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intentions of the government
will be its willingness and
ability to immediately in-
stitute reforms in certain
areas in which there is
general agreement: A
minimal concession to the Or-
thodox and the ultra-
Orthodox who want to join; a
change in the system of elec-
tions; a drastic reduction in
the size of the Cabinet and in
its intervention in the
economy."

Poppa Quayle's
Anti-Semitic
Reading Habits

Whether the sins of the
fathers should be visited upon
their sons is a question with
which sages have struggled
for eons. But it certainly is a
curiosity — political,
hereditary and otherwise —
that James C. Quayle, the
father of our vice-president-
elect, is not only a great fan
of the John Birch Society, but
also a reader of the virulent-
ly anti-Semitic monthly
magazine, The National

Educator.
Poppa Quayle's reading
habits were revealed in the
"Beltway Bandits" column in
The Nation magazine. Co-
columnists David Corn and
Jefferson Morley called The
National Educator "a bizarre
rag. In October, the magazine
observed that the Democrats
have been 'firmly committed
to the Moscow wing of the
Communist Party since 1933
and the Republicans 'firmly
committed to the Trotskyite
wing of the Communist Par-
ty, headquartered in Tel
Aviv."
In a telephone interview
with The Jewish News, David
Corn said The National
Educator is for "populist John
Birch Society-types who are
completely paranoid. They
hate Jews and homosexuals
and believe the Russians blew
up the space shuttle."
Recent issues of The Na-
tional Educatorsaid Corn,
have had ads for Spotlight
magazine, which is published
by the anti-Semitic Liberty
Lobby, and for the Interna-
tional Historical Review,
which attempts to prove that
the Holocaust never occurred.
In September, a National
Educator article alleged that
Edward Meese, who had then
just resigned as attorney
general, had been "a victim of
Zionist fury" over the stiff
sentences the given to
Jonathan and Anne Pollard
for spying for Israel.
The National Educator
recently gave a rave review to
a book by a Dr. Raymond Jur-
jevich which claimed that the
United States was "a totali-

tarian state where the rings
of power are held by Jews."
Jurjevich also charged that
the B'nai B'rith had been
formed in 1843 with the ex-
press purpose of controlling
the U.S. news media. This
goal, he said, was essentially
achieved in 1893.
And a recent National
Educator article reported that
"Americans are despised all
over the world because we
have come in as conquerors to
impose. . . the Jewish goals of
universal slavery on the rest
of the world .. .
"No nation can predict
when we will hurl atomic
weapons at them to satisfy
the Jewish blood lust and
desire for more sacrificial vic-
tims. The hundred million
victims of the Jews during
World War II, sacrificed on
the golden altars of the
Rothschild central banking
system, only whetted their
appetite. They want one
billion victims in the next
wars. Throughout the world,
billions of people are trembl-
ing, wondering whether the
Americans will launch their
next Jewish terror bombing
on their peaceful cities. . ."

Is Israel
Being Isolated?

Recent talks between Pales-
tinian Liberation Organiza-
tion chairman Yassir Arafat
and Egyptian president
Hosni Mubarak were nothing
more than the latest effort by
the Arab world to isolate
Israel, stated an editorial in
the Isragl daily, Hatzofeh.
Isolating Israel "is not a
new [Arab] strategy," said the
editors. Arabs have been try-
ing to isolate Israel "since the
beginning of the Arab-Israeli
struggle" by using "their ad-
vantage" in the United Na-
tions and "their influence in
the world."
But, "to date," wrote the
editors, "this pressure has
been to no avail." Pressure did
not produce the Israel-
Egyptian peace accords, they
said, "but meaningful negoti-
ations, with Anwar Sadat's
visit to Jerusalem at their
focus. This is what the Egyp-
tians should have learned
from their experience, but it
appears that they do not wish
to learn."
"A situation has been
created today in which most
of the world's countries want
to adhere to slogans concern-
ing the granting of in-
dependence to a populace,
even at the expense of others.
These countries have not con-
sidered what Israel must take
into account. The conse-
quence does not concern
them . . ."

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