Jewicidal Natalie Portman continues to shame her people. Anti-Jew Jews. These traitors have plagued the Jewish people from time immemorial. Here she trivializes the unfathomable slaughter of Nazi Germany.
She has become rather notorious for this kind of self-hatred. Back in April, Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman refused to accept the Genesis Prize, and her statements bordered on anti-Semitism. The Genesis Prize is given annually to a Jewish recipient who serves “as an inspiration to the next generation of Jews through their outstanding professional achievement along with their commitment to Jewish values and the Jewish people.” It was accompanied by a $2 million cash award that recipients may direct to charities of their choice.
She refused receive the prize because “[r]ecent events in Israel have been extremely distressing to her and she does not feel comfortable participating in any public events in Israel,” the foundation announced Thursday. It has canceled the award ceremony in June as a result.
The prize, known as the “Jewish Nobel,” has been awarded annually for five years. Portman was announced as the 2018 laureate in November for a prize that “honors individuals who serve as an inspiration to the next generation of Jews through their outstanding professional achievement along with their commitment to Jewish values and the Jewish people.”
Look who received the “Jewish Nobel.” The Jews are their own worst enemy.
Natalie Portman video for PETA compares animal treatment to Holocaust
Actress, animal rights group activist honors Isaac Bashevis Singer, a vegetarian and animal rights pioneer who wrote in a novel, ‘We do to God’s creatures what the Nazis did to us’
Actress Natalie Portman paid tribute to Nobel laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer and his concern for animal welfare in a film released by animal rights group PETA on Monday, in which she quoted a character from a Singer novel controversially comparing eating meat to Nazi-era atrocities.
In the video for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Portman quoted that narrator from Singer’s “Shosha” saying, “We do to God’s creatures what the Nazis did to us.”
Portman made headlines recently when she refused to accept the Genesis Prize Foundation award, nicknamed the “Jewish Nobel,” in Israel over political opposition to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s policies.
In the video, made for the 40th anniversary of Singer winning the Nobel Prize in Literature, Portman compared the Jewish author’s story to her own.
“Isaac Singer grew up in the same part of Poland as my family,” said Portman in the video. “And like them, he fled the horrors of the Holocaust. But the cruelties he witnessed made Singer one of the most powerful writers of the 20th century.”
Singer, who died in 1991, wrote many novels, several of which were made into movies, including “Enemies, a Love Story” and “Yentl the Yeshiva Boy,” which became the movie “Yentl” starring Barbra Streisand.
Portland said the heroes in Singer’s novels were ahead of their time, championing women’s issues, gay rights, and especially animal rights. She said he “articulated the plight of animals so boldly that the modern world couldn’t ignore him.”
“I did not become a vegetarian for my health,” she quoted from Singer. “I did it for the health of the chickens.”
The film clip ends with a final quote from Singer: “As long as people will shed the blood of innocent creatures there can be no peace, no liberty, no harmony. Slaughter and justice cannot dwell together.”
In 2009, a German court banned PETA from comparing meat eating to the Nazi slaughter of Jews, and forbade it to use photos of concentration camp inmates and other images of the Nazi genocide alongside photos of abused animals in a campaign it called Holocaust on your Plate.
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