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American taxpayers forced to subsidize pension plan for wealthy leftists


According to the Jewish Telegraph Association and the Jewish Daily Forward, the US taxpayers are now subsidizing the B’nai B’rith pension plan. While touted as a “Jewish organization,” B’nai B’rith is first and foremost a radical left-wing political organization. It is also the parent organization of the Anti-Defamation League[ADL], a radical far-left group. The ADL is a leading advocate of censorship and the group that spearheaded the failed effort to keep Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ out of theaters. According to charity watchdog groups, the ADL has an annual budget of over $50 million, and it’s leader Abe Foxman is one of the highest paid “not for profit” executives in the nation. The ADL is also the leading Holocaust denial organization in the country. They were the most high profile group that opposed congressional recognition of the Christian holocaust in Turkey. They have also acted as apologists for Joseph Stalin and opposed recognition of the Ukrainian Holomodore as genocide.

The US government has taken over B’nai B’rith’s pension plan because it is unsustainable. Social Security and Medicare are also unsustainable. Why should the taxpayers’ subsidize a private organization, especially one who’s views are so far outside of the mainstream? In Canada, B’nai B’rith has admitted to working with a notorious violent criminal Marxist gang known as the ARA.

In 2011, B’nai B’rith took in almost $9.7 million, but spent $4.3 million on administrative costs. The group is $13.5 million in debt. The executive vice president receives a base salary of $338k.

According to Charity Navigator. The ADL took in $58 million in 2010. They spent over $8 million on administrative costs. They have $116 million in assets. The president, Abraham Foxman, receives a base salary of $621k. The ADL has more than enough money to shore up the pension plan. Many believe that the ADL has founded to protect ethnic Jewish organized crime syndicates in Chicago and New York City, by denouncing police as “antisemites.” The present day ADL can hardly be called a Jewish “religious group.” It is an extreme left-wing group run by people who are Jewish. The ADL routinely denounces it’s critics as “antisemites” as a shield against very legitimate criticism.

Hillel is a left-wing student group founded by B’nai B’rith. In 2011, it took in $27.4 million. The group has $31.9 million in assets  The president receives a base salary of $306k. Hillel has more than enough money to secure the B’nai B’rith pension plan.

B’nai B’rith has other children. But the combined assets of just it’s two largest children is nearly $150. According to the information provided by the JTA, only a small fraction of that is needed to secure the B’nai B’rith pension plan.

Why is the US government subsidizing the pension plans of private organization, when the US government is completely insolvent itself???

What’s next? Will the US taxpayers have to subsidize the lucrative pensions of former Newsweek magazine employees?