The Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists - an activist group flying under religious cover in the East Bay settlement of Berkeley - continues to promote hatred towards Israel and her supporters.
Their compadres at The World Can't Wait sent out the following notice:
Sunday, February 21, 7 PM
END THE SIEGE! FREE GAZA ! A REPORT BACK ON THE GAZA FREEDOM MARCH WITH ALAN GOODMAN
Berkeley Fellowship Of Unitarian Universalists 1924 Cedar Street (At Bonita), Berkeley, CA Info: 510-684-8270
Alan Goodman, a participant in the Gaza Freedom March and a correspondent for Revolution newspaper, will give a report back on the Gaza Freedom March that took place on December 31, 2009 in Cairo. His slideshow-presentation illustrates and brings to life the critical situation for the people of Gaza one year after Israel's massacre. It highlights the importance of the Gaza Freedom March, in the struggle to break the siege of Gaza. This presentation paints a vivid picture of challenges in persevering with the mission of the March in Egypt after Egyptian authorities banned the marchers from going to Gaza - including a unique report on a major protest meeting of Egyptians to break the siege of Gaza......
Now, if you are worried about the ethics of publishing material from their mailing list, don't be. The same notice also said "Forward this email far and wide, and mark your calendar. And we'll see you there! P.S. World Can't Wait will be tabling at all these programs, so if you can volunteer to help, we welcome your email or call!"
You may consider this post a 'far and wide forwarding'.
NOTE: Despite their best efforts, the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists cannot possibly equal the sheer hatemongering of their night with Gilad Atzmon last year on June 8.
It was a charity performance on behalf of the Free Gaza and International Solidarity Movements, co-sponsored by Bay Area Women in Black.
I remember it well.
Tuesday, June 02, 2009
HATE: CHURCH SANCTIONED IN BERKELEY
The Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists (BFUU) plans to host notorious hate-monger Gilad Atzmon. The event in question will a be a charity performance on behalf of the Free Gaza and International Solidarity Movements, co-sponsored by Bay Area Women in Black.
Monday, June 08, 2009
ANTI-SEMITISM IN BERKELEY - THE BFUU AND GILAD ATZMON
"Throughout the centuries, Jewish bankers bought for themselves some real reputations of backers and financers of wars, and even one communist revolution. Though rich Jews had been happily financing wars using their assets... "
Tuesday, June 09, 2009
UNITARIANS, GILAD ATZMON, HAMAS FLAG? BERKELEY!
"After the Berkeley Unitarians had been made aware of the "controversial" nature of Gilad Atzmon's writings, they decided to go ahead with the planned event, claiming they had merely "contracted to rent the BFUU hall" for a "group the BFUU-SJC had supported before", namely the ISM (International Solidarity Movement). "
Tuesday, June 09, 2009
STEPHEN PEARCY AND JOSEPH ANDERSON AT THE BFUU
"Personally, I *EXULT* everytime I see an Israeli Jew bit the dust. And the same goes for their American cousins! EVERY SINGLE JEW EVERYWHERE IN THE WORLD is a just and appropriate target for anti-colonialist liberation! We need to start targeting *EVERY* synagogue, *EVERY* Jew community center, school and everywhere else that you racist devils preach and propogate your agenda."
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
MORE ABOUT GILAD ATZMON
"Questioning the holocaust and its meaning is what liberation of humanity means today and in the near future. "
"If the Palestinians are indeed the last victims of Hitler, then the holocaust and its meaning do belong to them more than anyone else."
It is worth remembering that the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists assert themselves as being equitable and openminded - in Berkeley that means an uncritical attitude towards bigotry, pro-terrorist ideologies, and hate.
Because, after all, those too are viewpoints.
Please direct any queries you may have to:
Berkeley Fellowship Of Unitarian Universalists
1924 Cedar Street (At Bonita), Berkeley, CA
I am sure they will be delighted at the chance to make their opinions known.
Or their assorted sincere feelings.
That, also, is part of religious outreach.