Jewish Council for Racial Equality

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Existence 1976-present
Type Hate group, Jewish supremacism
Purpose An attack on the socio-economic, cultural and political interests of ethnic British people, directed by organised Jewry.
Location London, United Kingdom
Affiliation Trotskyite Unite Against Fascism
  Director   Edie Friedman

The Jewish Council for Racial Equality (also known as JCORE) is a Jews-only, Europhobic hate group in the United Kingdom.


Its primary political purpose is to promote multiculturalism, immigration and political correctness (also known as Cultural Marxism), in contrast to the material, social and cultural interests of the indigenous European majority. Racially exclusive itself (critical theory commissars have dictated that natives can't organise along such lines), JCORE attempts to divert attention away from the crimes of international Zionism by collaborating with a sub-section of other extraeuropean neo-colonial groups and Trotskyist extremists such as the SWP's UAF.

Since 1991, every six-weeks it has participated in the ethnocentric Black-Jewish-Asian Forum. JCORE is active in what claims is countering "popular misconceptions" (ie - the viewpoint of most indigenous people) about mass immigration and supposed asylum seekers. For instance, Friedman has used the conflict in Darfur to suggest that they should be allowed to travel through numerous safe havens and settle in over-crowded Britain. Friedman has yet to suggest that her proposal be put before the indigenous in an open referendum.

JCORE founded as colonial apparatus

The organisation was founded as the Jewish Social Responsibility Council by Edie Friedman in 1976. Friedman was a student radical in Chicago during the 1960s, claiming to have been inspired by the "civil rights" and "peace movements" in the United States at the time. This translates in plain speech to the fact that, like any good communist, she agitated against the Vietnam War[1] and was involved in assisting the Black Panthers, a black Maoist group.[1] She invaded the United Kingdom, involving herself with "community relations" councils in Leeds. She wrote various articles, proposing doctrines of "anti-racism" and "racial equality" be enforced in children's school education programs.

Jewish attempt to manipulate immigrants

In the United States, where Friedman originated, a situation of hostility developed between Jewry and blacks. This is because Jewry regarded the blacks as potential tools to be used, as useful idiots in a movement to destroy and enslave Americans under Jewish Bolshevism. An organisation was founded called the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) in Baltimore, Maryland during 1909. Despite its name, the organisation was a red front, founded by the Jew, Dr Henry Moscowitz born in Germany.[2] When the blacks in the United States attempted to lead themselves through men such as Marcus Garvey and Louis Farrakhan, figuring out what the control freak Jews were attempting to do and started to question the historical role of Jews in the slave trade, the Black-Jewish alliance broke down.[3][4]

Friedman, attempting to avoid such a situation developing in the United Kingdom, began a similar process to try and control blacks and non-British groups, undermining the majority for the aims of Jewish supremacism. For instance, in 1991, JCORE created the Black-Jewish-Asian Forum which meets every six-weeks and excludes native Europeans. Her attempt to control "Asians" (ie - Mohammedans from the Indian Subcontinent) has proven less successful because of the war crimes the Jews in Israel have and are commiting against Mohammedans in Palestine and Lebanon. As well as fraudster "Lord" Levy's alleged involvement in pushing the United Kingdom into the Iraq War.[5][6] None the less, in 1998, JCORE and Friedman was involved in creating the Black-Jewish Forum History Project, a patronising attempt to control blacks through a supposed "shared history of anti-racism and anti-fascism", code for Europhobia and Trotskyism.[7]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Edie Friedman recalls the political lessons of a conflict within her college sorority in the 1960s. Jewish Quarterly. Retrieved on 17 June 2010.
  2. Why Jews support Black causes - Interview with Kevin MacDonald PhD. Real Zionist News. Retrieved on 17 June 2010.
  3. Black-Jewish Relations. PBS. Retrieved on 17 June 2010.
  4. As MLK Day Approaches, Some Question State of Black-Jewish Ties. Retrieved on 17 June 2010.
  5. Lord Levy on terror alert after home attack. Retrieved on 17 June 2010.
  6. Is Britain Under Zionist Control?. Spearhead. Retrieved on 17 June 2010.
  7. The Black Jewish Forum History Project. Casbah. Retrieved on 17 June 2010.