Ben Garrison’s cartoon shows left-wing Jewish philanthropist George Soros pulling the strings of (then-National Security Advisor H.R.) McMaster
“Following the revolting tweet, featuring anti-Semitic language from the 1930s, of the secretary general of The Republicans,” he wrote.
Do these look like Jews who control the weather?
Councilman Trayon White claimed during a snowstorm that “the Rothschilds [are] controlling the climate to create natural disasters.”
“Girasol,” built by Benjamin de Rothschild, is situated on St. Bart’s and has a private beach and coconut grove.
Millions of dollars worth of prized art and objects once stolen by the Nazis and later forcibly relinquished to the Austrian government was donated to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
Patronage and aesthetic sensibility are hallmarks of the modern Jew. The philanthropy of people like Leonard Lauder and Michael Steinhardt is part of an enduring tradition.
Scores were arrested in Tel Aviv as thousands filled the streets for a new round of social justice protests. Were police prepared for the demonstration?
Edmund de Waal, a British artist and the son of a clergyman of the Church of England, knew he was missing a vital part of himself, but he wasn’t sure what it was. A middle-aged married father of three, he had spent his adult life ensconced in his London studio, where he made thousands of porcelain pots in various shades of white, some of them lidded and others not, many of them marred by imperfections of one sort or another. His work was melancholy, and emanated an energy both compelling and disturbing. Perhaps de Waal was simply trying to make sense of an ancient tragedy that was part of his heritage. Regardless, a better understanding of himself was part of his mission.
Just over a year ago, Kaddish was recited over the grave of French Jewish film director and producer Claude Berri at the suburban Bagneux Cemetery, known for its large Jewish section. More up-to-date recognition is overdue, and Berri’s longtime companion, the glamorous French Jewish novelist Nathalie Rheims, recently produced a memoir, “Claude” from Editions Léo Scheer in Paris, to provide such a tribute.