There's always been and will always be stupid Jews who are more obsessed with being liked by their neighbors than living. J Street is a young hip organization that fits that description. Modern Day Kappos! Fuck you J Street!
J Street has been controversial since its inception, in part because of the role played in its creation and funding by supporters with a demonstrated record of hostility to Israel, including George Soros.
“New ‘Pro Israel, Pro Peace’ Political Group Launches,” Mother Jones, 4/15/08, http://motherjones.com/mojo/2008/04/new-pro-israel-pro-peace-political-group-launches-j-street-hopes-prod-washington-mideas
The Jerusalem Post reported that J Street’s Finance committee, a cohort of donors who have contributed at least $10,000 to the group – includes a number who also contribute to organizations hostile to Israel.
Lebanese-American businessman Richard Abdoo, is also a board member of Amideast and a former board member of the Arab American Institute, Genevieve Lynch, is also a member of the National Iranian American Council board.
Smaller donors included several leaders of Muslim student groups, Saudi- and Iranian-born Americans, and Palestinian- and Arab-American businessmen who also give to Arab-American PACs
“Muslims, Arabs among J Street donors,” Jerusalem Post, 8/14/09, http://www.jpost.com/Home/Article.aspx?id=151811
In October, more than a dozen Members of Congress – including both Democratic Senators from New York and every Republican save one, rescinded their initial agreement to serve on the host committee for J Street’s first conference.
"Gillibrand, Schumer, drop out of J Street conference," Ben Smith’s blog, Politico, 10/15/09, http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/1009/Gillibrand_Schumer_drop_out_of_J_Street_conference.html
“When Pro-Israel Is Not Very Pro-Israel,” Weekly Standard, 11/9/09, http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/017/146uqyjf.asp