I know, and this will be easy to demonstrate. The point is that this will out them. The very act of renouncing Israeli citizenship will show how many of (((them))) made religious pilgrimages there and got it automatically, and how they could easily be embraced there again, so even renouncing it is effectively meaningless.
Opinions like yours are what I will want to hear once they begin doing token renunciations.
Getting them out of congress isn't useless. Forcing them to publicly renounce to stay in congress isn't useless.
You're missing the point, the Australian thing wasn't about Jews, it was largely about Brits. But we can use it as a precedent to show that it isn't inherently anti-Semetic to ban dual citizens from running for office.
The value isn't in removing their citizenship, but rather the news coverage in response to doing it, like when Ted Cruz renounced his Canadian citizenship. Also the kvetching from those who don't want to give it up. We will get SOURCES, and be able to make LISTS of ex-Israeli citizens. The point is that people will become AWARE.
It's probably harder to regain Russian citizenship, for example, than Israeli, yet what do you think awareness of being an ex-Russian does to someone's political aspirations? It becomes a talking point. Being an ex-Israeli will also become a talking point.
People will begin to wonder: why did these people not renounce their foreign citizenship until they were FORCED to? Why didn't they do so voluntarily like Ted Cruz?
Banning dual citizens isn't a prophylactic against Jews, nobody's arguing that. But it would serve as a tool to out those who became Israeli citizens, which also outs the issue of how easy it is for Jews to become Israelis at any moment via ROR so you can never trust them. Even those who never pilgrimaged there and got it already.
Not sure, but as you can see it's still having an influence up til 10 months ago. Can someone point out to me any Jewish politicians in Australia who have pilgrimaged to Israel?
YUP, and you should MEME the hell out of that. We should pressure them into renouncing (they think this will help them) but all they have done is outed themself as Jews. We then hold up a candle and compare them to people who have renounced other citizenships (like Cruz and Canada) and how it is much harder for people to regain them.
Cruz is "ex-Canadian" and we can then refer to all the renounced Jews as "ex-Israeli". Then we can refer to "ex-Russians" so so on, meme them as covert Russians, etc. Have people understand the concept of a cryptoRussian so they are prepared to understand the concept of a cryptoJew.
Good, LET them do that. That's still a win for us, because it will serve as yet more evidence of the double standards they have for themselves vs the goyim.
Nope, and we must make Americans aware of this, and how HOLLOW the gesture is for a Jew to renounce his Israeli citizenship, or for a Jew to not have gotten it yet. All Jews are potential-Israelis, and going through this process will provide material to educate the public.