Activists Rally for Israel in New Orleans

The following is the promotional video for the New Orleans-area pro-Israel event “Declare Your Freedom 2.0,” hosted by Allies of Israel (University of New Orleans) and Tulane United For Israel. The event will be held at 12 p.m. at Tulane University on March 30, 2014. Featured in the video is “Allies of Israel” founder and president Chloe Valdary, who was recently interviewed by FrontPage Magazine:

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  • 1600PaAveNeedsFumigation

    Good for NO, NYC has had many huge pro-Israel rallies, as a non-Jewish, Tea Partyer I was proud, and will be to always stand in solidarity w/ my body & words.

  • StanleyT

    This incredible young woman is doing more for Israel than just about any Jew in America. On behalf of us all, thank you Chloe Valdary.

  • Reuven

    Yes, thank you Chloe Valdary!

  • Tradecraft46

    It makes people feel good, but it will make no difference, ever.

    • Atikva

      You don’t know that. Only one thing is an absolute guarantee that nothing will ever change: when no one does anything to bring the change.

      This young woman is a perfect contrast to the tantrum thrower Danielle Dimacali at UCLA: intelligent, poised, forceful and lucid. The South is definitely well above Yankee land when it comes to grasping reality.

      • Tradecraft46

        If it makes you feel good, fine. Some believe that God needs them to help Him make the world. I think that is very arrogant.

        Shame no one is making odds, but I think it will do nothing, and at best she is preaching to the choir. It is just a numbers game, and Dimacali has the numbers at least locally, and in the press.

        It is very narcissistic to believe so much in the power of words. May be you are right, but I don’t think it will make a difference to anyone for whom it does not make a difference now.

        • Atikva

          What I consider arrogant is to think that God will condescend to work alone to achieve His goal. As usual, He will use us as His tools toward that end. We will do His bidding, even if we don’t realize that we are doing just that.

          No deed, good or bad, is in vain. Whatever its outcome, it is logged in the book for all eternity. Ms. Valdary is fighting for the truth, kudos to her.

          • Tradecraft46

            What you are pushing is pure superstition: the Aztecs believed the gods needed them to keep the sun and other things moving. How is thinking that god would work alone is arrogant: none of us knows for sure, but perhaps you are one of the chosen who does.

            In the first paragraph you change from directing god to enabling him being docile to his will, which is it?

            The biggest problem is when you think that you know his will. When that happens people believe the end justifies the means, just as in Marxist.

            You seem to want to eat the Shew Bread and have it too. Again your arrogance astounds. I hate to think what you would do if you had the power to kill in god’s name because I am sure you would.

          • ahad_ha_amoratsim

            So speaking out against lies and hatred is on a par with telling G-d what to do, claiming to know G-d’s will, and willingness to slaughter innocent people. Quite a little phobia you have there.

          • Tradecraft46

            A better course of action is to see it as it is and walk away. Hatred creates hatred in return.

            I wish you could make some sense. I have never claimed to know anything about god or gods. People who claim to murder for fun.

        • tickletik

          The here are some more words for you, they were said long ago by a plucky red haired Judean who stood against the cruel champion of another cruel enemy that thought that might makes right and all power is in the hands of man.

          “You come to me with a sword, a spear, and a javelin, but I come to you in the name of the LORD of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have taunted.

          This day the LORD will deliver you up into my hands, and I will strike you down and remove your head from you. And I will give the dead bodies of the army of the Philistines this day to the birds of the sky and the wild beasts of the earth, that all the earth may know that there is a God in Israel!”

        • ahad_ha_amoratsim

          Some people think that because G-d runs the world, they can sit back and make no effort. That’s a huge mistake, and one that we were warned against.

        • StanleyT

          G0d does not NEED us to help Him make the world. He WANTS us to perfect ourselves and thereby perfect the world. This is one of the primary beliefs of Judaism and explains the purpose of our existence.

  • Nan

    Good work, Chloe. This new holocaust was foretold in the Bible for the end times. Look up Endtimes Ministries and Ted Baxter. He is striving to open a Jerusalem Prophesy College in Israel. He’s a brilliant man. I stand with Israel and I believe that God will protect them through people like Chloe.

  • kilfincelt

    This young lady is very brave. I hope a lot of people attend this event.

    As for those who would deny the Holocaust, one need only go to the Holocaust Museum in D.C. to learn the truth. Furthermore, many of the soldiers who fought in Europe during WWII saw one or more of the concentration camps. Hopefully, many of their stories have been preserved either there or in the WWII Museum in New Orleans as well as passed down to the next generations. I know that my father saw one that was empty but was so upset by what he saw that he wouldn’t admit to having seen one until 25 years after the war ended. I will be passing this story on to my nieces and their children.

    We all need to realize that deniers have agendas and those agendas can only lead to more death and destruction.

  • vnamvet1969

    The Jewish people are the most feared on earth. Why else do nations try to destroy them, and persecute them at every chance? Yet they are still here. A tiny nation in a sea of desert and fanatical Islam and they are still here. Is it because the Bible says that they are God’s chosen people that they are so hated?

  • The Facts

      dickie silverstein???? Mrs. Doubtfire?


    • StanleyT

      Isn’t it amazing how you can always find a Jew-in-name-only prepared to trash anyone who speaks up for Israel? And what are his criticism? That Ms. Valdary may have advertised some participants who may not attend?

      There’s a certain kind of sickness that affects people like Silverstein, and it appears to have spread to you.

      • The Facts

        Yeah. Thinkforyourselfosis.

        • reader

          There’s definite comradery between schizo nazis and schizo kapok. Kumbaya.

          • reader


          • The Facts

            We’re only kapos if your mind is stuck in a concentration camp. That’s a striking admission on your part.

          • republicc

            Sorry, but the first thing the resistance did in the Warsaw Ghetto uprising was kill all the kapos.

          • The Facts

            And then they won, right?

        • Andy_Lewis

          Smells more like halitosis.

  • Vicki S

    she is very brave, especially voicing these opinions

  • Reese

    She’s my hero. I want to help her. I’ve been trying to spread this message for years. Please let me know how I can partner with her.

  • winston

    They whould make it a joint Pro-Israeli & Palestine event, -if it was actually about peace. Let’s face it, Israel doesnt need as much help as her mostly poor and
    generally abused, Palestinian neighbors. It is sad and shameful that they use Nazi footage for such propaganda. Lots of people would compare Israel blowing up an apt building to kill a ‘terrorist,’ shooting white phosphorus into residential areas, illegal military incursions, occupations, checkpoints, ‘Israeli Only’ roads, ethnic cleansing, illegal settlements, blockades, collective punishments.. -as indistinguishable from some of what the Nazis did. Dont confuse legitimate criticism of state crimes with antisemitism; one has nothing to do with the other.