By Name Witheld
This letter is addressed to the people of the American Revolutionary Nationalist Nuclei, A.R.N.N.
On Sept. 1 , a pamphlet was put on my car on campus describing the views of the A.R.N.N. I am an American who thoroughly believes in the Constitution of the United States just as the A.R.N.N. professes to do. I believe the A.R.N.N. has a right to express its opinion. During this letter I will give my own opinion about their views.
This pamphlet states:
"It should be clear to all sane adults that Americans are being used to prop up the Judeo-militarist colony of Israel...It is clear that the Zionists in no way plan to change their criminal behavior either here in American or abroad. It is equally clear that they have thoroughly infiltrated the government at all levels in this country and mean to treat American citizens in this exact same manner as they so brutally treat the indigenous people of Palestine."
Concerning this passage I would like to make a point. I am a Jew. I have never even heard of a Judeo-militarist colony, let along belong to it. I have never been to Israel, and many of my Jewish friends have not either. As for criminal behavior, the worst thing I have ever done is get a speeding ticket. Finally, the disagreements in Palestine are about land and its ownership. Jews in America want to own land just like everyone else. It is the American dream, not a Jewish conspiracy.
The Constitution clearly states in the first amendment: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof..." Jewish Americans are granted these rights too.
The A.R.N.N. writes, "We are American in the truest sense of the word. We acknowledge the United States Constitution as our guide and Supreme law." I say to you, the A.R.N.N., prove that you are American in the truest sense of the word. Think about how you contradict yourself when you speak of the Constitution and then about Jews. Discontinue your ridiculous beliefs about Jews. We are not out to get you.
Name withheld at author's request