You Don’t Have To Be Jewish To Care About World Zionist Elections

Although “woke” and “progressive” blacks in the Democrat strongholds of New York and Jersey City murdered two Jews and viciously attacked some two dozen others in the last two weeks of December, the signs and rhetoric of Establishment Jewish organizers of the January 5  March Against Anti-Semitism in New York falsely blamed Trump and white Republicans!

After much thought, I agreed to be a candidate for the ZOA Coalition in this year’s elections for the World Zionist Organization (WZO).  I am doing this strictly as an individual, and not in connection with my position as Executive Director of

The World Zionist Organization was founded in 1897 to set up a Jewish Homeland in Israel. Israel was then a small portion of “Greater Palestine”, a large province in the Turkish Empire that also included Jordan, Gaza, and the “West Bank” (Judea and Samaria).

When Israel became an independent Jewish nation, the World Zionist Organization (WZO) continued to supervise and coordinate dozens of Jewish organizations around the world. Their common goals were to support Israel, promote Bible-based Jewish values, and defend Jews from hatred and persecution.

The World Zionist Organization is run by a 525 member Congress elected every five years. American Jews pick 152 of them.  Fifteen slates of candidates are running.

One well-funded and organized “progressive” slate claims that if elected, it will divert much needed funds away from some 750,000 Jews who now live in the Old City of Jerusalem and other Biblical and historically Jewish lands in Judea and Samaria. A leading member of that slate just had his photo taken kissing Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas at the UN–right after Abbas said he would keep paying cash bonuses to the families of terrorists who killed Jews! For years, I, like most members of my synagogue, automatically voted for another slate affiliated with our synagogue. Members of that slate were well-meaning Jews who focused mostly on religious issues. They served us well in normal times.  However, these are not normal times.  Jews around the world and in Israel are now living in a much more dangerous world. Today Jews, like Americans,  need leaders who are not afraid of conflict or criticism to do what is needed to protect us and keep our nation strong.

Although satire, this meme from the “Babylon Bee” describes how the “progressive” left has hijacked and ruined countless religious, civic, and charitable organizations in America.

The left has succeeded in hijacking many great institutions because not enough ordinary Americans, Jews and non-Jews, pay attention and get involved until it is too late.

The ZOA stands for Zionist Organization of America. It is led by Mort Klein of Philadelphia. It is made up of thousands of Jews throughout America who are paying attention and getting involved.

Our goal is to win this year’s 2020 WZO elections. We want the World Zionist Organization to continue to support Israel, promote Bible-based Jewish values, and defend Jews from attacks and persecution around the world.

If you are Jewish, live in the U.S. and are at least 18 years old and Jewish, you can vote. You are Jewish if you identify as a Jew. During the Holocaust, anyone with one Jewish grandparent was rounded up for being Jewish. You can vote if you pay the $7.50 voter registration fee and vote online in the WZO Election from January 21 to March 11, 2020.

If you you meet those requirements, please click here for

If you are eligible and support me, please vote for my “#11 ZOA Coalition” slate. Its full name is “ZOA Coalition: Zionist Organization of America (ZOA).   For details please Click Here for   Please also contact me if you have any questions or can work with me to reach others.

The election uses the same convoluted “proportional voting” system of Israel, France, and Iraq. Instead of voting directly for me as a candidate, you must vote for my slate. I am one of 152 candidates on that slate. Whether I am elected or not depends on the proportion of votes received by my slate.

If you are not Jewish and unable to vote yourself, please help by forwarding or sharing this message with your Jewish friends.

If you are a member of a church or fraternal group that is affiliated with regional, national, or international organization, I urge you to take a close look at who is running it, and how they are selected.  You may be surprised to find that the Left is trying to hijack them as well.   If so, find out how you can get involved to stop them.

This is a personal statement.  It is not made in my capacity as Executive Director of, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the organization or its members.  Please respond to my personal email set forth below.


Seth Grossman

453 Shore Road

Somers Point, NJ  08244

(609) 927-7333

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