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Ken’s speech at the Celebrate Israel Parade in New York City



On June 3, 2018, SaveTheWest.com founder and president Ken Abramowitz spoke at the Celebrate Israel Parade in New York City.  In his speech, Ken addressed:

  • The psychology of winning — meaning, accepting nothing less than complete victory in whatever realm in which one competes
  • His belief that President Trump and Prime Minister Netanyahu operate according to this psychology, regarding Israel
  • The fact that victories do not happen automatically or by accident, which is why Israel supporters need to be vigilant every day

More notes from Ken on this event

“I was honored to meet hero of Western civilization, Jon Voight, at rally after Israel Day parade in NYC. Though now 80, he tirelessly speaks on behalf of Jewish and general American events as a “rational centrist,” full of common sense and passion for the forces of good, against the forces of evil. May he live till 120!”

“I was also happy to see “Fox & Friends” hero Pete Hegseth backstage before each of us spoke to eager crowd of 4,000. I’ve joined Pete in Israel twice on fact-finding missions. He is quick and enthusiastic learner, who internalizes key issues. An eloquent supporter of Israel and America, he brings his great talents to Fox audiences. Keep learning, and speaking out, Pete!!”


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Jon Sutz was the Consulting Editor & Videographer of SaveTheWest.com from 2014 through August 2020. Jon is a liberty-oriented multimedia graphic designer, writer and creative consultant, based in Charlottesville, VA (jonsutz.com). Most recently, Jon authored his first book, about the dog that helped to save his life after 9/11, "Saved By Shayna: Life Lessons From A Miracle Dog," and is creating an activism campaign to help prevent dogs from suffering in hot cars: HeatKills.org.