The shocking wave of anti-Semitic attacks in recent weeks in Democrat-run cities and leftist college campuses across the United States have hardly scandalized the think tank progressives who are taking this opportunity to lecture the Jewish-Americans under assault about why it’s in their interest to remain unarmed. These are the same voices of the same political party, however, who promulgated the very failed policies that have engendered homeless encampments, moratoriums on arresting street criminals, public defecation in the street, and flagrant and open illegal drug use which have turned many US cities into the dangerous, lawless, filthy locales where it’s not surprising that the latest trend among the drug-addled and mentally disturbed should become Jew-hunting.Continue reading “THE SCIENCE OF KEEPING JEWISH-AMERICANS VULNERABLE”
Where does this leave Democratic Jews?
Hitler did not wake up one morning and decide to issue an order to murder the Jews of Germany. German Jews were well integrated and assimilated in Germany despite anti-Semitism. Neither the Nazis nor their ideology gained a majority among the German electorate prior to the Nazis seizure of power. In the last free German election, prior to the burning of the Reichstag, the Nazis lost votes.Continue reading “INSTITUTIONALIZING ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE HALLS OF CONGRESS”
Anti-Semitism is a politics of misdirected blame. Today its most frequent target is the state of Israel.
By Ruth Wisse
In the wake of the shooting in Pittsburgh, a volley of voices called for more of this or that—armed guards or gun control, barring the doors of synagogues, policing of fringe web platforms or resources for mental health. While President Trump denounced the shooting as “an evil anti-Semitic attack” and visited the grieving community, a sector of the media blamed the president for the incident, as it does for everything else. It was politics as usual.
A BALLROOM FOR THE DOOMED
By Annika Hernroth-Rothstein
My friend places a small piece of chocolate in front of me, wrapped in silver paper carrying a meticulously designed logo that reads “Annual conference against anti-Semitism.” This piece of chocolate is a perfect symbol of everything that has been driving me crazy for the last few years, and despite its nifty design, it makes me feel both angry and disheartened.
Continue reading “JEWS IN EUROPE FIND IT DIFFICULT TO BE JEWS – DO WE NEED ANOTHER CONFERENCE?”
The University of California, Los Angeles Graduate Student Association approved a resolution Wednesday calling those who do not support a pro-Palestine agenda “Islamophobic.”
Continue reading “UCLA STUDENTS WHO SUPPORT ISRAEL LABELED “ISLAMOPHOBES””
On March 27, speaking to the Sunday Times, former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams expressed his concern at rising levels of anti-Semitism on British university campuses. There are, he said, “worrying echoes” of Germany in the 1930s. Two days later, in The Times, Chris Bryant, the Shadow Leader of the House of Commons and a senior member of the British Labour party, warned that the political left was increasingly questioning the right of the state of Israel to exist, a view he called a “not too subtle form of anti-Semitism.”
Continue reading “ANTI-ZIONISM IS THE NEW ANTI-SEMITISM, SAYS BRITAIN’S EX-CHIEF RABBI”
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LARGEST U.S. PUBLIC UNIV. UNANIMOUSLY PASSES LANDMARK POLICY TO PROTECT JEWISH STUDENTS FROM RISING ANTI-SEMITISM
UC condemns anti-Semitism & anti-Semitic forms of anti-Zionism; 1st university to take this critical step