Friday, May 03, 2024

Jews try to Censor Criticism

AP reports:
The House passed legislation Wednesday that would establish a broader definition of antisemitism for the Department of Education to enforce anti-discrimination laws, the latest response from lawmakers to a nationwide student protest movement over the Israel-Hamas war.

The proposal, which passed 320-91 with some bipartisan support, would codify the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of antisemitism in Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a federal anti-discrimination law that bars discrimination based on shared ancestry, ethnic characteristics or national origin. It now goes to the Senate where its fate is uncertain.

Under the new law, it will be illegal to say the Jews killed Jesus, or to say Israel is like Nazi Germany, or to refer to Jewish control of finance and entertainment and government, or to say the Jews exaggerate the Jewish Holocaust, or to hold Israel to a double standard.

Yes, I hold Israel to a double standard. I expect them to be better than the surrounding Moslem Arab countries. I guess that puts me in violation of this proposed law.

Jews are always crying about imaginary anti-semitism. They want us to believe that they are a persecuted minority, deserving of special privileges. They and the Dmocrats have pushed for DEI favors as a way of punishing White Christians. Now they are discovering that they do not qualify for DEI privileges, and they created a monster. They have imported foreigners who hate the Jews, and it is the biggest story in years on college campuses.

I would be all in favor of making sure that Jews are protected from rioters at colleges. But no, they try to censor our opinions. Jews are the chief cause of censorship in the USA today.

Apparently very few criticisms of Jews are allowed. We can criticize the Gaza atrocities, as long as we do not call Israelis Nazis.

1 comment:

CFT said...

Oh gee, it's sooooo hard to know what criticism is these days... like how could one possibly differentiate the difference between the following two statements:

A. Criticising funding Israel ---> A OK. This is a policy decision that affects everyone in the country, and we all have a right to weigh in on what our nation spends money on or supports militarily, to say otherwise is to indicate our government tells us what our opinions are.
Jews are not excluded from critique however much they might find it convenient, sorry charlie.

B. Advocating genocide a la (from the river to the sea), or squatting in buildings that don't belong to you and making demands and threats with other people' money ----> Not OK. This is advocating violence or death to an entire group of people, which is very bad business not to mention a little old fashioned thing called 'evil', and you doing it on someone else's dime and property is wrong and ridiculous.

Colleges have it easy:
You do not get to disrupt the campus (which customers are paying a lot of money for) to have your say, and you make NO DEMANDS of anyone, it isn't your place or property. Political activism is to be kept strictly confined to designated areas, there will be no violence, mindless chanting, or threats, and failure to comply will mean EXPULSION and criminal charges filed. Simple. You can't pull this crap in a crowded stadium without being arrested and charged, why is it OK in a place of higher learning?

Once again, college kids are the least qualified or informed of anyone of barely adult age to be complaining about anything other than their own skins. You want to protest getting drafted into dying in a mindless war, sure. You want to weigh in on socioeconomic policy and societal norms after a couple of semesters when you are barely out of puberty and before you have even paid taxes, forget it.

“Every year, many, many stupid people graduate from college. And if they can do it, so can you.”
-John Green

“Some people get an education without going to college. The rest get it after they get out.”
-Mark Twain