GoFundMe confirmed Thursday it removed fundraisers created on its site in support of Kyle Rittenhouse, a teen arrested for murder following a deadly shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin. ...Here is his statement. He appears to be innocent.
A campaign for Mr. Rittenhouse created on rival crowdfunding site Fundly raised more than $50,000 within several hours Wednesday, meanwhile, but subsequently disappeared as well.
The bias against the teen is not just at funding sites. All of the mainstream media is naming him, even tho they do not usually name a 17-year-old boy. There is a leftist war on American society.
Meanwhile, there is a GoFundMe page for Joseph Rosenbaum. See this article for what a horrible person he was. This says that he was from a non-practicing Jewish family, although it doesn't explain why he would attend a BLM rally and shout anti-Black racial slurs.
I am not sure what the point is in saying that Rosenbaum was from a non-praciticing Jewish family. The NY Times, CNN, and much of the news media is run by non-practicing Jews. The orthodox Jews don't go around rioting and trying to destabilize civilization, as far as I know. George Soros is a non-practicing Jew.
The Times of Israel reports:
Over 600 Jewish organizations, representing the majority of American Jews, signed a letter in support of the Black Lives Matter movement that was published in a full-page New York Times ad on Friday. ... The 627 groups that signed the letter included the Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist denominational movements, which make up 35 percent, 18% and 1% of American Jewry, respectively, according to a 2013 Pew Research Center study.I guess some orthodox groups did not sign. The point of the ad is to say that Jews "speak with one voice" on matters such as claiming that the police murdered George Floyd, and accusing non-Jewish Whites of systemic racism.
The list also includes several Orthodox groups such as the Uri L’Tzedek social justice organization and Yaffed, an advocacy group that seeks to improve secular education in Hasidic schools. The 627 groups that signed the letter included the Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist denominational movements, which make up 35 percent, 18% and 1% of American Jewry, respectively, according to a 2013 Pew Research Center study.
The list also includes several Orthodox groups such as the Uri L’Tzedek social justice organization and Yaffed, an advocacy group that seeks to improve secular education in Hasidic schools.
A group of Jewish activists penned the letter and first posted it on the publishing platform Medium on June 25, against the backdrop of nationwide protests that erupted following the police killing of George Floyd in late May.Okay, it is anti-Semitic to say that BLM is being manipulated by Globalist and Marxist Jews, because it is actually being manipulated by a large swath of Jewish groups.
It garnered the backing of over 400 organizations within its first 48 hours, according to Audrey Sasson, the executive director of Jews for Racial and Economic Justice.
“We were starting to see the far-right concoct conspiracy theories that Black Lives Matter was being manipulated by Globalists and Marxists in an anti-Semitic attempt to undermine the Black-led movement,” Sasson said. “This brought an opportunity to unequivocally state as a large swath of Jewish community organizations that we stand behind Black Lives Matter and that any attempt to divide that movement will not land.”