Jewish War on Free SpeechFrom the free-thinking astute blog of "Semitic Controversies!"
We begin this week’s edition of Jewish War on Free Speech with the news that the Israeli Ministry for Diaspora Affairs has released a new system for tracking arbitrarily designated ‘anti-Semitic’ posts and material on both social media and the wider internet.
The fact that this is an overt attack on free speech and the concept of the Socratic dialogue itself by the jewish state on behalf of international jewry has passed people largely by. This is largely because jews are engaging in the sheer chutzpah of claiming that jews feel so scared in of Judeophobia in a society that measures virtue by how Judeophilic an individual or organisation is.
Good examples of this are the alarmist statements about ‘rising levels of anti-Semitism’ that have come out of Canada, Germany and Lithuania this week. While Rabbi Andrew Baker has discretely been reappointed to a role in the powerful inter-governmental organization ‘Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe’ (or OSCE) where his job is to stamp out both anti-Semitism and anti-Semites.
Just how wide this definition of ‘anti-Semitism’ is and how practically anyone who doesn’t have a wholly positive view of jews, Judaism and/or Israel is now an ‘anti-Semite’ is patently obvious when one but notes that this week alone. It has been declared by jews and/or pro-Israel organizations that:
Running against a jew in an election is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Refusing to be interviewed by a jew is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Criticising a jew is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Having an opinion is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Waving a flag is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Attending a Roman Catholic Mass is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Having the wrong Christian Bible is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Recording a private celebration is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Supporting the Palestinian people is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Holding an election on a Jewish holiday is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Calling a jew ‘pro-Israel’ is ‘anti-Semitic’.
- Not doing whatever Israel wants is ‘anti-Semitic’.
Thus when we read about ‘anti-Israel boycott’ legislation or ‘standardised definitions of anti-Semitism’ – as has been argued for again by the Times of Israel this week – what we should understand by that is an attempt to silence any and all critics of jews, Judaism and Israel. Therefore we read with concern that jews are pushing such legislation in the state of Florida, while similar legislation has failed this week in South Carolina and been blocked by a federal judge in Kansas.
The result of such legislation has been aptly demonstrated in Hungary this week where a political march was cancelled simply because the jews objected to it. (1)
Oh and if you dare question your jewish masters then you clearly need more ‘Holocaust’ education!
Just thought I'd throw this in!