November 13, 2017
It is a funny thing that as the Jews attack us “anti-Semites” more aggressively than anyone has ever been attacked by anyone else, they are at the same time importing a bunch of brown people who literally want to slaughter them indiscriminately.
One would almost have to conclude that Jews are not especially concerned about being hated, generally. They appear to be specifically concerned about being hated by white people.
A left-leaning Canadian campus group admitted to using anti-Semitic attacks to remove a Jewish student from his student government position.
Noah Lew, a Jewish student at McGill University in Montreal, was re-nominated for a position on the Students’ Society of McGill University, or SSMU. But the college’s General Assembly rejected him after he was the target of a nasty, anti-Semitic smear campaign. The controversial vote was carried out without discussion.
“(About) 160 people voted no to a director only because he was Jewish,” the GA president said, “and the discontent seems to be coming from one issue that is political and has nothing to do with work performance.”
McGill has been criticized for anti-Semitism after BDS, the anti-Israel boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement, formed on campus. An off-shoot of that movement, Democratize SSMU, has admitted highlighting Lew’s Jewish identity to urge students to oppose him. The group claimed he was “actively harming Palestinian students” by letting his politics interfere with his leadership duties.
McGill’s principal, Suzanne Fortier, wrote in a statement that the university is addressing the “disturbing allegations of anti-Semitism.” She said the allegation will be thoroughly investigated and a task force and support line will be created for the campus community.
After the backlash, Democratize SSMU released a statement apologizing.
“The material in question has since been deleted, but for transparency’s sake we would like to apologize for the way in which an event created by this campaign was insensitive to anti-Semitic tropes of Jewish people as corrupt and politically powerful,” the statement said. “We thoroughly apologize for any harm that the statement caused. We want to validate that anti-Semitism is not acceptable anywhere, and is a real and toxic force in our society and on campus.”
Lew responded to the statement on Facebook.
“If BDS is not anti-Semitic,” he said, “why was I barred from participating in student government because of my Jewish identity?”
There is nothing more anti-Semitic than claiming that Jews are politically powerful.
After all: the most hateful racist statements are the ones that are obvious, objective fact.