Liberal Colleges and Universities are a safe space for Jew-hatred

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  1. American_Jihad
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    It's where they indoctrinate your children to the progressive libtart mind set...
    Targeting Jews in the Ivory Sewer
    A safe space for Jew-hatred.
    April 15, 2016
    Kenneth Levin
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    Reports of anti-Semitic acts on American campuses suggest that the nation’s universities and colleges are likely today the chief institutional repository of anti-Semitism in the United States.

    As one recent study notes: “A survey of U.S. Jewish college students by Trinity College and the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law revealed that 54% of surveyed students reported experiencing or witnessing instances of anti-Semitism on campus during the first six months of the 2013-2014 academic year. Another survey by Brandeis University in the spring of 2015 found that three-quarters of North American Jewish college student respondents had been exposed to anti-Semitic rhetoric...”

    The same study also notes that, in addition to encountering anti-Semitic rhetoric, Jewish students have been the targets of “physical assault, harassment, destruction of property, discrimination and suppression of speech.” The Brandeis University survey found that “one-third of students... reported having been harassed because they were Jewish.”

    The study citing these data was conducted by the AMCHA Initiative, and AMCHA Initiative’s own findings appear in the organization’s “Report on Anti-Semitic Activity in 2015 at U.S. Colleges and Universities With the Largest Jewish Undergraduate Populations.” The AMCHA Initiative report looks more particularly at the strong correlation between the presence of anti-Israel groups such as Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) on campuses, as well as anti-Israel activity such as that of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, and campus anti-Semitism.

    The correlation is hardly surprising, since much of SJP’s activities on campus - including the agenda of SJP guest speakers at events underwritten by colleges and universities - consists of demonizing Israel, denying Jewish history and Jews’ right to national self-determination, and advocating for anti-Israel entities such as HAMAS, which explicitly calls not only for the annihilation of Israel but for the murder of all Jews. The BDS movement likewise seeks to delegitimize and undermine Israel’s existence and grossly distorts the history of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and leading BDS supporters have acknowledged that the movement’s ultimate goal is the dissolution of the Jewish state.

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    The current low state of American academics, again particularly in much of the social sciences and humanities, and the ethical failings of campus administrators, the conditions that have rendered campuses a safe space for anti-Semitism, have evolved over decades, and the pattern will not be reversed and the rot dissipated in short order. But it is the obligation of parents and others not to be daunted by the challenge but rather to take whatever measures they can to reverse the noxious patterns that have turned so much of academia into an ivory sewer.

    Targeting Jews in the Ivory Sewer
     
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    Indeed it all started when the Soviet Union was the second country to endorse the state of Israel. The Soviets believed that the Jewish state would endorse Marxism as so many Soviet Jews had upon the formation of the Soviet Union. Leftist academics in the US agreed in typical lockstep with their Stalinite hero's. When a Jewish Communist paradise didn't come to fruition, and the Soviets turned on the state of Israel for failure to adopt their model, the academic left turned with them in lockstep once more. Since then, the radical academic left has continued to bash Israel in support of these organizations (take note of their ideology).

    Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Palestinian Popular Struggle Front - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Popular Revolutionary Front for the Liberation of Palestine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Arab Socialist Action Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The old left who supported Palestinian organizations were in reality Soviet hacks who supported the expansion of Communism to the Middle East. They were in hopes that the various leftist revolutionary movements in the US would result in a social revolution in the United States and across the globe. Israel proved instrumental in stopping Soviet expansion both into the Middle East and SW Asia (Like Afghanistan). The Soviet Union educated and trained PLO members in the hopes of overturning Israeli capitalist influence in the Middle East. The left has supported Palestine ever since and continues to do so until this day. They will take to any propaganda means to accomplish the goal of the destruction of Israel.

    The idea of Israeli/Palestinian Apartheid came from the ANC (Also former allies of the Soviet Union 9Now Russian federation) and U.S. leftists in the hopes that South Africa would turn communist).

    The academic left are still lamenting what could have been and the red diaper babies of yesterday are raising the leftists of today in our colleges and universities; effectively passing the socialist torch and all its flaws from one disgruntled and misguided generation to the next.
     
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    And yet, Israel was ruled by leftists for decades. :rolleyes:
     
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    its big different between jew hatred and israel hatred.
     
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    Killing Jews Becomes a Legitimate Topic of Discussion at Prestigious Debating Society
    Depraved pro-Palestinian academics stoop to new lows in attempt to mainstream Jew-hatred.
    April 20, 2016
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    Are violent acts against Jews, including murder and terrorism, justified? The question of course, is one that makes all but the most rabidly anti-Semitic recoil with horror and disgust but this is precisely the question that was thrust upon debating participants at a prominent national debating championship.

    On April 9-11, 2016 Morehouse College, Dr. Martin Luther King’s alma mater, hosted the U.S. Universities Debating Association national championship where the following repugnant debate topic was proposed;

    “This House Believes That Palestinian Violence Against Israeli Civilians Is Justified”

    As an aside, Dr. King was an admirer and a strong supporter of Israel and had noted that Israel was one of the great democracy outposts of the world. He also astutely observed that “when people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You’re talking anti-Semitism.”

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    I might have missed something but its a bit ironic to be posting this topic on a message board where there are holocaust deniers and other anti Semitic types spewing their poison.

    Whats the problem ?
     
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    The only irony is when utter idiots such as yourself say they stand against it while continually defending the very worst antisemites in the world.

    It's the new leftist double speak. Nazi=bad. Islamist saying the same things = good.
     
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    Horowitz Defends Anti-BDS Poster Campaign From Charges of Racism and Intimidation
    Exposing the real purveyors of hatred on campuses.
    April 21, 2016
    Sara Dogan
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    In a fiery rebuttal issued Wednesday, David Horowitz defended his reputation and that of his organization, the David Horowitz Freedom Center, from charges by a UCLA administrator that posters hung by the Freedom Center on UCLA’s campus targeting supporters of the anti-Semitic Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel are “hateful” and “thuggish” and use the “tactic of guilt by association, of using blacklists, of ethnic slander, and sensationalized images engineered to trigger racially tinged fear.”

    University of California-Los Angeles Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Jerry Kang sent an email attacking Horowitz to the entire UCLA community—some 50,000 individuals—calling the Freedom Center’s posters “repulsive” and “personalized intimidation” and stating that they produce “chilling psychological harm” that “cannot be dismissed as over-sensitivity.”

    Kang also falsely characterized the Freedom Center’s previous poster campaign as “accusing two student organizations — the Muslim Student Association (MSA) and Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) — of being murderers and terrorists.”

    In his response, Horowitz termed this accusation “a lie” noting that “The posters did not accuse SJP of being an organization of murderers and terrorists, as the Vice Chancellor claims. They accused SJP of being ‘Jew-haters’ because they support the murderers and terrorists of Hamas, which they do… In a public statement I also called on UCLA to remove the campus privileges and university funding of SJP because they are a hate group and their activities routinely violate UCLA’s ‘Statement of Principles Against Intolerance,’ which Vice Chancellor Kang professes to champion.”

    Horowitz also challenged the Vice Chancellor’s claim that the posters constitute intimidation, stating “There is no intimidation on the posters, just a list of names of activists who support SJP and BDS… the posters don’t cast those listed on them as murderers and terrorists, just activists from Students for Justice in Palestine who supported the BDS boycott campaign. BDS has been denounced by figures as liberal as Alan Dershowitz and Larry Summers as anti-Semitic.”

    “This disgraceful performance by a top university official demands a retraction and apology from the University of California and some serious reflection by Vice Chancellor Kang about the hateful content of his letter and the focused, personalized intimidation directed at myself and all those involved in putting up posters he happens to disagree with,” Horowitz concludes, noting that Kang might “also benefit from a re-reading of the First Amendment and learn to live with opinions he doesn’t like.” Horowitz’s full response to Vice Chancellor Kang may be read below.

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    Horowitz Defends Anti-BDS Poster Campaign From Charges of Racism and Intimidation
     
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    Taking a picture of this phenomenon from 10,000 feet up, one sees a lot of irony here.

    Jewish intellectuals, mainly lawyers, have a long history of supporting, and even championing, a sort of "advocacy" that American culture has traditionally found abhorrent. This is the type of advocacy that says a criminal defendant who is factually guilty "deserves" to be set free if some argument or set of arguments can be introduced that cast aspersions or doubt on the police, or the truthful witnesses. Since the law is so pervasive in our society, this sort of advocacy has resulted in the virtual elimination of censorship and the explosion of pornography, the legalization of abortion and sodomy, the destruction of traditional marriage, and it threatens the right of religious private citizens to decline to do business with those who are believed to be "untouchable."

    And it is this thought pattern and form of advocacy that allows proto-intellectuals (college students) to posit that because "Palestinians" suffer great insults to their human rights and freedoms at the hands of the Zionist state, the Zionist state must be scorned, spurned, and rejected. Thus, anti-Semitism is given "cover" in the ersatz interests of "Palestinian Rights."

    But the counter-arguments - that the Zionist state is under siege, and must react in a way that ensures its continued existence - can be ignored if you are an anti-Semite, just as counter-arguments are always ignored in the form of advocacy that prevails now in our culture.

    But one thing must not be forgotten: To be anti-Zionist is to be anti-Semitic. The two cannot be separated or distinguished. There are scores of Muslim states around the world, and many Christian states in Europe, and these go without objection by anyone, but when Israel claims the right to exist as a "Jewish state," it is a form of Fascism.

    Bullshit.
     
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    Right or wrong, labeling the Israeli/Palestinian situation as 'apartheid' has nothing to do with anti-Semitism.
     
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