- Mar 6, 2017
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Your post was a clear Pro Gun Propaganda, and not anything that had to do with antisemitism.Well...I posted a poster here earlier, from the Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership organization... (the Jewish NRA)...depicting how if Jews had not been disarmed in Germany they might have had a fighting chance to deal with the hatred being directed at them. And then one can also look at incidents such as the mass killing in a Pittsburgh synagogue, any common Sense can tell you that if one of those Jews had been armed he may have been able to save some lives, and maybe have one less hater around to perpetrate crimes against people for being Jewish.
That poster was deleted, and being "off topic" was cited as the reason.
I fail to see how arming oneself against hatred doesn't answer the question at least from one point of view...how hatred can be stopped. One can only clue that whichever moderator chose to delete it was driven by highly subjective motivation in their decision to do so, and in fact was way more off topic than I was.
Your post was a clear Pro Gun Propaganda, and not anything that had to do with antisemitism.
Education, not guns, is the way to stop antisemitism. Fighting BDS is stopping antisemitism. Catching those who attack Jews physically or verbally, is fighting antisemitism. Fighting Antisemitism in Campuses, is stopping antisemitism.