Let’s Not Cry Anti-Semitism

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  1. Bob Miller says:

    If everything the BDSers do and say is consistent with antisemitism, that’s pretty good circumstantial evidence. For certain Christian denominations, backing BDS is a convenient, low-risk way to give new life to old prejudices they had never really shed.

  2. Mr. Cohen says:

    In year 2012 CE, the U.S. State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report revealed 17 countries that still practice or tolerate slavery:
    Algeria, Libya, Syria, Sudan, Kuwait, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Papua New Guinea, Yemen, Madagascar, Eritrea, Zimbabwe, DR Congo, Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, and Cuba.

    Notice that NONE of these 17 countries suffers the wrath of the BDS movement, no matter how guilty they are of practicing slavery.

    Also notice that most of these countries are MUSLIM, which means that the Far-Left-dominated news media will NEVER give them the criticism they deserve, because the Far-Leftists are the loyal allies of the Muslims.

    Last but not least, the Far-Left-dominated BDS movement will NEVER target these counties with boycotts, because the Far-Leftists are the loyal allies of the Muslims.

    According to the year 2014 CE Freedom in the World Report, the ten most oppressive countries in the world are: Central African Republic, Somalia, Equatorial Guinea, Sudan, Eritrea, Syria, North Korea, Turkmenistan, Saudi Arabia, and Uzbekistan.

    Notice that NONE of these ten countries suffers the wrath of the BDS movement, no matter how much they oppress their own citizens.

    Since year 1950 CE, China has occupied the land of Tibet and murdered around one million Tibetans. Does China suffer the wrath of the BDS movement? NO!

    Russia invaded Georgia in year 2008 CE. Russia invaded Ukraine in year 2014 CE. Is Russian boycotted by the BDS movement? NO! And it never will be.

  3. Steve Brizel says:

    The proponents and supporters of BDS have consistently engaged in rhetoric that can only be described as a souped up version of the world’s oldest social disorder-anti Semitism.

  4. Mr. Cohen says:

    PAT CONDELL SAID: The relentless focus solely on Israel that ignores the world’s real human rights violators tells us that this [BDS] is an anti-Semitic movement, and if you’re are part of it, then you’re are part of that too.

    If Israel was a Christian or a Buddhist country, there would not be any BDS campaign, and everyone knows it, just as there isn’t any BDS for Tibet, a country invaded and culturally-raped by the Chinese, but then, the Chinese aren’t Jews.

    No BDS for the Saudi Arabia for treating women like livestock, because the Saudis aren’t Jews, which is lucky for them, because if they were, they would have to ban themselves from entering their own country. How inconvenient!”

    SOURCE: Why I support Israel by Pat Condell http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHC8KC5cLs8
    Pat Condell is an atheist, who was born in Ireland around 1950 CE, and raised in England as a Roman Catholic, and educated in Church of England schools.

  5. Y. Ben-David says:

    It is high time that we be honest and forthright in pointing out the TRUTH……most anti-Israel and pro-BDS activism is motivated purely by antisemitism, both non-Jewish and Jewish antisemitism.
    This is clearly proven by the hypocrisy of those who advocate by their complete indifference to human rights anywhere. I will give an example of a discussion I had with a radical anti-Israel ex-rabbi from Chicago (there seems to be something about that town!) who is very active in anti-Israel and pro-BDS activities.
    I asked him why he doesn’t promote boycotts of any other country, even those they he would be forced to admit have much worse human-rights records than the (false) problems he claims Israel has. His reply was that he favors boycotting Israel because “the Palestinians” asked him to. So I then specified Syria and the Assad regime….I inquired about what he is doing to promote human-rights there and demand that the war crimes Assad has committed be punished. His answer was ” the ‘Syrians’ haven’t asked me to….if they would I will be the first to support boycotting the Assad regime. however. I wouldn’t presume to tell them what to do”.
    My question is “who are the ‘Syrians'” he is supposed to consult with? For that matter, who are the “Palestinians” he claimed want him to boycott Israel? Omar Barghouti’s BDS group? Who says he speaks for the “Palestinians”? He holds no official position. As far as I can tell the official Palestinian Authority hasn’t come out in full-throated support of BDS.
    What we see here is clearly, and plainly that this ex-rabbi despises Israel and is completely indifferent to REAL human rights abuses elsewhere in the world. He uses the “The Syrians didn’t ask me and I wouldn’t presume to tell them what to do” as mere excuses to wriggle out of his blatant hypocrisy.
    The struggle against BDS must be carried out by highlighting this antisemitic hypocrisy.

  6. Mr. Cohen says:

    Andrew Klavan vs. Anti-Israel BDS (part 1 of 2):

    “Of course, the BDS movement does not really want to kill all the Jews; they just want boycotts, divestment and sanctions against the State of Israel, until the nation is so weak, it can be overrun by its enemies, so THEY can kill all the Jews!

    So it is not like BDS-ers are Nazis or anything; they are more like the Nazi’s cute little sidekicks; like Hitler and the Seven Dwarves.”

    Andrew Klavan vs. Anti-Israel BDS (part 2 of 2):

    “The key point is just because BDS-ers are trying to destroy the Jewish state alone out of all the nations; just because they are holding Israel to a higher standard than other countries in the region; just because they are targeting the ONE land in the Middle East land where people are free and differences are tolerated; that does not mean they are anti-Semitic; they are probably great people, who just hate Jews.”

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