by Andrew Anglin, The Unz Review:
The transformation has happened so fast that I don’t think people have yet grasped it:
- The official definition of “antisemitism” before October 7, 2023 was “hating Jews for no reason.”
- The post-7/10 definition of “antisemitism” is “saying Jews should stop killing babies.”
It’s a really massive transformation.
I know that most non-Jews don’t understand it, but what is even crazier is that most Jews don’t appear to understand it.
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Jews have a psychosis where they view any criticism of their behavior as “hate.” I am supposed to be the world’s top anti-Semite, but all I ever did was criticize their behavior. However, Jews had some degree of plausible deniability with regards to their agenda to push homosexuality on children, or their agenda to flood white countries with poor, illiterate nonwhite immigrants. They could also claim that these things were good.
Now, they’re taking the same tack (“if you criticize our behavior, it means you hate us, and therefore you are evil”), but they are taking this position in the context of “we slaughter children.”
Basically, they’ve destroyed the entire anti-Semitism racket, permanently.
It’s really irresponsible of them. This gave them so, so much power, and they’ve just pissed it away.
“People hate us for no reason because we murder children” is simply not a viable PR strategy.
Jewish students have filed a federal civil rights lawsuit accusing the University of California of allowing the “longstanding, unchecked spread of antisemitism” at its Berkeley campus.
The lawsuit claims Jew-hatred has “boiled over” following the terror group Hamas’ sneak attack against Israel on Oct. 7 — even citing statements in the complaint from Cal-Berkeley’s own law school dean, Erwin Chemerinsky.
In the suit filed Tuesday in Northern California District Court in San Francisco, the plaintiffs representing Jewish students — the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law and Jewish Americans for Fairness in Education — noted that some two dozen student groups ban Zionist speakers.
The ban is blatant discrimination since nearly all Jews identify as Zionists or believers in the Jewish state of Israel, the complaint said.
Yeah, that’s… it’s very confusing. Belief in Zionism is not an intrinsic trait, such as having black skin. It’s a choice, and support for Zionism is a behavior. Therefore, if being against Zionism is “antisemitism,” then by definition, “antisemitism” does not mean “hating Jews for no reason.”
They were able to get away with this stuff when they could hide behind the Holocaust. It didn’t have to make sense, because they could just show a picture of a guy with a tattoo and say “my uncle was turned into a lampshade.” They were able to use emotional exploitation to bully people into silence.