And then they came for me
Anti-Semitism flourishes on both the far right and the far left (“Pittsburgh mourns with Jewish community, says ‘hatred will never win out,’” Web, Oct. 28).
On the right are the neoNazis and their European-style traditional racism. They are small in number and are mostly inconsequential today.
On the left are Louis Farrakhan (not shunned by America’s left, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton), Black Lives Matter and our universities. Universities are spurred on by left-leaning professors and the Muslim Students’ Association (MSA), which sponsors BDS, Israel Apartheid Week and other so-called pro-Palestinian activities. MSA is part of the Muslim Brotherhood, as is Hamas.
Black Lives Matter has hooked up with MSA, making it part of the anti-Semitism plaguing America.
It seems the more left/progressive a person, the more likely they are to be anti-American, anti-white and anti-Semitic, regardless of their ethnicity.
The world’s oldest hatred has become socially acceptable again. History has shown that attacks against Jews soon spread to others. If left unchecked, Western democracies will be imperiled.