And then they came for me

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - LEN BEN­NETT Deer­field Beach, Florida

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.

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