Jews Pushing Legislation to Silence Criticism of Them

This slanted op-ed was written by a Jew. The legislation discussed was supported UNANIMOUSLY last year by the U.S. Senate.


The Hill

We need to pass the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act to fight hate and bigotry

For the past 10 years, the FBI’s Statistics on Hate Crimes show that the number of anti-Semitic victims has remained higher than any other religious category. And within the last year alone, anti-Semitic hate crimes rose nine percent.

These incidents are not limited to the threats at Jewish institutions, but they are also taking place on college campuses — big and small, public and private — across the country. In classrooms, libraries, and dormitories, Jewish students are being harassed and discriminated against because of their faith.

The Anti-Defamation League’s annual audit of anti-Semitic incidents reported that there were 90 anti-Jewish incidents across 60 college campuses in 2015. An initiative focused on protecting Jewish students found that in the first six months of 2016, there was a 45 percent increase in overall anti-Semitic activity on college campuses compared to the first six months of 2015.

No student working hard to earn a degree should ever have to face fear and hate based on who they are or their religious identity. We cannot stand idly by while our students are subject to discrimination, intimidation, or harassment.

That is why the Jewish Federation of North America stands with the Anti-Defamation League, American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), Simon Wiesenthal Center, the Brandeis Center for Human Rights, and many other groups in support of the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act.

This legislation directs the U.S. Department of Education to use the leading definition of anti-Semitism when investigating allegations of unlawful harassment, intimidation, or discrimination against Jewish students. This is a definition that is shared by the U.S. Department of State, European Union, and the 31 member governments of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IRHA).

Last year, the Senate unanimously passed the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act. But, the vote unfortunately happened too late in the session for the House of Representatives to take action. Since then, anti-Semitic incidents on college campuses have only intensified. From the intimidating use of Nazi symbolism to protests and other types of intimidation and hate, Jewish students on college campuses are experiencing an unprecedented amount of hostility and discrimination.

This is not a partisan issue. In fact, the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act was championed by Sens. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) and Tim Scott (R-S.C.), and they demonstrated that fighting hatred is a bipartisan issue to ensure the legislation received unanimous support from the entire Senate. We thank the bipartisan efforts made thus far and hope Congress will continue working together in a bipartisan fashion to stand against anti-Semitism on college campuses.

We must ensure that college campuses remain safe learning environments for every student, regardless of their race, religion, ethnic origin, or political beliefs and affiliations. We may come from different vantage points, denominations, walks of life — we may differ from each other in many other ways — but nothing compares to that which unites us. We are all stronger when we work together. College students from every denomination and sect of any religion can unite and combat the rising acts of anti-Semitism on campuses, as discrimination affects all students. Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle can support the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act.

We need to stand together, fight anti-Semitism, and pass legislation imperative to stopping hate and bigotry on college campuses.

9 thoughts on “Jews Pushing Legislation to Silence Criticism of Them

  1. Hate Speech laws in the uK, Canada and Australia have all been written by Jews for Jews. It is not possible for a non white to Hate a white according to these laws. Jews are especially the chosen victims. In Australia Brendan O’Carroll insulted a Jew in the street and got three years in jail. He did not threaten to harm the Jew. He did not touch the Jew. He said something like “I wish you could die like the Palestinians you kill”. That is a very rough recollection, the exact words were different. But it was not any kind of a threat. This was in Perth Australia.
    Three years actually served in jail usually would be for an assault where the victim had spent weeks in hospital and maybe has permanent damage.
    Hurt a Jews felling for five minutes and you could spend years in jail. This means also hurt a Coon or a Muzzies feelings for five minutes and the same penalty might apply.

    A “knock out game” exponent got only four years in jail for killing someone he had never met, and probably will serve about three years. That person had punched more than one stranger during the same night! This was in Sydney Australia. The killer was a part abo, though mostly white in appearance. The victim was a tall blond man so I suppose he deserved to be murdered at the age of 25. He did not see the punch coming and he was chatting on his mobile telephone.

    That smoloko image above is accurate. Jews are using the State and National police forces as their own private Cheka. They are using the politicians and courts as a rubber stamp for their Cheka laws. Often the judges and prosecutors at such trials are Jews, which is an incredible conflict of interest. Also if the State assigned defense lawyer is a Jew then the defendant may as will kiss his relatives goodbye for a few years.

    • What the jew most fears is an awakening among our American people, and that is what the jew’s attempt to silence. Basically, the awakening is primarily among White people, so how is it that American legislators are doing the bidding for jewry instead of for us?

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  3. The Israelites are getting rid of the same kind of people that Sampson, Elijah, David, Saul and Joshua got rid of. Muslims manipulate minds pulling on the heart strings of others so they can get a free hand out. They then plan another sneak attack. Muslim kids are expendable to a Muslim. Others think. Poor kids. People need to stop falling for that. That is what the Israelites are up against.They won’t stand for it.

  4. When jews try to shut down criticism, it’s to protect the jews from exposure for the wrongs that they do and have done. Almost every avenue of wrongdoing that you can think of has jews either at it’s center or connected. The jews want all valid criticism silenced and use subterfuge to make it happen.

    From 2012, but even more so today [50 min]:

    “Total Control Of The United States │ The Israeli/Jewish Lobby │Full Documentary”

  5. “We must ensure that college campuses remain safe learning environments for EVERY student, REGARDLESS of their race, RELIGION, ethnic origin, or political beliefs and affiliations.” (The Hill)

    And I’ve got swampland in Florida I can sell you cheap.

    They no more mean those words than if the man in the moon said them. What that translates to is, “WE MEAN US ONLY, not Christians, not Whites, & not Conservatives especially!”

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