Why the campaign to 'end antisemitism' is so dangerous for you and me

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2018-04-25 21:36

By Carolyn Yeager

THE FOLLOWING 13 BEHAVIORS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED AS EXAMPLES OF ANTISEMITISM in public life, the media, schools, the workplace, and in the religious sphere by the IHRA Plenary (International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance) in Budapest 2015 which is spearheading the campaign.

  • Questioning the alleged Holocaust is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Expressing an overall negative perception of Jews is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Unfriendly speech directed toward any Jewish community institution or religious facility is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Calling for, aiding, or justifying the harming of Jews or a Jew, even in the form of subjective hurt feelings or making fearful, is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Making allegations about the 'power' of Jews as a collective (such as Jews control the media, banking, or the government) is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Accusing Jews as a people of being responsible for wrongdoing committed by a single Jewish person or group is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Denying the fact, scope, mechanisms of the 'gas chambers' or the intentionality of National Socialist Germany to genocide the Jewish people during World War II is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Accusing 'the Jews' or the state of Israel of inventing or exaggerating the alleged Holocaust is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Accusing Jewish citizens of being more loyal to Israel, or to the alleged priorities of Jews worldwide, than to the interests of the nations they live in is called 'antisemitism'. [Truth is no defense]

  • Saying that the State of Israel is racist (thereby somehow denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination, in their eyes) is called 'antisemitsm'.

  • Using symbols and images associated with Jewish 'blood libel' [actual historical cases of kidnapping Christian children/young men and draining their blood for ritual religious purposes] or claims of Jews killing Jesus to characterize Israel or Israelis is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Comparing Israeli policies to that of the 'Nazis' is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Holding Jews collectively responsible for the actions of the state of Israel is called 'antisemitism'.

These are all examples of 'antisemitism' in public life as put forth by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA – formed in 1998), the sponsor of the so-called “working definition of antisemitism” (developed in 2015) that is being pushed to be adopted by every government in the world. A number of European countries have already adopted it, including Germany and Austria. (See here and here.)

Please look at the IHRA Timeline at the bottom of this page and notice that the wording for the item “The IHRA adopts the “Working Definition of Holocaust Denial and Distortion” (2013) is the same as for the House Bill 5460, the so-called “Never Again Education Act” in my previous post. Quote from the Act: “the falsehood of Holocaust denial and distortion and to the destructive messages of hate that arise from Holocaust denial and distortion”. It is all part of the same global enterprise, designed to appear as spontaneous individual initiatives in various countries.

This is as ominous as can be. Connecting antisemitism to criminality is their goal. Antisemitism is very old and exists for a reason. It was never seen by Jews in the West as anything beyond a moral or social issue. Since 1945 and the formal “criminalizing” of National-Socialist Germany, blaming it for the invented 'Holocaust', the Jews have increasingly portrayed antisemitism as the cause of their claimed 'genocide' and a reason to be fearful of future 'genocides'. But understand, it was a Jew who invented the word 'genocide!' Anyone of European race who agrees with this idea or goes along with it in any way is making a big mistake.

Anyone who protests “I am not an antisemite” or “I am not antisemitic” is helping to move along this very agenda. The only position we should take is that people have a right to be antisemitic—it is a personal choice and cannot be made illegal in a democracy. There is no evidence, scientific or otherwise, that antisemitism leads to genocide. No one should be forbidden their personal speech or expressing their personal views because someone else doesn't like it. Only physical acts of violence or harm can be criminalized. STAND UP AND DEFEND ANTISEMITISM on this basis—don't deny it.


antisemitism, IHRA


Yes, the "anti-Semitism" industry is the jews' attempt at a work-around of the First Amendment in the U.S. and is ominous, indeed.  It's also the beginning of setting up a parallel set of rights and laws; one for themselves, and another for everyone else. You might call this newest proposal the The jewish Sediction Act. 

Here's something to pan: http://www.tabletmag.com/jewish-news-and-politics/260637/robert-faurisson-holocaust-denial

And so many so-called WN's and academics take "The Tablet" seriously so they won't appear to be 'antisemitic'.  This is a very stupid article, reeking of bias and ignorance. If the writer Berman were in a debate with Faurisson, he wouldn't stand a chance.

I would like to read the comments but you have to sign in and pay money to do so! That's Jews for you.

It's so sad and scary to learn that France has gone to such extremes as to legally label Robert Faurisson as a professional liar and that others in France are now free to verbally pillage him as a liar without a threat of a defamation lawsuit, but I'm happy to learn that despite this horrible legal blunder, even the author reporting this tragic news admits the revisionist fight is far from over.  

Thank you, again.  Yes, I am an anti-Semite if that means I am against race bating and the world view of Judaism.  But I am not against Arab speaking people the majority of whom are Semitic peoples.  But if the Zionists want to use this phrase only in reference to themselves, then, yes, I am anti-Semitic, as should be all people who want to live free, moral lives.  

Al, when Jews use the word antisemitism or anti-Semitism they are referring only to themselves. It's strange too, because so many think of themselves as European ... go figure. The word has traditionally meant anti-Jewish in Europe, where there weren't many Arabs living at all. So we don't have to always point out that Arabs are Semitic too.

If you are actually more anti-Israel than anti-Jewish (many people can't bring themselves to say they are anti-Jewish), then you will use the term Zionist. I don't hyphenate the word antisemite - that way it's less about Semites and more about Jews, imo. Deborah Lipstadt never hypenates it either, and uses the word a lot. She has written about why she doesn't.

April 25, 2018
Press Release

Washington, DC – Congressman Ro Khanna (Black Indian CA-17) and Congressman David N. Cicilline (Flaming Gay Liberal RI-01) are leading more than 50 House Republicans and Democrats in pushing for the U.S. Department of State to exert diplomatic pressure on Ukraine and Poland for recent in incidents of state-sponsored Holocaust denial and anti-Semitism.

We urge you to join us and human rights organizations in standing against anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and all forms of intolerance by calling for the Polish and Ukrainian governments to unequivocally reject Holocaust distortion and the honoring of Nazi collaborators and fully prosecute anti-Semitic crimes,” the Members wrote in a letter to Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan. “We also ask that you detail what steps are being taken by the United States (U.S.) government to monitor instances of Holocaust distortion and ensure that the U.S. is not supporting or funding groups and individuals that promote or justify anti-Semitism. We believe these steps must include a firm request that these offensive laws be repealed.”

Our government should be concerned with the resurgence of anti-Semitism in Ukraine and Poland. (It's none of our business, as Trump well knows and believes.) Both countries recently passed laws glorifying Nazi collaborators and denying the Holocaust,” said Rep. Khanna. “The State Department must use all available diplomatic channels to work with the Ukrainian and Polish government to combat the rise of this hateful ideology which has historically threatened peace and security in the region.”

The full text of the letter is embedded below and a PDF copy is available here  (includes the names of the signers).

Jewish Laws - Just for the record; I guess most of you know it already:

In Britain they have a new law like this one with a long list of forbidden things to say about Jews. It is completely rediculous, but the good thing is that this law for a change is so obviously Zionist Jew centered, that the Jewish responsibility and the sole profiteers of these laws are clearly spelled out and can not be hidden. Usually they dress up things like this in universal language and applying to all "minorities".

Anyway, I don't exactly know if the law has been passed finally or if it is still being processed. In Iceland the pending law against infant circumcision that enraged international Jewry, is going to take several more month before it will be decided. But just google Iceland and circumcision ban, and you'll find scores of Jewish newspapers whining and moaning. I would be surprised if the law ever comes into being. The Jews will create a false flag to prove that Iceland is "anti-Semitic". They are already angry with Iceland because Iceland refused to change some Christians traditions the way the Siman Wiesenthal Center wanted it to be. Search at my blog for Iceland and Wiesenthal Center for details.