SHOCK NEWS! — Anti-Semitism on the Rise

This article deplores the spectacular rise of anti-Semitism all over the world—
and concludes the world must be collectively insane to hate the Jews so much.

The Conservative Woman

Abridged by Lasha Darkmoon

“Anti-Semitism seems to touch its adherents with a peculiar madness, with grotesque fantasies and a level of hatred that goes beyond ordinary nastiness. Anti-Semites often see Jews not just as inferior but as diabolically malevolent […] Anti-Semitism is more than racism and more than evil, it’s a mental disease.”—OllieWright Read More

Rabbi Warns of Virulent Anti-Semitism on Campus

By Paul Lungen,
The Canadian Jewish News (CJN)

Rabbi Benjamin Blech,
looking extremely worried
at the massive rise of “virulent anti-Semitism” 

LD: Readers, be prepared to shed some tears for this grief-stricken rabbi — and ask yourself what more you could do to sing the praises of Israel, the only peace-loving democracy in the Middle East. The four pictures and captions below are my own commentary on the text.

The Canadian Jewish News, 24 April 2019.  Students at American universities face a barrage of anti-Israel propaganda, anti-Zionist student groups and teachers who try to convince them that the support of Israel they grew up with is wrong, according to Rabbi Benjamin Blech.

“Leftist propaganda is destroying the commitment we American Jews have always had with the only democracy in the Middle East,” Rabbi Blech said. “It’s a disease that’s rampant and this needs to be vaccinated against.”


Rabbi Blech, who’s worked as a professor of Talmud at Yeshiva University in New York since 1966, said parents and the broader Jewish community need to do a better job of preparing Jewish children for the onslaught of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic messaging they will be subjected to on campus.

A prolific author and lecturer, Rabbi Blech will deliver the keynote address on  “Losing our youth,” the phenomenon of young Jews turning away from Israel and joining anti-Israel groups, at a symposium on May 5 at Beth Avraham Yoseph of Toronto Congregation, which is sponsored by Aish Toronto.

How bad is it getting on American campuses?

Rabbi Blech pointed to a conference on the conflict in Gaza that was held from March 22-24 at the University of North Carolina. Rapper Tamer Nafer, who provided the entertainment, told the audience, “This is my anti-Semitic song.”

Video of the conference, which was shot secretly by filmmaker Ami Horowitz and can be found on YouTube, showed the rapper telling the audience, to sounds of laughter, “Don’t think of Rihanna when you sing this, don’t think of Beyonce. Think of Mel Gibson. Go that anti-Semitic.” Asking the audience to participate, Rapper Tamer Nafer said, “I need your help. I cannot be anti-Semitic alone.”

Hafer then sings, and the audience repeats, “Oh, I’m in love with a Jew!”

Horowitz’s video also includes conversations with audience members who made anti-Semitic remarks. For Rabbi Blech, that sort of open and boastful anti-Semitism resembles Nazi Germany.



“It was frightening to watch,” the Rabbi said. “You had an entire audience of young people singing anti-Semitic, hate-Jews songs.” On campuses, what started as purported critiques of Zionism and Israel have morphed into open anti-Semitism, he said.

“Progressives and liberals” were responsible for the attacks on Jews and Israel, Rabbi Blech continued. “Professors across the United States seem to be extremely liberal, anti-Israel and more anti-Jewish, and they make little effort to separate the two.” At the same time, pro-Israel speakers are “shouted down, screamed at” and have been denied access to campus because police say they can’t ensure the safety of the event, he said.

Faced with constant anti-Israel rhetoric, some Jews don’t just abandon their support for Israel, but actively participate in anti-Israel groups.

Why are such nice people being subjected to anti-Semitism?

“It is an ancient truth,” Rabbi Blech said. “In former times, Jewish converts to Christianity were more Catholic than the Pope, to prove their newfound conviction.

Looking beyond campuses, Rabbi Blech pointed to disturbing manifestations of anti-Semitism among important policy influencers: politicians feel free to associate with the notorious anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan, and  in Congress, Rep. Ilhan Omar repeats anti-Semitic stereotypes.

“We have to fight back with knowledge and education,” the Rabbi said. We have to address the issue and prepare youngsters for what they can expect on campus. They have to be educated about the pro-Israel side of the debate and encouraged “not to be meek and not to accept what their professors say. They need to learn the value of activism and speaking out,” he said.



The Anti-Semitism Racket: How Jews Get Away With Their Crimes

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Anti-Semitism through Jewish Eyes: Hating the Jews makes them stronger and more united

LD:  This article is published in response to a recent article on our site, We Know Who They Are, which was openly and unabashedly anti-Semitic. It has been sent to us with the challenge that we provide our readers “with a more balanced perspective, allowing them the opportunity to view the subject of Jewish persecution through Jewish eyes.”
We accept this challenge.
This 4800-word article, penned by a scholarly Jewish writer, argues that anti-Semitism is good for the Jews in that it makes them stronger. Solidarity, unity, and an increased sense of Jewish identity and cohesiveness are the beneficial byproducts of centuries of cruel persecution culminating in the Holocaust. So  it is argued here.


A medieval depiction of Jews being executed

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Excerpts from 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica article on Anti-Semitism

By Carlos Whitlock Porter

With brief comments by Lasha Darkmoon

eternal_jew“There is a saying in French: the more things change, the more they are the same. The Jew is eternal.” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1928 edition 

A truism of liberalism is that the truth may be approximated through a comparison of opinion. In the Encyclopedia Britannica, for example, all articles dealing directly with Jewish matters are written today by Jews and Rabbis, dripping with self-pity and self-praise. Articles on peripheral subjects, however, tell a different story.

LD: Here are excerpts from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica which give historical information about Jews which is not to be found in modern encyclopaedias. The bits in bold red font have been emphasized because these are the bits, apart from one or two exceptions, which would nowadays be regarded as “anti-Semitic” and hence censored and suppressed by modern encyclopaedias like Wikipedia.  (LD)

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What is an Anti-Semite? (Video, 18 mins)

This powerful dissertation from the razor-sharp pen of Mark Glenn is read by the incomparable “Snordster”. 

“The ‘final solution’ to the Jewish problem,” Mark Glenn comments,  “is simple and has been sitting there as an open secret for thousands of years — destroy the source of their criminal behavior, which is their Judaism. Every aberrant behavior they have exhibited throughout history has been codified in the Old Testament, a book written in every language for the entirety of the Gentile world to read for themselves and understand and yet rather than apply this very simple solution to the problem instead they have included Judaism within the ranks of other religions that are of benefit to the individual and to society when in fact it should be declared as a form of mental illness that destroys everything it touches.”

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