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  • Writer's pictureLeRoy Cossette



November 1, 2023

Antisemitism has been called the world’s oldest hatred. It is a tangible threat not only to Jews, but also to the very fabric of our Constitutional Republic. As violence against Jews intensifies, the antisemitism that drives it is emanating from a host of sources: political, ethnic, and religious, on college campuses, in public debate, on social media, and across our Nation.

As a foundation for the most constant antisemitic falsehoods, the association of Jews with greed has fueled antisemitism throughout history and still affects Jews today. From sinister Jewish merchant caricature and Nazi propaganda on Jewish economic control, the antisemitic image of greed can be found in everything from pop culture to deep-web conspiracy theories.

The theme of greed in antisemitic rhetoric is so widespread that it's led to a long list of Jewish stereotypes, including being excessively materialistic and money-oriented, exploiting others for person gain, being overly wealthy, and controlling the world's finances.

Along with all the falsehoods that the Jewish community must endure, they cannot even claim their own country as sovereign by far too many antisemitic groups around the world. While anti-Israel forces, throughout the middle east, are allowed to constantly threaten the lives of the citizens of Israel, Israel defending their country and its citizens is viewed as criminal with demands that they be sanctioned as the aggressor and oppressor.

On October 7 Israel was brutally attacked by the Palestinian terrorist group Hamus. Hamus breached the Gaza-Israel barrier and began the most horrific acts of brutality in modern history. Hamus began killing civilians in neighboring Israeli communities and attacking military bases. In a single day, more than 350 Israeli soldiers and police and more than 1,000 Israeli civilians were killed across nearby towns, kibbutzim, military bases and at a music festival. Around 200 Israeli civilians and soldiers were taken as hostages to the Gaza Strip which included about 30 young children and 20 American citizens.

In one video released by the Israel Defense Forces, a captured Hamus terrorist said that gunmen were given instructions to kill everyone they saw, including beheading victims and cutting off their legs.

The day has been described as the bloodiest in Israel's history and the deadliest for Jews since the Holocaust.

As if Israel citizens had not suffered enough, American citizens began hate filled protests and intimidation of American Jewish citizens and support for the murderous and barbaric Hamus terrorists. Protests by American citizens and politicians alike leaving a black mark on American history showing the complete ignorance and misinformed nature of this generation resulting from a failed federally funded education system which no longer teaches factual world history.

Cornell University is a case in point where antisemitic students began to instill fear and intimidation into Jewish students. Mobs of antisemitic students forced Jewish students to flee in fear of their lives and several to barracked themselves in a library while the mob tried to tear down the doors.

The Cornell Jewish student body has been on edge since the protest began and after a series of anonymous messages were posted in an online forum, part of a surge in antisemitic comments nationwide. Those statements come during the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. The virulence and destructiveness of antisemitism is real and deeply impacting our Jewish citizens and most deeply the young Jewish students attending colleges across the country.

This is not the people we were before the onslaught of the Marxist-Communist movement against our Constitutional Republic and its citizens. All of its citizens. We are rapidly descending into a Nation of anarchy and hate. What has happened to the once tolerable and inclusive United States of America?

We are still Americans! We must do something to end this evil that has befallen our Nation of freedom and liberty for every citizen. The days of walking on pins and needles must end today. The days of worrying about feelings must stop. It is time to step on some toes and take our country back. It is time for all freedom loving citizens to step out of their comfort zone and take a stand against this evil before it is too late. Put yourself in those students place and feel what it must have felt like to feel their fear and pledge to help bring this insanity to an end.

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Kristin Whitesides
Kristin Whitesides
Nov 04, 2023

Life was so much better under Trump. He was the first President in 40 years to stop the endless wars. His Abraham Accords kept peace in the Middle East. Sadly, we have a military industrial complex and greedy politicians who prefer $money$ from war profits over Peace. Blessed Be The Peacemakers. Those orchestrating endless wars are evil.

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