Are the "false flag" theories about the anti-Semitic threats vindicated by the bust of a confused Israeli youth? Or is a Jew exploiting anti-Semitism still anti-Semitic?
Are the "false flag" theories about the anti-Semitic threats vindicated by the bust of a left-wing ex-journo? No, because exploiting anti-Semitism to score points is still anti-Semitic.
Speaking alongside Netanyahu, Trump became the first president to renounce commitment to a two-state solution—while fumbling a question about anti-Semites in his administration.
Reports of White House tension between white nationalist Steve Bannon and hardline Zionist Jared Kushner point to contradictions in Trump's alliance.
Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, a hard-right Zionist appointed to be "special envoy" to the Middle East, is also a sleazy New York landlord. Way to play into the anti-Semitic stereotypes, Donald and Jared.
The appointment of Stephen Bannon, head of "alt-right" (read: white nationalist) Breitbart News, as Trump's senior counselor removes any doubt about the new order that awaits the United States.
Here's a shocking truth for media outlets to consider: remembering a man's impact without whitewashing the man in his entirety is actually honest journalism. Let's discuss Elie Wiesel.
...and more on the endlessly hurtful conflation of Zionism and Judaism.
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