From AmRen, by Jared Taylor. The entire article is well worth reading.
Jews need to decide whose side they’re on.
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There have been strange doings among America’s elites. On December 5, the presidents of Harvard, Penn, and MIT – all ladies – were flayed during congressional hearings for insufficient anti-anti-Semitism.
Congresswoman Elise Stefanik asked them: “Calling for the genocide of Jews, does that constitute bullying or harassment?” Liz Magill, president of U Penn, answered, “It is a context-dependent decision.” Claudine Gay of Harvard and Sally Kornbluth of MIT gave similar answers.
The sky fell. Seventy-four members of Congress demanded that they all be fired. Congress launched an investigation. The White House pronounced itself shocked. Liz Magill of Penn and Claudine Gay of Harvard, issued gaudy apologies. That wasn’t enough for Liz, who has resigned. But she’s not exactly out on her ear. She may not be smiling as much, but she stays on while the university looks for someone who will snarl more convincingly at anti-Semites, and she keeps her tenured job at the law school.
It’s a good thing the question wasn’t about exterminating blacks or sexually confused people, because she really would be out of a job.
Jews are smart, but they can be appalling blind. They have been busy promoting mass immigration, diversity, multi-this, and multi-that. Bill Ackman has finally realized that Jews can’t escape being white.
They need to decide which side they are on before they get chewed up by the multi-culti madness they helped set in motion.