Attacks on Anti-Semitism, the Last Refuge of a Scoundrel
I am very disappointed in David Brooks’ last column in the New York Times, “How to Fight Anti-Semitism.” Samuel Johnson said, “Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.” Similarly, screaming “anti-Semitism” is the last refuge of a racist Jew. Jews are virulent racists who have created an apartheid state in Israel, but who then smear any critics with taunts of anti-Semitism. Netanyahu won the Israeli election by race-baiting Israeli Arabs, and scaring racist Jews into believing that Arabs might actually have some power in Israel. Israel declares itself a Jewish state, which by definition would have no Arabs. Israel is for Jews only, and pretty much only for Ashkenazi Jews, who look down even on Sephardic Jews.
As an Ashkenazi Jew, David Brooks is part of their propaganda machine, getting the talking points for his column on anti-Semitism from Netanyahu and Israeli Ambassador Dermer. He is just spreading hatred. Atlantic Magazine writer Jeffrey Goldberg, also a Jew who served in the Israeli Defense Forces like David Brooks’ son, got the same message from the Jewish/Israeli hierarchy: smear non-Jews with the anti-Semitism epithet. It’s all part of an orchestrated Jewish/Israeli campaign of race hatred.
If Jews weren’t so racist, why would they be so easy to pick out by people who are terrible terrorists? If Jews just lived as ordinary people, they would not be so easy to identify and attack. They don’t want to be part of a society mainly consisting of people whom they consider inferior to them. Their contempt for other races makes them easy targets. By playing the anti-Semitism card, Brooks and Goldberg reveal themselves as racists. Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Israeli Ambassador Dermer have both figuratively spit in the face of the President of the United States, Barack Obama. As an American I take offense at that.