Friday, July 27, 2007

Using human rights as an offensive weapon

Claus Jacobsen, a columnist on Newsvine, banned a couple of members of the website for using the term ‘anti-Semitic’ about an article he wrote, effectively calling them trolls (the social networking sites are pioneers at speaking the truth about Zionism, reflecting increasing American awareness of the truth). Jacobson said (emphasis in red; slight spelling editing by me):

“I believe the consensus will be, once their opposition is broken, that the term ‘anti-Semitic’ can only be used in the rare and extreme cases where actual persecution or discrimination of Jews is advocated.”

In today’s era of human rights we’re now seeing the use of phony human rights concerns as an offensive weapon used to stifle debate about real human rights abuses (in some cases, e. g., Darfur, phony human rights concerns are actually being used a method of encouraging military violence).  I believe that it is perfectly legitimate to wonder why the Democrats, mostly funded by Jews, refuse to look out for the most basic interests of their own political party in issues like impeachment, Iran talk, and Iraq withdrawal.  There is only one possible explanation for this, but if you raise it, you are immediately called an anti-Semite.  This is bullshit.  In fact, people who use this technique are, in my opinion, aiders and abetters of one of the greatest systematic campaigns of human rights abuse in the world, that being carried out by Zionists in the Middle East.  You may feel yourself to be righteous when you pose as an advocate of human rights, but almost all discussion of the evils of anti-Semitism is just a method of stifling legitimate political debate.  I hardly need note that describing the particular individuals involved is not an invitation to persecution of a larger group, but is in fact the opposite, placing blame where blame is due.  The reason for the controversy isn’t a legitimate worry about prosecution or discrimination, but a concern that airing the facts will put an end to the real human rights abuses.

Of course, Americans and American wannabes are the most egregious of the offenders.  It is difficult to take complaints of human rights abuse seriously from a country which is killing tens of thousand of innocent Iraqis a month, without even the vestige of an anti-war movement.  In most cases, claims of anti-Semitism are really claims of anti-Americanism, with Americans rightly embarrassed that the greatest Empire in the world could so easily be destroyed through undermining by a tiny group of Jewish intellectuals and the Jewish Billionaires who fund them.  Pointing this out is actually a compliment to the intelligence and derring-do of the people involved, much as we despise their motives, and an insult to the intellectually lazy and so-easily corruptible Americans, who squandered their Empire and now refuse to admit how it happened.