Anti-Semite label has lost its effect
The words “anti-Semitism” and “anti-Semite” are overworked and worn out. They have been used by the Zionist Jews and their supporters to label, embarrass, and silence those who are opposed to the brutality the apartheid Zionist State of Israel has imposed on the Palestinian people.
Jews of conscience who also oppose the actions of the Zionist regime are labelled “self-hating Jews”. These are words now rendered useless and they no longer have the effect they once had.
How can anyone who claims to have no racist tendency support what the Zionist Jews are doing to the Palestinians.
How can anyone justify the killing and displacement of Palestinians in the West Bank by Israeli settlers and the Israeli army.
Only racists and fanatics could possibly seek to justify the devastation in Gaza – carpet-bombing killing over 14,000 men, women, children (over 4,000 children) and displacing one million people.
Puppet world leaders have been silent about these atrocities committed by Israel. At a moment’s notice they will parrot the narrative of the Zionist regime and declare: “We are with Israel.”
These world leaders have been captured by the Zionists, so too has mainstream media. One might ask: How? With money, I believe.
Social media is now putting mainstream media to shame. Now, at a moment’s notice, social media is debunking the Zionist narrative. Yet I still hear the false claim on mainstream media that “Hamas has beheaded babies.”
Recently one Zionist supporter in New York found himself on the wrong side of the law when he taunted and hurled insults at an Arab food vendor. He went as far as to repeatedly say that the Israeli military killing of over 4,000 children was not enough. But we hear no condemnation from world leaders. The simple ones kowtow to the Zionists.
All we can hear is Israel has the right to defend itself. Hamas also has a right to defend itself against Zionist occupation. Like many, I proudly will wear the “anti-Semite” label the Zionists pin on us.
Where there is no justice, there can be no peace.
Authnel S Reid