“Anti-Semitism” Narrative is Blowing Up as Jews Try to Shut Down Criticism of Mass Child Murder

Universities have begun hunting down people who don’t love the Jews enough, or think that Jews shouldn’t be engaged in the mass-slaughter of children.

As a very celebrated expert in crisis management, I can declare that this is not good damage control. This is simply going to lead to more anti-Semitism.

The logical thing to do would be to do what I’ve been saying, and promote the idea that many Jews are against what is happening in Gaza. It’s actually not even a lie. There is no way to estimate percentages, but I would guess that at least 30% of American Jews are opposed to it, either because they are high on their own supply and believe in “brown people first,” or because they recognize it as very bad PR for the Jews.

By the way: everyone pulling up images of the Star of David on Jew foreheads on AI art creators has me to thank. All glory to God, but ten years ago, I flooded Google Images with photoshops of Jews with the Jew star on their forehead that they can’t seem to get rid of. The Illness Revelations include me taking credit for my professional accomplishments, while also giving the glory to God.

The Jews are starting to do this more. They had a female Jew “rabbi,” in what was clearly a staged scene, heckle Biden and demand a ceasefire earlier this week.

See: Brandon Calls for Blood-Guzzling Jews to “Pause” Their Ritual Mass Child Murder Spectacle (It’s a pretty good article, btw – it was published yesterday after peak hours, so people might have missed it)

However, there is still a major push for mass-censorship of anyone against slaughtering children. Universities are the worst places to enforce this.

New York Post:

Columbia University has launched an antisemitism task force to address the “terribly resilient” hatred that has swept across its campus in the weeks since Hamas launched its surprise attack against Israel, the school said Wednesday.

The Ivy League university announced the formation of the task force the same day it activated a doxxing resource group to protect pro-Palestinian students.

The school said it was pushed to establish the task force after a notable increase in the amount of reported antisemitic attacks — both physical and ideological — on its Manhattan campus in the last three weeks.

“One would hope that by the twenty-first century, antisemitism would have been relegated to the dustbin of history. But it has been rising here in New York City, across the country, and around the world in recent years,” Columbia University President Minouche Shafik wrote in a message to the school community.

Columbia University President Minouche Shafik

The five-person panel — headed by campus professors — will be tasked with recommending changes that foster an inclusive environment at Columbia, as well as its affiliated schools Barnard and Teachers College.

The recommendations could also come in the form of academic changes, as well as inclusionary training offered to its students, faculty, and staff.

The task force will “enhance our ability to address this ancient, but terribly resilient, form of hatred,” Columbia said in the announcement.

We want to reiterate that we will not tolerate such actions and are moving forcefully against antisemitic threats, images, and other violations as they are reported, and we will continue to provide additional resources to protect our campuses.”

Yes. I will agree that since ancient times, people have hated baby-killing. There is just something fundamentally outrageous about murdering innocent children. I can’t put my finger on it.

I’m not the biggest fan of Islamic immigrants. But it’s impossible to see these videos of screaming babies and children, to see the photos of their corpses, and not look at the immigrants protesting and say “well, they’re obviously in the right.”

Jews are going to have zero success anywhere in the diaspora if they frame opposition to the Gaza situation as “anti-Semitism,” i.e., “a mindless hatred of Jews that develops for no reason at all.”

Anti-Semitism has been successfully defined along those lines. They say that Hitler and the Germans “scapegoated” the Jews.

I am a famous anti-Semite, and people have asked me “why do you hate the Jews?” to which I reply “because of their behavior.” I then list off behaviors. They then claim that while those behaviors may be bad, all Jews are not responsible. Then they imply that I find behaviors that are done by Jews, which could have been done by any random individuals, and highlight them in order to smear Jews collectively. They say that I want to smear Jews collectively… for no reason.

The definition of anti-Semitism, as broadly understood, includes this “for no reason” part. So, people believe that if they have a reason to protest Israel, it is not “anti-Semitic.”

The Jews do not appear to be aware of what they are doing by claiming these protests are anti-Semitic. Basically, they are communicating that any opposition to any behavior of the Jews – including the mass murder of children, which is one of the worst behaviors imaginable – is anti-Semitism. They are thereby changing the established definition of anti-Semitism, claiming that actually, even if you have a seemingly good reason, opposing anything the Jews do is just as evil as opposing Jews for no reason other than blind hatred.

“They hate me for no reason because I murder children” is not a viable narrative.


I do not hate the Jews. I am a Christian and I don’t hate anyone. However, I… hold on, let me get out the thesaurus… I loathe, detest, greatly dislike, disdain, and despise the Jews, due to their constant patter of anti-social behavior, which is observable and undeniable, and which I believe is genetic on a material level, and on a spiritual level, the result of the curse they brought on themselves and their posterity 2,000 years ago when they murdered Jesus Christ.

“Hate” is the wrong word. Christians are called to love everyone, and pray for their enemies, and I believe in this. Hate is the word the Jews use, and so you maybe have to deal with it. Maybe there is a point in saying “no, it’s not hate,” as I am doing right now, but sometimes you just have to throw it back at them.

Jews actually do hate Christians. They probably like Moslems better (not only because of the Jesus thing, but also because Moslems have given them more quarter than Christians over the last 1,500 years), but they definitely hate the Palestinians. The Jews are driven by hate, and we Christians should be driven by love. Our opposition to the Jews is not hate, but love for the people that they hurt.