The Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC), a discredited Jewish pressure group, has called on US President Donald Trump to “instruct the FBI to establish a special task force to tackle the upsurge” in so-called “anti-Semitism”.
This is an ill-defined category which often includes mere criticism of, or political opposition to, Israel, and which always includes criticism of Jews as an organized group.
Rabbi Marvin Hier, boss of the SWC, said that there has “never been a more dangerous time in US history” for Jews than now — this despite the unparalleled wealth and power of Jews, unequaled by any other ethnic group. Observers note that the real concern of Hier and other influential Jews is that their massive wealth, their control of the US political process, and their overwhelming control of finance and media are all becoming more and more well known — and they wish to shut down and, if possible, criminalize those who are telling the truth about them.
“We’ve reached a danger point in American history,” says Hier. He said that the way to combat the “outbreak of anti-Semitism” was to establish a special task force within the FBI to “deal with anti-Semitism alone.”
He said this would lead to more arrests and prosecutions of “attackers.” His phrasing was chosen to suggest to the public that those who commit acts of violence against Jews would be the only targets of the desired “task force” — but the history of the Jewish lobby suggests that the real target will be dissidents, whistle-blowers who expose Jewish criminality, and non-Jewish nationalists.
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“The longer we ignore it, the harder it is to solve the problem. If we don’t take this seriously it will get worse. These perpetrators need to be brought to justice and they need to know there are serious consequences,” Rabbi Hier added.
Hier said that the responsibility for “tackling anti-Semitism” was “outside the responsibility of US states and local governments,” and that the FBI should “tackle the problem” on a national level.
Hier also said that an “educational effort was also needed to help combat the rise of anti-Semitism in the US,” and, in an incredible and risible blaze of hubris and chutzpah, lamented what he said is the “near absence of Holocaust education in public schools.” (The so-called “Holocaust” is the Jewish claim of six million losses at the hands of the Germans in World War 2, and the claim that Jewish losses were somehow unique. Many historians and researchers put Jewish losses during that war at around one-twentieth of what Jewish groups claim. Other nations’ loss of life in World War 2 was far greater than that of the Jews, yet get almost no media attention.)
Jewish supremacist activist Dov Hikind
When leaders and others in the New York City Black community recently complained about Jewish complicity in illegal organ harvesting and trafficking, as well as about Jews caught bribing elected officials, Jewish activist and former Assemblyman Dov Hikind said that “there is a problem with many young people in the Black community, and not just young people.” Hikind later added, “This is unreral.” It’s hard to interpret Hikind’s remarks as anything but a condemnation of free speech — when that free speech is disapproved of by Jews. This is exactly the kind of speech that would be targeted by the FBI task force wanted by the SWC.
Alexander Rosemberg of the ADL
Another extremely wealthy Jewish pressure group, the ADL (“Anti-Defamation League”), also chimed in. Alexander Rosemberg, the Anti-Defamation League’s Director of Community Affairs for the New York and New Jersey Region, said that “rhetoric from high levels of leadership on the right and left have created a permissive atmosphere for “individuals to speak and act in a certain way.” What else can this man be talking about but restricting free speech?
Rosemberg added that some of the tensions between Blacks and Jews “are a result of the Jewish and Black communities living together side by side,” as well as of “online and social media hate” which he said was “a cocktail that has fueled anti-Semitism.”
Source: Jerusalem Post and National Vanguard correspondents