“My parents tried to inculcate me a little bit into organized Judaism, but they weren’t particularly devoted to that, and my grandparents were, but it just never took hold.”
– Wikipedia quote attributed to Glenn Greenwald
Is there anyone more antisemitic than a former Jew, turned against his own people? In Glenn Greenwald’s case, hatred of Jews and Israel could not be more evident than in his Jan. 9, 2015 column in The Intercept, a publication funded by Ebay founder Pierre Morad Omidyar through his First Look Media
Greenwald maintains in a horrific column that he is providing the other side of the Charlie Hebdo controversy about whether media should publish cartoons, which may be considered abhorrent to the followers of a religion. To do this, he explains that he will offer us cartoons that have not been widely published, because they were considered offensive content by members of religious groups, other than Muslims. The very misleading title of his column is:
“In Solidarity with a Free Press: Some More Blasphemous Cartoons”
But he doesn’t fulfill than promise. There are no cartoons offending Hindus, Buddhists, Catholics, Protestants or Mormons. Just Jews!
These are hateful cartoons, not just the usual hiding behind criticism of Israel, but many are the full blown evil antisemitism cartoons, the same ilk as the one in the London Sunday Times depicted here in a recent post. Some readers thought that was an “exception”, but the following proves that the plague is everywhere:
If you believe that these cartoons spread hatred and incite violence and antisemitism you may offer your opinion by contacting:
U.S. Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Asst. Attorney General, Main
Washington, D.C. 20530
Anti-Defamation League complaint: ADL
What more will be done to dehumanize the Jews? It seems almost like 1933 all over again, but this time in England with publication of this cartoon in the London Sunday Times! For a change, an organization other than the BBC is in the forefront of British pro terrorist propaganda.
Sadly, some apologists, who claim to be Jewish, thought this wasn’t designed to inflame more antisemitism.
Instead, they arrogantly declared this hateful drawing just took a purely political stance, and the cartoonist didn’t really mean to actually suggest bodies of dead Palestinians were used to build a wall in Israel.
The next cartoon – blood libel?