35 Burst results for "Semitism"

Why America Is the Best Place for Jews

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Why America Is the Best Place for Jews

"Can I always try to tie in my own experience if I can't think of a worse thing to have done to Jewish kids than even and I was born right after the Holocaust. Amazingly, when I think about it, but had I been raised in a family, it said, you know, we're Jews and the going, the non Jews are out to get us. I would not have been the guy I am. I was raised by Jewish parents who obviously lived through not in Europe, but they lived through the period of the Holocaust. And I was told implicitly and explicitly that this is the best place that you could live. And they were right. Then Israel was created in fine. So putting Israel aside. The best place. And my father wrote a senior class thesis on anti semitism, America. There was plenty of it. And Roosevelt's administration was filled with it. This country didn't allow Jews in any numbers. Send a ship of Jews back to be slaughtered by the Nazis, the St. Louis. It's a terrible story. But nevertheless, it was a blessing to be a Jew here. It's a blessing to be a black here.

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How the State of Germany's Economy Lifted the Nazi Vote

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

How the State of Germany's Economy Lifted the Nazi Vote

"Bye bye. I just want to make clear to, again, my listeners, anti semitism is what animated the Nazis, but anti shamanism is not what animated the vote for the Nazis. I've read historian after historian Hitler actually played it down to get votes. It was again the economic state of the country. The inflation in a nutshell that, by the way, on that, as you well know, in 1928, the Nazi vote in Germany, the elections they had for the lifestyle was 2.6%. And we saw what terrible economic times did within two years, the Nazis were the biggest party three elections. Thank you. It's incredibly important for people to know that, but of course they don't know it.

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How Inflation Created the Conditions for the Rise of the Nazis

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:15 min | 3 weeks ago

How Inflation Created the Conditions for the Rise of the Nazis

"Inflation is not just a monetary issue. I mean, I know you know this. I'm saying this for the benefit of my listeners. When I think of terrible inflation, I think of what brought the Nazis to power. I know a lot about that era, and it was not anti semitism, that brought the Nazis to power. It was, in my opinion, the inflation in the Weimar Republic, the republic that was created after World War I in Germany. So when people think inflation, they should understand the social repercussions of terrible inflation. Have I overstated the case? No, you haven't. And you're right, the German hyperinflation of the early 1920s created the conditions for the rise of Adolf Hitler. You combine that with a great depression and you had this horrible near collapse of civilization in the west. And in terms of inflation's impact, you make a very important point and we do so in this book, which we try to write in a very reader friendly jargon free way. It's not just economics rising prices, but also with undermines what we call social trust.

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Matt Palumbo: The Left Are Primary Beneficiaries of Corporate Money

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Matt Palumbo: The Left Are Primary Beneficiaries of Corporate Money

"You know when it comes to Soros I find it ironic that when you write a book like you did backed up thoroughly resource with facts and footnotes That the left in order to get you to stop talking about one of their big donors will claim ridiculous absurdities like oh it's anti semitism which is hilariously stupid on its face Especially when it comes to me and you people who have actively supported I mean it's just a joke But it's really strange If you happen to be a conservative who happens to be black you're also a racist right away So you can't win the argument You are a minority group and you're a conservative You're definitely a racist Yet if you're a conservative regardless of what you've done historically to back minorities speaking about any liberal you are definitely an anti semite It's a lose lose isn't it Pretty much It is hilarious that I mean for the past I know 20 years preceding the past 5 the last was very vocal about getting money out of politics And I think in the most recent elections I go they realize that the primary beneficiaries of it I mean I remember when put together a chart and it was just showing like the hundred most influential organizations in America which was like the NYPD we were various colleges There are big corporations And I think all but two older nations went to Democrats I think the NYPD and some other law enforcement agency were the only marginally right wing major institutions in the country So you know they are the beneficiaries of billionaire money We really only like a Sheldon adelson On our side who was also Jewish yet no one really called an anti semitic to criticize him So no I mean these people ultimately don't really believe anything when they're throwing these claims out

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Sebastian and Boris Epshteyn Discuss Whoopi Goldberg's Heinous Comments

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 3 months ago

Sebastian and Boris Epshteyn Discuss Whoopi Goldberg's Heinous Comments

"I have no mercy. No pity. None. I have this much pity, which is none for Whoopi Goldberg. Karen, what's the name Karen something her real name? People on the right has said, oh, you can't do. You can't celebrate this when they're trying to cancel Joe Rogan. Sorry, I don't buy it. Castle culture is trying to destroy people for political opinions, saying the Holocaust wasn't racist, isn't a political statement. It's heinous. Boris, am I wrong? Have I missed something here? You're totally not wrong. You know, here's the problem. The left does not believe that they are supposed to play an act by the same rules as our applied to conservatives and maga. And we've got to be universal. Now I will tell you and I treated this. We actually got this horrible rise of anti semitism that's happening. And it's happening from the left, okay? Right. You've got this hateful anti Israel at that seminar arise that is very, very concerning, very troubling. Whoopi Goldberg herself, nobody really cares about what we call it. No, she's a sideshow. The view is a joke. And I actually tweeted, I hope will be Goldberg being so wrong about the Holocaust as the worst thing that happens to our people for the forese future. I'm not optimistic about that. Right. But having said that, the problem is, when you do not recognize that the Holocaust was a systematic undertaking to race a people to annihilate a race, the Jewish people, you are minimizing the Holocaust. You're trivializing the Holocaust. And here's what I'll say. And maybe, you know, I think I write about this, but people can disagree. How about just keeping the Holocaust out of people's mouths, you know? How about being respectful to the 6 million men, women and beautiful children slaughtered by the hateful Germans and all their heads? If you undermined the antislavery, if you said that oh that's a God forever. Could you imagine if she said that about slavery or well, slavery wasn't about race? It was about, oh, I don't know economics. Would we be okay with that Boris? Would anybody?

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World remembers Holocaust as antisemitism rises in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

World remembers Holocaust as antisemitism rises in pandemic

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FBI Under Fire for Claiming Texas Synagogue Attack Wasn’t Related to Anti-Semitism

The Trish Regan Show

02:07 min | 4 months ago

FBI Under Fire for Claiming Texas Synagogue Attack Wasn’t Related to Anti-Semitism

"You look at what just happened as well in Texas there over the weekend. And the horrific hostage event that was rooted in anti semitism and this terrorist that flew all the way from the UK to come here to terrorize these poor people, the FBI actually had the audacity to claim that the Texas hostage situation was not specifically targeting Jews. I mean, who was a targeting men for goodness sakes? I mean, this is an Islamic from man who, yes, I get it. He's crazy, right? And his family said he suffered from mental health issues, of course. Anybody who's doing any of this stuff is crazy. But the fact is, is that that mental health problem was also rooted in this anti semitism, which frankly was perhaps inspired. I mean, let's just be honest here inspired from a religion that really doesn't like people that aren't like them. I mean, this is what the Ayatollah, professors, and death to America and death to Israel and then this guy who's yes, clearly crazy, but adopts it and the fact that the FBI said and I'm going to quote here, we do believe from our engagement with the subject that he was singularly focused on one issue and it was not specifically related to the Jewish community, I'm sorry that it's like the FBI is trying to give him an excuse. And we can't give any more excuses for this. The antisemitism and the anti americanism that's out there is out of control and yet we've tolerated it. We've allowed it for goodness 6. We've got lawmakers who actually are out there kind of promoting this. Let's be clear, Ilhan Omar. Do you remember when she said it's all about the benjamins? Remember that was clearly clearly an anti semitic dig. And that, that's tolerated, like this woman is allowed to say things like this.

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Governor Glenn Youngkin Signs 11 Day One Executive Actions in Virginia

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Governor Glenn Youngkin Signs 11 Day One Executive Actions in Virginia

"I've been in kind of a wait and see approach to kind of see what is young and going to do when he actually takes office. Well, on Saturday, Glenn youngkin was sworn in as governor of Virginia. Immediately, Glenn youngkin went to signing executive orders, aimed at keeping key campaign pledges on reading from Charlie Kirk dot com. To push back on highly divisive critical race theory and to investigate loudon county public school members and officials. Glenn youngkin within minutes of becoming governor, he decided to do what so Republicans hesitate to do. Which is to fulfill on your campaign promises. Number one, Glenn youngkin has banned all uses of critical race theory and public education in Virginia. To restore excellence in education Glenn youngkin, signs an executive order ending the use of divisive concepts, including critical race theory and public education. Number two Glenn youngkin is said to empower Virginia parents against this kind of theme of the parents party. In their kids education, it is now the rule in Virginia to allow parents to make decisions on whether their kids should wear a mask in schools. Mask mandates for children are dead in Virginia. To restore confidence and integrity in the parole, board of the Virginia comment on the come of Virginia, not exactly sure who that one is relevant to the theme we're talking about, but it sounds interesting. The next one to investigate wrongdoing in loudon county. Remember the covering up of the father who came and complained about his daughter that was raped, the 14 year old daughter, and then they reassigned the male student who raped again. Glenn youngkin is wasting no time. He is doing a full investigation into that. Now, maybe someone could explain to me why Glenn youngkin decided to dress like Leonardo DiCaprio from Django Unchained. I don't quite understand the wardrobe selection. I don't have Twitter any of that. Maybe the Internet has already figured that out, but it's a spitting image, almost identical. Next Glenn youngkin is saying Virginia's open for business, no more lockdowns, and now than a couple to prevent human trafficking and support provide support for survivors. And then finally, there is a commission to combat anti semitism and then finally, to withdraw from regional greenhouse gas

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Joy Reid Justice Is Leaving You With Murderers, Buglars, and Rapists

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 6 months ago

Joy Reid Justice Is Leaving You With Murderers, Buglars, and Rapists

"So the police are systemically racist Their budget should be eliminated or at least slashed You should be left to the devices of murders rapists burglars whatever it is You your wife or your girlfriend your kids We see where this has gotten us so far with just a little taste of joy read justice Murder through the roof right through the roof Businesses being forced out of neighborhoods that need the businesses there including pharmaceutical retail stores These people live in wealthy areas I don't know where joy Reed Liz but I know where she doesn't live I'm certain of it And so they live the life of the top one tenth of 1% in the country But they're down for the revolution As long as they don't have to be in the revolution as long as they don't have to live in the revolution as long as they don't have to experience the consequences of their revolution Everything's fine Make up on hair done Close paid for it by the network Cameras on spew your hate your racism your bigotry your anti semitism and overall your anti americanism then you're all done how do I do How was I was I good Oh you were just great joy Just terrific Thank you Where's my car I want to go home Oh okay Where's the driver

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How Do Culturally Sanctioned Gender Costumes Hurt Adolescents?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:59 min | 7 months ago

How Do Culturally Sanctioned Gender Costumes Hurt Adolescents?

"The ABO chiefs to fight anti semitism now fights cultural appropriation and gender norms. It is a harmful organization in this country. It should shut down. And something should take its place. There is something that already is taking its place, the reason it's all center, for example. There they are actually fighting anti semitism, not cultural appropriation. And gender norms remember everything that the left touches it ruins the ABL of the latest example. This is from their tweet. Organization run by left wing guy named Jonathan greenblatt, who has thoroughly ruined the organization, but I don't blame him alone because everybody went along with him, including the people. Who sit on its board and who give money to this wasteland. While costumes targeted to boys place hemp for him heavily emphasis on superheroes and action figures, choices like these convey the message that boys should be scary and gruesome. This is what the ABL is summing tweets out about. I guess there's so little anti semitism in America that they could afford to do this. Maybe that's true, by the way. There may be that little anti semitism. Many children are attracted to traditional gender costumes, think girls who love princesses or boys who are obsessed with action heroes, when that is the case. It is best not to reinforce that these are the only appropriate options available. What does that mean? Not to reinforce and that these are the only appropriate options available and why is the ADL even commenting on this? Because it's a left wing group. It's not a fighter against anti semitism.

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LA Times Columnist Jackie Calmes Supports Reporters Covering Republicans Differently Than Democrats

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 7 months ago

LA Times Columnist Jackie Calmes Supports Reporters Covering Republicans Differently Than Democrats

"We can't wait to hear from Jackie combs Go ahead In a sense I mean there's no question that journalists are recognizing the radicalization of the Republican Party By the way she sounds like a sharpie doesn't she Look there's a there's no question journalists are recognizing the radicalization of the Republican Poe It's so radical the Republican Party Secure the border fiscal conservatism quality education not ideology education Oh it's so damn rack Don't destroy our economic system Please don't write and burn down our buildings and kill people You know stuff like oh the radical is saying now she doesn't talk about the radicalization of the Democrat party The anti semitism the racism the Marxism all the other isms No no no no Because she's one of them She's one of them And then she comes off like some kind of a pseudo intellectual Yes yes they all want to sound like Bill Buckley was a real intellectual Yes yes There's no question that journalists are recognizing the radicalization of the Republican Party You know the Republican Party in a sense was born of radicalization It was created to a post slavery To post slavery That is to oppose the Democrat

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EU unveils strategy to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

EU unveils strategy to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe

"The European Union unveils a strategy to tackle rising anti semitism the European Union unveiled a new strategy to combat growing anti semitism in Europe the plans are designed to better tackle hate speech raise awareness about Jewish life protect places of worship and ensure the Holocaust isn't forgotten another focus of the plan is to ensure that you aid and development funds to go abroad can't be used for activities that might incite hatred and violence against the Jewish people according to Europe's fundamental rights agency nine out of ten juicy anti semitism on the rise in their country I Walter Ratliff

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This Is What the Democrats Are Up to Today

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 8 months ago

This Is What the Democrats Are Up to Today

"What the democrats are doing today. Do you think you're tackling jew an anti semitism nunu. Do you think they're tackling the invasion on our border now. No the democrats are not allowed to do that. I allowed recognize think. They're demanding that if you break in america as a criminal immigrant you gotta do test. No dealing with inflation out of control. Inflation is since one thousand nine hundred eighty ish now. Nope nope nope. Nope not doing that. From the la times. The house today expected to vote to legalize abortion nationwide until fetal viability to when your baby gotta say fetal viability versus the baby. Living outside. mommy's belly says the legislation is almost certain. Fail in the senate. It would mark a historic victory for abortion rights supporters following decades. Long fight so of all this going on. Do you think the democrats standing together. Go dude stop with his ju- aiding knock it off. They liberal jews in. Congress stood up to demand that the semites leave immediately resigned. Newt this is. How far mashed things are the english word in that. I know we need to do. Stand that whole. We'll hand thing and the border invasion and you'll eagles aren't ecuador. Let's let's come together and make sure that people can kill the unborn up until what something weeks you kidding me. This is what they're focusing on. What a corrupt group done up there in d say

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Republicans Blast Democrats for Pulling Iron Dome Funding

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 8 months ago

Republicans Blast Democrats for Pulling Iron Dome Funding

"Applaud once leader mccarthy again for taking a stand and doing what not a single other week week. Humiliated democrat did which was to stand up to the filth to the garbage. Anti semitism which is really targeted. Jewish against the jewish state. That was on tuesday. So thank you leader. Mccarthy thank you republicans for saying no place for hate against the jew or israel in in the house of representatives where was chuck schumer. When all that was going on i thought he was a chamara energy style. Gas big mo a guardian of israel. Where was against this. Hey where was jerry. Nee adam schiff schakowsky and all the others who who were calling trump any semite which was garbage i president have orthodox jewish children orthodox jewish grandchildren and such a such a fan of as roma staunch support of israel that he singlehandedly. Move the embassy member from tel aviv. Jerusalem not a single democrat not even the jewish liberal democrats went to jerusalem when they opened the new embassy and moved it to israel's capital. Why because they hated trump more loved or supported or want stand with israel. So thank you. Republicans for standing up against the hate of the democratic

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Rep. Ted Deutch Strikes Back at Rep. Rashida Tlaib's Anti-Semitic Comments

Mark Levin

02:06 min | 8 months ago

Rep. Ted Deutch Strikes Back at Rep. Rashida Tlaib's Anti-Semitic Comments

"Our country must suppose selling weapons to anyone anywhere without human rights law compliance The Israeli government isn't a part time regime not my words the words of Human Rights Watch and Israel's own Human Rights Watch organization bed sullen I urge my colleagues Please stand with me and so reporting you how much time do I have rich Ted deutsches a sort of moderate rather wimpy Democrat not a Florida And even he had enough of this Cut 13 go But mister speaker I can not I can not allow one of my colleagues to stand on the floor of the House of Representatives and label the Jewish democratic State of Israel in apartheid state I reject it today this caucus this body the House of Representatives will overwhelmingly stand with our ally the State of Israel in replenishing this defensive system If you believe in human rights if you believe in saving lives Israeli lives and Palestinian lives I say to my colleague who just besmirched our ally then you will support this legislation may have 15 more seconds 30 seconds Is recognized for an additional 30 seconds Mister speaker we can have an opportunity to debate lots of issues on the House floor But to falsely characterize the State of Israel is consistent with those Let's be clear It's consistent with those who advocate for the dismantling of the one Jewish state in the world And when there is no place on the map for one Jewish state that's anti semitism And I reject that

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Marxists Deem All Who Disagree, Even People of Color, Racist

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 8 months ago

Marxists Deem All Who Disagree, Even People of Color, Racist

"These convenient racist categories they stick us and started with the federal government And the Democrat party pursues them in their own interests And the American Marxist just love it Love it And they have these low IQ Hateful people all over cable and network television all races and if they don't have enough they bring them in from the outside So called professors and experts and authors and all the rest I am sick of it This country the vast majority of the people in this country are tolerant are benevolent are not racists Otherwise why would this white dominant white supremacy culture allow so many people of color to enter Willy Nelly For a decade after decade after decade If white supremacists and white are really in control I really racist Why would they tolerate any of this And yet listen to the racism that comes from the American marxists Absolutely intolerant Even if people of color blacks Hispanics Asians what have you if they don't go along with the revolution If they don't go along with the Democrat party we saw Larry elder in California This Marxism racism and I'll add anti semitism is now firmly entrenched in the Democrat party in the American media in academia and in entertainment And it's getting worse and worse and worse

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Professor Ruth Wisse Explains Why Liberals Are Less 'Pro-Israel' Than Conservatives

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 8 months ago

Professor Ruth Wisse Explains Why Liberals Are Less 'Pro-Israel' Than Conservatives

"I'm talking to ruth weiss ruth. I'm gonna play the role of eric. You play the role of ruth. You've written this book. Free as jew. You have a background teaching at harvard. you eventually became a conservative. You are pro israel. I think that needs to be said. Why is it. I get the impression that religious jews conservative. Jews are pro israel. Liberal jews tend almost to be pro palestinian or very worried about israel In the way that the harvard faculty was worried about the rotc. Well i mean well the connection you're making is exactly right. I think Why is that. well. I don't put it so much as pro israel that i cannot for the life of me understand how any decent human being could be anything but pro israel. The great question is why did the arab world Why did the arab league organiz in nineteen forty five against the state of israel. You tell me and why. I have my theories. Well i have many theories. I wrote a book about that too. Actually called jusin power Trying to explain anti semitism. And which i define as the organization of politics against the jews and my sense is that you always have to look at the function of anti semitism. Who does it serve. And what purposes does it serve and it seems very clear that the only glue of the arab league in nineteen forty five was common opposition to the state of israel and that's still in some profound terrifying way. The only actual unifying element on a political level within that terribly disparite and and and really frac fragmented and fractured world. So it plays a very important part among arab and muslim societies and unfortunately lately it has been imported into the united states of america quite successfully and driven home

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Dutch King Unveils Holocaust Name Monument in Amsterdam

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

Dutch King Unveils Holocaust Name Monument in Amsterdam

"King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands officially unveiled a new memorial in the hearts of Amsterdam to on a more than a hundred and two thousand Dutch victims of the Holocaust Dutch prime minister mark which says that the monument would remind citizens today to be vigilant against anti semitism this name on a man says a hundred and thirty thousand one hundred and sixty three times no we will not forget you know we would accept that your name is a raise and no evil does not have the last word the memorial is made up of rules that spelled out the Hebrew word meaning in memory all of it is the creation of parties Jewish architect Daniel Libeskind who had every broken the wall inscribed with the name of the Holocaust victim memorial visitor postal Pullman says the monument means a lot to him very emotional very but we have now something in reality all the names it is something that we had to wait for this so many years but finally just realize fine Karen Thomas

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"semitism" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

07:34 min | 11 months ago

"semitism" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Issue of police violence and with cases. Like george floyd brianna taylor who were murdered at the hands of police. But we're also experiencing horrible modern day. Lynchings which is exactly what happened to ahmad. Aubrey not only are we experiencing racial injustice and police violence and the continued threat of other forms of racism and bigotry. Be it the the new wave of white women and white people calling the police on black people and being caught doing so on cell phones that we are you know videos. We're posting all over the place so not only a black folk dealing with that. But african americans have been walloped by the corona virus pandemic. I know every single funeral. And eulogy. That i oversaw over. The past few months was from a black family who lost their mothers fathers sons daughters grandparents. Aunts uncles cousins best friends classmates. No community has been hit harder by the corona virus pandemic then the black community and it has in certain cities including throughout new york and detroit and new orleans and throughout the deep south now No community has been consistently hit harder. We're now nearing one hundred. Forty thousand lives lost and tens of thousands of those lives are from black families who lost their most cherished loved ones and on top of that african americans are dealing now with record-setting unemployment as nearly forty million jobs over forty million jobs now have been lost again. Disproportionate of the number of african americans who've lost their jobs as disproportionate to the population and on top of that african americans who have not lost their jobs are often essential workers who are forced to provide for their families by literally going to work in the face of the pandemic each and every single day not able again Compared to white americans black americans have not had the privilege of working from home at anywhere near the rate of their white counterparts and so throughout the entire pandemic black folk have been on the front lines at hospitals not only doctors and nurses but custodians of front desk security workers and everything in between the same is true for postal workers for grocery workers in every other profession. You could think of. And in dealing with the racial injustice of cases like ahmad. Oprea the police violence. From brianna. Taylor george floyd and so many other names cases and the fallout from the corona virus pandemic and unemployment and and on top of that violence in our own communities that that is taking the lives of children. You may have seen at one year. Old child was shot. And killed in. Brooklyn where i live a one year old baby and all of that is so overwhelming and this is the best illustration i have. Can you imagine. I'm asking you the listener specifically imagine you are in your house and it is literally on fire. Imagine the fire is a a raging inferno in it is ripping through your house and imagine your loved ones still in the house. Never mind your your treasures and possessions but your loved ones are still there. Imagine being asked to care about almost anything other than that. Imagine if your house is on fire in you are in the house and your loved ones are in the house spread all over and it looks like you might not even get out. Imagine somebody asking you in that moment to care about homelessness to care about cancer to care about anything to care about the environment in that moment when your house is literally burning down all around you please understand that our capacity right now to care deeply about anything and anybody else is overwhelmed. Listen i am all for being intersectional. I'm all for us carrying. And i care deeply about all people in all the struggles in issues and forms of bigotry and racism and discrimination issues of the environment issues of poverty issues of health care. I care deeply about all of that but there are moments. Imagine you're having a heart attack enduring your heart attack. Somebody puts a mike in front of your face while you're suffering to your heart attack and ask you to care about Refugees somewhere in the world of course refugees like really that issue matters but imagine you being asked to care about it in the middle of your heart attack. And i say that to say that some people are gifted and skilled at finding ways to care about multiple causes and communities even when their houses on fire and god bless those people. I don't say that. Facetiously i mean it. God bless you other people when they're having a heart attack when their houses on fire so to speak all they can think about is saving the people immediately around them. So i need you to understand that right now. Black people black people are act capacity are over capacity. Every single day i have black folk will reach out to me and say but they're on the verge of of a of a breakdown nervous breakdown that they're overwhelmed. We are dealing also with the crisis of mental health and even of suicide in our own communities. People are over well and all. I'm asking you is to understand that it's not that your problem doesn't matter it does. It matters deeply. But i'm.

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"semitism" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"semitism" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"The reason we know about it is because the sanskrit literature and from her view. It's kinda like judaism where it was. It was wisdom that people were giving. It wasn't race. It was genius of theus optical society. She's part of the area. Samaya what we should do it. I'll look into it sandwich. I guess you call the africa. Society is largely for western converts to hinduism as opposed to arya samaj is actually a hindu organization. Who was one of the actually was one of the more right wing. Ones that That was most vehemently opposed to christianity and british rules and leading the. But it's interesting topic and so we're prepare for that debate. And i made clear from my debate with ben watkins because i did normal debate in high school. It's called the flow. And i went over the arguments and color coordinated him so it's going kind of be a debate prep show. I'm going to teach people how to formulate arguments. And did you do formal debate lake in high school or anything like that. Yes i did. Did you flow. You take the yeah you do like a chart. We have to have resources and it's interesting. It's my mother was a lawyer in different forms of shorthand. But it's important and it's a loss scale will mean especially now high schools. The they're doing these debate clubs which are excellent. As i'm going to be trying to teach people that by actually going over my debate showing how it did it for myself and helping jennifer and i think i got a guy actually in boston to four x shark who is actually quite an entrepreneur. Might be already a multi multimillionaire in his the. Maybe not even thirty yet calls himself fork shark but among the show can he does bitcoin so but he he needs help in public speaking. He's but i know nothing about is very good in finance but he's pretty introverted Let me he's he could talk about his Bitcoin and in theory starts. I know i. I'm gonna like with the modern with the debate. Prep also if he comes on to teach him kind of the basics about public speaking. I said that if you're very introverted of proficiency breeds confidence competence brings confidence. If you if you're very scared to be in front of a crowd of being extremely confident in knowing what you're talking about is usually the best thing that you could do to prepare so that so good they'd like everyone else will. I do want to put him on this show of all right. I'll talk to you soon. Have a good read. All right thanks..

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"semitism" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"semitism" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Behalf yelled on my behalf as an american because dwight eisenhower invaded the beaches of normandy. And that led to the deaths of nazis. They were killed on my behalf because we had a war. The question is how do you stop the war. Not that innocent or guilty people would kill people killed in war. that's war or israel dargie uses deterrence theory. Saying like that you want to kill me in the reason that you don't is because you know that would be you. That would die not me at as there's nothing i could do to change the fact that you wanna kill me the only thing that is to deter you from doing it by making us scared. That's the israeli strategy called deterrence theory and there s more. And it's worked very well. Every time in isreaeli jew is killed because they're living in in their country and trying to conduct a life. The enemy is gonna know that they're going to be struck back. Double that is you're right. That's the turns and to me that makes sense you know that does deter A deterioration and does deter violence to a certain extent and liberal american jew. That's just like incompatible thrilling with dirty andor standing of you know people get killed and say oh. Well passable sven. I'm not a pass this. They're going to say oh by. My family is killed. But i'm just gonna sit back and do nothing. Because i don't want to have the cycle of violence trump's bank in your kid or beating your kid. We're it say that you know my mind at ease. The torah makes it sound. Like you should be your kid as part of raising your kid and your kids going to act rx. That's in the way to be a good parent is to give him a strong hand of disciplined israel. If you spank your kid. We're going to take your kid away from you. You go right back benson context. That's part of the wind is just war theory. The aggressor is attacking you and your home. They're trying to kill you and in that context you have a right to stop them from doing it self defense. If if all other means are exhausted. And i believe i have. Nothing is perfect by the way in this regard but for the most part israel has defended its sell. It's always defended the life and property of its citizens and by doing that. They have stopped those who are trying to violate those rights. I mean the gaza. We talked about this. Israel handed gaza over to the palestinian authority on a silver platter. Gaza is beach front property. They turned it into the french riviera. It was a it was the start of a of a of a level of sovereignty of palestinian arabs. We also should know at the same time. They turn jericho over to the palestinian authority and they would have done more. They strip the area of its jewish population. Making it udon line. They ethnically cleanse. Think it was about ten thousand jews who had lived in gaza. They stay lost their businesses. They lost their homes. They had to go back to israel and they've been displaced problems. Social problems connected to that. They gave the palestinian authority training in how to how to govern gaza. They gave them police training. They gave the money. Money came in from all over the world including the united states. They had every opportunity to turn gaza into what could have been an autonomous palestinian state but instead they had hamas takeover and use gaza as a much grad to start firing thousands of missiles into israel..

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"semitism" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"semitism" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"For over one hundred years our population in america's actually in the decline in metro detroit. There was probably as much as two hundred thousand jews Close to eighty years ago. Now it's down to seventy thousand and that's voting black. And as it turned there was no voice. Four arabs the middle east So in terms of money. So if you're just terms of money Could be okay. Some wealthy arabs could probably not. But even if you're wealthy arabs could put down more money than americans you're talking about. A demographic black were jews. There's millions of jews in america in until recently there probably wasn't more than a total million arabs and muslims but together. You had some with the demographics american. If we agree that the jews only have never made up more than maybe at most three percent of the population of the united states. Probably that's one hundred times larger than the arabs. Are muslims that i don't think that's relevant. The point is not a relevant issue. If you have two million jews in newark in you only have thirty thousand muslims. How are they going to make a difference. I'll tell you why because there's only two percent of jews in this country verse out of one hundred percent why then do consistent polls right up to recently show that the overwhelming number of american people support israel. I mean if jews are only two percent and you have the american people up to seventy eight percent supporting israel that you know. How do you explain that. I mean that's why politicians support israel usually at is because we were using like in the time of truman till the last few years it was probably because we're white. I don't think that's true. I mean i think that non white people support israel as well. I mean maybe not quite as much but you know. I don't think it you pulled african americans. I betcha they support israel. Mostly the majority and hispanics and asians. It's an american thing it's a it's remained so and the arabs. Have nothing to do with this. They e- even arabs arguing. That you're arguing that let's say israel has nuclear weapons and let's say they're even completely made by israel. Israel developed enriches. Uranium has nothing to do with anything else that america should help israel. Keep that secret. That biden had signed that letter saying israel's national interest yes..

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"semitism" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"semitism" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Very respectable poll polling organization which show that i think that israel is supported by eighty five percent of republicans and just about fifty percent of democrats so israel has been and is supported by the vast majority of the american people. Not just jews in fact if anything. The religious christians are even in many cases. More supportive of israel than the american jewish community. So it's not just a bunch of rich jews as you just said which is an anti-semitic odd that is is why we support israel. We support israel very complex and very broad reasons. And i'm really you know. I'm a little too because you never wrote a check charles. I'm sorry you might be a republican but republican jewish commentators are completely worthless the republicans that are worthwhile are the ones who write big checks. And that's why in his early. No i'm saying like i'm a lobbyist. I do things israel and the jewish people in we usually get it done by writing big checks. Have you ever get something done for israel or the jewish people. I can tell you who's writing the really big checks in this country. The anti israel crowd people that are members of the council barred relations. The liberal establishment is not writing checks. They don't write. Big checks sheldon adelson like savanna is faced with the democrat. Luckily areas a look at what about the iranians are an american talk about money and oil and and and huge. Well what about the shake of saudi arabia. Do you think that he wrote a check to the clinton foundation. Report the clinton library to ten billion dollars. You know. I think that if you're gonna talk about money yeah there's a lot more money on the anti israel side. I mean in fact that's started this conversation by saying. Oh well we could make a lot more money in this country if we throw israel under the bus inside. Iran didn't say anything about money can terms. I disagree because they have all this power and the oil and the scrape wealth. Technically that iran is more of course israel determine. The point that i'm making here is the big money is not with the jews. Yeah you have adelson short but the big big money for yourself charles. If you're poor that's your problem not mine. Speak for yourself speaking for myself. You'll be for yourself is. I'm sorry i'm looking at the at the forbes. I don't know rich jews. I'm sorry. I'll try to switch jobs. I'm saying that they're not in the same league. As as the anti israel rich people in the world if you take a look at the top wealth owners in the world and they're not they're not jews and on a few of them are but for the most of them are not and the you know they're the ones who you know are pushing the anti israel agenda so. I don't think that suggested you know. Rich jews behind support of israel. That's anti-semitic can honestly necessarily nurse you did. What was your breakfast and numbers in demographics realize that there are so many wealthy jews you know we say i know sheldon adelson. I met him. I think people that madame really big check difference. And i'm sure there are people who are writing big checks back groups in in michigan the head of the michigan. Gop we reasoner is a republican. In the reason he is head of the republican party's because he writes really really big checks. There's no dispute about that. There was elections and it came out and everyone agrees that the reason reasoner is head of the. Gop in michigan is because he has hundreds of millions of dollars. In fact that risk that you have wealthy..

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"semitism" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"semitism" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Reports quote. Labor has suspended its former leader, Jeremy Corbyn, after he said anti Semitism in the party was overstated. Following a damning report from the equality watchdog. The move is likely to ignite a civil war in the Labour Party. Korben condemned his suspension as a political intervention and said he would strongly contest the action. Mr. Corbin gave an interview then to the Guardian newspaper. What I said today Wass that anti Semitism is unacceptable in any form. What I said exactly what I said was the numbers of cases in the public perception had become overstated The existence of the problem I fully acknowledge, which is Why I took action to end the problem in the party by introducing a process to get anti seen lights out off the party. No, I'm not part of the problem. The problem is anti Semitism, historically anti Semitism in the presence on the fear that many people have off being under attack at the synagogue, or, indeed mosques, temples and lots of other places within our society. We need to tackle racism in every conceivable form. In our society and that's former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. The Guardian Story goes on to say that quote the Equality and Human Rights Commission report found labor responsible for unlawful acts of harassment and discrimination over anti Semitism. It's site serious failings in the Labour Party leadership in addressing anti Semitism and an inadequate process for handling anti Semitism. Complaints. Well, thank you for joining us on

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"semitism" Discussed on Girl At The Game

Girl At The Game

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on Girl At The Game

"It's such a sense of Pride it always has been it was the same way when Kevin Youkilis and Gabe kapler played for the Red Sox and then Craig Breslow the same way like Hank Greenberg and Sandy Koufax were always talked about in my family home. Have Ryan Lavarnway who we had on a couple of weeks ago, like seeing those people represent. Your people is such a huge sense of Pride, especially from like a small religion like Judaism and a people that is so hated around the world. It makes you feel safe to see yourself represented by these people and especially with Julian Edelman because he has spoken out so many times about being pro-israel and being proudly Jewish and like wearing clothes in honor of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting in 2018. I covered the Patriots right after that happened and Julian War the World Baseball Classic hat from the Israeli National Team he and I asked him about it and he just gave me in my crease of pretty brief answer but just to see him making those gestures even post game in the room when he knows he's going to be on T. And yeah, there's very high everywhere wearing that hat. So in 2018, he honored the Pittsburgh shooting and then in 2019, his cleats were for team Israel baseball cuz he's dead. The Olympic run and I mean that stuff just like it's stuff that I will always remember because it matters like seeing yourself represented by somebody of your own faith it matters and I will always be a Julian Edelman fan because of that. He puts a positive face to the Jewish people and we don't have a lot of those like, I know I told you about that funny like jokes scene from airplane with the tiny Leaf Life famous Jewish athletes a lot of famous Jewish people are famous for bad reasons like Bernie Madoff. So having someone like Julian Edelman like a Super Bowl champion amazing football player having people like him. It's important because it puts a good face to our name like to have him make that offer to DeSean Jackson to be like, I'll take you to the Holocaust Museum in D C and then you'll take me to the Museum of African American history in DC that was so powerful to me because he could have been so mad online like he could have gotten so pissed off there have been days this week that I've gotten so pissed off about this stuff off. But what Julian Edelman did was so much more productive with his large platform taking the time to sit down and think about what he wanted to say and extend such a generous offer in the face of a really upsetting situation..

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"semitism" Discussed on Girl At The Game

Girl At The Game

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on Girl At The Game

"You can't just be against one kind of hate and not the others like you can't be Against Racism against black people and then not be against anti-Semitism towards Jewish people. That's not how it works. You have to be against all kinds of hatred. Otherwise, you don't stamp it out if you don't you nightclub. Eradicate these things then they continue to fester and either way it's society. And so it's sucked because this whole time I've been like Steven Jackson's amazing. He's taking care of Gianna Floyd & T is so inspiring and then he comes out and says this I'm like, so I care that you get to live a safe life, but you don't care that I get to live a safe life. I care that black people should be allowed to live without fear, but you don't afford me the same consideration. That's not how it needs to work. It needs to be all forms of hate and bigotry and racism are wrong and bad news lately. And I think that's why Julian edelman's response was just he clearly took his time with it and it was perfect, cord to make a statement for God's sake of making a statement but very classy one coming from a place of forgiveness and encouraging further growth and talking about how much he respected dog. On as like a football player too because a lot of people would have lost their cool about that. I think yeah problem is that if he lost his cool it would have reflected badly on Jewish people. It wouldn't have been productive as as frustrating as it is because I've spent the last like three days on Twitter having to tell people it's not okay to put swastikas on stuff and I can't believe I'm saying that twenty-twenty I learned about the Holocaust in school as a thing of the past and here I am in twenty-twenty having people try to defend the use of swastika goes to me a Jewish girl and a rabbi's daughter and it's like are you fucking serious? Like do you not understand how insensitive it is to tell a Jewish person that I should be? Okay when your freedom of speech is telling someone I hope you die in a gas chamber, which is something someone has said to me on Twitter before I don't deserve your freedom of speed. Yeah, there's just so much civil unrest right now and so much of it is racially charged. It's so weird that they would like want to just add more birth. That's that like also really I want to be really careful with my words here and I don't want to say like it discredits the work.

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"semitism" Discussed on Girl At The Game

Girl At The Game

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on Girl At The Game

"To do right now and I think Jayson Tatum said it best saying insensitive to not come back when there's millions of people out of work. So it's like really insensitive to be crapping on the accommodations when like we said millions of people in this country are out of work, but I do think the one real complaint they get to have it's a lot to ask to leave their families. I mean Robin hayward's Instagram post yesterday. I broke my heart. I know it was so sad, especially when she said that Gordon Hayward puts the kids to bed every night and sits with them until they fall asleep. And then now these little girls are just without their dad. And they got used to him being around. I mean that's the other thing is like they're these kids are used to their parents not being around all the time, but then their dads have now been home for months and they're just around all the time and now kids are used to that and I feel like that's a completely separate issue from you know, the accommodations complaints and everything because the legitimate thing here is that you have men who are leaving their families behind and you and I talked about hoping that families would be allowed to come to Disney World looking like they will a very select few maybe that it's not obviously a definite yet, but it's looking like they want to have families come back after the first round of the playoffs. Yeah still that's quite a substantial amount of time. We're looking at playoffs and September and October. So it's just rough. It's like you just feel for these kids. Do you see Brad Wanamaker bringing the pillow with his kids that was a game and posting the Instagram story off. And then kind of like I'm single and I don't go anywhere. So I'm cool. Right I know baseball is also coming back and fortunately for them. They've really lucked out. It looks like they're going to be able to say and their home ballparks when they're not on the road for away games throughout the whole season. So they really lucked out there that they'll be was not into the centralized location idea, especially because Arizona and Florida are now like the to Global hotspots of the pandemic. It's like, can you imagine putting fish in a barrel if they've been in Arizona? Did you see that chart that was like wage cities and countries that have the highest outbreak new case outbreak numbers per day and it's like sound terrible. It's Arizona and Florida and South Carolina. 3 before any other place not in the country in the whole world speaking of coronavirus..

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"semitism" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

Tribe Talk Connection

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"Dealt on campus. You do see this and to be honest where you see it. Most is coming from students and social media And you see these ideas. These lies being perpetuated particularly in moments of times in which democracies are frame. And what i mean by that is jews remain uttered and as a scapegoat and in that particular situation. Even you know sitting where we are today where we hear about corona virus and we also see some economic challenges. Jews will be and are the first to blame. I'm glad you mentioned social media. Which is the the huge elephant and everybody's corner of the room So sad when bullying occurs for whatever reason but jews are particularly subject to social media abuse as are other minority groups around the world. But how do you suggest students deal with what can be just horrific if they're beset by social media thugs so it's really important that if any type of anti semitic rhetoric or comments are made on social media that those are reported to the social media channel or platform that is being utilized whether it's facebook. Instagram twitter whatever. It may be secondly should be reported to the anti-defamation league thirdly it should be reported to the local police and why it's important to report it to the local police is because this is called digital terrorism. There has to be away for there to be consequences and people cannot have complete anonymity to create an incite terror against a particular group of people. So that's very important. So students should know and all of us should know that there are avenues. We can take to to protect ourselves to protect others absolutely absolutely and the other thing i would say about social media. Is that the work that i'm doing now with mr craft and his family the foundation to combat antisemitism as that we wanna be able to try to create digital content that can be leveraged and use by all types of individuals between the ages of thirteen to thirty five and beyond in order to help articulate. Why humanizing jews is so important because much of the world really doesn't know juice right. It's really easy to other someone that you don't know and part of our work is to make jew hatred socially unacceptable in the twenty-first century in a previous discussion. We talked about some allies. Who are non jews gentiles or or people from the middle east who have really stepped up because they're decent people with with understanding. Talk a little bit more about the fact that it's not all one sided. There are many allies. That don't get a lot of attention. Unfortunately there are a lot of allies absolutely and we need to cultivate those relationships and encourage those relationships and find greater points of intersection and relationship building and bridging Bridge building bridges together I would say that you know first of all. There's a of christians from the middle east who they themselves have experienced the arabization of the middle east to the point in which they are no longer comfortable being in the middle east to practice their religion and have left the middle east. There are also different. Christian denominations in america specifically who are eager to engage with jews and have a goal ultimately to encourage positive relationships. There are a variety of the other ethnic communities as well. But what's important to note. Is that in terms of the hatred conversation. We actually see that. There are several populations who do not have familiarity with the history of antisemitism they have not or explored what happened during the holocaust and very often. Jews are viewed as being part of a white majority and not as a minority and this point is actually really important because for many students. What's going to be very important for them. Is to be able to share with their friends. Not in a confrontational way but really to share that. They're more than just a religion. Right in the american context judaism and jews or seen as a religious group like methodists and baptists in a piscopo aliens but actually jews are also a people and reclaiming that tribalism in a positive way is very important is in educational opportunity to engage with with all of these groups and on campuses We all know that hill groups are so positive and so reinforcing and all kinds of opportunities people do not just learn but to socialize. There are opportunities out there on campuses. Despite all this where students can find solace where they can find. Hope absolutely not. I would say beyond just finding hope. There's a lot of joy whether you go to hillel whether you go to hubbard whether it's your own. Peer group of students who want to find ways to engage with one another. There's a lot of joy in judaism and you can't only focus on the oil. There's a lot of opportunity to celebrate. Chabad every week is a gift right to disconnect from your phone to disconnect from thinking about your work for a couple of hours and really enjoy the community that you had and have meaningful in person interactions and make sure people get off those cell phones. I love from oil to joy not a bad way to go. Rachel thank you so much. Thank you so much and thank you for making the time. Our guest on the podcast has been dr. Rachel fish founding executive director of the foundation to combat anti-semitist. We invite you to subscribe download rate and review our podcast. And please tell your friends about us. Senator questions and feedback. We'd love to hear from you. The website is tribe. Talk connection dot com. This is jordan rich take care..

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"semitism" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

Tribe Talk Connection

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"Built on campus. You do see this and to be honest where you see it. Most is coming from students and social media And you see these ideas. These lies being perpetuated particularly and moments of times in which democracies are frame. And what i mean by that is jews remain uttered and as a scapegoat and in that particular situation. Even you know sitting where we are today where we hear about corona virus and we also see some economic challenges. Jews will be and are the first to blame. I'm glad you mentioned social media. Which is the the huge elephant and everybody's corner of the room So sad when bullying occurs for whatever reason but jews are particularly subject to social media abuse as are other minority groups around the world. But how do you suggest students deal with what can be just horrific if they're beset by social media thugs so it's really important that if any type of anti semitic rhetoric or comments are made on social media that those are reported to the social media channel or platform that is being utilized whether it's facebook. Instagram twitter whatever. It may be secondly should be reported to the anti-defamation league thirdly it should be reported to the local police and why it's important to report it to the local police is because this is called digital terrorism. There has to be away for there to be consequences and people cannot have complete anonymity to create an incite terror against a particular group of people. So that's very important. So students should know and all of us should know that there are avenues. We can take to to protect ourselves to protect others absolutely absolutely and the other thing i would say about social media. Is that the work that i'm doing now with mr craft and his family the foundation to combat antisemitism as that we wanna be able to try to create digital content that can be leveraged and use by all types of individuals between the ages of thirteen to thirty five and beyond in order to help articulate. Why is ing. Jews is so important because much of the world really doesn't know juice right. It's really easy to other someone that you don't know and part of our work is to make jew hatred socially unacceptable in the twenty-first century in a previous discussion. We talked about some allies. Who are non jews gentiles or or people from the middle east who have really stepped up because they're decent people with with understanding. Talk a little bit more about the fact that it's not all one sided. There are many allies. That don't get a lot of attention. Unfortunately there are a lot of allies absolutely and we need to cultivate those relationships and encourage those relationships and find greater points of intersection and relationship building and bridging Bridge building bridges together I would say that you know first of all. There's a of christians from the middle east who they themselves have experienced the arabization of the middle east to the point in which they are no longer comfortable being in the middle east to practice their religion and have left the middle east. There are also different. Christian denominations in america specifically who are eager to engage with jews and have a goal ultimately to encourage positive relationships. There are a variety of the other ethnic communities as well. But what's important to note. Is that in terms of the hatred conversation. We actually see that. There are several populations who do not have familiarity with the history of antisemitism they have not or explored what happened during the holocaust and very often. Jews are viewed as being part of a white majority and not as a minority and this point is actually really important because for many students. What's going to be very important for them. Is to be able to share with their friends. Not in a confrontational way but really to share that. They're more than just a religion. Right in the american context judaism and jews or seen as a religious group like methodists and baptists in a piscopo aliens but actually jews are also a people and reclaiming that tribalism in a positive way is very important is in educational opportunity to engage with with all of these groups and on campuses We all know that hill groups are so positive and so reinforcing and all kinds of opportunities people do not just learn but to socialize. There are opportunities out there on campuses. Despite all this where students can find solace where they can find. Hope absolutely not. I would say beyond just finding hope. There's a lot of joy whether you go to hillel whether you go to hubbard whether it's your own. Peer group of students who want to find ways to engage with one another. There's a lot of joy in judaism and you can't only focus on the. There's a lot of opportunity to celebrate. Chabad every week is a gift right to disconnect from your phone to disconnect from thinking about your work for a couple of hours and really enjoy the community that you had and have meaningful person interactions and make sure people get off those cell phones. I love from roy to joy not a bad way to go. Rachel thank you so much. Thank you so much and thank you for making the time. Our guest on the podcast has been dr. Rachel fish founding executive director of the foundation to combat anti-semitist. We invite you to subscribe download rate and review our podcast. And please tell your friends about us. Senator questions and feedback. We'd love to hear from you. The website is tribe. Talk connection dot com. This is jordan rich take care..

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"semitism" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

Tribe Talk Connection

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"This tribe talk through podcasts. Such as this one webinars interactive online forums and firsthand experiences from current college students about what campus life is like today. Dr talk provides students with everything they need to know before they go to college. It introduces college students to the myriad of opportunities to build a meaningful jewish life on campus. Try talk also provides rising college students with an understanding of anti semitism anti zionism and anti israeli sentiment that they may face on campus. I am jordan rich. And i'm here today with dr rachel fish founding executive director of the foundation to combat anti-semitism. Rachel pablo we start with an overview where we are today with antisemitic and anti israeli sentiment on many college campuses..

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"semitism" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

Tribe Talk Connection

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection

"This tribe talk through podcasts. Such as this one webinars interactive online forums and firsthand experiences from current college students about what campus life is like today. Dr talk provides students with everything they need to know before they go to college. It introduces college students to the myriad of opportunities to build a meaningful jewish life on campus. Try talk also provides rising college students with an understanding of anti semitism anti zionism and anti israeli sentiment that they may face on campus. I am jordan rich. And i'm here today with dr rachel fish founding executive director of the foundation to combat anti-semitism. Rachel pablo we start with an overview where we are today with antisemitic and anti israeli sentiment on many college campuses..

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"semitism" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Survivors vers- of the Auschwitz death camp prayed and wept as they marked the seventy fifth anniversary of its liberation returning Monday to the place where they lost entire families and warning about the ominous growth of Anti Semitism and hatred in the world. About two hundred kemp survivors. -Vivor attended many of them elderly Jews and non-jews who travelled from Israel the United States Australia Peru Russia Slovenia Vigna and elsewhere many lost parents and grandparents in Auschwitz or other Nazi death camps during World War Two but were joined by children grandchildren and even great grand children. They gathered under an enormous heated tent. Straddling the train tracks that had transported people people to Birkenau the part of the vast complex. Where most of the murder Jews were killed in gas chambers and then cremated Auschwitz was liberated by the Soviet Army on January twenty seventh nineteen forty five Ronald Louder? The president of the World Jewish Congress spoke explaining planing. How often the end of the war when the world finally saw pictures of gas chambers? Nobody in their right mind wanted to be associated with the Nazis. He recalled old. But now I see something I never thought I would see in my lifetime. The open and brazen spread of anti-jewish hatred in Paris French President Emmanuel macron paid his respects at the city's show a memorial and warned about rising hate crimes in the country which increased twenty seven percent last year. The Anti Semitism is coming. Back is not the Jewish people's problem. It's all our problem. It's the nation's nations problem.

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"semitism" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on The Daily

"So you can actually see the complications this order. What makes it so sensitive? In the event where President Trump announced it a lot and I are delighted to welcome so many friends and families to this incredible house the White House to celebrate this really sacred season and a very special time to everyone here today. Happy Hanukkah at that Monica party the way that he kind of starts it as he starts talking about. You know the scourge of antisemitism as we gather there's this afternoon our thoughts turn to the grieving families in New Jersey yesterday to wicked murderers opened fire at a kosher supermarket and kill l.. For innocent souls including brave police officer me talks about this recent shooting in Jersey City. He promises to crush anti Semitism tatum. My administration will never tolerate the suppression persecution. Or silencing of the Jewish people he then kind of you know introduces the People who oh he is gathered into the room which includes some Republican donors. Were Jewish Bob Kraft my wife of blessed memory. Would these smiling now. Because does she loved America first and Israel and wanted to build bridges between the two places and have TICO allom. And I think this more than anything is going to help do that. So thank you. This is the owner of the Patriots. Yeah yeah that's right. Big Republican donor so orthodox figures who were there some evangelical leaders and then he kind of starts to talk about the things that he has done for the Jewish community and the the Big Three accomplishments that he lists are so two years ago. I recognize the true capital of Israel and we opened the American embassy in Jerusalem. Moving the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. I've also recognized Israel. Sovereignty over the Golan on Heights recognizing Israel's annexation of a region called the Golan Heights which Syria considers part of its territory. And I said to Bob. So what Bob Kraft I said. So what was bigger Bob what we did for Israel in terms of Jerusalem and moving the embassy to Jerusalem becoming the capital of Israel L. or the Golan Heights which you've been looking to do for fifty two years. They've been having meetings and the Golan Heights. Nothing happened until I came along. I said Bob Graft which is bigger which is more important to the Jewish people said neither I. So what does that mean. He said what you did by terminating. The Iran nuclear deal is bigger the bulk withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal which had been a big request of the Israeli government. So this is kind of his big windup to introduce the executive order that he's there to announce signed the executive order. I'd like to ask US Kurt to say a few words and Jonathan. We'll light the MINORA. And what's notable to you about this framing from the president this list that he wraps his into well. I mean in American presidents have always treated policies towards Israel as something that is of great interest to the American Jewish community because because it has always been a great interest to the American Jewish community but trump is really leaning into the idea that pro Israel policies are are something that serve American Jews specifically and it's specifically policies that are big requests of the Israeli right and of the kind of American pro Israel rate. But it's also for trump himself. It's kind of especially sensitive to set things up in a way a that a little bit implies that Israel is an extension of the American Jewish community because that is something that he is actually said he wants to an American Jewish group referred to the Israeli Prime Minister. As your prime minister stood with your prime minister at the White House famous they he criticized Jewish Democrats who are critical of Israel by saying that they were disloyal to Israel and I think any Jewish people that vote for a Democrat. I think think shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty so well. It's not unusual for a president to kind of tout. Their pro. Israel apologizes something. They think the American Jewish Committee will like for trump. The way that he leans into it does a little bit leave. The suggestion Chen that he sees Israel and the Jewish community is kind of one in the same right did he conflicts them. That he conflicts them. Yes so then from there he moves to the new executive order. This action makes clear title. Six of the Civil Rights Act which prohibits the federal funding of universities and other institutions. That engage in discrimination applies to institutions that traffic an anti Semitic. Hey what exactly does that mean so the way that it works this is that title. Six of the Civil Rights Act allows the federal government to withhold money from colleges that are deemed as not protecting people based on nationality race or color. So it means that if your local college did nothing to stop op the student. KKK from holding a big rally with racist banners saying Horrible Racist Things Against Black people than the federal federal government could intervene to withhold federal funding from that college in order to pressure them to act against the student K. K. K.. And tell them you know you're not allowed to hold your racist rallies on our campus and what it does is it adds Jews to that. It says we now consider Jews to be under the consideration of for nationality race or color for the purposes of this act and then we also have this definition of antisemitism has a few specific phrases phrases and accusations that were going to consider discriminatory so colleges and universities are now required to basically stop students students from saying these things so this is an expansion of existing protections under that title. That's right to include us. That's right kind of reinterprets. Interprets it to save Jews or now but not other. Religious minorities are now included.

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"semitism" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Confusion among your colleagues, are you anti semitic? Would you support this resolution condemning anti-semitism she's walking along she's got? Semitism and other forms of bigotry, and she'd no I'm not gonna do that. She's support the resolution. Condemning anti-semitism at you. Yeah. Completely ignoring someone would you support? All forms of bigotry is Marie Antoinette? Like, would you condemn all forms of bigotry, the answer is no what we're hearing off of Capitol Hill today, Nancy Pelosi. She's the speaker of the house representatives is now saying there may be a vote today as soon as has now they want to get it behind him. This is becoming an issue. So they want to sweep it under the rug as they so often do like, the clansman and the rapist and the black face and the and the girlfriend beater, and it's good to be a democrat because no Republican would be able to do this. But she sang that there may be a vote in that what she said there may be a vote as early as today, but it will condemn all forms of meanness and unpleasantness. So that whole thing about condemning anti-semitism and congresswoman, Omar. I said yesterday this is what they do. And this is what they've done they've watered it down. And dilute it to the point where it doesn't mean anything. They're going to say mean people suck that's an old bumper sticker from when I lived in California mean people suck. And that's that the resignation should be. Semitism. Cetera et cetera. Punished. Munson hanging. And that's something that is one resolution addressing these hatred. Not mostly because it's not about her. You're a liar. You're lying. She's gonna say big fat liar. But she's a skinny little liar. She's lying. This is all about Ilhan, Omar and the anti-semitism and the Democrats don't have the spine. They don't have the backbone. They don't have the decency. They don't have the wherewithal. They don't have the caucus that is willing to condemn anti-semitism because the caucus the democrat. That's all the Democrats now so representatives and the Senate to there are too many anti-semites among them to pass a simple resolution condemning anti-semitism, so they're not going to white supremacy. Take your white supremacy and shove it lady. All right. This is about Ilhan Omar's anti-semitism. And this is the democrat party of today. They hate everyone except for the anti-semites apparently. And there is the most racist group of people in the country quite hands down right tensions flare as democrat struggle to calm Fuhrer over Omar the politico wrote Heather k goal and Sarah ferrous. Democrats typing at the politico, and they wrote about the gathering of Democrats yesterday tensions ran high at a caucus meeting Wednesday as some Democrats privately vented that speaker Nancy Pelosi and her leadership team had failed to adequately respond to the escalating political crisis with two little outreach to their own rank. And file you see it's about their own oxen being gored here. It's not about anti-semitism. It's about the Democrats. That's what it's about. Freshman Representative Johanna Hayes of Connecticut stood up and confronted Pelosi directly arguing that she shouldn't have to learn about the official democratic caucus response from MSNBC Hayes, not MSNBC's Hayes congresswoman has said she now has to vote on a resolution that she's barely read get used to it. Without a private briefing from leadership, according to five sources, they got five one two three four was not enough. They had to go back and get a fifth Pelosi countered that the democratic measure to condemn anti-semitism is not final. Now, it is. And it's not about anything anymore. Though, the text had been circulated bla-bla-bla here. It goes Pelosi also said democratic leaders were forced to respond quickly over the weekend. A task made trigger trickier with Omar on a congressional delegation trip to east Africa over the weekend. Taking government plans to use the little, you know, it's a junket. It's a show and tell it's photo up. And then things got worse as the situation. Got heated Nancy Pelosi was forced to while she was being ignored by her own caucus. She dropped the microphone and left the room. It doesn't say in a huff. But it certainly sounds like in a huff Omar did not speak in the meeting. Multiple sources said no she was spotted chatting with some Democrats one on one and receiving hugs from others. It's the hug the anti Semite caucus. This is at democrat leaders, including Pelosi are attempting to soothe relations within the caucus. I gotta tell you and then the black caucus jumped in and they wanted to condemn race. System of all kinds, and they wanted to condemn Islamaphobia. And now, that's what they've done the anti-semites one this one. All right and Nancy Pelosi dropped the mic and left the room she had to leave her own caucus because it was too crazy for even her. And they've got Democrats. They're bringing the Jewish Democrats out. Jan Schakowsky crooked democrat from Illinois. I do not believe that. You'll haunt Omar is anti-semitic. Sure. Sure. I absolutely believe that she has become as a result our target as a result of what as a result of unless I think the Republicans love that. And frankly, I think the media loves to exploit the divisions. What planet do you live on? Honestly, these people are really something and Pelosi had to flee. She had to drop the mic and flee because no one was listening to her poor poor her, and then I wouldn't do a little more research, and I found this great story from the Jewish press. New York City has hundreds of anti Jewish hate crimes and not one person caught was far rights. They haven't found in the New York Times reported this and I like to cite this because there was the New York Times skyrocketing anti semitic events in New York City vandalism and spray paint. Broken windows, and stolen things and stuff and the NYPD they have these hate crimes unit since stuff and they hunt people down and they arrest them. They haven't found a single righty. They're all lefties, the skyrocketing. Anti-semitism New York has all lefty. Then while I was looking I found this one great. Algan minor university of Vermont this is from December a couple of months ago university of Vermont flies Palestinian flag after Israeli flag raised in solidarity with victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre. That's right. That's what they do. University of Vermont to honor the Jews massacred by an anti Semite at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, flew the Palestinian flag. There you go. There. You have it. We have let's go to where we number eleven number eleven Karen bass, this was on CNN CNN. This is Karen bass on CNN on anti-semitism. We want to take a look at it in the Mannheim, Muslim language. This is congresswoman Karen bass congresswoman, democrat congresswoman, Karen bass, talking about anti-semitism and the democrat party we want to take a look at it anti-muslim language, anti racism in general. Yeah. Because really it's not about this. It's just about everything in general Hakim Jeffries is a democrat congressman he's remember the house representatives and listen to this. He declares there is no anti-semitism problem in congress. The problem is not us. It's you he blames America, America's anti-semitic. But the congress is not the Democrats, and the people were saying all these anti-semitic things are not anti-semites. We're not anti-semites. You are. There is not a rise of anti-semitism in the house of representatives of antisemitic behavior and activity and violence in the country. You see it's not them. It's you they're innocent. You are guilty. He hates the country the country's guilty. I just read the New York Times all the anti-semitism in New York skyrocketing. It's Democrats haven't caught a single right winger for any act of anti-semitism in New York, which is where the majority the lion's share it certainly the plurality of antisemitic acts hate crimes have taken place, all lefties, all liberals, and I love it. He blames America indicts America. When what we're talking about is the democratic caucus in the house of representatives classic deflection. Here comes another one Chuck Schumer. He's a democrat from New York and listen to this. It's amazing. He just said well anti-semitism, it's party. I party last party. Always you know, he's Jewish the party comes. I it's rock paper scissors the party. I the party last the party, always Chuck Schumer. No, no. It's. About anti Islam ISM blood congresswoman, Omar said,.

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"semitism" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"semitism" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Ever they like, and there's another issue. I think if people who are not necessarily supporters of Jeremy Corbyn, but kind of expect Jewish people to take one for the team and not make too much of a fuss because they think they've gotta chance of labor being elected, and that's unacceptable as I said, he didn't any other kind of form of racism or discrimination. You wouldn't expect the victims to just be quiet for the good of the wider party at it is also sad the way that it seems to seems to have been presented as Jewish problem as I said, it should be a wider a wide issue that for people to be concerned of what about left wing, some solid Baritay. Come right? What have you made of the response of the labor party leadership, Jeremy Coleman and those around him are the themselves. Do you think culpable of any of these kind of sentiments, or is it just either a a failure with a deliberate or just naive to understand? What is actually at large among the most vocal supporters complex. And it's partly a failure to understand. And it's partly. I realize Asian as well that if you go too far, then you will alienate, quite a large support base much of this debate has centered on whether Jeremy Corbyn is or isn't a raging anti Semite and people defending him desperately because they say how can such a nice man and anti-racism campaigner be guilty of these accusations that I think that's failure relevant. I've come across very few card-carrying, anti Matz in my life. It's not about whether somebody is or isn't as whether this kind of discourse in this kind of behavior is tolerated. And whether leadership is taken this is no, no, this specifically is an acceptable. You gave an interview to the Jewish news yesterday, which I think was very Saudi a missed opportunity in talking about anti semitism. He immediately switched the discussion to Israel the Middle East, which is exactly as I was saying the kind of thing, but we don't want to and he did not distance himself strongly enough from that sector of his support that has been creating a lot of a lot of this. Trouble lot of online as well. Lord of social media breeze. But I feeling that belatedly he and other elements in the leadership are realizing this is much bigger problem. And of course, the right wing press's seized on exploiting it as they would do. But it's proving I think ultimately approved quite damaging now it will for a good couple of years. It's too similar way and not much has happened. But now, I think the tide is changing the thing you mentioned of how people refuse to believe anything bad about Jeremy Corbyn because they've decided, you know, he's a nice man, and a fervent anti racist and so forth and so forth. Is there an element of this? Do you think that he's those people thinking the same things about themselves that we are? Nice. And we are good. We are of the left. We are anti-racists. Therefore, we we cannot possibly be guilty. When of course, as I said, there are very few out and out black Hawaii antisemites around it might experience and lots of people will say, well, but you know, there is this. Yes. But Israel, and of course, you my mate at cetera. It's the same as any other form of racism in Britain. We are generally quite a polite set of people, and we try and justify our prejudices in political ways. And yeah, I'm sure a lot of these people think I can't be an anti Semite. I can't have anti semitic feelings a much better way to put it because I remember the left and the left wing doesn't do that Daniele pillared from the institute of war and peace reporting. Thanks for joining us. You're listening to the foreign desk on monocle twenty four if antisemitism is distinguished among other racism, it is by the fact that it's resentments are directed theoretically upwards towards a furtive cabal of string-pullers nonetheless, sinister for being entirely imaginary manipulating stock markets and newspapers to their own avaricious ends the Jewish conspiracy theory is the delusion that permits anti-semites to excuse themselves the prejudice as righteous defiance of nefarious power..

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