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Is there a “Ferocious Surge” in Antisemitism in the U.S. Needing New Antisemitism Laws?

FBI Crime Statistics from 2022. Rise in Anti-Muslim hate crimes since October 2023 source from Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) – Rise in Anti-Jew hate crimes since October 2023 source from Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

If there is one political topic in the U.S. today that is uniting both Republicans and Democrats, it is the topic of antisemitism and the belief that the U.S. needs tougher antisemitism laws.

Democratic President Joe Biden joined together with Zionist Republicans this week and announced that there is a “ferocious surge of antisemitism in America” today. (Source.)

But is there really?

If you listen to the pro-Israel Zionist lobby, led by such groups as the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) with their nearly $2 million annual revenue, and AIPAC with their $300 million annual revenue, not to mention the Zionist Christian lobby led by Christians United for Israel with their $10 million annual revenue, you would think that we have a national crisis right now over anti-Jewish hate crimes that requires new legislation to “protect Jews.”

When groups like this publish statements about the “ferocious surge” in antisemitism, they never actually give any hard data to back up their claims, but usually just give percentage statistics, such as this explosive headline:

US antisemitism up 337% since October 7 in all-time record, ADL says

Using percentages of increase without actual data has always been a very clever propaganda tool.

For example, to use the absurd to prove a point, suppose that last year there was one actual hate crime litigated for someone who attacked a Jewish-hot-dog-street-vendor-selling-kosher-hot-dogs-in-New-York-City, and then this year there were already 2 hate crimes charged against someone who attacked 2 Jewish-hot-dog-street-vendors-selling-kosher-hot-dogs-in-New-York-City, that would be an annual increase of 100%!

So let’s look at some of the actual data that these wild percentages are being reported on to the media.

Based on statistics supplied by the FBI for 2022, the last full year that statistics are currently available, there were 809,381 violent crimes (source), of which only 11,613 were “hate crimes” (source), or about 1.4% of all violent crimes.

And of those 1.4% of hate crimes, surely the highest number of those hate crimes were committed against Jews, right?

No, actually there were about 3x MORE hate crimes committed against Blacks, than against Jews.

Well, since these are 2022 statistics supplied by the FBI, surely antisemitic hate crimes against Jews have vastly increased since the October 7, 2023 attack by Hamas, right?

Actually, there are more reported hate crimes against Muslims since the recent war in Gaza, than there are against Jews, based on their own reporting.

  • 2,171  increase in Islamophobic incidents (Council on American-Islamic Relations)
  • 2,031 increase in antisemitic incidents (Anti-Defamation League) – Source.

So this is the actual data behind the push for a new antisemitism law that just passed the House of Representatives last week, that will seek to change the definition of “antisemitism” to broaden the kind of language that is considered “criminal speech.”

This new proposed legal definition of antisemitism is based on the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), which, ironically, states that their definition of antisemitism is a non-legally binding definition.

Adopt the following non-legally binding working definition of antisemitism:

“Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.” (Source.)

Besides this statement being a non-legally binding definition, notice how it is also referred to as a “working definition” of antisemitism.

What does “working definition” mean?

  • noun A definition that is chosen for an occasion and may not fully conform with established or authoritative definitions. Not knowing of established definitions would be grounds for selecting or devising a working definition.
  • noun A definition being developed; a tentative definition that can be tailored to create an authoritative definition. (Source.)

We could say “they are still working on a definitive meaning.”

Because it is not an “established or authoritative definition” the IHRA gives examples of what it could mean as “illustrations”.

I (and many others) have already highlighted one of those “examples” that the IHRA gives as an “illustration” which is “claims of Jews killing Jesus“, which is a New Testament biblical fact that Zionist Jews don’t accept.

But Zionist Jews do not accept ANYTHING written in the New Testament, including the fact that Jesus Christ claimed to be the Jewish Messiah.

So since this “working definition” of antisemitism is now the official definition that the U.S. Congress wants to codify as law, the IHRA can simply choose to modify their “working definition” or provide more “examples” which could criminalize any speech stating that the New Testament section of the Bible is true.

Members of the Orthodox Jewish community advocate for a free Palestine at the gates of Columbia University in New York City. Source.

This is raising serious concerns about “free speech” in the United States by those of us who are not Zionists.

It is absurd that the U.S. Congress is promoting a bill that will make a law with a non-definite “working definition” of what could be considered “criminal speech.”

As “BlueApples” recently wrote on ZeroHedge News, this bill would actually also make the Judaism religion illegal, so absurd is it.

Does The Antisemitism Awareness Act Actually Make Judaism A Crime?

A quote apocryphally attributed to Huey Long rues the premise that “when fascism comes to the United States, it will be draped in the American flag.”

After the passage of H.R. 6090: the Antisemitism Awareness Act with overwhelming bipartisan support, it appears that fascism has come to the United States after all, albeit draped in an Israeli flag instead.

Although the Antisemitism Awareness Act has yet to pass the Senate or be signed into law by President Biden, its stamp of approval by the uniparty seemingly makes that an inevitability.

Of the 91 nay votes against the bill, only 21 of those were made by Republicans (compared to 70 by Democrats), brazen example of hypocrisy from the party that has held itself in regard as the nation’s last vanguard of free speech given the law’s assault on the First Amendment.

In addition to the obvious problems the bill poses regarding freedom of speech, further examination of it reveals the stark reality that its parameters could be construed to violate American’s freedom of religion.

The legislation draws upon the definition of antisemitism adopted by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, effectively codifying the parameters set forth by a NGO as US law.

Of those parameters, one presents a clear and obvious violation of the first amendment protection guaranteeing free expression of religion.

That facet of the IHRA definition of antisemitism includes “Using the symbols and images associated with classic antisemitism (e.g., claims of Jews killing Jesus or blood libel) to characterize Israel or Israelis.”

Given the numerous instances in the New Testament referencing the Sanhedrin — the legislative and judicial assembly tasked with executing Jewish law — being behind the trial and death sentence of Jesus Christ, opponents of the bill argue that the Antisemitism Awareness Act constitutes a direct assault against Christians by effectively making the expression of their beliefs illegal.

Interestingly enough, in addition to Christianity that clear violation of the first affects Judaism as well despite its supposed aim to protect Jews from persecution.

The Talmud, which is the central text of Rabbinical Judaism, also teaches that the Sanhedrin was responsible for the death sentence and execution of Jesus of Nazareth.

The two versions of the Talmud include its Babylonian and Jerusalem variations. Each includes two major works: The Mishnah, which is the written codification of Jewish law that was previously disseminated orally, and the Gemara, which is the eisegesis or religious interpretation of those laws by authoritative rabbis. The Gemara encompasses the scope of rabbinical commentary on the Mishnah.

In Folio 43A of the Gemara, the rabbinical commentary on the Mishnah tractate Sanhedrin which deals with the Jewish court system and laws related to it includes an account of the trial execution of Jesus of Nazareth.

According to Sanhedrin 43a of the Talmud, Jesus of Nazareth was tried and executed by the Jewish leaders of the Sanhedrin for the crimes of sorcery, heresy, and sedition. 

Unlike the New Testament, which chroniclers the Sanhedrin bringing Jesus to Roman Governor Pontius Pilate to compel him to crucify Christ, the Talmud asserts that it was the Sanhedrin itself which carried out his execution by way of lapidation (stoning one to death).

The Talmud goes on to make further commentary on Jesus, namely that he was raised from the dead by a necromancer named Onkelos.

In speaking to Onkelos, rabbis assert Christ revealed that he had been sent to Hell (Shoal in Judaism) to be boiled in excrement as punishment for his crimes before being saved from that eternal damnation by being resurrected by the necromancer.

What makes this part of the Talmud so paradoxical in light of the Antisemitism Awareness Act is that this tenet of Judaism quite literally fits into the IHRA definition of antisemitism. (Full article.)

Even if this bill doesn’t make it out of the U.S. Senate, many States are in the process of passing similar antisemitism laws based on this IHRA definition.

There’s a wave of new bills to define antisemitism. In these 3 states, they could become law

Lawmakers in more than a half-dozen U.S. states are pushing laws to define antisemitism, triggering debates about free speech and bringing complicated world politics into statehouses.

Supporters say it’s increasingly important to add a definition that lays out how to determine whether some criticism of Israel also amounts to hatred of Jewish people. In so doing, lawmakers cited the Oct. 7 attacks in which Hamas killed some 1,200 people, mostly civilians, and took about 250 hostages back to Gaza, which sparked a war that has killed more than 26,000 Palestinians.

“For anybody that didn’t think that anti-Zionism could cross into antisemitism, the rest of the world could see that it had,” said Democratic Rep. Esther Panitch, the only Jewish member of Georgia’s Legislature and one of the sponsors of a bill that the state Legislature passed last week. Republican Gov. Brian Kemp is expected to sign.

Defined in 2016 by the the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, antisemitism is “a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.”

But Kenneth Stern, the author of IHRA’s definition, said using such language in law is problematic.

“There’s an increasingly large number of young Jews for whom their Judaism leads to an antizionist position,” said Stern, director of the Bard Center for the Study of Hate. “I don’t want the state to decide that issue.”

Over the past three months, there has been a rise in protests around the country calling for a cease-fire in Gaza and the release of Israeli hostages. A coalition of organizations, including Jewish Voice for Peace and CAIR, issued a joint statement saying that the Georgia bill “falsely equates critiques of Israel and Zionism with discrimination against Jewish people.”

Measures using the same definition of antisemitism — but in anti-discrimination laws — have advanced in legislative chambers in Indiana and South Dakota.

Other legislation with the definition is pending in at least five other states this year.

Bill supporters say that more than 30 states have adopted the definition in some way over the years. Before now, the legal definitions — including in New York, the state with the largest Jewish population — came primarily through resolutions or executive orders rather than forceful laws.

In other parts of the country, Iowa incorporated the definition into law in 2022 and Virginia did the same last year, among others. (Full article.)

Unified Biased Media Coverage in the U.S.

I recently watched a local news station in California report about how some neighborhoods in the community were being flooded with “antisemitic literature.”

I wanted to find out who was distributing this “antisemitic literature”, and what it actually stated to earn that label.

Here’s the “news” report, and as you listen to this report, see if you can determine what these fliers said, and who distributed them.

For those of us who studied journalism in school, we were taught that any news report should cover the basic facts within the first paragraph, or first few seconds of a video report, and answer questions such as “who, what, where, when?”

See if you can answer these basic questions as you listen to this 3 minute news report commercial.

After watching this “news” report, were you able to find out who distributed these fliers, and what they actually said?

Yeah, me neither.

Whatever was on those fliers was deemed so horrible, that they had to blur it out on camera.

I searched for other “news” articles that dealt with “antisemitic fliers” and found out that they are being spread all over the U.S.!

Here is one “news” report in Chicago:

Antisemitic Flyers With Rat Poison-Like Pellets Found In Lincoln Park, Alderman Says

Over 80 zip lock bags with antisemitic flyers and an unknown substance were found in Lincoln Park on Monday morning, officials said, the latest incident of hate speech on the North Side in recent months.

The bags were found Monday morning on cars and doorways in the 500 block of West Grant Place and the 500 block of West Belden Avenue, police and Ald. Timmy Knudsen (43rd) said.

They included light brown pellets that “I believe has the intent to appear like rat poison, whether it is or not,” Knudsen said, citing photos reviewed by Block Club.

The bags were reported to police, and its elements are still being investigated, Knudsen said.

Police would only say the bags contained an “unknown substance.” No one has been arrested, police said.

The flyers include antisemitic language and make derogatory comments about the Anti-Defamation League, an advocacy group that has been a vocal supporter of Israel and often works to highlight hate crimes.

A website listed on the flyers encourages people to print them out and spread them in residential areas with upscale homes, so it is “more likely it will be reported and make it on the evening News [sic].” (Full article.)

Again, no report on who was distributing these fliers, or a view of one of them so people could see what they actually say. The only information they give is that the fliers “include antisemitic language and make derogatory comments about the Anti-Defamation League.”

And while a few of the articles I read about similar instances reported that these bags containing the fliers were weighted down so that they could be thrown into people’s driveways, this report from Chicago created even more fear by speculating that what was contained in the bags resembled “rat poison.”

Another instance was reported in Fresno, California as well, and this one actually published some photos of what the fliers looked like, sort of.

Why did they keep all these fliers in plastic bags and wrinkled up so that one cannot really read much??

Well it definitely looks like horrible hate speech that is threatening people’s lives (sarcasm).

From what I can see, there is something about the Jewish Talmud being Satanic, references to a literary work titled “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” and one that references Galatians 4:16 in the New Testament of the Bible, which reads:

Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth? (Galatians 4:16)

Yes, very dangerous stuff! We need laws to criminalize everyone who dares to criticize Zionism and their teachings, or criticize the groups that fund them like the Anti-Defamation League.

Is this the kind of nation you want if you are American? Do you know that the Zionists have been trying to revise the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution to criminalize any speech they don’t like for years now in the U.S.?

This is what Senator Ben Cardin said in a letter that he sent to President Joe Biden at the end of 2022:

Sen. Cardin: ‘Those Who Espouse Hate’ Are ‘Not Protected Under the First Amendment’

During a hearing on anti-semitism today, Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md.) claimed that those who “espouse hate” are not protected under the First Amendment, and called for the federal government to be “more aggressive” in its efforts to combat hateful rhetoric.

Cardin, who is a practicing Jew, has also served as the Special Representative on Anti-Semitism, Racism, and Intolerance for the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly since 2015.

In early December, Cardin, along with Senators Jackie Rosen (D-Nev.) and James Lankford (R-Okla.) sent a letter to President Joe Biden calling for a “unified national strategy against anti-semitism.” (Full article.)

America’s Reign of Terror

Most of the Zionists are not victims of hate crimes today. The non-Zionists are the ones who suffer the most, including non-Zionist Jews, by the constant wars funded by the United States.

It was reported this week that 12 Zionist Republican Senators in the U.S. threatened the International Criminal Court (ICC) because they want to arrest and try Benjamin Netanyahu in their court over alleged war crimes.

The ICC has no jurisdiction in the U.S., but that did not stop many Americans cheering them on last year when they issued an arrest warrant for Russia’s President Putin.

But now they are attacking the ICC because they dared to interfere with the U.S. Zionist war machine.

EXCLUSIVE: “You Have Been Warned”: Republican Senators Threaten the ICC Prosecutor over Possible Israel Arrest Warrants

A group of influential Republican senators has sent a letter to International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor Karim Khan, warning him not to issue international arrest warrants against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other Israeli officials, and threatening him with “severe sanctions” if he does so.

In a terse, one-page letter obtained exclusively by Zeteo, and signed by 12 GOP senators, including Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Florida’s Marco Rubio, and Ted Cruz of Texas, Khan is informed that any attempt by the ICC to hold Netanyahu and his colleagues to account for their actions in Gaza will be interpreted “not only as a threat to Israel’s sovereignty but to the sovereignty of the United States.”

“Target Israel and we will target you,” the senators tell Khan, adding that they will “sanction your employees and associates, and bar you and your families from the United States.”

Rather ominously, the letter concludes: “You have been warned.”

In a statement to Zeteo, Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland said, “It is fine to express opposition to a possible judicial action, but it is absolutely wrong to interfere in a judicial matter by threatening judicial officers, their family members and their employees with retribution. This thuggery is something befitting the mafia, not U.S. senators.” (Full article.)

Retired Gen. Mark Milley even went so far as to say yesterday that the U.S. has committed so many war crimes over the years, and killing so many innocent lives, that Americans have no right to criticize Israel’s genocide going on in Gaza. (Thanks to Chris Menahan of Information Liberation for pointing this out.)

Is this really the kind of America you want, where only one view is allowed and everyone who does not comply with the Zionist views will be marked as criminals?

For those of you who stood up against medical tyranny during COVID and refused to comply with Government medical edicts, where many of you lost your jobs and even your families because you did not take the bioweapon injections, will you also stand up against the Zionist tyranny that is rapidly overtaking our country faster than the COVID “virus” did?

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