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The Linda-Sarsourization of Feminism: Anti-Israel BDS an “Intersectional Feminist” 1st Date Requirement

The Linda-Sarsourization of Feminism: Anti-Israel BDS an “Intersectional Feminist” 1st Date Requirement

Dating Advice from Everyday Feminism author Lara Witt, who also thinks “White People Are Evil. Whiteness is Evil.”

For some years we’ve been reporting about how Jews are being ostracized, intimidated and even physically assaulted based on their identification with Israel.

As we’ve documented, on some college and university campuses, the harassing conduct of anti-Israel and pro-BDS (boycott, divestment, and sanctions) groups is so severe and persistent that it’s starting to interfere with the ability of Jewish and Zionist students to benefit from the educational and extra-curricular activities and opportunities offered at their schools.

There’s also a growing trend to suppress debate and to minimize opposition to BDS by intentionally limiting the participation of Jewish students in campus affairs:

Basically, Jewish students are being told that they must disavow their Zionism and attachment to the land of Israel—a central aspect of the Jewish faith, and so a huge chunk of their identity—before they can participate in campus life, especially when it comes to progressive social justice activities like anti-rape demonstrations, Black Lives Matter events, and LGBT and women’s rights advocacy.

Israel’s detractors are constantly inserting themselves into these causes on campus, using every opportunity to hijack totally unrelated agendas and to redirect them against Israel. This cannibalizing of the progressive left on campus by BDS is now so complete that demands are now being made to expel Zionist students, Anti-Israel Rally at U. Illinois: “No Zionists, no KKK, resisting fascists all the way”.

Off-campus the situation isn’t any better.

Pro-BDS organizations repeatedly insult, defame and work to isolate fellow progressive Jews (and non-Jewish activists too, including people of color) who disagree with their “anti-Israel crusade”, Anti-Israel activists attack progressive St. Louis Rabbi who supports #BlackLivesMatter.

The uptick in the harassment is a clear indication that BDS aims to silence not only Israeli voices but just about anyone associated with mainstream Judaism or Zionism. But now it appears that it’s not enough to push Zionists out of the progressive movement—they also have to be drummed out of its dating scene.

This signals that we’re reaching a new level in the obnoxious trend to exclude Jews from the nation’s social justice and civil rights conversations.

Everyday Feminism publishes Lara Witt’s dating advice

At issue is an article published by the feminist magazine Everyday Feminism, “10 Things Every Intersectional Feminist Should Ask On a First Date.”

Everyday Feminism is an “independent feminist media site, led entirely by people of color”.  It has 97.9K followers on Twitter. The article initially appeared in Wear Your Voice (WYV), another feminist magazine which self-describes as “prioritizing the perspectives of Black and brown folks, especially queer, trans and non binary people of color”. It’s a smaller media outfit with just over 6,000 Twitter followers.

Lara Witt, WYV’s Managing Editor, authored the article which went live on December 8. She depicts herself as a “queer femme of color” and an “intersectional feminist writer”, digital media consultant and activist based in Philadelphia (her byline also notes that she moved to the U.S. in 2010, graduated from Temple University, and was born and raised in Geneva, Switzerland).

[Credit: Instagram]

Witt has garnered controversy in the past, including for social media postings in which she described white people as “evil” and claimed that “straight, white men are generally trash.”

In her latest essay, she provides some rules for heterosexual dating.

It’s a list of 10 questions that she advises her fellow “accomplices in the fight against white supremacy, queerphobia, and misogyny” to ask on a first date in order to be sure that their potential boyfriend fully supports and values “marginalized folks”:

  1. Do you believe that Black Lives Matter?
  2. What are your thoughts on gender and sexual orientation?
  3. How do you work to dismantle sexism and misogyny in your life?
  4. What are your thoughts on sex work?
  5. Are you a supporter of the BDS movement?
  6. What is your understanding of settler colonialism and indigenous rights?
  7. Do you think capitalism is exploitative?
  8. Can any human be illegal?
  9. Do you support Muslim Americans and non-Muslim people from Islamic countries?
  10. Does your allyship include disabled people?

Over the last few days, Witt’s essay has been heavily ridiculed, with many observing that if “intersectional feminists” followed her advice to grill and interrogate men on their first dates, then they’d pretty much be guaranteed to never get a second date:

Many of the critics reported on social media that they were preemptively blocked from Witt’s Twitter account (including LI authors, and just about every other conservative and quite a few liberal feminists on social media too):

Maybe it’s a wise decision on her part, because the criticism has been pretty brutal, and this way she can keep pretending that her piece has been well-received.

It’s easy to make fun of this essay.

But it’s also really sad that America’s civil rights agenda is being perverted by such a confused hard-left activist like Witt who thinks that state “borders” are inherently “inhumane and despicable”; that capitalism promotes “systemic racism”; and that promoting prostitution is necessary for “dismantling the patriarchy” among other ridiculous commentary packed into this short op-ed (my personal favorite: commendably calling out discrimination and acts of “cruelty” against the disabled, but then advising readers to “walk away” from any date who uses “ableist slurs”).

A lot of people rightly concentrated on these nonsensical aspects of Witt’s essay. But some also focused on her first date Question #5.

Lara Witt’s First Date Advice: Reject Anyone Who Won’t Support BDS

Elaborating on Question #5, Witt writes:

BDS stands for “Boycott, Divest, Sanctions”–an effort to end international support for Israel’s oppression of Palestinians. I grew up with Jewish (Israeli and non-Israeli) friends and Palestinian friends. Before even understanding how power and oppression worked together, we understood the trivial hatred that colonized and put in constant danger the lives of Palestinians every single day.

Eventually, I learned about Apartheid from a theoretical perspective, and I began to understand the terror, trauma, and stress of having everyone you love and care about get killed, simply because one nation has the military backing and power to destroy your land for them to settle on. Being pro-Palestine is not the same thing as being anti-Semitic. I shouldn’t even have to express that, but being pro-Palestine and BDS is a necessary part of intersectionality.”

Based on this advice, pro-Israel speaker and writer Hen Mazzig asked Witt via Twitter if he’d pass muster on a first date:

Brooklyn, NY-based writer John-Paul Pagano also alerted his social media followers to Witt’s prior observations about Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It’s important to know where she’s coming from:

The reality is that no self-respecting progressive feminist or any decent person should want to have anything to do with BDS.

As we’ve noted in dozens of posts, BDS is an antisemitic movement that originated in Iran and crushes the livelihoods of Palestinians while oppressing true Palestinian peacemakers and human rights activists.

Its leadership routinely denies self-determination for the Jewish people; uplifts the killers of Jews and stands proudly with heinous terrorists; and actively promotes modern day blood libels and traffic in age-old negative canards and tropes about Jewish money and power.

Pro-BDS organizations and leading activists have even on gone so far as to call for the slaughter of Jews via Islamic battle cries and chants at their rallies and demonstrations, as happened several years ago in Miami and this past weekend in New York City’s Time Square (for a video of the Times Square event, see this link):

https://www.algemeiner.com/2017/12/09/anti-israel-activists-urge-violence-against-jews-in-times-square-rally-muhammeds-army-will-return/

[Credit: The Algemeiner]

https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/239125

[Credit: Israel National News]

https://twitter.com/Doranimated/status/940242847973945349

In addition to Question #5, it’s also worth noting Witt’s underhanded effort to minimize antisemitism while decrying Islamophobia in her suggested first date Question #9.

According to recent FBI statistics, anti-Jewish prejudice continues to fuel the lion’s share of religiously-based hate crimes. Yet here Witt writes that:

I can’t think of any other religion which has been vilified and lied about more than Islam in a cultural and systemic way”.

It’s a ludicrous statement that echoes well-known leftist activist Linda Sarsour’s own problematic history of minimizing antisemitism (she too thinks it’s “different than anti-black racism or Islamophobia because it’s not systemic”).

Bottom line: Witt’s dating advice is shameful not only because of it’s exclusionary stance toward Zionist Jewish men. It’s also terrible because, if enough “intersectional feminists” follow her advice, it would prevent an honest and clear-eyed conversation about the danger that radical Islam poses for Jews. So it would be damaging to the cause of fighting antisemitism.

Conclusion

Intersectionality is a radical leftist theory positing that all forms of social oppression and victimization are inextricably linked and mutually reinforcing.

Once a perspective with some merit for understanding the relationship between race, class, and gender, intersectionality has today morphed into a kind of non-falsifiable “conspiracy theory”. You can watch here a short video by feminist scholar Christian Hoff Sommers in which she explains the paradigm, how it has evolved, and the negative impact it’s now having on academic fields in the Humanities, especially Women’s and Gender Studies:

Sommers gives a number of examples in her video.

But probably nothing can beat Lara Witt’s checklist for dating in terms of demonstrating just how impoverished this analysis has become. For “intersectional feminists” like Witt, you can’t care about the rights of the disabled, or immigration issues, or reforming America’s prison system unless you also package and bundle up those problems with a call to eradicate the Jewish state.

Basically, it means illogically singling out for censure a country that has the most advanced women’s rights in the Middle East while refusing to condemn sexism in the Arab and Muslim world and treating as allies anti-Israel Muslim governments and organizations that subject women to honor killings.

But it’s important to remember that the intersectionality paradigm isn’t just directing people to demonize Israel. It’s also providing the rationale for its adherents to target Zionist Jews, by excluding them from liberal causes that they care about—and now even from the dating scene.

Bottom line: Intersectionality is a paradigm that’s helping to generate some pretty wacky forms of anti-Israel and antisemitic bigotry.

Miriam F. Elman is an Associate Professor of Political Science and the Inaugural Robert D. McClure Professor of Teaching Excellence at the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs, Syracuse University. She is the editor of five books and the author of over 65 journal articles, book chapters, and government reports on topics related to international and national security, religion and politics, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She also frequently speaks and writes on the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) anti-Israel movement. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter @MiriamElman

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These people have educated themselves into imbecility.

My answer to all 10: “I don’t date ‘crazy’.” Here’s the back of my head.

I think this is a fantastic idea, that should be spread far and wide. Cross-examining a person on politics on the first date is bound to activate any normal person’s [email protected] detector. The guys can move one smoothly and easily, with no fuss.

1. Do you believe that Black Lives Matter?
Me: All lives matter. Reducing the importance of one life over another based on color is racist.

2.What are your thoughts on gender and sexual orientation?
Me: Could care less. You don’t like it when stereotypes and roles are forced on you, don’t force yours on me.

3.How do you work to dismantle sexism and misogyny in your life?
Me: Show me some, and I’ll tell. Right now I don’t have any. I wasn’t raised to engage in either.

4.What are your thoughts on sex work?
Me: If you mean prostitution, then legalize it, organize it and tax it like any other line of income.

5.Are you a supporter of the BDS movement?
Me: Absolutely not. It’s founded on lies, violence and the end-goal of genocide.

6.What is your understanding of settler colonialism and indigenous rights?
Me: Might makes right. Colonists won, indigenous lost. But that doesn’t give colonists the right to be dicks any more than it gives you right to be a dick to someone visiting your home.

7.Do you think capitalism is exploitative?
Me: Of course it is. Do you even know what capitalism is? But socialism is infinitely worse as it exploits not only those who have worked hard and earned what they own, but it forces everyone into a single mold of merely being adequate and never exceptional, and no one can ever be better or do better. It’s not allowed.

8.Can any human be illegal?
Me: Don’t be pedantic. Actions can be illegal, and entering a country illegally makes that person an illegal alien.

9.Do you support Muslim Americans and non-Muslim people from Islamic countries?
Me: Why wouldn’t I? I support Latin people, Asian people, European people from Christian countries, why wouldn’t I support Muslim Americans and non-Muslim people from Islamic countries?

10.Does your allyship include disabled people?
Me: What is “allyship”? And, while we’re on the subject of undefined words what the hell is an “intersectional feminist”?

Wow – Witt makes Leni Riefenstahl look moderate and understated by comparison.

A feminist movement which is obsessed with regurgitating Leftist/Islamic anti-Israel/Jewish propaganda and, which, tangentially, pointedly ignores the horrific treatment of women and the absence of women’s rights in Islamic nations cannot be taken seriously by any rational person.

A fascinating case study in Natural Selection.

I’m guessing zhe and her ilk won’t be reproducing much.

Contemporary Leftist dupes and their media allies are falling hook, line and sinker for the propaganda narrative that Muslims are allegedly oppressed and victimized “colored” people, and, Israeli Jews (if not Jews in general) are their allegedly “white,” colonial oppressors. This narrative is advanced by the equally idiotic conceit of “intersectionality.”

It’s a narrative that isn’t merely fallacious, but, which represents a pathological moral bankruptcy and a contemptible, willful ignorance that transforms the adherents of a supremacist, totalitarian and belligerent ideology that is responsible for 1,400 years of unrelenting wars, atrocities and subjugation visited upon non-Muslim lands and peoples, who represent roughly twenty-five percent of the world’s population, into an alleged victim class, with all of the rights and claims to sympathy that such lofty status confers from the contemporary Left and the Dumb-o-crat Party. The process by which historical and contemporary Muslim aggressors are now cloaked in the shroud of self-claimed victimhood represents intellectual dishonesty and moral corruption of the highest order.

Obama, to his perpetual shame, was all too happy to support this narrative, using his 2009 Cairo recitation of Ben Rhodes’ dishonest, contemptible and pitiful, groveling and obsequious speech in obeisance to Islamo-revisionism, Islamo-whitewashing and Islamo-victimology, to absolve Muslims of any modicum of responsibility for their ideology’s 1,400-year history of wars, atrocities and belligerence visited upon non-Muslims, worldwide, and, to place the blame for said belligerence and violence squarely upon the West and Jews, for committing alleged slights against Muslims.

In the same speech, Obama fell prey to the Leftist/Islamic narrative that the Jews’ sole connection to the Holy Land arises out of their relatively recent victimization during the Holocaust, ignoring their roots in the region for almost three millenia before Islam’s founding.

4th armored div | December 12, 2017 at 11:37 am

This Nazi 30’s behavior. the difference is that now we have Israel to go to.

this also allows Jews who have pride and historical perspective to give the middle finger to these racist anti semites.
NEVER AGAIN MEANS NEVER AGAIN, bring it on!

    It will happen again.

    God will put the Jewish people through an unparalleled period of tribulation (Deuteronomy 4:30), during which two-thirds of the Jews will perish (Zechariah 13:8-9).

coming soon: a while new generation of crazy cat lady spinsters, wondering why they’re home alone again this Caturday evening.

go long on Hagen Daz futures! 😎

The displaced religiosity is strong with that one…a closed epistemological system that otherizes anyone outside the boundary line.

… she moved to the U.S. in 2010, graduated from Temple University, and was born and raised in Geneva, Switzerland

Damn, they’re right—our immigration system is “broken”.

    DaveGinOly in reply to tom_swift. | December 12, 2017 at 10:09 pm

    If white people are evil and colonialism so awful, what is she doing here? Why is she living somewhere that she must despise? Why doesn’t her rejection of a country founded by colonizing white people cause her to reject this country and everything in it? Doesn’t she realize that even the freedom she has here to express herself (among various other rights she enjoys) was founded upon the slaughter of millions of indigenous people (to say nothing of slavery)?

    She should go back to Switzerland. Oh, wait. Switzerland was colonized by fully modern Cro-Magnon man and they wiped out the indigenous Neanderthals. Switzerland is a pretty evil place too, apparently.

Ms. Wittless is an anti-Semite, ‘mainstreamed’ by the likes of the democrat party, the democrat media the democrat educational system, and representative of the tumors they have seeded all over the nation. We are headed for critical mass: keep up your posture and don’t back down on anything.

Smarmy useful idiots like this woman will help get you killed.

Russian Pogroms: The Forgotten Terrors:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY8oDDC2T60
Holocaust:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyIoUi5XQGs

NEVER AGAIN. And that means NEVER.

On the lighter side…

Most commenters here are right: the likes of Wittless will wind up alone, but not after suffering through relationships with abusive men — the only men either warped enough, or enough of a pathological liar to pass her ‘test.’

The saddest will be if she has children: they’ll be crazy.

“Intersectionality is a radical leftist theory positing that all forms of social oppression and victimization are inextricably linked and mutually reinforcing.”

Critical [u-name-it] theory was once a radical leftist theory; now, it’s all but mainstream at many universities. Can “intersectionality” be far behind?

In any case, I suspect the real selection sieve (for those feminists who still do “boyfriends”) is:

1. If you’re hot, we can talk about it later.

2. If you’re not, I’ve got another 5,000 qualifying questions (but right now I’m really busy).

8. “Can any human be illegal?” –> Of course not! I’m so pleased Akayed Ullah could come to the USA!

Thanks for the template, MrSatyr.

1. Do you believe that Black Lives Matter?
Me: Yes. I’m a big fan of humans.

2.What are your thoughts on gender and sexual orientation?
Me: I think everyone should have one of each.

3.How do you work to dismantle sexism and misogyny in your life?
Me: I scold my wife when she attributes my actions to “men being pigs”. I tell my four daughters that murdering their gestating babies is a horrible thing. Two out of my three grandchildren (so far) are female.

4.What are your thoughts on sex work?
Me: It is, but most of the time it’s worth it. Having sex with someone not your wife (if you’re a man) or your husband (if you’re a woman) is fornication. Fornication is sinful. Try to avoid being sinful.

5.Are you a supporter of the BDS movement?
Me: No. My German mother, born in 1942, taught me that the Jews have a right to not be folded, spindled or mutilated. Also murdered. BDS supporters hate Jews and would like to complete Hitler’s work. Also, Jews are God’s chosen people.

6.What is your understanding of settler colonialism and indigenous rights?
Me: Allowing third world people to colonialize your first world country is dumb, and also suicidal. If you can prevent it, do so. Humans migrate according to facts on the ground (literally). There are no actual indigenous people.

7.Do you think capitalism is exploitative?
Me: Yes. It exploits people’s needs and desires. It also exploits people’s capabilities by tempting them to produce things for other people to buy. I think that the best way to judge any system is to look at the least prosperous and determine two things: what is the state of their basic needs; and are they free to improve their state. Idleness is not a healthy state. If you want more of something, reward it. Do not reward idleness. Nobody should be both comfortable and idle through the machinations of the state.

8.Can any human be illegal?
Me: No, but a person can be in an ongoing state of illegal behavior, such as going somewhere they have no legal right to be and staying there, or kidnapping another person and restricting their right to leave. We call a person a kidnapper because they are. It is not their inherent state of being. There was a time they were not a kidnapper. It is a reference to their act.

9.Do you support Muslim Americans and non-Muslim people from Islamic countries?
Me: I support my half-Iranian step-daughter with medical coverage, although she’s really an American, and has no use for Islam. Other than her and her two brothers and her dad, I don’t know any Islamic-heritage Americans that I’m aware of. I do know a bunch of Muslims from India and Egypt, and although I think that they should have the same rights in their country that I have in mine, I don’t support them because they support themselves. I might Paypal them five bucks if they asked.

10.Does your allyship include disabled people?
Me: I don’t own a ship, but wouldn’t that be cool? I mean, other than crewing it, paying for taxes and licensing, and insurance, it would be awesome. I’d probably stick to able-bodied crewmen though. Naval disasters are not well-received these days. As for my land-lubber friends and family, many of them are disabled to one degree or another. To nobody’s surprise, many of the members of my church are older and have medical issues that they must cope with. They are my allies in that they are brothers and sisters in Christ. When we all get to heaven, their afflictions will be removed from them. Praise the Lord! Maybe we can all crew a ship up there.

1. Do you believe that Black Lives Matter?
All lives matter.

2. What are your thoughts on gender and sexual orientation?
Man, woman, birth, death, infinity.

3. How do you work to dismantle sexism and misogyny in your life?
There is none in my life.

4. What are your thoughts on sex work?
Nice work, if you can get it.

5. Are you a supporter of the BDS movement?
Everyone should have at least one movement a day.

6. What is your understanding of settler colonialism and indigenous rights?
People move around a lot. Some win, some lose.

7. Do you think capitalism is exploitative?
No, it’s liberating.

8. Can any human be illegal?
Yes, if they break a law.

9. Do you support Muslim Americans and non-Muslim people from Islamic countries?
Do they support me?

10. Does your allyship include disabled people?
Yes. Even liberals.

Female chauvinism. It’s a Choice, where the consequences are clear, and progressive.

1. Do you believe that Black Lives Matter?
No, no more than any other lives. Honey, I’m a heart breaker and a life taker.

2.What are your thoughts on gender and sexual orientation?
When speaking a language where words have gender I always use the correct determiner. Il Gatto, la gatta, il ragazzo, la ragazza. As far as sexual orientation goes, ragazzina mia, I don’t care what the chick’s orientation is as long as it includes me.

3.How do you work to dismantle sexism and misogyny in your life?
Never really thought about it. Tell you what; go make me a sammich and I’ll mull it over. Me’ll talk about it while you make me a cocktail.

4.What are your thoughts on sex work?
Well, if you’re up for it, OK. I know a few guys I can call. I’ll only take a 20% cut for some walking around money.

5.Are you a supporter of the BDS movement?
Bush Derangement Syndrome? I thought that we wuz past that like 15 years ago.

6.What is your understanding of settler colonialism and indigenous rights?
After I take their land, sure, they have the right to apply for a job on my new place.

7.Do you think capitalism is exploitative?
Didn’t we cover this on the “sex work” question? Chop, chop, baby, get into that negligee, your first john is going to be here in 10 minutes.

8.Can any human be illegal?
Sure, in China your second child is illegal. But you know how those commies are.

9.Do you support Muslim Americans and non-Muslim people from Islamic countries?
NO! I don’t support them and never will. I’m saving up to buy a boat.

10.Does your allyship include disabled people?
I don’t know what you mean by “allyship” but whatever it is it must include disabled people cuz I’m still talking to you. Are you slow or something? Where’s my sammich and cocktail. And then put this on and get into the bedroom. Your first customer just rang the doorbell.

I don’t know why everyone is trying to come up with serious answers to this mush.

Question: Intersectional feminism?

Answer: Sexbots.

Subotai Bahadur | December 12, 2017 at 2:34 pm

Not a problem. No one who would start a first date with these questions would be dating a heterosexual male.

To quote General Mc Auliffe: “nuts!”

“Intersectional feminist” = subscribing to a dozen different radically dishonest bigotries at once on the theory that one gigantic stinking pile of $#!T is more credible and legitimate that a dozen separate stinking heaps of $#!T.

“Intersectionality is a radical leftist theory positing that all forms of social oppression and victimization are inextricably linked and mutually reinforcing.

Once a perspective with some merit for understanding the relationship between race, class, and gender, intersectionality has today morphed into a kind of non-falsifiable “conspiracy theory”…”

Theodor Adorno, Max Horkheimer, and Herbert Marcuse are looking up from Hell, smiling. “It’s all going to plan, komerade,” they say to each other.

I hate to tell you this, but by design it is all inter-related and mutually supporting. The theory, cultural Marxism, that is. When the communist revolution didn’t break out either prior to WWI (the exploited proletariat put on their uniforms and went to war for their bourgeoisie exploiters) or after despite the death and destruction. The Marxists were gobsmacked. Marxism is, after all, scientific. How could it fail? Then they realized, of course! The proletariat could not develop their proper class consciousness as long as they were blinded by the apparent successes of Western democracies and capitalism. Those had to be destroyed first.

So instead of the economically exploited and the exploiters they developed a means of destroying the pillars of society by group identity. White men are the oppressors, every other identifiable group are the oppressed.

Really, is this so hard to understand? With all the talk about White privilege and how we have a system of white supremacy?

Gender roles and bourgeois sexual morality were redefined as a form of fascist oppression. Antifa, anyone?

And now these “intersectional feminists” imagine they’ve hit on an original idea? They’ve never had an original idea in their lives. They’ve been dancing like puppets on the strings pulled by a group of dead white men. After all, Marx, Engells, Horkheimer, Adorno, and Markuse were white, and now they’re all dead.

It was by design that these idiots followed the bread crumbs to, EPIPHANY!! It’s all related.

“I told you it would work better if they thought it was their own idea,” Adorno says to Markuse.

“Basically, it means illogically singling out for censure a country that has the most advanced women’s rights in the Middle East while refusing to condemn sexism in the Arab and Muslim world and treating as allies anti-Israel Muslim governments and organizations that subject women to honor killings.”

Because, Hello!! They are allies. It’s leftism, Prof. When are you going to catch on that it’s never about what they say it’s about. In this case not even the leftists know that. The enemy was never oppression. The enemy was always Western civilization and economic freedom. And the Muslims hate Western civilization and economic freedom (all forms of freedom) as much as any leftist.

This is why Ayaan Hirsi Ali can’t speak on college campuses. Because Mattress Girl and every other girl on campus, who are just one rape away from becoming Mattress Girl, have been indoctrinated to believe they live in the most rapey, oppressinve, misogynist culture on earth. Hirsi Ali and the Yazidi sex slaves have to be made to shut up.

I know this is going to sound extreme, but similar has already happened to Ayaan Hirsi Ali. If a group of liberated Yazidi sex slaves were to attempt to to speak on college campuses and relate not only what happened to them but that everything that IS did to them was theologically correct per Islam as it is commanded by Allah in the Quran and the justified by the teachings of Muhammad in the ahadith, they would be vilified as hateful, bigoted, racist Islamophobes. In effect, the mattress girls of the college campuses protesting rape culture would rape them a second time with their hateful leftist ideology.

I’m going to have to look it up but some Nigerian immigrant, I think he immigrated to Canada, had some nasty things to say about Islam and the Muslims who almost killed him (Boko Haram, anyone?). Which is a hate crime in Canada. Or wherever he immigrated to in the Anglosphere. So the judge sentenced him to attend cultural sensitivity training. Administered by Muslims.

The enormity of it. Like that pampered judge knows more about the true nature of Islam than the Nigerian who barely escaped the murderous, genocidal creed.

Please, open your eyes, Prof. Elman. It is connected. It’s been connected from the start. When the founders of the Frankfurt School got off the boat in America after escaping the rising tide of Hitler’s Naziism. And they looked at the prosperous country that took them in and gave them a safe haven, despite the Great Depression still more prosperous than the place they left, and were disgusted by it and set out to try and figure out how to destroy it.

They’ve done a pretty good job, don’t you think?

A Christian, a Jew, and a Muslim walk into a bar while having a conversation about Jerusalem. Suddenly, the Christian says to the Jew, “Your people killed Christ.” The Jew replied, “We did not, the Muslims did.” The Muslim said, “We weren’t around for another 600 years!”. The Jew turned back to the Christian and said, “Now WE can talk about Jerusalem.”

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