My personal story is a long and confusing one, which I regularly reflect on personally. If it ends up being of historical interest, the thing is probably going to need to be figured out by people who are not me from my private writings after Im dead. But whatever the details, I have been labeled by both the SPLC and the ADL, as well as probably all mainstream media outlets, as the most influential anti-Semite of the 21st century. Its a title I am very proud of.
Although few people cite me as a source, I remain the single most widely-read English-language journalist in the world, even after having suffered the worst censorship of anyone in history. A lot of people like my materials about women, and my geopolitical analysis. But ultimately, all of what I write is first and foremost filtered through anti- Semitism.
Anti-Semitism is made purposefully difficult to define by the Jews. They are able to obfuscate the definition because theyve created a situation where even asking for a clarification on what the term means is considered anti-Semitic. The term has become so powerful and so damaging to the reputations of anyone smeared with it that no one dares even tiptoe around the fringes. As soon as there is a hint that the ADL or other Jewish groups are preparing to levy the smear, people surrender. Or, at least that was the case before Kanye West made his big push last year against this Jewish system.
We are now witnessing a kind of encore to the Kanye West pushback on the Jews in the form of Elon Musks attempts to push back on the Jewish censorship agenda, which is costing his company billions of dollars. He has officially been labeled an anti-Semite by the ADL because he thinks (or, at least, he argues) that Twitter should allow all forms of legal speech.
The implied meaning of anti-Semitism is that you hate the Jews for no reason. The working definition of anti-Semitism, which was created by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) and which is now used by several institutions including the Ron DeSantis and Greg Abbott state governments defines behaviors that constitute expressions of anti-Semitism, but it does not attempt to address what anti-Semitism actually is, simply referring to it as a certain perception. Again, the implication is that it is a blind hatred for no reason.
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