Let’s call the Goons Attacking Jewish Students what they are: Resurrected Nazis

In the 1930s, Nazi thugs rampaged across Germany, attacking Jews and blaming them for the ills of the world.

Fast forward to 2024, America, where we are witnessing a reappearance of the same kind of anti-Semitic behavior on college campuses and cities coast to coast.

The only difference is that instead of Nazi brown shirts and black SS uniforms, the anti-Semitic Nazi goons of today are wearing black and white “keffiyehs” to cover their cowardly faces.

In Germany, Nazis yelled: “Death to all Jews!”

In America, self-proclaimed pro-Hamas demonstrators are yelling: “Death to all Jews.”

In Germany, after the Nazis took power, some six million Jewish men, women, and children were forced to wear yellow Stars of David in public and exterminated in dozens of concentration camps. It was one of the most gruesome examples of genocide in the history of humankind.

    Jews in Auschwitz during WW II

On October 7, 2023, Hamas terrorists invaded Israel and slaughtered some 1,200 men, women, and children. It was the worst attack on Jews since the Nazi Holocaust—an evil episode that has apparently been lost in the miasma of history as today’s reanimated keffiyeh-sporting Nazis rampage in American cities and on college campuses.

So, why are college administrators coddling them?

Why are they allowing pro-Palestinian and pro-Hamas demonstrators to hijack their campuses in the name of “free speech” even though their activities are a violation of their universities’ codes of conduct?

Would they allow the American Nazi Party to occupy their campuses while calling for the extermination of Jews?

Would they allow the Ku Klux Klan to hold demonstrations calling for the lynching of black Americans and other ethnic minorities?

The answer is “no.” Hateful assemblies by neo-Nazis and the KKK would not be tolerated on the campuses of Yale, Columbia, Harvard, USC, or any other American university.

Yet, those same institutions of “higher learning”—and I use that phrase advisedly—are allowing their students and what appear to be hundreds of paid non-student demonstrators to commandeer their campuses and disrupt the educations of thousands of students.

To whit: Columbia University moved to “virtual” online classes on Monday, canceling all in-person classes.

Columbia President Minouche Shafik said in a statement that the decision was made to “deescalate the rancor and give us all a chance to consider the next steps. During the coming days, a working group of Deans, university administrators, and faculty members will try to bring this crisis to a resolution,” Shafik added.

“Over the past days, there have been too many examples of intimidating and harassing behavior on our campus,” Shafik said in her statement. “Anti-Semitic language, like any other language that is used to hurt and frighten people, is unacceptable, and appropriate action will be taken.”

Just what that “appropriate action” will be is anybody’s guess. But given the fact that Columbia allows several anti-Semitic professors to indoctrinate students with anti-Jewish hate, I am not holding my breath.

Thousands of pro-Palestinian & pro-Hamas protestors occupy Columbia University campus

Several pro-Hamas faculty members, including Joseph Massad, Katherine Franke, and Mohamed Abdou, were called out for their anti-Semitism during hearings last Wednesday before the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

All have made anti-Semitic remarks or expressed support for the Oct. 7 attack. Massad, a professor of modern Arab politics, published an article just one day after the Hamas attacks, calling them “awesome” and “astounding.”

Shafik told the House committee that those professors were “under investigation for discriminatory remarks.”

Over the weekend, Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik rightly criticized Columbia University’s “failed leadership” and called for the sacking of its president for putting Jewish students “at risk” amid pro-Palestine protests.

“While Columbia’s failed leadership spent hundreds of hours preparing for last week’s congressional hearing, it clearly was an attempt to cover up for their abject failure to enforce their own campus rules and protect Jewish students on campus,” Stefanik charged.

Good for Rep. Stefanik. It is amazing to me that Columbia University has allowed professors who praised the Hamas terrorist attacks months ago anywhere near a classroom.

What if a professor were to stand up before several hundred students and say that the Nazi extermination of Jews at Auschwitz or Dachau was “awesome?”

Would that professor be allowed to teach students at Columbia? Wouldn’t he or she be dismissed for cause?

Yet Columbia allows its professors to tell students that the killing of 1,200 innocent Jews on October 7 was “awesome.”

Is it any wonder that analogous professors lecturing at dozens, if not hundreds, of American universities, have been able to indoctrinate gullible students with hate for Jews, Israel, and even America?

That once highly respected universities have allowed themselves to be used as hubs for anti-Semitic and anti-American indoctrination tells me institutions of higher learning in America are rife with pseudo-scholarly radical Islamic rot.

They have allowed the concept of academic freedom to be hijacked by didactic reprobates who view violence against the Jewish people as not only acceptable but absolutely necessary.

They have allowed a new order of Nazis, disguised as pro-Palestinian protestors, to attack Jews publicly and call for their deaths.

Wherever he is (and I think we know where that is), Adolf Hitler must be applauding and shouting: “Heil Hamas!”


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