17/12/2016 από TJ Stretch
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ARE YOU ANTI-SEMITIC?
1. If you think ‘Israel’, ‘Zionists’ and ‘Jews’ are interchangeable terms, you may well be anti-Semitic.
2. If you think a Jewish conspiracy controls the media/international finance/politics/the BBC, you are anti-semitic. There is no conspiracy. I’m well-connected in the Jewish community so I’d definitely be invited and I’ve heard nothing.
3. If you use the term ‘Rothschild’ to imply ‘Jews’, you are definitely an anti-semite. And congratulations on using the exact same words as the Nazis and those who incited the Tsarist pogroms, etc.
4. If you try and hide your belief in a ‘Jewish conspiracy’ by using the term ‘Zionist conspiracy’, you’re fooling no-one. Unless you genuinely believe the Israeli government is behind everything, it’s clear you’re including other Jews in your ‘conspiracy’.
5. If your only defence is ‘Jews aren’t a race so I’m not racist’ or ‘Jews aren’t the only semites so I’m not an anti-semite’, or if you see antisemitism as somehow less important than other forms of racism, then you’re most likely an anti-Semite.
6. If you think every Jew needs to condemn Israel in every tweet, comment, etc., then you may be an anti-semite (see point 1).
7. Supporting the desire of Palestinians for legitimate self-determination, human rights and their own state, and condemning Israeli government policies does not make someone anti-semitic. But see points 1-6.
Πηγή: A David Schneider tweet, 25/09/2016: Are you antisemitic? A handy guide.