If one believes there's conspiracy behind the U.S.-Israel alliance or doesn't agree w/Israeli policies, does that make them an anti-semite?
- Anonymous11 months agoFavorite Answer
Israel sunk the USS LIBERTY.
Israel staged 9/11.
No it means you are smart and question things
- AthenaLv 711 months ago
THAT is not what made her antisemitism public.
Just like it is not wearing "blackface" 30 years ago that makes you a "racist."
- mommanukeLv 711 months ago
Not when they apologize after having the anti-Semitic nature of her remarks explained to her. I, too, am not Anti-Semitic but I hate the Israeli government!
- yLv 711 months ago
Hard to believe that so many are now protecting the hate, just insane.
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- EdWinterLv 711 months ago
No, of course not.
But rolling out the tested-against-the-centuries tropes of the anti-Semites suggests that one is.
See the diff, AnonnieGurl? Oh...goodie.
- #MeTooLv 411 months ago
No. Not even if the irrelevant corporate Dem "leadership" says it does
- Anonymous11 months ago
Yes. It doesn't matter if they actually have anything against Jews or Hebrews (which don't really exist anymore) or not, they will be called anti-Semite as a way to silence them and invalidate what they're saying.