This week, pro-Palestinian protesters held a rally at the University of Michigan, with delightful chants like “Intifada, Intifada! Long live the Intifada,” “there is only one solution,” and “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”
Not one of these slogans relates to “Palestinian rights,” or improving the quality of life for those trapped in the Palestinian territories (under full Palestinian control, by the way).
Number Instead, they’re focused on one objective: the mass murder of Jews in Israel.
The term “intifada” refers to the waves of Palestinian terrorism targeting Jews in the State of Israel across several decades.
“One solution” is a call for a one-state “solution” to the Israel/Palestinian conflict, which would just so happen to involve the liquidation of every Jewish community and the forced expulsion or murder of every Jew in Israel.
And “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free” is a call for the establishment of a Palestinian state stretching from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean sea — again, a call to wipe out Israel and its citizens.
You’d think, given the clear genocidal foundations of this Anti-Jewish protest, there would be extensive media coverage of this event?
Well, you’d be wrong.
While conservative media covered the story, mainstream outlets were oddly uninterested.
Nothing from Fake News CNN, Fake News MSNBC, NBC, ABC, The New York Times, The Liberal Washington Post…
After all, imagine how these racially-obsessed “progressive” outlets would respond if students on any college campus openly called for the mass murder of any other group?
Ironically, for a collection of woke hacks convinced of the existence of institutionalized bigotry, they have a stunning blindspot when it comes to antisemitism.
Yet again, it’s obvious that Jews don’t count.
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