When It Comes to Trump and Breibart the Zionists are Wary of False Accusations of Anti-Semitism!
After years of accusing anyone and everyone of ‘anti-Semitism’, the defender of Jewish neo-Nazi Rabbi Meir Kahane, Alan Dershowitz, now says we must be very careful of accusing people of anti-Semitism. The Zionist Organisation of America, which has just invited Trump’s new anti-Semitic Strategic Advisor, Steve Bannon, to its annual Israel gala, also issues the same advice.
Would this be the same Dershowitz who said that Black Lives Matter was guilty of an anti-Semitic “blood libel” in charging Israel with genocide against Palestinians?
Was he “careful” when he likened Judge Richard Goldstone to Nazi Dr. Mengele after Goldstone put out a report highly critical of Israel in 2009, which Dershowitz termed a “blood libel”?
Was he practicing “care” when he flatly described the late Harvard President Nathan Pusey as an anti-Semite in his book Chutzpah, and accused the entire American legal profession of anti-Semitism?
“Upon learning of the way law was practiced in American firms, I resolved never to become part of that system.”
According to his Breitbart interview:
I don’t think anybody should be called or accused of being anti-Semitic unless the evidence is overwhelming.
Was the evidence “overwhelming” with Jimmy Carter and Desmond Tutu — when Dershowitz accused them of mainstreaming anti-Semitism because they were critical of Israel? And said that Carter had the “blood of thousands” on his hands?