In this article found on J-Wire, a Sydney-based Jew named David Singer, presents the Jewish community’s ‘concern‘ over people’s ability to express themselves freely on the internet. Freedom to say whatever you want, must be limited, because 5 poor innocent loving Jews were beaten up last week in Bondi. How dare anyone say anything that paints the Jewish community is a less-than-favourable light? Why, that is called ‘Hate‘, and according to the Jews we shouldn’t be allowed to express hatred. To tell the truth about this charming group is simply labelled ‘Hate’.
Just a little reminder to any Jews reading this: Article 19 of the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
Just as a side-note: I am aware that all documentation and spoken word from any U.N. body referring to ‘human rights’, is actually referring only to Jews as humans, since according to the Talmud, we (the non-Jews) are beasts:
“The Jews are called human beings, but the non-Jews are not humans. They are beasts.”
Talmud: Baba mezia, 114b
Let’s see what the Jews are whining about:
The Internet has become one of the major contributors to the growing spread of Jew-hatred and assaults on Jews world wide.
The senseless attack by a group of hooligans in Bondi, Sydney last week bashing five Jewish people – one a 62 years old woman – as they were walking home after enjoying a Sabbath meal with friends – has resulted in an outpouring of world-wide condemnation by politicians, the media, the public and other religious groups.
Yet it is only one of an increasing number of such similar assaults on Jews world-wide.
Jewish communities have for decades been required to place their synagogues, communal schools and organizations under 24 hour security surveillance.
The propensity of the Internet to become an uncontrolled vehicle for racial incitement has been allowed to escape under the radar. It is time that its capacity to so influence the minds of its readers was diminished.
What has become particularly disturbing is the ability of people to make whatever comments they like on the Internet without disclosing their full names and addresses to web editors when submitting their comments.
Newspapers require such details to be supplied – and only in exceptional circumstances will anonymous letters be published.
Why do Internet sites not demand the same standard of compliance?
Failure to do so has seen the publication of anonymous comments such as the following:
“The Jews will still occupy the West Bank and blockade Gaza and continue with their brutal, genocidal occupation. If the world were to be rid of the U.S. and Israel, there would be a chance of peace in our chaotic, conflicted world. Surely, anyone with half a brain can see that!
Freedom of speech should not mean that people should enjoy freedom from prosecution or legal action for comments they make that defame people or groups of people or incite or are capable of inciting violence.
This would be a clear violation of Article 19, if the term ‘human rights‘ included the Goyim. It doesn’t, and it is only speaking of Jews as ‘human’. Back to the whining article:
Should the following comment have been allowed to be anonymously posted?
“Racist Israel is more than an abomination in the Middle East, it is a threat to the 7bn people it considers not to be racially “special”. Us. All the more reason to stop keeping it alive, and to target it with overwhelming nuclear might if it retaliates against civilisation for refusing to back its play. The Zionists may be blinded by their belief that God will protect them. Nobody and nothing will.”
No doubt apologists will argue that objections can be lodged to delete offending comments – but its implementation inevitably leads to strident cries claiming censorship.
Securing the deletion of an objectionable comment also ignores the damage caused during the time that such comment has remained online before its removal.
These vile viewpoints – if authoritatively sourced – should be exposed to public gaze so that readers can understand the level and intensity of the hatred that exists – as exemplified in the following comment:
“Why should we [love Jews] given what they do to the Palestinians and have done since 1948? I don’t think that Jews are capable of love. Their religion gets in the road. Their god is loveless and punitive and so are they!”
Jews are not on their own in being singled out for such incessant abuse and vilification on the Internet………..
As you can see, the criticism of Jews and Israel (expressed in the example comments) is very tame, and essentially truthful. That’s what they’re worried about of course! They just keep on whining about it.
Here’s another related post from Destroy Zionism:
According to an article by the New York Post, the Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC), an anti-European Jewish organization, has found that more and more people criticize international Jewry online.
“There’s everything from mocking the legacy of Anne Frank [who died of typhus but has been expoited as a ‘Holocaust victim’ by Jews ever since], to getting young people to try to join in with a racist, extreme far-right [sic] group in the United States,” says Rabbi Abraham Cooper at the SWC.
Twitter generally avoids political censorship. Recently however, a Jewish student organization in France pressured Twitter into releasing personal details of thought criminals in France.