Why Do We Only Hear About Attacks on Synagogues?
This morning TV presstitutes were reporting anti-semitic attacks against Orthodox Jews in New York with the implication that Trump was responsible. However, the Forward, a Jewish magazine, which reported the story yesterday wrote that “the majority of the perpetrators of the Brooklyn attacks, and the suspects in Jersey City—who were killed in a shootout with the police—and now Monsey, were not white.” The Forward adds: “Brooklyn attackers are, at least according to demographic trends, extremely unlikely to be Trump supporters.”
Orthodox Jews have a tradition of anti-Zionism, so the attackers, unless they were ignorant, were not aiming at Israel. What the motives were no one seems to know, so the presstitutes assigned the blame to Trump.
Attacks on Jews get the media’s attention, but not the more numerous attacks on white gentiles, Christians, and Christian churches. Could it be that the high level of concern for Jews compared to everyone else contributes to anti-semitism?
The Prime Minister of Hungary says that “Four out of five people persecuted for their faith are Christians and some 245 million Christians around the globe suffer extreme persecution, and yet Europe remains silent again and again.” So does America.