North Carolina Academics Showed their True Colors!
While Hamas launched over 4000 rockets at Israeli civilians in May, 2021, some North Carolina academics showed their true colors, siding with the terrorists in a repulsive, antisemitic letter. To see the names of the signers, the Jew Haters in your North Carolina neighborhood, please click on the link below. You should know who they are. Say their names. We will show you their letter, and interpret it below to explain what they truly meant. We hope you enjoy our satiric translation…
Israel was Attacked; Some Academics Blame Israel
“We, faculty from 23 colleges and universities across North Carolina, are writing to strongly condemn Israeli attacks on historic Palestine, from the bombing of the Gaza Strip to the forced evictions in East Jerusalem, and to express our solidarity with the Palestinian people in their just struggle for liberation. We condemn all violence against civilians and mourn all loss of life, but reject the prevalent “two-sides” narrative that ignores differences between one of the most heavily militarized states in the world and a stateless population resisting oppression.
As academics based in the United States, we acknowledge our complicity in Israel’s oppression of the Palestinians, made possible through the unconditional political and material support of the U.S., continuing with the current administration. We view the Palestinian struggle for liberation as closely entwined with many struggles for racial and Indigenous justice in America, from Ferguson to Standing Rock. In joining our voices to those of the people of Palestine, we reaffirm our commitment to combating racism in all its forms, including anti-Blackness, antisemitism, Islamophobia, and anti-Asian racism.”
See what the Jew Haters are Really Saying:
We, faculty from 23 colleges and universities across North Carolina are writing to strongly condemn Israel for being attacked by Hamas. We express our solidarity with terrorists because we hate Israel, meaning Jews. We condemn all violence against civilians unless of course the violence targets Jews. We reject the “two-sides” narrative because we think it’s ok for Hamas, the Palestinian Authority, and UNWRA to teach Jew hatred and pay people to kill Jews.
As academics based in the United States, 6000 miles from the scene of the conflict, we acknowledge that we have no idea what we’re talking about. We abuse the term “intersectionality” to compare the “Palestinian” situation with all other problems in the world because we are unable to comprehend differences between people and situations. Or we just don’t want to comprehend because, well, we hate Jews.