Anti-Semitism on Campuses, Misguided Response in Spokane: A Troubling Trend

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Posted 1 day ago

Here's the latest on the concerning rise of anti-Semitism on college campuses and the misguided response to alleged vandalism on a Pride crosswalk in Spokane, Washington.

Firstly, the recent wave of anti-Semitic protests and encampments on various campuses across the United States and abroad is deeply troubling. These protests, often organized under the guise of supporting Palestinians, have been marked by chants such as "From the river to the sea, Palestine shall be free," a phrase that is widely recognized as a call for the destruction of Israel.

These protests have been fueled by a false narrative of Palestinian victimhood, which has been allowed to spread unchecked on college campuses. The lack of understanding of history and politics among many of these protesters has made them easy targets for manipulation by those who seek to promote an anti-Israel and anti-Semitic agenda.

The response to these protests has been woefully inadequate. While some universities have taken steps to shut down these protests, many have allowed them to continue unchecked. This has emboldened those who seek to spread hatred and has created a dangerous environment for Jewish students on campus.


Meanwhile, in Spokane, Washington, three teenagers have been charged with felonies for allegedly causing damage to a Pride crosswalk by leaving skid marks on it with their scooters. While it is important to protect public property, the response to this incident has been disproportionate and misguided.

Lime, the scooter rental company, has created a "no go zone" around the crosswalk, which will cause scooters to come to a stop if they enter the area. This is an overreaction that will only serve to further divide the community.

The fact that these teenagers have been charged with felonies for leaving skid marks on a crosswalk is absurd. This is not a serious crime, and the punishment does not fit the alleged offense. It is important to protect public property, but this response is disproportionate and will only serve to further divide the community.

In both of these cases, we see a disturbing trend of intolerance and division. On college campuses, anti-Semitic protests are allowed to continue unchecked, while in Spokane, a minor act of alleged vandalism is met with a disproportionate response.

As conservatives and Republicans, we must stand up against this intolerance and division. We must support our Jewish communities and ensure that they are safe on college campuses. We must also ensure that our responses to acts of alleged vandalism are proportionate and do not further divide our communities.

In conclusion, the recent rise of anti-Semitism on college campuses and the misguided response to alleged vandalism in Spokane are deeply concerning. We must stand up against this intolerance and division and ensure that our communities are safe and united.

Sources:
harbingersdaily.com
thepostmillennial.com
theblaze.com