“The truth of Jackson’s wrist slap is likely this: Anti-Semitism doesn’t cause the same fury as other prejudices. There is rarely as loud or sustained an outcry when a synagogue is attacked or a Jewish person is killed for his faith.”
Mitch Albom: Anti-Semitic posts — and tepid reactions — should enrage us
Silence is compliance! Hate is hate! We need to call it out in all it’s forms and agree we must do better!
Powerful Mitch Albom column: "The reason Jewish people aren’t surprised by hateful comments is because anti-Semitism is the oldest form of bigotry in the world. It dates back to biblical times and has never had a pause." via
Mitch Albom just absolutely eviserated the NFL & the “social justice warriors” in the NFL for their response to Desean Jackson’s anti-Semitism. Holy hell, what a read. Bravo
Mitch Albom: Anti-Semitic posts — and tepid reactions — should enrage us via
“You can’t separate one hate from all hate, any more than you can separate a breeze from the wind.” ~ ⁦
Mitch Albom’s oped is well worth the read.
Mitch Albom nails It on DeSean Jackson (who is a terrible person, a washed up athlete, and has soured me on the ⁦⁩ for the first time in decades)
I didn't see anything about this in my Twitter feed. Silence not violence after all?
Mitch Albom: DeSean Jackson's anti-Semitic remarks is hateful to all
“For all the bigoted garbage stirred up against Jews last week, it was disturbingly quiet out there. We should think twice about why that is.”
Mitch Albom: Anti-Semitic posts — and tepid reactions — should enrage us via
The difference, I think, is that Jewish people, on average, are remarkably successful; therefore, the left doesn't really see them as a victim's group.
Good piece by on the disturbing lack of outrage over DeSean Jackson’s disgusting anti-Semitism
Minor nitpick in a column that rightly calls out double standards on antisemitism, but I’d say Hitler doesn’t open for Farrakhan