AJC's top 10 books and films on racial justice and Jews:— American Jewish Committee (@AJCGlobal) June 3, 2020
Fire Next Time
Tears We Can Not Stop
Black Power, Jewish Politics
Between the World and Me
Me and White Supremacy
What did we miss? https://t.co/oD5hl8R9td
This isn’t exactly news.
It will come as a shock though to mainstream conservatives.
“The Yiddish roots of antifa – the anti-fascist movement whose precursors date back at least as far as opposition to the Russian czar – have been well documented. They are also enshrined in a canon of Yiddish antifa songs – songs of resistance, anarchism, revolution, and workers’ rights – that listeners might find eerily resonant and applicable to our present moment.
Herewith, an annotated list of the Yiddish Antifa Top 9 …”
“Trump’s public statement about Antifa should be terrifying, as any attempt to vilify anti-fascism by nature defends fascism a positive thing. But picking on anti-fascists as the scapegoat and hidden hand of the ongoing unrest is inherently anti-Semitic. …
That’s why every Jew in America should oppose Trump’s attacks on anti-fascism.”
The name of this article is “Trump’s Attacks on Antifa Are Attacks on Jews.” I hope this settles once and for all who is behind Antifa.