MIGA: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Pledges To Give “No Quarter” To Anti-Semitism

Fortunately, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis didn’t post any of the photos of the blowjob he gave to Bibi Netanyahu while in Israel this week on his Twitter feed:

Tampa Bay Times:

“Flanked by Florida elected officials in Israel, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday ceremonially signed a measure that prohibits anti-Semitic speech in the state’s public schools and universities.

The proposal will add religion as a protected class when it comes to discrimination against students and employees. Currently, people are protected from discrimination based on race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, marital status or disability.

The legislation lays out examples of what would be considered anti-Semitism, including “making mendacious, dehumanizing, demonizing, or stereotypical allegations” about Jews or “the power of Jews as a collective,” such as “the myth about a world Jewish conspiracy or of Jews controlling the media, economy, government or other societal institutions.”

The bill (HB 741) also defines anti-Semitism as “accusing Jewish citizens of being more loyal to Israel, or the alleged priorities of Jews worldwide, than to the interest of their own nations.”

The measure will also ban certain speech against the state of Israel on campuses, such as “applying a double standard to Israel by requiring behavior of Israel that is not expected or demanded of any other democratic nation, or focusing peace or human rights investigations only on Israel.”

The proposal aimed at curbing anti-Semitism, however, makes clear criticism of Israel is allowed, if it is “similar to criticism toward any other country.” At a ceremonial signing ceremony in Jerusalem Wednesday, DeSantis — who has vowed to become “the most pro-Israel governor in America” — said measure sends “a strong statement about where Florida is.” …”

We must secure the existence of Israel and a future for Jewish children.

Far from supporting “free speech,” the new anti-Semitism law that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis just signed at the behest of Sheldon Adelson at the new US embassy in Jerusalem is the worst assault on free speech anywhere in the United States and makes it a hate crime to even notice that wealthy Zionist donors like Adelson are buying the Trump administration’s foreign policy.

We strongly disagree with people in the Southern Nationalist movement who believe in 1.) continuing to prop up mainstream conservatism and 2.) voting for the Republican Party. It is a complete waste of our time to continue doing that as long as Jewish billionaires are buying the policies.

About Hunter Wallace 12380 Articles
Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Occidental Dissent


  1. “Fortunately, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis didn’t post any of the photos of the blowjob he gave to Bibi Netanyahu while in Israel this week on his Twitter feed”

    Because he was totally naked when he did it and his wee wee is so much smaller than Satanyahu’s.

  2. This law is blatantly unconstitutional. The 1st Amendment protects the above speech. In fact, Governor DeSantis is guilty of a Federal Felony under title 18: sections 241&242. Will the FBI arrest DeSantis for conspiracy against rights?

  3. Texas, I am sorry to say, already has a law that forbids any State, County or City Government to do business with any Individual who publicly endorses or supports an economic boycott of Israel.

    Think about that for a moment…. How often do we hear U. S. Government Officials, Humanitarian Aid Groups, Show Biz People and Pro-Israel Lobbyists clamoring for a boycott of this or that Tyrannical Nation or Regime, Greedy Corporation, Offensive Celebrity, or even, with increasing frequency, targeting the Lowly Individual with a survival wages job? No one is often limits to public scrutiny, critical opinion, and financial repercussions except a certain protected tribe, for whom telling the truth about is punishable by a hailstorm of condemnation, social ostracization, bankruptcy, and, maybe even fines and imprisonment.

    No ridiculing, mocking, debasing, or debunking any religious belief is tolerated unless it’s Christianity; which is the only faith that can be questioned and made fun of with enthusiastic approval from Professors, and to which slanders, insults and blasphemies can be steadily hurled against with hardly a whisper of opposition from any Politicians or the Media.

  4. You can’t assign blame to Jews for anything, but it’s o.k. to level accusations at White Men for every problem around the globe. Every single conflict, disadvantage, imbalance or injustice is somehow linked back to European and American imperialism, racism and capitalism; the implicit message being: “if it weren’t for White people, everybody would be sharing the World and living together in peace.” And, we not only allow this absurd rhetoric to continue, all too frequently, our own people are echoing and even authoring it!

  5. No. Not in the slightest. For if he did, ‘He would never have crucified the Lord of Glory.”

    For that is what De Santis has done, crucified Christ anew, by ennobling and pseudo-legitimizing the Sons of their Father, the Devil.

    De Santis is a New HEROD.

  6. If Jews and their hand puppets like Ronnie need to pass “laws” like this abomination – you know Humans out their are engaging in “pattern recognition”.

  7. According to what I’ve read, there’s supposedly a developing movement to bring the Jews to heel and even expel them, somehow.

    I don’t see how it can be done without adopting laws that are fundamentally shocking and opposed to the traditional American Political Paradigms of Liberty and protection from wrongful or unjust prosecution.

    This is what drives the Jews’ current neurosis about “fighting Fascism” and seeing “Nazis” under every bed. They know that it takes authoritarian means to remove them from the body politic.

    • @James Owen: If President Jackson could order the expulsion of the Cherokee Nation from the Upper South to a land west of the Mississippi over the objection of Northern liberals and the US Supreme Court then we can theoretically expel the jews to a remote region as well.

      PS: I am encouraged by what you said about the possibility of bringing the jews to heel. They need to understand that America does not belong to them.

  8. HB 741 is a trial balloon for the sheenies to see how much they can eventually get away with nationally as far as the 1stAmend goes.

  9. This shameless Shabbos Goy is helping to criminalize free speech by sneaking it in through the “anti-Semitic” door.

  10. So if I was to point out that Haim Sabin was the number one contributor to Hillary Clinton’s campaign and that Sheldon Adelson was the number one contributor to Trump’s campaign, both donors of whom happen to be Jewish, I am guilty of a hate crime according to Florida’s new law? Truth is hate to those who hate the truth!

    The same people wanting to make it a crime to criticize or boycott Israel are the same people who wanted to put sanctions on South Africa and demand it dismantle Apartheid.

  11. The fact that they have this law that grants immunity to Israel as regards boycott and sanctions above every other nation in the world is proof of the reality of Jewish influence and power no matter how hard their supporters try to deny it! The JLC is real! (Judeo-Liberal Coalition)

  12. DeSantis is on track to increase his percentage of the Jew vote by 1% with this blatant Jew fawning.

  13. He started out as a decent Congressman but then you slowly saw that he was voting Jew. Like most of them eventually do.

    There is no dignity among fraudsters.

  14. This is one of the few times I’m glad the U.S. has such a strong judicial branch. Overall, I tend to side with elected officials over courts (recall that they destroyed CA’s Save Our State initiative). 90% of Floridians won’t care about this. But the 5% who are vehemently against will challenge it in court.

    I’m actually a little glad the pro-occupation hardliners are biting off a little more than they can chew on this one. It will make Beto’s views re: Netanyahu’s racism much more common among Dems.

Comments are closed.