Joe Biden Condemns Violent, Anti-Semitic Pro-Palestinian College Protests

Joe Biden was fine with the far worse violent protests in the Summer of Floyd. Nothing has happened on any of these campuses that is even close to what we saw in 2020. The difference between now and then is that the activist Left is protesting the genocide in Gaza, not “white supremacy,” and this offends Bibi Netanyahu and AIPAC and the big Jewish donors who own the Democratic Party.

Note: Biden is giving his big speech on anti-Semitism on Tuesday.


  1. On the one hand I understand Biden’s hypocrisy in wanting to silence students just because they offend “untouchable Israel,” on the other hand I confess that I don’t feel sorry for these leftist degenerates, they are always the first to prevent others from freedom of speech and above all they have never been punished for the Floyd riots or all the other times they burned down cities and created chaos. While recognizing the hypocrisy of repression, I think it does these woke students good to taste some of their own soup.

    • @Marcel,

      I understand your reasoning on these anti-European/White cultural marxists getting a huge helping of ‘just dessert,’ and I think there could be an additional benefit of having a “I began to hate them’ eureka moment. It has to be blatantly obvious as to who are the responsible party for police not intervening when they are attacked by rabid IOF expats, as in the UCLA incident, and being treated by the NYPD like Palestinians are everyday by ZOF in Palestine.

      I would welcome hundreds of thousands freshly minted allies in the battle against jewish supremacy in the West and elsewhere.


  2. “””….Biden is giving his big speech…”””

    Enemy makes one mistake after another. First they demonstrated to whole world that all Jew conspiracy theories are conspiracy facts and Jews really have absolute control.

    Now instead of sending this uncomfortable information into memory hole with all those protests, they keeping JQ on the front page. First Joe speech, then Bibi with his 300 standing oivations.

    Whole mess is good for us. I think that things go worse and will end up like 1937 Soviet Union where young energetic brats with Nikolai Yezhov in charge slaughtered Lenin old bolsheviks. What was another nice name for Jews.

  3. White supremacy isn’t real in the 21st century, it doesn’t exist, it isn’t really a thing, that’s why you’re allowed to focus on it.
    In fact there is a concerted effort to exterminate the white race by flooding white countries with nonwhite immigrants.
    Jewish supremacy on the other hand is very real, that’s why you’re not allowed to focus on it.
    We are ruled by Zionists, as well as corporations, the military and the security and surveillance state.
    You’re not allowed to notice who rules you.
    Camouflage is their greatest weapon.

    Also, they don’t mind if you riot in poor neighborhoods, just not in the rich neighborhoods where their kids go to school.
    It’s classism.
    Tearing down poor neighborhoods is great fun for the rich, but no disruption at colleges and universities is permitted because that’s where their kids go to get the education their parents paid for.

    White supremacy is a of hicks in rural Alabama.
    Jewish supremacy is the most powerful lobbies, media, think tanks and mafia in the wealthiest and most powerful country in the world.

  4. I meant to say white supremacy is a *couple* of hicks in rural Alabama.
    Jewish supremacy is the most powerful lobbies, media, think tanks and mafia in the wealthiest and most powerful country in the world.

    • When you say a “couple of hicks in rural Alabama,” are you referring to me & Hunter? Because it sure seems like that.
      Can’t say I’m too pleased to be spoken about in such a nasty and dismissive way, frankly.

  5. I hate to break it to you, but mega-wealthy jewish donors own the GOP too. You know that, but you are putting your grits and sweet tea on the “red team.”

    When are you going to announce that OD endorses Donald Judas Trump for Executive Eunuch of the jewnited states of ashkenazim?

  6. The college protesters are losing their religion and are finding Christ and all it took was for the Jews to show themselves as they really are, heartless predators, with out a soul or moral conscious.

    • @Robert Browning,

      I really hate to break it to you, and others that still cling to “The Fisherman of men from Galilee,” but your Christ and His “Father” are absentee landlords.

      How many massacres, humiliations, and outcomes that would cause Job to give up do y’all need to see that we only have fellow Europeans with a unified pro-White ideology to survive this very real existential threat to ourselves and our descendant’s survival and well-being?

      • I hate to break it to you but the morality of Christianity is the protection and defense of the weak and the innocent and it is a supreme morality far far greater than the equality crap the Jews are always trying to sell, only being sold because it allows the Jews predatory nature to go unchecked. The wolves are not equal to the sheep, the sheep are prey. And the students who have been condition their whole lives in the equality crap are now turning on it, how do you explain it? To me it is an inborn natural inclination, to protect and defend the weak and the innocent. Natural, as in created by God.

  7. The ZOG troopers were pulling masks off of protestors at UCLA as part of the jews’ ritualistic humiliation of anyone that dares to challenge ZOG – just like the jews humiliated the Charlottesville and J6 participants and still do to this day. And yet people are still dumb enough to think that Whites can vote their way out of this mess.

    • @Ringo,

      Mossad literally admitted they are using facial recognition AI software, and threatened that students that protest against the born in terrorism and maintained in terrorism and genocide jewish regime will not fare well in future employment opportunities.

      I am sure OD’s resident Hasbara troll will approve of this finacial exortion by his tribe.

  8. You know it’s bad when Jank of the Young Turks is noticing.
    Barry and Valjarr are loving the Iranian offer of come on over campus comrades for some edumacation, just don’t go up on the roof fruity snowflakes.
    The smoke of the burning of this fourth world turd is glorious!
    Yes we can.

  9. “Joe Biden Condemns Violent, Anti-Semitic Pro-Palestinian College Protests”:

    Joe Biden does nothing but read (tries to read) out loud what is put before him. The statements and “thoughts” of the puppet government of the U.sury S.ystem including the sounds uttered by the Commander-in-Chief are meaningless. If the ridiculous “Commander-in-Chief” puppet was reading a commendation (praise) of the protests instead of condemnation of the protests, he would do that just as readily. The anti-genocide protesters are NOT violent. The U.S.’s/CIA’s army of counter-protesters is doing all the violence. Caitlin Johnstone has a very good post on that today:

  10. So Biden’s favorite “poster child” for anti-Antisemitism is now being replaced by his own people on the Left. What about Charlottesville??? Somehow Joe’s heart is not in attacking the Left as he was about attacking Whites protesting against the removal of the statue of Robert E. Lee and Trump’s response.

    OK Joe, go after the Jew-haters on the Left with the very same passion — you anti-White anti-South hypocrite!

    Secede Now!

    May God Save the South!

  11. meanwhile in Canada :
    “The Canadian State Is Euthanizing Its Poor and Disabled”

    Canada boasts one of the world’s highest assisted-death rates, supposedly enabling the terminally ill to die with dignity. However, this suicide program increasingly resembles a dystopian replacement for care services, exchanging social welfare for euthanasia.

    For want of a mattress, a man is dead. That’s the story, in sum, of a quadriplegic man who chose to end his life in January through medically assisted death. Normand Meunier’s story, as reported by the CBC, began with a visit to a Quebec hospital due to a respiratory virus. Meunier subsequently developed a painful bedsore after being left without access to a mattress to accommodate his needs. Thereafter, he applied to Canada’s Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) program.

    As Rachel Watts writes in her report, Meunier spent ninety-five hours on a stretcher in the emergency room — just hours short of four days. The bedsore he developed “eventually worsened to the point where bone and muscle were exposed and visible — making his recovery and prognosis bleak.” The man who “didn’t want to be a burden” chose to die at home. An internal investigation into the matter is underway.
    Disability and other advocates have been warning us for years that MAiD puts people at risk. They warned that the risk of people choosing death — because it’s easier than fighting to survive in a system that impoverishes people, and disproportionately does so to those who are disabled — is real. Underinvestment in medical care will push people up to and beyond the brink, which means some will choose to die instead of “burden” their loved ones or society at large. They were right.
    MAiD as the Failed Social Welfare State
    Canada now has one of the highest assisted-death rates in the world. As the Guardian reported in February, 4.1 percent of deaths in the country were physician-assisted — and the number is growing, up 30 percent between 2021 and 2022. In a survey of just over 13,100 people who opted for MAiD, a significant majority — 96.5 percent — chose to end their lives in the face of terminal illness or imminent death, Leyland Cecco, author of the report, noted. But 463 chose it in the face of “a chronic condition.”

    A libertarian ethos partially underwrote the fact that not many people blinked when MAiD was initially rolled out. Taking a more expansive view of rights, many of those not swayed by rote libertarianism were convinced that concerns over bodily autonomy and compassion were reason enough to adopt MAiD. However, in the absence of a robust welfare state, and in the face of structural poverty and discrimination, particularly toward disabled people, there is no world in which the MAiD program can be understood to be “progressive.”

    Indeed, last year, Jeremy Appel argued that MAiD was “beginning to look like a dystopian end run around the cost of providing social welfare.” Initially supportive, he changed his mind on MAiD as he considered that the decisions people make are not strictly speaking individual but are instead collectively shaped and sometimes “the product of social circumstances, which are outside of their control.” When we don’t care for one another, what do we end up with?

    “I’ve come to realize,” wrote Appel, “that euthanasia in Canada represents the cynical endgame of social provisioning with the brutal logic of late-stage capitalism — we’ll starve you of the funding you need to live a dignified life [. . .] and if you don’t like it, why don’t you just kill yourself?”

    Bracketing the question of whether the program should even exist at all, permitting those suffering from mental illness to access a suicide program — which the government was prepared to allow before rescheduling the controversial expansion of the law until 2027 — is the stuff of nightmarish science fiction. We can instead focus on the absurd and disturbing reality that our underfunded and subpar administration of care in Canada has led some up to, and through, the door of assisted death. As things stand, more will follow. It’s grotesque.

    In Canada’s most populous province, Ontario, a recipient of disability support receives about $1,300 a month — a pittance they’re meant to stretch to cover food, shelter, and other basic needs. Ontario Works — the province’s welfare program — pays a current maximum of $733 a month. Meanwhile, rental costs for a one bedroom apartment routinely push toward an average of $2,000 a month in many cities. In April, in Toronto, a one bedroom apartment averaged almost $2,500 a month.

    Euthanized by the State
    In a 2023 paper in the Canadian Medical Association Journal entitled “What Drives Requests for MAiD?” James Downar and Susan MacDonald argue that

    [d]espite fears that availability of MAiD for people with terminal illness would lead to requests for MAiD driven by socioeconomic deprivation or poor service availability (e.g., palliative care), available evidence consistently indicates that MAiD is most commonly received by people of high socioeconomic status and lower support needs, and those with high involvement of palliative care.

    By their own admission, the data on this matter is imperfect. But even if it were, the fact that “most” patients who choose MAiD are better off socioeconomically is beside the point. Some are not — and those “some” are important. That includes a man living with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis who, in 2019, chose medically assisted death because he couldn’t find adequate medical care that would also allow him to be with his son. It also includes a man whose application listed only “hearing loss,” and whose brother says he was “basically put to death.” This story came a year after experts raised the concern that the country’s MAiD regime was in violation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

    In 2022, Global News said the quiet part out loud: poverty is driving disabled Canadians to consider MAiD. Those “some” who are driven to assisted death because of poverty or an inability to access adequate care deserve to live with dignity and with the resources they need to live as they wish. They should never, ever feel the pressure to choose to die because our social welfare institutions are starved and our health care system has been vandalized through years of austerity and poor management.

    Given the way our institutions and economic and political elite create and perpetuate poverty in Canada, particularly among disabled people, we should be particularly sensitive to the implications of the country’s MaiD regime for those who are often ignored when warning about the dangers of the law.

    The fact that we collectively have the wealth, means, and resources to address endemic poverty and provide adequate care to all but choose not to while any number of poor and disabled people are euthanized by the state is profane.

    For Whom the Bell Doesn’t Toll
    In a February piece for the Globe and Mail, University of Toronto law professor Trudo Lemmens wrote, “The results of our MAiD regime’s promotion of access to death as a benefit, and the trivialization of death as a harm to be protected against, are increasingly clear.” In critiquing MAiD’s second track, which allows physician-assisted death for those who do not face “a reasonably foreseeable death,” Lemmens points out that within two years of its adoption, “‘track two’ MAiD providers had ended already the lives of close to seven hundred disabled people, most of whom likely had years of life left.”

    In raising concerns about expanding MAiD to cover mental illness, Lemmens added that “there are growing concerns that inadequate social and mental health care, and a failure to provide housing supports, push people to request MAiD,” noting that “[a]dding mental illness as a basis for MAiD will only increase the number of people exposed to higher risks of premature death.”

    In 2021, Gabrielle Peters warned in Maclean’s that extending MAiD to cover those who weren’t facing an immediately foreseeable death was “dangerous, unsettling and deeply flawed.” She traced the various ways in which a broader MAiD law could lead to people choosing to die in the face of austerity, adding an intersectional lens that is often missing from our discussions and debates over the issue.

    She warned that we were failing to consider “how poverty and racism intersect with disability to create greater risk of harm, more institutional bias and barriers, additional layers of othering and dehumanization, and fewer resources for addressing any of these.” And now here we are. We should have listened more carefully.

    While MAiD may be defensible as a means for individuals to exercise personal choice in how they live and how they die when facing illness and pain, it is plainly indefensible when state-induced austerity and mismanagement leads to people choosing to end their lives that have been made unnecessarily miserable. In short, we are killing people for being poor and disabled, which is horrifying.

    It thus falls to proponents of MAiD to show how such deaths can be avoided, just as it falls to policymakers to build or rebuild institutions that ensure no one ever opts to end their life for lack of resources or support, which we could provide in abundance if we choose to.

    • Check out on YouTube (if you can still find it) George Bernard Shaw justify yourself. Basically the Fabian maniacs will have you appear before a panel and, if you are consuming more than you are producing, then the state, the almighty state, has the right to end your life.

      This is where it is heading in all Western countries, canada is just the avant garde. Remember, to these Fabian scum, the state owns you completely, and you are either an asset or a liability.

      George Orwell also discussed the all powerful state in his books. Make no mistake, this is where we are heading.

      Death to ZOG.

  12. America is not a free country. Wake up, stupid Americans! You are slaves for Israel, and Israel will not tolerate your holding opinions and ideas of which the “apple of God’s eye” does not approve.

    FWIW, China is also not a free country, but at least its repressive government works for the good of the Chinese people. Meanwhile the American government now promotes and protects policies and programs for the benefit of a foreign power.

    • Kolya please, no government works for the wellbeing of its people. Most governments are owned by the international banking families. This is why China and most others locked its people down and also why EVERY country in the world is planning on bringing in CBDC’s, which are all about total absolute control of the individual.

      Nothing is ever what it seems.

  13. Off-topic but timely information: The Macron regime has made good on its threat and for the first time OFFICIALLY deployed troops (note that multi-national, multi-racial Legionnaires are eligible for French citizenship in return for their service) engaged on the front line against Russia in Slavyansk, Ukraine. The first one hundred of 1,500 troops scheduled to arrive are already in place. This is open, unabashed, declared war by France against Russia (although we know thousands of French, Polish, American and other foreign troops have been in Ukraine fighting against Russia almost since the beginning):

    • This tells us that the debt collapse is close. Western governments need an external factor, like war with Russia, as a scapegoat to blame for the coming collapse of Western civilisation and the plunge into hyperinflation.

      Prepare accordingly as the hour is late.

    • Well first, Russia has been meddling in France’s near abroad of Africa Francaise for decades. The covert action Russia has conducted against France is magnitudes larger than what France has provided to the Ukrainians. Russianhas been provoking a response killing French allied politicians and military officers, engaging in revolution to overthrow French allied governments, and arming Moslems to commit Jijadi terrorism.

      France has centuries of relationships, ties, networks, and colonies in Africa Francaise. In turn, millions of Africans from the region, both Black and Berber, work, live, or have settled in France. Lastly, its hugely economically important to France.

      Its crucial to French security they have friendly governments in the region. Russia started meddling here long before France got involved in supporting anti-Russian elements in Ukraine. The recent escalation of Russia using mercenary group known as Africa Corps in direct action against French troops iis huge. France is now retaliating. Obviou, either Putin wants war or is deluded into thinking setting up hostile actions and governments in NATO’s southern flank won’t get a reaction. Putin needs to deescalate.

  14. Cenk Uygur is wrong.

    According to the IHRA definition of “anti-Semitism”, the protests most certainly are “anti-Semitic”.

    • Christ was the biggest anti-Semite there ever was, and he was the son of God. If you are saying it is immoral to hate jews then you gotta take it up with God.

  15. Cui bono from the college protests? A: The Usual Suspects who, most likely, have had a part in organizing and funding these protests. The campus protests have shifted TV attention from the war in Gaza and its disturbing images to U.S. campuses. The protesters are not a sympathetic group, college students being perceived, rightly or wrongly as privileged brats, foreigners and ingrates. This is better for Our Greatest Ally than having pictures of 2,000 Lb. U.S. made bombs dropped from U.S. made planes paid for by U.S. taxpayers on civilians in Gaza on TV.

    They managed to get a bill passed by the scumbags in the House of Reprobates point blank banning criticism of Our Greatest Ally, clearly unconstitutional. After the loathsome dinosaurs in the Senate pass the legislation the precedent will be set for similar legislation banning criticism of the rest of GloboHomo Shopping Mall Empire. From their point of view, what’s not to like?

    When Our Greatest Ally restarts its campaign against Rafah in Gaza the horrible images of civilian suffering will be back on the tube, to a limited extent. Public protests off campus (the academic year is almost over) will resume too, this time without the instigation of The Usual Suspects. These protest will clearly be a violation of the new anti-semitism laws giving the U.S. Government an excuse to clamp down on dissent. When the U.S. Government brings back conscription, likewise the new anti-semitism law will used to crush opposition to conscription.

  16. > After pretending to be tough on him, Schumer is now inviting Netanyahu to speak to Congress. After he’s slaughtered 25,000 women and children, our politicians give him $17 billion, pass laws making it illegal to criticize his government and invite him to lecture us. Disgusting. – Cenk Uygur

    I wonder if it will be as good as Satanyahoo’s last visit? That was like a scene from Gulag Archipelago: Endless rounds of standing ovations from all but a few of the clowns. Here’s the quote from Solzhenitsyn:

    > At the conclusion of the conference, a tribute to Comrade Stalin was called for. Of course, everyone stood up (just as everyone had leaped to his feet during the conference at every mention of his name). … For three minutes, four minutes, five minutes, the stormy applause, rising to an ovation, continued. But palms were getting sore and raised arms were already aching. … However, who would dare to be the first to stop? … After all, NKVD men were standing in the hall applauding and watching to see who would quit first! And in the obscure, small hall, unknown to the leader, the applause went on – six, seven, eight minutes! … They couldn’t stop now till they collapsed with heart attacks! …

    > The director of the local paper factory, an independent and strong-minded man, stood with the presidium. Aware of all the falsity and all the impossibility of the situation, he still kept on applauding! Nine minutes! Ten! In anguish he watched the secretary of the District Party Committee, but the latter dared not stop. Insanity! To the last man! With make-believe enthusiasm on their faces, looking at each other with faint hope, the district leaders were just going to go on and on applauding till they fell where they stood, till they were carried out of the hall on stretchers! Then, after eleven minutes, the director of the paper factory assumed a businesslike expression and sat down in his seat. And, oh, a miracle took place! Where had the universal, uninhibited, indescribable enthusiasm gone? To a man, everyone else stopped dead and sat down. They had been saved!

    > … That same night the factory director was arrested. They easily pasted ten years on him on the pretext of something quite different. But after he had signed Form 206, the final document of the interrogation, his interrogator reminded him: “Don’t ever be the first to stop applauding.” — Alexander Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago

    Voat moar harder, zeks! in the meantime – ”Don’t ever be the first to stop applauding”. Wonder if Cheetohead the Great will be attending? Maybe he could whistle from the peanut gallery.

  17. You WN’s are really no different than Biden who condemns the anti-genocide protesters. Even if you are AFRAID to oppose your government, you should at least be proud of your American college students who do have the courage to protest against the U.S.’s genocide of Palestine at the cost of brutal arrest, criminal records and destroyed education and career opportunities. But instead, you WN’s laugh at the protesters, or you ignore them or say you “won’t touch the protests with a ten foot pole.” Hear one of these brave student protesters speak in his own words to a Fox News reporter: He says “The difference between us and these cops is that there are limits to when we continue following orders (…) and it doesn’t matter what you do to us, because there are principles and there are human lives THAT MATTER MORE THAN OUR CAREERS AND OUR FUTURES, and that’s what separates us from the coward president of this university and these coward cops.” But the real reason why you WNs either ignore or denigrate the anti-genocide protests and give your tacit consent to the capitalist-imperialist genocide is that you (WNs) are genocidal capitalist-imperialist system-conserving reactionaries yourselves.

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