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The many Jewish students in the campus encampments, along with other Jews protesting the Gaza phase of the Palestinian Genocide, deserve the highest praise for many reasons.  One reason is that by their deeds they are countering what might otherwise turn into a wave of antisemitism.

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America’s universities are on fire. A protest movement against the violence in Gaza and U.S. colleges’ complicity in them has swept the nation, with encampments on college campuses in 45 of America’s 50 states. The crackdown has been swift; thousands of students have been arrested, charged, fined, lost their degrees, or even deported.

In the ongoing battle by US University administrators to remove the correct definition of “Genocide” from the minds of their students including the one provided by Websters and Oxfords’, the campus re-education program at the University of California/ San Diego over the past two weeks is proving unsuccessful.

The tents may be gone. The “Constant of Conscience” of their students has not.

Joe Olson, Chris Weinert, and I discuss current events to sharply discern objective reality fit for news from corporate media bullshit to herd sheeple: here on BitChute and (censored on YouTube).

 

Topics and stories informing analysis of today’s news:

 

1. Israel’s Orwellian-illegal ongoing War of Aggression on Gaza + WW3:

A protest at Emory University has descended into chaos as Georgia police officers fired rubber bullets and tasers at anti-Israel activists. 

In this, the latest explosive example of unrest on American college campuses, students and faculty members were arrested as videos showed Atlanta Police Officers and Georgia State Troopers wrestling them on the ground. A demonstrator was also seen being tasered by an officer as he lay in the grass. 

Our society does not have an antisemitism crisis. It doesn’t have a crisis of far left radicalism, Islamist extremism, support for terrorism, or fomenting of dissent by foreign powers.

Our society has a moral crisis. A cruelty crisis. An imperialism crisis. A militarism crisis. A propaganda crisis. An insincerity crisis. A stupidity crisis. An obedience crisis.

We put together a short reel of some of the people who are fighting the genocide in Gaza.

It shows that they come from every walk of life – military, artists, college students, community people, even a US Senator.

Unfortunately, the news media, mainstream and so-called alternative, seems to only show shrill people screaming and waving “Free Palestine” signs.

The resistance to the atrocity is much broader and is being fought in many different places and in many different ways.

During the summer of protests that followed the Minneapolis police murder of George Floyd in May 2020, journalists and readers alike began taking a hard look at how much news reporting relied on police sources. In particular, the standard use of “police said” articles—where the main or only source of information came from law enforcement—was leading the media to publish information that was outright wrong.