Read carefully

As your betters explain the tangled web of justified hate. When someone criticizes those filthy jews they do so not out of anti-semitism, but because of their support for the policies of Israel.

Love announced that “although offensive to the Jewish students, the . . . events at issue were not based on the national origin of the Jewish students, but rather based on opposition to the policies of Israel.” For this reason, Love concluded, “these incidents, therefore, were not within OCR’s subject matter jurisdiction.”

But, American opposition to healthcare? RACIST!

To hate the jew is merely … a political reality.

Irvine’s administration vigorously defended not only the right but also the value of anti-Semitic hate speech. Vice Chancellor Miguel Gomez, for example, allegedly insisted that “one person’s hate speech is another person’s education.”

Classic.

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2 Comments on “Read carefully”

  1. jw Says:

    Double-speak. Pure and simple. I am sickened by this.

    “Something is happening here, what is ain’t exactly clear…”, indeed it is EXACTLY CLEAR what is happening here.

    For thee, but not for me.

    I’m righteously pissed off, once again.

  2. xbradtc Says:

    Guess next time I’m in Irvine, I’m gonna have to burn a Koran.


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