Trump Issues Executive Order Banning Any Activity Jews Define as “Anti-Semitic” on American Campuses

President Trump signs a new executive order that makes criticism of Jews essentially illegal at all US schools. He is seen here signing the order at a Hanukkah reception at the White House. Look closely at the image. Your eyes aren’t deceiving you — standing in the Oval Office as Trump betrays the American people by signing this order, we see disgraced Jewish sex-parlor habitué and billionaire Robert Kraft, and the even more unspeakable Alan Dershowitz, close associate of another Jewish billionaire, sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein — who abused hundreds if not thousands of White teen girls. Dershowitz was identified by one of the girls as actually participating in multiple rapes and abuse incidents. Dershowitz also arranged for Epstein to get a “sweetheart” deal with Washington, so his worst crimes would go unpunished.

Thanks to Trump, at US schools it’s now illegal to say that Jewish nationalism is ever “racist” or hateful — meanwhile the Jewish-run media scream “racist hater nazi” 24/7 at even the slightest and most mild expression of White nationalism. Read this controlled media article and look at what some foolishly called the “God Emperor” has just done. If you still believe Trump’s playing six-million-dimensional chess, you’re kidding yourself. Also make sure and read the picture caption to see who is “standing by” Trump in the Oval Office as he betrays us and his oath of office.

PRESIDENT TRUMP signed an executive order on Wednesday that will make Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act apply to “anti-Semitic” acts. The order is generating concern that it will stifle free speech by those who oppose Israel’s policy toward the Palestinians.

The executive order takes indirect aim at the
Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement that has generated intense
controversy on college campuses.

Title VI bans discrimination based on race, color or national origin in programs and activities, such as colleges and universities, that receive federal funding. The executive order will extend the ban to discrimination based on “anti-Semitism.”

Trump signed the order at a Hanukkah celebration at the White House on Wednesday afternoon. A draft copy of the executive order was published Wednesday by Jewish Insider.

The draft order suggests that those charged with enforcing Title VI consider the definition of “anti-Semitism” adopted by International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, which states: “Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.”

The order points in particular to the alliance’s “Contemporary Examples of Anti-Semitism.”

Among
its examples is “Denying the Jewish people their right to
self-determination, e.g., by claiming that the existence of a State of
Israel is a racist endeavor.”

Anti-Defamation League CEO
Jonathan Greenblatt says the order won’t define Jewishness as a
nationality, but rather includes Jews under the rubric of Title VI.

“That’s
something we have long advocated for and does not break new ground in
identifying Jews as a protected class,” he tells NPR. “But what it does
say is that discrimination against Jews may give rise to a Title VI
violation when that discrimination is based on the individual’s race,
color or national origin.”

He says the guidance will be useful to law enforcement, campus officials and others trying to fight hate.

The left-leaning Jewish group J-Street said in a statement
that the order “appears designed less to combat anti-Semitism than to
have a chilling effect on free speech and to crack down on campus
critics of Israel.”

J-Street adds that “we feel it is misguided
and harmful for the White House to unilaterally declare a broad range
of nonviolent campus criticism of Israel to be anti-Semitic, especially
at a time when the prime driver of anti-Semitism in this country is the
xenophobic, white nationalist far-right.”

The White House said it had been spurred by a rise in “anti-Semitic” incidents since 2013, and that it was looking for a way to ensure colleges take “anti-Semitic” acts seriously.

The Republican Jewish Coalition praised the move, calling Trump “the most Pro-Israel President in American history” and saying that he has “shown himself to be the most pro-Jewish president as well. Today’s order will have a real, positive impact in protecting Jewish college students from anti-Semitism.”

James
Loeffler, a professor of Jewish history at the University of Virginia,
says there has been a century-long debate among Jewish civil rights
activists about the question of defining Jews differently.

“Everyone
recognizes that Jews are a complicated amalgam of ethnicity and
religion, and treating them as a kind of quasi-racial group can have
negative consequences,” he says. “There’s a lot of fear among many
Jewish leaders all throughout the past century about that.”

He
says that because Jews have a different kind of identity, using the law
to figure out how to protect them “is what we should be doing, as well
as for other groups who may not fit exactly against the religion or race
categories that we normally think about minorities in terms of.”

On its face, Loeffer says, Trump’s order is a reasonable way to address concerns about “anti-Semitism” and discrimination, particularly because Title VI doesn’t refer to religion.

But he says he share the
concerns of those who believe it could be used to infringe on the First
Amendment rights of those who would voice controversial political speech
about Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. “Clearly, given the
administration’s political position on those issues, it’s not
unrealistic to see this as coming out of that context.”

Like many statutes and administrative rules, Loeffer says, the effect of the executive order will depend on how it’s interpreted.

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Source: NPR

Source Article from https://nationalvanguard.org/2019/12/trump-issues-executive-order-banning-any-activity-jews-define-as-anti-semitic-on-american-campuses/

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