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Being someone from a minority group I know what it’s like to be on the receiving end of discrimination and stereotypes, so I don’t condone any kind of discrimination or hateful speech, no matter what the minority group is. Some might describe me as an antisemite because of my comments about Israel and the Israeli government, that’s because the definition of antisemitism was changed in 2016 to include any criticism of Israel, no matter how justified that criticism is. This is the problem with a lot of the discussions about race that have been going on recently and the toxic cancel culture (mob mentality) that follows it, you have to be able to discern what’s racism and what isn’t racism. When I talk about Israel and Zionism I don’t say the Jewish people, I say Israel and the Israeli government. It’s not the Jewish people who kill innocent Palestinians and sabotage their entire existence, it’s the Israeli government and armed forces. It’s the same with Black Lives Matter, any criticism of the organization, no matter how justified, is considered racist. While I agree with and support the message of Black Lives Matter, I wasn’t aware until recently that their donations get funneled straight to the democrat party, the one’s who, through their polices, are responsible for the inequalities and injustices against Black Americans. So while I’m all for the peaceful protests, I have to question the integrity of the organization and what’s actually going on behind the scenes. I keep seeing things about Jews being the ones running the world (media, music industry, banks etc). Sure some of the ‘ruling elite’ may be ethnically Jewish, but it’s not about ethnicity, it’s a mentality. The desire for power and the domination, suppression and destruction of humanity. None of these people are religious either, well they are but not in the way people think. They’re illuminati Satanists, and soon everyone’s gonna see it.