AirBnb Bans Jews from App in the West Bank
Anti-semitism takes many forms, but most Americans are really only familiar with one of them.
Of course, we’re talking about “far-right” anti-semitism, which has most obviously manifested in Nazi Germany and very small white supremacist groups in the United States and Europe. Now, we don’t want to minimize this — this sort of anti-semitism is just as vile as any other. At the same time, it’s not really something we need to remind you about — virtually everyone with a basic public school education or above understands this.
On the other side of this dark coin, there is far-left anti-semitism — the kind that drove people like author and philosopher Ayn Rand to flee the Soviet Union and take refuge in the United States. The Jewish people are by and large a high-IQ demographic, meaning that they tend to be successful regardless of which country they live in. Therefore, they are typically associated with the capitalist class, which is akin to being marked for death when far-left radicals take over.
Then there’s the third kind — Islamic anti-semitism, which is without a doubt what’s on display with AirBnb at the moment. It’s a historic hatred that goes too far back and is too widespread. Ezra Levant over at Rebel Media has the latest on this below.
~ Liberty Video News