NAACP leader fired from state job after antisemitic social media posts surface


Jewish Americans played a significant and prominent role in the Civil Rights movement. In fact, the NAACP was co-founded by Jewish Americans. Martin Luther-King loved Jews and was a strong supporter of Israel.

The left destroys every movement it co-opts.

Today, much of the black leadership in the United States are vehement haters of Israel. Prominent black leaders such as Cornell West, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan, and Jeremiah Wright are virulent anti-Semites, as are many members of the Congressional Black Caucus. America’s first black president was a vicious anti-Semite and abusively hostile to Israel. In addition, Black Lives Matter openly endorsed the BDS Movement in their first ever platform, in a shocking betrayal of American Jews.

Many of America’s prominent black leaders have also not condemned the spike in anti-Semitic attacks across the United States, most particularly in Brooklyn. Shame on them.

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Passaic NAACP leader fired from state job after anti-Semitic social media posts surface

Dye has also praised Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and former Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi and minimized the Holocaust in relation to what black people have suffered, according to Politico. “The black holocaust has been & continues to be the worst of them all even though white media wants to make you think it’s the Jews,” he said, according to the outlet. 

By northjersey.com, August 20, 2019:

The leader of the Passaic NAACP, who was recently hired by the Murphy administration, was fired from his state job Tuesday after a series of anti-Semitic and racist social media posts surfaced.

The Facebook posts by Jeffrey Dye included his calling it “a damn shame” and a “disgrace” that the United States sends billions of dollars in aid to Israel, one of its closest allies, and saying, “Jews At it again divide & conquering us,” according to media reports.

Dye also criticized the improper hiring practices of former Schools Development Authority Chief Executive Officer Lizette Delgado-Polanco, saying she was “hiring all Latino family members and friends and excluding black people.” Delgado-Polanco resigned under pressure earlier this year, and last month the administration fired 27 people she had hired.

That scandal added to questions about Murphy’s hiring practices that first arose when the Department of Education hired former Passaic Councilman Marcellus Jackson, who served prison after admitting to public corruption. That hiring might have gone unnoticed had it not been for Dye. As president of the Passaic chapter of the NAACP, Dye had planned to honor Jackson at an award luncheon.


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