Black Lives Matter is demonizing Jewish people and Israel. This is the result. Now imagine if an NFL player had directed such racism towards any other ethnic group. They would be out of the NFL. The Eagles owner and general manager (both of whom are Jewish) should cut Jackson immediately. In addition, Roger Goodell should ban Jackson from the NFL. The NFL is making a strong effort to appease Black Lives Matter. Now we’ll see if Jewish lives matter to the NFL, and the sports networks such as ESPN.
This barely causes a ripple.
The left are the new Nazis and BLM are their brownshirts.
“When people criticize Zionists they mean Jews, you are talking anti-Semitism.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. pic.twitter.com/mxhResVtwJ
— RJC (@RJC) January 15, 2018
DeSean Jackson shares anti-semitic quotes attributed to Hitler on Instagram
By Philly Voice, July 7, 2020
DeSean Jackson shared anti-semitic quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler on his Instagram story over the July 4th holiday, and continued to use the quotes as a conversation piece during several posts on the social media network on Monday afternoon.
The controversy started with a single story post over the weekend, in which Jackson shared the following quote purportedly from Hitler:
The quote’s origin* and the original source is dubious at best, traced backward to e-books published by authors of little repute, though that seems to be beside the point, as Jackson appears to believe Hitler is the source and is (at least passively) endorsing the message, filled with anti-semitic tropes about Jewish people secretly controlling the world.
(*Research suggests the screenshotted passage is from the book “Jerusalem” by Dennine Barnett, as the font in Jackson’s post matches text in that book. But Barnett attributes the quote to a book by historian Robert Edwin Herzstein, “The Nazis World War II,” published in July 1980.)
Jackson’s original post follows what appears to be a July 4th weekend where he spent a considerable amount of time watching and listening to Minister Louis Farrakhan, the controversial leader of the Nation of Islam, with Jackson posting several times about his hours-long speech in the days since.
“This man powerful,” Jackson said. “I hope everyone got a chance to watch this!! Don’t be blinded. Know what’s going on!!”
Farrakhan, who has routinely been dubbed anti-semitic and homophobic by watchdog groups, first came under fire for anti-semitism in the mid-1980s, when he reportedly referred to Judaism as a “dirty religion” and later said Hitler was “a very great man” after being dubbed “Black Hitler” by the Chair of the Anti-Defamation League:
Jackson’s continued posts were met with strong criticism across social media on Monday evening, with former Eagles President Joe Banner, a Jewish man, calling Jackson’s actions, “absolutely indefensible.”
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