The recent outrage against Jewish participants at Chicago’s “Dyke March” got me thinking about the totalizing awfulness represented by BDS.
The role we Jews play in this ugly game of tyrants is that of the experimental lab animal.
Israel’s enemies are so lacking in empathy that they are ready to storm the gates to keep gay people in line.
Continuing from last time, why is it that the twentieth state government officially denouncing the BDS movement last week created so little stir among BDS opponents and proponents, even as stories about the occasional student government passing a meaningless divestment resolution continues to cause loud public cheers from the Israel haters, and equally loud teeth-gnashing from our side? […]
Our opponents still think of themselves as being on the cusp of tremendous victory, while we still feel vulnerable and besieged.
Rather than reject harassment and intimidation on campus, those activities should be enshrined as the new norm to be embraced and encouraged by everyone.
BDSholes systematically privilege themselves out of a sense of entitlement which immunizes them against any and all criticism.
U Wisconsin at Madison demonstrates why campus BDS resolutions resolutions represent nothing more than the depravity of Israel’s foes.
Why should we get bent out of shape by impotent divestment resolutions guaranteed to be ignored?
It is our mission to build into our campaigns and communication an appeal to the foundational sense of self of those we are trying to persuade.
One of the reasons extreme political groups like Jewish Voice for Peace are so unstable is that the radical cred of the leadership is forever being challenged by “allies.”
You’ve all seen him: on Wikipedia, on blogs, and at the top of almost every mainstream news story that needs an image about the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions “movement” (i.e., BDS). In our lazy journalistic age when an illustration to your story is just a right click away, I’ve always wondered why this guy seems […]