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Touring Derrick Bell’s Afrolantica, Part 4: The Wages of Antisemitism

"Jewish groups utilize their formidable economic power to intimidate blacks into halting actions that Jews find offensive."

Dave Swindle


March 22, 2012 - 6:00 am

On page 98 we get to the crux of the matter:

“… I am moved to his side [Farrakhan's] by the ‘take no prisoners’ attitude of his attackers; for example, when Benjamin F. Chavis, the former NAACP executive director, warned his Anti-Defamation League (A.D.L.) counterpart, Abraham Foxman, that continued A.D.L. attacks on Farrakhan could create precisely what Jewish leaders say they fear: black anti-Semitism.”

Bell believed that the Jews were the guilty party in inspiring others to hate them. How is this doctrine different from Peter Beinart’s claim that settlement construction motivates the Palestinians to refuse peace with Israel? And why would the Obama administration object to new apartments in Jerusalem?

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