Liberal Jewish Leaders Accuse Jews of Racism, Cover Up Anti-Semitism, by Daniel Greenfield
We've already told you about the organized attack against Mort Klein and ZOA by a large number of mainstream and not-so-mainstream Jewish organizations. But according to Daniel Greenfield, things are even worse than they sound.
A URJ statement declaring that Black Lives Matter is a “Jewish value”, falsely accuses "white Jews" of perpetuating "the systemic racial injustices on which the nation was founded."
That’s a line that could have come from Farrakhan.
Even as Jacobs complains about divisiveness, the URJ is dividing Reform Jews by race.
The URJ's embrace of Black Lives Matter includes the worst elements of its philosophy, including mandated intersectionality for Reform congregations, dismissal of colorblindness, and black supremacist resource texts that include Ta-Nehisi Coates and Ibram X. Kendi, as well as James Baldwin's 70s essay, Negroes are Anti-Semitic Because They're Anti-White.
There's even a White-Ashkenazi Awareness Checklist.
The racist movement here isn’t the ZOA. It’s the signatories to the anti-Klein letter.
When Jacobs and 15 other Conference members sign on to a letter urging Jews to stand up "against senseless hatred and divisive bigotry" and "not to search for ways to keep us apart", they might start by looking at their own embrace of divisive bigotry meant to keep us apart.
Just as BLM, Antifa, and other groups are tying to separate Americans from each other, the better to rule over us; Rick Jacobs and the Union for Reform Judaism are trying to do the same to Jews.
We see what they're doing, and we can't allow it.