New York Times blames Trump and Netanyahu for Anti-Semitism in Europe

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Sunday the New York Times did a piece about the resurgence of Anti-Semitism in Europe and suggested President Trump and Israel PM Netanyahu shared the blame.

The editorial, “The Old Scourge of Anti-Semitism Rises Anew in Europe,” responded to what the Times calls the  “alarming reality that anti-Semitism is sharply on the rise, often from the sadly familiar direction of the far right, but also from Islamists and the far left.”

Pretty obvious the mass migration of Muslims is why racial tension are high in Europe. The countries are being overrun and stripped of their culture and history.

But it also argued: “Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not helped matters by finding common cause with nationalist leaders like the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban or President Trump so long as they do not support a Palestinian state.

The implication seemed to be that Orban and Trump are antisemites — or that nationalism, by definition, is antisemitic.

More fake news BS from the times. They blame Trump but are silent about Anti-Semites like Tlaib and Omar.

Just last month thousands of Jews Stormed the New York Times in protest of their blatant Anti-Semitism.


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