Above Criticism – Trump’s EO Protecting Jews – ITEL – 12.12.19
Trump’s signing of an EO (Executive Order) declaring Jews to be above any and all criticism under the guise of “fighting anti-Semitism”, aka “anti-Jewish sentiment”, highlights the extreme dictatorial power Jews maintain over the Executive Branch of the United States as well revealing Jewish motivations and plans for America.
To begin, what Jews have said is that, no matter what power you think you can bring to bear on campuses, we Jews control the Presidency of the United States and can use near dictatorial power to thwart any rising anti-Jewish sentiments.
Further, the EO signed by Trump essentially makes criticism of Jews a dangerous avenue to pursue on campus and for campuses themselves to allow to be discussed on campus.
Never mind that Trump’s signing of such a totalitarian decree does nothing to help Jews control anti-Jewish sentiments. Such anti-Jewish sentiments exist precisely because Jewish behavior and agenda is selfishly centered on Jews and their own insane self interests which come at the expense of everyone else, whether such interests be monetary or moral in nature.
Essentially, Jews have declared that they are little “g-d’s on Earth”, a tyrannical force that will not tolerate any criticism. Jews have declared to the American people that they should shut their mouths, accept Jews and their dictatorial directives over the lives of all Americans, and should anyone protest against Jews and their policies, that Jews will work tireless to stamp out any and all dissent.
Trump’s EO is a dangerous imposition on all Americans as Jews will now use this EO to seek more and more criminal and financial penalties to anyone opposed to Jewish tyranny on campuses or anywhere else.
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