What American universities are aggressively working towards
They’re coming for you next: According to a recent study, anti-Semitic attacks against Jews have increased drastically on American college campuses in 2021 and 2022, rising in lock-step with the introduction of critical race theory and its anti-white, anti-American, and pro-Marxist agenda.
There were 254 attacks on 63 different college campuses with large Jewish populations, with Harvard University, the University of Chicago, Tufts University, UCLA, and Rutgers University having the highest number of incidents, according to a report by the AMCHA Initiative, a Jewish advocacy group that says its findings expose an “insidious,” never-before-revealed campus trend.
While other watchdog groups, such as the Anti-Defamation League, have broadly examined whether campuses are safe for Jewish students, the AMCHA study is unique: It “investigated the nature, scope, and trajectory of the threats to Jewish student identity on U.S. campuses, and it found a staggering doubling of such threats at 60 percent of schools most popular with Jewish students.” Instances of bullying and intimidation towards Jewish students, for instance, tripled in the past year, according to the report, which tracked incidents at more than 100 colleges and universities in total. More broadly, threats to Jewish identity rose 100 to 200 percent from the past year, according to the findings.
With rising anti-Semitism in America making front page news as a cadre of prominent celebrities promote conspiracy theories about Jews, the situation on America’s college campuses is growing bleaker. Anti-Israel and anti-Zionist movements are fueling this anti-Semitic hate, according to the AMCHA Initiative, which determined that campus “faculty and academic departments played a significant role in attacks on Jewish identity.” The latest findings, the AMCHA Initiative warns, signal “a major crisis for American Jewry.”
The great irony here is that college administrations nationwide have enthusiastically embraced the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion movement (DEI) in an empty feel-good effort to declare that they are against racism in all forms. In truth, these administrators have made a deal with the devil, since DEI is really nothing more than Critical Race Theory (CRT) dressed up in different words. It demands not equality of opportunity, but equal results that favor the minorities that CRT champions while working to oppress Jews and whites.
Since DEI is now official policy at most college campuses (search their webpages, you will almost always find it heavily touted), it is not surprising that anti-Semitism is on the rise. The rise of leftism has always been accompanied with the oppression of Jews, who really only act as the canary in the mine, signaling the coming of greater and more vicious oppression against everyone.
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