Women’s March Movement Imploding Over Their Own Anti-Semitism

screen-shot-2018-11-19-at-8.58.29-pm-624x336

Remember the Women’s March Movement, the not-so-spontaneous gathering of women to march in major cities in protest of President Donald J. Trump?

There is some glorious Schadenfreude occurring within their organization as I write this post.

As Reverend Jeremiah Wright would put it,

The Women’s March Movement’s chickeeens are coming home…to roost!

FoxNews.com reports that

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D- Fla., once the face of the Women’s March, has chosen to distance herself from the organization ahead of Saturday’s events because of what she calls the leadership’s failure to renounce “peddlers of hate.” 

In an op-ed published in USA Today, Wasserman Schultz announced she would not be walking in this year’s Washington march because of leaders’ failure to “repudiate anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry.”

“I walked away from the Women’s March on Washington two years ago absolutely electrified by the promise of what a movement built around sisterhood and solidarity could accomplish,” she started off.

“While I still firmly believe in its values and mission, I cannot associate with the national march’s leaders and principles, which refuse to completely repudiate anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry. I cannot walk shoulder to shoulder with leaders who lock arms with outspoken peddlers of hate.”

Wasserman Schultz, who is Jewish, pointed to a particular instance she calls “most troubling,” where the national movement has aligned itself with Nation of Islam (NOI) leader Louis Farrakhan.

She called out co-chair Tamika Mallory, who she said attended the NOI’s annual Savior’s Day event last year where Farrakhan called Jews “the mother and father of apartheid.”

Back on November 20, 2018, FoxNews.com reported that

The Women’s March founder is urging the group’s leadership to resign over anti-Semitism and anti-gay rhetoric, just days after Linda Sarsour suggested Jewish people have dual loyalties.

Teresa Shook, a retired lawyer who was behind the nationwide women’s march following the election of President Trump, published a statement on Monday urging the current leaders of the movement to step aside.

“In opposition to our Unity Principles, they have allowed anti-Semitism, anti- LBGTQIA sentiment and hateful, racist rhetoric to become a part of the platform by their refusal to separate themselves from groups that espouse these racist, hateful beliefs,” she wrote on Facebook.

She singled out the group’s board members Bob Bland, Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Carmen Perez.

Under their leadership, the Women’s March was constantly under fire for allegiance with anti-Semitic groups and comments that some deemed anti-Semitic.

Just last week, Sarsour was condemned for saying the criticism against Minnesota Congresswoman-elect Ilhan Omar over her support for boycott of Israel is led by “folks who masquerade as progressives but always choose their allegiance to Israel over their commitment to democracy and free speech.”

Ms. Shook, when you made your bed with dogs like the ones who have been mentioned, you should have known that one day you would wake up with fleas.

About Ms. Linda Sarsour…

Hold on to something, boys and girls, here’s where it gets good…

Believe it or not, I am about to cite aljazeera.america.com

Last August, watching the images of militarized police cracking down on protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, after a police officer shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown, Linda Sarsour decided to get involved.

Sarsour, a Palestinian-American activist from New York City, has a growing national profile in battles against surveillance of Muslims, discrimination and Islamophobia. In recent years, her work in New York has brought her closer to African-American activists fighting stop and frisk, biased policing and mass incarceration.

In Missouri, Mustafa Abdullah, an organizer with the local branch of the ACLU, was staring at his computer on the Monday after Brown’s death, feeling overwhelmed by the torrent of complaints about rights violations coming in from the protests, when Sarsour called.

“Mustafa,” she said. “Where is the Muslim community on this?”

“I hadn’t even thought of that question,” Abdullah, who is Egyptian-American, said later. “Linda’s call was almost a prophetic call, a call to conscience.”

Immigrant Muslims have spent the years since 9/11 largely on the defensive against increased suspicion and bias. But a new generation — social media savvy and versed in the new tools of decentralized activism — is asserting itself through multiracial coalitions that challenge the parochial approach and sometimes the prejudices of its elders.

Sarsour, a blunt-talking, hijab-wearing, 35-year-old Brooklynite forged in the crucible of New York City politics, has played a galvanizing role in this mutation. A veteran of nuts-and-bolts local work — for instance, to raise Muslim voter turnout and have the Eid festivals made school holidays — she is also a regular presence on cable, sparring with the likes of anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller. But as the mobilization known as Black Lives Matter has taken flight, Sarsour has thrown her effort into building its Muslim contribution.

…Sarsour asked Abdullah to draft a letter to Brown’s family for Muslim groups to sign. Within days, they started a Muslims for Ferguson campaign, holding conference calls for college students, professionals and imams to hear from Ferguson residents and raising money for local organizers. In October, she visited Ferguson. “It was beautiful,” she said. “I was in hijab. I didn’t look like the other people there, and I was embraced.”

In April she walked 250 miles in eight days from Staten Island in New York to Washington, D.C., in the March2Justice with some 70 other activists to deliver a package of criminal justice reform demands. She co-chaired the march with Tamika Mallory, a former top aide to the Rev. Al Sharpton. A month earlier, Sarsour had been in the Capitol as the guest of U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for the address to a joint session of Congress by the president of Afghanistan. This time, she rallied outside with Danny Glover, “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett and U.S. Reps. John Lewis, Yvette Clarke, Keith Ellison and Barbara Lee. 

Two days earlier, the marchers from New York had been at Sunday services at the Empowerment Temple in Baltimore when Pastor Jamal Bryant told the congregation that Freddie Gray, who was critically injured during his arrest the previous week, had died. Sarsour and Mallory changed their route to join protests at the Western District police station, at the risk of being called carpetbaggers. “We made the choice to go, even though we were not locals,” Sarsour said. “It spoke to why we were marching.”

Back in New York, she joined rallies in support of the Baltimore protests. She ran a national call, like those after Ferguson, with Baltimore grass-roots activists — both Muslim and non-Muslim, including one who worked with the Nation of Islam, which many immigrant Muslims hold in low esteem. And she sparred on Facebook with a leader of the Islamic Society of North America over a statement that she felt focused too much on condemning looting while neglecting deep-rooted discrimination.

Accustomed to being called a “Islamist supremacist,” a label she greets with derision, by right-wing site Jihad Watch, Sarsour gladly calls herself a radical for racial justice, especially in the past year. “My radicalizing moment was when Mike Brown was shot,” she said.

Dante Barry, the executive director of the Million Hoodies Movement for Justice, said, “I think Linda is a great co-conspirator in the fight for black liberation.”

“She was able to see the intersection between what was happening to the Muslim and black communities and connect them,” said Murad Awawdeh, the head of the Muslim Democratic Club of New York, which Sarsour co-founded. “We can always march together, but organizing for policy — five or 10 years ago, no one was doing this.”

Also, according to The Daily Caller, this little flower of womanhood met during the height of the Women’s Marches with an ex-Hamas Operative. Also, she has familial ties to other Hamas Operatives.

Now, let’s try to wrap our heads around the implosion of the Women’s March Movement.

All of these losers…err…women marched and demonstrated for their freedom to kill babies and live they way they want to, because they were afraid of being “oppressed” under President Donald J. Trump, who once had a “locker room” conversation with another guy about how to “pick up” a woman at the party that they were attending.

And yet, one of the organizers of all of the demonstrations, including those against Supreme Court Justice Brett’s Kavanaugh, is a Radical Islamist and is Pro-Sharia Law, championing a culture in which women are treated as slaves, live in veiled servitude (if they’re lucky), subject to verbal abuse, mutilation (including genital),  and honor killings, which also applies to their daughters.

The idiots in Hollyweird could not write a more ironical screenplay than this reality.

All of these “brilliant”, liberated, P@$$y Hat-wearing Liberal women marched like a bunch of cattle, over and over again, being led by women whose ideology would oppress them more than they had ever though of…even to the death.

The irony is overwhelming.

It just proves what I have always said, that

Those who believe themselves to be the “Smartest People in the Room”…usually aren’t.

It also proves that

Beauty is only skin deep…but ugly goes to the bone.

…especially when you march on behalf of women while being led by those who wish to subjugate and abuse them.

Sheesh.

Until He Comes,

KJ

 

 

 

One thought on “Women’s March Movement Imploding Over Their Own Anti-Semitism

  1. My take on the Woman’s March Leadership…

    They used the White and Jewish Housewives 2 years ago to just get them on board to Vote DemoKKKrat in the 2018 MidTerms

    Now that it has been accomplished the White and Jewish Housewives are no longer needed or wanted around by the Woman’s March Leadership

    Hopefully a lesson has been learned…

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s