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Oct 15 2023

Decolonization Is Why Leftists Support Hamas

Hamas murders innocents to advance Islam. Islam is repressive, theocratic, imperialistic, oppressive of women, and violent toward homosexuals — just like progressives bitterly accuse conservatives of being. So why do liberals support Hamas, even in the aftermath of horrific terrorist atrocities? Decolonization is why.

Just as the liberal establishment discriminates against Asians because they are “white-adjacent,” it supports Hamas because Israel is America-adjacent. Despite the Jewish nation existing long before Islam, it is seen as an expansion of Western Civilization, which leftists hate.

They speak in euphemisms, lest regular people figure out what they are up to. The euphemism for eradicating Western Civilization is “anticolonialism.”

Democrat pols may recite dutiful denunciations of Hamas, but the high priests of their religion — i.e., college professors — make clear whose side the ruling class is on. At UCLA, students can reportedly earn extra credit by imbibing pro-Hamas propaganda:

The “Emergency Teach-In On The Crisis in Palestine” was convened Wednesday on the Los Angeles campus by professors Saree Makdisi of the school’s English department and Sherene Razack, chair of the gender studies department.

Promoting Islamic terrorism and the genocidal war on Israel might seem to have nothing to do with English or gender studies. But where moonbattery prevails, the purpose of all fields of study is to advance the leftist agenda.

A 2015 alumna of UCLA, Davina Farahi, 31, who works with the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces, heard about the presentation and signed on to Zoom to watch it.

She reports:

“It started out as Makdisi representing Israel as a colonial power and compared it to a colonizing apartheid state.”

Refer to the ruins of South Africa to see what progressives do to apartheid states.

Razack did not dispute claims about the tone and content of the talk.

On the contrary, in an emailed statement to the New York Post she denounced Israel as “a settler colonial society that came into existence through the dispossession of Palestinians.”

As we have come to expect, students are being told lies. Robert Spencer provides a brief history lesson:

In the early 1920s, just before the [crumbling Ottoman Empire] fell altogether, it conceded control of Palestine and the land that came to be known as Transjordan and now as Jordan to the League of Nations. On July 24, 1922, the League granted administrative control over these territories to Britain with specific instructions to create a “national home for the Jewish people.”

Britain immediately turned over 77% of the Mandate to the Arabs to create Jordan but remained generally committed to establishing a Jewish national home in the remainder. This was known as the Mandate for Palestine. …

When the State of Israel was founded in 1948, it immediately had to fight a war for its survival against the surrounding Arab nations that had vowed to destroy it. Then there was finally an occupation — in fact, two: Egypt occupied Gaza and Jordan occupied Judea and Samaria (which it renamed the West Bank). Israel won back those territories in the Six-Day War of 1967, but that was actually ending an occupation, not starting one: the only international law governing sovereignty over those territories stipulated that they were to be part of a national home for the Jewish people.

Moonbats bark that Israel exists on stolen land, just like America.

So from whom was the land stolen? Not from the Ottomans, who had ceded it to the League of Nations. Not from the league, which had granted administrative powers over it to the British. Not from the British, who only had it in order to help create a Jewish state there. And not from the Palestinians, who didn’t even exist until the 1960s, when the KGB and Yasir Arafat bestowed Palestinian nationality upon a group of Levantine Arabs as a rhetorical weapon to use against Israel.

“The past was erased, the erasure was forgotten, the lie became the truth,” wrote George Orwell. The Palestinian lie hasn’t become the truth just yet. A lecturer at Stanford got carried away and had to be suspended for the sake of appearances:

The lecturer’s identity has been kept anonymous by Stanford, but according to Campus Reform and The Daily Mail, students identified him as 46-year-old Ameer Hasan Loggins. Loggins was close to former NFL quarterback and social justice activist Colin Kaepernick and helped radicalize Kaepernick. Earlier this week, students said Loggins singled out Jewish students in his class and told them to grab their belongings and stand in a corner, saying, “This is what Israel does to the Palestinians,” The Forward reported.

“He asked how many Jews died in the Holocaust,” and when students said 6 million, “he said, ‘Yes. Only 6 million,’” Nourya Cohen, who spoke with Jewish students in the class, told The San Francisco Chronicle. Loggins reportedly proceeded to downplay the Holocaust by comparing it to European colonization, which he said killed more people than the Holocaust.

There’s that term “colonization” again. From the woke viewpoint, it is the ultimate evil, far worse that Nazi death camps and Hamas terrorists beheading small children.

The solution to colonization is decolonization. That term equates directly to the eradication of Western Civilization. Leftists support Hamas because they see Islam as a tool to achieve this.

On tip from Kevin R, Jack D, Occam’s Stubble, and ABC of the ANC.


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