As a Christian and an American, I feel that if I didn’t speak out about the anti-Semitic rhetoric coming from the Occupy America crowd, I would be as morally guilty as a German Christian on Nov. 9, 1938, or Kristallnacht.

Yes, the protesters may have grievances, but that is no a reason to slander a group of people.

And just because they didn’t use the “K” word, it’s still anti-Semitic slander.

If I called black Americans lazy, shiftless and stupid but didn’t use the “N” word, it’s not racist, and how long will that boat float?

 

Leon M. Rowe

Gardiner


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