Call To Arms

At the Federalist Society, a speech from Bari Weiss which outlines the issue facing us at this time, and reminds us of our collective duty to save civilization.  As she rightly says:

When antisemitism moves from the shameful fringe into the public square, it is not about Jews. It is never about Jews. It is about everyone else. It is about the surrounding society or the culture or the country. It is an early warning system—a sign that the society itself is breaking down. That it is dying.

It is a symptom of a much deeper crisis—one that explains how, in the span of a little over 20 years since Sept 11, educated people now respond to an act of savagery not with a defense of civilization, but with a defense of barbarism.

Read the whole damn thing, because you must.

It’s not just Jews who are at risk.  We are all at risk, every one of us who claims to be civilized.


  1. Good message, bad messenger. Here’s another Bari quote from 2020 in an article in Tablet:

    “I share with the majority of American Jews’ disgust toward Trump and Trumpism, which has normalized bigotry and cruelty in ways that have crippled American society.”

    Trump was probably the most pro-Jewish and pro-Israel President in my lifetime. It’s unlikely that the savages would have attacked Israel if Trump were President.

    1. Will messengers be attacked forever for previously having a “bad” view, even though they have “come into the light”?
      ISTM that a cloud has dissipated that blinded her, and that she realizes that. I must admit though, that as she wrote for the NYT, I was not a reader. But, what she said at the Federalist Society seemed to be “from the heart”, and some might say, a Mea Culpa.
      However, what her views are in the future will help to determine what a final judgement shall be.

      1. I saw no indication that she has “come into the light.” There was no mea culpa, nor an apology, nor any verbiage that she is changing sides or viewpoints. No “I was wrong.” No commentary about how Jewish people have helped create this environment through their support of the various elements (immigration, BLM, woke idiots) that have created this. Just – “waaaaahhhh, we’re getting picked on.”

        She mentioned the Brooklyn attacks on Orthodox Jews and called them out as “hate crimes” – but VERY carefully didn’t mention that it is blacks doing nearly all of the attacking.

        She called out the various protests, vandalism, etc – but didn’t mention that it was the very Middle Easterners whose immigration Jews have supported that was perpetrating.

        She spoke of the murder of Paul Kessler – but didn’t mention that his killer was named Loay Alnaji, likely a Muslim immigrant.

        In short, she gave a very carefully worded speech that avoided any apologies for any of her past commentary and committed to no changes in her thought process going forward, except for a vague “I know who my allies are.” She couldn’t even bring herself to say, “And you are my allies.” But, hey, it plays well for cucks who beg for attention from Lefties, especially Lefty chicks.

        Nope. She’s still a Lefty cunt.

  2. I suspect it is also past time for Americans to take in a refresher course on our own, domestic atrocity — 9/11 itself. Netflix is currently streaming a series titles Turning Point. It’s a limited series which starts summarizing the morrning of the attacks and then dives into behind-the-scenes of the day. And then more in general about GWOT. The aforementioned summary includes footage that has been virtually embargoed by the MSM ever since — the burning towers, panicking New Yorkers fleeing the scene, the jumpers… We all need to sup from that vessel once more. To stiffen our resolve.

  3. Completely incorrect in my opinion. But that’s to be expected.

    The protestors are, as always, only a small fraction of the population and don’t necessarily represent the general opinion of the people. I think the more general sentiment to that “act of barbarism” (which she tries to link to our 9/11), is that we really don’t need to pick a side. We are no longer the world’s police officer (if we ever truly were). And after 2+ decades of misadventure in the middle east we are good and fucking tired of it. Let the Jews do whatever necessary, just stop sending my tax dollar and our sons and daughters over there to fight. If they wipe out Gaza, whatever. No skin off my back.

    And as always, I’m extremely wary of Jews who take anything less than full support as anti-semitism. Sorry, it’s not. End all foreign aid, let the chips fall where they fall. We are simply tired of that small portion of the world causing problems for everyone else.

    1. Good comment, and sums up my feelings well. I’m really sick of those who say, “I think you suck, and I have been loudly saying that you suck everywhere I could for my entire career – but now I need YOUR support, so please, support me!” That’s Bari Weiss.

      70% of American Jews vote reliably Democrat – the party of Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib. And until JUST FUCKING NOW, you’ve not seen any prominent Jews calling them out on anything.

      Every prominent Jewish organization supported BLM – who showed a paraglider in support of the Paleosimians.

      Jewish support for unfettered immigration has been overwhelming and consistent – which has allowed many of those calling for “Death to Israel” within our borders.

      Jews support the LGBTQWhatthefuckever agenda overwhelmingly and in toto.

      In short, everything that is against what I stand for, American Jews overwhelmingly support.

      And what I just said is not “anti-Semitic.” I’m saying “fuck them” because they have been saying “fuck you” to me.

      In terms of Israel, here’s my thought. The IDF is, pound for pound, the baddest military on the face of the Earth. I think they should do whatever it takes to prevent another attack like this, up to and including removing every Muslim Arab from Gaza. But not one American life or dollar should go to aiding that effort.

      1. you’re very accurate and right. But we should welcome the new comers to the fold even if they were slow in learning.

        It’s a shame that American Jews have ignored the warnings and embraced the serpent over the past few decades. But if we want to get biblical about it, read Jesus’s parable about the farm workers. I think you’ll find that at Matthew 20:1-16.


        1. I’m not really seeing how that parable applies here. The person in question doesn’t seem to be recently converted to true conservatism. Her speech was more just calling out her colleagues on their anti-semitism. While potentially correct in that one small facet, that really doesn’t reflect any real change in her other political beliefs.

          I could be wrong, I just skimmed over it.

        2. Have the American Leftists learned, or is it a matter of “My enemy’s enemy is my friend (or more accurately, Ally).”

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