New South Carolina Law Will Make It Illegal to Criticize Israel

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
January 13, 2018

Nearly half of the states in the USA have laws banning the boycott, divest and Sanctions movement (BDS) or criticism of Israel.

These laws are as unconstitutional as Trump’s executive orders on immigration are constitutional, but federal judges block the latter and ignore the former because they themselves are Jews, on the payroll of Jews and/or ideologically devoted to the Jewish system.

As for the definition of “anti-Semitism,” this ebbs and flows depending on what kind of criminal activity Jews need to shield from scrutiny at a specific time and place.

Jews agree when leftist students try to shut down a Richard Spencer speech, but don’t like it when students do the same to pro-Israel speakers. That is why South Carolina is passing a law that specifically protects Zionism but not free speech in general.

That is why private companies are not allowed to practice BDS or even do business with other enterprises that practice BDS, while nobody in our corrupt and illegitimate government speaks up for white advocates deplatformed by Jews on social media, paypal, credit card companies, and even Coinbase.

Jerusalem Post:

Gov. Henry McMaster called upon his state senate on Wednesday to pass a law that would make South Carolina the first US state to codify a universal definition of antisemitism.

That definition would be taken from a US State Department decision in 2010 and an accompanying fact sheet that singles out demonizing, delegitimizing, and having a double-standard for Israel.

“Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews,” the definition says. “Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.”

The fact sheet adds blaming Israel for all interreligious or political tensions, applying double standards by requiring of it a behavior not expected or demanded of any other democratic nation, and denying the Jewish people its right to self-determination, and Israel the right to exist. But it also says that “criticism of Israel similar to that leveled against any other country cannot be regarded as antisemitic.”

The bill passed in the South Carolina House of Representatives in March by a 103-3 vote, with 115 of the 124 state representatives co-sponsoring it, but since then it has been stalled. The governor urged the bill to be passed in the state senate in time for International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27.

“Antisemitism has no place in South Carolina, and the passage of this bill would go a long way toward ensuring that our state and its college campuses provide a welcoming environment for those from all walks of life,” McMaster said. “I’m proud that South Carolina continues to lead the fight against antisemitic discrimination, and would ask that the Senate immediately bring this bill to the floor for a final vote, so that we may send the strongest possible message to the world.”

In other words, criticizing Israel will be considered a civil rights violation. That’s patently absurd, but what are you going to do about it Goyim?

That’s why we call it ZOG.

Whites don’t have representatives. In fact, the very same forces that step on the Constitution to bribe and lobby our politicians into legislating something like this (like the Anti-Defamation League) are the same ones who are working to boycott, divest and sanction white people.

And why shouldn’t they demand to have it both ways? If whites have no advocates, there’s nobody to challenge their abuses. And that my friends is the real reason why the ADL and SPLC are working around the clock to strangle our movement in its crib.