February 8, 2020
Telling the most powerful group of people on earth to stop slaughtering primitive brown villagers is pure hatred for the color of the – er, pure hatred for the length of the nose!
How dare this boomer rock n’ roller advocate for human rights in Palestine!
Major League Baseball (MLB) has stopped running promotions of Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters on its platforms, after caving in to pressure from a Jewish group that accused him of anti-Semitism.
In January, Jewish advocacy organization B’nai B’rith International began a campaign to protest ads for Waters’ new tour, ‘This is Not a Drill’, which appeared on MLB platforms. The group claimed that the musician is an “avowed anti-Semite” whose views on Israel “far exceed the boundaries of civil discourse.”
If you want to see this boomer shut down even worse, give money to the Jews.
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— B'nai B'rith Int'l (@BnaiBrith) January 31, 2020
The biggest reason that Jews are not able to shut down even more people and shut them down much worser is that they don’t have enough money.
B’nai B’rith sent a letter to MLB, pointing to Waters’ support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, among other things.
In response, the League reached out the organization to assure them that “there are no plans to schedule more ads.”
Roger Waters did not immediately respond to media requests for comment. The famed rock star has been an unapologetic critic of Israel and its treatment of Palestinians. In an open letter, he argued that “to peacefully protest against Israel’s racist domestic and foreign policies is NOT ANTI-SEMITIC.”
Waters has denied having any prejudice against Jews (his own daughter-in-law is Jewish), noting in an interview with Democracy Now that pro-Israel groups use the accusation of anti-Semitism against “anybody who supports BDS or anybody who criticizes Israeli foreign policy.”
Concerning his own support for BDS, Waters has previously stated that the boycott movement “exists at the request of Palestine civil society as a whole” and is among the “most admirable” displays of resistance in the world.
I don’t even very much like Palestinians, but he may be correct that this is the most admirable display of resistance in the world.
Who else is resisting the Jews?
Just Palestine and Iran, really. And I guess in some ways, Russia and China. Though their resistance is much more indirect.
Anyway, we can all sleep better knowing that the former frontman of Pink Floyd can no longer show advertisements at baseball games.
This is the struggle for a world free of hatred, where no one is ever allowed to question anything Jews do, no matter what.