It’s hard to be a cheerleader when the world’s about to end.
Jews who are supporting Trump because of Israel should do the opposite. A Trump presidency would be an existential threat to the Jewish state, Jay Michaelson writes.
It is practically impossible to defend against this endless, global war of attrition, so we must attack it with cold, hard reason.
Each time something like this happens, white people ask, ‘What can be done?’ If you’re still asking, you haven’t been listening.
It’s July 4 weekend, and we’re all watching the fireworks together: my partner and I, and a few hundred strangers. And it occurs to me: What I love about America is not what the loudest America-lovers love. In fact, I have a sense that it’s the opposite.
Trump, Nigel Farage, Avigdor Lieberman — these are all symptoms, not causes, of a malady that feels like it threatens the march of civilization itself.
In the avalanche of viciously anti-Semitic tweets I’ve received came an unidentified female, catlike anime character wearing a signature Trump “Make America Great Again” hat.
All of the above — but one of these necessary conditions for the massacre could have been eliminated, Jay Michaelson writes.
I’ll say it plainly: The high-profile Jews supporting Donald Trump are supporting white supremacy, and that makes me sick.
Once upon a time, Jay Michaelson found Kabbalah to be a fascinating path into spirituality. 20 years later, he’s no longer so sure what Kabbalah is for.