From the New York Post:

New CUNY group wants Jews to ‘unlearn’ Zionism, support Palestine

A new City University of New York group is pledging to have Jews “unlearn Zionism” and to support the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel.

The “Anti-Zionist Jewish Coalition at CUNY” recently began circulating a pledge with its goals, garnering 36 signatures from students, faculty and alum.

The Forward explains a little more.

The pledge, in the form of a letter, denounces Israel as a “settler colonial regime” that practices “ethnic cleansing” and “genocide” against Palestinians and funds Nazi groups abroad.

The letter, titled “Not In Our Name: Anti-Zionist Jewish Coalition at CUNY,” endorses the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, which aims to force an end to Israel’s occupation of the West Bank. According to a tweet from CUNY4Palestine, the coalition launched last week.

Invoking tikkun olam, or the Jewish concept of making the world a better place, the letter demands “resistance by any means necessary” for Palestinians and that the university cut ties with Hillel, the largest Jewish campus organization in the world, which it describes as an “anti-Black, anti-Indigenous, Islamophobic, and anti-Palestinian organization.”

The letter also rejects Zionism, widely defined as “the movement for the self-determination and statehood for the Jewish people in their ancestral homeland,” and asserts that the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of antisemitism, which CUNY administrators reportedly said last month they do not use, is a “ploy to demonize anti-Zionist and Palestinian freedom of speech.”

This is a gobbledygook word salad of Leftist jargon and antisemitism.

Using radical Jews to convince observant Jews to abandon every tenet of Judaism and adopt radical Leftism was the exact purpose of the Soviet Yevsektsiya.

They are coming back and will be endorsed by the CUNY system.

 

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By J. Kb

5 thoughts on “CUNY school to create Yevsektsiya chaper”
  1. Sounds like a slightly updated version of Neturai Karta, at least the fictional version used as a major plot element in “Soft Targets” by Dean Ing.
    “Yevsektiya” may be too kind a tag; “Kapo” is perhaps more accurate.

      1. Very interesting article, thanks.
        I noticed this bit: “…in which Yiddish’s many Hebrew-derived words were given new spellings that erased these words’ ancient origins…”
        That reminds me of the Chinese Communists creating a new version of Chinese writing, with the excuse of making it “simplified”, but sufficiently different from the previous that it’s pretty hard to read the pre-Communist version if you only learned the Communist one. I’ve long assumed this was a deliberate goal, similar to the one mentioned in that article.

        1. What better way to make unapproved thought (“wrongthink”) impossible, than to remove concepts and abstractions that facilitate it from the very language itself?

          “The revolution will be complete when the language is perfect.” — O’Brien, 1984

  2. Invoking tikkun olam, or the Jewish concept of making the world a better place, the letter demands “resistance by any means necessary” for Palestinians and that the university cut ties with Hillel, the largest Jewish campus organization in the world, which it describes as an “anti-Black, anti-Indigenous, Islamophobic, and anti-Palestinian organization.”

    Let me fix that sentence for them: “Invoking tikkun olam, or the Jewish concept of making the world a better place, the letter demands Jews dissociate with their heritage, disavow their advocacy groups, support their mortal enemies, and actively participate in their own destruction.

    Sound about right?

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