The irony of jewish fascism

Kean University political scientist Gilbert Kahn said a tougher stance by Jewish groups makes sense in today’s environment.

“There is a need for the Jewish community to adopt a more vigilant approach to monitoring the activities, statements and actions of these fundamentalist groups because they’re so clearly on the ascendancy in this country,” Kahn said.

What a great idea! Perhaps they could even lobby Congress to pass a law forcing Christians to wear yellow crosses so that the jewish community could more easily monitor their activities, statements and actions.

NRO’s Corner cites Steve Steinlight, a former policy director at the American Jewish Committee: “Reality is dawning on many American Jews that something is amiss, although it seems lost on some of the country’s most venerable Jewish organizations. There’s a sad, if comic irony associated with the fact that employees at organizations like ADL, the American Jewish Committee, and the Presidents’ Conference must pass through a gauntlet of concrete barriers, armed guards, metal detectors, and double bulletproof anterooms as they come to work each morning to protect them from radical Islamic terrorists, in order to spend their days studying and disseminating reports on the “threat” posed by Evangelical Christians.”

It clearly isn’t dawning on their so-called leadership, unfortunately.