A number of new initiatives to curtail freedom of speech by conflating opposition to Israeli crimes with anti-Semitism are underway in the United States and Canada.
The Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Anti-Semitism CPCCA issued a report in early July recommending the adoption of strict new standards defining anti-Semitism and the types of speech and campus activities that would violate them. Its report urged the Canadian government to adopt the European Union Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia's definition of anti-Semitism "Report on the Inquiry Panel," 7 July 2011 [PDF]. That definition suggests that any questioning of whether Israel has the right to exist as a state that privileges Jews over people of other religions or ethnic backgrounds amounts to anti-Semitism.
I stand against the policies and practices of every nation-state that seeks to advantage any ethnic group over another based solely upon ethnicity, per se. I will extend this to include Jewishness, Judaism, and all the other iterations, whether vague or not, promoted by Zionism.
I state emphatically that Zionism is supremacism in the same sense that Nazism was and remains racial/ethnic supremacism.
I am not opposed to people simply because they are of Jewish extraction. I am opposed to Zionism. Zionism is not Jewishness. To be a Jew is not necessarily to be a Zionist. In fact, by my definition of true Jewishness (per Jesus Christ), a Zionist is not and cannot be, a real Jew.
The Zionist Project horned its way into Palestine and by terrorism and other reprehensible means, ethnically cleans large swaths of the land of Arabs and regardless of their religion, be it Islam or Christianity. Today, that same Zionist Project, which named itself Israel (Jacob abhors it), on a daily basis, is still using lying, fascistic, criminal tactics against the Arab Palestinians.
Only yesterday, I read and heard that the Zionists attacked and killed many Gazans based solely upon the supposed fact that some people who attacked some Jews used Kalashnikovs. On Twitter, I wrote: "Israeli's proof the Gazans did it: the attackers used Kalashnikovs. Ergo, all Kalashnikov users are Gazans or some Ashkenazim are dimwits." I stand by that statement.
Now, I will once again go on record here that I will not abide by the European Union Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia's definition of anti-Semitism. It is a stupid definition. It is an anti-American definition, and by that I mean that it violates the US Constitution's position on freedom of political speech (which position I support). Most importantly to me and for a host of reasons, it violates my religion: Christianity.
If the US is stupid enough to adopt the European Union Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia's definition of anti-Semitism, which I doubt it will be, I will not be conforming to that law. I will not be conforming to it even if the Supreme Court upholds that law as constitutional, which I doubt it would even with conservatives and Zionists on that bench.
I state that such a move would be a declaration of war by the ZOG (Zionist Occupied Government) of the United States upon all who uphold the US "Bill of Rights." The US government is already lawless enough without going that far. If it were to go that far, a violent revolution would be made inevitable by the ZOG and the ZOG would lose that civil war, and rightfully so, even though I will continue promoting pacifism.
Furthermore, I state that it is time that Europe stand up against this ridiculous European Union Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia's definition of anti-Semitism. The Europeans should be ashamed of themselves for knuckling under to the bullying of the Zionists. It is past time for the German people to cast off their wet pants and to stand erect for what is right.
To cower under the browbeating of those who have distorted both the history of WWI, WWII, and the European Zionists' colonization of Palestine, to cower to show sympathy for such pathological liars and false propagandists, to go along with and to enforce laws that even dare to question Zionists and their motives, to lump all Jews in with the Zionists, is disgustingly weak and cowardly. I want no part of it.
I'd rather go to the cross than to lie by saying that the Zionists had a right to do to the Palestinians what they have done. I don't care how many second-class-citizen Arabs live in "Israel" under better conditions than many Arabs in other parts of the area. That is totally irrelevant.
No place on Earth should be set aside for any ethnic group that claims the right to superior treatment based upon its ethnicity, period. I say that as an Anglo-Saxon about England as well. I say that about The United States of America, founded by Anglo-Saxons.