What do the terms “anti-semitic” or “anti-semitism” mean? Who defines it? Is it real or propaganda? Where did it come from? Why can’t Americans criticize Israeli policies?

Listen to the former Israeli Minister, Shulamit Aloni, explain how they use the term, “anti-semitic” as a trick and a way to stop any criticism of Israel or of Zionism.

This same trick has been part of the plan all throughout Zionism, starting with Theodore Herzl, Father of Zionism, who said, “The anti-Semites will become our most dependable friends, the anti-Semitic countries our allies.

Herzl also said, “The wealthy Jews rule the world; the fate of the governments lies in their hands. They start wars between countries, and when they wish, the governments make peace. When the wealthy Jews sing, the nations and their leaders dance along, and meanwhile the Jews get richer!” (Published by Herzl in a German newspaper)

Dr. Norman Finkelstein has written and spoken on the subject and written many books on the topic of the “New Anti-semitism” and he explains it very well in this discussion:

The Zionist Jews say that Christ was “anti-semitic.” In the words of Zionist writer Joseph Dunner, in his book “The Republic of Israel” Dunner says:

“For every sect believing in Christ, Jesus is the symbol of everything which is healthy and worthy of love. For the Jews he is from the 4th century onward the symbol of “Anti-semitism,’ of slander, of violence and of violent death.”
(Joseph Dunner: The Republic of Israel, Edition of October 1950, page 10.)

They also use it for anyone who exposes the extreme evil of communism:

“Anti-Communism is Anti-Semitism.”
Jewish Voice, July – August 1941

Author, J. Bruce Campbell describes it as:

The Jews use the term for two good reasons: First, it suggests that they are in fact Semitic, which serves to justify their invasion and occupation of Palestine, something that would be otherwise inexplicable for a non-Semite. The obvious question would be: Why do you insist on living there, where you have no roots?