David Duke: The following article from the Times of Israel reports on a global conference being held in Jerusalem (sponsored by Israel’s Foreign Ministry) aimed at enacting international laws against “anti-Semitism” and enforcing bans on internet “hate speech.” The Israelis seek to globally criminalize and ban from the internet such things as Holocaust revisionism and questioning Israel’s legitimacy. The German Justice Minister and the Mayor of Paris were among foreign luminaries to attend the conference. This should be a wake-up call to many that while the internet and the First Amendment provide us with the opportunity to liberate ourselves peacefully by educating our people about the tyranny of Jewish supremacism, this window of opportunity is limited and we have to act before it is slammed shut.
Gathering notes ‘pervasive, expansive, transnational’ nature of internet – and the challenge it poses to combating hate
By JTA: Still from the new documentary ‘Crossing the Line 2,’ which depicts rising anti-Semitic activity on North American campuses.