I know very little about 94-year-old Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and this is not a blanket endorsement, but the man who ran against the corruption within his own party, and was democratically elected, is definitely, to a degree, Jew-wise. He, along with other world leaders, was recently in New York for a United Nations General Assembly meeting and was asked by Columbia University to give a presentation about his country to the student body.
Fortunately, this time a university didn’t buckle to the whims of Jewish groups’ anti-semitism brigades and allowed him to speak. During the student question and answer period following his speech, Romy Ronen, a sophomore at Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary, heatedly confronted the Prime Minister about his past anti-semitism. Ronen is also a member of the Israeli-American Council-Act.IL New York Media Room and a board member of Students Supporting Israel at Columbia University. His answer concerning free speech should be taken to heart by all peoples who want to live in a society free of Jewish control.
Here is a recording of the event. The confrontation occurs around the 48:22 mark:
In the past Mohamad has stated that he is glad to be labeled an anti-semite. In a quote from a Sputnik articlehe said the following:
How can I be otherwise, when the Jews who so often talk of the horrors they suffered during the Holocaust show the same Nazi cruelty and hard-heartedness (he, like most people have been brainwashed about the true nature of National Socialist Germany) towards not just their enemies, but even towards their allies should any try to stop the senseless killing of their Palestinian enemies?
He also stated the following:
Anti-Semitism is an artificial construct created to stop people from criticizing Jews for any wrongdoing, making them the only race that is beyond reproach.
There is one race that cannot be criticized. If you are anti-Semitic, it seems almost as if you are a criminal … anti-Semitic is a term that is invented to prevent people from criticizing the Jews for doing wrong things.
We are all familiar with this clip from a 2002 interview with this former Israeli Minister of Education.:
In a 27 September 2019 The Algemeiner article, Romy Ronen and Michale Schueler, another Columbia University Jewish sophomore, have this to say about the PM’s recent student presentation:
It is true that the First Amendment guarantees that any individual, including Dr. Mohamad, has the right to speak his mind without government censure. However, it does not mean that a person can say anything without social and/or academic consequences. Speaking at Columbia University is a privilege, not a right.
Why should antisemitism be outwardly expressed in a forum as prestigious as Columbia? Why should the 10,000 Jews on campus have to feel targeted, unsafe, and uncomfortable? Why should hate speech and bigotry be given a free pass? Why should the already increasingly antisemitic environments on campuses worldwide be further exacerbated by a man who has unequivocally presented himself as a hater of the Jewish people? Former president of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a proud antisemite, was already hosted by Columbia’s World Leadership Forum. Why should this occur again?
If you watch the presentation you will see that only Ronen brought up anti-semitism and at no time did Mohamad target the on-campus Jewish population. This is an example of Jewish hysteria and attacks against anyone who questions any part of the Holohoax story or criticizes any Jew for wrongdoings. And, shouldn’t universities be considered one of the best places to foster free speech where all ideas have a forum?
I for one am tired of Jewish anti-Whiteism campaigns, fostered and run by Jews, and look forward to the day these people and their ubiquitous organizations have their Jewish-privilege checked and are shown the door.