Jewish sponsored ‘anti-hate’ legislation comes home to roost

But It Can’t Be “Hate” When WE Say It
‘This “anti-hate” world of censorship is so much fun’
From Paul Fromm
The Canadian Jewish Congress, going back into the 1930s, has been the loudest voice pushing for legislation to throttle opinions of Canadians through “hate” legislation, aimed at silencing those critical of Jews or Israel or of massive Third World immigration, and, more recently, of the homosexual lobby. So, it’s especially delightful that Bernie Farber, executive director of the Canadian Jewish Congress, who has seldom met a censorship measure he didn’t like, is now in full howl because Toronto Police have investigated the use of the word “shiksa” as “hate.”
“Shiksa” is a nasty Yiddish word for a non-Jewish female. It is strongly pejorative and contemptuous, carrying the notions of pig, slut, an exploitable woman who is not one of us: you can have sex with a shiksa, but you must marry a good Jewish girl. The National Post explains “And Jewish dating sites market themselves with the cheeky slogan ‘Shiksas are for practice’” (National Post, May 17, 2010) The Urban Dictionary defines “shiksa” thus: “A Gentile girl or woman, especially one who has attracted a Jewish man. The term derives from the Hebrew word ’sheketz’, meaning the flesh of an animal deemed taboo by the Torah. Since a Jewish man marrying a non-Jewish woman is taboo also, this word applies to her. Traditionally this is a derogatory term, though in modern times it has also been used more light-heartedly.” Wikipedia adds that “shiksa” means “abomination”, “impure,” or “object of loathing, depending on the translator.”
So, in other words, bad meat, loathsome, abominable — not fit for a Jewish male to marry, but fine for sexual exploitation. Interestingly, while Jews are enjoined to marry their own — and rightly and healthily so — politically correct propaganda would have all the rest of us see no problem in miscegenation or mixed race coupling or marriages.
“A ‘non-Jewish Shiksa‘ is now considered as a victim category in Toronto Police Service’s latest hate crime study The Canadian Jewish Congress says the Toronto Police Service is pushing anti-hate law ‘to its most absurd level’ by listing ‘non-Jewish Shiksa‘ as a victim category in its latest hate crime study. The statistical report reveals that officers investigated hate crimes in Toronto last year against such unusual victim groups as teachers, feminists, infidels, police, Nazis and pedophiles.
But it is the redundantly named category of ‘non-Jewish Shiksa‘ — a slur for a non-Jewish woman, from a Hebrew root meaning ‘a detested thing’ — that has especially baffled the CJC, a prominent advocate for stronger hate crime laws. ‘You just can’t apply it to literally everything,’said CEO Bernie Farber.
The report, not yet released on the TPS website, shows an increase in ‘hate/bias occurrences’ over the year before, from 153 to 174, with 23 charges laid.” (National Post, May 17, 2010)
So, if one calls a Negro a “******” or a Jew a “kike”, that’s a hate incident, but, according to Bernie Farber, calling a non-Jewish woman involved with a Jewish man a piece of tainted meat – “shiksa” — is fine. This “anti-hate” world of censorship is so much fun.
Metro Toronto’s Police certainly do not have much of a handle on the drug pushing violent Jamaican gangs who’ve been shooting up a storm these past few years. It’s a waste of taxpayers’ money bleeding off personnel to worry about names people call each other. So, in a whole year, there were 174 “hate/bias” occurrences and, get this, “by far the most common crime was mischief, usually graffiti.” So, some kid writes “******” or “faggot” on a toilet stall and some busybody reports it. Now, we have another “hate/bias” occurrence to keep the “hate squad” in their easy jobs with plenty of Tim Horton’s donuts and coffee.
Paul Fromm

Hate law goes to ‘most absurd level’: Jewish group

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