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Why hasn’t Black Lives Matter to defended NFL player DeSean Jackson from the flood of criticism he received after his Instagram post citing an alleged quote from Adolf Hitler? Perhaps they were too busy protesting another case of “police brutality”. Or maybe it was simply a case of BLM not wanting to bite off the hand that feeds them, as DeSean Jackson clearly has done and has since apologised for.

You see, Black Lives Matter is largely funded by George Soros; yes George Soros is a Jew. So when Jackson posted the following on his Instagram account, support from BLM or any of these hate groups would never have been forthcoming.

“Hitler said, ‘because the white Jews knows that the Negroes are the real Children of Israel and to keep America’s secret the Jews will blackmail America.”

Jackson’s post went on to cite these words allegedly from Hitler: “They will extort America, their plan for world domination won’t work if the Negroes know who they were. The white citizens of America will be terrified to know that all this time, they’ve been mistreating and discriminating and lynching the Children of Israel.’”

The media has since dubbed this quote of “dubious origins” in an effort to make the ‘anti-Semitic’ label they’ve brutally latched onto Jackson, stick. Of course, it’s been since discovered that the book Jackson was unwittingly citing is titled: “The Nazis World War II,” by Robert Edwin Herzstein.

Herzstein was of course a Jewish Historian, who by all accounts was well-respected for his work. Sam Roberts opened his New York Times obituary entitled Robert Herzstein, Historian Who Linked a U.N. Leader to Nazi War Crimes, Dies at 74, thus: “Robert Herzstein, a historian whose prodigious archival research on behalf of the World Jewish Congress helped uncover Kurt Waldheim’s veiled ties to Nazi war crimes, died on Jan. 24 at a hospice near his home in Columbia, S.C. He was 74.”

Roberts went on to write that “As a historian, Professor Herzstein vigorously pressed the government to release more secret files on war crimes suspects, but said he maintained “a certain feeling of detachment” in his research, even though it subjected him to criticism for his lack of outrage. He said his job was to find facts.”

As stated earlier, Herzstein was a well respected historian. Why then has the media called Jackson an anti-Semite for citing a book written by a well respected Jewish author? And if the quote was falsely attributed to Hitler, why is Jackson’s post deemed anti-Semitic, rather than stupid and ill informed? Which is what it was.

Anyway, the premise for the “Anti-Semite” label the media has attached to Jackson is weak and unfounded; which is perhaps why they’ve all gone to painstaking lengths to attach DeSean Jackson to Louis Farrakhan, who according to them is “considered anti-Semitic and homophobic due to his lengthy volume of past statements about Hitler and Judaism.”

So rather than assessing the post on its own merit, a post, citing a book, written by a Jew, the media instead chose to focus on Jackson’s affiliation with Louis Farrakhan. How shocking.

Again, no one came to the defense of Jackson despite these questionable media tactics to defame him. While playing his racial victimhood card, he had crossed the line. And on the hierarchy of identity politics, anti-Semitism sits firmly and permanently atop the standings, and below that is the so-called Gay Mafia. Way at the bottom is the so-called black man and his so-called plight. Jackson clearly didn’t know that before posting what he did.

Jackson’s post also offended the Jewish former president of the Eagles who tweeted: “If a white player said anything about AA’s as outrageous as what Desean Jackson said about Jews tonight there would at least be a serious conversation about cutting him and a need for a team meeting to discuss. Which would be totally appropriate. Absolutely indefensible.”

Again Jackson unwittingly cited a book written by a Jew, who had in turn dubiously cited Hitler. Why is Jackson the Anti-Semite here?

The Eagles put out this post regarding the matter: “We have spoken with DeSean Jackson about his social media posts. Regardless of his intentions, the messages he shared were offensive, harmful, and absolutely appalling. They have no place in our society and are not condoned or supported in any way by the organization. We are disappointed and we reiterated to DeSean the importance of not only apologizing, but also using his platform to take action to promote unity, equality, and respect. We are continuing to evaluate the circumstances and will take appropriate action. We take these matters very seriously and are committed to continuing to have productive and meaningful conversations with DeSean, as well as all of our players and staff, in order to educate, learn and grow.”

John Clarke of NBC Sports tweeted the following, shedding some light on what the team meant by Jackson having “productive and meaningful” conversations in order to educate, learn and grow: “I’m told DeSean Jackson apologized to [owner] Jeff Lurie and [General Manager] Howie Roseman today. I’m told the Eagles told DeSean he needs to be active to promote equality. DeSean and his reps have spoken to Rabbi Doniel Grodnitzky of Chabad Young Philly to help and DeSean will be educating himself.”

Really? Jackson had to speak to a Jewish rabbi to learn the “error of his ways?” Crazy. But then again, this should serve as a valuable lesson to DeSean Jackson. When it comes to his liberal backers, it’s okay for him to target so-called whites for race-baiting, but Jews are off limits. That’s just crossing the line. They pay the cheques. They own the media. They own the banks. And to even say they do is to endanger your career and livelihood.

By the way, both Eagles General manager Howie Roseman and owner Jeff Lurie, to whom Jackson had to apologise for his “antisemitism”; are Jews.

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