Ari Emanuel: Blacks Must Reject The Politics of Division and Unite With Jews Against Whites

Chris Menahan
Dec. 10, 2022

Hollywood bigwig Ari Emanuel, who together with the Anti-Defamation League led the charge to cancel Kanye "Ye" West, wrote a column on Friday calling on Blacks to reject "the virus of antisemitism and hate and division" and instead unite with Jews against Whites.

From The Chicago Tribune:
Ari Emanuel: The Kanye West show must not distract us from the corrosive virus taking root

By Ari Emanuel | Dec 09, 2022 at 5:00 am

Kanye West is not the big problem. Of course, praising Hitler is vile. And it’s easy to condemn – and get distracted. And what the cartoonish Kanye clown show distracts us from is what’s going on under the big top — how the virus of antisemitism and hate and division is spreading and attacking the foundations of our culture.

In the last year, we’ve seen how antisemitic conspiracies from the far right about Jewish control of politics, finance and Hollywood have become mainstreamed. Dave Chappelle’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue was funny, but the problem with dancing on the line of antisemitic tropes is that he was doing it for an audience that no longer has a shared understanding of how dangerous they are. No doubt many thought it was funny. No doubt that it gave others permission to repeat their own versions of the tropes going forward. Every time someone like Kanye goes too far, the antisemitic Overton window gets shifted. And bit by bit, the line of what’s acceptable to say moves.

It was not until Kanye praised Hitler that the official Twitter account from the Republican House Judiciary Committee took down the tweet reading, simply: “Kanye. Elon. Trump.” The tweet had been up since Oct. 6. [...]

For today. It’s up to all of us to stop regarding silence as an acceptable option — not just for cartoonish praising of Hitler, but for more insidious, wink-wink, dog-whistle forms of hate directed at any group. At his postgame news conference on Nov. 30, LeBron James spoke out about the double-standard on being asked to speak out. He asked reporters why he’d been repeatedly pressed about the controversy over Kyrie Irving (about which, in fact, LeBron did speak out), but hadn’t been asked a single question about the 1957 photo, published last month in The Washington Post, showing Jerry Jones in a group of teens confronting Black students at a high school in Little Rock, Arkansas.

James is absolutely right. We should all speak out — about the hateful racism that’s unfolding in the photo, about Kyrie, about West, about Trump, and about the normalization of white supremacy, antisemitism and racism.
Translation: "Jews and Blacks should get together and get whitey."

If we're going to go back decades to talk about "hateful racism," why don't we have a discussion over the fact your father was an unapologetic Irgun terrorist who took part in the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians?

Why don't we talk about the brutal oppression of Palestinians in Israel today, which you and your brother Rahm fully support?

Why don't we have a discussion on the fact the ADL, which you are partnered with, is working to foment hatred against white people by teaching school children that only whites can be racist?

Why aren't you speaking out against that "hateful racism" but instead funding it and supporting it?

Emanuel's column continues:
[...] As outrageous as West is, the insidious part is that a generation of kids is being exposed to old, even ancient, tropes of antisemitism through very modern forms of technology and pop culture. Instead of getting distracted, let’s show kids a better path. Yes, it’s great that West’s platform to praise Hitler might shrink, but more corrosive is that the conspiracy theory of a cabal of Jews controlling politics, finance, medicine and entertainment is taking root.

This has threatened, as is likely one of the goals, to divide two communities — African Americans and Jewish Americans — that have historically been aligned on civil rights. Michael Schwerner, James Chaney and Andrew Goodman — the young civil rights activists slain by the Ku Klux Klan in Mississippi on June 21, 1964 — were far from the only examples.

Right now in Georgia, the newly re-elected Sen. Raphael Warnock is deeply aware of this shared history. In his victory speech late Tuesday night, Warnock called out Schwerner, Chaney and Goodman, along with Viola Liuzzo and James Reeb, as “martyrs of the movement.” And he went on to note the symbolism of Georgia’s current representation in the Senate. “Georgia, once again — as you did in 2021 when you sent an African American man and a Jewish man to the Senate in one fell swoop — you are sending a clear message to the country about the kind of world we want for our children,” he said.
But as the past few years have made clear, that kind of world is certainly not guaranteed. As the old saying goes, history doesn’t repeat itself but it rhymes.

So yes, keep our eye on the bigger picture — of course condemn cartoonish antisemitism and racism and hate, but also condemn more subtle and insidious forms of conspiracy theories that have no basis in fact.
Emanuel in October wrote an open letter demanding that Adidas end their multi-billion dollar contract with Ye, Apple and Spotify pull his music, Parler not sell their site to him and his performances be canceled.

Ye lost his multibillion dollar contract with Adidas days later, his tours were canceled and the Parler deal was called off.

Apple and Spotify have yet to ban him, but the head of the World Jewish Congress, billionaire Ron Lauder of the Estee Lauder fortune, is lobbying for them to ban him as we speak.

The Israeli President flew to America in late October to meet with Biden at the White House to discuss Ye's "anti-Semitism."

The White House has organized multiple meetings over it.

Emanuel's ally Jonathan Greenblatt told The Breakfast Club just days ago that he organized the cancelation of Ye because "if we don't get him" then the "myth" of Jewish power will spread.

Greenblatt threw out the exact same line as Emanuel, claiming the way to fight "division" is to unite against whitey.

Their agenda can't be any more transparent.

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