It’s Spring! Time for Anti-Christian, Anti-Jewish Bigots to Burst Forth!

It’s Spring! Time for Anti-Christian, Anti-Jewish Bigots to Burst Forth!

It’s Spring! Time for Anti-Christian, Anti-Jewish Bigots to Burst Forth!

While Christian and Jewish families gathered over the weekend for the most important religious holidays on their respective calendars, like toadstools after a rain, the anti-Bible bigots of the Left appeared to attack both in media and even at the White House.

This year Good Friday coincided with the first night of Passover (which ends April 23). It is an especially fortuitus occasion for Christians to be reminded that Christ’s Last Supper with his disciples was a Passover seder. It reminds us all of the bonds of brotherhood between the observant Christian and Jewish communities. What this double-holiday did, like when Christmas and Hannukah overlap, was to provide juice to the Left’s biannual orgy of mocking Christians and Jews. We can start with the hate-filled Congresscritter Ilhan Omar, the brother-wedded Islam-supremacist …

Understand, that is not her video. Omar is, dare we say, triggered that Christians dare show their faith in public anywhere. As as far as her claim that she wouldn’t be allowed to pray-on-a-plane, why would that be much different when major airports already provide dedicated Muslim worship spaces?

But it wasn’t just Omar hijacking Easter to make it about her pique, we had the New York Times run a screed that takes the 1960’s mantra of “God is Dead” and ups it to “And if He isn’t, Let’s Kill Him.

The Times op-ed was the work of Shalom Auslander, the author of a book called Foreskin’s Lament: A Memoir, in which he bitterly recounts his Orthodox Jewish upbringing and how he has said goodbye to all that. He does essentially the same thing in the Times piece, presenting some acid recollections of being an eight-year-old learning about Passover, and adding, “In this time of war and violence, of oppression and suffering, I propose we pass over something else: God.”

This is because God’s judgment on the Egyptians in the Exodus story seems to Auslander to be excessive. (snip)

Auslander doesn’t explain, of course, where he thinks he got the moral sense that he used to judge God’s actions in the Exodus account as he understands them. The Times, of course, has no space to consider answers to Auslander’s theological questions, which have been considered by Jews and Christians throughout the ages who were far more thoughtful than Auslander himself is. It does, however, have plenty of space for Auslander’s practical conclusion: “Killing gods is an idea I can get behind.”

Yet the 20th Century saw unprecedented mass murder and genocide on behalf of atheism. A fulfillment, as it were, of Benjamin Franklin’s quote, “If men are so wicked with religion, what would they be without it?”

Which brings us to another kind of religious hate, the stealth kind where it is taken over and erased. Most of us probably skipped the White House’s “People’s Seder” because Kamala, but maybe we should have paid more attention to the mockery of a Jewish religious ceremony that is thousands of years old.

“Good evening to the thousands of you who are joining us from around the country,” Doug Emhoff, the Hollywood lawyer serving as Kamala’s husband, intoned. (snip)

The People’s Seder sounds like a Berkeley commune. A day before the eve of Passover, the administration’s second virtual seder served no function except to give Emhoff something to do. Perhaps knowing that, Emhoff claimed, with a mostly straight face, that he had traveled the country hearing from people “how much last year’s virtual seder had meant to them”.

Emhoff made no mention of the over a dozen Israelis recently killed in terror attacks. Neither, seemingly, did so many of the speakers who rambled on about the importance of “empathy”.

Empathy applies to everyone except the Israeli Jews mourning their dead.

Passover, to Emhoff, proved to be about Ukraine, about the pandemic, and “protecting democracy”. Maybe Emhoff can tell me which democratic process elected Moses.

Among the seder’s guests (and bigots) were a pro-BDS, Reform Hebrew seminary head who doesn’t even believe in the God of the Bible and other ostensible Jews who talked about everything but what Passover is commemorating. One guest, Michael W. Twitty, looked at his seder plate and made the comment that the molasses represented “the transatlantic slave trade.”

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It was an exercise in de-Judenizing the most important of Jewish historical narratives. If anti-Semitic bigots can’t bully the Jew out, just co-op his religion.

This is not done innocently or even mistakenly. This, like the Left’s march through media, academia and government, is about transforming America into not-America, where The State is God, Spouse, Family.

Leftism is a jealous religion. It will brook no other.

Plan accordingly.

featured image, original composite by Darleen Click

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5 Comments
  • GWB says:

    like toadstools after a rain
    Oh, I think you should have said “like live and gnats after the frogs.” C’mon, you really needed to make a direct reference to the plagues.

    It is an especially [fortuitous] occasion for Christians to be reminded that Christ’s Last Supper with his disciples was a Passover seder.
    And that Christ’s death was the ultimate example of the Passover lamb. (For Christians, obviously.)

    I think my family and I should have a prayer session next time I am on a plane.
    Probably peacefully. Unless, of course, you were praying in Arabic. Because neither Christianity nor Judaism has ever, in modern times, been focused on destroying a civilization, and never through the practice of hijacking airplanes (which the Arabs were doing long before 2001 – coEntebbeugh). See, there’s a difference, you ungrateful hypocritical vomitous mass of putrescence, between people who desire peace and those who desire dominion. You shouldn’t even still be an American, you fraudulent sack of …. Ahem. I will pray for her.

    “Killing gods is an idea I can get behind.”
    And what he (and millions of other Progressives) fails to grasp is the only reason to “kill gods” is to put yourself in their place. Darleen mentions the “atheist” murders of tens of millions, but in reality that was simply man trying to be God. It wasn’t really anti-all-gods, it was I-should-be-god-instead. The results of sinful man doing that are … not good.

    “People’s Seder”
    I’m assuming it had the same concept as “people’s republics”. (Sorry, neither!)

    seminary head who doesn’t even believe in the God of the Bible
    Sadly, this is probably the ultimate “idea so dumb that only someone highly educated could believe in it.”

    If anti-Semitic bigots can’t bully the Jew out, just co-op his religion.
    It’s worked so far for the Progressives with Christianity and Judaism.

    Leftism is a jealous religion.
    Do not take this as simply a metaphor. Progressivism truly is a religion, and it is as totalitarian and intolerant as Islam. (And, some day, when Islam is no longer useful to it, it will destroy them as it tries with Christianity and Judaism.)

    On the other hand, I spent Sunday strengthening the faith of people and worshipping and fellowshipping with them. We celebrated both the deliverance of the Israelites (not just the Jews*) from the slavery of Egypt and the deliverance of all from the slavery of sin. The lamb’s blood on the doorposts told the angel of death to pass over those houses, and the Lamb’s blood on the cross has Him pass over our sins on the final Judgment Day. And no Progressive, no atheist, no heathen can take me out of God’s hand.
    He is risen! Alleluia!

    • GWB says:

      I think you should have said “like live lice and gnats after the frogs.”
      Dagnabit. Fixed it for me.

      And forget the *…
      (* “Jews” are the remnant people left after the splitting of the kingdom into Israel and Judah [comprised of the territory of the clans of Judah and Benjamin], and the northern kingdom was disappeared by the Assyrians. The remaining history of Israel consists of pretty much the tribe of Judah [with Benjamin and some surviving Levites], and their subsequent name of “Jews”. We tend to lazily speak of “the Jews” as meaning Israel, but it isn’t. Making the distinction helps us keep the story properly in mind.)

  • — Good evening to the thousands of you who are joining us from around the country,” Doug Emhoff, the Hollywood lawyer serving as Kamala’s husband, intoned. —

    “SERVING as Kamala’s husband” — ? Was he elected or appointed? Or perhaps Civil Service?

  • Cameron says:

    I’ve been listening to a couple of days worth of “Happy Zombie Jesus Day!” from two co-workers. I’m about ready to ask if they are going to make jokes about Ramadan but I’m willing to bet money that it’s a bridge too far.

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