Free Speech is Fundamentally “Anti-Semitic”
by John Friend
MALAYSIAN Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad may be the most important political figure in the entire world. He is certainly the most courageous, righteous, and honest statesmen that I’ve ever encountered. He is clearly not afraid to speak the truth about organized Jewry, their power and influence in the world, and their weaponized buzzwords used to stifle any criticism or honest discussion of their criminality and nation-wrecking agendas, which we have documented in previous blog posts here.
The honorable Malaysian Prime Minister recently addressed the Global Leaders Forum at Columbia University, which truly enraged the Jews. The organized Jewish community had been hoping that Columbia University would cancel his scheduled appearance at the prestigious forum, and continued to condemn his presence when Columbia commendably refused to back down. Ronald Lauder, the President of the World Jewish Congress, sent a letter to Columbia University stating he would encourage his friends to “immediately cease any of their contributions to your institution until such a time anti-Semitic despots are no longer welcome on your campus.” What nerve these people have!
His speech had nothing to do with organized Jewry, his views on the alleged “Holocaust” during WWII, or “anti-Semitism”, but of course an obnoxious Jewish student asked him a question about his views on these topics. His response was epic.
How do you not love this guy? The Algemeiner reports:
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad defended his right to express antisemitic views in the name of free speech in remarks to Columbia University students on Wednesday.
Speaking to a packed audience at the university’s Global Leaders Forum, the 94-year-old leader — whose decades-old conviction that “the Jews rule the world by proxy” has never wavered — also refused to say whether he accepted the fact that six million Jews were murdered during the Nazi Holocaust.
“Why can’t I say something about the Jews, when people say nasty things about me and about Malaysia?” Mahathir complained, as he responded to a powerfully-worded challenge posed by a member of the Columbia chapter of Students Supporting Israel.
The Malaysian leader went on to argue, “When you say ‘you cannot be antisemitic,’ there is no free speech.” […]
Indeed, if one cannot openly criticize Jews, question and dispute the official “Holocaust” narrative of WWII, engage in serious, scholarly research into the background and ideology of Adolf Hitler and National Socialist Germany, or make “anti-Semitic” and “hateful” statements about Jews and other minorities, then there is no free speech, as the Prime Minister powerfully and correctly stated. Anyone with the ability to think critically should be able to engage in serious, scholarly research into any topic of interest to them.
The very concept of free speech, certainly from an American perspective, revolves around specifically protecting individuals expressing controversial and dissenting political, historical, social or racial perspectives, ensuring they are allowed to express their point of view without violence being inflicted upon them or without the government interfering or harming their ability to do so.
How telling it is to have to be reminded of this basic bedrock principal of American political traditions by the Prime Minister of an Asian country. The only American politician I’m aware of speaking out on this issue is Tulsi Gabbard, who [despite being non-White and predictably hostile to racially conscious Whites] has commendably addressed the idea of free speech and the tech tyranny we see unfolding in America.
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Source: The Realist Report