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||[Jan. 5th, 2015|11:43 pm]
Weird Jews 2
So I wrote an article about Alan Dershowitz, the most fatuous lawyer in America - http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/college-students-beware-alan-dershowitz-is-reading-your-tweets/ - where he tried to distract from his defense of child molesters and teen rapers by going after a college student.|
And now he is accused of fucking underaged hookers.
So go ahead and click through and share where you like to share.
Dershowitz is a class-act scumbag. But that doesn't mean that his defense of Mael is wrong. And it doesn't make what Mael did wrong. And it certainly doesn't make Lynch's statements excusable.
Oh please. Mael is trolling through Twitter feeds in order to find something offensive. Lynch's statements are excusable because she is both young and not being manipulated by the DEAD COP story that was put forth to distract us all from the fact that police have been getting away with murder for years - and now in a very public way.
Mael can write whatever he likes, but he can't go crying to the world when people call him an asshole.
Beyond that, it's a fucking college radicals vs. Republicans fight that is about as important as the fight between your aunt and your mother at the last family get-together.
Alan Dershowitz weighing in on such a petty and idiotic squabble is not only wrong, it's idiotic and pathetic. It's also a misdirection away from institutional racism and his own scummy ethics.
So yeah, you're completely wrong.
Lately I've been finding myself agreeing with you whenever you pop up on my Facebook feed, but this time, no, you're dead wrong.
Lynch's statements are hate-mongering. They are violent. They are repulsive to anyone with any concept of morals. Saying that she was refusing to be manipulated by a dead cop story is a bad excuse. Saying that cops have been getting away with murder for years does not, never has, and never will justify the murder of anyone. And it's not like the cops that were killed were directly involved in active violence against Blacks (or African-American, whichever term is preferred to you).
Mael caught on to Lynch's revolting rhetoric, in part because Lynch is a public figure at Brandeis, and also in part because she has been quite open about her hatred of Israel and Zionists (read: Jews). As someone in office at Brandeis, or hell, as any decent human being, Lynch must be held accountable for her hate speech. Should this whole story have gone outside the Brandeis community? Probably not, but hey, Lynch made her tweets public, so yeah, Mael just took it one step further and brought them to a bigger audience. So Mael gets cyber-ripped apart by all of Lynch's buddies to the point that it transfers to his daily life, when all he did was post something that Lynch herself posted.
Dershowitz shouldn't have gotten involved, but he's an ass and he did.
Saying that cops being murdered is misdirection away from institutional racism doesn't make murdering cops any more right.