The BDS movement was born in Hitler's Germany in 1933. On the day Hitler came to power in 1933 he ordered a nationwide campaign of boycotting Jewish businesses, shops, and enterprises while the world stood by. It was the first step towards the "Final Solution";the Nazi plan to exterminate the Jewish people, .
The so-called "BDS" movement is nothing less than a poorly-disguised campaign of bigotry and aggression against Jews by antisemites and jihadists.While its roots go back far earlier, ever since the 1930s the first manifestation of Nazi-like antisemitism has been to organize economic boycotts against Jews. On the day Hitler came to power in 1933 he ordered a nationwide campaign of BDS or "boycotts, divestment and sanctions" against Germany's Jews. It was of course only the opening round in economic warfare and aggression directed against Jews. The Germans claimed that they were actually the victims of the Jews, who were occupying German territory. Sound familiar?The Arab countries quickly took note of the lessons from Germany. As soon as Israel's existence and independence were proclaimed, the Islamofascist world announced a total BDS campaign, including a trade embargo, against Israel. This boycott was generally also implemented against non-Israeli Jews, removing any doubt as to the real agenda of the boycotters. That boycott is still by and large in effect, although here and there one can see cracks in it. Syrian Arabs injured by the Assad junta feel no hesitation to flee to the Israeli border and ask for medical assistance, which they get for free, and Arabs from the Gulf states quietly fly to Israel to get medical treatments.The latest manifestation of Boycott-the-Jews antisemitism is in the campus "BDS" movement. Like the previous boycotts, the newer "BDS" is nothing more than a here. The resemblance to Judith Butler and her recent appearance at the Brooklyn College Hatefest is, in the immortal words of Yoggi Berra, too coincidental to be a coincidence.-more