Bernie Farber recently penned a superb piece of speculative fiction for Now Magazine, Toronto’s social justice warrior playbook, about how America’s Jewish and Muslim communities are now embracing one another thanks to Donald Trump’s electoral victory.
Farber, the former head of the Canadian Jewish Congress who now heads up something called the Mosaic Institute said:
“For the first time in memory, distinguished members of both the American Jewish and Muslim communities are coming together to form what can only be seen as a defensive alliance.”
The “distinguished” Muslim group he points to is the Islamic Society of North America. If ISNA rings a bell, that’s because their parent organization was listed by the U.S. Justice Department as an “unindicted co-conspirator” in a terror funding trial.
Farber says due to Trump’s victory, “the small number of neo-Nazis who are now feeling emboldened on the continent must not be underestimated. Trump’s language and racist promises have lit a fire in the belly of bigots and racists.”
Farber’s tangible example of bona fide white supremacist domestic terrorism? The Oklahoma City bombing that killed 165 innocent people in 1995.
Timothy McVeigh’s crime was despicable but Farber is drawing on an act of white supremacist terrorism from over twenty years ago.
By contrast, according to TheReligionOfPeace.com, since 9/11 nearly 30,000 deadly attacks were carried out by Islamic terrorists, up to and including today.
Yet Farber thinks the world’s most pressing security problem is the election of Donald Trump?
Thank goodness, as Farber notes, American Muslims and Jews are now watching each other’s backs for that impending deadly “White Lash” that’s going to erupt any minute now.