No, it is all about those precious
Enter the San Fransisco circumcision ban. Despite protests to the contrary, many are starting to see this as a clear attack on traditional religious practice in general, and an attack on traditional Judaism and Islam in particular. And while proponents insist nothing of the sort, suddenly we have this:
WTH? Monster Mohel? Complete with hook nose and 1930s era Nazi like antisemitic imagery? And the hero is a blond haired, blue-eyed crusader against the evil Jewish caricatures? My first thought was, this had to be published by opponents of the ban to make the pro-ban gang look like Nazis. But as of now, I've seen nothing of the sort, and it actually looks like it was published by the pro-ban side. Egad. I'm still holding out hope that something this flagrantly antisemitic is not part of an official legal campaign in our country, and it is a hoax or something along those lines. But I must admit, part of me is concerned. Even if it is official, I'm sure it doesn't represent everyone who supports the Ban. But the fact is, that this sort of thing is attractive to that particular brand of hate-based bigotry and tyranny that is emerging from the far Left side of the tracks. I've said it before, if anything is capable of surpassing the evils of the Nazis, it will be the post-modern secular Left. And that's worth remembering for everyone involved.
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