Why There is no Place for Antisemites Like Me on Twitter

Having spent the last three decades studying and trying to contain antisemitism in various ways, the elite of German BDS storm troopers has informed me in no uncertain terms that in fact it is me who has been the antisemite all along. Let me explain. As some readers may now, the documenta, Germany’s internationally acclaimedContinue reading “Why There is no Place for Antisemites Like Me on Twitter”

Introducing the “Clinton Chasm” to Help Explain Why Most Exchanges About Antisemitism are Entirely Pointless

Team A and Team B Israel-Related Antisemitism The Clinton Chasm Why Team B has not Developed an Alternative to the IHRA Definition Consequences Team A and Team B Broadly speaking (like all taxonomies, this one too is imperfect and hardly covers all possible cases; yet, like many others, it is nevertheless helpful in allowing usContinue reading “Introducing the “Clinton Chasm” to Help Explain Why Most Exchanges About Antisemitism are Entirely Pointless”

On the (not so) Hidden Antisemitism of the Netflix Miniseries “Hollywood”

This text is part of a longer, as yet unfinished critical discussion of the means by which antisemitism is currently being combated. Netflix has just sunk several million Dollars into a star-studded, seven-part miniseries offering the most elaborate demonstration to date of the fact that postcolonial “antiracism” is intended not to complement but to displaceContinue reading “On the (not so) Hidden Antisemitism of the Netflix Miniseries “Hollywood””

Just What the World was Waiting for: Yet another Blog

I have been involved in serious scholarship focusing, inter alia, on antisemitism and proper, serious (i.e. Frankfurt School) Critical Theory for the best part of a quarter of a century and will continue to grapple with these issues as a scholar. I am principally starting this blog as a forum in which I can present myContinue reading “Just What the World was Waiting for: Yet another Blog”