Jews criticize Trump: you make white racists more daring.

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 Jews criticize Trump: you make white racists more daring.


The United States, Capitol Hill website said 28, Pittsburgh Jewish leaders in an open letter said that the day before the Jewish church bloody shooting, Trump was duty-bound, Trump is the white racists to make more daring. The Jewish community is not the only group you are targeting, and you deliberately compromise the safety of people of color, Muslims, sexual minorities (LGBTQ) and the disabled, the letter said. Trump is still spreading rumors and panic against the Central American immigrant families. The letter calls on Trump to fully condemn white racism, stop locking in and endangering all minorities, stop attacking immigrants and refugees and commit to a compassionate, democratic and respectful policy for all of us. The letter said that unless Trump did so, he would not be welcomed in Pittsburgh even if Trump indicated his intention to visit.

One day a bloody shooting in Pittsburgh synagogue was identified as hate crime by prosecutors. The attack killed 11 people and is the bloodiest attack against Jews in the United States. According to U.S. media reports, the social media account of the shooting suspect Bowles has a large number of anti-Semitism and anti-immigration remarks, he called all immigrants invaders and said that Jews are helping these people invade the United States.

The famous American Jewish writer Michelson said it was not important whether Trump condemned the attack or not. What was important was Trumps tolerance of white supremacists and his advocacy of hatred. Trump made all sorts of vicious remarks about immigrants and Muslims, and white extremists who supported this would naturally set off a right-wing movement that hated Jews. Since Trump can provoke Americans to hate the media and the elite, there will naturally be people against the Jews, because in the eyes of anti-Semitists, the media and the elite are mostly Jewish.

The Washington Post said Trump was responsible for a series of hate incidents because of his inflammatory attacks on political opponents and his words of racial hatred. But despite calls for Trump to lower his profile, on the evening of the 28th he launched another fierce attack on Twitter: False news blames the Republicans, the Conservatives and myself for the division and hatred that our country has endured for so long. In fact, it is their false and dishonest reports that create greater problems than they understand.

As president, Trumps first duty should be to call for national unity. But he took advantage of this opportunity to stir up further differences. The Financial Times said that although Trump condemned anti-Semitism for the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre, he also claimed that such incidents could not be prevented because the church had no armed guards. As for the bomb-wrapped incident, Trump even called it a mischief-planting by Democrats worried about losing the mid-term elections next week. The Republicans did well in early voting, and now the bombing has happened and the momentum has slowed considerably, he wrote on Twitter.

Greenblatt, president of the Anti-Defamation coalition, an international Jewish NGO, said on NBC that the group found that harassment, sabotage and violence against Jewish communities in the United States soared 57 percent last year, the biggest increase in a year since the group began tracking such crimes. A recent report by the Anti-Defamation Coalition said that white supremacists committed more than twice as many murders in 2017 as in 2016 in extremists.

The seeds of hatred have sprouted, Germanys Le Monde said on 29, Trump can not pretend to have nothing to do with these hatred and violence, it is his hateful slogan to encourage anti-Semitism. Trump has repeatedly sent signals of encouragement that can be understood by right-wing extremists, including in the summer of 2017, when Trump publicly declared violence on both sides of the conflict in the Charlottesville riots, which was seen as a disguised encouragement of extreme right-wing acts such as white supremacism, neo-Nazism and the Ku Klux Klan. Yes. He changed the ethos of American society. In the run-up to the midterm elections in the US Congress, Trump and the Republican Party are seeking long-term political power by going beyond partisan rivalries to incite hostility towards minorities, foreigners and Jews, Yonhap news agency said Wednesday. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526

The seeds of hatred have sprouted, Germanys Le Monde said on 29, Trump can not pretend to have nothing to do with these hatred and violence, it is his hateful slogan to encourage anti-Semitism. Trump has repeatedly sent signals of encouragement that can be understood by right-wing extremists, including in the summer of 2017, when Trump publicly declared violence on both sides of the conflict in the Charlottesville riots, which was seen as a disguised encouragement of extreme right-wing acts such as white supremacism, neo-Nazism and the Ku Klux Klan. Yes. He changed the ethos of American society.

In the run-up to the midterm elections in the US Congress, Trump and the Republican Party are seeking long-term political power by going beyond partisan rivalries to incite hostility towards minorities, foreigners and Jews, Yonhap news agency said Wednesday.