Words have power; we all know this, but some folks seem to forget that it can be a double-edged sword.
Unfortunately, spreading lies and misinformation is a favorite pastime of a small but viciously vocal group of self-hating Jews. These lame-brains, along with other anti-Semites who are not Jewish, are being exposed on Canary Mission.
According to their website, Canary Mission’s goal is to “document individuals and organizations that promote hatred of the USA, Israel and Jews on North American college campuses.” (This is something that I support 100%.)
How do they accomplish such a lofty goal? Again, they are transparently clear about their methods which involve “investigating hatred across the entire political spectrum, including the far right, far left and anti-Israel activists.” (I also agree with that.)
They further state: “Canary Mission is motivated by a desire to combat the rise in anti-Semitism on college campuses. We pursue our mission by presenting the words and deeds of individuals and organizations that engage in anti-Semitism, racism and bigotry, along with the array of organizations that comprise the Boycott, Divest, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.” (Not to be redundant, but I love this, too.)
That is in sharp contrast to anyone claiming that their site is malicious, lies, and/or puts people in danger. It does not! It simply collects and posts their own words, for the whole world to see, allowing the reader to decide.
Of course, when an evil doer is exposed, they don’t take responsibility, they start blaming others. Such is the case with a Wellesley College sophomore whose own Twitter feed has provided an open-and-shut case. Sophie Hurwitz, who snookered the St. Louis Post-Dispatch into making her the victim, whines that: “Strangers on the internet are being fed lies about me,” adding, “I was pretty freaked out.”
Is it a lie to simply quote her tweets? I think not. And those tweets are truly hideous. If she stands by her words and believes she’s right, why would it freak her out? Obviously, she knows she did wrong and now wants to pretend it’s a smear campaign.
If someone is hateful and bigoted, they deserve to be exposed. (I am NOT talking about publishing home address or phone numbers, only links to social media accounts and posts.) Canary Mission is not doing anything wrong. Those who say otherwise are pushing a radical, anti-Semitic agenda. The Jewish community has a right to know if someone is intent on harming or defaming us. Creating such an important list is priceless.