you know, this reminds me of something I've been wanting to tell pol for a long time
there is this myth of jewish unity
it is a myth that is necessary for anti-semitism
the entire concept of anti-semitism evaporates if you admit that it is possible for a Jewish person to disagree with another Jewish person
I figure that the only way you can possibly be anti-semitic is if you have no concept of conflict within the tribe of Jewish people
Now, there is some superficial appearance that the Jewish people are unified by Judaism.
If you actually talked with any Jewish person, you would realize that this is fictional. It's an illusion. Jewish people are just like you and me. Sometimes they're religious, and sometimes they aren't. And if you have no concept of Jewish people arguing about God, then perhaps you might actually think that Jewish people are a bunch of robots who all obey the will of God.
I could go on, but my point is that a Jewish person has posted a link to an anti-semitic rant.
This rant may have a grain of truth, but it is entirely overshadowed by the fact that a Jewish person drew attention to it.
Why would a Jewish person give attention to an anti-semitic rant?
If you can't answer that, then you probably have a childish view of the Jewish people.
Here is my answer: the Jewish people only view themselves as unified some of the time. The rest of the time, they're more afraid of each other than they are of non-jews.
The simple fact is that Jewish people can conspire against each other with non-jews, and other Jewish people can recognize this and oppose the conspiracy.
Shaprio is doing something very brave and courageous, and he should be recognized for that.