The BDS movement does an excellent job of couching their activities as a human rights movement. But, today, the cat is out of the bag. Nearly everyone realizes that the BDS movement stands at the forefront of the anti-semitic movement. It is the 21st century version of an age-old movement which has existed for centuries.
The BDS movement chooses individuals or a business and target people or business in a rather violent fashion. One needs to simply go to a BDS activity and see for themselves. It is a completely aggressively and violent protest movement that exclusively targets the Jewish people.
“I’m not Anti-Israel, I’m Pro-Palestinian”
This is one of the most common statements that students say or hear on college campuses. Well, is that really true? Human Rights attorney, Brooke Goldstein explains that BDS is all about discrimination against one group – Jews, and especially Jews in Israel. That is why one of the greatest “temporary” victories of the BDS movement was when they got AirBnB to discriminate against Jews in Judea and Samaria. AirBnB “delisted” only Jewish people in Judea and Samaria – due to the race or national origin of the homeowners.
In truth, the idea of being “Pro-Palestinian” and anti-Israel are two sides of the same coin. The reason why so many people jump on the BDS bandwagon is because it is a politically correct way to be an anti-semite. The less clever participants don’t even know why they are part of an anti-semitic group – they think they are trying to help “poor Palestinians.” But the more astute know good and well that BDS is all about hatred of the Jews as that is the fuel that drives the people to show up to BDS activities. Seeing is believing.