Daniel Greenfield writes at Frontpagemag.com:
"Every government having regard to good morals ought to repress the Jews," opined Pierre Leroux, the leftist credited with coining the term Socialism.
"When we speak of Jews, we mean the Jewish spirit, the spirit of profit, of lucre, of gain, the spirit of commerce."
"What is the worldly religion of the Jew? Huckstering. What is his worldly God? Money," Karl Marx ranted.
"American socialism traces its ideological ancestry to Charles Fourier, a French socialist bigot who declared that Jews were the embodiment of capitalism, 'parasites, merchants, usurers,' and the 'incarnation of commerce: parasitical, deceitful, traitorous and unproductive'," Greenfield continues.
"Even the term anti-Semite was popularized by Wilhelm Marr, the socialist founder of the League of Antisemites," Greenfield writes.
"The inventor of anti-Semitism's arguments were the same ones put forward by Marx, Fourier, H.G. Wells, Lenin and countless other socialists," according to Greenfield.
Thus: "The Jews were all about the 'Benjamins.' They started wars. They were disloyal and manipulated society. They were a dangerous foreign element."
Greenfield connects the dots: "These are the same tropes that were put forward by Rep. Ilhan Omar and defended by her socialist allies in the House Progressive Caucus and across the media."
Moving deeper, "anti-Semitism is one of the meeting points between socialists and Islamists. The more anti-Semitism she spews, the more Rep. Omar unites the identity politics caucus of minority group racial nationalists and Islamists, with the traditional Left," Greenfield explains.
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