Once same-sex marriage became the law of the land, we wondered what cause leftist homosexuals would dredge up in order to keep their social-justice train running.
Now we know: making their ranks Judenrein.
Big surprise, huh?
An LGBT group that calls itself the Chicago Dyke Collective expelled three Jews from their Dyke March (their language, not mine) last Saturday for the crime of — oh, the horror! — carrying rainbow flags with the Star of David superimposed in the middle.
Dyke Collective officials said that the flags were threatening and made other marchers feel “triggered” and “unsafe.” When the Jewish participants protested, the officials claimed that they were not Jew-haters, but merely anti-Zionists who support the Palestinian struggle. Jews were welcome, they said, as long as they were anti-Zionist.
Actually, anti-Zionism is Jew-hatred.
Here’s a little thought experiment for those oh-so-fragile members of the Dyke Collective: A group expels some Dykes from the march because they are carrying the Swedish flag. They claim that they are not against Swedish people, but are merely anti-Sweden.
By the way, you deranged, bigoted members of the Dyke Collective: Israel is the only country in the Middle East where LGBT people have equal rights under the law. If you ever fell into the hands of the so-called Palestinian people whom you claim to love so much, you might find yourselves bound and blindfolded, dragged to the roof of a tall building, and hurled down to your death.
Participants of the 21st annual Chicago Dyke March, a parade geared towards members of the city’s lesbian community, found themselves on Saturday at the center of controversy.
The Dyke March was founded by a collective that billed the event as more inclusive and social justice-oriented than the more well-known and mainstream Chicago Pride Parade.
According to a report in The Windy City Times, the three members were told to leave the parade because the flags “made people feel unsafe” and that the Dyke March was a “anti-Zionist, pro-Palestinian” space.
The expelled Jewish members said that “there’s nothing offensive about this flag. It’s a statement of Jewish identity.”
“It was a flag from my congregation which celebrates my queer, Jewish identity which I have done for over a decade marching in the Dyke March with the same flag,” Laurel Grauer, one of the participants, told the Chicago-based publication.
Grauer, who was asked by other marchers if she was a Zionist while holding the flag, further stated, “It’s hard to swallow the idea of inclusion when you are excluding people from that. People are saying ‘You can be gay but not in this way.’ We do not feel welcomed. We do not feel included.”
“I was here as a proud Jew in all of my identities,” Eleanor Shoshany-Anderson, another participant who was kicked out, said. “The Dyke March is supposed to be intersectional. I don’t know why my identity is excluded from that. I feel that, as a Jew, I am not welcome here.”