Presenting – the anti-Semite of the week

This Lamont, apparently he is a carrier. He spreads his disease wherever he goes.

Jack Engelhard

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Someone asked if I plan to write about this particular lowlife, Marc Lamont Hill. But I did that already. How many times do I have to keep doing this?

Some people, obviously, have not been reading my columns on a regular basis, as required by law.

Oops. Wait a minute. Seems that whatever Lamont did before…aha…he did it again.

First, let’s get this straight. Along with the rest of Israel, I inhabit the bloodlines of kings. King David is our ancestor. Last week or so, as we’ve been reading, Joseph ran all of Egypt. This week or so, it’s Moses being girded to become our Deliverer and the world’s Lawgiver. Why should we be bothering with every pest that comes along?

Sometimes we do it, though, because to let a slander go unanswered is a sin.

Yet every time I stop or stoop to consider the anti-Semite or blood libel of the week, here’s what happens – I lose another hour of Study.

In the Book I’m reading, every word in it absolute fact and truth, I dare not lose the thread of what comes next…and what a cliffhanger it is!

Will the people, slaves for 210 years, accept the leadership of Moses? Will Pharaoh let the people go?

That’s what I’m talking about, earth-shattering events that really happened and prophetically continue to blessedly happen …as told from the lips of G-d to the hands of Moses.

They do not write page-turners like this anymore. That is Our Book.

Where, by the way, is their book, those others who claim the land? Where are their prophets, judges, psalmists and kings?

Get back to the topic, Jack! Okay…okay…okay.

So this Lamont, apparently he is a carrier. He spreads his disease wherever he goes. I did indeed write about him here, and only a few weeks ago. That’s when he exposed himself and went politically pornographic there at some UN function tossing up one blood libel against Israel after another.

CNN, where he worked…yes, even CNN could not tolerate anti-Semitism so blatant, and fired him. Not so Temple University, where he continues to serve as a PROFESSOR. Or maybe he is the janitor over there, but anyway, beware, because that’s what’s instructing the generation coming up.

More? Yes. Now he’s “blaming Israel for police killings of black people.”  Read all about it here if you like. As for me, I think it is too sick and ridiculous to elaborate.

So why am I elaborating…just by mentioning this at all? I don’t know. Maybe we should just ignore these hate peddlers.

Or maybe we need to call them out, so that they don’t keep spreading. But they do keep spreading.

Like this one who wrote the book, “The Color Orange,” or something. Yes, Alice Walker and it is “The Color Purple” which became a bestseller.

(But not nearly as big, thank heaven, as this loving-Israel bestseller.)

Our marching with them for Civil Rights from the 1960s up to this moment made us few friends. If anything, it has backfired.
Walker also sells Jew hatred, just like Lamont, but she goes way back, and I have written about her as well. It’s somewhere. I’d have to look it up.

Our marching with them for Civil Rights from the 1960s up to this moment made us few friends. If anything, it has backfired.

Unrequited love. So say our novels…and so says our history.

Walker’s latest broadside against us has people shocked. I am not so shocked. In my November 30 column, “Thanks Lamont – we needed this reminder” (see the link above and read this book), I write: “Finding him [Lamont] is like finding a single cockroach and knowing where there is one there must be millions more crawling around.”

Do we need to mention them all? Maybe if we ignored them they’d just dry up like dead fish on the beach. We need to figure the best approach, all of us together.

That is the question. Is there an answer? Yes, there is, and it is never to engage them, never to EXPLAIN ourselves, but always to move forward fearless and bold.

Let them bewail our strength. Let them marvel at how much we just don’t give a damn.

New York-based bestselling American novelist Jack Engelhard writes regularly for Arutz Sheva.

He is the author of the international book-to-movie bestseller “Indecent Proposal” and most recently “News Anchor Sweetheart.” Contemporaries have hailed him “The last Hemingway, a writer without peer, and the conscience of us all.” Engelhard is the recipient of the Ben Hecht Award for Literary Excellence. Website: