Jews are claiming that white Nazis are still to blame for the threats against Jewish buildings even though a negro made those threats to harm his white ex-girlfriend.
The truth, though, is that anti-Semitism doesn’t require individuals who participate in it to hate Jews, or even to care about Jews. Anti-Semitism is a way to structure hate and violence. Once the structure is in place, anyone can participate, whether they are personally invested or not. Prejudice doesn’t require intent. You don’t have to hate Jews to commit anti-Semitic acts.Source
The Jewish author cites Anita Sarkeesian, the "feminist video game critic" involved in Gamergate as an illustration of this principle.
Part of how harassment works on the internet is through “dogpiling”; an individual or group points out a target, and everyone attacks. The idea, Sarkeesian wrote in a piece for Marie Claire, is to “overwhelm a target through sheer volume, clogging and choking online accounts with a cascade of disingenuous questions, insults, slurs, threats, and more.” Dogpiling works so well in part because it’s about the target, not about the participants’’ motives. You can take part in a dogpile of Anita Sarkeesian because you’re misogynist, or because you’re angry about what she said about videogames, or just because you’re not doing anything and think it would be funny. When harassers choose a target, they expect, and hope, to encourage others to join in for laughs, or out of boredom, or to advance their own agendas.So you can engage in misogynism without being misogynistic; and antisemitism without being an antisemite. This recalls the infamous Macpherson report's definition of "structural racism", according to which you can be racist without really being racist.
Thompson is a known liar and, it appears, a misogynist harasser. He’s not, seemingly, an ideologically committed anti-Semite. But the fact that, at this moment in history, his misogynist lies were channeled into anti-Semitism is telling. Hating Jews is easier now in the United States than it was not long ago. The fact that Juan Thompson committed anti-Semitic acts without being personally anti-Semitic shouldn’t be a comfort to Jewish people. Quite the reverse.But Juan Thompson didn't commit any "antisemitic acts". He committed anti-white acts. His threats were intended to discredit and ruin a white woman and to stigmatise white people more generally. He made the threats to frame his "nasty/racist #whitegirl" ex-girlfriend who, according to him, was an "antisemite".
The first threat was in an email to the Jewish History Museum in New York written from an account that made it appear as if it were being sent by an ex-girlfriend. "Juan Thompson put 2 bombs in the History Museum set to go off Sunday," it said.
He followed that up with similar messages to a Jewish school in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and to a school and community centre in Manhattan, authorities said. In another round of emails and phone calls, he gave the woman's name, rather than his own, the court complaint said.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations received an anonymous email saying the woman put a bomb in a Dallas Jewish centre. Thompson, who is black, then took to Twitter: "Know any good lawyers?" he wrote. "Need to stop this nasty/racist #whitegirl I dated who sent a bomb threat in my name."
He later tweeted to the secret service saying he had been "tormented by an anti-Semite. She sent an antijewish bomb threat in my name. Help."
But police say it was a hoax created to make the woman look guilty. Thompson also made threats in which he identified the woman as the culprit, authorities said.The common thread that runs through Juan Thompson's life is his habit of lying in ways intended to stigmatise white people. He had previously lost job as a journalist for lies about Dylann Roof, who shot 9 negroes in a church. Thompson invented an interview with an imaginary cousin of Roof, who supposedly revealed that Roof had only begun to hate negroes after one "stole" a girl he was interested in.
"Scott Roof, who identified himself as Dylann Roof's cousin, told me over the telephone that 'Dylann was normal until he started listening to that 'white power music stuff,'" Thompson wrote in a story that went live at 11:05 p.m. on June 18. "He also claimed that 'he kind of went over the edge when a girl he liked started dating a black guy two years back.'"
..."Dylann liked her," Scott Roof said, according to Thompson. "The black guy got her. He changed. I don't know if we would be here if not..."Source
The negro's lies were eagerly lapped up by the Establishment press.
News agencies across the country were soon citing the Intercept's exclusive as they raced to cobble together a picture of the gunman...Thompson's Scott Roof "scoop" was cited by the New York Daily News, New York Post, New York Magazine, Toronto Sun, Alternet, the Root, Radar Online, Latin Post, Centric TV and even the U.K.'s Indy, Daily Mail and Mirror — and that's likely an incomplete list.The Jewish author of the original article argues that those who initiate a collective expression of prejudice are morally responsible for its later manifestations, even if the people responsible for those later manifestations do not share the motivations of the original creators of the social movement.
By the same Talmudic logic, then, ethnic non-Europeans, including Jews, are morally responsible for Juan Thompson's bomb threats. They created the Blame Whitey/White Privilege movement that stigmatises white people. The fact that Juan Thompson may have lied only to advance his career or hurt his ex-girlfriend is irrelevant. His "Blame Whitey" antics occurred within the context of a much broader Blame Whitey movement, one largely instigated by Jews. Thus Jews are to blame for the bomb threats made against Jewish institutions. QED.