Tuesday, October 24, 2023

UC Davis African American Studies Professor Jemma Decristo Threatens Jews and Their Children


To folks (Jan) who will say, "What does this have to do with Bieganski the Brute Polak Stereotype"? I can only reply. Read the book. Thank you. 

There are many subgroups in America. Religious, racial, ethnic. You can't talk about how Poles and other Bohunks are stereotyped in America without also talking about how other groups are talked about. African Americans are a major subgroup. Compare how anti-Semitism among blacks is talked about with how anti-Semitism among Poles or other Slavs is talked about. If a Polish Catholic posted this threat, it would make headlines around the world. I learned about African American studies professor Jemma Decristo's threat only by chance. It is not making headline news at all. 


  1. This has been going on for a long time. There is a victim hierarchy in the USA, and Poles are at or near the bottom of this hierarchy. So how could it be otherwise?

  2. Jemma: "These posts are protected"


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