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Ohio student leader who dropped bucket of blood for Gaza receives vicious death threats

Here’s an important story we’ve been following from Athens, Ohio: the student senate president at Ohio University dumped a bucket of fake blood over her head to commemorate the massacre victims in Gaza and supported boycott and divestment from Israel. There has been a giant backlash against Megan Marzec for creating that video (a takeoff on the ice-bucket challenge trend to raise money to fight ALS); and last night four angry Israel supporters were arrested at a student senate meeting for disruption and refusing the order to stop speaking. One of those students approached Marzec in what observers said was a physically-threatening manner.

In our first post on this story, we mentioned death threats against Marzec. Well thanks to Louis-Georges Schwartz, a professor of film studies at the school, here are two of them. Both use obscene language and say that Marzec will be killed– by terrorists or Islamists.

First, this anonymous email was sent to Marzec two days ago, saying that her life is over.

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And second, here is a thoroughly-repellent letter that was sent last week to the president of the university, Roderick McDavis, and to others; Louis Schwartz also received a copy of it and posted it on Facebook with the aim of protecting Marzec. McDavis is black. The letter contains a threat to Marzec. The author of the threat is Debra Halborn, a writer.

 

Deborah Halborn

Debra Halborn

The threat is not actually the worst of the threats directed at Marzec. She has received multiple death threats, Schwartz told us.

Halborn, the self described “”badass JEW LADY” who wrote President McDavis,  is a storyteller for children. Her website is called, The Starcat Cluster.

The threatening nature of Halborn’s text prompted the University to contact local security and law enforcement. Schwartz posted an image of Halborn’s threat on his Facebook page, and Halborn wrote another email (below), to OU President McDavis and his wife, including a graphic from her Facebook page and an invitation to share the graphic “for those who strive to forge a better world.”

 

Halborn apology

Halborn Letter to President Davis

Halborn then wrote an email to Schwartz. The subject line on the email was “Chain of events: BDS matter and Atonement” and referenced her email to Davis and his wife as “an apology”. Perhaps it is her offer to share her artwork that she sees as her atonement. And Halborn describes her first communication as the “BDS letter.” Here is the content of the email with a name removed ——. The words in brackets [] were written by Halborn.

Louis:

Yesterday, I presented my apology to Dr. McDavis [attached], and copied Miss—–; the contents of which, she deemed not to “share” with you as she did my [regretfully written] BDS letter, perhaps because it is not as controversial, as inflammatory; so I am sharing my Apology with you, today – for you also chose to pour gasoline on a most delicate and hurtful matter by spreading this issue on your Facebook page – rather than to email me on your own, to telephone me on your own, or write to me on your own, and discuss your feelings.

As a Jewish man, you know that Erev Yom Kippur  – The Day of Atonement, is nigh; and on Kol Nidre, the Holiest of Holy Days, I will stand before G-d, declare to Him my terrible act, and await His Judgement and His Forgiveness.

Do you remember the Aveinu Malkaynu, Louis? Our prayer of Atonement:

Avienu Malkaynu, Our Father our King, We stand before you – Avienu Malkaynu, We have sinned before Thee . . .we ask Thy divine Forgiveness . . .

L’Shanah Tovah Tikatayvu : A Happy New Year to you, Louis. May G-d grant you a Good Year.

Shalom

Debra Halborn

The case suggests that the battle over Israel and Palestine is coming to American shores, as well it should. Though the tactics are extremely concerning.

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  1. Marnie on September 11, 2014, 11:58 am

    I’m sure it’s all okay with God and everyone else now because she kind of apologized/justified/rationalized/zionized. That’s the magic of jewish prayer! That and the flying kittehs.

    What a revoltingly sick woman. Maybe she will be charged with hate crime?

    Best of luck explaining this to the Almighty.

  2. Philip Munger on September 11, 2014, 12:29 pm

    Do your job, FBI and campus police. Do your job!

  3. just on September 11, 2014, 1:01 pm

    And these people live among us!

    What will the ADL say?

  4. David Doppler on September 11, 2014, 1:04 pm

    You sub-title this blog, the War if Ideas in the Middle East, but I have come to view it as the war of somatic states. It is not so much a person’s ideas, as the psychological state they find themselves in: am I and my community at immediate risk of being killed by people who hate me, hate us for who we are? If so, there’s no time for nuance, or politeness, or counting to ten. Protective action, even violent action, is required now, including the basest personal attacks against those who stand in the way.

    If the risk is not there, then we take on a wholly different somatic state: in which our curiosity about others who are different is a source of richness in our lives. Debra Helbron, like many Israeli Jews, sees her community as surrounded by angry people of different cultures who would kill them all, if given half a chance, and out of this sense of threat, wells up her primal instinct to destroy her “enemy,” her smug belief she is doing G-d’s work, and will be forgiven any excesses done in the heat of passion. She’s Piper Chapman pounding away violently at Pennsatucky, her prison enemy, who’s attacked her with a knife (Orange is New Black reference), later shocked to realize she’s even capable of such violence. When will she also wake to realize she’s no different from the supporters of George Wallance, united in their fear of being at the mercy of the African Americans they had oppressed and abused for so long?

    Netanyahu, Lieberman, and points to their right, all are engaged in demagogic fanning of these flames of fear, and self-righteous mutual goading to ever further acts of hatred and violence. The whole society is united in this fear, and the accompanying rationalization for racism, violence, phony investigations, brutal oppression of those subject to its “occupation,” condescending dismissal of all criticism.

    To paraphrase Nelson Mandela, “Not only must the Palestinians be released from their oppression, the Israelis must be released from their fear.” We can argue with words expressing ideas forever, Phil, but this is the emotional truth at the bottom of the bottomless pit.

    • eljay on September 11, 2014, 1:23 pm

      The fear of Zio-supremacists isn’t the fear felt by an average, law-abiding person walking through a strange neighbourhood, afraid that something bad might happen to him/her.

      It’s the fear felt by an immorally and unjustly privileged person, afraid of losing his/her privilege and being held accountable for the acts of injustice and immorality s/he:
      – used in the past to acquire it; and
      – continues to use to keep it.

      The greater the likelihood of accountability and loss of privilege, the greater the fear and anger.

      Aggressor-victimhood is a tough gig. :-(

      • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 4:06 pm

        I also must believe that there are, among Israelis who’s identification papers say “Jewish” a significant number of people who would like to live at peace, but are powerless to change it. I say this because Israeli Jews are people, not because they are Jewish.

      • annie on September 12, 2014, 4:04 am

        i believe that too mooser. and many of those people may genuinely experience fear and act in fear. but i do not believe they would act out by writing an email like halborn’s. this is a deranged mind. a mind not necessarily (at all) motivated by fear.

      • David Doppler on September 12, 2014, 11:04 am

        Yes, and the source of the “valuable hatred” slavers demonstrated against abolitionists, which we learned about from Phil’s study of Lincoln and the Civil War, valuable in that its outbursts (like Helbron’s) draws the attention of the crowd otherwise not paying attention, which over time grows into a school of opinion necessary to overturn the corrupt establishment.

        In further response to Annie, Helbron seems like a small person, overtaken by her hatred, seeking comfort in a simple atonement, without a clue about the larger issues debated here, or her own emotional state triggered by the cognitive dissonance created by Megan Marzac’s bold statement and action. Marzac is the Abolitionist, Helbron the slaver driven to rage by someone who would challenge her sense of her and her people’s basic goodness, her security in the folds of her community and its highly respected place in the world.

      • annie on September 12, 2014, 11:29 am

        thanks for clarifying david

      • eljay on September 13, 2014, 9:01 am

        >> Mooser: I also must believe that there are, among Israelis who’s identification papers say “Jewish” a significant number of people who would like to live at peace, but are powerless to change it. I say this because Israeli Jews are people, not because they are Jewish.

        I believe so, too. In my book, Jewish Israelis who desire…
        – a just and mutually-beneficial peace with Palestinians; and
        – equality in an Israel that is not a supremacist “Jewish State”,
        …are not Zio-supremacists.

    • annie on September 11, 2014, 1:32 pm

      david, i am curious, in what part of halborn’s communication do you detect fear?

      is it an assumption on your part that this is what is motivating her or is it in something she wrote? she does reference “in times of stress”, but stress is not synonymous with fear.

      • annie on September 11, 2014, 5:30 pm

        could someone else answer in case david doesn’t? what about her communication indicates fear? is this a common claim for the aggressor? would we say this about a man stalking a woman and threatening that she will have her throat slit? would we start discussing his fear? what about Elliot Rodger responsible for the 2014 Isla Vista killings in santa barbara?

        was it a normal part of the discourse to discuss his fear? i’m reading that initial communication and i am completely not reading fear in that. i am reading predator.

        maybe there is some psychological condition i am not familiar with called “the fear of the predator and how fear motivates them to act as they do”

        does that work as a defense in court when you slit a strangers throat?

      • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 5:43 pm

        If she has groundless fears which can’t be calmed and drive her to extreme actions, she really should seek competent psychological help.

      • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 5:48 pm

        Could it be possible, nah, I must be nuts, that a person could be aware of, or even against Zionism or the actions of Israel, yet still retain the extraordinary Jewish ethno-centrism Zionism and its allies has so successfully inculcated in Jews, and a lot of other people, too? I would hope not. Such a person would sure be working under a disability thinking about almost anything I-P connected..

      • annie on September 11, 2014, 6:05 pm

        If she has groundless fears which can’t be calmed and drive her to extreme actions

        if? sending that email above, that in itself is an extreme action. not as extreme as becoming physically violent but extreme none the less. so of course i agree she needs psychological help. but why are we speculating about fear when there are other much more likely rationales why predators act and make threats. i think this is a catch all extension of the meme ‘jews are afraid’ on campus. bds makes them ‘uncomfortable’ they are fearful!

        and this anonymous ‘we’re gone box you up so pack your bags’ nonya business character? i could care less if this person is afraid hovering over his/her keyboard.

      • ritzl on September 11, 2014, 6:22 pm

        To me, Annie, DD was just making an observation, not a criticism.

        I think the “somatic states” idea is an interesting recasting of this situation and issue. When he was asking “…am I and my community…,” he was describing one of those states, the one that controls Halborn and people like her, and projecting it as her state of mind. Her “somatic state.”

        I don’t think he was trying to minimize what she did. I think he was trying to explain it.

        FWIW.

      • annie on September 11, 2014, 7:45 pm

        i didn’t think his intention was to minimize it either ritzl, it just seems like a theme we’ve grown accustomed to accepting and maybe we need to look at those assumptions. for decades it’s been used to justify the occupation and israeli society. it gets old for me. plus i don’t think it’s accurate for all of them. i think many are motivated by racism and delusions of superiority.

        and i wonder when you say he was describing one of those states, the one that controls Halborn and people like her, and projecting it as her state of mind. what you mean? do you have any evidence a state of fear controls halborn? or are you just assuming it? i don’t mean to suggest you are trying to minimize her actions. i’m just wondering why your framing assumes she was controlled by fear. maybe she’s controlling or threatening or motivated for other reasons.

        there’s not even a caveat there saying she may be controlled by fear. do we treat other members of society who bully, threaten, and stalk with this kind of assumption? not that i know of. so why halborn? is it the kitty kats?

        what if halborn was a muslim male. do you think there would be an assumption about his fear if he wrote something like this to a young jewish college student? do you think he’d be out on bail right now, or never arrested?

        so why not take her at her word? maybe she is a “bad ass jewish lady”. for all we know she fantasizes about walking palestinians around on a leash and whipping them. all we know about her is what she’s told us.

      • ritzl on September 11, 2014, 9:10 pm

        Annie, I believe DD was observing only that that’s the world she lives in. Observing without explicit judgement but with some strong subtext of “pretty f’d up.” That was just my read given the text of her threats.

        I agree that that/her bubble-world rationalizations shouldn’t/can’t be allowed to drive the discussion when the result of allowing them to do so is so deadly for people Halborn-types don’t give a shit about.

        I think “fear” was (is on my part) an assumption to make a point. Again my read was that DD was being dismissive of his own imputed motive for Halborn’s attack (and her bubble-world). That there doesn’t need to be evidence of anything – any old claim will do. That’s the skin of her “somatic” (of the body; I had to look it up) state.

        All these tea leaves aside, I can only imagine the nutso crap you have to wade through on a daily basis. I understand (though never fully because I haven’t lived it) why you’re drilling down on this. You’re right. It’s important and long overdue.

      • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 10:30 pm

        Thanks Annie.

      • annie on September 12, 2014, 4:22 am

        xxx mooser

        Annie, I believe DD was observing only that that’s the world she lives in. Observing without explicit judgement

        ritzl, I believe DD was expressing only what he perceived as the world she lives in. and i believe he was observing, without explicit judgement, based on those perceptions.

        and this really doesn’t have to do w/any “the nutso crap” i may wade through on a daily basis, because anyone who reads the comments is wading in the same pond. it’s just me speaking as an individual. and my point is not at all about david per se, it’s about this meme of jewish fear behind decades of aggression, oppression and ethnic cleansing.

        sure, there’s fear, albeit hardly any of this kind of ‘real time’ fear: http://mondoweiss.net/2014/09/running-haunting-eslam (except in the imagination)

        notice the contrast between dd’s framing:

        out of this sense of threat, wells up her primal instinct to destroy her “enemy,” her smug belief she is doing G-d’s work, and will be forgiven any excesses done in the heat of passion. She’s Piper Chapman pounding away violently at Pennsatucky, her prison enemy, who’s attacked her with a knife (Orange is New Black reference), later shocked to realize she’s even capable of such violence. – See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/2014/09/received-vicious-threats/comment-page-1#comment-709352

        i’m just wondering why there is an assumption she acted “out of this sense of threat”?
        i’m just wondering why there is an assumption she was later “shocked to realize she’s even capable of such violence”?

        why isn’t she part of this other ilk? from dd:

        Netanyahu, Lieberman, and points to their right, all are engaged in demagogic fanning of these flames of fear, and self-righteous mutual goading to ever further acts of hatred and violence. – See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/2014/09/received-vicious-threats/comment-page-1#comment-709400

        maybe she was “engaged in demagogic fanning of these flames of fear, and self-righteous mutual goading to ever further acts of hatred and violence.” did you consider that?

        is it because Halborn is a woman was assume she’s acting out of fear and “later shocked to realize she’s even capable of such violence”?

        let’s try this: “Netanyahu, Lieberman, and points to their right, …out of this sense of threat, wells up” their “primal instinct to destroy their “enemy,” … later shocked to realize their even capable of such violence.”

        would you cut them that much slack? so why cut it for her? conditioning, that’s why. not evidence, that’s for sure. she could be cut from the same cloth. and she never apologized, read it again. she actually characterized her own grotesque communication as “a most delicate” matter.

      • ritzl on September 12, 2014, 2:54 pm

        Halborn’s response WAS made out a sense of entitlement. Same as Galloway’s attacker, same as those JDL thugs in Paris and Rome, same as the GoI. Israel’s behavior is expanding outward.

        All of them should be locked up.

        “I believe DD was expressing only what he perceivedas the world she lives in. and i believe he was observing, without explicit judgement, based on those perceptions.”

        Absolutely agree. The perception is valid, imho, the fear is not, therefore the actions are not (in any event the actions are not valid, fear or no fear, real or imagined).

        “i’m just wondering why there is an assumption she acted “out of this sense of threat”? “

        She was motivated by something. How does one explain psychosis? Schizophrenics are motivated by the voices in their heads. Maybe one of her voices persuaded her she was threatened. (Not being glib.)

        “i’m just wondering why there is an assumption she was later “shocked to realize she’s even capable of such violence”?”

        That part doesn’t appear to be an assumption. She bipolared that one out of the park with her profuse apology.

        “why isn’t she part of this other ilk? “

        I think DD was pointing out that she IS part of that ilk. I think that was the somatic part. The whole Israel mindset of mob racism and anything goes is being exported and embraced.

        “maybe she was “engaged in demagogic fanning of these flames of fear, and self-righteous mutual goading to ever further acts of hatred and violence.” did you consider that?”

        She certainly was, but I don’t think she is an originator of the concept, just an early adopter. More to come as this debate shifts away from Israel. You’re right, it’s a known ploy. At her level, she incites then waits for someone to say “Jew” or “Jewish” and the ADL is right on it as an “incident.” This is why your drill-down here is so important. It shows people that how it works.

        I agree completely with your last paragraph (except for the part about me cutting her some slacks). She should be locked up. The leaders of Israel as well.

        I think you and DD are pointing out the same sense of wrongness. He, obliquely, and you, much more directly. Just my opinion.

        Peace.

    • American on September 11, 2014, 2:58 pm

      New Rule

      The entitlement to claim a ‘Jewish psychological state’ as a defense for crimes, being a asshole or even a dirty mouth has been revoked.

      • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 4:11 pm

        “The entitlement to claim a ‘Jewish psychological state’ as a defense for crimes, being a asshole or even a dirty mouth has been revoked.”

        Well, we will have to wait and see whether a Ziocaine Syndrome defense is offered in the trial of Galloway’s assailant, and if so, how the jury or Judge reacts. Based on evidence, the man may have a good claim of diminished capacity.

        If that proves to be so, the DSM may end up listing it, and it will be covered by health insurance.

      • Don on September 11, 2014, 4:45 pm

        DSM – Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

        Mooser, sometimes you are just too funny.

      • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 5:51 pm

        “sometimes you are just too funny.”

        Funny? But Dad, I’m serious!

      • Mooser on September 15, 2014, 1:56 pm

        “Funny? But Dad, I’m serious!”

        “You are serious, already? That’s great, son. You’re serious, I’ll be Roebuck, we’ll start a store!”

    • annie on September 11, 2014, 5:48 pm

      the psychological state they find themselves in: am I and my community at immediate risk of being killed by people who hate me, hate us for who we are? If so,

      if so, you and your community are delusional. what immediate risk of being killed? no more than any other person in this country. and in israel, jews represent the oppressors, heavily armed. why are we even positing jews are the victims here? i am not claiming their may be some who live in constant fear. within every society there are paranoid sick people. bit as a whole, to claim israel’s actions are a result of their fear is escapism. it completely denies the culpability of the criminal.

      now if you, david, fear for your life say so by all means. if you feel you are at immediate risk of being killed by people who hate you, say so. but speculating this is the case, for your whole community, is denial on a massive scale.

      speculating halborn is a fearful person is wild speculation. she is the predator.

      • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 5:58 pm

        “immediate risk of being killed by people who hate me, hate us for who we are?”

        I’m sorry, Dave, who is that? I mean, who is this “we” I myself, I am part of? Could you describe what distinguishing characteristics this “we” (You might give it a name, too) have which cause people to hate us. Of course, it might not be our fault, so….
        I’d be just as happy, (since we can’t control how other people see us, to a great extent and what they do) if you tell me what these people who hate us for what we are see as the defining Jewish characteristics which make them hate us?

        Make things a lot easier.

      • American on September 11, 2014, 6:59 pm

        According to my snooping this woman lives in Aikin SC. I know Aikin well ,use to go there all the time to look at horses and she’s no more ‘in fear’ of people who hate her in Aikin than I am of being beheaded by ISIS.

      • David Doppler on September 11, 2014, 10:59 pm

        Annie, I’m not excusing her, or the crimes committed, I’m trying to understand how someone could write that awful letter to a young woman of principal, and then turn around and invoke Yom Kippur as how she will wash herself of her sin. I don’t know her and am just speculating, just noodling on this issue. Was it Dostoevsky quoted here recently? who said the line between good and evil cuts right through the heart of everyone. If you face that reality, you have to ask, how is it possible that people do such things, unless they are inherently evil? Having known Southern Whites who participated in oppression of African-Americans, and American Jews who stand up for Israel no matter what, and having lived in Germany in the 70s and known many people there who participated in war time Germany, I’m convinced that people when threatened or led to believe they are threatened will do violent things, and that demagogues use that quality of people to fire up a crowd to do awful things. And almost all of them, in different circumstances, are capable of leading ordinary lives free of such offenses.

        Mandela got to know his jailers, what was in their hearts, and what he found was love of rugby, and fear of being slaughtered by Black Africans rising in violent rebellion. He used the love of rugby against them by turning boycott against South Africa to include international rugby competition, and he used his own dignity, personality and insight to quell that fear. Like many others here on this blog, I’m deeply concerned about the corrupting influence of Israeli oppression, both in Israel and here in the US, and I’m just offering up my thoughts on how to understand the hearts of those who we would change.

      • annie on September 12, 2014, 11:38 am

        thanks so much for clarifying david. and i’m sorry if i left the impression i thought you were not concerned about the corrupting influence of Israeli oppression, for that was not my intent. i value your contributions here. i think i’m just angry at her and her gruesomely offensive action and wasn’t about to let her off the hook. and having heard this fear thing so often (which i am not doubting has validity for many ordinary people) i didn’t think it was applicable ascribing to her. thanks again.

      • Mooser on September 12, 2014, 11:43 am

        “understand the hearts of those who we would change”

        Okay, how long we got? Let’s see, 20 years to reform the entire Israeli society, and then another 20 years until a new generation, except, it might take two. There’s no need to hurry, no need to use anything except persuasion.
        With the added bonus that every time we accord Zionism special allowances (like “change” instead of “accountability”) we simply ring up a couple more validation points on the counters of the Zionist pin-ball machine.

    • seafoid on September 11, 2014, 6:20 pm

      “Not only must the Palestinians be released from their oppression, the Israelis must be released from their fear.” –

      Reform the education system.
      The IDF needs scared citizens to get the pork barrels.

      • David Doppler on September 12, 2014, 2:32 pm

        Replying to Mooser, “how long we got?” it took decades, and then 500,000 lives in the Civil War, to overturn the slaveholders’ establishment. [And I agree your DSM joke is hilarious. “Can I get some health insurance here, the costs of my disorder are getting out of hand.”]

        Replying to seafoid re IDF needing scared citizens, and in anticipation of the coming debate between Schmuley Boteach and Naomi Wolf, see Wolf’s ten steps to accomplish a fascist shift: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2007/apr/24/usa.comment, for a more complete list of what is needed by those who achieve and then hold onto power by creating fear among the body politic.

      • Mooser on September 13, 2014, 11:37 am

        Thanks, David, for telling me how many Palestinians (or simply not-Jews?) you are willing to see sacrificed so Israel can satisfy your ethnocentric dreams.

        So now I know what happens when a person tries to view the I-P situation while still working under the handicap of Zionist ethnocentrism. It’s not pretty.

  5. seafoid on September 11, 2014, 1:28 pm

    Yom Kippur has been extended for an extra 24 hours this year.

    • just on September 11, 2014, 2:18 pm

      lol.

      I don’t really think that Israel nor the US wants to atone for their multitudinous and myriad sins.

    • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 10:35 pm

      “Yom Kippur has been extended for an extra 24 hours this year.”

      Because we deserve more time to beat our breasts and forgive ourselves? We can’t get enough in in the traditionally allotted time, so we get more?

  6. MHughes976 on September 11, 2014, 1:42 pm

    Those who admit to using inflammatory language in public have little right to protest about ‘pouring gasoline on the flames’ by letting everyone know what is going on. They have made it a public matter. They have fanned the flames themselves.

  7. seafoid on September 11, 2014, 1:43 pm

    “We Jews marched for civil rights” but they didn’t cost anything, unlike civil rights in Erez Israel.

    • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 6:01 pm

      “We Jews marched for civil rights”

      I’m not going to use Tonto’s line again, I’ve stolen it to many times. I’d love to know what the Zionist contribution to the American Civil Rights struggle was?

      • Mooser on September 12, 2014, 11:45 am

        “I’d love to know what the Zionist contribution to the American Civil Rights struggle was?”

        That was yesterday. And I was expecting at least 25 replies detailing Ben Gurion’s march with MLK. Guess nobody remembers.

  8. concernedhuman on September 11, 2014, 2:46 pm

    These life threatening Semitic attacks on Megan’s life must be taken seriously and every one behind the threat must be dealt with the law.

    How is that America is becoming unsafe for people expressing themselves?!!

    • Marnie on September 13, 2014, 5:44 am

      There’s a long history of american’s who risked expressing themselves and some lost their lives doing it, but those americans were mostly non-white americans. So, unfortunately, this isn’t anything new. It’s getting coverage, and hopefully that crazy woman will face the consequences of her disgusting actions. “The home of the free” – only works as a song lyric, not much basis in reality. And if only some of your citizens are free, you’re all in chains.

  9. American on September 11, 2014, 2:51 pm

    What is it with this class of people’s love of the slur ‘cunt’……? it always cunt this and cunt that and rape and throat slitting.
    I dont think I’ve ever actually heard anyone call a woman a ‘cunt’…not even in my forays into bad ass southern backwaters.

    • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 4:14 pm

      American, you must learn to allow Zionists the privileges ordinarily associated with a hereditary nobility! After all, the blood which flows in their veins goes all the way back to King Solomon, or at least one of his accountants or lawyers.

    • seafoid on September 11, 2014, 6:47 pm

      Perhaps spend a lot of time listening to Azealia Banks – possibly because their grandparents met her parents on the freedom rides when the Zionists worked so hard for civil rights.

  10. peacenotapartheid on September 11, 2014, 5:28 pm

    I’ll bet the animal rights activists who pour fake blood on themselves don’t receive these kinds of threats and abuse. When the topic is Israel though, it “sparks outrage” and “backlash.” The more over-the-top the reaction, the sillier it starts to sound.

    • seafoid on September 11, 2014, 6:25 pm

      The abuse is very misogynistic too. Appalling language. Hard to believe Zionists are so fond of the gay community when they can come out with such abuse against women.

    • ritzl on September 11, 2014, 6:25 pm

      “The more over-the-top the reaction, the sillier it starts to sound.”

      Another reason to do it.

      • Mooser on September 11, 2014, 10:41 pm

        “The more over-the-top the reaction, the sillier it starts to sound.”

        I’m so mixed up! I thought that because of social antisemitism, American Jews developed an exquisite social perception, and ability to adapt. That kind of over-the-top reaction would be typical of somebody with a great sense of social entitlement, wouldn’t it?
        What a country.

  11. seafoid on September 11, 2014, 6:23 pm

    One of the big selling points of Zionism and the return to Shangri La was that there would be Jewish policemen and Jewish farmers and Jewish traffic wardens all in one Jewish state.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBpYgpF1bqQ

    And now we see Jewish death threats and Jewish psychopaths and it is really so good to see such variety in the community.

    • American on September 11, 2014, 6:51 pm

      @ seafood

      LOL.

    • Mooser on September 15, 2014, 2:05 pm

      “One of the big selling points of Zionism and the return to Shangri La was that there would be Jewish policemen and Jewish farmers and Jewish traffic wardens all in one Jewish state.”

      Funny, I never considered Roth’s “Portnoy’s Complaint” to be a Zionist text.

  12. SQ Debris on September 11, 2014, 6:44 pm

    Ms Marzec has become a psycho magnet. She has also become surrounded by people concerned for her well being and supporting her position. One thing is sure, she has kicked the door open for a long overdue discussion of BDS and complicity with zionist war crimes on our campus. If it wasn’t for the defamation and abuse she’s taking I’d say this is for the good.

  13. traintosiberia on September 11, 2014, 8:21 pm

    ” she will be killed by terrorist or Islamist”
    It seems that the thugs want to hurt her and blame it on someone else. This is not new . Israel uses human shields and blames it on Hamas. The difference is that is so brazen and open that it borders on stupidities .

  14. Clif Brown on September 12, 2014, 2:20 am

    Were I in the local area, I would give Megan Marzec a call and offer to accompany her when she goes out in public. I hope that her friends and others will organize an escort service for her if she wants it. People have to stand together in the face of threats.

    • Mooser on September 15, 2014, 2:09 pm

      ” I hope that her friends and others will organize an escort service for her if she wants it.”

      No, the ADL and some other organizations will be taking care of that.
      Megan will be surrounded by very protective escorts.

      After all, they’ve finally found a Jew in danger on campus! Could their conscience possibly condone leaving her alone and unprotected?

  15. michelle on September 12, 2014, 2:08 pm

    .
    deal with life as best ‘you’ can
    leave judgement to G-d
    who knows all facts hearts and minds
    .
    https://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/2766512-lord-of-the-flies
    .
    G-d Bless
    .

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