If you’re saying that anti-Semitism still exists and has been expressed on Mondoweiss, surprise! Bigotry is not going away as long as there are humans in this world. I’ve been the object of hatred directed toward my own particular community as well — and by whom particularly? Jews! That’s right! And not so long ago as well. It’s not as though I stand out, and the group I belong to is quite well assimilated, but nonetheless.
Once, for example, while sitting at an outdoor table at a restaurant with some friends, I was accosted by a Jewish woman who said some rather vile things to me, specifically about my ethnic origins, which, in my opinion, are not so obvious, since I am white. But she had me pegged ethnically, and nothing I said, without getting very aggressive, could make her go away. She seriously disliked people of my ethnicity, and she was going to make me realize that, although I was just sitting at a table, talking to some friends, and minding my own business. Finally, the restaurant owner got rid of her — because he saw what was going on.
This was in the U.S., by the way, in a major city. If I had been Jewish, this probably would have made the news.
This is not a unique incident. If you think that bigotry ought to be a thing of the past, I agree with you there, but let’s be realistic, shall we?