Monday, December 24, 2018

Women's March leader claims she was kicked out of group for being Jewish as rift becomes so deep that TWO rival protests are to take place on the SAME day next month in New York

A former leader of the Women's March has claimed that she was kicked out of the group because she is Jewish.
Vanessa Wruble, from Brooklyn, left and formed her own group called March On, which is set to hold a protest on the same day as Women's March next month on January 19.
Wruble claims that she confided in the Women's March group that it was her Jewish heritage that inspired her to try to help repair the world.
She alleged that she was told by fellow leaders Tamika Mallory, a black gun control activist, and Carmen Perez, a Latina criminal justice reform activist, that Jews needed to confront their own role in racism before they kicked her out.
The activist told the New York Times that one of the group insisted that centering a Jewish woman at the heart of the campaign may deter other groups such as Black Lives Matter from supporting the movement.     
Wruble's new progressive group states a strong message against anti-Semitism while the Women's March will focus their protest on women of colour this year. 

Mallory and Perez denied the allegations to The Times.
Mallory said in the statement issued to the outlet: 'Since that conversation, we've all learned a lot about how while white Jews, as white people, uphold white supremacy, all Jews are targeted by it.'  
Bob Bland, Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez and Tamika D. Mallory who apparently told Wruble to leave the group attended the BET Social Awards (pictured in February 2018)
Bob Bland, Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez and Tamika D. Mallory who apparently told Wruble to leave the group attended the BET Social Awards (pictured in February 2018)
Mallory admitted during the statement that she said she did not trust white women, 'they are not trustworthy she said.
She added that Wruble allegedly used to gossip about other women in the group rather than speaking her mind. 
Mallory said: 'Every single one of us has heard things that offended us. We still do the work.'
However they added that they believe white women are untrustworthy, while claiming that
They condemned anti-Semitism and said that although the role of Jewish women were initially discussed during their first meeting, it had nothing to do with Wruble's departure from the group.  
The national chapter of Women's March has come under question recently due to its ties with the Nation of Islam's leader Louis Farrakhan, due to his anti-Semitic comments.  
Mallory, who is now co-president of the Women's March group, has been criticized for her attendance at an event held by Farrakhan.
During the event Mallory uploaded an image of herself with the leader and captioned the picture 'the GOAT', which stands for greatest of all time, on social media.
These anti-Semitic accusations have left some women reconsidering their allegiance to the group. Some have announced that they will not attend the Women's March protest next month.   
Teresa Shook, who created the first Facebook suggesting the idea of a march, has since called for the group's leaders, including Mallory and Perez to resign.  
Race issues have often been at the forefront of the group, which was initially supported to work for all races, as Black and Latina women lamented the fact that white women were organizing a march without them. 
During Wruble's first meeting with Mallory and Perez she claimed they educated her on the 'darker side' of Jewish history, which left her feeling shocked.
She said that she researched her own history and researched the role the Jews had in the slave trade, and read a review suggesting that Jews were especially at fault.
However Wruble added that she tried to move on from the discussion because she wanted to work with them and plan the march, but claimed she often felt left out.  
Wruble claimed that Perez informed her that the Nation of Islam would be providing the security for the upcoming march, and Wruble informed her this would leave the march open to criticism.
She added that Perez also congregated a group of activists, however Wruble soon noticed the group did not include any Jewish women.  
During an interview Perez denied that the Nation of Islam were hired as security and that they asked her to leave because she is Jewish. 

1 comment:

Frum but normal said...

stupid idiotic self hating leftist Jews,don't realize that the fascist and Nazis of today are the so called progressives and liberals