Anti-semitism is not only the longest known form of hatred in the history of humanity. It is the only form of hatred that is truly global.

In her film, “Unmasked Judeophobia, The Threat to Civilization,” Gloria Greenfield contends that the 1975 UN Resolution equating Zionism with racism served as the global debut of a new, sophisticated, virulent, and lethal strain of anti-Semitism. The new anti-Semitism portrays the collective body of Jews, Israelis, and Zionists as the evil power in the world and the Jewish state’s existence as the source of the world’s ills. And yet, in an era when human rights is considered by many to be the universal secular religion, there is general silence on the subject.

The Wilkinson Public Library screens “Unmasked” Wednesday, August 1, 5:30 p.m  for a pre-show reception. The screening begins promptly at 6 p.m. Gloria Greenfield will be in attendance to answers questions.

“Unmasked” puts the facts on the table. In Europe, synagogues have been burned, rabbis have been abused in the streets, Jewish children have been physically attacked and murdered on the way to school and inside schools, and Jewish cemeteries have been desecrated. In Canada, Jewish students were attacked on York campus. In the U.S., Jewish students fear for their safety on UC Irvine and UC Santa Clara campuses.  In 2012, Israel Apartheid Week programs were held in two dozen U.S. cities and on college campuses (Florida Atlantic University, Bard College, Florida State University, Columbia University). And former U.S. President Jimmy Carter wrote a book “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid,” comparing Israel to South Africa.

Eli Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor who has dedicated his life to fighting antisemitism, opens the film with the following:

“Since 1945 I was not as afraid as I am now. I’m afraid because anti-Semitism that I thought belonged to the past, somehow survived. I was convinced in ’45 that anti-Semitism had died with its Jewish victims at Auschwitz and Treblinka, but I see, no, the Jews perished but anti-Semitism in some parts of the world is flourishing.”

The film covers statements by the Iranian President Ahmadinejad saying that Israel must be wiped off the map, and reactions to his comments worldwide. On this issue, Greenfield cites a comment from the film by Alvin H. Rosenfeld, the director of the Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism in Indiana, who says:
“One of the lessons of the Holocaust is that we have to be literalists. When we hear somebody say, ‘Kill the Jews,’ we have to realize, they probably mean it.”
”Unmasked” is not only educational, it is also a call to wake up, to stand up and be counted because indifference or neutrality is no longer an option.

Greenfield brings over 30 years of strategic planning, marketing, and management experience to her current work dedicated to the strengthening of Jewish identity and Jewish peoplehood.

Click the “play” button to listen to my interview with Gloria Greenfield.

1 Comment
  • Pat Chapman
    Posted at 13:48h, 14 December

    Just watched Gloria Greenfield’s interview on Revelation TV. I am horrified to discover it is so widespread and the truth is not generally out there. I am looking forward to watching ‘Unmasked Judeo phobia’