Last Updated on March 19, 2024

X censored a post from this reporter, which directly quoted Zionist Rabbi Michael Barclay in his recent discussion with Candace Owens, with the platform’s censors claiming that directly quoting the Zionist justification for slaughtering Palestinian civilians is a form of “hateful conduct.”

Barclay quoted from socialist former Israeli Prime Minister Gold Meir, who’s often referred to as “Israel’s Matriarch” and who had quite the justification for the mass murder of Palestinian children, using the old “you made me do it” excuse.

“We will never forgive them for MAKING US KILL THEIR CHILDREN,” says the quote from Golda Meir, which was employed by Barclay during his Candace Owens Podcast appearance.

Remarkably, while this phrase and others like it are regularly used to justify the mass killing of Palestinian civilians, including thousands of children, when it was posted on the platform as a direct quote, it was censored, with X locking down interactions with the post and declaring it “hateful conduct.”

“Visibility limited,” a filter placed over the post reads.

“this Post may violate X’s rules against Hateful Conduct.”

X Censors 'Hateful Conduct'
The censors at X say that directly quoting Zionist justification for the mass murder of civilians is a form of ‘hateful conduct’

As mentioned, the censorship from X came just hours after Rabbi Michael Barclay joined Candace Owens on her podcast program, where she’s been making massive waves in the media space by questioning Jewish and Zionist influence over American culture and foreign policy, specifically as it relates to America’s relationship with Israel amid its ongoing war in Gaza.

As a reward for doing so, Candace Owens has become a frequent target of Jewish supremacists and others who’ve called for her to be silenced and have lamented her as an “antisemite” for her opposition to the killing of Palestinian kids.

During her interview with Barclay, the Rabbi insisted that opposing such actions, which are called war crimes when committed by virtually any country but Israel, is “antisemitic bigotry.”

As National File reported on the day of the interview:

“Do you think it is sad when an innocent Palestinian child dies?” Owens asked.

“Candace, I cry every day, and it’s not just for Israel,” Barclay replied. “And this is one of the things you clearly don’t understand…I cry for what’s going on in Israel. I cry just as much for what we are forced to do,” he went on, before quoting former Israeli Prime Minister and socialist Golda Meir.

“Golda Meir had a great quote,” said Barclay. “She said ‘One day we may be able to forgive them for killing Israeli children. We will never be able to forgive them for making us kill their children’.”

“So what about my statement of saying that I also cry for Palestinian children is wrong to you?” Owens asked, adding that the Rabbi apparently “also admit[s] it is sad when Palestinian children die.”

“It’s painful,” Barclay replied. “But it is not, in any way, shape, or form morally equivalent to October 7th. That is the antisemitic bigotry!”

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