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Track: 5 AM
Artist: Kazumi Totaka
Album: Animal Crossing: City Folk

5 AM -Animal Crossing: City Folk


If you’ve cut a negative person from your life, whether they were abusive or just someone who wasn’t a positive influence on you, at NO POINT in your healing are you required to let that person BACK into your life.

Your healing should never be contingent on you bringing people who have harmed you back into your space. Your healing does not require you to give these people a second chance to harm you.









Planned protest outside Cambridge Synagogue to “encourage” local Jews to take a stance on Gaza

To target Diaspora Jews with this, as if they have ANYTHING to do with Israeli policy, is an inherently antisemitic act. Diaspora Jews have nothing to do with anything Israel does, because they are not citizens of Israel, do not live in Israel, and do not vote in Israel, any more than any other citizen of any other country does.

It doesn’t matter if no one there shouts slurs, or has any “questionable” signs, the fact that they are specifically targeting JEWS with this action shows they cannot distinguish between policies of a country, and an ethnoreligious minority.

This is the kind of shit that makes Jews worldwide feel targeted and unsafe. And it’s because we are being targeted. 

"Our visible silence points to guilt, forgiving, and forgetting" - no, it points to your deliberate targeting of an ethnic minority based on the fact that they share ethnic ties to a country they don’t actually have anything to do with.

This is shitty activism.

Would they do this to a church? Nope! No, antizionism =/= antisemitism, but you cannot complain about Jews stating that line is blurred, if not outright crossed, with a lot of activism, when you purposely target Jews and put pressure on them that you would not with a gentile. 

And don’t think I didn’t notice that it was scheduled right before the synagogue would have likely scheduled its evening shabbat services, so that y’all can target the maximum amount of Jews.  

just wow.

outside a fucking cynagogue.
im disgusted

They cancelled it

It never should have been planned in the first place.

Look at this tripe — “Janet Walker, one of the organisers, said: “Michael has agreed to cancel the vigil - it wasn’t meant to be a protest really - more of an encouragement to engage in discussion.

“We took into consideration all the comments and the possibility that it could be misunderstood (certainly that!) and that it could be hijacked.” “

There is no way to “misinterpret” or “hijack” a protest outside a fucking SYNAGOGUE. I don’t see how they can put out a bald-faced lie that it wasn’t a protest when Cahn’s own wording calls it just that.


So, let’s see.  What would have happened if this had gone through?

From the perspective of the Cambridge Jews, they’re in the midst of maariv on Shabbos in their shul.  They’re davening—praying.  They’re expecting to finish, chat, socialize for a little bit, head home for Shabbos dinner. Then someone notices that there is a horde of goyim outside.  Looking.  Staring.  Watching.  

That someone probably gets very scared, because this sort of scene historically means that there is a high chance that there will be flames and screaming where he is standing in the next few minutes.  He nudges his neighbor and points.  The neighbor, more focused on his davening, ignores him at first, and then looks out, and pales, the same thoughts going through his head.  And so it spreads, a wave of fear, a bunch of goyim showing up outside a Jewish house of worship to condemn them for the crime of being Jewish.  Where will it stop this time?  Harsh glares?  Shouts of “Kill the Jews!”?  Thrown rocks?  Molotov cocktails?  Someone tries the door, and is secretly relieved to realize that they aren’t barricaded in.  

Someone gets up the courage to go outside and confront the silent mob, and asks why they’re there.  Maybe he gets a decent answer.  Maybe not.  But let’s say he’s told “Justice for Gaza!”  He recoils, realizing that he, and his entire congregation, are being held responsible for Netanyahu’s military escapades, showing why it is a chilul Hashem of the highest order.  Maybe he argues.  Maybe he’s wise and doesn’t, and walks back inside.  

The news spreads through the congregation in whispers and dark murmers.  They thought that they were Englishmen, good citizens of the UK.  But now they’re being told that they’re not.  That, as a fact of their Jewishness, they have been cast out from their own community, forced to identify as Israeli regardless of their actual feelings on the topic.  Some comment that they should make Aliyah and go to Israel, as they are patently not welcome here.  Others are angry and resentful at their fellow Jews in Israel for putting them in this situation, but know that they will continue to be singled out as Other, as not-us, as, well, Jewish, even if they were to break with the community.  And they won’t.  These are their people, afterall.  Others wonder what the protesters are expecting?  They’re British, not Israeli, afterall.  Maybe they’ve visited Yerushalayim in the past, but their home is here.  They don’t have any influence in Israel, so what, exactly, are they supposed to do?  Others are frightened.  Young children ask their parents why there are people outside, and they’re varying told, “Because Israel did bad things and they blame us for it,” “Because we’re Jewish and they’re taking an excuse to make us leave,” or even “Because we’re here, and the people that they want to punish aren’t, so they’re taking it out on us.”  

Maariv, thus disrupted, eventually ends.  The people inside mill around in knots, frightened and worried.  Eventually, some slink out, trying to get home.  Many refuse to speak with the protesters out of fear, but the protestors just see arrogance, not honest fear.  Others confront the protestors and, when pressed, say that of course they stand with Israel—not because they agree with Israel’s actions, but because the protesters have made it abundantly clear that Israel is the one place on the planet where a Jew can live their life without harrassment.  But they don’t explain that to the protesters, or maybe they try to, but the protesters ignore it, because it doesn’t fit their expectations or their narrative.  

Thus, at the end, the Jews walk away, frightened, feeling as if they just barely dodged another pogrom, or angry at having been singled out and forced to choose sides.  The goyim also leave, feeling grimly vindicated in their misaimed protest, because it confirmed their existing biases.

And thus, the cycle repeats itself.



did you know that the cast and crew of the movie Jaws became horrified at the results of their movie? fucking horrified at the mass hysteria they had caused

not only that, peter benchley regretted writing the original novel right up until his death, and spent his final years trying to raise awareness and reverse the impact jaws had on people’s perception of sharks, which his wife continues today

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oh it’s okay i’ve finished all the yugioh series (except for arc v, it’s still running) but thank you for asking!


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i have a lot of fandoms and stuff blacklisted because i haven’t seen a lot yet so i don’t want any spoilers

my blacklist is so long it had to be split into four parts i just felt like posting it haha (things scribbled in black are names) 

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they’re such morons

i know antisemitism is still a huge problem and i’d like to reblog stuff about it to keep people aware but i just dont see a lot of it on my dash?? idk why

people think antisemitism isn’t a problem anymore since the holocaust ended and it’s still here and it still hurts people (they have police cars and stuff and security officers with guns outside whenever there is a special service in the synogogue i go to because of a shooting there. it’s not uncommon for school shooters in jewish communities, the south is the most hostile i think) but people see it as just a religion thing and that it can’t be that bad. a lot of antisemitic acts of violence are also covered up too (people making lies, kind of like with ferguson police spouting bullshit) and there’s so much misconceptions and misunderstandings it really hurts. there isn’t a lot of awareness because from my experiences there has never been a lot of awareness because it’s all blocked out by the media.

short story short if you run a social justice blog and i’ve never seen stuff about antisemitism on there once (or reblog antisemitic posts) i don’t feel very safe around you lmao