Never Again! (Some Restrictions May Apply)
There are certain “firsts” we all remember from youth. Our first kiss. Our first car. Our first time being chased off a college campus by an angry mob of Jews shouting, “Never again!”
Okay, that last one may be unique to me.
See, that’s what happened when I was invited by a student group to speak at UCLA in January 1992. After I was pummeled on stage in front of news cameras, a furious mob of about 200 students, Chabad members, and Jewish activists began chanting, “Never again! Never again!” as I fled like Don Knotts with a hotfoot.
So I take that “never again” crap rather personally. In theory, it’s supposed to be the mating call of the Holocaust-averse Jew, a defiant declaration that we Jews will never again be mistreated and abused as we were under Hitler. And last week the never-againers were in quite a tizzy over a new Holocaust survey sponsored by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, an organization that purports to seek “a small measure of justice for Jewish victims of Nazi persecution” (to clarify, the Conference defines “small” as “massive, disproportionate, and unending”). And what a survey it was! Apparently, mo
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