“Intactivists” – the term Left-wing radicals who want to ban circumcision in San Francisco call themselves – exposed their antisemitc heart in the latest round of their campaign material.
Come November, San Francisco voters will decide whether or not circumcision will remain a legal medical practice when they vote on the “MGM Bill,” promoted by homosexual activist Lloyd Schofield. While the legality of such a measure, were it to pass, is highly questionable, one thing that isn’t is how this bill exposes the radical Left’s antisemitic nature.
Schofield’s organization has produced a campaign comic book promoting the anti-circumcision cause. The comic, titled “Foreskin Man,” is just chock full of antisemitic imagery and characters.
The comic’s villain is “Monster Mohel,” about whom readers are told that
“[n]othing excites Monster Mohel more than cutting into the penile flesh of an eight-day-old infant boy.”
This garbage could have been pulled right out of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion:
And maybe it’s just me, but the comic’s “hero” bears a striking resemblance to that “Master Race” promoted by a certain European government back in the 1930s and 40s:
But this anti-circumcision bill, according to its promoters, has nothing to do with the religious orientation of some San Franciscans. Riiiiight. You be the judge.