AT PRESS CONFERENCE YESTERDAY, STEPHEN MILLER BORROWED TERM FROM SOVIET ANTI-SEMITISM

In yesterday’s news conference, Stephen Miller, an adviser to President Donald Trump accused CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta of having a “cosmopolitan bias”.

“Cosmopolitanism” is the antithesis of America First and nationalism, it has its roots from Joseph Stalin’s rule of the USSR.

Following the USSR’s victory over Nazi Germany, the Soviet Dictator was agitating for a crackdown against Jews. He referred to Jews as “rootless cosmopolitans“, a nationalist epithet.

It was part of a years-long campaigned aimed at writers, theater critics, scientists and others who were connected with “bourgeois Western influences.” Not so incidentally, many of these “cosmopolitans” were Jewish, and official Soviet propaganda for a time devoted significant energy into “unmasking” the Jewish identities of writers who published under pseudonyms.”

While both Stephen Bannon and Stephen Miller claim not to be anti-Semites, during the campaign, their use of terms of like globalists, cosmopolitan and elites were interspersed with photos of prominent Jews in the final Trump election advertisement.

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