Jews ‘Officially’ Remove The Hyphen From ‘Anti-Semitism’ To Gaslight The World That They Are Not A ‘Race’

Following the example of a number of publications that have made the switch in recent months, The New York Times has updated its style guide to replace “anti-Semitism” with “antisemitism,” Jewish Insider has learned, in an effort to gaslight the goyim into thinking that Jews do not see themselves as a race:

The change, which removes the hyphen and lowercases the first S, comes in response to a growing chorus of Jewish activists who have argued that the traditional usage distorts the true meaning of the term. The paper made no public announcement of the switch, which was formally adopted in August, according to Phil Corbett, the associate managing editor for standards at the Times.

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