This Joker looks more pathetic than evil, and the preview provided social media with the one thing it will not tolerate: moral ambiguity. The film, released this weekend, centers on Arthur Fleck, a semi-employed clown who lives with his mother.
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After years of failing to break into comedy, he finally gets a measure of public validation when he confronts some Wall Street types on the subway. His ensuing taste of celebrity encourages him to channel his frustration into violence and become the criminal clown we know today. This makes him look like an element of society we associate with senseless violence in real life: lonely, male and emotionally stunted.
Seems pertinent. Seems dangerous. What critics like Jeffery seem to fear is that Arthur Fleck, in addition to being a sad sack, is also the kind of person we imagine would be very excited about the Joker movie in real life.
The article reported that a group of Jewish and Israeli scholars had signed a letter to the Bundestag opposing the anti-BDS resolution on the grounds that it is historically and factually wrong to equate BDS with anti-Semitism. When Der Spiegel investigated the Bundestag resolution in July and reported that it had been passed following intense lobbying by the pro-Israel groups ValuesInitiative and the Middle East Peace Forum, the magazine, too, was called out by German Jewish leaders for being anti-Semitic.
In the United States, anxiety over BDS is just as palpable and extends to any perceived slight against the Jewish people. By the start of the summer, 27 individual states had already adopted anti-BDS legislation or executive orders. She was accused of denigrating the Holocaust and, by extension, the sensitivities of the Jewish people.
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In response, hundreds of scholars — many of whom have direct ties to the museum — wrote a letter protesting the statement. As a Jewish American, a historian of the Jewish people and the Holocaust and a signatory to the scholarly letters sent in both Germany and the US as well as a similar letter to the Czech parliament , I have observed with alarm the ways in which the BDS movement is mischaracterized and demonized.
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Second — and no less distressing — is that the anxiety over BDS ignores the much more pernicious threat from white supremacists against Jews and other ethnic and religious minority groups in both Germany and the US. In the worst days of the violence between Israel and Palestinians living in the occupied West Bank and Gaza, there was tremendous hand-wringing among liberals in the West who wanted to support the Palestinian cause but who could not abide the targeting of Israeli civilians in terrorist attacks.
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