"Calling out" the Holocaust.
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"This perverse battle of victimhoods, this ugly oneupmanship among the “oppressed”, is especially pronounced on campuses. There, with entirely straight faces, plummy white middle-class girls will tell you they’re victims of misogyny, and privately educated gay students will claim to be part of an oppressed minority. Being a victim is all the rage, and proving you’re more victimised than everyone else is the main game."
"And this is where the “some kind of problem with Jews” comes into play. To the pseudo-oppressed identitarians who run student politics,Jews can’t possibly have a hard time because they’re mainly white and not poor, right? That means they count as oppressors rather than as victims on the infantile and mad scale of Most Damaged Groups drawn up by the posh student brats desperate to feel like victims. And as for the small matter of the Holocaust, the greatest crime in history: well, that will have to be broken down, shared out, turned into something that everyone and everything, even chickens on a factory farm, have experienced at some level."
"It’s the grotesque end result of the cult of victimhood: the chipping away at the uniqueness of the Holocaust because foot-stomping radicals from the Home Counties think its super-unfair that Jews get to have such an act of victimisation and extermination all to themselves."