Anti-Zionist-Not-Antisemite Of The Day: Michael Chikindas

Meet Michael Chikindas.

Professor of the Department of Food Science at Rutgers University, he seems to have a very unhealthy obsession with Israel.

Not surprisingly, it stems from an intense hatred for Jews. But naturally, he will deny it.

As usual, all the evidence you need is in his social media posts, the following of which is but a sample.

Michael, thank you for playing Anti-Zionist-Not-Antisemite. Unfortunately, you lose!

Update: Looks like Michael is on shaky ground at Rutgers. No mention of his antisemitism though..

14 thoughts on “Anti-Zionist-Not-Antisemite Of The Day: Michael Chikindas”

  1. Norman_In_New_York

    I’ll bet that his academic tenured status makes him feel invulnerable to the unemployment insurance line.

  2. Not a single USA soldier has ever fought for Israel, in fact USA abandoned Israel a few critical times. But these Judenhassers have never been known for facts or sense or decency, they just spew the same very old libels they have barfed for years.

    BUT it is now Springtime for Hitler and Muslim B*, and THE ACCEPTANCE AND ENCOURAGEMENT, THE OPEN HOSTILITY OF Islamo-nazism, where these are normal and commonly shared thoughts & ideas has emboldened these other nazis to feel free to speak publicly what they have kept close & hidden for so very long.

    Hate for Jews, hiding behind semantics of Anti-Zionism or ‘criticism of Israel” has not only become socially acceptable but quite fashionable or we would not see post-feminists marching with sharmouta for sharia, or accepting the real rape culture, islam.

    * sing to the tune of Mel Brooks THE PRODUCERS Springtime for Hitler and Germany

  3. Also known as Mikhail L Tchikindas. He’s from Armenia.
    From his CV:
    2008 – present – External Reviewer, Department of Appointments and Promotions, University of Haifa, Israel
    2003 – present – Reviewer for the Chief Scientist of the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture Fund
    1993 – present – Reviewer for the BARD [Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund] (USA – Israel)

  4. How many Rutgers freshmen does it take to change a light bulb? None. They don’t teach that course til junior year.

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