‘Killing America’ Documentary Exposes the Explosion in Antisemitism Post-October 7th

2024-04-11 16:00:24

A new documentary film called ‘Killing America’ examines the massive rise in antisemitism following the October 7th attacks in Israel and is worth your time.

The film focuses on a school district in California’s Bay Area and looks at the focus on DEI and the the rejection of merit-based programs such as advanced placement or ‘AP’ classes. In fact, the central thesis of the film is that the embrace of DEI and social justice in American education has devolved our society into tribes of oppressors vs. oppressed. It suggests that this view is Marxist at its core and that in addition to breeding the antisemitism we have seen on school campuses from students and teachers alike, it is killing the essence of what it means to be an American.

Unsurprisingly, this film was banned by YouTube. The filmmaker, Eli Steele, eventually released it for free on Rumble and Twitter/X.

FOX News reported:

Filmmaker releases ‘Killing America’ after YouTube pulled trailer amid cease and desist

Filmmaker Eli Steele released “Killing America” on all possible platforms to undermine what he believes are efforts to silence his documentary that explores whether an emphasis on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) and other race issues contributed to antisemitism plaguing a California school district.

“If we stand back and do nothing, then we are part of killing America,” Steele told Fox News Digital.

“We really have to stand up and question,” he continued. “Why do we let these people educate our children who are ideologues?”

The 38-minute “Killing America” examines widespread antisemitism in San Francisco-area schools after Hamas attacked Israel on October 7 and whether educational standards being lowered in the name of equity resulted in pushback against Israel and Jewish people. The film notes that racial equity is often prioritized ahead of merit at the schools in question, and honor classes were removed as ethnic studies were added.

But when the film’s trailer featured footage from a Sequoia Union High School District board meeting, Steele was hit with a cease-and-desist letter from a student newspaper of one of the schools in the film, Menlo-Atherton High School’s M-A Chronicle…

“These left-wing activists cannot stand dissent or opposition to the ideological order they seek to impose in our schools as well as our larger society. What you are witnessing here is the weaponization of the copyright law in these ugly culture wars to prevent my film from being shown in its full form. This is nothing less than suppression of free speech, which includes artistic expression and free thought,” Steele posted on X.

Eli Steele posted more about this on Twitter/X:

The “crime” that Killing America commits is telling the truth during these ideological times. Watch the film and you’ll see why extremist ideologues are doing everything in their power to censor the film and why I decided not to play their game and go straight to you, The People.

Lastly, I have made the point to release this film as widely as possible for free because I want the word out. We’ve been too far timid and we’ve allowed ourselves to be intimidated for too long, so please share this film widely.

The movie comes in under 38 minutes and again, this is worth your time. You can watch it on Twitter/X or Rumble below:

Featured image via Rumble video.


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