Socrates was compelled to drink hemlock by the municipal fathers of Athens. What was Socrates convicted of by democratic vote? Not believing in the municipal deities and disparaging democracy. I would have been convicted of the very same thing. You're in your seventies and your family is being lethally threatened by the municipal authorities, would you drink the hemlock too? It really sucked to be Socrates in Athens.
Justice consists of getting what you deserve, not receiving what you want.
Antisemitism in politics is the practical equivalent of a dead canary in a coal mine, I can't say this often enough. Antisemitism is bad enough, but it's also a symptom of a deeper political problem.
Anyone who believes that Human Life is in any way evil is an Enemy of
the Human Race. And anyone who believes that Human Life is evil is
capable of doing anything, including mass murder. They're in practical
terms vermin fit only for extermination. And I personally favor one
round in the back of the head in the old Soviet style.
(And by that I mean execution as an exercise of state power. There was one time that one socialist piece of shit who read this blog had willfully misinterpreted a call for governmental action and accused me of being a lone stalker and called me, "the embodiment of all evil on Earth." Never mind the fact that the practitioners of the accuser's ideology had snuffed out no less than 100 million Human lives.)