EXCLUSIVE: Democratic Socialists of America release 'toolkit' to help agitators organize anti-Israel rallies and events

The DSA, which counts among its members Reps Alexandra Ocasio Cortez (D-NY) and Cori Bush (D-MO), regularly links to Socialist and Marxist propaganda.

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Near identical anti-Israel rallies have sprung up in cities and on college campuses across the US, showing a coordinated effort of a larger national organization.

Days after the deadly Hamas massacre of over 1,200 Israelis and the seizing of over 200 hostages on Oct. 7, chapters of the Democratic Socialist of America began organizing rallies in support of Palestinians and even used graphics of Hamas terrorists parachuting into Israel to advertise the events.

The progressive organization was widely condemned, with some Democratic politicians even renouncing their membership in the organization. Some of the chapters apologized for using the graphic but soon went back to organizing and promoting terror.

The organization’s Palestinian Solidarity Working Group released a "tool kit," obtained by The Post Millennial, with the resources to coordinate pro-Hamas rallies coast to coast. These rallies almost always include calls for genocide, vandalism, graffiti, and anti-police rhetoric and never calls for Hamas to surrender or the release of the hostages.

The tool kit features a link to all pro-Palestinian protests run by various organizations worldwide under the logo which also contains the fist symbol of Black Lives Matter.

The toolkit pushes antisemitic talking points about Zionism and encourages members to join antisemitic efforts like the Boycott, Divest, Sanction (BDS) effort which, according to the ADL, “doesn’t seek to create a Palestinian state but rather aims to dismantle the Jewish state and end the right to Jewish national self-determination on any portion of this contested land.”

The DSA, which counts among its members Reps Alexandra Ocasio Cortez (D-NY) and Cori Bush (D-MO), regularly links to Socialist and Marxist propaganda.

The organization “demands” that the US end all aid to Israel. The organization also "demands" the end of “The Zionist project’s current bombardment of Gaza” in response to the Oct. 7 attacks, when Hamas terminated a multi-year ceasefire. They "demand" that Israel “lift the siege on Gaza,” which was done in response to Palestinians electing Hamas as their government and the terrorist organization promptly launching thousands of missiles at Israeli targets.

DSA activists who participate in the pro-Palestinian rallies are told to "mask up," not for COVID-19, but to hide their identities. Many of the recommendations were formed during the BLM/Antifa riots of 2020.

Additionally, the DSA toolkit offers resources for those who are arrested.

The document even links to fundraising groups with ties to terror organizations and assists activists in passing antisemitic legislation. 

The most heinous part of the toolkit glorifies and justifies the Oct. 7 massacre and even advocates for future actions to destroy the Jewish state.

The toolkit had similar themes as the one The Post Millennial previously revealed that was created by the violent pro-terror activist group Within Our Lifetime (WOL), which took credit for the vandalism of the New York Public Library and targeting the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony.

Like WOL, the DSA also provides graphics and templates for actions and links to many antisemitic organizations.
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