"There is no label more feared by prominent Gentiles than "anti-Semite." To receive this label is to kiss one's career goodbye. Well, sometimes a good old-fashioned, Marlon-Brandoesque retraction might save a career, but not without permanent damage. All politicians, journalists, stock brokers, lawyers, etc., had better know which side their bread is buttered on. Most of them do, which is how they make it to such positions in the first place. Many revisionists, even, preferring to remain apolitical, will simply deny anti-Semitic motives, and move on. This is legitimate, so long as one does not give tacit recognition to the absurd concept in the process. We at the SRRS choose to challenge this hollow accusation head-on.
We have recently discovered Paul Grubach's excellent article "A Critique of the Charge of Anti-Semitism," which perfectly outlines the problems we have with the concept.[...]
Also, the following is a passage from Neil Camberly's John Stuart Mill, Speech Prohibition, and "Neo-Nazism."
"Anti-Semitism" is a word the Jews have developed to describe speech that is critical of Jewry. It is used in almost exactly the same way the word 'scapegoating' is used: to render Jews immune to criticism (continued on the next page).