Former NBA player Stephen Jackson slammed Barkley for his remarks, stating "I know what I said, so keep my name out of your mouth. However you feel, I honestly don't give a f**k."
Who would have imagined that some 70 years after the Greenberg-Robinson exchange, it would be an African-American athlete who would call out his own community on prejudice against Jews?
This announcement was made during a Zoom video call between Jackson and Holocaust survivor Edward Mosberg, who held the call dressed in his concentration camp attire.
“Do you know who the Rothschilds are? They control all the banks, they own all the banks,” Jackson said.
Lurie’s production company Play/Action announced Thursday that it had completed production of “The Meaning of Hitler,” the company’s first film, Dateline reported.
“DeSean and I spoke for awhile last night,” Edelman tweeted Friday. “We’re making plans to use our experiences to educate one another and grow together. Stay tuned.”
Edelman was responding to recent posts by Jackson attributed to Adolf Hitler, which Jackson later removed and apologized for.
The invitation was posted on Twitter by From The Depths, an organization that seeks to protect the memory of the Holocaust, of which Mosberg is honorary chairman.