That's because those who call me "anti-Semite" don't understand the term/definition.
Actually, I'm very grateful to Jews for the opportunities they have provided me during my working years. My first job after college was at Florsheim Shoe Company, and they promoted me to Audit Manager after working as a Field Auditor for 3.5 years. After Florsheim, I worked at several more companies, and at two companies, I had Jewish bosses who treated me very well.
I have visited Israel two times since then, and love their country and people. Both times, we had excellent local guides.
Where Zionists are clueless is that I advocate for the equal treatment of all peoples, races, gender, sexual orientation, minorities, and all humans.
Their ignorance doesn't bother me.