‘Keyboard Warrior’ – How an undercover activist exposed London’s Jew-hating elites – repost from Mishpacha Magazine (journalist Gedalia Guttentag – photo Mendel Photography) Not all he seemed It was a remote place to pick for a high-level strategy meeting. In late 2016, a group of activists made their way to a building on an industrial estate in west London, climbed a staircase to the second … Continue reading How an undercover activist exposed London’s Jew-hating elites
Like most people I have been watching with horror the unfolding events in Ukraine. Unlike many I am not surprised at all. My Zionism is primarily based upon an understanding that the world is a nasty place. Since the 1990s a growing (yet entirely baseless), sense of over confidence has embedded itself in the west. The cold war Soviet threat was replaced with the Islamist … Continue reading Electronic Intifada goes full Putin
Since Amnesty wrote their Apartheid smear report, most of the questions for Amnesty coming from journalists have legitimised Amnesty’s work. This does not mean that the journalists agree with the contents of the report, but merely that the manner in which it has been reported has given Amnesty credit that they clearly do not deserve. It is worth reading how the Times of Israel’s Lazar … Continue reading Where are the real journalists? 15 questions for Amnesty
If you got to page ‘x’ in the new Amnesty ‘Apartheid report to argue about a comment in paragaph ‘y’, that contains a reference to Israel doing ‘z’ – you are already more than half way to losing the argument. This is about the clear big picture, not the distorted little ones – and engaging any accusation that comes from Amnesty is a waste of … Continue reading Beyond Crooked. Meet the Amnesty judges and jury
I will keep this short because there is not much to say. Tomorrow Amnesty International is going to drop a 211-page report on Israel. I’ve seen an embargoed copy – Israel are right to call Amnesty antisemitic. Ngo Monitor have just published a take-down of the report that exposes just how bad it actually is. (EoZ also published pieces exposing some of the lies inside … Continue reading Amnesty – Apartheid? What a pile of…..
There are two parts to this essay: I: Wikipedia Butchers History (see below) II: Wikipedia Promotes Terror (to come later) Evolution of a Wikipedia page For most people, the online encyclopedia Wikipedia is ‘just there’, as a handy tool doling out free information with every click. Many also believe the pervasive myth that ‘anyone can edit it’ – thus wrongly thinking the online encyclopedia is … Continue reading Wikipedia butchers history and promotes terrorism – part 1
What really happened to the million Jews who lived in Arab lands? Unfortunately, so many people spread lies about what happened to those Jews – chiefly as a way of propping up a false Palestinian narrative – that most people have no idea of the truth or the scale of the disaster. They see the lies spreading online, but simply do not have the material … Continue reading What really happened to the million Jews in Arab lands?
This article was originally posted on my blog at the Times of Israel on 6 Dec 2021. Over the last few days we have been witness to two key events involving attacks on Jews that were captured with clear video footage. The first was an attack on a busload of Jewish children in the heart of London’s shopping district, a group that was out celebrating … Continue reading What type of Jews do we want to be?
I am currently locked out of my Twitter account. What did I do? Absolutely nothing. Hadi Nasrallah, a pro-Hezbollah, pro-Assad extremist, falsely reported my account – and Twitter bent over backwards to facilitate him. Currently I am locked out – and unless I delete the tweets that they want me to – which are clearly both in the public interest and do not break any … Continue reading pro-Assad Hadi Nasrallah and Twitter combine forces to take me off Twitter
It might seem absurd to those that do not see what is going on, but the pro-Palestinian movement probably cannot believe its good fortune. They can steal any idea, make any accusation, and global antisemitism will do the rest of the work for them. Because their fight is against the Jews, their empty smears all go viral. What we see in the anti-Israel movement today … Continue reading How the Palestinians stole the suffering, of well – just about everyone
Sally Rooney, I understand from the recent publicity that you are engaged in a boycott of Israel. Let’s be frank, the manner in which the story originally came out was a bit of a mess wasn’t it – because it painted you as someone who was boycotting Hebrew, rather than just Israel. Following this initial negative publicity, I am certain that the key players of … Continue reading An open letter to Sally Rooney – on the boycott of Israel
Radicalisation is defined as the ‘the action or process of causing someone to adopt radical positions on political or social issues’. Extremists know that they cannot easily enter the mainstream using traditional routes, but Wikipedia, one of the world’s most popular websites, has provided them with a direct voice into every home with online access. Editing Wikipedia, certainly at the high level needed to consistently … Continue reading Project Wikipedia – meet the antisemitic and terrorist supporting editors
I witness pro-Israeli arguments online every day – and one of the things that always depresses me is when I see those defending Israel get stuck down pointless rabbit holes. Anti-Israel activists are only interested in the present ‘what’ – as in ‘the prisoner’, ‘the checkpoint’, ‘the wall’ – and they do this because this is where they are comfortable. These propagandists deliberately avoid the … Continue reading Pillars and Myths – destroying the false narrative of the 1948 Nakba
It has been a long, difficult and so far unsuccessful fight by Jewish students at the University of Bristol. Professor David Miller has spent much of the last two decades mapping conspiracy theories about ‘Zionist’ power, dressing them as academia – and then teaching them to students. Since serious complaints about him surfaced, he then turned his conspiratorial mind towards the Jewish students themselves – … Continue reading The University of Bristol submits to the Islamists world vision
I doubt many have heard of Safiyya Shaikh. She was a Muslim convert who plotted to blow up London’s St Paul’s Cathedral and then kill herself in a suicide attack somewhere nearby on the London Underground. Fortunately, the intelligence services got to her first The BBC news reports at the time tended to focus on a ‘drug addict’ element, which like the ‘mental illness’ excuse … Continue reading Teaching to hate – UK Islamist extremism grows in confidence