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Academics against Jews – another shameful story

The ultimate purpose of peer review is to maintain integrity and standards in academic research. It is therefore a policing exercise. Academic research that has undergone peer review is considered to be validated and can be published in respected academic journals and spread around as ‘science’.  Wikipedia, other academics, journalists, and students build from these journals safe in the knowledge that the peer review system … Continue reading Academics against Jews – another shameful story

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The Guardian is actively trying to undermine Israel – the Nimbus story

Nimbus is a $1.2 billion dollar project recently awarded to Google and Amazon. The Nimbus contract is about supplying cloud services to the Israeli government. The anti-Israel boycott movement, BDS, is fully aware that the entire tech industry is well outside of its reach. Israel is a world titan of tech and innovation and every single tech monster on the planet wants a piece of … Continue reading The Guardian is actively trying to undermine Israel – the Nimbus story

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Attack my site all you want – you won’t stop the truth being told

For those that don’t know, my website has been under attack again. For much of the last week, I suffered sporadic down-time – until by Thursday the site was taken off-line for almost two days straight. Two years ago, I faced persistent, brute-force, distributed denial of service attacks, and I had to reinforce my website to resist them. This time around, it appears the attack … Continue reading Attack my site all you want – you won’t stop the truth being told

Sally Rooney

An open letter to Sally Rooney – on the boycott of Israel

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

Shame of it

What if… it wasn’t Ireland? The awful truth about the antisemitism report

On Thursday I published an indepth study into antisemitism in Ireland – much of it disguised as anti-Zionist activity. This is Ireland’s shame. These are the facts: The report was based on years of research. The report contains 760 footnotes that provide concrete evidence to support the findings. It exposes Irish politicians who have shared blatant fake news stories. Shows Irish politicians have also like … Continue reading What if… it wasn’t Ireland? The awful truth about the antisemitism report

Antisemitism in Ireland - the report

Antisemitism in Ireland – an exclusive report on anti-Jewish hatred

Today I publish a 202-page report on antisemitism in Ireland. It is the result of several years of intense research that involved 1000s of hours of online swimming in extremist sewers. The examples and findings presented in the report should sicken anyone interested in combatting antisemitism. What makes it even worse is the level of ‘antisemitism denial’ coming from the Irish politicians, academics and activists. … Continue reading Antisemitism in Ireland – an exclusive report on anti-Jewish hatred

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The Labour Party conference (and being thrown out at another JVL event)

I am back down in Brighton for the Labour Party Conference. Credit were it is due – this is a very different conference from the ones I attended when Corbyn was leader. But it is also true that if you scratch the surface there are signs of serious trouble ahead. And as a reminder of how toxic the party can still be – I was … Continue reading The Labour Party conference (and being thrown out at another JVL event)

wIKIPEDIA - edited by antisemites and terrorist supporters

Project Wikipedia – meet the antisemitic and terrorist supporting editors

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

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Pillars and Myths – destroying the false narrative of the 1948 Nakba

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

Teaching to hate

Teaching to hate – UK Islamist extremism grows in confidence

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

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The ethical demise of the Jewish Diaspora left

The electoral defeat of Bibi Netanyahu has done a lot to expose the ethical vacuum in much of the leftist Jewish Diaspora that both obsessed about and despised him. From the day he was no longer Prime Minister, the ground on which this modern ‘pseudo-Zionist’ left stood, simply melted way. Three recent examples spring to mind – the first was when some Jews who call … Continue reading The ethical demise of the Jewish Diaspora left

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The Speakers Corner terror attack – was a knife in British democracy

On 23rd July 1866 the ‘Reform League’ attempted to meet in Hyde Park to demand the extension of the franchise. The Government declared the meeting illegal, closed the park and placed over 1000 police officers at the Marble Arch entrance in an attempt to stop the meeting. The police failed to stop them, the protestors entered the park, and three days of ‘skirmishes’ followed. That … Continue reading The Speakers Corner terror attack – was a knife in British democracy

Alaa Daraghme Hezbollah supporter

Exclusive: Meet Alaa Daraghme – the BBC’s Hezbollah loving Journo

With pro-terrorist supporters and antisemitic conspiracy theorists producing their news, there is something truly rotten at the BBC. Just recently BBC journalist Tala Halawa was fired for having tweeted that ‘Hitler was right’. This latest story built as it was researched, so bear with me – you certainly won’t be disappointed. It started with a tweet from Tom Bateman – a BBC Middle East Correspondent. … Continue reading Exclusive: Meet Alaa Daraghme – the BBC’s Hezbollah loving Journo

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Make no mistake – Wikipedia is at war with the Jews

Larry Sanger, the man who co-founded Wikipedia recently said that ‘nobody should trust Wikipedia.’ Sanger describes the Wikipedia environment – in which conservative voices are stifled or banned and criticism of leftist ideology – where the argument does appear – reads like a defence counsel’s brief. This is damning criticism from a man who would know better than most. But Sanger only gets part of … Continue reading Make no mistake – Wikipedia is at war with the Jews

ESHARP GLASGOW UNIVERSITY ANTISEMITISM

Victory – as Glasgow University apologises for publishing antisemitic article

Last December I ran an exclusive about a deeply antisemitic conspiracy article that was published in the academic esharp magazine at Glasgow University. ‘esharp‘ is an ‘international online journal for postgraduate research’ and Glasgow University is very proud of the outlet. The University website even states that all the post-graduate papers are double-blind peer-reviewed. Having read the paper and researched it thoroughly, I complained that … Continue reading Victory – as Glasgow University apologises for publishing antisemitic article