The Guardian recently published an article about the Government’s upcoming Boycotts, divestment and sanctions bill. It is a bill that sets out to stop activists damaging community cohesion and subverting the UK’s foreign policy positions, by forcing through local level boycotts. As always the principal target for boycott is the only Jewish state in the world. Supporters of the bill claim that taxpayer funded bodies … Continue reading Muslim Brotherhood? Antisemites? Meet the Guardian’s ‘civil society’.
Many people think that with the election done, the battle is behind us. They use several arguments to rationalise this – chiefly based on the idea that the troublemakers are a small fringe who have been ‘dethroned’. This type of blinkered and naive vision is the same short-sighted, stick-your-head-in-the-sand strategy that allowed for Corbynism to arise in the first place. Even the first wave of … Continue reading Corbynites seek to ignite a race war with the Jews
Whack a mole is a popular game based on a repetitive and futile task. You are faced with numerous holes in the ground and you can never be sure out of which one the mole will appear. Your role is to ‘whack them’ wherever the pesky animals surface. The task is endless. Most of those who are seriously fighting antisemitism understand this concept perfectly. It … Continue reading Catching the antisemites – playing a whack a mole game
Yesterday, on the 4th November 2017, an ‘anti-Balfour’ event took place in London. Intensively plugged for months by every anti-Israel group across the country, this was going to be a demonstration that filled the streets with anti-Israel protestors. In the end, it wasn’t anything of the sort. The PSC Twitter feed absurdly suggested 15,000 marched, yet only 2300-2600 walked passed Hanover Square. There may have … Continue reading British unions supporting antisemitism and radical Islamic hate