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10 results for 'anti-semitism'

There is no Future for Jews in England

By Anastasia , published on Feb 5, 2013

Here’s a game for you. I’m going to give you two passages from longer texts and I want you to guess where they came from. Sorry, there are no prizes for the right answer. Anyway, this is the first;

For while the Zionists try to make the rest of the world believe that the national consciousness of the Jew finds its satisfaction in the creation of a Palestinian state, the Jews again slyly dupe the dumb Goyim. It doesn't even enter their heads to build up a Jewish state in Palestine for the purpose of living there; all they want is a central organization for their international world... (more)

Tags: israel, london, palestine, anti-semitism, sunday times, holocaust memorial day

Jews are the World’s Puppet Masters

By Anastasia , published on Nov 18, 2012

...have ever come across a copy of Der Stürmer – literally The Stormer -, the notorious Nazi paper edited by Julius Streicher, later hanged at Nuremberg for crimes against humanity. I have. I looked at copies in London’s Wiener Library when I was an undergraduate, part of a study into anti-Semitism and modern German history.

It’s difficult for me to describe just how repellent it is, how obsessive, how relentless in its hatred and monomania. Each edition carries a vicious anti-Semitic cartoon on the front page, the usual awful Jewish caricatures. This is a publication about ... (more)

Tags: israel, liberalism, anti-semitism, the guardian

The Bitch is in Heat Again

By Anastasia , published on Sep 16, 2012

I’ve been giving serious attention recently to the problem of modern anti-Semitism. In tracing the beast into the heart of the labyrinth I bought The New Anti-Semitism by Phyllis Chessler and Israel and the European Left: Between Solidarity and Delegitimization by Colin Shindler. I’ve yet to read these books, though skimming has given me a ‘feel’ for both. The first is a lively polemic, the second a little more scholarly and detached. Both touch on the new form of the chimera, its latest metamorphosis – that of left-wing Jew hatred.

Actually it’s not new at all. It’s much older... (more)

Tags: israel, socialism, liberalism, book reviews, palestine, anti-semitism, the political left, the six day war

Gay Protocols

By Anastasia , published on Sep 10, 2012

Do you have your copy of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion to hand? If you do, please have a look through, just to refresh your memory over the various techniques the nefarious Jews plan to use on their path to world domination. If you don’t, or if you are unfamiliar with this seminal text, let me act as your guide on the essentials.

It’s all there – religion undermined, morals subverted, race and class hatred promoted, banking and credit as a weapon of economic control, the press as a weapon of psychological control; on and on, until civilization itself is destroyed and those elders... (more)

Tags: israel, iran, homosexuality, conspiracy theory, anti-semitism, protocols of the elders of zion

Hungary is becoming a Cesspit

By Anastasia , published on Jun 29, 2012 are going to be shot there.” The pointer is towards the Danube.

Yes, Jew-hatred is back in central Europe, back in one of the most tragic locations in Jewish history. According to the Federation of Jewish Communities a “wave of hatred” is breaking over the country, with anti-Semitism reaching levels not seen since the fall of communism in 1990. It’s depressingly familiar, with Holocaust memorials and Jewish cemeteries subject to vandalism.

It’s depressingly familiar in other ways too. Hungary, like many of the other nations of the New European Order, is... (more)

Tags: hungary, fascism, anti-semitism, nationalism

Leaves of Grass

By Anastasia , published on May 6, 2012

...on Israeli diplomats. He also plotted the assassination of the Saudi Arabian ambassador in Washington. A nuclear Iran is a threat not just to the existence of Israel but to the security and stability of the whole region.

Grass, beating his tin drum, is the latest symptom of the new anti-Semitism that is haunting Europe. There is a wonderful irony that this doyen of the liberal left has brought something of his former and more atavistic loyalties to bear; that a man whose honour was loyalty is now demanding that the Jewish people disarm themselves in the eye of the greatest threat... (more)

Tags: israel, germany, writers, anti-semitism

The Socialism of Fools

By Anastasia , published on Mar 22, 2012

...because, well, I adore the blond beast! No, there is more to it than that. Livingstone, better known as Red Ken, was a disaster for London in the past; he would be a disaster for London in the future.

Red Ken is a prime example of a relatively new phenomenon, that of left-wing anti-Semitism. Yes, the socialism of fools, to use the phrase once coined by August Bebel, has now infected the Labour Party, yea, even so far as their candidate to lead London. This has seen supposedly ‘progressive’ elements carry out incredible ideological contortions to ally themselves with some ... (more)

Tags: london, anti-semitism, british politics

“The Jews are our Misfortune” – the Ugly Face of Protest

By Anastasia , published on Oct 13, 2011 you think, something possibly lifted from Mein Kampf? Or perhaps it was the delightful Julius Streicher, expressing himself freely in the pages of the equally delightful Der Stürmer?

Yes, they are reasonable guesses…but they are wrong. It was Karl Marx.

We associate anti-Semitism with the political right but actually there is a long history of Jew-hatred on the left, in the past disguised as anti-capitalism, the assumption being that capitalism was a world-wide Jewish phenomenon. You will still find echoes of these sentiments in the anti-globalisation movement, with ... (more)

Tags: anti-semitism, anti-capitalism, wall street protest

The Anti-Israel Demonstration in London

By ranfuchs, published on Sep 25, 2011

“What’s the petition for?” I asked Jane.

“It’s for the children of Gaza. They suffer in the war with Israel …. If you want, you can give donation too.” She guided me around the corner where three English-looking women in their twenties were chatting up some young guys from behind two small tables. Posters were stapled to the front of this makeshift stall. “Support the children of Gaza,” read one. “End the Siege on Gaza,” said another.

A few hundred demonstrators packed the court. Many held banners stained with blood marks for a background: “Stop the genocide in Gaza”,... (more)

Tags: israel, palestine, anti-semitism

A Spectre is Haunting Europe

By Anastasia , published on Sep 22, 2011

...or the Sistine Chapel, or the Forum, or the Baths of Caracalla; no, it was the armed police guard outside the city’s main synagogue.

This was the summer of Schindler’s List, a movie that we had been discussing in school. It was easy to comfort ourselves that the murderous anti-Semitism shown in Spielberg’s movie was a thing of the past, that it could never happen again. That Roman carbinieri opened my mind to a sobering truth: it had never really gone away.

It’s different now. At one time Jew-haters were all fascists. Now one is just as likely to find them on... (more)

Tags: israel, anti-semitism

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