In the modern age, Jews are usually wary of publicly claiming to be the Chosen People or, rather, the Chosen Race. But if you read their own publications you still occasionally come across this kind of Jewish supremacism. Here we have an example from Jonathan Sacks, former Chief Rabbi of Britain. Israel, in its history and laws, would be God’s witness. It would testify to … Continue reading Jews are Chosen to be the "counter-voice in the conversation of mankind"
Fake “French” philosopher (((Bernard-Henri Lévy))) has a new book coming out called The Genius of Judaism. Jews are not a “chosen people,” Lévy explains, but a “treasure” whose spirit must continue to inform moral thinking and courage today. From the publisher’s blurb, in which BHL is ridiculously described as “Europe’s foremost philosopher”, it sounds like a typical Jewish ethno-activist tome in which we Gentiles are … Continue reading Fake Jewish philosopher tells "antisemites, skin-headed intellectuals" to leave France
Chief Rabbi Mirvis on the Murnaghan show. “Antisemitism is the oldest hatred and nobody has yet succeeded in pinpointing where does it come from and what it is actually all about. You know it’s the biggest problem that we face. However, we need to confront it. Education is the key. And also having the right kind of education, setting the right tone within society, … Continue reading "Nobody has yet succeeded in pinpointing where does it come from and what it is actually all about"
Motivated by what they described as rising anti-Semitism in Europe, members of a Congressional bipartisan task force introduced legislation Friday that aims to increase Washington’s monitoring of anti-Jewish incidents and the steps taken by European governments to combat them. While much of the nation’s focus was trained on Hurricane Matthew smashing into the southeastern seaboard, Democratic representatives Nita Lowey, Steve Israel, Eliot Engel and Ted … Continue reading US Congress introduces legislation to monitor antisemitism … in Europe
Source: England and Germany, The Guardian, Jul 7, 1907 This is the first use of the word antisemitism in the archives of the Guardian newspaper. Below you can see the first 9 uses of the word in the Guardian archives. As you can see, it was scarcely used at all until the post-WW2 era. Continue reading Antisemitism in Germany is dead, the Jews are on top
Over the weekend, there were lots of articles about the fabricated antisemitism scandal in Labour, none of them acknowledging its utterly synthetic nature. On the political talk-shows every guest was expected to make a ritual denunciation of antisemitism. And they all did. Disease metaphors were to be found in abundance. On the Andrew Marr show, leftie Owen Jones used the phrase “the cancer of antisemitism” … Continue reading Nick Cohen stares at the darkness
Talking about the anti-Corbyn coup attempt being mounted by the Jews, Diane Abbott accurately describes it as a “smear campaign”. She proves her cluelessness later on, however, by claiming that antisemitism “started in the 19th century with the Tsarist pogroms”. As I’ve previously pointed out, there were no “Tsarist pogroms”. There is no evidence whatsoever that the Russian Tsars organised, encouraged, connived in or in … Continue reading Diane Abbott thinks antisemitism started in the 19th century with the "Tsarist pogroms"