BY PAUL NEWALL When I was a little boy I had to ask my Dad what a Jew was. We were stood in a grotty bingo parlour on Blackpool sea front. My mum as always was feeding money into the coin operated bingo machines and my dad and I were keeping ourselves occupied on slot machines and filling up on candy floss. I heard the … Continue reading Why Antisemitism?
BY JAMIE FOSTER Labour moderates seem to be considering a deal with Corbynites in order to prevent Brexit. Despite having been savagely attacked over years, the moderates are so concerned about Brexit that they might be prepared to halt their attacks on Corbyn and play down the antisemitism that is rife in the party if Corbyn will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit plan. Leading Remainer … Continue reading Embrace Antisemitism to Remain?
BY JAMIE FOSTER Jewish MPs and delegates to the Labour conference next month will be offered bodyguards to protect them from harassment and intimidation by left wingers. The Jewish Labour Movement is said to have had talks with the Community Security Trust, a charity that provides security to Jews targeted with antisemitism. MPs who have been targeted in the past for speaking up against antisemitism … Continue reading Corbyn’s Inescapable Shame
BY JOHN ISMAEL The auto response of Corbynites is to “kill the messenger”. It’s programmed into their psyche. For years the hard left has been attacking Tories and others who provide fact-based evidence that they do not like. It’s far easier to dismiss the bearer of bad news as a crank than to face unpleasant facts. It should therefore be no surprise that the antisemitism … Continue reading Just Kill the Messenger
BY JOHN ISMAEL Over 200 people rallied outside parliament yesterday evening to label Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party “institutionally anti-Semitic”. The protest was called by the Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA). It came a day after Labour MP Margaret Hodge – smeared as right wing by Corbynites – called Corbyn “A fucking anti-Semite and a racist.” Speakers attacked Corbyn in front of two banners emblazoned … Continue reading Embarrassing Britain
BY JOHN ISMAEL Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party has a serious antisemitism problem. That is a fact. Its bigots’ widespread hatred of Israel, its loathing of religion – and yet its Muslim block votes – make the political party’s antisemitism problem one that will not go away, save for mass expulsions of Momentum members and Corbynites on the far left of the party. So, what do … Continue reading Smear Bingo
CSM EDITORIAL Let’s all put politics aside for one moment. Too often genuine problems get brushed aside as political smears and are permitted to fester and grow. One such problem today is Antisemitism. This plea from Joe Glasman, the Campaign Against Antisemitism’s Head of Political Investigations, is a must-watch for all Brits. Instead of all Brits celebrating our ancestors’ brilliant achievements in liberating concentration camps in … Continue reading To Be Silent is to Condone
BY BEN PENSANT Pop Quiz: Who harassed a marginalised WOC (Woman of Colour) for supporting someone who believes Jews want to turn black men gay? Who smeared PM Corbyn as an anti-Semite just because he was a member of an anti-Semitic Facebook group? Who accused the Dear Leader of being a Putin stooge before sneakily making him appear more Russian by digitally altering his iconic … Continue reading Ziodegradable
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN Antisemitism, particularly in Britain in 2018, is inexcusable. Everyone on these islands has ready access – unlike any generations before us – to online video material of primary sources from the Holocaust; footage of concentration camps, hideous Nazi experiments on Jewish babies and first-hand testimony from guards and prisoners, showing the danger of antisemitism taken to its extreme. Basing antisemitism on the … Continue reading Antisemitism in 2018? Embarrassing