Senior BBC news reporter Orla Guerin has found herself in hot water of an increasingly familiar kind. During a report on preparations for the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp, she made a brief reference to Israel and an even briefer reference to the Palestinians. Her reporting coincided with Israel hosting world leaders last week at Yad Vashem, its Holocaust remembrance centre in Jerusalem. More
The zionist/israeli world is in trouble: their criminality (often in league with the US) drives them to ‘reverse charges’ with the new brands of manufactured bogus antisemitism. Various groups in the US and the UK are vulnerable to such empty charges of antisemitism, but only in the field of public opinion controlled by the hidden jewish lobbies, etc…etc…
Outsiders don’t have to submit to this and should try to relieve politicians from their captivity by a jewish chauvinism that tokens in the end the collapse the judaic legacies, next to, one should note, the parallel collapse of the xtian version…
The crux of Labour’s antisemitism controversy is the bruhaha over its grudging acceptance of the flawed International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of “antisemitism”. The media’s coverage of this controversy was framed by 2 assumptions: that under Corbyn antisemitism in Labour had become “institutionalized”, and that Corbyn and his associates had failed to counter this.
The degree of antisemitism blackmail in the aggressive tactics of the Jewish lobby spring ultimately from the growing weakness of Israel and the need to push their tactics to extremes: anything less will slide inexorably into broad public exposure to the horrific legacy of Zionism. It is useful here to cite the rising documentation of Zionist psychopathy: the public doesn’t read books but the chance that they might drives the band of lobbies to hidden desperation: in reality the jig is up….
The Blairite MPs have been trying to oust Corbyn any way they can. First through a failed re-run of the leadership contest and then by assisting the corporate media – which is equally opposed to Corbyn – in smearing him variously as a shambles, a misogynist, a sympathiser with terrorists, a Russian asset, and finally as an “enabler” of anti-semitism.
This is an important and useful article but it fails to really get at the history here which can’t be resolved by leftists in a muddle over bolshevism. A work such as Grand Deceptions, towards the end goes into the suppressed history of this question and is debatably itself a diatribe on ‘Judeo-Bolshevism’. But the left can’t simply igrnore the facts here. Continue reading “The Return of “Judeo-Bolshevism””
The women’s movement has my heartfelt support but after three years the gesture seems to be repetitious for a movement in which I never felt either welcome or any impulse to participate in. Now that a radical platfrom has begun to emerge the whole game has to expand beyond women’s issues to a general movement that brings in men and one would hope real radicals.
Continue reading “Turning the Women’s March Into a Mass Movement Was Never Going to Be Simple | The Nation”
The behavior of these Zionists is outrageous and the Woman’s March should stand up to them aggressively of suffer discredit. This is ‘antisemitism blackmail’
Charges of antisemitism based on support for Palestinians is grotesque.
The exposes of Zionism are starting to accelerate and the reality is shocking with a history of criminality, false flagging, genocide and nuclear terrorism, the list is long. The Women’s movement should disown Zionism completely as a gangster mafia.
One can still supports Israel’s right to exist without the gross compromise with Zionist gangsters (who are now charge with planting mini-nukes at the 9/11 sites).
Cf. Grand Deceptions: Zionist Intrigue in the 20th and 21st Centuries
A host of interconnected Zionist advocacy groups has launched an all-out assault on the annual Women’s March.
Continue reading “standing up to zionist gangsters…//Pro-Israel groups are trying to split the Women’s March with a ‘Zioness’ alternative”
The US Department of Education recently adopted a new definition of anti-Semitism, one that equates any criticism of Israel with a hatred of Jews. Watching how Temple University leaders failed to defend Professor Marc Lamont Hill when the pro-Zionist right went after him, I wonder: Will Columbia University stand up for the academic freedom of its faculty when these same forces recruit the Department of Education to accuse Columbia’s instructors of anti-Semitism because we teach and write critically about the policies of the Israeli government?