Subsequently, veteran British Nationalist, Martin Webster, was moved to write to The Telegraph's editor as follows:
Anybody who did not know any different would think from your 30th December report ('British anti-Semitism reaches ‘record’ levels') that the Community Security Trust, which you described as 'the charity that monitors anti-Semitism in Britain' is some kind of impartial information source such as the Meteorological Office.
It is in fact a political 'security' organisation formed in 1996 at the initiative of the Board of Deputies of British Jews (also 'a charity') which describes itself as 'The Representative Body of British Jewry.'
Among the the Board’s stated objectives is to '... advance Israel’s security, welfare and standing.' The CST echoes that objective.
The CST’s figures on 'anti-Semitism' are padded-out with reports of school-childrens’ name-calling and other such trivia. The English had to put up with a lot worse from the Scots during the course of the recent Scottish independence referendum.
Israel-supporting organisations such as the Board of Deputies and the CST inflate reports about 'anti-Semitism' as a way of trying to counteract the growing sense of revulsion for Israel following its genocidal blitz on Palestinian civilians in Gaza and its ethnic cleansing of Palestinians on the West Bank, activities which are supported by 90% of British Jewry.
This Zionist public relations campaign to drown the voices of critics of Israel by a co-ordinated chorus of 'anti-Semitism!' allegations was manifested by Danny Cohen, boss of BBC TV, in an interview with Israel’s Channel 2 TV in Jerusalem earlier this month. He said: 'I’ve never felt so uncomfortable being a Jew in the UK as I’ve felt in the last 12 months. And it’s made me think....is it our long-term home?'
If Israel and Zionist-Jewry in Britain want a cessation of bad things being said about them, then they must stop doing, or supporting, monstrous things.
Yours faithfully,The editor acknowledged receipt of the above thus:
"The Editor wishes to acknowledge your e-mail with thanks."As yet, Martin's letter has not been published.
Which should surprise no one.