Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Anti-Semitism in the UK is significantly lower than elsewhere. And yet...

On 30 December 2014, the adjacent article was published by The Daily Telegraph.

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 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,

Martin Webster."
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.

The previous day, The Daily Express, whose owner, the top shelf pornographer, Richard Desmond, is Jewish himself, commented thus: 

"Ministers will today unleash a tough new crackdown to combat rising anti-Semitism in Britain following a surge of sickening attacks against the Jewish community. Writing in the Daily Express, Communities Secretary Eric Pickles today, warns that the 'dark forces' of anti-Semitism have returned following an upsurge of anti-Semitic attacks this year...
In a spate of shameful attacks Jews have been physically assaulted, their cemeteries desecrated, and the walls of their homes daubed with vile and offensive graffiti. One of the attacks saw a brick hurled through the window of the Norwood Charity shop in Southgate, London.
Mr Pickles says that new measures to stamp out anti-Semitism on university campuses will be introduced and pledged that all schoolchildren will be taught about the holocaust.

He also vows to kick anti-Semitism out of football, insisting work is already under way to achieve this, and warns that supermarkets and local councils will be hauled over the coals for 'irresponsible' behaviour.
A new government report published today by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) shows that significant progress has been made in tackling anti-Semitism in communities up and down the country.

Levels of anti-Semitism in the UK are significantly lower than in other Western European countries, the report shows. But Mr Pickles said a sharp increase in the number of anti-Semitic incidents in the Summer meant there was a need for increased vigilance.

He also said the public need to be reassured that those who commit hate crimes will be punished with the full force of the law.

'The irrational hatred of Jews is like cancer,' he writes. 'Once beaten it can come back. It lurks in the shadows, and in 2014 there has been a revolting relapse of this ancient evil. Sadly Britain has not been immune. We share this shame... Anti-Semitism and hate crime are completely incompatible with traditional British values and totally unacceptable in our society'...

The number of reported anti-Semitic incidents in the UK had hit record levels in July, according to the Community Security Trust (CST), a charity set up to protect Britain’s Jewish community. There were 302 incidents, compared to 59 in July 2013. There were a further 241 attacks in August. The charity described the rise in cases as a reaction to the conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza.

The spate of attacks prompted David Cameron to speak out on the issue in parliament. He told MP’s: 'Let me be clear, we must not tolerate this in our country. There can never be any excuse for anti-Semitism, and no disagreements on politics or policy should ever be allowed to justify racism, prejudice or extremism in any form.'

The Government Action on Anti-Semitism report highlights how hate crime has spread to the internet. It also looks at ways Holocaust education and remembrance can be extended and how to address anti-Semitism internationally.

Hate material on the internet has become a disturbing recent development, according to the DCLG...
Vivian Wineman, President at the Board of Deputies of British Jews said: 'Anti-Semitic incidents on both British streets but also online, particularly through social media, struck at the British Jewish community’s sense of well-being and identity... The Board is reassured to see the advances being made to address a number of issues and by the government’s positive attitude generally'."

The British government most assuredly does have a 'positive attitude' to Jewry.

In fact, the whole House of Commons does. More than half of all Westminster's MPs belong to one of the various 'friends of Israel' groupings. This friendship is so profound that Jewish 'walls... daubed with... offensive graffiti' and 'a brick hurled through the window' of a 'Charity shop' elicits a vastly more energetic and concerned reaction from Eric Pickles and David Cameron than the fish-in-a-barrel slaughter wrought upon the Palestinians every two years or so by Westminster's favourite folk.

I checked for some hint of condemnation from Eric Pickles of what took place in Gaza recently. There isn't any. He, like the majority of our parliamentarians, just do not seem to give a damn when atrocities are committed by Israel.

'The irrational hatred of Jews is like cancer,' says Eric. I wonder, is it irrational for a man to hate those who kill his wife and children? Is it irrational for someone to hate those who reduce his house, street and neighbourhood to rubble? Is it irrational to hate those who invade your country intermittently and blockade it all the time? How about hatred for a government that, quite deliberately, imposes a system that has an entire people living on short rations?

As Dov Weisglass, a senior Israeli official, said when Hamas took charge of Gaza (after winning a democratic election)
“The idea is to put the Palestinians on a diet, but not to make them die of hunger.”
How about all of those who aren't Arab or Muslim who happen to sympathise with the predicament of the Palestinians? If they hate the way the Israel behaves towards its neighbour is such hate cancerous?

Or is it entirely reasonable?
Are those who think that the death of 2,100 Palestinians, set against that of 67 Israeli Jews, is indicative of a genocidal mindset, partaking of an 'ancient evil?' Or are they rightly outraged by flagrant bestiality.
The aggressive complacency of Ministers like Pickles in the face of such horror is also just cause, in my opinion, for a deal of righteous outrage.
'Anti-Semitism and hate crime are completely incompatible with traditional British values and totally unacceptable in our society,' says the Secretary of State for Communities without a trace of irony. Palestinians are Semitic and yet he doesn't seem to mind them being routinely murdered en masse by Israel.
Is this ongoing genocide somehow not a 'hate crime?'

You want to know something interesting?

Most of the Jews now living in Israel are not Semitic. They hail from what was once the Khazar kingdom that occupied a swathe of land stretching from Southern Russia, through the Ukraine and Georgia to Azerbaijan.

These are not the Jews of the Bible.

The Palestinians, who have lived in the area since time immemorial, have much more of a moral, historical and religious claim to the land than these.

Am I anti-Semitic for apprising you of such a truth? In the eyes of Zion and those it owns, most certainly. As 'holocaust survivor,' Dr. Hajo Myer says on page 179 of his 2007 book, 'An Ethical Tradition Betrayed: The End of Judaism:'
"An anti-Semite used to be a person who disliked Jews. Now it is a person who Jews dislike."
Anyway, when 'offensive graffiti' causes those you vote for to want to impose even more draconian legislation upon our ability to speak freely and the slaughter of thousands of innocents does not, something is very, very wrong. Especially when 'levels of anti-Semitism in the UK are significantly lower than in other Western European countries.'

If you're one of those who finds it difficult to agree with the above statement, simply because you don't like Muslims, (which, in itself, is understandable in the time of ISIS and the burgeoning Muslim presence in our land) ask yourselves this:

When our little girls were (and still are) being drugged, gang-raped and prostituted in Rotherham, Rochdale, Keighley and elsewhere, did Eric Pickles ever speak out on their behalf?

Did he ever tell the rest of us what was going on? Did he ever display anywhere near as much concern for the huge numbers of English children now known to have been brutalised, for the most part, by foreigners, as he shows here for the Jewish owner of a shop with a broken window?

Did the 'Department for Communities and Local Government' ever say a dickie bird? How many 'Friends of Israel' ever spoke out? How about the Jewish Board of British Deputies and the Community Security Trust, did they warn the rest of us of the horror to which the most vulnerable members of our own community were being regularly subjected?

The casual bestiality inflicted upon our children by the Pakistani paedophile wasn't just ignored, ladies and gentlemen, is was hushed up.

Aggressively so.

It was hushed up by men (and women) like Eric Pickles and David Cameron. It was hushed up by those who, as the alien was playing the paedophile with our little girls up north, were behaving similarly with our little boys in Westminster.

When such desperately corrupt parliamentarians seek to curtail our freedoms on behalf of an arrogant minority that considers itself beyond all criticism, I'd say it's time to vote for someone else.

P.S. What you see below did not come about as a result of ISIS or Palestinian machination. Nor did the Muslim millions now resident in our country force such legislation through. The Jewish Board of Deputies and their associates, however, were instrumental in seeing that these anti-indigenous laws were imposed upon us.

Those we assumed would fight for our interests in parliament put the interests of this destructive alien minority before our own.

They are still doing so.

Publication of this kind of factual information is precisely the kind of thing that those who imagined it would only ever be seen by a few like-minded individuals want curtailed, ladies and gentlemen.

Such people do not want you to know what they once did to you, what they are doing to you still and what they will carrying on doing until they are stopped.

They don't want to stop, you see.

If Cameron, Pickles and 'more than half of all Westminster's MPs' get their way, they won't have to.

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