Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Tel Aviv Big Enough

For years and years before, during and after the criminal invasion of Iraq, some of us were accused on a daily basis of being anti-Semitic for our opposition to it. From time to time, we still are. It is water of a duck's back to us.

But if more than one quarter of people in Britain are at least to some extent anti-Semitic, and if this is still one of the least anti-Semitic countries in the world, then is well over a quarter of the population of almost any other country infested with Jew-hatred? What is a standard figures? A third? Half? Two thirds? Three quarters? And which countries are we talking about? The Federated States of Micronesia? Where, exactly?

Of course this is rubbish. It is designed to demonise, and to criminalise, any objection to the ongoing attempt on the part of the Embassy of a foreign power to bring down the twice-elected Leader of the Labour Party. That is all. There is absolutely nothing else to any of this. Nothing.

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