Zonder ook maar één concreet voorbeeld te geven beschuldigt de joods-Britse columnist Roger Cohen in The New York Times de hele Labour Party van anti-semitisme. Het is een onderdeel van de campagne in de westerse mainstream-media om kritiek op Israel te demoniseren, nu het politieke beleid van de zelfbenoemde ‘Joodse’ Apartheidsstaat steeds meer fascistoide trekken krijgt.
Jeremy Corbyn’s Anti-Semitic Labour Party
Jew hatred has re-entered the European mainstream. It makes an irrefutable case for the need for a Jewish homeland.
By Roger Cohen
Jeremy Corbyn, Britain’s Labour Party leader, has been accused of being anti-Semitic.CreditAris Oikonomou/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
ImageJeremy Corbyn, Britain’s Labour Party leader, has been accused of being anti-Semitic.CreditCreditAris Oikonomou/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
LONDON — Europe’s gathering Jewish question came into sharp focus this month when a British M.P. declared that she had come to the “sickening conclusion” that one of the country’s two main political parties, Labour, is now “institutionally anti-Semitic.”
Imagine, to gauge the import of this statement, Bernie Sanders suggesting the same thing of the Democrats.
Jew hatred has re-entered the European mainstream through a toxic amalgam of spillover from vilification of Israel, the return of the Jewish plutocrat as hated symbol of the 1 percent, and the resurgence of the Jewish “cosmopolitan” as the target of ascendant nationalists convinced a cabal of Jews runs the world.
The British politician was Luciana Berger, who is Jewish and has been M.P. for Liverpool and Wavertree since 2010. She has watched, with dismay, as Jeremy Corbyn has allowed a demonological view of Israel to foster Jew hatred in the Labour Party since taking over its leadership in 2015.
So, I asked in an interview, is Corbyn an anti-Semite? “Well,” she said, “he’s certainly been responsible for sharing platforms with anti-Semites and saying things that are highly offensive and anti-Semitic.”
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