Tag Archives: Britain

The twisted mind of Jackie Walker

Far left antisemitic Labour activist Jackie Walker is at it again – if she ever stopped at all. She has now written a play, “The Lynching”, modestly starring herself in two roles: the “speaking part” in which she plays herself … Continue reading

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Antisemitism updates

It never gets old does it? Antisemitism, sometimes overt and sometimes disguised as “only” anti-Zionism or anti-Israelism, is still prevalent in certain quarters and never quite goes away. The latest incidents – to name just a very few – occurred … Continue reading

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The Al-Quds Day rally and pro-Israel counter-protest

Despite the protests and petitions, the hateful, hate-inspired and hate-preaching Al Quds Day rally took place in London as planned.  But it did not go unmet. The British Jewish community held a strong counter-protest with some excellent speeches, and then … Continue reading

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The British elections – what went wrong?

Almost right up to election day most of us were feeling pretty blasé about the British elections. Theresa May was sure to get in with an even larger majority than she had before. After all, who would vote for that … Continue reading

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Another terror attack in London

Another vicious terror attack took place in London last night. Once again it was a vehicle-ramming: a van driven by 3 men plowed into pedestrians on London Bridge, killing 6 innocent people. When the van crashed the men got out … Continue reading

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The Camel Corps rides again

Britain’s Foreign Office came about its moniker honestly. Since the days of T.E. Lawrence, aka Lawrence of Arabia, it has held a romantic, idealized view of the Arabian way of life and a fondness for Arab culture. This view has … Continue reading

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