Tag Archives: Britain

Antisemitism update: the good, the bad and the ugly

Antisemitism is the illness that never goes away and like a virus, it mutates and morphs with the times into whatever is the acceptable “hatred of the day”. Once upon a time it was purely religious, later it was “scientific” … Continue reading

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Britain suspends £25 million in aid to the Palestinians because PA funnels cash to terrorists

Some very good news to start the week, brought to us initially by The Sun and followed afterwards by all the other media: Britain suspends its aid payments to the Palestinians following claims that the aid money is funnelled to … Continue reading

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Labour’s boycotted security firm boycotts Labour back

It’s not easy getting back into blogging again after our short holiday in the Galilee, especially with the constant surfeit of bad news.  But a useful way to ease myself back in is by indulging in yet more schadenfreude at … Continue reading

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The Labour Party destroys itself through its anti-Israel obsession and antisemitism

The British Labour Party has descended from mild eccentricity to vicious antisemitism in a relatively short time.  As we have seen in backwards Middle East and other totalitarian societies, hatred of the Jews damages not only the Jews but the … Continue reading

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Guest Post: The view from the UK – it could be worse

This is another guest post by frequent contributor Brian Goldfarb.  After the Brexit vote, and against the background of continuing Labour antisemitism scandals, I asked him if he could bring us “the view from over there”, particularly from the viewpoint of … Continue reading

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Brexit Indeed! They’re out!

After a nail-biting sleepless night, the results are in – and Britain is out! By a slim majority of 52-48% the British public voted to leave the EU. Following this result, David Cameron announced his resignation, to take place in … Continue reading

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