The more Juif becomes Theresa, the more anti-Semitic becomes Britain
Gilad Atzmon, Feb 2 2017
Today, the Jewish Chronicle reported that the number of anti-Semitic incidents in Britain in 2016 were the highest on record. The CST’s statistics show that there were 1,309 incidents of ‘Jew-hatred’ last year, a 36% increase on the previous 12 months. Of course, the CST is not a reliable source and its ‘anti-Semitism figures’ have been debunked numerous times before. However, if these statistics are accurate, they suggest only that the more the British government invests in fighting anti-Semitism, the more anti-Semitic Britain becomes. This is easy enough to explain. The fight against anti-Semitism is now a profitable industry. Every day, we learn of some new Jewish organisation dedicated to fighting anti-Semitism and to hunt down the Jew-haters, and all at the expense of the British tax-payer. Theresa May vowed recently to allocate more than £13.4m annually to Jewish security matters. And as always in the case of Israel and Zionism, these organisations are financially sustained by the very Jew-hatred they seek to oppose, and when there is no Jew-hatred to be found, they will either induce or even invent some. For instance, we learned in the last few weeks that Stephen Silverman of the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism launched a war against David Icke. The same Stephen Silverman who launched this war also launched a war against Alison Chabloz for expressing her thoughts on Holocaust religion by means of a cabaret performance.
These ugly campaigns against British truth-seekers are unlikely to make UK Jewry popular. Quite the opposite. Both these campaigns immediately backfired. Alison’s work went viral and the campaign against Icke proved only that Icke’s investigation into Rothschild Zionism is not only legitimate, it is actually essential. These campaigns clearly are not going to silence Icke or Chabloz, but they will confirm that Jewish institutions here in Britain do not subscribe to the notion of freedom of thought and elementary human rights. Dave Rich of the CST told the JC:
I think there is an overall climate rather than one specific thing that is responsible for the rise in incidents.
Rich is wrong. There is one crucial factor in the rise in opposition to Jews and their politics: Jewish power has lost all its subtlety. It is now crude and vulgar and manifested right out in the open, whether it is the campaign against Jeremy Corbyn and his Labour party, or the Israeli embassy crudely interfering with British party politics, or the constant hunting of critics of Israel or even the impunity of suspected child-molester Lord Janner, more and more Brits are now reading between the lines. They have had enough. If the British government is really concerned about anti-Semitism, it could eliminate it in no time at all. It must immediately strip Jewish organisations of any special treatment and funds and must stop spending millions on the CST and all the other Jews-only paramilitary organisations operating in the kingdom. We all agree that racism is a bad thing, so let’s fight it in a universal manner rather than following the whims of one particular tribe.