Jew Hatred Gains Parliamentary Support

by Brad Nelson   10/17/14

Hal G.P. Colebatch writes in The American Spectator in his article “England and Shame: The Hamas Vote”:

The recent vote, 274-12 by British MPs to recognize the Hamas regime in Palestine (with 450 or so spineless abstentions, including that of its mega-spineless Prime Minister) is different. It is a cause not only for disgust, but for unutterable shame. The closest I can come to describing it is that it is akin to the feeling that would be aroused if a loved and admired elder relative were to be publicly found out in some appalling crime involving obscenity and treason — for this is treason to everything that is fine and noble in the spirit of England.

Make no mistake: for at least some of the movers of the resolution it was not about the rights of the Palestinians: it was about Jew-hatred. Consider the statement of Richard Ottoway, chair of the foreign affairs select committee, that despite having been “a friend of Israel long before I became a Tory,” its recent policies had “outraged me more than anything else in my political life’” Not much pretense there that the vote was prompted by hopes that it would somehow contribute (Who knows how?) to a peaceful, two-state solution. No suggestion that by its rocket-attacks on cities Hamas had forced Israel to retaliate.

And then there were the degenerates of ISIS and the televised beheadings of the innocent and the machine-gunning of helpless prisoners, forced to dig there own graves. The girls carried off in hundreds to sexual slavery. Yes, I know Hamas and ISIS are not exactly the same, but they are connected, and the beheadings and machine-gunnings are a pretty clear sign of what Israel could expect if the Islamic fanatics and perverts somehow gained the upper hand.

And to see the catastrophe the flower of our yute are preparing for themselves, they have also taken part in Jew hatred:

The British Union of University Students, incidentally, has also just passed a resolution not to condemn ISIS, lest this be taken for Islamophobia. This is the action of people not merely mistaken but somehow biologically deficient, like apologists for, or deniers of, the Holocaust.

Hamas has shown its savage ruthlessness by its general use of its own people as human shields. Its charter calls for the extermination of the Jews and it has never shown interest in a peace treaty.

This, like ISIS, is sheer evil, undisguised, like Nazism or Stalinism, the inveterate foe of what Churchill, at the time of the Battle of Britain, called “Christian civilization.“

Particularly regarding these students, you get a full whiff of the rotten odor of what passes today for “nice” or “sensitive.” Colebath also looks on the bright side:

Perhaps the one potentially good thing to have come out of this disgusting business is that it has shown Israel and its many English friends in and outside Parliament, how deeply the anti-Semitic (or whatever you wish to call them ) tentacles have penetrated into public life, and highlighted the need for a really determined pushback.

Maybe we conservatives should start an “awareness” campaign and get NFL players to wear the Star of David on their uniforms. Hey, come to think of it, perhaps that’s not a bad idea.

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3 Responses to Jew Hatred Gains Parliamentary Support

  1. Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

    A yellow star would look much better than a pink ribbon.

    • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

      And at least Jews in the Middle East (and elsewhere) are actual victims, compared to homosexuals whose biggest grievance seems to be that someone won’t bake them a cake. Pansies. (Although I guess that would be implied anyway.)

    • Timothy Lane says:

      I was going to suggest that! It was the color the Nazis used, which makes it the most appropriate color as a reminder of where anti-Semitism leads. I wonder how many of the American equivalents have visited the Holocaust Museum to say “Never again” — even as they do their best to enable a new one.

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