The New Antisemitism: How the Left reversed history to bring Judaism under attack

Britain's mainstream media has created a popular anti-Israel/antisemitic racism, while rationalizing jihad within Britain's homeland and around the globe.

In this TV documentary, journalist Richard Littlejohn exposes the antisemitic racism (antithetical to a liberal society) which mainstream British society has fomented and British Jewry has allowed to fester.

Rejected as too non-PC for the BBC, liberal Channel Four also distanced itself before broadcasting gentile journalist, Richard Littlejohn's documentary, exploring anti-racist Britain's racist sentiment (and violence) towards its Jewish citizens-- and its roots in reaction to Britain's Israel-bashing media, its Islamists, and its Islamist-sympathizing far-left. (courtesy Kasper and Checked300 via YouTube).

In Mr. Littlejohn's accompanying article, "The new anti-Semitism: How the Left reversed history to bring Judaism under attack", he writes in the Daily Mail:

"When some people heard I was making the programme, their first reaction was: 'I didn't know you were Jewish.' I'm not, but what's that got to do with the price of gefilte fish? They simply couldn't comprehend why a non-Jew would be in the slightest bit interested in investigating anti-Semitism. If I had been making a film about Islamophobia, no one would have asked me if I was Muslim. The Labour MP John Mann told me that he experienced exactly the same reaction when he instigated a parliamentary inquiry into anti-Semitism. 'As soon as I set it up, the first MP who commented to me said: "Oh, I didn't know you were Jewish, John."' He isn't, either. But the implication was plainly that the very idea of anti-Semitism is the invention of some vast Jewish conspiracy. (Labour MP John) Mann's inquiry reported: 'It is clear that violence, desecration and intimidation directed towards Jews is on the rise. Jews have become more anxious and more vulnerable to attack than at any time for a generation or longer.' That certainly bears out my own findings. After three months filming across Britain, I reached the conclusion: It's open season on the Jews."

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Part 6

One-woman moonbat-wrecker, Daily Mail columnist and Londonistan authoress, Melanie Phillips, tears The Telegraph's Stephen Pile an external hemorrhoid in her scathing criticism of his distortive commentary about the programme.

She is the lone fighter of Israel-history re-writing among the insidious British media. This one woman tries to set-right the mis-truths that Israel's own Communications Department has allowed to fester to become common-knowledge.

"Israel — plus parts of the land which lie beyond its borders — was the nation state of the Jews hundreds of years before the Arabs invaded it.

The Jews were, indeed, the only people for whom Israel was their nation state. The destruction of the Temple by the Romans in 70 AD, marking the exile of the Jews from their own homeland, and the subsequent longing for the return of Jewish peoplehood in Israel are an intrinsic and unbroken part of Jewish religious thinking, prayer and ritual.

A Jewish presence was maintained continuously in pre-Israel Palestine from the time of the exile, with a Jewish majority in Jerusalem for decades before Israel was re-created in 1948. The historic claim of the Jews to their own historic national home was, indeed, fundamental to the Balfour Declaration which committed Britain to re-establishing that national home in Palestine. The British government’s 1922 White Paper on Palestine made the point that Jewish rights in Palestine were not a gift from anyone:

"[I]n order that [Palestine’s Jewish] community should have the best prospect of free development and provide a full opportunity for the Jewish people to display its capacities, it is essential that it should know that it is in Palestine as of right and not on sufferance.

That is the reason why it is necessary that the existence of a Jewish National Home in Palestine should be internationally guaranteed, and that it should be formally recognised to rest upon ancient historic connection.’
[Link: http://www.melaniephillips.com/]

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