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In The Company Of Antisemites.

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The annual haranguing at Christmas, or more formally known as the anti-Israeli carol service held in London, has just taken place.

For the usual range of suspects it is opportunity to moan, berate an otherwise complain about the Israelis. I suppose it is the middle class equivalent of football hooligans shouting obscenities at the opposing team.

Now we mustn’t confuse these people with the Far Right. They are probably deeply concerned about all human rights, except obviously the Israelis’.

Certainly, we shouldn’t confuse any of the “anti-Zionists” present with antisemites, that would be unforgivable, and I am sure that some of the carol singers’ best friends are Jewish. There may even be the odd Israeli-hating British Jew amongst them, who knows? Anything is possible.

I am sure they mean well.

But unfortunately, for some inexplicable reason, this carol service of sorts attracts some nasty elements, real genuine Jew hating, antisemites, one of them, ‘John Sullivan’ is pictured in this YouTube clip.

It is really worth a view.

And after viewing it you might want to ponder why the carol service attracts such people, which isn’t really too hard to work out.

Written by modernityblog

02/12/2009 at 21:49

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  1. Eugh.
    The PSC is a dreadful organisation with zero emancipatory content and hatred in spades. My trade union is affiliated to it.


    03/12/2009 at 02:40

  2. Maybe your branch members should see that Youtube clip and realise where it all leads?


    03/12/2009 at 03:55

  3. […] out and out antisemites(they’re usually a combination of all three), a custom has arisen to use the birth of zombie jeebus as a club with which to beat Jews and Israel. These filthy efforts, with their obnoxious attempts to reimpose collective Jewish guilt and to […]

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