Thursday, 3 December 2009

Anti-Semite from the PSC, another example of Britain's growing Anti-Semitism

A sad example of what is growing in Britain today. Anti-Semitism. Listen to what this idiot member of the PSC has to say about Jews in Britain. The PSC held a ‘Christmas Carol Service’ on 01 December at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church on Tuesday December 1st, starting at 6pm.

The carol concert featured Caryl Churchill, author of the anti-Semitic play Seven Jewish Children, which demonises Israel and suggests that Israeli parents teach their children to hate Arabs. The leader of the Church, Vicar Simon Perry disgracefully buys into the PSCs propaganda as can be seen he also features in this video. A demonstration was held at the Church by Israel supporters. The man John Sullivan and others from the PSC can be plainly seen along with their views. A typical example, of the alliance that exists between leftists and Islamists. I gave further examples of this dangerous alliance and the resulting anti-Semitism here:

http://amodernlibertarian.blogspot.com/2009/01/rally-for-hate-and-were-are-not-all.html

5 comments:

Ted Leddy said...

Paul

I see the anti semitism of the left all the time in Ireland. Its usually a bit more subtle than the guy in this clip but its there alright. I think a good indication is when they start saying that a one state solution is the answer to the Israeli Palestinian conflict. When a British or Irish leftist is taking a more hard line position than moderate Palestinians I think its fair to wonder whether anti semitism is the true motive.

Young Activist said...

It is time to stop reflexively conflating criticism of Israel and antisemitism. This has reached a state of such stupidity that even Israel Jewish critics (or perhaps observers of Israeli behavior, such as Richard Goldstone) are demonized as self-hating Jews. The only people whose interest is served by this know nothing attitude are supporters of Israel who have no other way of rebuking criticism of an atrocious human rights record and neo-Nazis who seek to use that record to serve their own cause. Sixty years ago it was the unsettling alliance between the left and the Jews as they attempted to take over the world, today its the same nonsense only the Jews have been replaced by the Muslims. It should not be difficult to understand. Libertarian leftists (and the term libertarian has been appropriated by those who advocate the opposite of its traditional meaning) are always with the oppressed. It is only their opponents who try to read some sinister ulterior motive into their associations.

Paul said...

'It is time to stop reflexively conflating criticism of Israel and anti-Semitism'.

YA, did you watch the clip? The man singled out Jews in Britain and there was no mention of Israeli policy. Ted, thanks for dropping by for a good example of the leftist/Jihadist alliance you can take Young Activist as a prima facia example.

'Libertarian leftists (and the term libertarian has been appropriated by those who advocate the opposite of its traditional meaning)'
That is not even clever enough to be rude. A Libertarian by instinct favours small government. Left wing libertarianism sounds fair enough but is in itself an oxymoron. For example you want people to be free to practice whatever variation of their sexuality suits them. Only then to insist that the government legislates against criticism of such lifestyles by calling it hate speech. The latter is authoritarianism not libertarianism.

Young Activist said...

I was not able to access Youtube when I posted that comment, so I was not referring to the clip, but rather to your suggestion about the play, which is indicative of the behavior I was commenting on. Curious how such an anti-Semitic horror would be performed by Jewish groups in Canada, anti-Semiticism must be a much more pervasive problem than we previously realized. Exactly what in that play did you find anti-Semetic Paul? I did not see anything even close.
As to your comments about libertarians, this description which you seem to have appropriated for yourself, I never made the statement you attribute to me and you know it. There are many left wing libertarians, the most notable example being Chomsky, if you look at the etymology of the term libertarian its first widespread application was as in 'libertarian socialist'. There are many right wing libertarians too, such as Don here ( http://donemmerich.blogspot.com/), as a general rule they work very closely with leftist libertarians on all issues save economic ones. You, on the other hand, Paul, might be right wing, but you are not a libertarian.
A libertarian would not support the massacre of hundreds of civilians in the Gaza Strip, a libertarian would not be the accolade to established power, a libertarian would not wish to subordinate human rights to advancing the power of their own state, a libertarian would not support a monarchy. Paul, whatever you are, you are not a libretarian.

Paul said...

How come you could access the internet to comment on my blog but yet not watch YouTube? Perhaps your browser is in need of an update or alternatively you shot from the hip; believing I was calling anyone who criticises Israel anti-Semitic instead of criticising the individual in this case. You may well have chosen the latter strategy it could explain how you commented on my posting a video you had not seen.

'As to your comments about libertarians, this description which you seem to have appropriated for yourself, I never made the statement you attribute to me and you know it.'

Yes you did it is here on this webpage under your own name. 'It should not be difficult to understand. Libertarian leftists (and the term libertarian has been appropriated by those who advocate the opposite of its traditional meaning)'. The rest of what you say is a typical example of your bitchiness. Do you want to marry me? Why make yourself sound like some hysterical spouse, clinging to her despised partner like something out of a 1970's sitcom? Your last paragraph is insane, unreferenced, petulant and entirely incorrect.