Not long ago, most Jews considered Israel antisemites’ best friend (here). Now thing have changed drastically. Now, Pope Francis, Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and UK’s Chief Rabbi have all claimed that criticism of Israel or Zionism is an old-fashioned antisemitism.
Since Brits Ron Paul, Jeremy Corbyn assumed the leadership of UK’s opposition Labour party last year – Britain is going through ‘antisemitism crisis’. Personally, I have enjoyed it more than the good-old Charlie Chaplin movies.
On May 9, 2016, UK’s Jewish-controlled media reported the arrest of a 28-year-old American from Coatbridge in North Lanarkshire (Scotland) for training his girlfriend’s dog, and posting online video allegedly showing the dog making Nazi salute (watch below).
The clip allegedly shows a pug sitting in front of a screen showing footage of Adolf Hitler and appearing to make Nazi salutes.
Scottish police officers said the video had been shared online and caused offence and hurt to many ‘Chosen People’ in the community.
DI David Cockburn said: “Posting offensive material online or in any other capacity will not be tolerated and police will act swiftly to tackle hate crimes that are motivated by malice or ill-will because of faith, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability.”
Incidentally, London didn’t lodge protest in 2010, when two members of Israeli Knesset, Aryeh Eldad and Michael Ben-Ari, called David Miliband then UK’s foreign secretary, and the entire British nation as dogs and anti-Semites.
The West that claims to be the champion of the so-called Freedom of Speech, applies it mainly to insult Islam and Christianity. On the other hand, for example, even saying that Benjamin Netanyahu only represents Israeli Jews – and not the 13 million world-wide Jewry, is anti-Semitism in Britain.