Diversity Macht Frei
August 18, 2018
Muslims get upset when people say their religion is violent. Sometimes they get so upset that they blow people up, run them over in vans or otherwise inflict gruesome deaths upon them. All this to prove Islam isn’t violent.
It’s a similar story when you accuse Jews of being disloyal to their country, “their country” in this case being defined as the country they are living in or whose citizenship status they hold. Sometimes they get so upset that they threaten to leave, or do actually leave, the country concerned. Thus proving they are truly loyal.
Mark Lewis, a famed libel and privacy lawyer, is leaving Britain. Worn down by years of anti-Semitic abuse and death threats, he has decided enough is enough.
The 53-year-old plans to begin a new life in Israel with his partner, Mandy Blumenthal, by year’s end. Both were born and raised in England. Both are very ready to leave.
“I just want to get out of here. It’s a massive thing to do but I’ve actually had enough,” Lewis said. “People might dislike me in Israel because of my political views, might think I’m too right-wing or left-wing or whatever, but they are not going to dislike me for being Jewish.”
The couple’s decision comes as accusations of anti-Semitism dog Britain’s main opposition Labour Party and its leader, Jeremy Corbyn. At the same time, incidents of recorded anti-Semitism are near record levels.
Lewis sees Corbyn as a catalyst for anti-Semitism rather than a threat in himself, saying the Labour leader has “moved the rock and it’s the people who are crawling out from underneath it who are the problem.” As a public figure and prominent pro-Israel voice, Lewis is an easy target for abuse on social media.
The current claims of “Anti-Semitism” being made against the Labour party focus on its refusal to adopt unequivocally the “Working Definition of Anti-Semitism“. This definition says that
Accusing Jewish citizens of being more loyal to Israel, or to the alleged priorities of Jews worldwide, than to the interests of their own nations
can be an example of Anti-Semitism.
So, in effect, Jews are threatening to leave Britain unless the goy there agree to never accuse them of being disloyal. This reminds me of a scene in Blazing Saddles.
If the logic of the Jewish position escapes you, you probably have a goyishe kop.