Friday, 15 January 2016

Note the BBC's summary of "Who was Lord Janner?" contains no mention of the fact that he was one of the world's most prominent Jews: President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Vice-President of the World Jewish Congress and the Jewish Leadership Council, President of the Commonwealth Jewish Council, President of the All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Anti-Semitism, founder of the Holocaust Educational Trust. 


  1. BBC probably worried that some of its viewers might be familiar with the fact that the Babylonian Talmud, which is the core text of Judaism, (not the 'old testament', only the first five chapters of the latter are relevant to judaism as it has been practised for 1500 years) actually condones paedophilia (sex with female children aged three years and one day, and sex with male children under the age of nine, an interesting manner of avoiding the old testament's admonition that 'thou shalt not lie with a man as with a woman', the male child is not regarded as capable of having intercourse, but only of being the accessory to it, and cannot ascribe or 'throw guilt' on to the criminal adult, male or female).

    BTW, Janner might not be dead, other jews who were deemed or convicted of crimes absconded to Israel which refuses to turn them over to other governments for prosecution. Maybe he left for there, and his family conveniently announced his demise, don't expect colluding media to investigate such a possibility.

  2. What can the Bonnier family do for you?

    Angry muslim screams at elders on bus