Thursday, 17 March 2016


I wrote last year about how Jews had been pushing a definition of antisemitism that was extremely favourable to their ethnic agenda, significantly misrepresenting its origins and credibility. This was what is often billed as the "EU's working definition of antisemitism". It begins by defining antisemitism extremely abstractly, then fills the abstraction out with examples which are virtually all-encompassing. Crucially, these examples include criticism of Israel. Read the article here (link) if you haven't already or need to refresh your memory.

If you've watched any of the Republican presidential debates, you will have noticed, when discussing foreign policy, that the candidates (even Trump) compete with one another to be as basely subservient as possible to Israel's interests. So it should come as no surprise to see the American government now pitching in in favour of the "working defintion" fraud.
The US encouraged European governments to adopt a working definition of anti-Semitism while condemning the conflation of Diaspora Jewry with the State of Israel, during an international forum in Berlin this week. 
Speaking at the third Inter-Parliamentary Coalition for Combating Anti-Semitism in Berlin on Tuesday, State Department Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Ira Forman welcomed the European Commission’s recent move to appoint its first coordinator on combating anti-Semitism and called upon individual member states to follow the continental body’s example. 
Explaining that anti-Semitism is “evolving into new, contemporary forms of hatred, racism, and political, social, and cultural discrimination against Jews,” Forman lamented that “one virulent aspect is... conflating Jewish communities with Israel, using criticism of Israel as a pretext for anti-Semitism.” 
Citing several occasions in which apparently anti-Semitic incidents were downplayed as being merely anti-Israel, including the scrawling of swastikas in Sweden and the firebombing of a synagogue in Germany, Forman said that it is vital to “define anti-Semitism clearly to more effectively combat it.” 
While the issue in indeed complex, Forman stated, there is a line between criticism of Israeli policy and questioning the state’s right to exist. As such, he continued, the United States “encourage[ s] European governments to adopt a working definition of anti-Semitism, ideally one which would include a section on how anti-Semitism relates to Israel, to improve the safety and well-being of Jewish communities in Europe.” 
In 2013 the EU’s Agency for Fundamental Rights dropped a definition of anti-Semitism from its website, eliciting harsh criticism from Israel and Jewish communities worldwide.
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1 comments:


  1. Los historiadores e investigadores de la Historia ( documentada ) saben perfectamente de éstas cosas.

    Hay un error técnico, promocionado por el Loby judío, sionista, para la palabra : semita.

    Semita no es exclusivo del pueblo judío, por tanto es una contradicción y además una preferencia, interesada, exclusiva para un grupo u identidad.

    Sabemos, de igual forma, que el poder de la Famosa Propaganda ( término para la promoción del pueblo judío en todo tipo de aspectos de la Historia reciente en los últimos siglos mayormente ) ha perdido toda la credibilidad y su poder.

    El afán de protagonismo no puede perdurar siempre si es basado en mentiras o embaucamiento de la verdad.

    En realidad quien gobierna en el mundo son dos familias judías, o mejor dicho sionistas, con sus clubes elitistas. Los políticos occidentales son meras marionetas, tanto U.S.A. al igual que la Unión Europea.

    Valiente exposición, y certera noticia, Diversity.

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