|The Chief Rabbi, Sir Jonathan Sacks has been quoted as saying,|
"there have been times, the first in my memory, when it has been uncomfortable to be a Jew in Britain".Which of course has been taken by some quarters (mainly American right wingers) that Britain is comparable to 30's Germany. What amazes me that they are so skilled at picking a quote like this but ignore the overall message of his speech. For instance, is it any wonder that they failed to report this quote?
We must not over-react. Not every criticism of Israel, nor every infelicitous remark by someone in public life, is anti-Semitic in intent, even if we find them offensive and unfair."Perhaps someone should tell certain posters at LGF, Jihadwatch and a certain poster over at Discarded Lies. But when certain people consider the following fair and balanced.
Well, you filthy Euronazi scum, you will either live in dhimmi slavery forever, or be nuked out of existence by the lowly Joooooooooooooooooos!Is there any hope? Of course there is. Fortunately they're in the minority. Like their equivalent bigots and hotheads in the marxist, islamist, environmentalist, anarchist and fascist camps. When people like this talk of reality they also speak about mass murder, torture and revenge fantasies as everyday occurances. When these people talk about reality, you really have to ask if they even understand the word.
Enjoy your future, you filthy scumbag animals.