It’s almost like disagreeing with literally anything the media says leads directly to anti-Semitism.
I wonder how that works?
A surge in Covid-19 conspiracy theories risks boosting antisemitism, hate crime campaigners have warned after the opening of an exhibition shedding light on interwar British fascism and its parallels today.
The Wiener Holocaust Library in London is staging the exhibition – focusing on the motivations and propaganda of British fascists and their European peers in the 1920s and 30s – out of concern about the recent growth of far-right ideas and populism in the UK and abroad.
Rare photographs including one of a woman on the streets of London wielding a union flag with a swastika at its heart are featured in the exhibition.
“We want – want quite consciously – to get people thinking about the parallels between the past and the present, as well as the differences,” said Dr Barbara Warnock, co-curator of the exhibition.
She said a copy of Action, the newspaper of Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists (BUF), carrying the headline The Return of Manhood, had similarities to the misogyny increasingly weaponised by the far right today. The newspaper’s front page also carries the Britain First motto – a fascist slogan that is also the name of a far-right group that last month had its application to register as political party approved by the Electoral Commission.
“Thousand attend a Blackshirts rally to hear Oswald Mosley speak at Olympia Stadium, London, in June 1934.”
Parallels can also be drawn between antisemitic conspiracy theories about Covid-19 and the development of vaccines, and pamphlets blaming “Jewish financiers” for the first world war or suggesting they would gain from the second world war.
David Rich, the director of policy at the Community Security Trust (CST), a charity providing security for the Jewish community, said the pandemic had resulted in people with antisemitic views taking central roles in the campaign against Covid vaccines and public health measures.
If you’re a millennial or older, then when you were a kid, you were told to “think for yourself.”
Usually, after being told to “think for yourself,” you were led to question the ideas of your parents, such as various Christian values.
However, you were nonetheless told to think for yourself.
They’re now telling you to stop thinking for yourself, and going so far as to claim that independent thought and critical thinking are a danger to society.
What’s amazing is how fluid everything is, and how it just all flows, like a river, in the direction that the Jews want to take us.
Nothing about anything that is happening on planet earth can be addressed without addressing the Jewish problem. This is why they tell you that everything is “anti-Semitic.”