Time for the Jews of Britain, Europe and America to Leave?

Tragically, I must agree with everything Melanie Phillips has written in her incisive article posted below..

As preposterous as the accusations against the Jewish people are in the Protocols of the Elders of Zion and as libelous as the charge of deicide is against the Jews that persisted for 2,000 years and as horrific as the Nazi theories of racial supremacy were, they all take a back seat to the doctrine of annihilation against Israel and the Jews as set out in gruesome detail and without embarrassment in the Hamas Charter. More people should read it especially our leaders who, even now, seem to be on a vacation from reality with regard to the genocidal intentions of Hamas. The Hamas Charter is the most unabashed document of hatred ever written.

Now we are living in a time where truth, logic and reason appear to be unknown to this new age of irrational Jew-haters. Instead of sympathizing with and supporting the Jewish people for the genocidal attack of October 7th. these junior jihadis are championing the evil, brutal savages who committed the awful butchery. They are actually waving flags that proudly declare, “Long Live October 7th.” Let that sink in! They are supporting crazed murderers whose cause is built on the wobbly scaffold of historical revision and lies bigger than the planet Jupiter.

The real cause, the real goal, the real undiminished aim of Hamas’ Islamic triumphalism is the establishment of an Islamic caliphate in the Middle East which by definition requires the destruction of Israel and the death of every Jew in sight.

It is simply not possible to accommodate, to tolerate or to live in peace with people who seek this outcome. Talking about peace, no agreement that allows Hamas to survive and its leaders to live should be countenanced for a fraction of a second.

As for the Hamas supporting filth on college campuses and in faculty common rooms, they should be confronted with overwhelming force and cleared out root and branch from our institutions and universities particularly the Ivy League which does not stand alone in this subversion of reason and decency. It has devolved into the endless toilet roll of our educational system and constitutes the keystone in an arch of failure across America.

A singular and shocking lack of moral clarity was ably demonstrated by the presidents of Harvard, MIT and the University of Pennsylvania last January who, testifying before a congressional committee, were unable or, worse still, unwilling to say if calling for the genocide of Jews on their respective campuses constituted a violation of their codes of conduct.

It comes as no surprise, therefore, that this moral confusion and scholastic disgrace bears a significant responsibility for the national disgrace to which we are currently being subjected and will continue to endure until we act against it and reestablish the liberal, democratic ideals enshrined in our guiding light to freedom, the constitution of the United States. This constitution is anathema to the fascist, murdering scum of Hamas and its willing collaborators who infest the U.N., academia, our institutions, our government bureaucracy and our city halls.

If all of this is not bad enough, then consider this: in order to secure his reelection Joe Biden is pandering to the jihadi electorate in places like Michigan and Minnesota. These are people who actively support Hamas, an internationally recognized group of terrorists who committed the murderous obscenities of October 7th. Any politician, any party, any person who seeks the approval of these voters should be objects of public obloquy and derision. They are guilty of a spectacular moral failure and are unfit to live among the rest of us or ever to hold public office.

We must act forcefully before the screams of, “Intifada Now!” become our epitaph.

The looming choice for diaspora Jews

Apart from any dangers, the political choices they face will make for an uncomfortable ride

By: Melanie Phillips, Jun 14, 2024

Vandalism at home of Brooklyn Museum’s Jewish director, with Hamas death threat triangle

Is it time for the Jews of Britain, Europe and America to leave?

This question is increasingly being asked by diaspora Jews reeling from the volcano of antisemitism that erupted with the Palestinian pogrom in southern Israel on October 7 and has continued to spread its lethal effluent over the world.

To Jews in Israel, the answer is obvious. Of course, it’s time for diaspora Jews to leave, they say. How can this even be a question?

It’s certainly impossible to ignore the astonishing scale and nature of the Jew-hatred now manifesting itself across western societies.

This has progressed far beyond the pro-Hamas demonstrations in western cities and on campus that are continuing to spread incitement, intimidation and violence against Jews with minimal pushback from law enforcement, administrators or politicians. Jew-hatred and the campaign to destroy the Jewish state have become mainstream.

In New York this week, the homes of the Jewish director of the Brooklyn Museum and its Jewish board members were vandalised with red paint and graffiti that included inverted red triangles, the symbol by which Hamas marks its intended victims for murder.

Two days earlier, outside an exhibit in Lower Manhattan commemorating the hundreds who were slaughtered at the Supernova music festival during the October 7 atrocities, hundreds of Hamas supporters lit flares and shouted: “Long live the intifada” and “Israel, go to hell”.

On the New York subway, a keffiyeh-masked mob on a train shouted: “Zionists identify yourselves, this is your chance to get out.” When they declared: “OK, no Zionists, we’re good,” there were cheers.

In Britain, an opinion poll revealed that 54 per cent of respondents aged 18 to 24 agreed with the statement: “The State of Israel should not exist.”

When an El Al flight landed at London’s Heathrow Airport, a customs officer who noticed an Israeli flag on a piece of luggage pulled all the passengers from that flight into a room to have their luggage specially scanned. According to the UK Lawyers for Israel, when one of the passengers said: “We are Jewish, why are you doing this to us?” the official replied: “I am a customs officer, and I can do whatever I want.”

In the first three months of this year, French authorities registered 366 antisemitic attacks — a 300 per cent increase over the same period last year, while the number of antisemitic acts recorded in 2023 was quadruple the figure for the year before. In May, Normandy police shot dead a man suspected of attempting to burn down a synagogue in Rouen. In April, a Jewish woman in a Paris suburb was kidnapped, reportedly raped and threatened with murder by an attacker who wanted to “avenge Palestine”.

According to Sammy Ghozlan, president of the National Office for Vigilance against Antisemitism, almost all violent antisemitic acts in France for more than two decades have been committed by Muslims.

Left-wing parties across Europe are increasingly genuflecting to the Muslim agenda. In France, the main left-wing party La France Insoumise is virulently anti-Israel, and its leader, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, calls Hamas a “resistance” movement.

In Britain, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is attempting to balance his pledge to make the party safe for Jews with the vicious anti-Israel feeling rampant among his members and Britain’s Muslim community. His deputy was filmed grovelling to Muslims in her constituency and promising to “recognise a state of Palestine”.

The party’s election manifesto says “Palestinian statehood is the inalienable right of the Palestinian people” and that it is “not in the gift of any neighbour.” It commits Labour to recognising a Palestinian state “as a contribution to a renewed peace process which results in a two-state solution with a safe and secure Israel alongside a viable and sovereign Palestinian state,” which leaves up in the air the question of whether a Labour government would recognise “Palestine” unilaterally or not.

Regardless of such ambiguity, since British Muslims number some four million compared to a mere 280,000 affiliated Jews the idea that a Labour government would resist the increasingly brazen anti-Israel and anti-west Muslim agenda is a fantasy.

All of this obviously strikes a frightening historic nerve. The refusal of the Jews of Europe to realise the Nazi threat until it was too late is burned into Jewish consciousness.

Today’s situation, however, is different. Unlike in Nazi Germany, the antisemitism rampant in the west today isn’t state-sponsored. It is the product instead of an alliance between the hard-left, woolly liberals and the Muslim world. The threat is therefore not limited to a regime based in one specific country. It is instead something more insidious — a war from both inside and outside the west against both the Jews and western civilisation.

The second big difference is that a pushback against the wellspring of all this is now underway in Europe. In last week’s elections to the European Parliament, a variety of “populist,” anti-immigration or “hard-right” parties made record gains.

In Britain, where according to the opinion polls Labour is on course to win the general election on July 4 by a huge majority, a similar revolt is under way. This is spearheaded by Nigel Farage, who galvanised millions of British citizens to vote for Brexit and who stormed back into frontline politics less than two weeks ago as head of the hitherto insignificant Reform Party.

Denouncing the Conservatives for having failed to stop uncontrolled immigration and Islamisation, for having done nothing to combat intimidatory identity politics and for having committed Britain to the ruinous Net Zero green agenda, Farage is poised to pounce in the event of a predicted Tory wipe-out at the election and become leader of a transformed conservative movement.

Although these “populist” parties are all very different from each other, they have one big thing in common. Like Donald Trump in America, they represent an insurgency against an entire political establishment that ignores, scorns or punishes eminently reasonable and indeed necessary concerns over Islamisation and mass immigration, the growth of coerced cultural conformity and the erosion of the rule of law.

Diaspora Jews tend to hold their noses at anything on “the right” because they associate “the right” with antisemitism. They need to wake up fast. While there are certainly troubling increases in neo-fascist groups, the main threat to the Jews today is posed overwhelmingly by left-wingers and Muslims.

Some European “populist” parties are indeed unsavoury. Others are merely authentically conservative. Most support Israel, although some have troubling antisemitic roots.

In other words, this is a mixed picture. And as a result, the pushback against those determined to destroy the west is likely to be messy and complicated.

Whether or not it’s time to uproot is necessarily a personal decision. However, Jews remaining in the diaspora will find themselves having to choose between the devil and the deep-blue sea. Quite apart from any dangers, the political choices they face are likely to make for an uncomfortable ride.

This alarming situation didn’t suddenly burst out of nowhere on October 7. The writing has been on this particular wall for decades. But most diaspora Jews refused to see it.

In America, the majority of Jews have actually signed up for the liberal ideas that are driving anti-Israel hysteria and Jew-hatred. In Britain, most Jews have been too frightened, too craven or too muddled to talk publicly about the threat from Muslim antisemitism and mass immigration.

Of course, diaspora Jews can reasonably point out that, at present, Israel is hardly a safe haven. And unfortunately, there may well be yet more horrors for that beleaguered little country to endure.

But Israel is where everyone knows what they’re fighting for. It’s where there is zero ambiguity about their enemy or its genocidal intention. It’s where the overwhelming majority understand that they are living through another seismic moment in the sacred history of their people. It’s why they know they have no alternative but to win.

That’s why Israel will survive. The same cannot be said for the west.

AUTHOR

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