Probably the post of the week, Jewish Labour Mole has On looking down, not up.
The subtitle previews the content:
“There is wilfull blindness to the top-down institutional propagation of Labour’s Antisemitism.”
It starts as follows:
I was brought up to beware the following set of circumstances: an economic recession; the emergence of a populist leader with an antisemitic following and the inexorable flow downwards to an increase in antisemitic abuse, violence and murder. That sequence is no fable: it’s history on repeat, and it’s happening now.
It’s true that Antisemitism is a society-wide phenomenon: but it rarely flourishes unless sanctioned by leaders and institutions. The caveat in this classic narrative is that the conditions required for that evil to triumph is that Good Men Do Nothing.
I was given to believe that never again would ‘Good Men Do Nothing’. I was sold a pup.
It’s very worrying that the political scene in the UK seems infused with antisemitism, and it’s getting worse.