And, not so incidentally, more antisemitism.
See this story:
Here’s the Guardian engaging in outright demonization.
See how far you have to read in the article before finding out the facts.
- Japan spends more on lobbying. Articles by the Guardian on that – none.
- Korea spends more on lobbying. Articles by the Guardian on that – none.
- The Securities and Investment lobby spends more than seven times the amount spent on pro Israel lobbying. Articles by the Guardian on that – none.
- The Real Estate industry lobby spends almost four times as the amount spent on pro Israel lobbying. Articles by the Guardian on that – none.
Oh, and I have seen it suggested that the ‘pro-Israel’ amount quoted includes J-Street. Two issues with that. First, it’s by far the biggest contributor. Second, it’s pro-Israel the same way that Abbas is pro peace. In your dreams, pal.
So this hit piece turns an antisemitic tweet into an exercise in bashing Israel.
It ignores the undoubted antisemitism. No excuses. (That bigot didn’t spot antisemitism according to Guardian. She ignited a controversy!) Just ignores it. Then, it leaps out in a not so brave new direction of propaganda spite.
Or, to put it another way, it picks out and unfairly discriminates against the Jewish state.
Guardians of anti-Israel hate.
Guardians of antisemitism.
Guardians of a world view that abhors the existence of the Jewish state.
Somebody break the news: we’re here to stay.