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Thursday, 5 March 2015

Counterjihad and Anti-Semitism

It never ceases to surprise me how people in the counterjihad movement are so well versed in recognising the epithet "Islamophobe" as the censoring, insurmountable obstacle to open criticism of Islam that it undoubtedly is, but are incapable of seeing "anti-Semite" as, mutatis mutandis, having exactly the same function.

Or maybe there is another possibility: have they been trained only too well by the real movers and shakers of the counterjihad movement?


  1. For me, it depends on the context. If someone alleges that Israel has done something wrong, that isn't 'anti-Semitism' and the misuse of that word in that context is irresponsible. However, I don't know a better word for describing an organisation like the BNP, ISIS or Hezbollah, nor for those people who allege that Zionism is a conspiracy to 'dilute' the purity of the White race.

  2. "Business wise, the Stracci family had a fleet of freight hauling trucks. They also had enough political influence to allow their trucks to travel overloaded, which damaged the highways. However, the Straccis also owned road repair businesses which had exclusive government contracts, leading one business to create work for another."

    Same m.o. in operation with the jihadists and the anti-jihadists. The Italo-American mafia was always subordinate to the Jewish crime syndicate. The Godfather II's character Hyman Roth (Suchowsky) seems to be modeled on Meyer Lansky. On Russian Jewish crime, it's a Jew to spill the beans: