When the apportioning of blame is so clearly paradoxical it makes sense to ask who is controlling the narrative.
The UK is one of the least anti-Semitic countries in Europe. Anti-Semitic crime amounts to only 1.4% of all faith- and race-related hate crime. Yet, among the policy changes recommended in this report is a broadening of the definition of anti-Semitism. Those who may wish to be critical of the Israeli Government, particularly with respect to the Palestinian issue, are likely to feel inhibited if not silenced by this new definition of anti-Semitism. This report can only be seen as a cynical attempt to inhibit freedom of speech and political debate.
The exciting thing about Churchill’s plays is that one is constantly confronted by new ways of constructing meaning.
The evidence of rising xenophobic tendencies in the UK should not be lightly dismissed.
Especially for an American, It’s a terrible thing to do. Indulgently I break the ultimate taboo. I Failed to… Read more I Am Failed