Oppose the politics of hatred

22 Apr 2010 by CST

As reported in this week's Jewish Chronicle, CST is one of more than 50 organisations, from inside and outside the Jewish community, to sign the following statement regarding the current election campaign:

With the approach of the General Election we are all too aware of those political forces who would seek to divide our country by promoting ideologies of racism and prejudice. We are immensely proud of the fundamentally British characteristics of equality, respect and fairness and of British society's uncompromising rejection of the demonisation of any group, whether religious, ethnic or otherwise.

We therefore urge every British citizen to use their vote to support any party of their choice which stands opposed to the destructive politics of hatred, to vote for freedom not fear, partnerships not prejudice, and hope not hate.


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