May 2016 Blog Archive

  • Ken Livingstone's chopped liver

    20 May 2016 by Mark Gardner

    Ken Livingstone is a left-wing anti-Nazi anti-racist former Mayor of London. David Irving is not, but was briefly famous for having lost a Holocaust Denial trial. Livingstone and Irving could never be accused of being natural bedfellows. There are, however, similarities.

  • Far right still flies the flag of hate

    12 May 2016 by Mark Gardner

    When I meet people who need antisemitism explained, I usually begin by showing them three items from the old Jewish defence archives. The first is a National Socialist Movement flyer from 1962. Entitled "Free Britain From Jewish Control", it shows a fat hook-nosed Jew in banker's clothing, wielding a whip, its end shaped like a pound sterling sign. In the grotesque Jew's other hand is a sack of coins. Across his stomach is a watch chain, bearing a Star of David. Licking his feet, begging like dogs, are politicians marked "Labour", "Conservative" and "Lib".  

  • Eyewitness account of the beginning of the liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto

    8 May 2016 by CST

    Yom Hashoah is upon us. As it is no doubt for many of you, it is a deeply personal day for me. My four grandparents survived the Holocaust. My paternal grandparents, Abe and Miriam, survived Auschwitz-Birkenau. My maternal grandmother, Helen, was hidden and saved by her Christian neighbours, who rightfully were later declared חסידי אומות העולם - Righteous Among the Nations. Finally, my maternal grandfather, Morris, survived the Warsaw Ghetto, as well as 9 concentration and death camps including Majdanek, Plaszow and Theresienstadt.

  • Jew-hate: a guide for the perplexed

    6 May 2016 by Dave Rich

    The below article is the original version of an opinion piece published by the Jewish Chronicle on 6 May 2016 written by CST's Dave Rich.

  • John Mann: If Labour cannot combat racism then we are nothing

    5 May 2016 by CST

    Labour’s John Mann MP has long shown that the fight against antisemitism is not something that should be determined by what political party you are a member of. Through his leadership of the Parliamentary Committee Against Antisemitism, he has consistently challenged antisemitism, regardless of its ideological origin. Perhaps even more importantly, he has ensured that opposition to antisemitism is something that members of all political parties can, and do, play a leading part in.  

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