Concentration camp survivors sing Hatikvah (The Hope) inside the newly-liberated Bergen-Belsen, April 20, 1945 'I was in Dachau and Belsen. I saw chambers where hundreds of Jews were put to death every day. ... I saw the gallows in Belsen where Jews were hanged each Jewish holy day, while the rest were paraded to witness … Continue reading Redeeming the promise of ‘Never Again’
Newt Gingrich is a historian. An historian, as they say in the historian trade. Which only historians are allowed to join. But not you. You are not an historian. In fact, you are probably a Saul Alinsky radical or a member of the liberal news media. Nor did you work with Ronald Reagan. Newt worked … Continue reading Newt changes name to ‘Reagan’, GOP changes name to ‘lemmings’
Be careful what you wish for. Press TV, the demented Iranian propaganda outlet, has had its licence revoked for violating UK broadcasting regulations. Media regulator Ofcom found the channel was in breach of the Communications Act, which permits only editorial decision-makers to hold licences, after it emerged its London bureau (which was licensed by Ofcom) … Continue reading Suppressed TV
To be a John Carpenter fan is to submit oneself to perpetual disappointment. Every few years a new movie will come out, aficionados of Carpenter's early work will convince themselves, in defiance of both good sense and experience, that this is it; The One; the film that will reverse his artistic decline and restore 'The … Continue reading I’m a John Carpenter fan, or ‘masochist’ for short
It’s a question Israelis and Israel advocates of all political stripes have been asking in recent months. What has caused Thomas Friedman, the New York Times columnist and pro-market liberal, to lurch from centre-left defender of the State of Israel to increasingly shrill basher of Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli government, and the state itself? We … Continue reading What’s the matter with Thomas Friedman?
If you'll permit the intrusion of a shegetz into the controversy attending the Jewish Chronicle's reporting on London Citizens, I'd like to add a few thoughts. London Citizens is an alliance of community groups based in the capital that brings together representatives from all the major faiths to be found in Britain. Hitherto known for campaigns on the … Continue reading In defence of Martin Bright