June 7, 2013, - 8:17 pm

Conservative British MP: Israeli Soldier Looked “Like a Bloody Jew”

By Debbie Schlussel

It’s no secret that the British are extremely anti-Semitic and anti-Israel. It’s no secret that the British repeatedly sided with the Arab Muslims when the British controlled what was then “Palestine” until Israel became an official state. (They seemed to relish in sending Jews back to Hitler-controlled Europe, to be murdered in the Holocaust. While in Palestine, the British soldiers often made anti-Semitic trinkets and dolls to mock the Jews.) And it’s no secret that there are now something like 12 times as many Muslims as Jews in the United Kingdom (and fast growing beyond that), and so the British continue to display their anti-Semitism, while the Muslims destroy their country and they do nothing about it. And so it’s no surprise that yet another British Member of Parliament displays his Jew-hatred in a BBC undercover interview. In this case, it’s Conservative Party MP Patrick Mercer, a former BBC correspondent himself (as I’ve noted before, the “Conservatives” of Britain would be liberals in America–their “conservatism” is only relative to the far left of Britain’s Labor Party and other such wacko parties there).


British MP Patrick Mercer Hates the “Bloody Jews”

Patrick Mercer described a young Israeli soldier as looking like a “bloody Jew” in a conversation secretly recorded during the course of an undercover investigation. In small talk with an undercover reporter posing as a lobbyist, the Conservative MP described meeting a young female soldier during a recent trip he had taken to Israel. Mr Mercer said that when the young woman told him she was a soldier, he thought: “You don’t look like a soldier to me. You look like a bloody Jew.”

It was not the first time that he has made apparently racist comments. He was sacked from David Cameron’s shadow cabinet in 2007 after saying he had met “a lot” of “idle and useless” ethnic minority soldiers who used racism as a “cover”. He also said that being called a “black b——” was a normal part of Army life.

The remarks triggered the beginning of a political decline for the former soldier who has been the Conservative MP for Newark since 2001. Yesterday he announced his intention to resign from Parliament at the next general election after being confronted by The Daily Telegraph over the lobbying scandal. . . .

His personal life has also attracted notice. In 2010, Sarah Coyle, a House of Commons secretary, claimed he had a three-year affair with her, saying she left her husband after Mr Mercer promised to leave his wife, Caitriona, after the 2010 election, but he reneged on his promise.

What a loathsome creep. But, then, that usually goes hand in hand with Jew-hatred.

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94 Responses

He sounds like a real charmer.

Worry01 on June 8, 2013 at 8:57 am

They’re all loathsome creeps! The UK has been in physical and moral decline even before its lost its empire. The British can all hate the Jews but they’re unwilling to do anything to stop their country from becoming part of Dar Islam. What’s happening to them in a way is richly deserved comeuppance for their blindness to the fact the Jews helped them to win both World Wars and they’re not the chief threat to Western civilization. I’d say let them stew in it and I shed no tears for them on this side of The Pond.

NormanF on June 8, 2013 at 10:17 am

    They’re all loathsome creeps!

    Uncalled for. There are plenty of fine Englishmen.

    Miranda Rose Smith on June 10, 2013 at 1:51 am

There’s no doubt a strong strand of antisemitism in the UK but I don’t know how typical it is for people of Patrick Mercer’s background.
I don’t know how different it would be in any part of Europe either.
If David Cameron sacked him that’s probably one of the few things he’s gotten right.
It’s a pity the Israeli soldier didn’t give this snoop a kick in the proverbial arse while showing him the door.
Anyway the BBC has buried the hatchet deep in his back here in their inimitable style and for their own political reasons because nobody is more partial to a bit of Israel bashing than them.
Anyway sometimes these things work out well.
Looks like he’s an across the board racist.

In 50 years or probably less the UK will be basically a Muslim majority country and England as we know it will simply cease to exist.
You’d never guess it from the way they Carry on up the Khyber.

Zarus on June 8, 2013 at 10:19 am

The British don’t all hate Jews Norman but the British have been basically socialist for a long time.
That always ends the same way but in their case it’s been a long slow steady process.

Zarus on June 8, 2013 at 10:21 am

Saudis own the UK so Vanessa Redgrave can have her little save the London skyline party but her grand children’s children will end up behind the veil.
People like her are predominantly responsible for that too because it’s not just about money.

Zarus on June 8, 2013 at 10:32 am

Prior to WWII Sir Oswald Mosely led the black-shirted British fascist gang supporting Hitler and attacking British Jews (not to mention other parts of British society. In the 80 odd years since then what has changed in the UK?
It is still anti-Semitic but with a twist. Today it is heading into the world of Islam led by the most radical factions. Murdering Brit soldiers in full view of all the world is but one example of the sheer hatred filling Brit society. And this was once the country that ruled the world!!

uriahh on June 8, 2013 at 11:14 am

That HOC Secretary must be as brilliant as Helen Flanagan! Men who get it from unpaid hookers won’t commit. Men also stay where they are comfortable so if his wife don’t mind he slips it to other bints he ain’t gonna leave. Feminism hasn’t made women more smart, I see.

I don’t know why Poms are naturally anti-semitic? Anyone know why??

Those dopes are getting their just desserts. I don’t put it past any Jihadi but notice the open and brazen the attack on the Brit soldier was. It will come here if we continue our folly but it happened in GB for a reason…they are deeper in the sh** than we are, presently.

Skunky on June 8, 2013 at 11:35 am


    wash your smelly vag you funky hoe

    AR on June 8, 2013 at 4:16 pm

      AR, your stupid attacks on Skunky gain you no friends. Because of them, I always skip your longer comments. While I read your insults faster than I can skip them, your longer comments give me time to scan for your nick and move on. I expect others do the same.

      Please stop.

      skzion on June 9, 2013 at 11:57 am

        Skzion, thanks for having my back and being a real man. I appreciate it. 😀

        Skunky on June 9, 2013 at 12:02 pm

        Well, geeze how come you did not do the same when that skank attacked me?

        AR on June 9, 2013 at 12:45 pm

        I won’t do it.

        AR on June 9, 2013 at 12:47 pm


    wash your smelly fag you funky hoe

    AR on June 9, 2013 at 7:13 pm

Skunky ,
I personally believe that this is a one way process.
No country has ever peacefully emerged from Islamic domination.
No Islamic country is exactly leading the charge in social or cultural development.
Islam is a one way ticket to oblivion not just for countries like the UK but the West in general and anyway Europe is almost a foregone conclusion.

The Brits are I would say in general ambivalent towards Jews.

However being multicultural and leftist today means having Muslim friends and sympathizing with their concerns. Jews not so much.
When you put that together with the geopolitical slant of leftists then antisemitism becomes pretty convenient.
Like you said people like the comfort zone.

Zarus on June 8, 2013 at 12:09 pm

Another testament to the details outlined in Herbert W. Armstrong’s The United States and Great Britain in Prophecy. The sun set on the British Empire a long time ago.

72 years after The Bismarck sank The Hood, the Brits are living in the Islamic hood. You made your bed, now lie in it. We are too, with a “gorgeous mosaic” of moral relativism that says things like gay marriage and “tolerance” for people who wake up and decide they were born the wrong gender, trump issues like Constitutional adherence and national security. After all, every sensible American citizen knows those last two are just . . .

“Right wing extremism and Republican scare tactics.” Well, be afraid, be very afraid.

As an aside to Debbie, thank you for the admonition a while back that people need to “do your own research.” You rightfully pointed out that instead of saying “snopes says this or snopes says that,” people need to stop acting like parrots and do their own work. The remembrance of those words encouraged me to put a stop to an e-mail a friend passed on to me and a bunch of others which was nothing but an internet scare tactic. Snopes got this one at least partially wrong, and I straightened out the mess by doing my own research and sending it back to him.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on June 8, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    Alfredo, your post reminded me of a song I like…


    Johnny Horton.

    Skunky on June 8, 2013 at 8:53 pm

      I probably know this song because I’m old, and I’m familiar with a couple Johnny Horton tunes. I’m going to put this in my mind to check it out when I get back to the NYC area on the 27th. I get horrible internet service down here, and only receive a 1xRTT signal, which is akin to dial up quality. For example, it takes me about 10-11 minutes to watch a 3 minute news clip. Just take the length of something, multiply by at least a factor of 3, and that’s how long it would take me.

      As such, I can’t play music down here without going nuts, because it just keeps stopping and starting, etc. I can’t do anything about it at the present time. I don’t know of any company that can, and although Verizon Wireless shows 3G coverage in almost all of PR, I don’t get the 3G signal. Verizon Wireless is actually not here anymore, their customers are carried by a company called Claro. Even Claro hedges when you speak to them about the quality of service they’ll be able to give you, especially in this area.

      In and around San Juan, different story, but that’s more than a three hour drive from here. Where I am, get any further away from San Juan, and you’ll fall in to the ocean. I live on a farm in the hills, no man’s land. We have myriad problems here in PR with all types of transmissions, TV, radio, cell service, internet, you name it. We have more dropped calls than mangoes, and that’s a lot, since we probably have enough mangoes to give ten to everyone in the world.

      But I thank you for this, and when I get back to my friend’s place in New Jersey on the 27th, and have the 4G LTE signal, I’ll be sure and check it out. Thanks again. Johnny Horton was always fun to listen to.

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on June 8, 2013 at 9:20 pm

      Dear Skunky:


      Miranda Rose Smith on June 9, 2013 at 9:36 am

        Alfredo, it’s “Sink The Bismarck’ a great Johnny Horton song. I heard it (and loved it!) when I got into country.

        Good stuff! 😀

        Skunky on June 9, 2013 at 10:18 am


      Wash your smell vag you funky hoe

      AR on June 9, 2013 at 12:48 pm

The comment was idiotic. It makes no sense. What else would a female Israeli soldier look like except a Jew? He just spewed the first idiotic thing that popped into his head to make an anti-semitic comment I guess.

Italkit on June 8, 2013 at 4:10 pm

I think it’s a psychological thing (transference?) not just with Brits, but perhaps most Europeans and progressives here.

The bleeding hearts and other hand-wringers are genuinely afraid of islam (which they mistakenly attribute, thanks to hippie baby-boomers, as unconscious “racism”) so they manifest the fear by outwardly suppressing it (to show that they are indeed “color blind”) and simultaneously jump on the convenient, pseudo-intellectual Palestinian “genocide” issue so that they appear both progressive and intelligent when in fact, they precisely show that they are neither.

The Palestinian “issue” is thinly veiled antisemitism and explicit islamic advocacy for genocide of Jews and their jumping on the Palestinian bandwagon allows them to blame – and hate – Jews for “causing” islamic violence.

Which is why Brits and progressives everywhere are the antithesis of what they purport be, to wit, dim-bulbed, bigoted, racist, neo-nazis and genocide-enablers.

DS_ROCKS! on June 8, 2013 at 6:12 pm

    DS Rocks: Actually the correct concept is called “Identification With the Aggressor” or Stockholm Syndrome.

    lexi on June 8, 2013 at 11:09 pm

    Actually. DSR, I believe you are thinking of “displacement.” No matter what it is called, your point is very interesting.

    skzion on June 9, 2013 at 12:02 pm

That’s as concise and yet detailed an analysis as I’ve ever heard on just about any subject, DS_ROCKS. Rock on.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on June 8, 2013 at 7:10 pm

THIS is why the sun now sets on the British empire.

RT on June 8, 2013 at 8:23 pm

The class system is poisonous. English people who fancy themselves as upper class despise just about anyone, not just Jews, and will put them down at any opportunity.

Bronson on June 8, 2013 at 8:33 pm

Having lived in both England and the United States, I have always found the United States to be far more anti-Semitic.

King David on June 8, 2013 at 11:17 pm

    Queen David, you’re just a troll. Who cares about your opinion?

    You’re wrong, of course.

    skzion on June 9, 2013 at 12:05 pm

      If he really cared, Skzion, he’d have a proper go @ Sue The Pom and all other open anti-semites who post here.

      But of course he never does.

      He’s like a boring and broken “Chatty Cathy” doll. Saying the same thing, boring everybody to tears and lying at the bottom of a cob-webby box meant for a junky yard sale but too junky and unloved to sell. Even for 1 lousy cent!

      Skunky on June 9, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    And you would be wrong. I, too, have lived in the Commonwealth. The USA is much better.

    Occam's Tool on July 14, 2014 at 11:48 pm

I think people in the UK are mostly concerned with the recession at the moment – and are neither anti-semitic or anti-muslim.

Politicians? – well, who knows. I can’t speak for them as I don’t even vote. But what an odd and ill-mannered comment.

I don’t think I have ever known people here as disillusioned with politics and politicians as they are now. And far from wishing to interfere with what is happening in the Middle East, most people wonder why on earth our politicians got us involved in the current Crusades.

Anyway this article confirms my belief in the wisdom of being “no part” of politics.

And, yes, the UK has certainly changed a lot in my lifetime (I was born just after WW2) – but we have been told and told that it was very wrong for Britannia to have ruled the waves, and and that we must change. See the comments above, for example. IF we are all “loathsome creeps” and our class system is “poisonous”, then surely change must be a good thing?

Yet, in spite of that, both Jewish and Muslim populations are well-integrated, I would have thought, especially given how recent Muslim immigration is. Well-integrated Muslims tend not to make the headlines of course, but in my sleepy little seaside town, for example, my first GP was Muslim, my Optician is a Pakistani Brit (a lovely young guy too).

And our local congregation consists of people from many backgrounds, including Ghanaian, Jewish, West Indian. One of the ladies who called at my door and taught me the truth many years ago was an immigrant from the West Indies.

I am very glad she and her family came here.

Bible teaching restores us to being brothers and sisters. And it teaches us not to speak hatefully about each other, but to keep “the law of loving-kindness” on our tongue.

The world says: “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me”. Whereas our Creator, the God of Abraham, the Source of all wisdom, says that one wrong word can do as much damage as the little spark that sets a forest fire.

James 3:5-9 says: “So, too, the tongue is a little member and yet makes great brags. Look! How little a fire it takes to set so great a woodland on fire!  Well, the tongue is a fire. The tongue is constituted a world of unrighteousness among our members, for it spots up all the body and sets the wheel of natural life aflame and it is set aflame by Ge?hen?na. For every species of wild beast as well as bird and creeping thing and sea creature is to be tamed and has been tamed by humankind.  But the tongue, not one of mankind can get it tamed. An unruly injurious thing, it is full of death-dealing poison.  With it we bless Jehovah, even [the] Father, and yet with it we curse men who have come into existence “in the likeness of God.”” 

Jehovah is right. But are people being taught this?

sue on June 9, 2013 at 2:18 am

    Sue the Pom, at least you are idiotically consistent. When you said you would not lift a finger to help anyone you really meant it in all aspects of your delusional life. Best to be a complete fraud in lieu of an incomplete one.

    “I think people in the UK…are neither anti-semitic or anti-muslim”.

    The 1st part is a lie! Your Mooooooslim population would not be OOC (out of control) as it is and you would NOT have beastly swine like Anjem Choudary and Abu Qatada (et al) sucking crappy UK of all their tax-payer money. Your dopey country won’t get rid of them and in fact protects them from being harassed by non-Moooooslim Poms. They are UK’s most famous and beloved dole-bludgers and they are there to stay!

    “Yet, in spite of that, both Jewish and Muslim populations are well-integrated…”

    Suuuuuure they are! You live in fake holy-roller Toon Town! I read about the gang rapes of non-Mooooooslim gals in jolly old England-istan. And how those yob Moooooslims harass and beat up non-Moooooslim and Jews who go near the Moooooslim sh**-hole enclaves of UK. Puh-leeze. You have no idea what you’re crapping on about. Who would believe a fraud like you? You don’t even care enough to vote!

    What about those big groups of Moooooslim protesters who are constantly in Trafalgar Square who openly and adamantly preach Jihad and Caliphate?? If you go up to one of those big-mouths they will PLAINLY tell you what they plan to do…and it is similar to that pig, Jihadi Michael Adebolajo! NO hyperbole!

    “Well-integrated Muslims tend not to make the headlines…”

    That’s because daily your rags have to report on Jihadi “hate preachers” who strongly preach Jihad and are looking for recruits. I read about how your Mooooooslim immigrants game the system and get subsidized housing and then illegally rent the property and give the illegal $$ made to terror organizations. How come I know more about dopey UK than you? Stop spreading delusional LIES!

    “…my first GP was Muslim, my Optician is a Pakistani Brit (a lovely young guy too).”

    And here is where you’re finally letting your dhimmitude shine brightly. You do love the above the waistline wank you get from coming here. It offends me because you pretend be a fan of this site but you have slowly exposed yourself as being anything but.

    Who would listen to a pablum-puker like you? You know less about Jihad than what you know about your fake religion.

    “The louder (s)he spoke of her honour, the faster we counted our spoons”.

    Skunky on June 9, 2013 at 11:39 am

      I looked up the quote, Skunky. Emerson, apparently. I thought it was Thoreau.

      skzion on June 9, 2013 at 12:13 pm

that Mk is stupid and an idiot

Clinton Alexander on June 9, 2013 at 4:26 am

He was probably referring to her dress code. Since he’s talking about her hair and jewelry. It’s a bit more formal in the British army probably I would imagine.
If she lacked formality though she didn’t lack vigilance and she dispatched him a very proper fashion which is why he was so miffed.

The British class system is much overstated and anyway class distinctions have been there since the beginning.
It has nothing to with antisemitism and many Jews have made comfortable accommodations with it in the UK.
Ironically Britain has declined over time more or less in correlation with the dissolution of class distinctions so the case is not nearly as simple as you would make it.
There are plenty of Neo Nazi bigots in societies with no real history of class distinction whatsoever.
I only mention this because class distinctions to the extent that they even exist are not the singular cause of strife in human relations that Marxists make them out to be.

Benjamin Disraeli was the first Jewish prime minister of Great Britain in 1868. Who was the last Jewish president of the US?

Also remember that if England had not stood alone against Hitler all of Europe would have fallen under the Nazi jack boot and we would not be having this discussion.

Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 5:24 am

    And like many in anti-semitic societies, Disraeli gave up the Jewish religion when he was young. Just like many apostates in Germany, and the U.S.

    Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 9:56 pm

If I tried to get into an “intelligence establishment” in England, I wouldn’t get a rifle stuck up my nose?

Miranda Rose Smith on June 9, 2013 at 8:18 am

“Also remember that if England had not stood alone against Hitler all of Europe would have fallen under the Nazi jack boot and we would not be having this discussion.”

Maybe — but I’ve always thought that Hilter was the best general the allies had.

RA2216 on June 9, 2013 at 8:28 am

    “Also remember that if England had not stood alone against Hitler all of Europe would have fallen under the Nazi jack boot and we would not be having this discussion.”


    Miranda Rose Smith on June 9, 2013 at 9:33 am

      Hitler ran the best crematoriums too dingbat. Go play with your toy Rommel soldiers you clown.

      You wouldn’t get a rifle up your nose. In fact if you were Michael Adebolajo’s brother MI6 would give you the red carpet treatment. That’s how sad it is Miranda.

      Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 10:23 am

Idiots have been backing the wrong side for so long. Even when their soldiers are massacred on their own streets, by the savage, they continue to tongue their backside.

samurai on June 9, 2013 at 9:23 am

The Soviet Union (sic) also wound up opposing Hitler. But that did not make it a worthwhile nation.

Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 12:10 pm

@Little Al
The Soviet Union only stopped supplying the Nazis after Hitler invaded them and Stalin wouldn’t believe that Hitler had broken the Pact he signed with him even after the tanks had rolled in.
No other nation in Europe or the world stood up to Hitler before they were invaded or attacked.

If all England had ever done was stand up to Hitler that alone would make them a worth while nation.

Please get a grasp on history.
Without England I wouldn’t even be talking to you in English.

Yes, there are few bigots in the UK but please don’t make ridiculous statements. There are bigots everywhere.

It’s just preposterous what you’re saying.

Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 12:57 pm

    Hello Zarus, I read that Hitler was the only politician Stalin trusted, and he was truly shocked when Hitler’s army invaded Russia. I wondered if that could be true, given how much spin now attaches itself to the history of WW2, but from what you say it was true.


    But isn’t the truth about WW2 that both sides did terrible ungodly things?

    It all makes me even more grateful for the Hebrew and Christian Greek Scriptures, as I can trust them with all my heart. We all can. And we can trust their promise that a rescue is close at hand.

    sue on June 9, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    You are speaking gibberish. Maybe you have had too much dope — in any case I will try to make my point again, in short sentences.

    1. Russia fought Hitler.

    2. Russia under the Bolsheviks was a monstrous nation.

    3. Therefore, fighting Hitler does not make a nation virtuous or worthwhile, even if it did, for reasons of self-interest, belatedly fight Hitler.

    4. Therefore, Britain’s fighting Hitler, does not, in and of itself, make it a virtuous nation.

    5. The fact that the Soviet Union didn’t fight Hitler before 1941 doesn’t change the fact that it fought Hitler after that time. The USSR was still a cruddy nation.

    6. Duuuhh, the fact that other European nations, and duuuhhh, I guess you never herd of Fraince, duuuhhhh, —-

    To try to use semi-adult language again, I was simply saying that fighting Hitler does not, in and of itself, make a nation virtuous. As Debbie has said many times, the enemy of my enemy is not necessarily my friend.

    Yes, Britain has done many worthwhile things during its history, just as it has done many despicable things. Duuuuhhh, that is called complexity.

    And if you get into an argument about history with me, you are a fool. You are outclassed, and out of your league.

    Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 2:54 pm

That’s what happens when you get your history out of a post modern morally relativistic fortune cookie Sue.

If you’re saying that Stalin murdered as many innocent people as Hitler and was just as evil as him you could make a case for that.

However during WWII if you’re lumping the Allies in with Stalin then a good Christian woman like yourself should know when to apply some God given common sense and lay off the cookie dough.

Nobody did genocide like Hitler during WWII with the possible exception of some attempts by the Japanese.

Ain’t that the truth Sue?

Matthew 10:38
“And he that taketh not his cross, and followeth after me, is not worthy of me. He that findeth his life shall lose it: and he that loseth his life for my sake shall find it.”

Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 2:28 pm

    Hello Zarus – yes, Jesus did say that. Being a follower of Christ is not easy. Followers of Christ were in difficulties from the start in Nazi Germany as they could not “Heil” Hitler as their saviour, let alone join his army, or his Nazi Party.

    Hitler or Stalin?

    At 2 Cor. 10:3, 4, speaking under inspiration, Paul said: “Though we walk in the flesh, we do not wage warfare according to what we are in the flesh. For the weapons of our warfare are not fleshly, but powerful by God for overturning strongly entrenched things.” Paul here states that he never resorted to fleshly weapons, such as trickery, high-sounding language, or carnal weapons, to protect the congregation against false teachings.

    Luke 6:27, 28: “I [Jesus Christ] say to you who are listening, Continue to love your enemies, to do good to those hating you, to bless those cursing you, to pray for those who are insulting you.”

    If we are to follow Jesus, don’t we have to pay attention to those words?

    I know its not easy. Its a struggle – the world (which lies in the power of Satan) and our own imperfect natures make it so. But…

    sue on June 9, 2013 at 4:20 pm

    FZ, Sue The Pom is EVER consistent in her weakness. She gives her wimpy-arse self away with this gem.

    “…makes me even more grateful for the Hebrew and Christian Greek Scriptures, as I can trust them with all my heart. We all can. And we can trust **their promise that a rescue is close at hand.****”

    Methinks she threw in ‘Hebrew’ in there to cover for her lack of allegiance to Jews and their struggles that she has previously honked on about these threads. FAIL. She already has plainly said that she would not do anything to help them.

    She is expecting others to “rescue” her cowardly self. Now, really, how can she expect that *IF* everyone adopted her cowardly ways there would be NO HELP for her or anyone else?

    That babbling fake holy-roller only lies to her mirror. Everyone else sees right thru’ her. She’s craven.

    Skunky on June 9, 2013 at 5:42 pm

      Skunky, it seems that this is indicative of where the U.K. is now: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aiWXBNioxE

      Worry01 on June 10, 2013 at 12:17 am

        LOL, Worry. I thought it was gonna be The Kinks “Walking On A Thin Line” (There is no England anymore…).

        Skunky on June 10, 2013 at 10:18 am

      I believe that the writers of both the Hebrew and the Christian Greek Scriptures – who were all Jewish – were, as they claim, inspired by our Creator, to write down his words, his message for us.

      For example:
      2 Sam. 23:1, 2: “The utterance of David the son of Jesse . . . The spirit of Jehovah it was that spoke by me, and his word was upon my tongue.”

      Isa. 22:15: “This is what the Sovereign Lord, Jehovah of armies, has said.”

      2 Tim. 3:16, 17: “All Scripture is inspired of God and beneficial for teaching, for reproving, for setting things straight, for disciplining in righteousness, that the man of God may be fully competent, completely equipped for every good work.”

      I believe those words to be true.

      The Inspired Scriptures are often defined as “Old and New Testament”, but we prefer to say “Hebrew and Greek Scriptures”, as the “Old and New” definition may carry the idea that the the one superseded the other, whereas we believe they are part of a whole, carrying one consistent message about the sovereignty of God, and of his Kingdom.

      sue on June 10, 2013 at 2:30 am

        “The louder (s)he spoke of her honour, the faster we counted our spoons”.

        Happy Birthday, Sue The Pom! I’ll cross the pond to have a HUGE celebration with yee! 😛

        Skunky on June 10, 2013 at 10:16 am

          Oh dear, Skunky, while you are of course welcome to visit (as long as you can face the alleged risk to your spoon collection), its no use coming on my birthday. We don’t celebrate birthdays.

          How did early Christians and Jews of Bible times view birthday celebrations?

          “The notion of a birthday festival was far from the ideas of the Christians of this period in general.”—The History of the Christian Religion and Church, During the Three First Centuries (New York, 1848), Augustus Neander (translated by Henry John Rose), p. 190.

          “The later Hebrews looked on the celebration of birthdays as a part of idolatrous worship, a view which would be abundantly confirmed by what they saw of the common observances associated with these days.”—The Imperial Bible-Dictionary (London, 1874), edited by Patrick Fairbairn, Vol. I, p. 225.

          What is the origin of popular customs associated with birthday celebrations?

          “The various customs with which people today celebrate their birthdays have a long history. Their origins lie in the realm of magic and religion. The customs of offering congratulations, presenting gifts and celebrating—complete with lighted candles—in ancient times were meant to protect the birthday celebrant from the demons and to ensure his security for the coming year. . . . Down to the fourth century Christianity rejected the birthday celebration as a pagan custom.”—Schwäbische Zeitung (magazine supplement Zeit und Welt), April 3/4, 1981, p. 4.

          sue on June 10, 2013 at 11:06 am

          DUH!!!!! Sue The Pom WHY did you think I wished you a Happy Birthday, then? I know what you are.

          Knock knock, Avon calling! Oops, it’s NOT…every body hide!!! DON’T. OPEN. THE. DOOR.

          Again, I am miles ahead of you. I got your little clues you dropped like rodent droppings. I’m not dumb and a coward like you. I may not be liked but I am NOT dumb. DUH!

          “The louder (s)he spoke of her honour, the faster we counted our spoons”.

          Skunky on June 10, 2013 at 11:35 am

    If you’re saying that Stalin murdered as many innocent people as Hitler and was just as evil as him you could make a case for that.

    s/b ‘he’. Like most fools who glorify England to the extent of ignoring, or giving de facto support to British antisemitism, you also do not know the English language.

    Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 10:01 pm

And, idiot Zarus, if you want to learn something about British antisemitism, or if anyone else reading this site is not familiar with the history in detail, Trials of the Diaspora, the History of Anti-Semitism in England, by Anthony Julius provides the information. Uuuhhh, the only thing is, Zarus, in order to get anything out of it you do need an IQ somewhat above 100, and you have, as yet, given no indication that you are in that category.

Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 3:01 pm

And while the Allies did, to their credit, vanquish Hitler, their role in WW II was certainly flawed. As I have said before, M. Stanton Evan’s latest book, Stalin’s Secret Agents, gives the details, although again, you need a decent IQ to understand it. Diane West’s latest book provides some details too, although it has to be read cautiously, and I do not endorse all her arguments or conclusions.

Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 3:05 pm

And the existence of bigots everywhere making bigots less of bigots? Another stupid statement. If there are bigoted Muslims in Country A, the fact that there are bigoted Muslims in Coutries, B, C, D, E, etc. makes them less bigoted? A kindergarten argument. But antisemites in addition to being vicious bigots, usually have limited intelligence — they have to if they are associated with a prejudice like that.

And unfortunately, Britain has been dumbed down just like the US. You have provided an example of this.

Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 3:08 pm

@Little al
You’re a dunce.
I didn’t dispute the fact that Russia fought Hitler.

If you actually paid attention to the argument I made then perhaps whatever historical knowledge you think you have would be of some use to you. Fool.

4. Yes, I have heard of France. They only fought after Hitler invaded you bozo and there’s a reason they earned the label surrender monkeys.

I made an argument as to why your statement was irrelevant as far as Britain was concerned and you’ve done nothing to address it. Until then don’t waste my time you oaf.

Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 3:11 pm

@Little Al

Bigots being everywhere does not make them more or less bigoted but it does make the UK less exceptional for being home to few.

If I were you I wouldn’t worry about the UK being dumbed down. You’ve got problems yourself wherever you’re from.

Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 3:14 pm

@Little Al
You’re book recommendations are no recommendation to me.
Yes, the British didn’t execute WWII perfectly. Newsflash for morons. There’s no war in history that’s ever not been flawed.

Yes, there’s was a history of persecution for Jews in England. Newsflash for Barney the dinosaur. Jews were persecuted almost anyplace that was anyplace.

Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    Well, you better read some books. Then you might know that you should have said ‘your’ instead of ‘you’re’, at your 3:27 comment. A strange mistake for such an Anglophile. Strengthens my belief that you are an Arab or other anti-semitic Muslim. You certainly need to learn English beyond a second-grade level. Also, ‘dinosaur’ should have been capitalized.

    Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 5:34 am

Uh, Zarus (perhaps a small disguising of the Arabic Zahra), your 3:14 comment has no substance. And re your 3:11 comment about France, yes, they appeased Hitler in the 30s, but the dominant political tendency in France opposed Hitler consistently during the 30s. Appeasement prevented them from challenging Hitler effectively, along with pressure from the pro-fascist minority in the country, but French-German hostility went back centuries. And like a few others who have challenged me on this blog, you seem to have trouble writing the name Al correctly and consistently. Duuuhhh, what if my first name was three letters long, or, horror of horror, four or five???

England’s hostility to Jews has been consistent, back to the 13th Century, when they were expelled. Although there have been brief and limited interludes, the main trend has been disgraceful hostility to Jews, and now, to Israel.

Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 3:27 pm

And again, you repeat your disgusting argument that if everyone else does it, it is OK. Everyone else was anti-Semitic too, so why pick on England?

I guess in a sense you are projecting, and what you really mean, deep down, is that if lots of other people are idiots, why should I pick on you?

Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 3:32 pm

@Little Al
You need to wake up a little bit.
If you can’t get things in perspective then you’re going to persist in the crazy delusion that things can be made perfect.

Yes you’re right it has been disgraceful. What do you want to do? Get all of Europe to write you a letter of apology you can show to the intifada they’ve sanctioned within their borders.

Does it seem like I’m overly concerned about getting your name right?

Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 3:44 pm

Now your anti-semitism is on full display. The same thing that Western anti-semites have been saying since the Enlightenment. Anti-semitism is universal, don’t fight too hard for your rights or for dignified and equal treatment, or you might provoke the anti-semities too much. Just accept the inevitable and make do the best you can with the semi-equality that you have. Genteel anti-semitism on full display. The same disgusting arguments, decade after decade.

Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 3:55 pm

Little Al
Don’t you dare assume that just because I don’t agree with you I’m an anti-semite you little twerp.

Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 3:58 pm

You are in effect saying not to go after England too hard because everyone else is doing the same thing. Your comment about ‘wanting Europe to write a letter of apology’ betrays you. Like many anti-semites, you try to assume an intellectual facade, but it evaporates when your statements are under pressure.

Little Al on June 9, 2013 at 4:20 pm

Sheesh, you’re a walking cliche.
Your problem is that you’re too self righteous to pick up on real antisemitism and that can be a problem.

Zarus on June 9, 2013 at 4:33 pm

Now what is the ‘real antisemitism’ I haven’t picked up on?

Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 1:50 am

And you don’t see the connection between Middle Eastern antisemitism and English antisemitism? Duuuhh, do you know anything about the Zionists’ struggle, with very brief exceptions, against Britain to found and maintain Israel?

Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 11:22 am

Yes I do know Al. If I didn’t I would have known after reading Debbie’s article.

Did it ever occur to you that you I might be suggesting you’re fighting on a different front today? No. I don’t think so.

It’s not really your fault it’s just that you’ve been educated in a mindset that always underestimates its ideological opponents as a default position.
This didn’t happen by accident. It is the means of your undoing.

Tell me. How is British anti Zionism any different from Jewish anti Zionism?

Zarus on June 10, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    Your question is a non sequitor, since this post is about British anti-semitism. And British anti-semitism is more of a threat, as it is more permanent, and more powerful. As an illustration, before Israel’s founding, neither the British nor most Jews wanted to see an independent Zionist state.

    But most Jews were won over after World War II, as opposed to most British, who were not. Also, the British were the main obstacle, politically and militarily. The permanence and strength of British anti-semitism as opposed to Jewish anti-semitism exists to this day.

    But like most liberals, you try to change the subject. Whenever anyone answers you, you switch to something else.

    It reminds me of the Commies in the 50s. Whenever you said anything bad about Russia, they’d say “well, what would the Southern Negro say about that”?

    Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 1:21 pm

    Further, in order to keep ‘telling you’, Jewish antisemitism has historically had a strong current of identification with the aggressor. This concept has been discussed already in this post, but it is important here as it helps illustrate that Jewish anti-semitism is, to some extent, derivative, rising in the context of German anti-semitism, and mostly, in the 19th and early 20th century as a defensive reaction, as opposed to British anti-semitism which has always been primary and aggressive.

    Now, Jewish anti-semitism has partially incorporated its own independent dynamic, but again, it is derivative, mostly from the chaos of the 60s.

    Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 1:46 pm

How long will it take for the Jews to leave England like they are leaving France?

I_AM_ME on June 10, 2013 at 1:03 pm

And also, in keeping with the tradition identification of the aggressor, a reaction to Muslim anti-semitism.

Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 1:47 pm

It’s a non sequitur if you’re an idiot.

How are the the Jews that undermine Israel any worse than the British that do it?
At least they can say that they’re British so they have no particular reason to care about Israel.

I’ll stop now because ultimately all you’re interested in is validating your own indignation which is justified but doesn’t get you anywhere.

If you had actually watched the video and really heard what was being said you wouldn’t be wasting my time like this.

And by the way you’re not telling me anything. I already know most of what you’re saying.
Your silly little attempt at excusing Jewish antisemitism by saying it’s the fault of the aggressor is just a pathetic case of special pleading.
You’re the one stuck with a victim mentality bozo, that’s why you can’t even take responsibility for your own issues.

Zarus on June 10, 2013 at 3:12 pm

You are really not very bright, Zarus. I was explaining, not excusing Jewish antisemitism. You have to really have poor reading comprehension skills to make an error like that. And your other remarks are devoid of substance, so probably the wisest comment you have made so far is that you will make no additional comments.

Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 3:30 pm

Yeah, you were explaining why it wasn’t their fault. Give it a rest Al. You’re the only one silly enough to think you can get away with that side step.

One day when you grow up Little Al and I hope you do you’ll realize that just repeating what a bunch of so called experts say doesn’t make you an expert.

Zarus on June 10, 2013 at 3:51 pm

Leaving aside your ad hominem attacks, and the fact that you were the one citing ‘experts’ (e.g. Caroline Glick), I’ll say once more that Jewish anti-semities are not devoid of responsibility. But their anti-semitism is a defensive reaction, as opposed to British anti-semitism which is the more aggressive. The fact that a reaction is defensive does not excuse it, but it suggests that is not as great an obstacle as primary anti-semitism such as that of the British, the U.S. elite, Muslims, or leftists in general.

The favorite refuge of a non-entity is to call opposition to his beliefs ‘childish’. The pro-immigrationists on the right do this all the time. Romney’s supporters did this also, during the campaign.

Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 4:03 pm

Yeah, but it’s not just the ad hominem attacks is it Al?
It’s the fact that you can’t defend a logical position.

I didn’t cite Caroline Glick. I gave instructions to watch a youtube video.
Can you list one argument of hers that I cited?
You just side stepped yourself Mr. Bozo.

I won’t get into your ridiculous obstacle course of antisemitism non excuses leading into a random non sequitur Romney supporter diss from left field.
Get a brain transplant you loser.

Zarus on June 10, 2013 at 4:25 pm

No substance, no substance. It is like trying to discuss poetry with a dog.

Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 4:35 pm

All readers in this blog can look at Zarus’s last few comments, and understand this person’s mentality and intellectual capabilities when s/he makes comments in future posts.

Little Al on June 10, 2013 at 4:49 pm

Yeah and they now know public service announcements are about all you’re good for Little Aldolfus. Only somebody as stupid as you would even think anybody would actually be bothered to do that. Moron.

Zarus on June 10, 2013 at 5:05 pm

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