I’m talking today about WHY you’re watching this video on 3Speak, about the Steem blockchain and blogging there. I also cover where I differ from Katie Hopkins but why I still absolutely support her right to make and show films about Jews moving to Israel in Jerusalem.
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Last night I saw Homelands, Katie Hopkins new film sponsored by the EU, looking at Jews leaving Europe specifically because of rising Jew hatred. It isn’t racist and it isn’t even the made up word “Islamophobic”. It does tell stories of Jews leaving Europe because they are afraid of a future in which Europe is increasingly Islamic and fearful of the rising levels of Jew hatred that accompany increases in islamic religious observance. Below is the blog post I wrote while waiting for the event and a video I recorded.
I’m currently in a bar in Jerusalem killing time: in two hours I’m supposed to be at a screening of Katie Hopkins’ new film “Homelands”.
This was meant to have taken place in a small town just to the north of Tel Aviv, Raanana, home to a large ex-South African anglo population, last night. That was cancelled after an Israeli TV journalist started questioning the venue. As the rabidly far-left and evil Ha’aretz lied in the first paragraph:
The screening of an anti-Muslim documentary by controversial right-wing British media personality Katie Hopkins in Ra’anana, north of Tel Aviv, was canceled over the weekend by “mutual agreement.”
Eyebrows were first raised last week, when it became clear that the sold-out screening was set to take place Monday night in an auditorium that belongs to the municipality of Ra’anana, a city that is home to many immigrants from Western Europe.
There was no mutual agreement. That’s a simple to verify lie by Ha’aretz.
The organisers shifted it forward a day (today) and moved it to another venue in Jerusalem. That was attacked this morning and canceled. Another was found, while I was driving to Jerusalem that one pulled out.
I’ve met Katie, in fact I may even be in her film, she interviewed me but until I see the finished product I don’t know what bits she used.
Just as Israel’s internal politics are marching fast to the right and away from surrender to Islamic Jihad and terror, even our Israeli media, aided and abetted by the Dhimmis in the UK Board of Deputies of British Jews are trying desperately not to acknowledge any truths about the UK or Europe.
There is an increase in Jew hatred, a dramatic one and the vast increase in Islamic immigration to Europe and the even poorer rate at which new immigrants are assimilating in host countries, guarantees that a week minority, like Jews, will be blamed and hates. There are two possibly responses: oppose unbridled immigration and call out Islamic Jew hatred or pretend it doesn’t exist and think that by being nice to new immigrants raised on a Koranic diet of Jew hatred, they’ll change.
Unfortunately the dhimmi Jews of Europe are doing the later and engendering even more hatred toward Jews than otherwise exists (and has always existed) in European populations.
I can guarantee, if Jews were visibly on the front lines of the populist wave, calling for sensible immigration and being very healthily skeptical about Islamic values changing any time soon, there would be far less Jew hatred in Europe instead of far more.
The fact is, with the present Jewish community leadership across Europe, with very few exceptions, their actions have no influence whatsoever on Islamic Jew hatred (which will inexorably rise correlated with the size and strength of Islamic populations) and it gives ammunition to those already steeped in old antisemitic lies of Jewish control and Jewish subterfuge to somehow repress the non Jews. As ridiculous as their old conspiracy theories are, calling anyone who tries to save their native values and culture “far right” or an “Islamophobe” (as they’re calling Katie Hopkins) is making a gigantic mistake.
Not content with smearing Ben Shapiro as being some sort of alt-Right leader instead of one of its most hated targets, The Economist is consistently maliciously wrong about Israel. In today’s podcast I deconstruct the following paragraph from their article about Israel’s forthcoming election.
This is the Eurabia edition of The Economist I remember and talk about here.