Britain is in the grip of a “virulent” new strain of anti-Semitism, according to the Chief Rabbi. Sir Jonathan Sacks told The Times in an interview that in January the number of anti-Semitic incidents reached the highest level since records began.
The rise in the number of attacks in January took place at the same time as Israel’s assault on Hamas in Gaza.
“It begins as anti-Zionism — but it is never merely anti-Zionism when it attacks synagogues or Jewish schools,” Sir Jonathan said. “In the post-Holocaust world the single greatest source of authority is human rights — therefore the new anti-Semitism is constructed in the language of human rights.”
...gone to an anti-globalisation rally which quickly turned into a diatribe against Israel and Jews...
Of course the elephant in the room not mentioned in the article is the rapid increase of muslims into Britain and other Western nations over the past decade. The article mentions the increase of anti-Semitic tensions during the Israelis/Gaza conflict without discussing the obvious link.
"In the post-Holocaust world the single greatest source of authority is human rights."
That sentence above looks actually like more of a confession than a statement.
The Holocaust has been used to dismantle nations and destroy cultures in the name of "human rights" and "equality". The pushers of Holocaustianity are now lamenting the very globalization which they FORCED upon much of the world.
Egalitarianism and belief in "equality" makes a hypocrite out of all who espouse them.
No greater current example of that is the call for freedom of speech in Iran by Western nations who throw people in prison for questioning the Holocaust.