Why the creation of a ‘European’ identity necessitates unashamed antisemitism from Brussels

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By Adrian Hilton

PUBLISHED: 10:41 GMT, 6 July 2012 | UPDATED: 14:10 GMT, 6 July 2012

  • Bias: Nigel Farage has criticised the EU's stance towards Israel

Bias: Nigel Farage has criticised the EU’s stance towards Israel

Day by day, minute by minute, speech by speech and word by word, the United Kingdom Independence Party looks and sounds increasingly like the Conservative Party in exile.

Their policies cover the economy, law and order, education, defence, patriotism, Christianity, immigration, over-regulation, tax reduction, and their support for private enterprise, traditional marriage and the family, and (of course) the thorny question of the European Union. There is no longer any credible assertion that UKIP is a ‘single-issue’ protest party or pressure group.

And now, just as we have our long-held suspicions confirmed that the Foreign Office is essentially Arabist and ever so subtly anti-Israel, with government officials outrageously asserting that Benjamin Netanyahu uses ‘the incitement issue as a delaying tactic in peace talks’, we hear that Nigel Farage is confronting the ‘strong bias’ against Israel that exists within the European Union.

When have you ever heard a Conservative MEP do that?

‘There is within the European institutions a very strong anti-Israel bias’, Mr Farage said. ‘I would almost say — and I am bit nervous of saying this — there’s almost a new trendy form of anti-Semitism creeping in…

‘I could show you, within the last three months, transcripts of several dozen speeches in the European Parliament. There is a fundamental dislike of Israel. But it’s more than that. And we find that objectionable and worrying.’

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7 Replies to “Why the creation of a ‘European’ identity necessitates unashamed antisemitism from Brussels”

  1. I hate to say it but the man is right, the pan Europe people need a rallying point just as Hitler needed one, both have chosen the Jews to be the bad guys to rally against. They are building on the strain of antisemitism that runs runs through Europe, a strain that can and will easily turn violent.

  2. Mr. Farage’s courage to speak out on this issue is yet another reason to admire him. If only those like him weren’t such a rare breed of character and strength these days.

  3. He can’t have it both ways, it’s either the Jews or the fakestinians. I choose the Jews, I wonder who Farrage would choose if forced?

  4. “In Bat Ye’or’s Eurabia, the French born scholar on Islam described how Israel, and Judeophobia, are central to the EU plan for more power. Uniting the Mediterranean countries (North African Islamic countries, as well as the traditionally European states) in a bid to integrate them. The Islamisation of Europe, therefore, being the ultimate consequence of this short-sighted concoction.”

    Anti-Zionism is a disease in Europe. Israel is the only thing that prevents Europe from being overrun by Muslims. Luckily, I have my own plan for setting things right, like using my religion to take power in Iran.

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