The Golden Age of Antisemitism: Should Revisionist Historians Be Allowed to Deny Medieval Antisemitism?

Not long ago, my alma mater hosted the ‘highly reputable ‘Leeds International Medieval Congress.’ Now, given the utterly parlous state of the humanities in Europe, you might well wonder if this is every bit as bad as it sounds.

The answer, of course, is undeniably ‘yes.’

I was around the city, and indeed the University, and I managed to pick up a couple of conference posters that greatly tickled me…

But not in an entirely good way!

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God’s People SHALL Prevail!


It may be that some of my dear friends are Jews, and are not ‘out’ yet. I have no words of false comfort to offer you about the current situation in the UK, in Europe, in the Occident and indeed the entire world; what I will say, however, is that you are a nation of princes and queens, and there are some of us who have NOT forgotten. You are LOVED.
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National Union of Students: “No More Holocaust Memorial Day, It’s Too Offensive!”

Notable Champagne-Humanitarian-Edgy-Rhetorical-Club, the NUS (National-Kropotkinite Union of Sympathisers) have perpetrated yet another in a long line of typically imaginative and flamboyant radical political gestures. Read more National Union of Students: “No More Holocaust Memorial Day, It’s Too Offensive!”

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Chapter 2: Two Spoons An’ Yer Quarter-Half (Honest Adolph Novel Serial, Volume I)


Saul Friedman paced anxiously around his office.

The rather peculiar guest he was anticipating was not exactly renowned for his timeliness. Read more Chapter 2: Two Spoons An’ Yer Quarter-Half (Honest Adolph Novel Serial, Volume I)

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Bono & Peter Gabriel Slam Wagner: ‘Don’t Separate the Man from the Music’

Many music critics view Wagner’s music as problematic because of the composers’ anti-Semitic views. And yet, some argue that his classic works of opera are somehow separable from his hatred of the Jewish people.

However, not everyone agrees that this is a reasonable view; or in some cases, even a reasonable question to ask!

So, we’ve asked a couple of real music experts (not some pathetic, pedantic, mainstream, dusty old music critics), to give their two (million) cents worth on this one. Read more Bono & Peter Gabriel Slam Wagner: ‘Don’t Separate the Man from the Music’

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