Thursday, June 8, 2017

‘The only good Jew is a dead Jew’ (the Suarez – Barkan threshold) - by David Collier

...The anti-Zionist separates Jews into good and bad. The dividing line between the two? The Suarez – Barkan threshold. The point an escaping refugee arrives in British Palestine and thus, becomes the evil Zionist of the revisionist narrative. Or in far simpler terms: ‘The only good Jew, is a dead one’. It is worth understanding the message because it underlines almost every argument an anti-Zionist makes. A point no Zionist Jew should ever forget.

David Collier..
Across the Great Divide..
06 June '17..

‘The only good Jew is a dead Jew’. A horrific statement not so openly suggested in Europe or the USA in 2017. In reality, this line is actually being propagated in almost every university campus in the west. Yes, it is camouflaged, but do not let that distract us from the sickening message underneath. Let me explain.

Thomas Suarez recently published a work of revisionist history titled ‘State of Terror’. What Suarez did is simple. He engaged in research using the British archives in Kew as a way of proving what he already believed, that Israel is a nasty little state created by nasty people, who did awful things. With a highly distorted personal radar, careful document selection, and an unerring ability to misinterpret intentions, Suarez produced a piece of writing far removed from both historicity and context.

Because therein lies the rub, part of the missing context of the book is the Holocaust.

When I pointed this out on Twitter, I received a response from anti-Zionist Jew and founder of ‘Boycott from within’ Ronnie Barkan:

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