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‘Leave Palestine’ OR ‘Leave Europe’? Some further (brief) thoughts on Liberate Stamford Hill
The continuing tendency of the far-Right to rely on marching and demonstrations and other conventional political responses to our foreign occupation highlights the difference between a Nationalist and a Tribalist. Not many understand this difference, which is why we’re still suffering. We need to develop tactics that reflect the realities of Britain and Europe today. This is no longer our country.
Having said that, I think there are some nuances to consider. There’s a more constructive side to activities like this. Opposing Jewry isn’t necessarily a ‘right-wing’ thing. The Left do it a lot, under the cover of ‘Anti-Zionism’ – without realising of course that they are just tools – and it can have the effect of galvanising people on our side.
Look at the way the issue is being discussed now. This must be the first time since the days of Colin Jordan that there is open discussion about Jews, not qua Israel/Palestine, but qua their presence here in Europe. Isn’t that what we really want? In this sense, I would argue, the far-Right has the potential to offer an alternative to the Left’s Anti-Zionism. Instead of telling the Jews (in effect) ‘Leave Palestine’, we’re saying: ‘Leave Europe’. The fact that the Left are lining up with the Zionists (Jews) against us on this point I think speaks for itself.
This will also encourage a schism in the Left. A lot of the [non-Jewish] Left hate Jews even more than the far-Right do. Some of them will be confused about their own side standing in a counter-demonstration defending a Jewish community – especially when someone unfurls an Israeli flag, as is bound to happen on 22nd. March.