" is a familiar Anti-Semitic trope [see IHRA definition] which could get you branded for life as an Anti-Semite, hunted down and ejected from such Associations as the UK Labour party. Now just don’t go there. Sarc,"
Speaking of which am yet to hear of any " prosecution" as a result of the UK Government`s adoption of the Zionist inspired repeat Zionist inspired absurdity which the IHRA definition is. Apart from the laughing stock it would make of Zionists (as if they weren`t already a seiously sick joke ) it would potentially trigger a whole range of requests for Government adopted definitions to cover eg Anti - Palestinianism , Anti - Arabism , Anti - Celtism , anti Anglo -Saxonism , Anti Aryanism etc with perhaps a longed for revival of Antidiestablishmentarianism.
Apologies for lapsing into inflammatorisationism (see 5 below).
As I have said the IHRA is a seriously sick joke and simply proves the point that anti - Zionists have been making and will continue to make until Zionism is washed away into the sewer of history.
A racist , brutal murdering land thief is precisely that irrespective of whether they are Jewish or followers of any other religion under the sun.
"5.‘Zionism’ as a concept remains a valid topic for academic and political debate, both within and outside Israel. The word ‘Zionist’ (or worse, ‘Zio’) as a term of abuse, however, has no place in a civilised society. It has been tarnished by its repeated use in antisemitic and aggressive contexts. Antisemites frequently use the word ‘Zionist’ when they are in fact referring to Jews, whether in Israel or elsewhere. Those claiming to be “anti-Zionist, not antisemitic”, should do so in the knowledge that 59% of British Jewish people consider themselves to be Zionists. If these individuals genuinely mean only to criticise the policies of the Government of Israel, and have no intention to offend British Jewish people, they should criticise “the Israeli Government”, and not “Zionists”. For the purposes of criminal or disciplinary investigations, use of the words ‘Zionist’ or ‘Zio’ in an accusatory or abusive context should be considered inflammatory and potentially antisemitic. This should be communicated by the Government and political parties to those responsible for determining whether or not an incident should be regarded as antisemitic. (Paragraph 32)"
Loved the "59%".of British Jewish people". Obviously based on a poll of some kind possibly inspired by a Zionis inspired "Peace" Think Tank. Interesting percentage. Apparently according to another poll in 2015l 59% of 18-24 year olds in the UK believe in extra terrestrials.
Criticism of these latter could of course be defined as anti-extraterrestrialism.