The following is an article posted by one of our contributors who was surprised from such honesty coming from BBC. But, actually the link was a cleverly constructed hoax with a sharp little turn by linking the top of the BBC masthead back to the BBC itself. However the subject matter is so simple and compelling, it gives one pause to wonder why there are not many articles like this in a mainstream media that supposedly is unbiased! Here’s the article for your inspection and thought. Of course, what can we expect from a media network which as dedicated Zionist as head of its most influential division, BBC Television: Mr. Cohen. —
BBC Religious Correspondent Caroline Wyatt investigates a question on the mind of a nation too afraid to ask it.
In rational, post-Enlightenment Europe, religion has long since been relegated to a safe space, with Judaism and Christianity the safe targets of satire in secular western societies.
Not so Islam. It is commonly held and agreed that the primary motive behind the Charlie Hebdo attack was to harm the cartoonists of the Paris based publication. 5 of the total number of victims killed were cartoonists. Only one cartoonist was listed as being Jewish.
The political spin given to the whole affair was one of ‘anti semitism’.
The shooting at the French Kosher Market was linked to the Charlie Hebdo atrocity solely on the grounds that the demands made by the hostage takers related to the perpetrators. And suddenly ‘Je Suis Juif’ placards materialise.
Shortly after, a raft of UK police are patrolling the streets of England among Jewish communities that do not appear to have ever been threatened and Theresa May claims “The UK must redouble its efforts to “wipe out anti-Semitism“.
As confusing as it may seem to any rational onlooker, when you start to analyse the make up of, and the influences exerted upon, the UK government, the Home Secretary’s response starts to make sense. They are the fears of a minority group attempting to maintain control of the majority. They were afraid, so they wished to protect their own.