So-called hate crime campaigners have claimed that the spread of covid-19 conspiracy theories will inevitably lead to a rise in antisemitism. The Wiener Holocaust Library is currently staging an exhibition which examines interwar British fascism and its parallels today.
The Guardian newspaper is covering the exhibition and spoke to a Jewish community leader and the head of an anti-racism campaign:
David Rich (pictured), the director of policy at the Community Security Trust (CST), a charity providing security for the Jewish community, said the pandemic had resulted in people with antisemitic views taking central roles in the campaign against Covid vaccines and public health measures.
“We’ve increasingly been seeing people not really attached to one particular ideology but who are part of this amorphous mass fuelled by conspiracy theories. An entry point to that has come with the pandemic and the anti-vaccination movement where the language is not explicitly anti-Jewish. It means that a lot of people are at risk of getting sucked in,” said Rich, who will be among speakers at events taking place as part of the exhibition.
Of course, David Rich didn’t provide The Guardian with specifics, like the names of people with antisemitic views who are prominent in the anti-lockdown/vaccine-sceptic movement. That’s because it is bullshit.
The paper also quoted a guy called Joe Mulhall, a clown who heads up a group called Hope Not Hate. Mulhall is a coward. He appeared on Talk Radio last year (with James Whale) and made a number of allegations about the content of The Richie Allen Show.
Talk Radio refused me right of reply and Mulhall, typical of the snivelling weasel that he is, refused to appear with me.
Mulhall told The Guardian that he’s:
“concerned that individuals had become radicalised inside organisations that were now getting smaller but more extreme as the pandemic waned and would become more fixated on antisemitic beliefs.”
What a load of bollox. This is low, even by The Guardian’s standards. I have featured dozens of scientists and medical doctors on my radio show in the last eighteen months.
They came on with me to argue the case that lockdowns are devastating for public health. They came on with me to explain why they have grave reservations about the efficacy and safety of the covid-jabs.
I interview eminently qualified men and women who reached out to me as a last resort, because the legacy media has effectively banned them.
How dare The Guardian allow cretins like Joe Mulhall and David Rich, insinuate that the expert views of my guests are in any way linked to antisemitism and not challenge them. It’s disgusting, but it also highlights just how desperate they are becoming.