Monday, July 15, 2024

Leftist Media Claims ‘Globalist’ Is Now Anti-Semitic Slur

‘As ever, they are the very thing they accuse us of...’

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) In an effort to attack British conservatives, left-wing activists claimed that using the term “globalist” was racist against Jewish people, according to Breitbart.

“Jeremy Hunt is now running the country. This is a globalist coup,” tweeted Nigel Farage, the leader of the Brexit movement, criticizing the finance minister of new British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

Farage and his fellow British nationalists have made similar comments about other appointments. Indeed, Sunak and his two predecessors, Boris Johnson and Liz Truss, have all fielded allegations that they were sympathetic to globalist organizations like the World Economic Forum.

Sunak, whose parents were born in east Africa, is of Punjabi Hindu descent. However, the Southampton native prospered as a hedge-fund investor and banker for Goldman Sachs.

Hunt is a member of the Church of England.

The closest thing to anti-Semitism against Sunak’s government would be criticism of newly appointed Home Secretary Grant Shapps.

Nonetheless, Marie van der Zyl, the president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, doubled down on the accusation.

“Antisemitism experts such as the Anti-Defamation League identify ‘globalist’ as a common anti-Semitic trope based on conspiracy theories about international Jewish power,” she said, according to the Guardian.

”Politicians should avoid using the term, particularly when referring specifically to Jewish individuals,” she added.

When a caller to the LBC radio station described Sunak as a “globalist” who “doesn’t seem to love England,” LBC host Sangita Myska criticized the caller.

“As we continue this conversation, please don’t use the phrase ‘globalist’ again because many of my Jewish listeners will find that incredibly offensive because it has also been used, at times, as a racist put down to the Jewish community.”

“That’s not true,” the listener responded. “If I meant Jewish, I’d say Jewish.”

In the Twitter post where he linked the recording of the conversation, Farage included his comments about recent actions from the language police.

“Words being banned by mainstream media, this is not good.”

He also shared the definition of the word “globalism” from the Oxford English Dictionary.

Calvin Robi, an Anglican deacon and host of GB News,

“Be wary of anyone who hears ‘globalist’ and thinks ‘THE JEWS!’,” Anglican deacon and GB News host  tweeted. “As ever, they are the very thing they accuse us of…  It’s only a slur in the mind of antisemitics.”

The effort by leftist authoritarians to control the language in order to control the ideas mirrors that of political correctness in the United States.

Supporters of billionaire anti-American oligarch George Soros have often used bogus claims of anti-Semitism to deflect valid criticism of him, despite the fact that Soros, himself, has openly acknowledged being an atheist and admitted to working with the Nazis to confiscate property from his fellow Jews during Germany’s occupation of Hungary in World War II.

Meanwhile, radical leftists in America have had no qualms about propagating anti-Semitic rhetoric and tropes when telegraphing their support for the destruction of Israel to Islamic constituents.

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