Tuesday, May 09, 2006

British Universities to Bar Jewish Lecturers?

Oh, if only poor Adolf had lived to see this day; he would have been so proud...he was ahead of his time, I guess, and it seems as if a mere half-century later, his ideals have caught on in Britian:

The largest university and college lecturers union in Britain is likely to decide shortly to recommend that its 67,000 members boycott Israeli lecturers and academic institutions that do not publicly declare their opposition to Israeli policy in the territories.

A boycott of Jews unless they renounce their own nation? Yup.

"The conference invites members to consider their own responsibility for ensuring equity and non-discrimination in contacts with Israeli educational institutions or individuals, and to consider the appropriateness of the boycott of those that do not publicly dissociate themselves from such policies," the NATFHE motion states. It also encourages lecturers to hold meetings on the issue on campus.

'The motion explicitly says NATFHE will recognize Israeli policies, while at the same time denigrating them as "apartheid policies, including construction of the exclusion wall and discriminatory educational practices."

Yes, that wall again...how dare those Jews protect themselves!
And I wonder what "discriminatory educational practices" they refer to - the fact that Arabs in Israel get an opportunity to be educated is far more than they would likely receive in any other Muslim state; I know of no instances where Israeli Arabs are barred from attending schools. Unless they are referring to their right to preach jihad?

In closing, a taut testament to British anti-Semitism:

In the past decade, the only country whose academia NATFHE has considered boycotting is Israel.

The inner soul of Europe is foul, rotten, and decayed; 'ol Adolf knew well the fertile fields he was 'a planting...

1 comment:

Sigmund, Carl and Alfred said...

Well said.

NATFHE as the proponents of the Nurenburg Laws.

Surreal.