Man does a poster. Advertises a church service. Uses what he considers to be an 'iconic image of evil' yet, gives it silence and space. Sits there. Black and white. Utterly appropriate with aim to draw a curious onlooker. Decent promotional evangelism.
No. Headlines on RT. And presumably a local hoo-ha in Cambridge student-vile.
For advocates who're particularly against what's termed 'antisemitism' direction matters more than gained ground. Boundaries seem irrelevant. It's not a battle but perpetual revolution.
Where and what are we getting roped into and heading towards, how far we going with all this?
A license to use the Aush. word and anything directly associated maybe, otherwise permissible, in a verified pro-Zionist context? Can't be another 'nigger' and black-use allowed, otherwise discrimination, because it's not 'kike'.
It's history and seemingly nowadays, any mention about this specifically aforementioned religion, come co-opting and said to be a race and their struggles and suffering is bound to get a social slap and establishment cave-in.
We must not mention Auschwitz. Because I can see no other concluding outcome?
Michael Gove at the Tory conference this week added anti-Zionism. Which he tells us, is anti-Semitism. Why not throw in the very pinnacle term itself. Not even anti-Judaism but mention J** at all.
We need a list of acceptables. Words and ideas that must not be broached. This is becoming surreally sick, and sign of all signs, of a rational redundancy. No more basis for culture and language, intent or meaning. Once this call gets embedded, codified and CPS compliant, we can say absolute goodbye to any last vestiges of what might be great in Britain. It'll be over, be done for.
An intellectual holocaust.
This uncommented upon image that forced an apology from a Cambridge Rev. is so bizarro, barely know what to write?
'I have no idea at all what the possible aim of this is...' claimed an alleged second-year student. Say debatable, because there's a small legion of paid to troll and find 'Jew-haters' that constitutes any perceived irreverent talk about.
Push, push, push and going somewhere with their cause, is our contemporary yardstick and freedoms of expression.
Responsible concerns about inflammatory racial or religious publicly displayed material has a place and the laws of the land identifying incitement.
But this cannot be more sinister. A Jesus (y'know... that Judea-one) invite, picture of a scene expressing extremes in humanity, gets the graphic designer and talker about, pilloried.
What's most mad about this?
Does no end of backlash against Zio-Israel lobbying for them'selves'. These, supposed duped or otherwise, censoring-for the Jew brigade, are Israel's most destructive, threatening and make vulnerable enemy.
With friends like this...
Cambridge college apologizes for Auschwitz Nazi death camp image on welcome leaflet by RT
Emmanuel College at Cambridge University was forced to apologize for using an image of infamous Nazi concentration camp, Auschwitz, on a leaflet for its new students.
The picture was put on the cover of the pamphlet, which invited students to the welcoming sermon at the college’s chapel on Thursday.
It featured the gates to the Auschwitz camp where over a million people were killed in 1940-45, with slogan “Arbeit Macht Frei” (‘Work makes you free’ in German) above them.
What is this college at Cambridge University thinking? Pic of Auschwitz on cover of welcome brochure for freshers.
“I have no idea at all what the possible aim of this is, or whether it's some kind of joke about entering university life,” a second-year student, who requested anonymity, said, according to the Cambridge News website.
“The students who have seen that are understandably upset,” he said, adding that the college has many Jewish students.
Emmanuel College Dean, the Rev Jeremy Caddick, explained that the leaflet wasn’t at meant as offensive or a “sick joke,” calling such claims “infuriating,” according to the Cambridge News.
The image for Auschwitz “is there because some of the choir went on a trip to Poland. It included a visit to Auschwitz. The sermon is a reflection of that,” he said.
“The point of putting the picture there is that it is an iconic image of evil,” the dean added.