Yawn, yawn, yawn. Jew, jew, jew.
Are we "allowed, to say..." or write, this or that? Somewhat depends, on who we are.
The implication could be about tiring and hearing about Jews. The sarcasm making light of the monster of monsters in our midst. The growing scourge of our times. When all freedoms of accepted speech, we're told, need revising to accommodate.
Bow we must and firm warnings off yapping out of line. Starting with those easiest to prod and see cower into immediate apologies. An example to us, made among the leaders of the land and like.
While claims of double-standards aren't accepted. We have an exception and it's of course, Jewish persecution.
Which has to introduce this now most repeated, "am I..." phrase and qualification. Uttered by any dare reckon truth-teller. Or not even such a teller, but into the political world and less digging-deep commentator. Candidacy is protesting UK's number one news-based hot spot, and the problems for Palestinians. A gateway for the Left and what else their neighbourhood bully is about.
This year's black. The war not to mention. Where crimespeak punishments await as the inspectors trawl away. Algorithms alerting, bet trendy looking, Stasi-comparable workers. Termination triggering YouTube strikes or restriction. Off the XYZ platform, you go.
Have a public normie profile, which is about the only kind going, and are we allowed, is the question. Reflecting an ever-broadening menu and can-complain-about territory.
Again and again and... the punishers never miss a digit. For famous faces, it's lock-down and make-sure y'suck up when the bell of outrage rings. Forget open inquiry and speaking about certain controversies. Not sharing an "amen" over the caught and shamed is enough to warrant attention.
"Am I..." Should I? Know him/her, liked 'em. What to do?" Sing with the inquisition or suspicion back on ya?
Have been off any direct news-service website for a while. Refreshing move. Might follow a link but never initially go-on anywhere. Missing the News as reported is healthy. Albeit, suffering for another, take-in TV at Six and Ten versions. Saved somewhat by Christian-choruses blaring in the earbuds. Drowns out the poisoning chatter and banal come ridiculous propaganda.
This early morn. Look for another kind of news: Has Owen Benjamin been 'allowed' to broadcast one more on YouTube? He mentions the Jews -- and lots so is awaiting the kick-off.
The unmentionables charts have jostling contenders for primo said-to-be public enemy number one.
Especially purged are falsey's and hoaxies talk. Albeit they're not so much mentioned these days. Except in by and large quiet corners of YouTube with small numbers visiting. Always sigh at the numbers. Stupid so low.
Leave a few at it, lets out steam. Only other airing is in comments. All sorts of sites that themselves try to keep -- for the most part/or full-on -- one step removed from such claims.
Bemoaned somewhere recently 'no Left' about. Well, gifts from the wise men, or as Owen says; "the men in little hats".
The Left is provoked to deal with an opening up to the conspiracy of the world we live in. Bashing Corbyn and nearest to their Labour movement have got them going.
Bingo and the three-bells by-product is tougher debate over Jewish people. The historical and contemporary roles by those named, hidden and hard-core in allegiance.
Think of the Seeds song and "pushin' too hard, pushin' too hard" and the size-up.
Kit Knightly writes:
This isn’t about Jews. It was never about Jews. That has been my position from the beginning. What’s different now, is that the other side has finally admitted it: This is about socialism. That’s been made obvious just in the last few days.
And so we circle back to John McTernan’s piece in the Financial Times, headlined “Labour’s mistake is to believe there are no enemies to the left”. His argument is that:
"All of these [anti-semitic tropes] feature in the criticism of Israel and the so-called Israel lobby. They can easily be moulded into a critique of capitalism too. Rhetoric about the 1 per cent and economic inequality has the same underlying theme…So anti-capitalism masks and normalises anti-Semitism.“
Run out of steam. Not said much. All am appreciating is the convergence and clashing, the upshot of the nonsense backfiring.
'You're pushin' too hard, uh-pushin' on me
You're pushin' too hard, uh-what you want me to be
You're pushin' too hard about the things you say
You're pushin' too hard every night and day
You're pushin' too hard
Pushin' too hard on me (too hard)'