Intersectionality, post-nationalism, and unrootedness.
The roots of Jeremy Corbyn’s rhetoric.
David Duke says Corbyn isn’t an anti-Semite, so that must settle the matter.
And the growing threat to Anglo-Jewry’s safety.
The problem with Jeremy Corbyn’s defenders.
It’s more than a scandal.
Labor is now institutionally anti-Semitic.
Protecting its favorite kind of anti-Semitism.
It fits too neatly with hard-left ideology.
The deepest imaginable insult.
It must be the image in his head of the Jew as bloodsucker.
The accidental anti-Semite.
Jeremy Corbyn is at it again.
The leader of the UK’s Labor party was a member of a group run by Holocaust deniers.