The inane messaging and feckless leadership behind the ‘No Fear’ campaign shows that mainstream Jewish organizations are running scared and antisemites are winning
How the German sociologist’s theory of charisma explains the effect of social media on modern politics
Cautious hope among British Jews as they wait to see how the left’s new leader handles Corbyn’s legacy of anti-Semitism
Was Bernie Sanders America’s Corbyn? How labor, socialism, and wokeness splintered into entirely different movements and exploded a traditional left coalition.
Ex-British MP Ian Austin talks about the encounters with Holocaust survivors that shamed him into leaving the Labour Party
With open anti-Semitism in Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, and Brexit looming, some British Jews are applying for passports to Germany and other European countries their parents fled
After the fall, no sign of humility from the Student Union’s casual socialists
The Labour Party’s Queen Esthers are fighting gales of abuse while hoping to save their island on Thursday from Jeremy Corbyn and his army of anti-Semitic trolls
When it comes to covering Jeremy Corbyn and anti-Semitism, mainstream outlets are having a hard time telling the truth
Why so often in history has it been permissible to speak in disparaging ways about entire subsections of humanity, and why does it seem to be that way again?
How antisemitic Soviet propaganda informs contemporary left anti-Zionism
A small act of resistance in the middle of Soho at lunchtime
A trove of communications from Britain’s Labour Party leader to his minions reveals the difference between a hipster and Hezbollah
Wondering about the future of the Democratic Party? Just look at Britain’s Labour.
The architecture of social experience online favors the promotion of conspiracy, and conspiracy theories always come back to the Jews
The lunatic left takes on J.K. Rowling for opposing anti-Semitism
A Corbyn supporter responds to Paul Berman’s critique of the Left
The first in a series responding to Paul Berman’s opus on ‘The State of the Left’ addresses the critical differences between Bernie Sanders’ older, left-wing labor tradition and Jeremy Corbyn’s New Left Third Worldism