Redefining racism and antisemitism

The current antisemitism furore in the Labour Party is about redefining antisemitism and what people call racism. There is only one human race.

We live in an era that is redefining the most basic terms, redefining marriage and gender by self-declaration, supported by the Prime Minister Theresa May.

It is a feature of current society that words are defined and redefined according to each person’s perspective, reminding us of Humpty Dumpty’s assertion: “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.”

That was in 1872, but the more recent phase began with the Macpherson Report which mistakenly defined racism in subjective rather than objective terms.   Since then, subjective ‘taking offence’ has trumped objective ‘giving offence’.  This has spread through our unequal Equalities legislation to the great detriment of those groups judged less equal than others and dumped unceremoniously and unequally at the bottom of the equality pecking list.

It has taken decades for the chattering classes to discover the inconsistencies in its working definitions and their application.  The chickens are coming home to roost, and not a moment too soon.

It is part of the on-going language battle, which has some distance to run.  Feminists do not accept female self-declaring men into the female sisterhood, and they are in open warfare against the gender-bending community who are attacking them for not doing so.  There will be more to come.

There ought to be no such thing as racism because there is only one human race.  What people are talking about are different ethnic groups.  If they knew the Bible better they would not make such an elementary mistake.

“God has made of one blood all nations of men.”

The Acts of the Apostles, 17:26.

Jesus said to His disciples: “Go and make disciples of all ethnic groups, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.” His global message of God’s free salvation was to exclude none.

Jesus’ Great Commission to the Christian Church: Matthew 28:19.


26 Mar 2018: Jeremy Corbyn and antisemitism.

3 Jun 2018: Colonel Richard Kemp.

6 Jul 2018: There is only one human race. UK Labour Party’s internal disagreement on definitions.

22 Jul 2018: damage limitation in the Labour Party.

23 Jul 2018: Margaret Hodge, Labour MP.

8 Nov 2018: Jordan Peterson on the UK restriction of freedom of speech.

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