Why Everyone Should Fear and Loathe Zionism
Update: this letter was circulated around, it appears to be from a fraudulent source.
Pete Loud was sent this threatening letter last month from the JDL.
19 August 2012
Dear Mr Loud
We are fully aware of your continuous attempts to vilify the State of Israel via your own websites and the comments that you post on third party forums. We respect your right to express your views - however offensive and factually incorrect (the lies that you promote as 'fact' are typical of your kind), and we accept that you have that prerogative.
However, your dishonest, disingenuous claims that you are not anti-semitic do not ring true when viewed in the context of one of the images that appears on several of your web pages. You have 'doctored' the Star of David (a symbol that has great significance and resonance for ALL Jews, not just Israelis) so that it appears with a nazi Swastika as it's central motif. This is a clear and blatant attempt to not only cause offense to the entire Jewish race, but to also incite anti-semitism. As such, you are committing a very serious criminal offense. The last person in the UK to display similar imagery on line received a long prison sentence.
If that image remains in place on your website(s) 48-hours from now, then we intend to make a formal complaint about you to the police. And if they cannot force you to remove it, then we will. In the middle of the last century, Jews had no right of response when we were vilified and attacked by your ideological soulmates, but those days are long gone. Jews are now a strong and resourceful people, and when we are attacked and/or demonised, we respond with all the resources at our disposal and with extreme prejudice.
There are three things that you should remember: the saying that we live by is 'never again'; our hatred of scum like you is even stronger than your hatred of us; we didn't choose you as an enemy, you chose us.
Danny Levi The Jewish Defense League
*Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind.*
“My unpardonable crime,” said Boris Lunachev, a former leader of the Communist Youth in Russia, “was to call a Jew a Jew.” That also seems to the opinion of Google.