Reader’s letter: “Where’s the Jews?”

February 4, 2024 by  
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“Police find no evidence of anti-Semitic chant at pro-Palestine rally”.

So the news headline summarised the police statement. Accurately.


Only, and instead, “Where’s the Jews?”


Here in this context those words mean either “Where are the Jews? We are after them, want to get at them”

or “They’re not here, are they? We have made sure they don’t dare come to the CBD, show their faces. So our intimidation has worked.”

What is not anti-Jewish about that?

Again, it’s hardly innocuous.

The NSW police and state government need to be made, or helped, to understand that.


No (technical) evidence, so they claim, of a certain, specific chant [“Gas” or “f**k the Jews” .. ..].

Only technical evidence —– a mere trifling matter, supposedly!—– of the uttering and chanting  [so the police experts say] of the expression “Where’s the Jews?”

But that too is intimidatory anti-Semitic speech. And provocation.

This can hardly be said not to be anti-Semitic.

“Police find no evidence of any anti-Semitic chant at pro-Palestine rally”.

I think not.

And their own foolishly paraded, ridiculous “expert research” proves otherwise.

Condemned out of their own mouths, by their own “evidence”.

Clive Kessler



One Response to “Reader’s letter: “Where’s the Jews?””
  1. Liat Kirby says:

    Absolutely correct, Clive Kessler. An extraordinary whitewash. And we shouldn’t leave it at that.

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