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“If Channel 4 was seriously concerned about anti-semitism then the last person to present it would have been Richard Littlejohn. This is the same person who said of the Rwandan genocide: “Does anyone really give a monkey’s about what happens in Rwanda? If the Mbongo tribe wants to wipe out the Mbingo tribe then as far as I am concerned that is entirely a matter for them” – which is a direct take from the late Alan Clark’s infamous remark about “bongo bongo land”.
“He has also called the Palestinians “the pikeys of the Middle East” and suggested that it was time to “wring [their] necks”. “Pikey” is a racist reference to Gypsies, one of Littlejohn’s pet hates, along with gays and asylum seekers.
“The main thrust of the programme was the alleged increase in anti-semitism. Yet even the statistics used by the All-Party Parliamentary Committee on Anti-semitism show (paragraph 29, page 14) that there was a 14% decline in anti-semitic incidents from 2004 to 2005.
“The truth is that when Jews were really the targets of anti-semitism, the Richard Littlejohns of the day were vehement in attacking them. And the paper he writes for, the Daily Mail, was an ardent enthusiast for Hitler and Oswald Moseley. What it says about Muslims today was then directed at Jews.
“For Littlejohn anti-Zionism equals anti-semitism. Why? Because the “new anti-semitism” means opposition to the Israeli state. If you oppose a state where, in an opinion poll, 75% of Jews don’t want to live next to an Arab, why is that anti-semitic?” Tony Greenstein, http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfr…
“Richard Littlejohn lecturing on the evils of bigotry is akin to Hannibal Lecter advocating vegetarianism. But let’s not be churlish. As he points out, there has been an alarming rise in anti-semitic hate crime recently in the UK, and he endeavours to find out why the one minority he doesn’t pick on is so vilified by everyone from bad Muslims to bad lefties to the far right.” – Gareth McLean http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2007/…