My horror at whatís happening on the streets of Britain today

I AM horrified at what is taking place in Britain today.

We have blatantly antisemitic marches throughout the country every week.

Our universities are hot beds of antisemitic actions and motions.

Jewish shops and businesses have been daubed with swastikas.

Memorials are defaced with antisemitic, pro-Palestinian slogans.

Jewish schools and synagogues are having to have security posted outside their entrances.

Jews (particularly in London) are afraid to display their religion on the streets for fear of verbal and physical abuse.

And now we have the absolutely outrageous spectacle of Big Ben being lit up with a genocidal message.

The police do nothing. ďItís not a crime,Ē they say.

What is then?. This is becoming like Germany in 1939.

Adolf Hitler, were he alive today, would be very proud and happy.

What did our brave soldiers give their lives for?

I wonder!

Dennis Fisher,
38, Stonegate Way,
Queenshill Avenue,

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