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If you take the U.K as an example, there is a huge problem with anti-Semitism, specifically in the Labour Party. Corbyn lost the recent General Election because of Brexit, and because of multiple cases of racism within his own party. Labour were only the second U.K political party in history to be reported to the Equalities Commission, following several vile rants by MP’s. Corbyn attended a commemoration for terrorists, responsible for killing Jewish athletes in the Munich Olympics of 1972. This was a shocking action by a supposed man of the people, but as his core support in the Midlands is those of Muslim Faith, It seems that votes are more important than conscience. The mass immigration around Europe usually excludes Christians and Jews, and is mainly comprised of those from Islamic regions of Africa and the Middle East. Politicians eager to get their votes, don’t consider the politics/beliefs of these new arrivals, which has endangered Jewish and Christian societies.
Talking about the US, we do not have the problem of antisemitism. Let’s be honest here…Jewish people are lobbyists and occupying the positions of power. You cannot take an isolated incident and claim that it proves antisemitism.