EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The anti-Semitism crises exploding in the British Labour Party and threatening to erupt in the US Democratic Party have complex sources in both the elites and the middle class. These include the logic of socialism, which opposes Jewish difference; rejection of the nation-state, which Jews still embrace; and conventional nineteenth-century beliefs in Jewish greed and conspiracies. Post-colonial guilt has also led to multiculturalism and societal self-mortification through Muslim mass immigration, which has enormously exacerbated anti-Semitism and terrorism. The trends in Europe and Britain portend negative changes in the US for Jews and Israel.
Western political parties are undergoing astonishing anti-Semitism crises. The British Labour Party and its leader Jeremy Corbyn have been exposed as deeply and irrevocably anti-Semitic. The US Democratic Party has now nominated nearly a half dozen candidates for Congress who are implacably opposed to Israel and stands on the verge of a millennial-driven transformation into Labour. Accusations of Jewish disloyalty and Israeli conspiracies are common, as are threats to banish Israel from the community of nations.