Quotations by Tom Paulin
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Born: Tuesday, January 25, 1949
Everyone who supports Israel is a Zionist.
Hitler bombed London into submission but in fact it created a sense of national solidarity.
(Keywords: Fact, London, Sense, Solidarity)
I am not very moved by historical apologies.
I don't think the British carry a historical consciousness either.
I never believed that Israel had the right to exist at all.
(Keywords: Israel, Right)
I think attacks on civilians in fact boost morale.
I think protest and actions have to be organised against the Israelis and their backers. There needs to be a concerted high profile campaign to raise awareness of the people in this country.
(Keywords: People, Actions, Awareness, Country, Needs, Protest)
In my view the European culture carries a very heavy responsibility for the creation of Israel... it is a product of both British and Stalin's anti- Semitism, but the British never faced their own complicity in its construction.
(Keywords: Creation, Culture, Israel, Responsibility)
This sympathy is not translated into force against the British government because it is not like the anti- apartheid movement which had a high profile here and Mandela is a more engaging figure than Yasser Arafat.
(Keywords: Government, Sympathy, Force)
You are either a Zionist or an anti-Zionist.