Non-Jewish British MP Receives Anonymous Antisemitic Christmas Card
A non-Jewish politician in the UK posted on Twitter a photo of an antisemitic Christmas card she received this week.
Stella Creasy, MP for Walthamstow, shared pictures of the card and inserted hand-written note, which arrived by snail-mail on Tuesday.
The card is an illustration of two stick figures, one adult and one child, conversing. The adults asks the child: “Do you still believe in Father Christmas?” The child asks the adult: “Do you still believe in Holocaust?”
The attached note, in which its author calls Creasy “a fake,” said, “No Jew can be Prime Minister of England, no MP can be a Jew. We are all in a Holocaust on the white race people of USA, Russia, Europe. No shame. Re Trump… There’s 70 million people in our country. Stella, you received 260 complaints. Get real. It’s the Jewish vote rig conspiracy. Stupid.”
Creasy responded on Twitter with sarcasm. “Ah Christmas — what makes that the trigger to send antisemitic greeting cards, I wonder?”
Community Security Trust, a Jewish charity, said on Wednesday that it is aware of the card and will investigate who is behind it.