will allow participants to "share perspectives" in the run-up to the United Nations climate change conference this year.Why, you may ask, is the Board of Deputies of British Jews (whose mission is to protect the interests of British Jews) spending its donors' money on climate change activism when the community is under threat from a tsunami of anti-Israel hatred and anti-Semitism (not just from extremists but from the main stream media and politicians) about which the BoD does and says nothing.
In fact, I have written many articles over the last few years about the BoD and its increasingly leftist agenda that has nothing to do with its core mission. I provide links below to those articles but to make things simple I have produced a table summarising what the BoD do and do not do. The BoD is funded by all Synagogue members in the UK who pay (mostly unwittingly) the added "BoD levy" to their fees. I strongly recommend you refuse to pay the levy (it is entirely voluntary) for this increasingly ludicrous and pointless organisation.
The Board of Deputies Activities
- Board of Deputies spends three times as much on pandering to radical Islam as it does on combatting anti-Semitism
- What is the BoD doing to combat "Israel apartheid" week
- BoD bullies Zionist Federation into boycotting pro-Israel speaker
- BoD's deal with the Muslim Brotherhood
- On the hypocrisy of the Golders Green demo threat
- BoD: proud to have kept a low profile for over 200 years
- More on the Jewish Board of Deputies disgraceful kowtowing to Islamists
- UK bans Spencer and Geller: free speech is dead in the UK and the ban was supported by the Board of Deputies
- Geller and Spencer were banned from the UK because of their 'pro-Israel views'
- A Statement on behalf of the UK Jewish Board of Deputies on the banning of Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller from entering the UK
- Board of Deputies partners antisemitic and ferociously anti-Israel Oxfam
- Britain's 'official Jews' submit to Islam
- Panel debate: more cluelessness and lack of activity from the Board of Deputies
- Leading to surrender