Melanie Phillips

Last updated on 2017-03-28T15:09+0300.

About this image

sign

Quotes... Extracted quotes from

Melanie Phillips writes : “Some of us try to make ourselves unique by etching artificial meaning into our skin,” External link

newstatesman Tuesday, February 8, 2022 8:15:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips notes : "The European Commission just released a new program of fighting antisemitism and promoting Jewish life and culture in Germany and all of Europe. The commission says it will work against antisemitic content online, and will develop “counter-narratives”. Very good. Yet Ms. Phillips makes clear the utter hypocrisy: She says that “the European Union (in which Germany is the largest nation) continues to funnel money to the Palestinians even while they pour out antisemitism and remain committed to eradicating Israel. Their educational materials, for which the EU helps pay, promote hatred of Jews and incitement to murder Israelis and steal their land. “The EU also enables the Palestinian Authority to pay the families of terrorists for murdering Israelis. Last December, the PA announced that the EU had contributed 54 percent of the cost of benefits for ‘needy’ families. By so substantially helping provide for the ‘Palestinian needy’ the EU allows the PA to use its own funds in order to pay rewards for terror. The purported wall between welfare assistance and ‘pay-for-slay’ is an illusion. “The EU is also pouring money in to create a de facto Palestinian state, regardless of the Palestinian strategy of using such a state to destroy Israel and while the EU condemns Israel for “illegally” building homes for Israelis in these disputed territories”. Phillips also notes that the Palestinian news service Wafa recently reported that Germany had pledged 100 million euros to the Palestinian Authority over the next two years for projects in the Gaza Strip, eastern Jerusalem and Palestinian settlements in “Area C”. How can the EU and Germany officially be committed to fighting terrorism but support, politically in the UN and financially, the Palestinian Authority which clearly uses part of the EU financial support to incentivize terrorism and pay pensions to the family of terrorists who kill civilians? Does Germany think that its “special relationship with Israel requires it to help set up an Islamist terror state pledged in its education system and media to incite its people to murdering another six million Jews, this time in our ancestral home of Israel? Phillips worries that Germany’s pledge of financial support for the Palestinians is “merely an instalment of a 3 billion euro spending plan by 2030 designed to advance the creation of a Palestinian state, with different countries being allocated different areas in which to concentrate their funds”. Perhaps German cash can assist in the area of brainwashing the Arab youth into giving their lives in the jihadist murder of Jewish children, which is clearly one of the “success stories” of tyrannical Islamism. It is estimated that Nazi Germany killed one million Jewish children. Am I politically incorrect to suggest that Germany should be the last country to assist in killing Jewish children? Or does German support for the murderers of Jews help obviate the nastiness and evil of German history? Does that support, like the rest of the Western Left, allow them to replace Christianity with secular leftist virtue signalling - , the new religion that has replaced the old one that proclaimed, “Thou shalt not kill”... , I have suggested Germany has an important moral choice - if Germany still sees a special relationship with the Jews including Israelis, it should stop its complicity with the Jew-hating nations. Germany’s historic guilt will not be assuaged by catering to Islamist refugees and harming the Jewish State, which now has a bit over 6 million Jews, the same number as the Nazis killed in their “Final Solution”. It is time for Germany to accept the truth. It has a choice it has to choose between being a friend with a “special relationship” or a foe with a “normalized” EU type of relationship with Israel and the Arabs. Why does the Jewish state fail to see that Germany under Merkel has already made its choice, and it is not a good choice for our people? What is the defect in our culture, our history and our religion, that we debase ourselves by honoring a foe as we would a friend? Do we think that European nations, including most especially Germany, that, it is now clear, support the Islamist murder of Israelis and Jews around the world, deserve a pass on their emnity? Is the problem with us that we see “peace, peace when there is no peace”? Is it time for Israel to supplement its military and economic strength with a moral strength where we stop blaming ourselves in an ill-timed masochism? Should we instead start blaming supposed friends like Germany for the continuation of Iranian threats and Palestinian Arab terrorism financed by our friends as much as by our foes. There is another, somewhat painful, part of our history that can be avoided when we gloss over reality when it comes to Germany. This pertains to how the Zionist leadership during the Shoah, had an ideology of seeing themselves as a New Jew, different from the European Jewish ghetto dwellers. This ideology helps explain some of the historical record on what the Zionist leadership did or did not do on behalf of the Jews in the Shoah. Chaim Weizman, the first President of the State of Israel, in his autobiography, Trial and Error , only spends one page on the Shoah. The secular socialists, who founded the State, in some ways repressed a very painful Jewish history, wherein the Zionist leadership in Palestine as well as America, had trouble making the fate of the six million as important as their supposed (and proper) solution to the next Holocaust. This attitude was changed with the arrest in 1960 and the hanging in 1962 of the Nazi Holocaust organizer, Adolf Eichmann. His trial, covered extensively in Israeli and international media, forced the Israelis and the rest of the world to decide whether Eichmann was to be seen just as a bureaucrat evidencing in Hannah Arendt’s opinion the “banality of evil” or an evil both profound and key to the murder of six million. The tension between the two understandings of Eichmann went a long way to obviate the repression of anger, but it did not end it. A mere five years after Eichmann’s hanging, the surrounding Arab nations invaded Israel to attempt to complete the Holocaust. The whole topic of how one can operate a state and raise new generation, with the knowledge that no only Arabs hated you but that the cultured Europe participated in genocide was avoided somewhat due to the joy that Israel had won the war and once again Jews had sovereignty in all of Jerusalem and the historic Judea and Samaria. Israelis busied themselves with visiting and renovating sites that had been Judenrein between 1948 and 1967, especially in old East Jerusalem and the Temple site. However, General Moshe Dayan showed that the anti-Jewish notion of tolerance of evil had contaminated the thinking of the New Jews, when he turned over the Temple Mount to the jurisdiction of the Arabs, a folly that in time has become understood. And so, part of the transformation into the New Jew involved repressing the anger about how non-Jews have treated us, including the genocide of the Shoah and pursuing a Christian-like tolerance of people who taught their children to grow up to kill Jews who were never to be given the tolerance that the Jews gave them. Dr. Bernard Golden, a specialist in anger management and the effects of suppressing anger has written in Psychology Today in June, 2021, an interesting piece on suppression of anger. He says: “Many of us use suppression from time to time in the management of anger. It can at some moments be constructive, as when we postpone a heated discussion of conflict for a more suitable time. However, the impact of employing this defense mechanism is significantly more detrimental if it is routinely used to deal with anger. Suppressed anger doesn’t just go away. “Our anger is typically a reaction to some form of emotional pain: i.e., feeling disrespected, powerless, diminished, shame, guilt , or sadness. However, our feelings and thoughts seek to be acknowledged and honored. " External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, November 3, 2021 12:07:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips said : "Every month we send an art box to families so they can do it together," External link

wrcbtv Thursday, October 28, 2021 7:43:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips said : “We are probably going to outgrow it within the next month or two,” External link

wrcbtv Friday, April 16, 2021 4:12:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips said : “Virtual learning, you can’t have art,” “So there was a mix of kids are home and kids can do art and need activities” External link

wrcbtv Friday, April 16, 2021 4:12:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips says : “I am looking forward to Thanksgiving Day more than I have in 15 years,” External link

WashingtonPost Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:23:00 AM EAT

Melanie Phillips claiming : “MMR safe? Baloney. This is one scandal that’s getting worse” External link

guardian Friday, November 13, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips claiming : “MMR safe? Baloney. This is one scandal that’s getting worse” External link

msn-uk Friday, November 13, 2020 3:48:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips remarked : "outraged by the killing of Floyd, declared 'solidarity' with the Black community and called for 'an end' to 'systemic racism.'" External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, June 10, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips remarked : "They make no protest against the specifically targeted attacks on synagogues and Jewish businesses" External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, June 10, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips said : “How far do we go with this? I’m not condoning Boswell, but we have a fraudster and a murderer on the wall,” External link

westerntelegraph Friday, February 14, 2020 5:00:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips says : "Much misrepresented and traduced, Sir Roger analysed, defended and embodied conservatism which he understood to a rare degree. He articulated and championed the deep connections between conservatism, the English countryside and national identity. " External link

heraldscotland Wednesday, January 15, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Melanie Phillips explains : "The challenge was to create a solution for small scale organic farmers of ground grown product that keeps them connected to their crops. We wanted to reduce physical labor and maximize output for organic farmers by making soil preparation efficient and enjoyable," External link

phys Tuesday, July 23, 2019 3:47:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips says : "It gives organic farmers time to do the crop handling activities they enjoy," External link

phys Tuesday, July 23, 2019 3:47:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips writes : “If Israel were ever to go down,” External link

jpost Saturday, March 23, 2019 8:41:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips says : “Britain is the authentic nation in this battle” External link

thejournal Wednesday, March 8, 2017 12:14:00 AM EAT

Melanie Phillips writes ( about President Trump ) : “President Trump’s executive order suspending immigration from certain countries has taken the hysteria over his arrival in the White House to an unprecedented level...,” External link

csmonitor Sunday, February 12, 2017 1:45:00 AM EAT

Melanie Phillips wrote : “In the grip of a group-think that causes them to genuflect to victim-culture and the deconstruction of western morality and the concept of truth,” External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, August 17, 2016 10:23:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips wrote : “In the grip of a group-think that causes them to genuflect to victim-culture and the deconstruction of western morality and the concept of truth,” External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, August 17, 2016 10:23:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips wrote : “I am in favor of Britain leaving the EU so that it can become once again a democratic, self-governing nation. I also believe it would be in the interests of the US, Israel and Europe itself if the EU were to break up” External link

israelnationalnews Tuesday, June 14, 2016 1:49:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
journalist43.48%EN09/22/201722/09/2017
speaker4.35%EN07/29/201729/07/2017
director17.39%EN12/22/201622/12/2016
finance director8.70%EN12/22/201622/12/2016
commentator4.35%EN08/17/201617/08/2016
councillor17.39%EN07/25/201625/07/2016
author4.35%EN06/13/201613/06/2016
Names Lang Count
Melanie PhillipsEN91.96%
Melanie PhilipsEN8.04%
Melanie PhillipsFR0.00%


 
Show/hide duplicate news articles.
<<10<12345678910>>>10
 
Show/hide duplicate news articles.
<<10<12345678910>>>10

Tools

Load latest edition

Monday, October 3, 2022

2:36:00 PM EAT

Languages Collapse menu...Expand menu...

Select your languages

af
am
ar
de
en
es
fr
ha
pt
rw
sw
all
Show additional languagesHide additional languages

Interface:

Legend Collapse menu...Expand menu...


Quotes... Explore Relations


EMM Visual Explorer


AfricaBrief

Melanie Phillips

Last updated on 2017-03-28T15:09+0300.

About this image

sign

Quotes... Extracted quotes from

Melanie Phillips writes : “Some of us try to make ourselves unique by etching artificial meaning into our skin,” External link

newstatesman Tuesday, February 8, 2022 8:15:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips notes : "The European Commission just released a new program of fighting antisemitism and promoting Jewish life and culture in Germany and all of Europe. The commission says it will work against antisemitic content online, and will develop “counter-narratives”. Very good. Yet Ms. Phillips makes clear the utter hypocrisy: She says that “the European Union (in which Germany is the largest nation) continues to funnel money to the Palestinians even while they pour out antisemitism and remain committed to eradicating Israel. Their educational materials, for which the EU helps pay, promote hatred of Jews and incitement to murder Israelis and steal their land. “The EU also enables the Palestinian Authority to pay the families of terrorists for murdering Israelis. Last December, the PA announced that the EU had contributed 54 percent of the cost of benefits for ‘needy’ families. By so substantially helping provide for the ‘Palestinian needy’ the EU allows the PA to use its own funds in order to pay rewards for terror. The purported wall between welfare assistance and ‘pay-for-slay’ is an illusion. “The EU is also pouring money in to create a de facto Palestinian state, regardless of the Palestinian strategy of using such a state to destroy Israel and while the EU condemns Israel for “illegally” building homes for Israelis in these disputed territories”. Phillips also notes that the Palestinian news service Wafa recently reported that Germany had pledged 100 million euros to the Palestinian Authority over the next two years for projects in the Gaza Strip, eastern Jerusalem and Palestinian settlements in “Area C”. How can the EU and Germany officially be committed to fighting terrorism but support, politically in the UN and financially, the Palestinian Authority which clearly uses part of the EU financial support to incentivize terrorism and pay pensions to the family of terrorists who kill civilians? Does Germany think that its “special relationship with Israel requires it to help set up an Islamist terror state pledged in its education system and media to incite its people to murdering another six million Jews, this time in our ancestral home of Israel? Phillips worries that Germany’s pledge of financial support for the Palestinians is “merely an instalment of a 3 billion euro spending plan by 2030 designed to advance the creation of a Palestinian state, with different countries being allocated different areas in which to concentrate their funds”. Perhaps German cash can assist in the area of brainwashing the Arab youth into giving their lives in the jihadist murder of Jewish children, which is clearly one of the “success stories” of tyrannical Islamism. It is estimated that Nazi Germany killed one million Jewish children. Am I politically incorrect to suggest that Germany should be the last country to assist in killing Jewish children? Or does German support for the murderers of Jews help obviate the nastiness and evil of German history? Does that support, like the rest of the Western Left, allow them to replace Christianity with secular leftist virtue signalling - , the new religion that has replaced the old one that proclaimed, “Thou shalt not kill”... , I have suggested Germany has an important moral choice - if Germany still sees a special relationship with the Jews including Israelis, it should stop its complicity with the Jew-hating nations. Germany’s historic guilt will not be assuaged by catering to Islamist refugees and harming the Jewish State, which now has a bit over 6 million Jews, the same number as the Nazis killed in their “Final Solution”. It is time for Germany to accept the truth. It has a choice it has to choose between being a friend with a “special relationship” or a foe with a “normalized” EU type of relationship with Israel and the Arabs. Why does the Jewish state fail to see that Germany under Merkel has already made its choice, and it is not a good choice for our people? What is the defect in our culture, our history and our religion, that we debase ourselves by honoring a foe as we would a friend? Do we think that European nations, including most especially Germany, that, it is now clear, support the Islamist murder of Israelis and Jews around the world, deserve a pass on their emnity? Is the problem with us that we see “peace, peace when there is no peace”? Is it time for Israel to supplement its military and economic strength with a moral strength where we stop blaming ourselves in an ill-timed masochism? Should we instead start blaming supposed friends like Germany for the continuation of Iranian threats and Palestinian Arab terrorism financed by our friends as much as by our foes. There is another, somewhat painful, part of our history that can be avoided when we gloss over reality when it comes to Germany. This pertains to how the Zionist leadership during the Shoah, had an ideology of seeing themselves as a New Jew, different from the European Jewish ghetto dwellers. This ideology helps explain some of the historical record on what the Zionist leadership did or did not do on behalf of the Jews in the Shoah. Chaim Weizman, the first President of the State of Israel, in his autobiography, Trial and Error , only spends one page on the Shoah. The secular socialists, who founded the State, in some ways repressed a very painful Jewish history, wherein the Zionist leadership in Palestine as well as America, had trouble making the fate of the six million as important as their supposed (and proper) solution to the next Holocaust. This attitude was changed with the arrest in 1960 and the hanging in 1962 of the Nazi Holocaust organizer, Adolf Eichmann. His trial, covered extensively in Israeli and international media, forced the Israelis and the rest of the world to decide whether Eichmann was to be seen just as a bureaucrat evidencing in Hannah Arendt’s opinion the “banality of evil” or an evil both profound and key to the murder of six million. The tension between the two understandings of Eichmann went a long way to obviate the repression of anger, but it did not end it. A mere five years after Eichmann’s hanging, the surrounding Arab nations invaded Israel to attempt to complete the Holocaust. The whole topic of how one can operate a state and raise new generation, with the knowledge that no only Arabs hated you but that the cultured Europe participated in genocide was avoided somewhat due to the joy that Israel had won the war and once again Jews had sovereignty in all of Jerusalem and the historic Judea and Samaria. Israelis busied themselves with visiting and renovating sites that had been Judenrein between 1948 and 1967, especially in old East Jerusalem and the Temple site. However, General Moshe Dayan showed that the anti-Jewish notion of tolerance of evil had contaminated the thinking of the New Jews, when he turned over the Temple Mount to the jurisdiction of the Arabs, a folly that in time has become understood. And so, part of the transformation into the New Jew involved repressing the anger about how non-Jews have treated us, including the genocide of the Shoah and pursuing a Christian-like tolerance of people who taught their children to grow up to kill Jews who were never to be given the tolerance that the Jews gave them. Dr. Bernard Golden, a specialist in anger management and the effects of suppressing anger has written in Psychology Today in June, 2021, an interesting piece on suppression of anger. He says: “Many of us use suppression from time to time in the management of anger. It can at some moments be constructive, as when we postpone a heated discussion of conflict for a more suitable time. However, the impact of employing this defense mechanism is significantly more detrimental if it is routinely used to deal with anger. Suppressed anger doesn’t just go away. “Our anger is typically a reaction to some form of emotional pain: i.e., feeling disrespected, powerless, diminished, shame, guilt , or sadness. However, our feelings and thoughts seek to be acknowledged and honored. " External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, November 3, 2021 12:07:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips said : "Every month we send an art box to families so they can do it together," External link

wrcbtv Thursday, October 28, 2021 7:43:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips said : “We are probably going to outgrow it within the next month or two,” External link

wrcbtv Friday, April 16, 2021 4:12:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips said : “Virtual learning, you can’t have art,” “So there was a mix of kids are home and kids can do art and need activities” External link

wrcbtv Friday, April 16, 2021 4:12:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips says : “I am looking forward to Thanksgiving Day more than I have in 15 years,” External link

WashingtonPost Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:23:00 AM EAT

Melanie Phillips claiming : “MMR safe? Baloney. This is one scandal that’s getting worse” External link

guardian Friday, November 13, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips claiming : “MMR safe? Baloney. This is one scandal that’s getting worse” External link

msn-uk Friday, November 13, 2020 3:48:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips remarked : "outraged by the killing of Floyd, declared 'solidarity' with the Black community and called for 'an end' to 'systemic racism.'" External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, June 10, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips remarked : "They make no protest against the specifically targeted attacks on synagogues and Jewish businesses" External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, June 10, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips said : “How far do we go with this? I’m not condoning Boswell, but we have a fraudster and a murderer on the wall,” External link

westerntelegraph Friday, February 14, 2020 5:00:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips says : "Much misrepresented and traduced, Sir Roger analysed, defended and embodied conservatism which he understood to a rare degree. He articulated and championed the deep connections between conservatism, the English countryside and national identity. " External link

heraldscotland Wednesday, January 15, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Melanie Phillips explains : "The challenge was to create a solution for small scale organic farmers of ground grown product that keeps them connected to their crops. We wanted to reduce physical labor and maximize output for organic farmers by making soil preparation efficient and enjoyable," External link

phys Tuesday, July 23, 2019 3:47:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips says : "It gives organic farmers time to do the crop handling activities they enjoy," External link

phys Tuesday, July 23, 2019 3:47:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips writes : “If Israel were ever to go down,” External link

jpost Saturday, March 23, 2019 8:41:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips says : “Britain is the authentic nation in this battle” External link

thejournal Wednesday, March 8, 2017 12:14:00 AM EAT

Melanie Phillips writes ( about President Trump ) : “President Trump’s executive order suspending immigration from certain countries has taken the hysteria over his arrival in the White House to an unprecedented level...,” External link

csmonitor Sunday, February 12, 2017 1:45:00 AM EAT

Melanie Phillips wrote : “In the grip of a group-think that causes them to genuflect to victim-culture and the deconstruction of western morality and the concept of truth,” External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, August 17, 2016 10:23:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips wrote : “In the grip of a group-think that causes them to genuflect to victim-culture and the deconstruction of western morality and the concept of truth,” External link

israelnationalnews Wednesday, August 17, 2016 10:23:00 PM EAT

Melanie Phillips wrote : “I am in favor of Britain leaving the EU so that it can become once again a democratic, self-governing nation. I also believe it would be in the interests of the US, Israel and Europe itself if the EU were to break up” External link

israelnationalnews Tuesday, June 14, 2016 1:49:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
journalist43.48%EN09/22/201722/09/2017
speaker4.35%EN07/29/201729/07/2017
director17.39%EN12/22/201622/12/2016
finance director8.70%EN12/22/201622/12/2016
commentator4.35%EN08/17/201617/08/2016
councillor17.39%EN07/25/201625/07/2016
author4.35%EN06/13/201613/06/2016
Names Lang Count
Melanie PhillipsEN91.96%
Melanie PhilipsEN8.04%
Melanie PhillipsFR0.00%


<<10<12345678910>>>10
<<10<12345678910>>>10

Tools

Load latest edition

Monday, October 3, 2022

2:36:00 PM EAT


Quotes... Explore Relations


EMM Visual Explorer