A stranger accosted me in the street about anti-Semitism accusations. Intimidating?

Does anybody think it isn’t suspicious that I should be approached in the street by a complete stranger who addressed me by name and asked about the (fake, let’s remember) anti-Semitism allegations against me – five sleeps before the Labour Party disciplinary hearing that will – we hope – bury the lie for good?

The guy caught me outside a local pub and said he had read about me in an article in the local newspaper, which is curious because the article he mentioned was published in May 2017.

I thought he was going to pull out a PPK and pop me in the street. I’m still mildly surprised that he didn’t.

And then there were his two silent buddies.

A friend of mine who had been talking with them said they had been discussing me for some time before I turned up. He’d made it clear that he had known me almost since he was a baby and I couldn’t possibly be prejudiced against anyone because of what they are (he’s right – if I judge anybody, it’s according to what they do).

He also tried to point out that, since I have no problem with him being gay, he didn’t think I could possibly be an anti-Semite.

I had to sit him down and point out the flaw in that argument.

It wouldn’t be surprising if people were trying to freak me out before the hearing – there’s no evidence against me so an attempt to distract me with concern for my own safety might seem reasonable to them.

Also, they’d probably think it a fair trade-off if I wrote about it on here, making it possible for them to imply that I’m ridiculously paranoid.

Well, if it gets them off my back, let ’em imply away.

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7 Thoughts to “A stranger accosted me in the street about anti-Semitism accusations. Intimidating?”

  1. This sounds very sinister and definitely intimidation.

  2. Jeffrey Davies

    With the real news the figures that show this are the real threat to their greedie rule they are the ones who do dirty work of whot causes greed they and they alone are the threat to society their ways are not mine or yours and keeping your blog going his going to unrest them the quicker the better for society

  3. That is what Scientology does to people who leave the organisation. Good for you standing your ground, thought the mute goons are a worry! Take care Mike you Will win out in the end!!

  4. trev

    Spooky. were they dressed all in black? could have been the MIB.

    1. Mike Sivier

      Hard to tell in that light.

  5. G Millward

    Blimey Mike … that is well weird. Hope you’re OK.

  6. John D. Ingleson

    If that’s all they’ve got, then f**ck’em’s what I say! They’ve obviously no idea of what Mike’s made of. Rock on Mike!

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