I can’t help thinking that this is an over-reaction to an innocent pro-badger statement. May’s use of genocide is to show his concern for the badgers and must have been similarly used a million times in referring to animals. I don’t think badger-cide, brock -o-cide or melescide, would really have got his point across. Aren’t there bigger fights for modern day Jews?
Articles in many papers around September 11, 2013 The TImes being just one.
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