Get the Trolls Out! responds to the concerning rise in antisemitic attitudes and statements by both public figures and media in Europe and addresses the danger that such attitudes are gaining traction among young people. We reject antisemitic discourse in the media, traditional and new, as well as in everyday life. We engage young people in exposing the prejudices, misrepresentation and manipulation of antisemitic public discourses through creative education, humour, theatre, fact-based messages and complaints.

June 23, 2016

May - Media Monitoring Highlights

From the minimisation of antisemitism on Bloomberg News to the anti-Jewish hatred expressed by an…
June 23, 2016

Downplaying and Denying the Holocaust

Although our knowledge of the Holocaust is based on historical evidence, in antisemitic speech, the…
June 16, 2016

Meaning without saying

It is possible to say things without actually saying them. On such occasions, messages are…
June 15, 2016

SFR Employees: Ousted Troll of the Month – May

Two employees of SFR, one of the main French telecommunications companies, have been suspended after…
June 08, 2016

Cartoon: Editorial Meeting (Against George Soros)

"Today is Szilárd's turn on 888.hu, tomorrow Tóni at Echo TV and the day after…
June 08, 2016

Victim-abuser reversal

Antisemitism discriminates against Jews simply because they are Jews. However, the idea of victimising a…
June 06, 2016

Antisemitism still smolders throughout Greek Easter

Among the various Christian Orthodox traditions in Greece during the Easter holidays, a custom stands…
June 03, 2016

Soros and Rothschild

By referring to these names, some speakers use an old rhetorical trick, synecdoche, which allows them to…
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