It's reminiscent of hyenas crazed with hunger tearing at a carcase.
A Jewish soprano warbles her party piece, anti-Israel lyrics set to Beethoven's "Ode to Joy".
A black women, who should know better, leads the chanting "Israel is an apartheid state! Israel is a racist state!"
A male voice shouts out claims of "genocide" and "genocidal maniacs' ...
"Jew Haters!" "Antisemites!" "Nazis"! A lone man does his best to confront these noisome, noisy, noxious ferals with their despicable tropes against Israel, and towards the end of the video we glimpse a trio of counter-demonstrators with Israeli flags.
And here's an earlier (5 November) display of recent anti-Israel hatred also filmed by the fervently anti-Israel activist Alex Seymour, aka Seymour Alexander, to whom, much as I deplore and detest his views, I'm certainly grateful for recording these and other glimpses into anti-Israel demonology in Britain.
This one's of a demo outside the London hotlel where a conference of representatives of Hewlett Packard, which supplies the IDF and the Israeli Ministry of Defence, was taking place.
One speaker is the woman with long grey hair who, with a male companion, has in recent months pursued the gimmicky habit of reciting anti-Israel "poetry" on London Tube trains, haranguing a hapless captive audience with their ludicrous propaganda.
Another speaker (from 6:59) is a strident-voiced child, a rabble-rouser of tender years whose indoctrinated hatred of Israel is quite instructive.
This obnoxious youngster alleges the "devious little Zionist plan of world domination" (which antisemite taught him that, I wonder?) and shrieks:
"Israel is a lunatic state!" "Israel is a Zionist state!" (Doh!) "Israel is an illegal state!" "Palestine will rise ... Israel will fall! ..."At the prospect of the fall of Israel there are cries of "Yes!" and robust cheers from the haters present.
No prizes for guessing their ultimate goal, then.
Update: See more viciousness here, which took place yesterday in London; see hysterical harpies harassing Film Festival-goers.