July 18, 2019
Oh no, sorry.
I got that headline wrong.
The opposite thing happened.
More than sixty Labour Lords have taken an advert out in The Guardian to accuse Jeremy Corbyn of having “failed the test of leadership” on anti-Semitism. Taking a moral stand or a cynical ploy to force the opposition leader out?
The 64 peers include former ministers, as well as Peter Mandelson, a key ally of Tony Blair’s New Labour government, and Iain McNicol, the party’s general secretary from 2011 to 2018. The highly critical ad savages Corbyn for transforming a historically anti-racist party that welcomes people of all races and creeds into one that is hostile towards Jews.
“We are not asking if you are an antisemite. We are saying you are accountable as leader for allowing antisemitism to grow in our party and presiding over the most shaming period in Labour’s history,” the polemical ad reads.
Labour peers have taken the unusual step of taking out an advertisement in tomorrow’s Guardian attacking Jeremy Corbyn.
Here goes 👇
It says Corbyn “hasn’t told the whole truth” or accepted responsibility
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— Sam Coates Sky (@SamCoatesSky) July 16, 2019
The Labour leader has been dogged with accusations of promoting and/or failing to stamp out anti-Semitism within his party, ever since being elected in 2015.
This latest show of anger towards Corbyn over this contentious issue was sparked by a recent BBC Panorama documentary on Labour’s so-called anti-Semitism crisis. The program featured eight former staff members who accused Labour of failing to tackle complaints on anti-Semitism and alleged that Corbyn’s office had interfered with disputes.
Numerous Labour supporters on social media have taken issue with the letter, claiming this is not about ridding the party of anti-Semitism, but rather about “forcing Corbyn out as Leader.”
Yeah, it’s about both those things: it’s about Jews forcing him out because of the fact that he says Israel shouldn’t kill Palestinian babies and steal all the land, which is the definition of anti-Semitism.
Pure hatred for the length of the nose.
I don’t even think he’s said anything about the Jewish diaspora, other than saying they control the media – which was said in the context of using the media to support Israel.
Every time the media prints a picture of Jeremy Corbyn, he’s coming around some corner like he’s been shifting around in the shadows.
It is just completely incredible, the power that these Jews have. There aren’t even very many of them in Britain, but if a British politician speaks up about various war crimes committed by the Jews, the entire political establishment is organized to bring him down.
What is incredible about this power is that it is not acknowledged publicly. Everyone who works in the high levels of politics or any other industry is aware of the massive power that Jews wield, and it is constantly on display publicly in the news in situations like this, and yet Jews deny that they are the ruling class of Western societies, and if you state the plain fact that they are the ruling class of Western societies, they use the power they claim not to have to destroy you.
We know who the real shadow-shifters are.
Ultimately, all that Jews are actually doing if they succeed in ousting Corbyn is pushing back the inevitable. The reason Corbyn is in the position he’s in is that he saw the way the winds were blowing with the Islamic takeover.
Save for the random total shill, it is pretty difficult to get even extremely Westernized Moslems to support Israel. So eventually, no matter what, you’re going to have a situation where the leftist parties of all European countries are openly opposed to Israel.
The Jews already made that bed.
Enjoy the ashes, kikes.