Protest against Labour Party anti – Semitism (Wikimedia commons)
As former Labour Party deputy leader Tom Watson rode off into the sunset, a good man but a discredited figure because he was foolish enough to let his hatred of the elite persuade him to believe the incredible allegations of a fantasist and attention seeker about a paedophile ring operating in the Whitehall political village, (there was credible evidence to support some of the allegations, but to believe all the alleged paedophies abouse the same boy was incredible,) other Labour MPs and former MPs who have resigned from the party due to the rampant anti – Seimitism that has infected the party since it was hijacked by the far left, lined up to echo Watson’s parting words to voters: Please don’t vote Labour while Corbyn and his extremist supporters lead the party, the working class and all Britons will be safer with the Conservatives in government.
Corbyn and his cronies are of course frantically denying that their support for organisations like Hamas, Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad, The Muslim Brotherhood, the Provisional IRA, and others (these misguided fools have never encountered a terrorist organisation they didn’t like,) and their rabid hatred of anything to do with Israel. However, the evidence indicates the opposite.
The Labour leader was asked about the front page of the Jewish Chronicle, which urged non-Jews to vote against him because of Labour’s anti-Semitism. It is ironic that while Britain’s Jewish communities have always been regarded as stalwart supporters of the Labour Party in recent decades, since the era of traitor and war criminal Tony Blair’s leadership the party has aligned itself with Islamic extremist groups
When Corbyn answer the question about the Jewish Chronicle story, he said: “Anti-Semitism is a poison and an evil in our society. Any form of racism is a poison and evil in society.
“I have spent my whole life fighting against racism. I will die an anti-racist. I want every community to feel safe and supported in this country – the Jewish community, Muslim community, Hindu community, any other community from any faith or any other part of the world.”
Those words show how out of touch with the situation in the country, he sees no prolem in trying to claim he supports Jewish communities, while simultaneously demonstrating his support for organisations which feature an ambition to complete the genocide of jewish people in their agenda. Only an idiot could fail to be aware of the incompatibility of those two positions. Mr Corbyn said that his party had “confronted the issue” [of anti Semitism] and “suspended or expelled members” responsible.
He added: “There are many Jewish people in this country who are members of Labour Party, supporters of the Labour Party, work with the Labour Party and they do not share the views that have been put forward on the front page of the Jewish Chronicle.
“I regret the Jewish Chronicle has chosen to print that.”
He also discussed Tom Watson’s decision to step down as deputy leader.
Mr Corbyn added: “We get along personally very well, we always have, and we chat about lots of things.
Former Labour MP John Woodcock said he would be voting Conservative rather than putting Corbyn and his extremist supporters saying, “We pleaded with our friends in the Labour Party to face up to this choice, not to leave it until too late. Now all of that to an extent is water under the bridge, but we have arrived in a campaign where one of two people are going to be prime minister.”
Mr Woodcock, who was suspended from the Labour Party in April 2018, announced he would not stand in the general election on Monday as he and his partner are expecting a baby.
He added: “The choice to keep Jeremy Corbyn away from Downing Street, to stop him getting his hands on the levers of national security and defence has to be to vote Conservative in this election and that’s what I’ll be doing.”
Former Labour shadow minister Tom Harris also said he’d be backing the Tories, saying: “Like Ian Austin I will be far happier with a Boris Johnson government.”
This morning former minister Ian Austin followed Tom Watson’s lead and urged “decent, traditional voters” to back Boris Johnson in the upcoming general election.
He claimed that “Jeremy Corbyn is totally unfit to lead this country” and Labour’s economic policies “would leave our country worse off”. In fact the loonytoons economic mafifesto announced by Mr McDonnell this morning would bankrupt Britain and cause the collapse of the economy.
Austin, former Minister for the West Midlands in Gordon Brown’s government, who resigned the Labour whip in February, admitted: “I’m not a Tory, this isn’t where I want to be.”
Austin the adopted son of a Jewish refugee who escaped the Holocaust, cited the words of the Jewish Chronicle that the “scandal of anti-Semitism that has poisoned the Labour Party”.
Responding to the Jewish Chronicle story, Labour’s shadow chancellor (finance chief) John McDonnell, now de facto number two in the organisation, said the party’s handling of allegations of anti – Semitism within the party had been rapid and ruthless. Well McDonnell has ruthlessly dealt with party members who have complained about the party’s links with anti – Semitic groups
Lucinda Berger, the Liberal Democrat candidate, a former Labour MP who quit the party over the anti – Semitism issue, said Mr McDonnell’s comments were “sickening on so many levels”.
She said: “In the last week alone you’ve selected candidates who have engaged in antisemitic behaviour, expressed support for organisations that call for violent action against Jewish people and their property, and you are being investigated by thei European Human Rights Court for racsm @EHRC. https://twitter.com/bbcpolitics/status/1192412863555457026 …”
Not a good day for Corbyn or Labour then.
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