[Editor’s note: When I say ‘revolting’ I mean it in both senses – they are in open revolt against their host nation and are acting in a disgusting manner.
This ruckus is just the latest instalment in a long-running, sustained and vile campaign that has been waged against Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party ever since he became Labour leader.
Make no mistake, this has zero to do with antisemitism or racism against Jews, it is purely a political campaign being waged by Britain’s Jews on behalf of Israel and the reason behind it is the refusal of Corbyn and the post-Blair Labour Party to kowtow to the Israeli lobby and drop their support for the Palestinian people.
The current hullabaloo about the adoption of a certain definition of antisemitism is entirely due to Labour’s omission of the clauses that ban any and all criticism of Israel; this is a stark illustration of how the Jewish-Israeli lobby in all Western countries exerts influence on politics – dare to criticise Israel and they will place you under sustained assault, label you as horrid, racist anti-Semites and do everything they can to oppose you.
The vast majority of Jews are ignorant of this truth, they have been victims of a long-running propaganda campaign and therefore don’t realise or don’t understand that it is all about opposition to the murderous, genocidal behaviour of the criminal Zionist-Bolshevik apartheid state of Israel.
The average Jew believes the Holocaust myth, that 6 million of his kinsmen were slaughtered, that Israel is a shining beacon of hope that it will never happen again and therefore must be defended, a island of culture and democracy in a sea of barbaric, Arab terroristic savages determined to destroy Israel and wipe out the Jews.
Yes, this is how mislead and misinformed the average Jew really is, victims of the Zionist brainwashing that has been going on for a very long time. Jews living outside Israel are only ever allowed to see what the Zionist-Bolshevik regime allows them to see – the happy Kibbutzes, the brave settlers greening the arid lands, the old city of Jerusalem with it’s fake Wailing Wall, the tourist traps and the white sand beach resorts, a fake facade in true Potemkin style.
Hidden from them, with the full assistance of the Western media, is the ugly, evil face of Israel – the horrific violence driven by racism not only towards the Arabs but to non-white Jews too, the criminal nature of the state where organised crime runs everything, protected by and allied with the police, the concentration camp-like Palestinian enclaves, the brutal, murderous military presence on the streets; all of it is largely unknown to the vast majority of the world’s Jews.
So the Jews of Britain, like most of the Jewish diaspora, fully support the campaign against Corbyn and the Labour Party, mistakenly believing they are behaving correctly, protecting their poor, threatened and terrorised brethren in Israel who are beset on all sides by enemies intent on their slaughter.
They have been taught to instantly oppose with all their might any and all slights against Israel or the Jewish people, no matter how trivial and innocuous; brainwashed into believing that anything even remotely anti-Semitic may be the first step on a slippery slope that lads to deaths camps, gas chambers and crematory ovens.
The world’s Jewry need to wake up, become informed about the true nature of the Zionist beast that controls and exploits them, realise that they are being used as human shields by an international cabal of organised crime families lead by the likes of the Rothschilds; most of all, they need to realise that this is why they have been the victims of hundreds if not thousands of pogroms, why they are so deeply reviled by those who know the truth.
Israel and the Zionist crime cabal will one day fall and if the world’s Jewry don’t wish to go down with the ship, they need to realise that human shields are meant to be slaughtered, that the people hiding behind them will do nothing whatsoever to save them and that they will receive scant sympathy or compassion from the other 7 billion people of Planet Earth unless they join us against the Zionist criminals who seek to maintain murderous, cruel and callous hegemony over all of us, Goyim and Jew alike. Ian]
Jewish newspapers unite against Labour ‘threat’
The UK’s three main Jewish newspapers have published the same front page, warning that a Jeremy Corbyn-led government would pose an “existential threat to Jewish life”.
The Jewish Chronicle, Jewish News and Jewish Telegraph move comes amid anger over Labour’s anti-Semitism code.
They say the party must sign up to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism.
Labour says its version “expands on and contextualises” the IHRA definition.
The party added the security and wellbeing of Jewish people was a priority and a Labour government would pose “no threat of any kind” to Jewish people.
Labour’s new code of conduct was approved by its National Executive Committee last week, but it has been criticised by Jewish leaders and some of its own MPs.
Although it includes the definition of anti-Semitism given by the IHRA, it has not included all of the body’s “working examples”.
Labour MPs will vote in September on whether to adopt the full IHRA wording after passing an emergency motion at a meeting on Monday night.
Under the same headline, “United we stand”, the newspapers said Labour had “diluted” the IHRA definition in its new code and there was a “stubborn refusal” from the party to accept it.
They said the party had the choice of accepting the definition or “be seen by all decent people as a racist, anti-Semitic party”.
“The stain and shame of anti-Semitism has coursed through Her Majesty’s Opposition since Jeremy Corbyn became leader in 2015,” the papers say.
Labour veteran Dame Margaret Hodge confronted Mr Corbyn in the Commons last week, reportedly swearing at him and calling him an anti-Semite.
Speaking to BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg, the MP said she “blew my top” when she found out Labour had, despite criticism, written its anti-Semitism guidelines in such a way.
“And I thought rather than do what politicians usually do, and talk each other down behind our backs, I would go and confront him,” she added.
The party launched a disciplinary inquiry into the MP, which shadow defence secretary Nia Griffith has called “completely absurd”.
Speaking on Nick Robinson’s Political Thinking podcast, Ms Griffith said: “The idea that Jeremy would want to set up an atmosphere in the party where people couldn’t go and say things to him is completely absurd.
“It’s just not his way of dealing with things. I think we’d all prefer to have somebody speak to your face rather than behind your back.”
BREAKING: Britain's leading Jewish newspapers, @JewishNewsUK, @JewishChron and @JewishTelegraph, all carry the same front page on the community’s anger and anxiety over @LabourUK rejection of international anti-Semitism definition. #UnitedWeStand @BoardofDeputies @JLC_uk pic.twitter.com/G2ysww8641
— Jewish News (@JewishNewsUK) July 25, 2018
Dame Margaret Hodge has been a fierce critic of Labour’s new anti-Semitism guidelines
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell felt Dame Margaret had “misunderstood” Labour’s new code of conduct.
He told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “I can understand why she was so angry, if that’s what she believed this code had done, and I think it is a complete misunderstanding and we can resolve that amicably.”
He said the issue had to be resolved quickly and that Mr Corbyn had asked Labour’s chief whip and general secretary to do this.
Asked about Mr McDonnell’s comments, Jeremy Corbyn said: “I hope she [Dame Margaret] has now had a chance to read the code of conduct that we agreed at the national executive, and I hope she has had time to reflect that this is a very honest endeavour to ensure we prevent any anti-Semitism rising in our party.”
The Labour Party said it was “fully committed to the support, defence and celebration of the Jewish community and its organisations”.
“The next Labour government poses no threat of any kind whatsoever to Jewish people,” a statement said.
“The security and wellbeing of Jewish people is a priority for our party and in government we will always ensure schools, synagogues and institutions are properly protected.
“We understand the strong concerns raised in the Jewish community and are seeking to engage with communal organisations to build trust and confidence in our party. We know there is a huge amount of work to do.”
The party said it was “committed to tackling and eradicating anti-Semitism in all its forms, in our party and our society”.
What are the differences?
Labour’s code of conduct was drawn up after the 2016 Chakrabarti inquiry. It followed allegations of anti-Semitism within party ranks.
The code does reproduce the IHRA’s “working definition” of anti-Semitism and lists behaviours likely to be regarded as anti-Semitic – but critics point out that it leaves out four examples provided by the IHRA definition:
Accusing Jewish people of being more loyal to Israel than their home country
Claiming that Israel’s existence as a state is a racist endeavour
Requiring higher standards of behaviour from Israel than other nations
Comparing contemporary Israeli policies to those of the Nazis
But Labour has insisted that while the examples are not reproduced word for word, they are covered elsewhere in the new code.