January 13, 2020
Blaming anti-Semitism for the massive loss of Labour in the elections is stupid, off the bat.
Labour lost so badly because the election was a second Brexit referendum, and people want Brexit. If Jeremy Corbyn wouldn’t have cucked on Brexit, who knows what would have happened.
But blaming it on a Jewish conspiracy is funny either way.
Labour’s overseas members have been accused of “conspiracy mongering” after compiling a report that claimed the party’s anti-Semitism row was “stoked by Israel’s government”.
Charles James, author of a report which has been seen by The Telegraph entitled “General Election Part Two: Why didn’t we win?”, wrote: “Many of us believe that the row about anti-Semitism has been stoked by the government of Israel and its helpers in the UK.”
Citing a 2017 documentary produced by Al Jazeera, which explored the relationship between the Israel lobby and British politics, Mr James, who is secretary of the 3,500-strong group, wrote that the “government of Israel is putting significant efforts and finances into influencing British politics, including the Labour Party”.
Yeah, that documentary is definitely a thing.
Worth a watch, if you missed it.
And it definitely shows that the Israeli government has infiltrated and debased British politics.
He said the motive was to “prevent the election of a Labour government that will recognise a Palestinian state”.
Mr James made reference to the fact that when Jeremy Corbyn met two Jewish organisations in 2018 to discuss anti-Semitism “many of these representatives had links to the Conservative Party”.
“Jeremy was conciliatory. He could have pushed back on his visitors by asking why they never addressed anti-Semitism in the Tory party,” he said. However, the report did acknowledge that there had been a Holocaust denier within the group and that, from “very clear” evidence, he was suspended and subsequently expelled.
Holocaust denial will be mainstream on the left soon.
There is just too much evidence showing it’s a hoax, and it is so heavily relied on by Israel as a justification for their violent actions against Palestine.
The Telegraph has also seen Facebook posts by Colin O’Driscoll, co-chairman of the group. He wrote: “Anti-Semitism accusations are a sideshow, a convenient weapon being used on behalf of the Right in British society to derail Corbyn and his supporters.”
Jennifer Gerber, director of Labour Friends of Israel, said the report represented “the kind of conspiracy mongering and victim blaming that has been a constant feature of the anti-Semitism crisis under Jeremy Corbyn”.
But I mean.
That Al-Jazeera documentary.
Is the claim that it’s a hoax?