The charade of “differences” between “right wing” and “left wing” Jews has collapsed for all to see with the news that that Israeli Labor Party has broken off links with the UK’s Labour Party over alleged “anti-Semitism”—but which in fact is merely criticism of the racially-based state of Israel.
Jews in London protest against what they say is “anti-Semitism” in the UK’s Labour Party, but which is in fact only left wing gentiles expecting Jews to be apply their own demands for “non-racialism” to the overtly racial Jews-only state of Israel.
According to a report in The Jewish Press, Israeli Labor Party Chairman Avi Gabbay has “suspended ties with Chairman of the British Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn,” saying the latter has failed “to adequately address the anti-Semitism within Labour Party UK.”
In a letter to Corbyn, Gabbay said “it is my responsibility to acknowledge the hostility that you have shown to the Jewish community and the anti-Semitic statements and actions you have allowed as Leader of the Labour Party UK.
“This is in addition to your very public hatred of the policies of the government of the State of Israel, many of which regard the security of our citizens and actions of our soldiers–policies where the opposition and coalition in Israel are aligned,” Gabbay wrote.
Gabbay’s decision to cut ties came less than a week after Corbyn called for the United Kingdom to “review” arms sales to Israel due to what he called “the killing and wounding of yet more unarmed Palestinian protesters yesterday by Israeli forces in Gaza,” and two days after hundreds of Jews staged a protest outside the Party’s London headquarters holding placards reading “Zero tolerance for anti-Semitism”, “Labour hold Corbyn to account” and “Anti-Semitism is racism.”
Corbyn has been accused of tolerating anti-Semitism in the Labour Party consistently since becoming chairman in 2015.
However, as outlined earlier, there is not an anti-Semitic bone in Corbyn’s body, and all the criticism directed at him is merely because he has—foolishly—expected the Jews to be consistent in their application of “human rights” activism.
Corbyn—and his allies in the UK Labour Party—then actually expect the Jews to apply these very same principles (which they demand of the non-Jews), to themselves, and their Jews-only state of Israel in particular.
Corbyn does not understand—or does not want to point out—that the Jews are being ultra-hypocritical. On the one hand, they demand that non-Jews be “anti-racist,” but on the other hand they endorse and support Israel, which uses DNA tests to control immigration, which outlaws marriage between Jews and non-Jews, and violently suppresses any resistance to their ethnic cleansing policies enacted against Palestinians.
This same tactic was deployed against former US President Barack Obama, who, despite being overtly pro-Jewish, actually expected Israel to show some small measure of human rights respect for Palestinians from the Jewish lobby and Israel.
This fake dispute between “left wing” and “right wing” Jews can also be seen in the ongoing “left wing” Jewish lobby hatred of Donald Trump, supporeted as he is by the “right wing” Jews.
However, neither the “right wing” or the “left wing” Jews differ on any of the fundamentals of Jewish Supremacism in the West—media control, political influence through campaign financing, lobbies within the ruling political parties, or maintenance of the Jews-only state and its racial laws. They differ only on how best Israel should be presented to the outside world.
The breaking off of relations between Israel’s “left wing” Labor Party and its UK counterpart illustrates this point unequivocally—and Corbyn is either too stupid, or too cowardly, to point this out in public.