UK: Jewish Lobby Brings Labour Party Back under Control with Fake “Anti-Semitism” Brouhaha

Britain’s Labour Party has finally been brought back under control by that country’s Jewish lobby and been forced to accept a “definition” of anti-Semitism which outlaws criticism of Israel—no matter how racially-based that country’s laws are, and no matter how viciously it oppresses Palestinians—an obvious reversal and negation of the Labour party’s claimed “anti-racist” principles.

The “anti-Semitism” allegations which have swirled around Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn only exist because he has dared to expect the Jews to be “non-racist” toward the Palestinians in the same way that they demand white Gentiles to be “non-racist” in Europe and America.

Corbyn was forced to back down at his party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) in London yesterday, and could not even manage to persuade the Zionist faction and their puppets in that body to adopt a motion stating that it is not “anti-Semitic to describe Israel, its policies or the circumstances around its foundation as racist.”

Instead, the NEC adopted the full “definition of anti-Semitism” as laid down by the “International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance” (IHRA), another Jewish Lobby pressure group which specializes in guilt-blackmailing Gentiles with Holocaust propaganda.

The IHRA’s definition of “anti-Semitism” includes the statement that someone is “anti-Semitic” by “Deny[ing] the Jewish people their right to self-determination, e.g., by claiming that the existence of a State of Israel is a racist endeavor.”

Israel clearly is a racially-based state,





In fact it is so obvious that Israel is a racial state that it could be said that only a mad person could deny otherwise, but this is exactly what the IHRA says—and which is now the official position of the UK Labour party.

The only thing Corbyn managed to get through was a clause saying that adopting the full IHRA definition will not undermine “freedom of expression on Israel.”

Even this is too much for the Jews, and Jennifer Gerber, the director of the “Labour Friends of Israel” group said the caveat would provide a “safe space for anti-Semites.

“It is contemptible but utterly unsurprising that Jeremy Corbyn prioritised and fought for the right of anti-Semites to describe the world’s only Jewish state as racist in a meeting supposedly about combating anti-Semitism.

The “Labour Against Anti-Semitism” Jewish pressure group added: “The Labour Party says this issue is about free speech, but in reality, it appears to be about protecting the freedom of racists to present vile views which should have no place in any political party.”

Marie van der Zyl, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, said the decision by the NEC to adopt the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism in full was “very long overdue” and that what she now wanted to see “firm action taken against anti-Semites and those who bring the party in to disrepute by denying the problem of anti-Semitism.”

There is no anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. There are only a handful of genuine leftists who cannot bring themselves to openly admit that the Jewish lobby is racially-organized to hypocritically demand that white Gentiles be “non-racist” while reserving the right to maintain their own racial identity and statehood in Israel.

Until the genuine leftists accept and acknowledge this reality, the “right-left” debate remains a Punch-and-Judy puppet show, with both protagonists controlled by the same puppet master, the Jewish lobby.


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4 Comments

  1. Corbyn is totally pro Palestine, and has been for decades. Therefore, he cannot be a supporter of Israel given the never-ending conflict between the two states and that makes him “Anti-Semite”. It is impossible to give the same level of support to two factions that at each other’s throats and have been since 1948. The Jewish Lobby are indoctrinated as to their importance in the world and I suspect that there is a silent majority that do not want them as friends and neighbours. Corbyn will never sit in the same room with Jews and Palestinians together, and whilst everyone is entitled to their opinion, his position is untenable and he should walk away now.

  2. This is a made up issue & long term, makes no difference to the Labour Party. 500’000 Jews in the UK verses 4.5m Muslims who don’t like Jews, but vote overwhelmingly for Labour.

    Do people think the Labour Party isn’t aware of that?

    It’s the obvious reason why they’ve dragged their feet on “anti-semitism” within their party. Among their grassroots, it’s probably rife.

  3. The issue is really Corbyn’s long standing support for the Palestinian Solidarity Committee rather than antisemitism in the Labour Party which is just being used as a stick to beat him and force the party into compliance with Zionism.

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