At least SOMEBODY in the Labour Party has a backbone!


This Site applauds the Labour Party spokesperson who told the Campaign Against Antisemitism where to stuff its latest complaint.

The CAA – a right-wing political pressure group masquerading as a charity – sent a complaint about Jeremy Corbyn to Labour HQ.

According to The Guardian, “As well as the 2010 Holocaust Memorial Day event, it highlighted comments made by Corbyn in 2012 when appearing on Press TV, the Iranian state-owned broadcaster, in which he linked a massacre of 16 Egyptian policeman to Israel.”

The paper quoted CAA chairman Gideon Falter as saying, “The evidence shows beyond all doubt that Jeremy Corbyn is an antisemite and the Labour party has become institutionally antisemitic. The problem is not one man but an entire movement which has hijacked the anti-racist Labour party of old and corrupted it with a racist rot.”

We know that the evidence shows without a doubt that Jeremy Corbyn is a multiculturalist who embraces people of all religions, ethnicities and colours.

Consider the list in this article.

Listen to the Jewish voices giving video evidence in this article.

Considering these facts, it is entirely to be welcomed that a Labour spokesperson was quoted, again by The Guardian, putting the CAA down hard.

He said [boldings mine]: “Labour is committed to rooting out antisemitism from our party and society. False and partisan attacks like this undermine the fight against antisemitism.

That’s right.

He correctly identified the CAA’s claims as false.

And he correctly denounced them as partisan.

I wish we could find out the identity of this person without setting him up as a target for fake accusations himself.

We should give him a medal.

Source: Corbyn apologises over event where Israel was compared to Nazis | Politics | The Guardian

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7 thoughts on “At least SOMEBODY in the Labour Party has a backbone!

  1. foggy

    Gideon Falter has just been on Sky News and stated that Jeremy Corbyn should now resign……………………………. and there, ladies and gentlemen, is the goal in all of this !!

  2. Silvia Vousden

    This is an extract from Hajo Meyer–Auschwitz existed within history, not outside of it. The main lesson I learned there is simple: We Jews should never, ever become like our tormentors … Since 1967 it has become obvious that political Zionism has one monolithic aim: Maximum land in Palestine with a minimum of Palestinians on it. This aim is pursued with an inexcusable cruelty as demonstrated during the assault on Gaza. The cruelty is explicitly formulated in the Dahiye doctrine of the military and morally supported by the Holocaust religion.

    I am pained by the parallels I observe between my experiences in Germany prior to 1939 and those suffered by Palestinians today. I cannot help but hear echoes of the Nazi mythos of “blood and soil” in the rhetoric of settler fundamentalism which claims a sacred right to all the lands of biblical Judea and Samaria. The various forms of collective punishment visited upon the Palestinian people — coerced ghettoization behind a “security wall”; the bulldozing of homes and destruction of fields; the bombing of schools, mosques, and government buildings; an economic blockade that deprives people of the water, food, medicine, education and the basic necessities for dignified survival — force me to recall the deprivations and humiliations that I experienced in my youth. This century-long process of oppression means unimaginable suffering for Palestinians.

    “An Ethical Tradition Betrayed,”

    , Jan. 27, 2010. Retrieved on March 27, 2010

  3. trev

    The Rightwing will stop at nothing in their attempts to undermine Corbyn, and are showing themselves to be vermin to stoop so low as to exploit the subject of antisemitism in this disgusting way. Shame on them.

  4. john thatcher

    Yes,well done that person,whoever they are.Now if we can make this a routine response to all this antisemitism nonsense,we might get somewhere.I assume that Corbyn and his advisers are desperate to avoid given the malcontents in the PLP an excuse to flounce away on.It is obvious that when that happens,a general election will be called to take advantage of the damage done to Labour,by the splitters.Well,I am afraid that they are going to have to grasp that particular nettle hard and pull it up by the roots.The trick is for the left to choose the time,to face them down.I would suggest that time is fast approaching.

  5. Audrey Pool

    Quite agree ,this person is the first one to talk sense.Why on earth do Labour keep apologising for things they haven’t done,all this is doing is adding fuel to the fire and encouraging the blairites and right wing groups to continue the attacks,while cementing the idea that they are culpable in the public perception.Stand up and repudiate the lies,rid the party of the enemies within who will and are doing everything they can to destroy the leadership.Frankly I don’t believe that the majority of voters care too much about the whole anti Semitism issue when there are much bigger concerns that personally affect them.The economy,brexit,the nhs ,the homeless,zero hours contracts,the appalling treatment of people on benefits,the sick and disabled etc.However the leadership are making themselves look weak,divided and ineffectual with the constant pandering to these trumped up charges and the mock outrage of the usual suspects and that’s what will stop people voting for them.They need to take back control,stop apologising and take a firm stand before it’s too late.

  6. John.

    You just couldn’t make it up.

    A rabid hate filled Zionist creep accusing others of hijacking something and rotting it from the inside out….oh really…

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