Jeremy Corbyn: STAND FIRM against demands to outsource anti-Semitism investigations

Jeremy Corbyn is clearly not an enemy of Jewish people.

As the shadow cabinet prepares to meet today (July 22) to discuss criticisms over the way Labour has handled anti-Semitism complaints, This Site says to Jeremy Corbyn: STAND FIRM.

Right-wingers in the party are calling for the leadership to outsource handling of anti-Semitism complaints to an “independent” body – but nobody has actually named that body.

So who will it be?

Could it be the Jewish Labour Movement, whose members illicitly recorded Jackie Walker at a so-called “safe space” meeting at which attendees were encouraged to discuss concerns that may be considered questionable – and then handed a version of that recording to a newspaper as evidence of anti-Semitism, in an appalling display of bad faith?

That would not be acceptable.

Nor could Labour hand the matter over to the Board of Deputies of British Jews – because of political bias. It is possible that findings would be rigged to harm the Labour Party for political reasons.

And the so-called charity, the Campaign Against Antisemitism is the last organisation that could ever be considered, as it has been responsible for fabricating claims – I know, as This Writer was one of its victims.

The simple fact is that Labour does not have a problem with anti-Semites going unpunished. The problem is the persecution of innocent – and decent – party members.

So, to Mr Corbyn, This Writer says: RESIST demands to outsource anti-Semitism investigations because this will only worsen the problem. Seek advice from lawyers and reform party processes in line with national law. And scrap the National Constitutional Committee’s power of expulsion, which has been abused by biased panel chairpeople.

Source: Labour: Shadow cabinet to discuss anti-Semitism criticisms – BBC News

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4 thoughts on “Jeremy Corbyn: STAND FIRM against demands to outsource anti-Semitism investigations

  1. trev

    Let’s hope Corbyn is able to stand firm, but I fear they are trying to corner him. Why can’t these people accept that New Labour has had its day and people have seen through them, the neoliberal dream is over.

  2. Rita

    Well if the IHRA debacle was any guide, Corbyn and the NEC left will give way, a yard at a time, but the JLM and rightwing will insist that whatever is conceded is never good enough until, the union leaders, bored by the row finally turn against Corbyn and the left forcing total capitulation. Corbyn stood firm even then, it was the NEC left who deserted him. They did it then and I see no reason to assume they won’t do it again, and with Jon Lansman’s encouragement.

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