WATCH: Chris Williamson explains why his court victory against false anti-Semitism claims is so important

Chris Williamson: He was subjected to death threats because of the false accusations against him.

For those who weren’t aware of the significance of Chris Williamson’s victory against “absurd” allegations of anti-Semitism, the MP – still suspended from membership of the Labour Party – has made a short video to explain it.

If you saw the story as it has been presented by some mass media news sites, you might think he lost the case; this is not true, as Mr Williamson points out.

He explains why he remains suspended from the Labour Party, despite his victory; the party’s bureaucracy suspended him a second time a week before the case was heard in court, out of spite.

The verdict, as he states, proves the disciplinary procedure is “unfair, unfit for purpose and subject to external manipulation by forces that are hostile to Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership”.

He also states that the party bureaucracy has “victimised hundreds of lifelong members – loyal supporters of Jeremy Corbyn and his leadership – and they have suspended and expelled many without due process”.

This Writer can personally affirm that this is true.

Labour needs to get its act together.

If you agree – and you’re a party member/supporter – then please make your feelings known, politely, to the leadership.

Have YOU donated to my crowdfunding appeal, raising funds to fight false libel claims by TV celebrities who should know better? These court cases cost a lot of money so every penny will help ensure that wealth doesn’t beat justice.

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  1. Jeffrey Davies October 11, 2019 at 5:54 am - Reply

    It’s shameful that they can do this to a real labour person but untill these people of the same mold has Blair are evicted from labour then this will just carry on.

  2. trev October 11, 2019 at 8:02 am - Reply

    “forces hostile to Jeremy Corbyn’s Leadership…” Yep, that’s the crux of the issue. He’s hit the nail on the head.

  3. Grey Swans October 11, 2019 at 11:16 pm - Reply

    Chris Williamson MP is the sole Labour MP who cares a damn about working class pensioners, being the sole Labour MP member of the Grey Swans pension activist group into Labour’s election manifesto, whose 8 pension demands are all based on what socialist Labour men said (or did in government) over the years, including speeches made by Jeremy Corbyn as a back bench MP and Jeremy Corbyn tried to stop the Tory 1995 pension act.

    Blair and Brown’s Labour government between 1997 and 2010 did not get rid of the Tory 1995 pension act, before it caused misery and increasing early death as today.

    The SDP breakaway right wing Labour party, Foot said split the Labour vote and lost the 1983 election for Labour and so continued Thatcher’s rule. Labour’s 1983 manifesto held policies of pension age 60 men and women and increased state pension money to make up for rise in cost of living.

    It was right wing Labour Callaghan in 1978, that butchered state pension money by half, by taking 80 per cent of workers out of Harold Wilson’s SERPs additional top up state second pension. Perhaps that is more likely why Labour lost the 1979 election, and the state pension was butchered even more by lack of the old version of triple lock from 1980 til 2010.

    From 2020, all pension age rise victims are victims of Labour’s 2007 pension act. The 1960s born starting to turn 60 and having pension age 67 from Labour.

    Pension age 70 has already been here, near enough, as all born since 1979 have had pension age 68 since Labour’s 2007 pension act.

    Grey Swans needs more men members, younger, who can stand in Grey Swans static demos at Labour supporting events, and can campaign into trade unions to gain endorsement of Grey Swans, equal to other pension campaign groups.

    Because right now, the only pension campaign group not endorsed by trade unions, is Grey Swans that is inclusive of all men and all women from age 50 to 100 plus the same, including the Windrush Generation, Gurkhas and frozen pensioners.

  4. John David Ingleson October 12, 2019 at 9:54 am - Reply

    Link to CW’s video?

    • Mike Sivier October 12, 2019 at 11:15 pm - Reply

      You should be able to see it on the page!

  5. Rik October 14, 2019 at 3:04 am - Reply

    Democrocy. . . . my arse
    This is a bi££ion pound gertcha
    how can anyone fight that???

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