The biters bit: formal anti-semitism complaints are lodged against Starmer and his cronies

Sitting smug: racist anti-semite Keir Starmer probably thinks he can get away with accusing other people of his own crime because the Labour Party is hopelessly biased against attacking right-wing members for anti-semitism, the EHRC isn’t interested and the police think MPs are above the law. Is he right?

It’s good to see some people aren’t brainwashed by Keir Starmer’s misinterpretation of what constitutes anti-semitism.

Starmer, along with several cronies in the Parliamentary Labour Party, has falsely accused Rebecca Long-Bailey of tweeting a link to an article containing an anti-semitic conspiracy theory.

The problem is that, while the interview with Maxine Peake included a disputed claim that members of the Israeli police/military trained US police to use the choke hold that killed George Floyd, it is not anti-semitic to do so.

The claim relates only to the government of Israel, its police and its military – not to all Jews.

On the other hand, it is anti-semitic to confuse Israel, its government, police and military, with all Jews – as Starmer did.

The complaint referenced in the Prole Star article (link below) also accuses Ed Miliband, Margaret Hodge, Nia Griffith, Stella Creasy and Wes Streeting.

It has been lodged with both Labour and the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).

Independently, the owner of the Skwawkbox blog has also lodged a complaint with the Labour Party.

This Writer doubts that any complaint against Labour will be given the time of day.

The party has apparently failed to take any action against the alleged racists among its officers who baited Diane Abbott, for example.

And the EHRC also seems a dead loss, if we are to judge it by its recent decisions.

Personally, I think the only way to explain the error of their ways to people who would cynically exploit the ignorance of others about anti-semitism, is a private prosecution under the Public Order Act 1986.

Nobody said the Jews were responsible for teaching the choke hold that killed George Floyd to US police – until Keir Starmer.

His words may be construed as incitement to racial hatred under the terms of the Act as it was he who put the idea into the public consciousness.

I don’t think the police or CPS will consider acting against a member of Parliament – even one belonging to the Labour Party – because it is (by now) well-established that MPs are above the law.

And a private prosecution will probably cost a lot of money.

Is anybody up for it?

Source: Formal Complaints Of Antisemitism Lodged Against Six Labour MPs

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  1. hugosmum70 June 30, 2020 at 12:20 am - Reply

    maybe i dont understand politics as much as i should. but our MPs were voted in to help run our country and stand up for OUR interests. not other countries. i dont understand why this antisemitism is being thrown around and this person that person being accused of it. all the in fighting. blaming others etc is taking place. while the country is going to the dogs. i am not against any other race at all. but why is one race calling the shots and everything we hear is nothing but antisemitic this or that or him or her. looking for anything that can be construed/misconstrued in what people are saying. for gods sake. we are just coming through the worst pandemic situation in my 77 yrs possibly ever since the plague yet people have learnt nothing from it and this same damned anti this that n tother is still there ready to be raised again. our MPs should be standing where they were elected to stand, in the houses of parliament, sorting out trade deals/ the state of our NHS/ what we have all had to go through in the past 3-4 months and may still have to. cos whilst their minds are on the present wave of dealing with the petty things they are trying to deal with, the 2nd wave of corona-virus could be sneaking up on us. or trade deals are held behind closed doors where we know nothing about them, or the decisions made. Brexit…….. what stage are we at now? we need to rebuild our health, strength , economy now. forget other countries and/religion for a while n concentrate on the 3 pressing things .. COVID-19(FAR FROM OVER AS YET) NHS/ ECONOMY/BREXIT/ STOP THE NO DEAL GOING THROUGH./ LEAVE THE REST…

  2. 4foxandhare June 30, 2020 at 5:42 am - Reply

    Unfortunately, my husband failed to win the lottery, otherwise I would.

  3. Franklin Percival June 30, 2020 at 10:28 am - Reply

    I am ready to make a contribution to crowdfunding a private prosecution. I am very much against the proposition that Law does not apply to MPs.

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