Ed Balls speaks out about Labour anti-Semitism: WHO CARES?

Loser: Ed Balls wrote a book about the failure that was his time in the Labour Party leadership, but now it seems he thinks he’s qualified to talk down Jeremy Corbyn.

What is the point of all these creaky old right-wingers from the sordid past of New Labour, coming out of the woodwork to talk about anti-Semitism accusations against Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership as though it didn’t happen to them too?

Yes, I’m referring to Ed Balls.

Labour was accused of institutional anti-Semitism back when he was shadow chancellor and Ed Miliband – who is indeed of Jewish descent – was the leader. I seem to recall that Maureen Lipman announced her first resignation from the party back then, with many more to follow, as we all know.

And now here he is, the day before the Equality and Human Rights Commission publishes its long-awaited report on a year-long investigation into the allegations of institutional anti-Semitism in Labour, giving the accusers some ammunition to use.


Sussex Friends of Israel is an organisation that is well-known to those of us who have had to defend against false accusations. My opinion is that this is a group that has not covered itself in glory. Look it up with your favourite search engine and see if you agree.

And here it is again, leaping to use Balls’s words to attack Corbyn.

Perhaps these people should have thought about that.

Not only was Ed Balls the sidekick to Miliband when their version of Labour was attacked for anti-Semitism, but what’s all this about?

Apparently it isn’t Ed Balls in the old picture. Then again…

A Nazi uniform in his closet (either actually or metaphorically) and a TV show in which he met Nazis and said he liked them, and this is the man wheeled out to accuse Jeremy Corbyn?

Don’t insult our intelligence.

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 thought on “Ed Balls speaks out about Labour anti-Semitism: WHO CARES?

  1. Jeffrey Davies

    Cowards and greedie ones stopped a good man getting into power through their mischief of this they ain’t labour but ones who should be striped of their membership but with another stammer the spammer in on this Tory lead labour party goes

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