Online rally to defend Corbyn against Starmer suspension: TONIGHT (October 30) 7pm

This is from that much-maligned organisation, Momentum – who at least seem to be doing something to protect Labour Party democracy:

“This is a pivotal moment for the Labour Party and the future of our movement. The suspension of Jeremy Corbyn yesterday was a factional attack that has undermined the fight against antisemitism.

“Join leading socialists from across our movement in an online rally at 7pm tonight and hear how we defend Corbyn, and build a socialist, anti-racist movement.

“Click here to join the online rally at 7pm. 

Speakers include Diane Abbott, John McDonnell, Richard Burgon, Jon Trickett, Roger McKenzie, Howard Beckett, Rivkah Brown, Barnaby Raine, Jess Barnard, Chardine Taylor Stone, Sonali Bhattacharyya and Deborah Hermanns.

“There are no quick fixes, but there are many things we can do to build a movement and shape the future of our party.

“That’s what Jeremy will be doing and that’s what we must do.”

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3 thoughts on “Online rally to defend Corbyn against Starmer suspension: TONIGHT (October 30) 7pm

  1. Jeffrey Davies

    Stammer the spammer has overstepped the mark this time hasn’t we had enough of the blairites who stoop so low to rid the party of a honest man

  2. Marie Lane

    I thought that the Labour Party had set up an internal committee to look at complaints of Anti- Semitism, so why has Jeremy Corbyn been suspended and made a scapegoat ? I would be interested to know the names of the people who sit on the Equality & Human Rights Commission as this could be relevant to why this report is so critical.of the Labour Party, and is doing the Tory’s job for them, the destruction of the Labour Party ? Kier Starmer is a Human Rights lawyer, so he could have been a member of the internal complaints committee that looked at the complaints of Anti-S and advised the other members of that comittee so how does he escape criticism or suspension as a member of the Labour Party ?

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      In fact the report isn’t bad at all. The problem lies in interpretation. It is Keir Starmer, together with his cronies and the questionable organisations – Campaign Against Antisemitism, Board of Deputies, JLM etc – who have been egging them on that are to blame for this new crisis.

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