Jeremy Corbyn won’t have seen This Writer’s tweets so please tell him it’s time to take this to court

The Royal Courts of Justice in London: if Keir Starmer insists on discriminating against Jeremy Corbyn, this is where they should thrash out the matter.

It seems This Writer published too soon when I said Jeremy Corbyn had been readmitted to the Labour Party but Keir Starmer would still face accusations of corruption.

Starmer has found a direct way to show us that he is corrupt instead.

After a panel of Labour NEC members – these are people from the committee that runs the party; its most powerful authority – voted* to restore Jeremy Corbyn to full Labour Party membership, Starmer has said he will not allow Corbyn back into the Parliamentary Labour Party.

To the best of This Writer’s knowledge, there is no precedent for such behaviour. If you’re a Labour Party member who has been elected to Parliament, you sit as a Labour MP. Starmer’s announcement that he is withholding the party whip from Corbyn is a nonsense; an insult.

It is another attempt to humiliate Corbyn.

Will it work? Fat chance!

But Corbyn should respond, and I said as much on Twitter:

I went on to discuss Starmer’s pose that he was standing up for the UK’s Jewish people who have been “hurt deeply”(or some such series of words) by the controversy in the Labour Party.

It is a pose, by the way. If certain people in the party – including, regrettably, Starmer himself – had not stirred this particular teacup into such a storm, it might not have caused quite the hurt, quite as deeply, as Starmer then found himself able to say. So:

My viewpoint saw some support:

I added:

Sadly, I think my last statement on the matter (for the day, at least) is most likely to prove accurate:

Perhaps supporters of Mr Corbyn would consider passing on the message to him, if you agree with it?

Perhaps, if any of his personal friends reads this, they might pass it on?

The facts are clear now: this is not going to go away.

The Starmers of this world are not going to stop persecuting the Corbyns until they are made to.

And Corbyn is perfectly capable of making them stop. It is long past time he did.

*Unanimously, we are led to believe.

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4 thoughts on “Jeremy Corbyn won’t have seen This Writer’s tweets so please tell him it’s time to take this to court

  1. Jeffrey Davies

    Stammer the spammer at it again these toerags need to be shown the door but how they cause artache till they gone

  2. Grey Swans

    Dear Vox Political,
    We are well aware of UK history, that socialists again and again have been purged out of the Labour party by its right wing leadership, that has held power for every decade since the 1970s, save for a brief period under Foot.

    An entire socialist section nicknamed Militant was purged, and is now the Socialist party.

    The socialist campaign group of Labour MPs will be on the purge list.

    CLPs who complaint about socialists being purged are themselves purged. No sign of them returning from the purge.

    The right wing of Labour has been fully ruthless and will continue to be so.

    This is the reality of the political world, who show that political ambition does not care about the working class, however extreme the woes brought down upon us by political policy.

    Jeremy Corbyn will not take his beloved party to court, as he will not attack his membership.

    The ex Labour party members who were Corbynite, have left the party in huge numbers, and they are joining Chris Williamson’s new party in the making.

    Grey Swans pension campaign group into new socialist parties, is an outgrowth of the 1950s pension campaign groups, as Labour betrayed us to all the way back to Callaghan.

    We had hope from Corbyn, but his pension policies never made it into his election manifestos during his leadership, for 2017 and 2019.

    Grey Swans pension demands are listed on below.
    The 1960s to 1980s born are now only victims of right wing led Labour under Blair and Brown.

  3. Rik

    Why is he not doing so?? c’mon Jeremy a… hell of a lot of people supported you?? I for one think you are good to go.. take this right wing Starmer Tory disguised as a Labour leader & deal with him… Jeremy You have thousands behind you… just do the right thing ..

  4. Zippi

    Aye, I saw Politics £ive. Why is everybody making the British Board Of Jewish Deputies the be all and end all? They do not speak for all Jews any more than speak for all of those in the African Diaspora. They are but ONE voice out of many and those other voices are not being heard. Where is this mythic Jewish Community? I a sick of hearing the lazy, mono talk. There are COMMUNITIES and they do not all speak with the same voice. So suggest otherwise and to ignore those who do not speak, or think as you do, is to do the very thing of which you accuse others, Margaret Hodge et al. If ever a lesson in hypocrisy were needed.

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