Anti-Semitism: where’s Labour’s plan to stop discrimination against members who are falsely accused?

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I never thought I would find myself in agreement with the lunatics from Labour Against Anti-Semitism.

But their call for an independent review of all historic reports of anti-Jewish racism in the Labour Party since Jeremy Corbyn became leader in 2015 is right on the button.

It was a reaction to a new plan announced by Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner, for an independent complaints process in line with recommendations by the Equality and Human Rights Commission earlier this year.

As with all such plans by politicians, the real issue is what’s missing, rather than what is included.

The EHRC found that no fewer than 60 per cent of the cases it examined involved discrimination against the respondent – the person accused of anti-Semitism – by the Labour Party while it was supposed to be pursing an independent inquiry.

Starmer – whose strategy since becoming Labour leader has been to use false accusations of anti-Semitism to persecute prominent left-wingers and eject them from the party under false pretences – has made no plans to rectify this.

I had to take the party to court to prove that Labour threw away its own regulations to falsely accuse and expelling me.

So let’s have that “full review” of all cases since 2015.

And let’s see how many other members were falsely accused by lying Labour officers from Starmer’s wing of the party.

Source: Labour publishes plan to rid party of anti-Semitism – BBC News

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  1. Stephen Brophy December 18, 2020 at 12:42 pm - Reply

    if i remember correctly here was accusation if antisemitism in 2014, i believe ed Miliband was leader at the time and he had shown solidarity with the Palestinian people! I’m sure you can correct me if I’ve got this wrong!
    ps, good luck with the court case, i hope you get justice!

    • Mike Sivier December 19, 2020 at 3:07 pm - Reply

      You are correct. Mr Miliband planned to recognise Palestine as a state separate from Israel and this was deemed, by people we have since come to recognise, as anti-Semitic.

      Thanks for the kind words about court!

  2. disabledgrandad December 18, 2020 at 2:51 pm - Reply

    You expect truth and rationality from a cult of new Labour 2.0? Well, your going to be out of luck all they have are lies and smears that of course accuse with no evidence.

    But again I have to ask why are socialists still in Labour they have gone Tory-lite and walked away from Labours ideology. So why are the socialists wasting their time giving money and support to an organisation that hates them?

    Now that’s stupid!

  3. Zippi December 19, 2020 at 9:21 pm - Reply

    “The EHRC found that no fewer than 60 per cent of the cases it examined involved discrimination against the respondent.” This, of course, made the front page of all of the papers and the lead story on television news bulletins! I also heard the likes of Wes Streeting and Dame Margaret Hodge crowing about this, ad infinitum! Och and pigs flew!
    Hypocrites! These people are fuelling hatred towards Jews. The question is why?

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