Labour’s insane disciplinary process is continuing to target Jews with psychological warfare – while claiming to be protecting members of that ethnicity. And while attending conference, to boot.
Leah Levane is co-chair of Jewish Voice for Labour – a group of Jewish people who are Labour Party members and who, therefore, should be logical choices for advice on how to combat anti-Semitism in the party.
Instead she has been accused of siding with anti-Semites (although only organisations which have been falsely accused of anti-Semitism by the same biased Labour Party system).
In fact, her only crime is not being a supporter of the violent Zionism that is practised by the government of Israel, which dictates policy to Keir Starmer through its representatives on the Board of Deputies of British Jews.
It is this interpretation of Zionism that has caused the deaths of many thousands of Palestinian people – and not a few Israeli Jews as well.
According to JVL, her exclusion is
because she had signed an Open letter (along with 5,000 others) organised by Labour Against the Witch Hunt and spoken at an online meeting organised by Labour in Exile Network, both of which are organisations that were banned in July.
Yes – those organisations were banned for opposing false anti-Semitism allegations against Labour members, many of whom simply oppose political policies of hate – that Keir Starmer and his ilk seem to support.
The allegations are unfair because the organisations Ms Levane is accused of supporting were not proscribed by Labour when she collaborated with them, and she had no reason to suspect that they would be.
Worse, Labour followed its current policy of psychological warfare by sending notices of auto-expulsion (and that she could not be a delegate to the party conference) to her in the middle of the night.
It backfired, because she did not receive the emails.
But it led to a worse situation when this senior citizen was refused entry – with the police called in – when she arrived for the second day of the conference.
In a statement, JVL said:
This is yet another example of left-wing Jews, especially JVL Committee members being accused – directly or indirectly – of antisemitism.
In fact this has nothing to do with tackling the real threat of antisemitism.
It is an attack on the left in the Party, the only part that has the ideas that can truly address the crises facing working class people made far, far worse under this pernicious Tory government.
Oh, and if Labour is expelling people retrospectively for criticising Israel, what about this offender?
Oh, but Starmer is exempt from disciplinary proceedings, isn’t he? How does that work, again?
Source: Leah Levane, co-chair of JVL, expelled from the Labour Party | Jewish Voice for Labour
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Appalling hypocrisy from Starmer and the Labour party.
The question one has to ask oneself : Is Keir Starmer bought and paid for by the pro Israeli Zionists and anti-Semitic with regard non-pro Israeli Zionist Jews?
It’s not difficult. The answer is very much yes.
Stammer the spammer isn’t Labour but like Blair a Tory in a red tie how many times has he shown it untill either the real labour persons defeat them throw them out or start another but this farce can’t go on its allowing the Tory’s to cull the stock through benefits denial this man and his cohorts are a stain on the once glorious party and to ask if he supports those outside the country yes it’s this monies sustaining them
PS it’s bad enough now but the NHS is nearly gone whot do people’s like me do no company going to insure us we just the disabled stock ready for the slaughter