Starmer proudly announces what his Labour stands for: racism, apartheid and prejudice

Keir Starmer: from his speech, he’d love to don a uniform and shoot anybody who isn’t an Israel-supporting Zionist.

What a speech. If Labour Party grassroots members weren’t scrambling to find a way to oust Keir Starmer as leader before, This Writer certainly hopes that’s what they are doing now.

Starmer made his alarming revelations at a speech to Labour Friends of Israel, where he and other party bigwigs who should have known better shared a platform with Tzipi Hotovely, the Israeli Ambassador best-known for being a murderous, genocidal racist.

After listening to the speech, some might say it was a case of like attracting like.

I’m not even going to talk about it myself. I don’t need to. All I need to do is highlight some of the reactions.

That was the message Starmer was transmitting in his speech.

He opposes universal human rights. He opposes self-determination for persecuted people – in particular, Palestinians. He stands alongside apartheid Israel in opposing international law.

He supports racism – particularly anti-Palestinian racism, but also racism against black people, other people of colour, and Muslims. He supports apartheid. He supports the Zionist doctrine of racial supremacy over others. He supports ethnic cleansing – especially of Palestinians from their own homeland, wrongly seized from them by apartheid Israel. He supports war crimes. He supports genocide.

Historically, Labour has supported the things Starmer opposes, and opposed those that he supports. Labour members have fought – literally, in some cases – to prevent them from taking hold.

Those of us who are here today have a duty to the memory of those who went before, never to let the likes of Starmer pervert their dream of the future into the nightmarish distopia he feverishly desires.

So, Labour members, I ask again: what are you doing about it?

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.

https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/mike-sivier-libel-fight/


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