Those of us who have taken to watching the anti-Semitism of Keir Starmer’s Labour Party from outside can only gape appalled at the latest announcement from the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
According to that body, it is satisfied that Labour has made enough changes to the way it handles complaints of anti-Semitism to counter the criticisms it made of how the party handles anti-Semitism complaints and will be winding up a two-year monitoring process.
You can read more about that here.
But you’ll also need to be aware that since Keir Starmer took over as party leader, Labour has embarked on a programme (or should that be pogrom) of removing Jews from the party – specifically targeting Jewish people with left-wing views.
Here‘s a report from December last year, on the removal of three high-profile left-wing Jews. All anti-racists, they were accused of anti-Semitism.
Notice that, in this report, Heather Mendick commented that “her branch used to have ‘lots of active Jewish members’. All were ‘lefties’ but just one of them is still a member.”
How about the resignation from Keir Starmer’s own Constituency Labour Party of Stephen Kapos, a Holocaust survivor who the party told must choose between his duty to teach people about its horrors and Labour policy demanding he may not support a group that has been proscribed by the party (albeit for questionable reasons)?
Others who have been forced out include:
And the Jews named in this article (which I’m aware includes some of those mentioned above).
It has been claimed that Jewish Labour members are almost five times more likely to face anti-Semitism charges than non-Jewish members.
But against this background of shockingly anti-Semitic behaviour, Starmer has issued an ultimatum to all remaining left-wing Labour members: support him or leave.
The BBC reports him saying:
“We are never going back. If you don’t like it, nobody is forcing you to stay.”
What a horrifying message for Jewish members of the Labour Party.
Starmer is saying that he will continue to purge them from their political home; to deny them a voice; to remove their identity (shades of Germany in the 1930s).
And their only alternative is to leave before they are forced out.
And that is what the euphemistically-named Equality and Human Rights Commission is praising.
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Jeremy Corbyn was stitched up by the media because he chose to have conversations with the Palestinians. Accordingly they labelled him anti Jew and pro Palestine. How they distort things. PS I have never voted Labour.
Has the EHRC being bought by the zionist lobbyists and threatened by the BoD? Is that why they are silent about Starmer’s racism?
Is the EHRC being bribed by Israel, the zionist lobbyists and the BoD? Is that why they are silent about Starmer’s antisemitic actions against socialist Jews?