Are racists really welcome in Keir Starmer’s Labour Party?

Is this the only flag that Keir Starmer likes? If so, and he’s a “Britain for the British” guy, then that’s a pretty big indicator that he might be a racist, right there.

The trouble with Keir Starmer is that it is easy to see the people railing against the use of Palestinian flags to register support for the people there as potential, if not actual, members of his Labour Party.

In one tweet below, after a person states that getting Jeremy Corbyn as his local MP is more important to him than getting the Conservatives out of office, a respondent draws attention to the flag of Palestine next to his name and states, “The Palestinian flag says it all.”

Well, no. It doesn’t say anything about the Corbyn supporter apart from that he wants an end to the persecution of the people of that country.

In fact it says more about the respondent, who clearly supports the persecution of the people of Palestine and is therefore a racist.

In the other tweet, a Jewish man comments on his wife giving him a kippah (skull cap) in the colours of the Palestinian flag, and the same respondent as before asks, “Why not ask her to get you a swastika one as well?” That’s likening Palestinians with Nazis, which may again be construed as racist, for what I hope are obvious reasons.

The same respondent was then shown to have tweeted a message about what a pleasure it was to meet Labour leader Keir Starmer, at a Jewish Labour Movement Chanukah party, thanking him for providing a reason to rejoin Labour and saying what a pleasure it is to be “back home”.

Starmer has been expelling Jews faster than any other Labour leader. But this individual is safe, it seems.

Is it because he is an anti-Palestinian racist?

And if you think I’m exaggerating, take a look at the tweet below, showing evidence of Israel’s persecution of Palestine.

And who’s it from?

“The wrong kind of Jew”.

This is what makes it hard to support the Labour Party under Keir Starmer and his cronies.

They look like racists, act like racists and attract racists.

What does that make them?

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4 thoughts on “Are racists really welcome in Keir Starmer’s Labour Party?

  1. flttymartyn

    The zionist bribed, racist, tory and establishment stooge is only interested in in Starmer and those who bribe him the most. He has no interest in working for the people of Britain, he has no interest in supporting British workers, he is as determined as the tories to destroy the NHS for personal gain…He is a disgrace, and must be booted out of the labour party….along with his far right, self serving cronies on the front bench and NEC!

  2. Julia

    I agree with every word, but how is he going to be ‘booted out’ when any dissent is silenced or disregarded, and where debate is now forbidden?

    I know there are many, many fine and honourable people still in the Labour Party trying to fight against the regime imposed by a Leader who did nothing but lie to obtain that position. A leader that quickly reneged on everything he ‘pledged’. (Now we have empty and vague ‘Missions’!) I find his expulsion and suspension of many of ‘the wrong sort’ of Jews particularly abhorent. And as to his treatment of his former ‘colleague and friend’ (Starmer’s words) Jeremy Corbyn I am totally lost for words.

    Sorry for the rant, but as someone who first joined the Labour Party in the late 60’s it makes me very sad and angry, to have come to the conclusion the Labour Party is beyond any redemption.

  3. Dave Rowlands

    “They look like racists, act like racists and attract racists.

    What does that make them?”

    The right kind of labour supporter.

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