If black Labour MPs are demanding action against racism, Keir Starmer hasn’t tackled it

Starmer takes the knee for Black Lives Matter: to him it meant nothing more than a photo opportunity. Black lives don’t matter to him – as we discovered when he attacked the organisation shortly after.

Mike Katz of the Jewish Labour Movement is shown to be wrong once again.

After he tweeted a link to an article he had written, saying Keir Starmer had “stood up” to “racists” in the Labour Party, Twitter added “context” pointing out that a report for Labour by Martin Forde KC had shown that anti-black, anti-GRT and Islamophobic racism had been allowed to flourish within the party – and Labour had not engaged with him about it.

And then – on the same day (May 19, 2023), Channel 4 News reported that black Labour MPs had written to Starmer, demanding – well, see for yourself:

Take a look at what these black Labour MPs had to say:

That should stay as a complete refutation of Katz’s claim.

The damning part is in the report, when we’re told none of those who wrote to Starmer wanted to be interviewed on television, because they fear that he would expel them from the party in response.

That would be racist in itself.

And no wonder, when one considers this comment from a person This Writer knows personally – and I believe every word she wrote here:

Put it altogether and the evidence makes a monkey of Mike Katz.

There is more, though! Even though it’s not entirely relevant to the above, let’s pile on the agony for the JLM chairman:

There is clearly a wealth of evidence showing not only that racism is rampant in the Labour Party, but that Keir Starmer has done nothing whatsoever to put a stop to it.

Now that this has been pointed out, both to him and to Katz, do you think they’ll do anything about it?

Neither do I – although I reckon some black Labour MPs will be on their way out the door soon.

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1 thought on “If black Labour MPs are demanding action against racism, Keir Starmer hasn’t tackled it

  1. Dave Rowlands

    Starmer has used racism as a political tool to change the face of the labour party. It will no longer oppose anything Israel does to Palestine and it’s people. Starmer has admitted though that he isn’t Labour but a real conservative, a right wing, couldn’t care less about the lies he tells to achieve his self cantered goal of getting into power.

    The Labour party we all knew and supported no longer exists and will never be re-instated as long as Starmer and his right wing nutjobs remain in control. The door is open for either the conservatives winning the next election or a coalition that will destroy this country for decades to come.

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