Keir Starmer signs up to Board of Deputies’ hate campaign against Roger Waters [STRONG LANGUAGE]

Keir Starmer: as a barrister, did it never occur to him to examine the evidence?

If you’re a long-term reader of Vox Political, you’ll already know what’s going on here, and that it has been going on for a very long time.

If you’re not, and you’ve believed all the claptrap that has been thrown at people who (in this instance) object – we don’t have to put it any stronger than that – to the hatred practised every day by the government of Israel and its propagandists across the world, then prepare to be amazed.

Either way, please take the time to watch the following video clip in which Roger Waters, the latest high-profile victim of a fake anti-Semitism narrative, explains why it is nonsense and how he feels about being targeted in this way.

Be warned – he doesn’t mince his words:

It has just been revealed that the Board of Deputies of British Jews – one of the propaganda organisations mentioned above – wrote to leading politicians in the Conservative and Labour parties, seeking support for false accusations against Mr Waters.

Among those who were happy to lend their name to this hate campaign was Labour leader Keir Starmer:

Look at what he wrote to BoD President Marie Van Der Zyl [boldings mine]:

I found the examples listed in your letter, of instances in which Roger Waters has clearly espoused antisemitic views to his audiences, highly disturbing.

Which instances were these? Can Starmer quote what these instances were? Can he point us to audio-visual evidence of these instances that took place at well-attended concerts full of mobile phone-wielding fans?

Were they similar to the segments of the show that Mr Waters himself mentioned in the interview above – that clearly did not espouse anti-Semitism in any way?

Starmer wrote:

Those that hide behind the excuse that artists in the entertainment industry should not be held to the same standards as others are utterly wrong. There should be no artistic licence for discrimination or racism.

When did Roger Waters ever hide behind any such excuse? Can Starmer point us to audio-visual evidence of him doing so? Or is it more accurate that he has never done anything of the sort?

Roger Waters… is now synonymous with spreading deeply troubling antisemitism.

Can Starmer demonstrate to us even one moment in which Roger Waters has done any such thing? I’m willing to bet real money that he can’t.

Views like this should not be given a platform.

That depends on what views Starmer was told had been espoused by Roger Waters. It is entirely possible that such views should not be given a platform. But it is extremely unlikely that Roger Waters ever did so.

Put it all together and it seems that Keir Starmer – a barrister who was once Director of Public Prosecutions – couldn’t be bothered to gather any evidence and weigh it up.

Perhaps he was busy expelling more Jews from the Labour Party and simply didn’t have the time.

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3 thoughts on “Keir Starmer signs up to Board of Deputies’ hate campaign against Roger Waters [STRONG LANGUAGE]

  1. BillW

    I find the BoD deeply antisemitic in insisting that Israeli politicians and soldiers cannot be expected to “be held to the same standards as others”.

  2. Dave Rowlands

    False, misleading, un-proven, fact less, accusations is all that is required to cover up what is really happening, the truth must never get out about what these so called people of power are actually up to. Any hint of socialism will be eradicated from history, you don’t get filthy rich by being nice or truthful to people.

    Roger Waters the man is not one to put up with this pettiness from these so called politicians and Israel protectionists. They may have picked on the wrong person this time as he won’t lie down quietly for them, ever. Rock on Roger Waters.

  3. Hecuba

    Keir Starmer is another rotten corrupt male politician and question is why is he targeting Roger Waters who always speaks the truth and provides facts not right wing fascist tory lies!

    Zionist Israeli government is very powerful hence their demonisation of Roger Waters who supports Palestinians and condemns the zionist Israeli fascist war machine which are determined to murder all Palestinians!

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