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UK's Labour Party spars with BBC over charges of anti-Semitism

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5 hours ago, rocketman777 said:

anti-Semitism,   which has been redefined by to suit the propaganda of the Zionist, is just a way of trying to undermine the Labor Party and Corbyn in particular.

 

Of the conservative party members approx 80% are signed up with Conservative Friends of Israel  (CFI)   group

 

Where as the equivalent  ' Labour Friends of Israel (LFI) ' group has a very low number( approx 20) of Labor members

 

This does not suit the Zionist agenda and limits the Israeli governments influence on Labor policy..

 

The documentary by Aljazeera  'The Lobby' exposed  the deliberate policy directed from the Israeli embassy and defacto the Israeli government to undermine the Labor party with antisemitism smear tactics

 

https://www.aljazeera.com/investigations/thelobby/

 

 

I  spotted 8 lies in this post.Can anyone improve on that?

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1 hour ago, RuamRudy said:

Claims of anti-semitism have certainly become more prominent since Corbyn took over - whether there is actually a problem and, if so, whether it is a relatively modern phenomenon, I have no idea. Anti-semitism was, to my understanding, rife across many sectors of the UK in those less enlightened days when talking about 'coons' and 'pakis' was, likewise, not frowned upon, so I am not so sure that he has been a precursor for any shift backwards in terms of attitude.

 

Nowadays, however, criticism of Israel is a very fraught business, with cries of anti-semitism being leveled at anyone dares to suggest that the Palestinians have gotten a raw deal.  

 

Hamas - they are a different kettle of fish, of course. But there is a long history of covert contacts between politicians and terrorist organisations. Does Corbyn think, possibly naively, that he can appeal to the moderates, and in the full glare of the public eye, without drawing criticism? I don't know. What I do know, however, is that, for all the noise the MSM has been making about Labour's alleged anti-semitism, they have been incredibly silent about the Tory party's alleged islamophobia. 

 

new poll finds widespread Islamophobia among Conservative Party members

 

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Nowadays, however, criticism of Israel is a very fraught business, with cries of anti-semitism being leveled at anyone dares to suggest that the Palestinians have gotten a raw deal.  

 

Hyperbolic nonsense.

 

 

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....the Tory party's alleged islamophobia

 

Look over there!

 

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Hamas - they are a different kettle of fish, of course. But there is a long history of covert contacts between politicians and terrorist organisations. Does Corbyn think, possibly naively, that he can appeal to the moderates, and in the full glare of the public eye, without drawing criticism? I don't know.

 

Not knowing doesn't stop you from insinuating, though.

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12 minutes ago, jayboy said:

 

 

14 minutes ago, RuamRudy said:

I have no dog in this fight, and I have no particular fondness for Corbyn or the Labour party, but the relentless piling on that he has faced as the Tories have been self-destructing smells incredibly fishy to me.

 

So when I read statements from the like of The Jewish Voice for Labour, who see things quite differently to you, I have to wonder who is in the right here:

 

"With the transmission on Wednesday evening of the Panorama programme Is Labour Antisemitic? the BBC has reached a new low point in its retreat from its once praised tradition of impartiality.

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This programme has presented a grossly simplified and utterly distorted picture of Labour’s travails with allegations of antisemitism. It is shameful that the BBC has joined in an orchestrated campaign whose principal aim is quite clearly to prevent Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister of a Labour government committed to socialism. "

You don't have to believe Panorama if you don't want to, but I'm very surprised that you can't take the words of ex Labour MPs that have been hounded out of the party by McDonnal/Corbyn and their henchmen and indeed existing members who have quite honestly admitted that the Labour Party is at breaking point through this issue.

But please don't take this the wrong way but I know how you totally abhor the Tories and perhaps this clouds your vision sometimes, the evidence is their for all to see. 

Probably my last word on this subject tonight as I'm losing the will to live, bye bye everyone, bye bye.

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I doubt very much that accusations of anti semitism within the Labour Party play much, if any significance in the general public’s voting intentions.

 

 

 

 

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58 minutes ago, jayboy said:

I  spotted 8 lies in this post.Can anyone improve on that?

I counted 7.

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11 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

I doubt very much that accusations of anti semitism within the Labour Party play much, if any significance in the general public’s voting intentions.

 

 

 

 

I very much doubt that, especially if you're a Jew, either way it doesn't justify it.

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18 hours ago, Laughing Gravy said:

You criticice Israel for crimes to humanity then you get thrown the anti-semantic card. Or even racists which needs to be reminded that Jews, Muslims or Christians are not a race. If you question anything about Israel you are given the label of anti semitism, which is a load of rollocks.

You can critisise Israel for whatever you like .

Although there are many crimes against humanity occurring on a regular basis that do not involve Israel .

Theres the Rohinga in Myanmar , where 600 000 people got chased out the country , killed and attacked .

Theres there Uigar in China , reports of millions being incarcerated .

Tibetans having their land taken from them .

Kurds  , Armenians , Marsh Arabs and various other peoples that have a worse treatment than the Palestinians .

Much worse things happening across the globe , than whats happening in Israel  .

If you single out Israel and ignore all the much worse things happening 

People will question why you focus on Israel .

Palestinians want the destruction of the Israeli state and replaced by an Islamic state .

If you also want to see Jewish Israel replaced by an Islamic state .

People may question why you would like to see the demise of the Worlds only Jewish state .

 

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