If a comparable report was done on the Democrat Party the result would be the same. Here is the difference: The vast majority of Britain’s Jews went to war against the Labour Party, and voted for the pro-Jewish Boris Johnson. The vast majority of America’s Jews will go to war against the pro-Jewish President Trump, and vote for the anti-Semitic Democrat Party in November. #Jexodus!
“I am not a Jew with trembling knees.” ~ Menachem Begin.
Following @JoeBiden’s embrace of anti-Israel org J Street (https://t.co/qtjBJCg5XI), I am reminded of Begin’s response in 1982 to Biden, then young senator from Delaware, who had audacity to threaten then Israeli PM Begin. pic.twitter.com/iHqtSxsrNb
— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) April 17, 2020
Labour Antisemitism Report Found Borderline ‘Neo-Nazis’ in the Party
By Breitbart, April 17, 2020:
An internal Labout investigation found that antisemitism was rife in the left-wing party, and that some members held borderline “neo-Nazi” views.
The report, which covered the party’s actions between 2014 and 2019, stated that an email inbox containing reports of prejudice against Jews would go unchecked “for months”. There were also “a litany of mistakes and missed opportunities” in tackling antisemitism within the party.
“The events which led to this investigation, including the party becoming host to a small number of members holding views which were unarguably hostile to Jewish people and in some cases frankly neo-Nazi in their nature, are deeply disturbing,” the leaked report said, according to the Daily Mail.
“This has caused great pain to the Jewish community. The party must take all possible steps to repair this damage, and apologise for failing to take action sooner,” the document added.
Sir Keir Starmer, who replaced Corbyn as leader of the party earlier this month, said the report “raised matters of serious concern” and he would investigate further.
Jewish Voters Have ‘Deserted’ Labour Under Corbyn over Antisemitism https://t.co/G5Fu1TbOcJ
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) December 11, 2019
The report attempted to shift blame away from the far-left former leader of the party, Jeremy Corbyn. It claimed that Mr Corbyn and his office had “little or no oversight over the disciplinary process” and that the failure to tackle antisemitism was in large part due to the tension between Corbyn and Labour Party headquarters.
On Wednesday, it was announced that the former general secretary of the Labour Party, Iain McNicol, will be stepping down from the party’s front bench in the House of Lords while an investigation is carried out, Politics Home reports.
As general secretary, McNicol was in charge of Labour HQ until 2018, when he was nominated by Corbyn for a peerage. The report claimed that while he was general secretary, Lord McNicol failed to confront prejudice against Jews within the party.
The former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, said that this is "the end" of Jeremy Corbyn, blaming the election loss on the "Jewish vote." https://t.co/iXr4GLWclw
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) December 13, 2019
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