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Day Of Shame For Labour, Not My Assessment......

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ToraToraTora | 12:35 Thu 29th Oct 2020 | News
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Nothing like a good old purge to sort things out. But, in all seriousness, if this leads to the utter rejection of Corbynism within the Labour Party, and -- far more importantly -- the end of the ugly monster of Anti-Semitism -- then it will be well worth the angst. As an aside, I've kept this quiet for some time, but in fact I've known personally for a long time that...
13:46 Thu 29th Oct 2020
Danny, re: PP's post.

//I honestly did not see the Nazi camp implication.//

Try the reference to the 1930s, gas, and the nub of the far-right being alive and well in AB. That should give you a clue.

As for Jeremy Corbyn …. all together now. Oooo Jeremy Corbyn.. tra la!
I heard both Sir Keir and Angela Rayner speaking on the radio today.

I have always found Sir Keir somewhat bland and unemotional in his speaking style, but his confirmation that the report was accepted without question and his promise that all reccomendations would be adopted were voiced in a tone incandescent with rage.

Angela Rayner was honest, admitting that it was a shameful day for the party, and when questioned, admitting that Jeremy Corbyn has a 'blind spot' when it comes to the issue of anti-semitism within the party.

Full marks for restraint there too I think!
They are all crawling out the woodwork to condemn him now. A year or so back they were campaigning in force, each and every one, to get their leader into No 10 and defending his record to the hilt.
Ha retro! I wonder if Angela Raynor is enjoying his discumfiture booom!!
Andy I heard and saw the same clip and didn't see/hear any incandescent rage.
Nor me, Woofgang.
Keir Starmer also has a 'blind spot'.Yes and look what happened to that poor cyclist :-(
What did you expect?
Labour had to cope as best it could while Corbyn held sway.
People bit their tongues or the party disintegrated - which is doubtless what the Tories wanted.
There's also the problem that Labour's membership chose Corbyn to be their leader twice. This is exactly two more times than the country chose Corbyn, but, still. Within the party, the democratic decision was to choose an incompetent, Antisemitism dog-whistler as a leader.

Those who *did* leave the party and kick up a fuss about this also seemed to get vilified for it even by Corbyn's critics. Change UK got wrapped up in Brexit above all else very quickly, but it's important to remember that a huge part of their initial formation was a rejection of Corbyn's failure on AntiSemitism.
Labour have suspended agent cob from the party. Oh dear. 10 months ago they wanted him to be our PM.
// admitting that Jeremy Corbyn has a 'blind spot' when it comes to the issue of anti-semitism within the party.//

lets us not point at the blind spot in someone else without attending to the defects in ourselves
( and yes you slow moving proles - THAT is an implied biblical quotation, motes and beams - blimey ! )

the overall effect - trying to inject a good bit of english common sense into all this is that theoverall effect will be - - very little
It will reinforce an already effective leader
// 10 months ago they wanted him to be our PM.//

well we have already had a lucky escape
sks will have to do a root and branch through the labour party
if they ever hope to get in power again, made me chuckle that marxist corbyn was suspended, he is a bit of a weirdo, like an old hippie
radical..
The phrase that comes to mind is 'when you are in a hole, stop digging'
Maggie-bee "Oh, give it a rest - same old, same old."

Hmmm.

Seems a strange response - strikes me as tacit approval of Labour's anti-semitism.

Let's stop calling it anti-semitism, and call it what it really is - a hatred of Jews.

I'm really pleased with this outcome and chuffed with Corbyn's suspension; let's not forget that Corbyn views Hamas as "friends", an organisation that, chillingly, has a stated aim of killing all Jews, and Corbyn's mealy-mouthed and disgraceful response, a response that resulted in his suspension, should be enough to convince anybody that this man is an absolute disgrace.

I see Livingstone has also been outed as a Jew-hater, which was always apparent going as far back as 2005 in his exchange with the Evening Standard reporter, Oliver Finegold (a Jew).

I'm now waiting for the Jew-hater, Naz Shah (she who famously said the raped white girl victims of Muslim rapists should belt-up for the sake of diversity) to be hauled over the coals as well.

Hopefully this will consign the Jew-hating Corbyn and the other Labour Jew-haters to the dustbin of history.
wow this thread is a bit of a car crash by itself without me asking what has happened to the car crash in Germany thread

Corbyn is unrepentant this evg
A good strategy by Starmer to try and draw a line between Labour who disastrously lost the election in 2019, and his new troupe.

Though Corbyn wasn’t intelligent enough to run the Labour Party, and he was the architect of Labours worst election result in 60 years, he was more incompetent than evil.

And Starmer’s suspension of Corbyn today seems very OTT. He might have chosen the wrong battle to score an early win. If Labour Party members think Corbyn has been badly treated, then the wound might fester longer than it should do.

deskdiary, naz shah sitll in the cabinet, i guess sks must be blind or
agrees with her https://www.weeklyblitz.net/world/british-labour-mp-naz-shah-wants-muslim-rape-gang-victims-to-remain-silent/
I always like to look for positives... Chakrabarti got a peerage.

Smashing.
I'm now waiting for the Jew-hater, Naz Shah (she who famously said the raped white girl victims of Muslim rapists should belt-up for the sake of diversity) to be hauled over the coals as well.
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Horrible woman but she did not say that.
She liked and retweeted a tweet that suggested that raped and trafficked girls should shut up for the sake of diversity.

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