Thursday, 6 April 2017

Ken Livingstone is now the victim of the same PC bigots he always supported when they were venting their spleen on his political opponents. -----Ken Livingstone is accused of lying about an agreement between Nazi Germany and Zionist German Jews signed on 25 August 1933 - yet here it is .....

So, is the issue that he is anti-Semitic or is it about him bringing a historical fact to peoples' attention (certainly it was news to me) that certain people wanted to keep covered up (for reasons unknown)? 

Isn't the Labour Party treading on thin ice by denying the Haavara Agreement? 

Did not George Orwell warn us of the consequences of denying history?

.......those opposing the reinstatement of the admittedly ghastly Red Ken into the Labour Party are a pretty grim bunch themselves.....
They include:
Rachael Maskell (Re immigration: She is quoted as saying "20,000 is not enough and 30,000 is not enough' and that "We will keep going until we hit our saturation point because what does it matter if we have to wait another week for a hospital visit? Or if our class sizes, are slightly bigger? Or if, our city is slightly fuller? What does it matter, if things are slightly more challening? If we have to pay a little bit more in to the system?")
Yvette Cooper, who back in 2015, Cooper was one of a number of politicians and celebrities who volunteered to take refugees into their home:
Wes Streeting (former Head of Education at Stonewall, where he led their Education for All campaign to tackle "homophobia" in schools)
Chi Onwurah (publicly supported Owen Smith's calls on a rerun of the referendum on the UK's EU membership)
Louise Ellman (She voted "very strongly for" the Iraq War, "very strongly against" an investigation into that war... Ellman is a member of Labour Friends of Israel. )
Keir Starmer (formerly held a consultancy position with the law firm (Mishcon de Reya LLP) that acted for Gina Miller in bringing legal proceedings against the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
Gavin Shuker (Shuker has been a critic of right-wing nationalist groups such as Britain First, the English Defence League (EDL) and Liberty GB, condemning what he calls their repeated "targeting" of Luton. He has drawn attention to the high costs of policing demonstrations by the EDL, and has spoken at rallies opposing the EDL’s presence in Luton.)
Barry Gardiner (In February 2017, The Times revealed that Gardiner received £182,284 in disclosed cash donations from Christine Lee & Co since September 2015, which acts as the chief legal adviser to the Chinese embassy. Before this, his constituency party received cash donations from Christine Lee & Co of £22,500 between 2009 and 2015. The paper also revealed that part of this money was used to fund the employment of Daniel Wilkes (son of the firm's founder) in his parliamentary offices. Alistair Graham, former chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, called the situation as "bizarre" and said "there are clearly questions to be answered")
----- The Labour Party is rotten to the core, whether it is the Islam apologists like Corbyn and Livingstone, or the Cultural liberal Israel Lobby like those above. Note that some of the 41 MPs are Jewish and will inevitably dispute the decision. Others have resigned as Shadow Cabinet members during the tenure of the hopeless Corbyn, so have an axe to grind regardless of Livingstone.
----- There is nothing to choose between the two wings. Essentially neither supports the indigenous British (who are largely not Muslim or Jewish, and have no interest in whether Israel exists or not, but simply wish to see no more British soldiers' blood spilled in the Middle East whether supporting Israel or trying to set up NATO puppet regimes in Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Egypt etc)

1 comment:

  1. Labour is a terrible party led by Corbyn McDonnell Abbot Thornberry & Starmer I wouldn't wish this lot on anybody