Tuesday, April 17, 2018

UK: Parliament discusses the rise of anti-Semitism within the Socialist Labour party

(London) The British Parliament is currently discussing the rise of anti-Semitism within the country, but primarily within the left-wing Labour party which has seen a huge rise after its Hamas, Hezb-allah supporting Leader took post. Something he claims doesn't exist and whose supporters claim is simply a smear on his character.

Listen to Ruth Smeeth, the MP for Stoke-on-Trent, speak about the anti-Semitism she faces on a day to day basis:

Listen to John Mann, the MP for Bassetlaw, speak about the anti-Semitism his family faces on a day to day basis. Really powerful speech:

Funny enough, Jeremy Corbyn instigated an inquiry in 2016 after two Labour MPs were suspended after making anti-Semitic remarks, he brought in human rights Lawyer Shami Chakrabarti who found after a week that there was no anti-Semitism within the Labour party. However, that inquiry was soon mired in controversy when Corbyn bestowed a peerage onto Chakrabarti for carrying out that inquiry. And regarding those two MPs who were suspended, Naz Shah had hers lifted after 6 months for saying all Israelis should be deported to America; Ken Livingstone, who claimed that Hitler was a Zionist, is waiting to find out what is going to happen to him 2 years down the line:

Funny enough, Corbyn walked out of the debate, probably gone for a cup of tea with his mates in Hamas and Hezb-allah.