Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Andrew Neil Is Right

The far left, which is now the Labour Party, has got away Scot free with the rise of anti-Semitism within the party.

Started with Ken Livingstone claiming that Hitler, the man who murdered six million Jews, was a Zionist.

Nothing from Corbyn.

Jackie Walker, who just so happens to be a decendant of Jews, a Holocaust denier, suspended, but immediately allowed back. At one point the Guardian colomnist Owen Jones even stated that it "had no justice", for the suspension. That was until she was video recorded spouting her hatred.

The masking of their hatred towards the Jewish community, by saying that they're only against the Israeli leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, and their regime, or even claiming free speech.

Which is ironic as they will not allow any type of criticism towards the Islamic community. What they don't realise is, by oppressing people's right to criticise they're fueling Islamophobia.

No one is stopping people from criticising Netanayhu or his regime, what they are concerned with the is the growing hatred towards to whole Jewish community. And yet, not one person, famous or otherwise has come out st speak against the growth of anti-Semitism, but they'll all come out speaking out against Islamophobia.

The hypocrisy, and irony that the far left cannot see they are as intolerable as the far right, is outstandingly scary.

When will someone from the far left, grow the balls to stand up and say, "This is wrong."? Or am I asking too much?

As we all know Corbyn did issue Shami Chakribarti to do an inquiry into anti-Semitism within the Labour Party, and we all know it wasn't worth the paper it was written on.

Firstly it had no conclusions, or solutions, and secondly, a Jewish Labour MP, Ruth Smeeth, received anti-Semitic abuse right in front of the Labour leader, who stood back and did nothing.

In fact the man who supposedly gave out the anti-Semitic abuse was recorded on video telling Jeremy what he had done, again Corbyn did nothing.

Something needs to be done, otherwise I fear this is only going to grow and grow, and we'll end up with two huge divides, Islamophobes vs anti-Semtics.

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