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http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/11 ... jews-done/

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Labour in Fresh Anti-Semitism Row After Candidate Posts on Facebook: ‘What Good Have the Jews Done?’


by VICTORIA FRIEDMAN
11 Nov 2017

Far-left Nasreen Khan, a shortlisted Labour Party candidate for a Bradford council seat, posted anti-Semitic comments on Facebook and accused teachers of “brainwashing” children into thinking “the bad guy was Hitler”.
A former activist for anti-Israel George Galloway’s Respect Party, Ms. Khan was responding to a video on Facebook in 2012 called, “The Palestine You Need to Know”.

Using the name Naz Kahn, she posted: “It’s such a shame that the history teachers in our school never taught us this but they are the first to start brainwashing us and our children into thinking the bad guy was Hitler.

“What have the Jews done good in this world??”

When questioned about the comment, she had added: “No, I’m not a Nazi, I’m an ordinary British Muslim that had an opinion and put it across. We have worse people than Hitler in this world now.”

Responding to more criticism, she had said: “Stop beating a dead horse. The Jews have reaped the rewards of playing victims. Enough is enough!!”

The Labour member is in a two-person shortlist for council elections next year in the Labour safe seat in the ward of Little Horton, Bradford.

On Friday, Ms. Khan told the Telegraph & Argus that she “apologised straight away” after recently being confronted with her comments, and said they were “inappropriate and unacceptable”.

“I have travelled a long way since then and learned so much. I profoundly regret the comments I made in 2012 and any offence they caused,” she added.

The Labour Party has seen several high-profile figures amongst its ranks making anti-Semitic or anti-Israeli comments, notably since the party was taken over by socialist Jeremy Corbyn, who praises the Palestinian terror group Hamas.

As Breitbart Jerusalem reported, the current Labour conference has been marred by claims of vile anti-Semitic content both on the conference floor and at side events.

On the second day alone an activist called for Holocaust denial to be covered by free speech guarantees as another demanded Jewish and pro-Israel groups be expelled from the party before calling Israel supporters “Nazis.”

The chair of the Jewish Labour Movement said Jeremy Corbyn should be “acutely embarrassed” by the row engulfing Labour, while the party was told to “do more to establish that it is not a racist party” by Britain’s equality watchdog.

Party members backed a move to toughen Labour’s regulations on “incidents involving racism, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia or otherwise racist language, sentiments, stereotypes or actions” in a conference vote on Tuesday.

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Here is a link to the BBC article that Sargon referenced in his video

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... eremy Corbyn will present his plan to speed up the expulsion of members over anti-Semitism to Labour's ruling body ..


Were commies always anti-hebe ??

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I always thought Karl Marx was (technically at least) a hebe ... and that seems to be the case ... per wiki ...

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... Marx was ethnically Jewish. His maternal grandfather was a Dutch rabbi, while his paternal line had supplied Trier's rabbis since 1723, a role taken by his grandfather Meier Halevi Marx.[26] His father, as a child known as Herschel, was the first in the line to receive a secular education. He became a lawyer and lived a relatively wealthy and middle-class existence, with his family owning a number of Moselle vineyards. Prior to his son's birth, and after the abrogation of Jewish emancipation in the Rhineland,[27] Herschel converted from Judaism to join the state Evangelical Church of Prussia, taking on the German forename Heinrich over the Yiddish Herschel.[28]


Marx's birthplace, now Brückenstraße 10, in Trier. The family occupied two rooms on the ground floor and three on the first floor.[29] Purchased by the Social Democratic Party of Germany in 1928, it now houses a museum devoted to him.[30]
Largely non-religious, Heinrich was a man of the Enlightenment, interested in the ideas of the philosophers Immanuel Kant and Voltaire. A classical liberal, he took part in agitation for a constitution and reforms in Prussia, at that time being an absolute monarchy.[31] In 1815, Heinrich Marx began working as an attorney and in 1819 moved his family to a ten-room property near the Porta Nigra.[32] His wife, Henriette Pressburg, was a Dutch Jewish woman ...


Note the only words above that matter in terms of Marx being a hebe are the last few ... his mother was a "jewish woman" ... which is how one comes to be a hebe ... by having a jewish mother ...

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... eremy Corbyn will present his plan to speed up the expulsion of members over anti-Semitism to Labour's ruling body ..


Were commies always anti-hebe ??

Maybe I missed it ?

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I always thought Karl Marx was (technically at least) a hebe ... and that seems to be the case ... per wiki ...

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... Marx was ethnically Jewish. His maternal grandfather was a Dutch rabbi, while his paternal line had supplied Trier's rabbis since 1723, a role taken by his grandfather Meier Halevi Marx.[26] His father, as a child known as Herschel, was the first in the line to receive a secular education. He became a lawyer and lived a relatively wealthy and middle-class existence, with his family owning a number of Moselle vineyards. Prior to his son's birth, and after the abrogation of Jewish emancipation in the Rhineland,[27] Herschel converted from Judaism to join the state Evangelical Church of Prussia, taking on the German forename Heinrich over the Yiddish Herschel.[28]


Marx's birthplace, now Brückenstraße 10, in Trier. The family occupied two rooms on the ground floor and three on the first floor.[29] Purchased by the Social Democratic Party of Germany in 1928, it now houses a museum devoted to him.[30]
Largely non-religious, Heinrich was a man of the Enlightenment, interested in the ideas of the philosophers Immanuel Kant and Voltaire. A classical liberal, he took part in agitation for a constitution and reforms in Prussia, at that time being an absolute monarchy.[31] In 1815, Heinrich Marx began working as an attorney and in 1819 moved his family to a ten-room property near the Porta Nigra.[32] His wife, Henriette Pressburg, was a Dutch Jewish woman ...


Note the only words above that matter in terms of Marx being a hebe are the last few ... his mother was a "jewish woman" ... which is how one comes to be a hebe ... by having a jewish mother ...


While it is my understanding that there were a number of Jewish people who were involved on the Bolshevik/Commie side of things during the Russian Revolution, Russia did have a history of anti-semitism.

Stalin was in the process of a Jewish purge that was only derailed by his death:

Doctors' plot

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Former president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews forgets he is being live streamed and calls for Corbyn to be killed...

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A former president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews (BoD) has called for Jeremy Corbyn to be ‘sacrificed’.

Speaking at the BoD meeting on 19 May, Lionel Kopelowitz said:

The word Corbyn is a very suitable one for him, after Corbyn in Hebrew is ‘korban’, which is a sacrifice. And I think we should sacrifice him for all the trouble that he has caused.

His comment forced current BoD president Marie Van Der Zyl to say:

I’d just like to remind you that you are being live streamed

n response, co-chair of Jewish Voice for Labour (JVL) Jenny Manson told The Canary:

It is as if in some circles there is an open season for, even an almost gleeful enjoyment in, using threatening language that could incite hate against Jeremy Corbyn. At the extreme it could be dangerous: one thinks for example of the horrific murder of Jo Cox.

JVL will pass this on to the Leader’s office making the point that they may want to consider reporting the incident to the police.

Here is the former president of the Board of Deputies publicly calling for people to "sacrifice" Jeremy Corbyn "for the trouble that he has caused" pic.twitter.com/Ud8mGLmb7d

— James Wright (@wrightismight) May 28, 2019

Manson also said:

This speech by Lionel Kopelowitz is abhorrent and quite inappropriate for a Senior Past President of the BOD. The current President Marie Van Der Zyl thought it necessary to remind those present that the Board’s session was being live-streamed (she was clearly concerned about his intemperate comments). But neither she nor any other of the approaching 100 Deputies present apparently saw fit to distance themselves from these remarks. Nor did Mark Regev, Israeli Ambassador who was present and a member of the platform party.

Speaking to The Canary, the Emeritus Professor of Operational Research at the London School of Economics, Jonathan Rosenhead, added:

Human sacrifice is defined as ‘the act of killing one or more humans, usually as an offering to a deity, as part of a ritual.’ What sort of god does the BoD’s Senior Past President wish to appease?

The Canary contacted the Board of Deputies, but had received no response at the time of publication.

https://www.thecanary.co/uk/news/2019/0 ... acrificed/



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Cringe-Worthy Interview: Jeremy Corbyn Held Accountable For Anti-Semitism In The Labour Party


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Posted at 7:21 pm on November 26, 2019

Seth Mandel posted a clip of this interview on Twitter in which Jeremy Corbyn refuses to apologize for the scandal of anti-Semitism in his own Labour Party. But that’s really just the end of a much longer interview in which Corbyn struggles under withering questioning from interviewer Andrew Neil. Neil dismantles Corbyn’s attempted excuses over the course of 10 minutes in a way that leaves Corbyn looking frustrated, not to mention foolish.

Neil opened the interview with this: “Jeremy Corbyn, the Chief Rabbi says a new poison of anti-Semitism, anti-Jewism, has taken root in the Labour Party, and it’s sanctioned by you, he says.”

“I’m looking forward to having a discussion with him,” Corbyn replied calmly. He added, “So far as I’m concerned, anti-Semitism is not acceptable in any form, anywhere in our society…When I became leader in 2015 I looked at processes that were available for dealing with egregious behavior and they weren’t as good as they should have been. We’ve developed a much stronger process. We have sanctioned people that have behaved in an anti-Semitic way, removed some from party membership and even removed people as candidates.”

“When the far right are rising across Europe using anti-Semitic tropes in order to intimidate people then I think we’ve all got to stand up together,” Corbyn said.

But Neil was just getting started. “It’s not the far right he’s worried about…it’s about you and how anti-Semitism rose as a problem in the Labour Party after you became leader. Why?” he asked.

Corbyn gave another filibuster answer but Neil eventually cut him off: “You’re speaking in generalities, let’s get to some specifics. You said in the ITV debate that anyone who has committed any anti-Semitic act in the Labour Party, they’ve been suspended or expelled and you’ve investigated, your words, every single case. The chief Rabbi has called that a mendacious fiction and he’s right, isn’t he?”

Corbyn denied it so Neil got even more specific. “Is it anti-Semitic to say ‘Rothschild Zionists run Israel and world governments?'”

Corbyn tried to dodge but Neil asked again, “Is that anti-Semitic?” Corbyn kept talking so Neil asked a third time, trying to pin him down.

“It should not be used and it is,” Corbyn replied.

“You can’t say it’s anti-Semitic?” Neil asked.

“I just said that it should not be used,” Corbyn said.


“That’s different from it being—there’s lots of things shouldn’t be used but that’s not the same as anti-Semitic. Is it or isn’t it anti-Semitic?” Neil asked.

Corbyn replied, “Andrew, it is an anti-Semitic trope that has been used. If you’d let me finish before, I made that very clear in the Chakrabarti report.”

At this point, Neil pointed out that the Labour member who uttered those words has yet to be suspended by the party. “You said everybody’s been suspended or expelled, but he hasn’t been suspended.”

When Corbyn began to ramble again, Neil interrupted him. “For using what we’ve agreed was an anti-Semitic trope, why has he not be suspended during the investigation?”

“The investigation is ongoing…”

“It’s a year.”

“It’s ongoing so far as I’m aware and action will be taken at the conclusion of that investigation,” Corbyn said.

“Why does it take a year to investigate someone who says, ‘Rothschild Zionists run Israel and world governments?'”


Corbyn could only say that he wasn’t sure but the delay might be the result of involvement by attorneys. At this point, we’re five minutes into the interview and Andrew Neil is just warming up. “Is questioning whether 6 million Jews died in the Holocaust the kind of thing that should get you thrown out of the Labour Party?” Neil asked.

Corbyn agreed it was terrible at which point Neil revealed a Labour Party member had shared a video questioning how many people died in the Holocaust. The party’s response was a warning, not a suspension or an expulsion.

“That was some time ago, I believe,” Corbyn said.

Neil revealed that “some time ago” was August of 2017.

It never gets better for Corbyn on this topic. Neil eventually states, “British Jews, many of them fear you making it into Downing Street, and that if you do many are preparing to leave the country. Are you not ashamed of that?” He gave Corbyn a chance to apologize to British Jews, but Corbyn side-stepped it several times.

Here’s the full interview. After the part on anti-Semitism, they move on to Brexit, Corbyn’s spending plans, taxes, and national security. Your mileage may vary, but I don’t think he looked very good in any of it. If you stick around to the end you’ll see Corbyn refusing to commit to ordering troops to kill the next leader of ISIS if given a clear chance to do so.



https://hotair.com/archives/john-s-2/20 ... our-party/
You can watch the interview for yourself here:


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Corbynski can't win elections with just the Muslim vote... yet.

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I get the impression that the hatred of Jews expressed by the "Labour Party" is primarily a function of pandering to the Muslims?

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