MULTICULTI MAYHEM IN THE BRITISH LABOUR PARTY
The most fearsome self-contradiction of multiculchalunacy exploded in the faces of its acolytes, yielding both a Mueslie MP and star Labour ex-mayor of London suspended from the party, Labour’s 2016 candidate for the London mayoralty accused of racism, and the party itself (especially in its university branches) widely suspected of antiSemitism under the cover of antiZionism (e.g. Daily Mail, 28 iv).
Labour had long been willing to wear the mantle of holiness that involved easy condemnation of the Holocaust and of any of Labour’s serious political opponents as ‘Nazis’; but this caper finally became a victim of its own success as the resultant mass immigration temptingly swelled the numbers of Muesli votes far beyond those of Jews, as Mueslis generally maintained their historic antipathies to female wiles, to female education, to adultery, to homosexuality, to alcohol and to Jews, and as Jews themselves soon ceased to be the underdogs that they had so affectingly appeared in 1945.
Of course, the official leftist position was that it was Zionism that was opposed, not Judaism, let alone Jewry. But two generations of convenient multiculturalism had led socialists to support the Muesli takeover of Europe that was likely to be opposed only by Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump; and their multiculturalism had got them stuck with Islamist attitudes to and proposals for Jews that were indeed those of Hitler – who had in the 1930s encouraged and facilitate the relocation of willing Jews to Palestine, as Britain had agreed with American Jewry in 1917 to boost support for American entry into the First World War. Many in MSM, in pre-Corbyn Labour and on the cowardly multiculturalized ‘right’ were likely to seize the chance of fun.
By 29th April, a fifth of Labour’s Shadow Cabinet and a sixth of Labour MPs demanded publicly that the party’s only star, ‘Red Ken’ Livingstone, be expelled – even though RKL had done nothing but allude to the Haavara Agreement between Nazis and Zionists through the 1930s which had, according to the Jewish Encyclopedia, assisted the relocation of 60K Jews from Germany to Palestine.
More explosions were inevitable as holy multiculti Labourites learned that the attitudes of their belovéd Islamists towards Jews (and Christians and each other) were very far less civilized than those of Hitler. Said RKL: "How can the truth be an offence - if I had lied that would be offensive."“Everything I said was true and I will be presenting an academic book about that to the Labour Party inquiry,” he said.
The former London Mayor was referring to a book written in the 1980s by the American Marxist historian Lenni Brenner, who had noted there was collusion in the 1930s between campaigners for a Jewish homeland and the Nazis. Fanning the flames of Labour infighting, RKL said this 'history' was unknown to MPs of 2016 merely because "they don't teach it in Israeli schools".
In a further twist, he blamed his suspension on “embittered Blairites” who wanted to undermine his lifelong leftist pal Jeremy Corbyn (fourth-born champion of all underdogs – not least of Arab-Muslim Palestinians – and elected Labour leader by his desperate party in 2015).
He was strongly supported by the British left’s other star, ‘Gorgeous’ George Galloway (the only UK MP to have his argumentative skills commended by the US Senate).
Jeremy Corbyn’s director of strategy and communications, one Seamus Milne, weighed in with insistence that the foundation of the state of Israel had been a “crime”. The leftist Observer columnist Nick Cohen reckoned the “rot” of antiSemitism in Labour went deep (1 v):
"Go to any British synagogue or Jewish school and you will see police officers and volunteers guarding [Jews]. I do not want to tempt fate, but if British Jews were murdered, the leader of the Labour party would not be welcome at their memorial. The mourners would point to the exit and ask him to leave. If it is incredible that we have reached this pass, it is also intolerable. However hard the effort to overthrow it, the status quo cannot stand".
Hard indeed – to part with the millions of Muesli votes accumulated under the nice-looking banner of multiculturalism!
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