Saturday, 11 March 2017

Insidious developments in Labour

There have been some disturbing revelations about the Labour Party over the last couple of days. First off was an exclusive report from the Jewish Chronicle:

Three members of the Unite union with close links to Len McCluskey and Jeremy Corbyn “ran rings around the room” at a Labour National Executive Committee hearing into claims of antisemitism and bullying at Oxford University’s Labour Club......

A source who was present at the NEC meeting said there was clear evidence of co-ordination among the three left-wing Unite members to over-rule the Compliance Unit’s recommendations.

“The three Unite reps ran rings around the rest of the room,” confirmed the source. “They had co-ordinated their response very well.

“At one stage Jim Kennedy suggested ‘these two gentlemen have been through enough’. Martin Mayer actually went so far as to say ‘these two need an apology, not a warning’.

The Unite union, whose General Secretary, Len McCluskey runs his union with a wee bit of an "iron fist" and would have been well aware, if not directly involved in this cover-up which came hot on the heels of Chakrabarti's whitewash of a report on anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.

Next up Afzal Khan who wrote compared Israel to Nazi's has thrown his hat into the ring to replace the late Gerald Kaufman in Manchester Gorton. Labour refused to investigate this man who with views like this is not someone who should be in the party. 

Hamas of course are beyond criticism whilst they suppress the palestinians with their version of Islamism and spend aid on war materials rather than alleviating any material poverty they claim "their" people are living under. 

Homes or rockets Mr Khan? Who are the real extremists in Gaza?

Meanwhile in Hove Labour Party now taken over by the hard left Momentum tendency, a newly elected executive officer has been kicked out of the party. Brighton and Hove News reports

Labour has expelled a newly elected member of the Hove constituency party’s executive committee after less than a fortnight. Riad El-Taher, 77, was thrown out after it emerged that he was jailed for 10 months for selling oil to Saddam Hussein....

Corbyn's Labour. Far-left Labour. Insidious to the core.

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