Twitter is alive with comments about Keir Starmer’s unilateral and ‘illegal’ suspension of Jeremy Corbyn from the Parliamentary Labour Party and the Labour Party.
The move came soon after Corbyn’s mild criticisms of the Equality and Human Rights Commission findings about the party’s handling of members accused of being anti-semitic.
The vast number of these complaints came from zionist Margaret Hodge, though most of her complaints referred to people who were never members of the party, the Israeli-financed zionist group the Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) and Jewish Labour Members (JLM) which also receives Israeli government money.
Len McCluskey’s tweet had to be one of the most weakest
though not as pathetic as Mr Surrender himself, John McDonnell
Within hours of the EHRC report being released and spun for all it was worth by the JLM, the Campaign Against Antisemitism, submitted a 72 page letter of complaint to Starmer demanding action against 15 Labour MPs and other members of the party.
Included in the CAA’s latest hit list was Starmer’s very own lickspittle Angela Rayner, her one time leftish pal Rebecca Long Bailey and every racist’s favourite Aunt Sally, Diane Abbott who suffered racist abuse from Labour Party HQ’s highly paid staff.
Centre left YouTube radio programme TyskySour hit its highest ever audience that evening. The programme which usually pulls in 2,000 viewers this time had 6,500 people logging in to hear what presenter Michael Walker, regular analyst Arron Bastani and newcomer Rivkah Brown had to say.
Walker laid out the findings as he normally does, including his usual smattering of expletives to represent his opinions, while Brown took a criticised Corbyn for giving his honest opinion, arguing that he should have known better, as so many did with Ken Livingstone.
She then went to say, as a matter of fact, that there was no witch-hunt of the left, dismissing those who said it was all just a smear, adding “we know who they are”.
Surprisingly Arron, who normally tows a legalistic line, was the only one who was outraged and added that with Corbyn’s suspension the party had taken a major step towards a dictatorship.
He ended by posing the question how should the Labour left respond. Stating he would not resign but would wait to be kicked out but mused that anyone who did resign would be free to stand as independents in marginal seats where they stood a good chance of winning enough votes to ensure the Starmer party NEVER wins those seats and will therefore lose the election.
Harriet Harman was quick to tweet her unalloyed joy on hearing Corbyn had been suspended and Tom Watson has called on Starmer to expel every anti-semitic Labour MP. As he did not name any of them we are left to assume they may be the 11 fingered by the CAA .
The anti-semitic and Islamophobic Tories must be laughing their socks off.
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