Here are some striking examples of anti-labor-traditionalism that policy editor Daniel Martin included in the EHRC report – as well as those in detail.
Details in the report
Pam Brommel, a councilor in Rosendale, Lancashire, denies that calling Lem-Judaism a “fifth column” was anti-Trump-anti-Semitism and that Jews were used by Trump.
He writes: ‘If Jeremy Corbyn and the Labor Party dragged the drawbridge and first naped the crooked bogus-anti-Zionist allegations, where we are now and the fifth column of the Labor Party did not exist, the lobby miscalculated … … the witch has created a brand new fightback network … then the lobby will melt back into its own chain. ”He was eventually expelled.
Jeremy Corbyn visited the cemetery where the terrorist leaders involved in the Munich genocide were buried. The mail received a photograph of Mr. Corbyn laying a wreath just one foot from the graves of the leaders involved in the 1972 assassination of Israeli athletes.
Examples of anti-Semitic behavior by party members included reducing the scale or significance of the Holocaust, comparing Israelis to Hitler or the Nazis, and using the word “zeo” as an anti-Semitic term.
It emerged that Jeremy Corbyn had admired a Semitic mural on Facebook in East London.
He supported the artist Meyer, who painted hook-nosed bankers playing exclusively on the backs of the world’s poor.
However, the Labor leader’s staff intervened, saying that “the allegation seems to have come down very well from the level required for investigation and if it is decided to dismiss it for sure”.
He later said that a “wreath was laid” for those who died in Paris in 1992, adding: “I was present at this wreath-laying ceremony, I don’t think I was actually involved.
Christine Shackroft, head of the opposition panel on LeBron’s national executive committee, which investigated the anti-Semitic allegations, intervened to reinstate the dismissed member for the anti-Semitic social media post so he could stand in the local elections.
Alan Bull posted a link to a fake news article on Facebook, entitled: ‘International Red Cross Report Confirms Holocaust to Six Million Jews.’
It was accompanied by a picture of the gates of Auschwitz, replacing the word ‘orbit with the word’ orbit ‘. He resigned after the Daily Mail revealed the intervention.
One member tweeted: ‘How can we not sympathize with the Palestinians when they stand up against this killing, Zionist [sic] George taught them well by their Nazi masters. ‘He was released with a warning
In 2016, a Labor councilor shared a photo of Jewish banker Jacob Rothschild on their Facebook page with a caption claiming that the Rothschild family and other organizations, including London and the Vatican, were ‘our news, our media, our oil and even our government’. It does not appear to have been investigated at all.
It emerged that Jeremy Corbyn had admired a Semitic mural on Facebook in East London. He supported the artist Meyer, who painted hook-nosed bankers playing exclusively on the backs of the world’s poor.
One member was not suspended, although he was told that Jewish lawmakers “cannot curb your killers in the Middle East,” referring to the Jewish brigade, saying “Jews want the Labor Party to comply with their demands.”
MP Chris Williamson commented on the anti-Semitic snowstorm, supported members who were expelled as anti-religious, and shared social media posts related to others accused of denying the Holocaust and being anti-religious.
The disciplinary panel ruled that he was ‘involved in online and offline behavior that was fatally detrimental to the party due to its reckless and unreasonably provocative nature’ and was ‘reasonably involved in anti-Semitic attitudes, stereotypes and actions’. Nevertheless, he was initially given only a formal warning.
… and that wasn’t
Activist Kayla Bibi shared a photo of an alien carrying the Star of David, suffocating the Statue of Liberty, but was not fired from the party because the photo was not “anti-Semitic.”
Jeremy Corbyn visited the cemetery where the terrorist leaders involved in the Munich genocide were buried. The mail received a picture of Mr. Corbyn laying a wreath just one foot away from the graves of the leaders involved in the 1972 assassination of Israeli athletes.
He later said that a “wreath was laid” for those who died in Paris in 1992, adding: “I was present at the wreath-laying ceremony, I don’t think I was actually involved.”
Activist Kayla Bibi shared a photo of the suffocating Star David carrying an alien to the Star of the Statue of Liberty, but was not fired from the party because the photo was not “anti-Semitic”.
Alan Bull posted a link to a fake news article on Facebook with the headline: ‘International Red Cross Report Confirms Holocaust to Six Million Jews’
A Labor member shared a post accusing Jews of “dismembering the limbs of enemies” and accusing Jews of inventing modern terrorism: “ERA killers who took their ideas from Jews.” But the team tried to delay his suspension until they found out if his disability had left him weak.
The group excused a branch secretary for using the offensive word ‘jio’ despite being a second offense – and instead tried to reprimand the complainant.
A Labor activist wrote on the Facebook page of former Labor MP Louisiana Berger last April that she had been left without reprimand and was able to stand in local elections without reprimanding Zionist infiltrators within the Labor Party for not having a problem.
A member of Momentum’s steering committee shared a message accusing Saudi Arabia of being responsible for the “Zionist paymasters”. Apsana Begum – now a Member of Parliament – later apologized for her comments.
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