On Labour Capitulation
By Gilad Atzmon
The Jewish Chronicle reported yesterday that a Jewish MP has been the target of a 'terrifying' campaign of abuse.’ The so-called ‘victim’ is veteran Labour MP, Louise Ellman. The JC reports that ‘antisemitic remarks’ were made on at least three occasions.
1. A non-Jewish forty-year Labour member claimed that when he defended Mrs. Ellman, a Momentum activist threatened him and told him he was “a Jewish Chronicle-reading Zionist fascist.” The JC fails to explain what is anti-Semitic in the Momentum activist’s ‘threat.’ The Jewish Chronicle is an ultra Zionist outlet that supports Hitlerian Israeli policies such as ethnic cleansing and Zionist expansionism.
2. During a meeting in February, activists discussed Hamas tunnels being dug from Gaza into Israel. One Momentum member was said to have compared the tunnels to those created by Jews trying to escape Nazi persecution in the Warsaw ghetto. Once again the Jewish Chronicle failed to explain why equating Israeli barbarism with other established cruelties in the past is anti-Semitic. In fact, the remark affirms the primacy of Jewish suffering and the orthodox Holocaust narrative.
3. At last Friday’s session, an attendee claimed Israel was backing Daesh terrorists and that the IDF was operating covertly among jihadis. Again the Jewish Chronicle does not tell us what is anti-Semitic in such an assertion.
As I often repeat; Jewish Power is the capacity to silence the discussion on Jewish power.
British Labour is the present target of an intensive exercise in Jewish power. The Jewish Lobby and media are openly silencing criticism of Israel and Jewish power. So far Jeremy Corbyn has not only failed to oppose such suppression, he has actively tried to appease the most Zionists institutions in Britain. We may have to recognize that our Jeremy, the hope for a change, is completely impotent.
P.S. At Tuesday’s Jewish hustings for London mayoral candidates, Sadiq Khan said: “I’m embarrassed, I’m sorrowful about antisemitism in my party. I think the Labour leadership could have taken a tougher stance, and needs to take a tougher stance.”