Corbyn’s Labour is not a Party, More Like Occupied Territory
Gilad Atzmon, Apr 26 2016
John McAuliffe is the latest victim of Labour’s current philo-Semitic purge. According to the Jewish Chronicle, McAuliffe wrote:
The Holocaust has been the most useful political tool of the Zionist government in Israel to establish a financial racket in the West, whereby Israel receives an unlimited sum for the duration of its existence.
McAuliffe merely states the facts. Everybody knows that ‘there is no business like shoah business,’ as Abba Eban said in the 1950s. But denying the truth and killing the messenger is now standard procedure in Corbyn’s Labour. Like a proper Lefty, McAuliffe bent the truth a bit to fit it neatly into the party narrative. McAuliffe said:
The Zionist government of Israel is incompatible with Judaism and Jewish history.
This is a popular statement, but it is wrong. Leftists tend to draw an imaginary demarcation line between the Jew and the Zionist. No such line exists. Zionism is by far the most popular Jewish political ideology, and Zionism in its current state is compatible with Judaism and Jewish culture. Israeli barbarism is lightweight in comparison with some genocidal Old Testament verses and Talmudic teachings. And aggressive Zionist lobbying is consistent with the Book of Esther.
But bending the truth about Jewish culture didn’t save McAuliffe. He was thrown out of the party in accordance with Corbyn and McDonnell’s commitment to expel those who are making “‘Jew-hate remarks.” For years I have suggested that the Left is Jewish by proxy, but Corbyn’s Labour exceeds the realm of proxy. Corbyn’s Labour is now unequivocally a spineless club of Shabbos Goyim. The Labour party’s policies are now compatible with Jewish culture: intolerant to the core and concerned primarily with the imaginary suffering of one people only. These people are not the working class, they are probably the most privileged ethnic group in Britain. Corbyn’s Labour is a Zionist Occupied Territory. I should be happy with the current development. It proves my theses that the Left is not a friend to Plastelina, the oppressed or the workless people. I would have never believed that Jeremy Corbyn would engage in such colossally treacherous politics. I did not anticipate that Corbyn would become a Zionist lapdog. Corbyn was a great hope to many of us. I guess that the time has come to accept that The Left is a dead concept, it has nothing to offer. The dissent to Global capitalism and Ziocon barbarism should take a different shape.