i’ve omitted a sideswipe at the tower block fire

The Goyim Know
Gilad Atzmon, Jun 17 2017


Sir Eric Pickles  may be the most disgusting shabbos goy in British politics. Pickles stood down as an MP before the 2017 election, but the ex-Parliamentary chair of the Conservative Friends of Israel still relentlessly advocates the interests of one tribe only. Pickles pontificates on Corbyn’s recent electoral success in an article in the Times of Israel, affirming that it was the Jews who kept Theresa May in power, writing:

How did Corbyn’s comments on Hamas not put off voters? .. Were it not for the Jewish community’s strong support for Conservative candidates in north London, then Comrade Corbyn could well be in No 10 right now.

Pickles is probably right, but how did this come about? Why is British Jewry’s political choice so distinct from that of their gentile neighbours?  Are those Jews British first, or are they just Jews who live in Britain, as the Zionist mantra suggests? Like the vast majority of his chosen tribe and unlike half of the Brits, Pickles doesn’t like Corbyn. He writes:

Worryingly, it seems Jeremy Corbyn’s relationships with hardline and extremist groups, including Hamas and Hezbollah, simply didn’t concern British voters in a way one would have foreseen.

Pickles admits that it seems even ‘Islamic terror’ failed to boost May’s popularity.


The gruesome looking chap better grasp it. It is the other way around. It is Corbyn’s openness to a dialogue that made him the most popular politician in Britain. It is Corbyn’s opposition to Israel that made most Brits see him as a genuine ethical voice. And the recent terror attacks in London made even more Brits realise that fighting Israeli proxy wars in Syria, Libya and Iraq may be the stupidest thing this Kingdom (sic – RB) could do. Many Brits prefer peace and at least half of them believe that Corbyn may be the person who can deliver. The recent election reveals that the Brits have developed a total fatigue with Zionist lobbying and Israeli driven global conflicts. They are tired of the likes of Theresa Je Suis Juif May and Sir. Eric ‘Holocaust Envoy’ Pickles.

skipping the bit about polyethylene-clad death towers:

Despite the election results that point at clear voter fatigue with the Conservative offering, Pickles continues to care for one privileged tribe only. He writes:

If Labour wants to proclaim to be a party ‘for the many’, he can’t continue to whitewash its problem with the Jewish community.

Actually, Corbyn did fine without the benefit of Pickles’ advice. Corbyn probably realises that by now we are all Palestinians. Corbyn’s support for Palestinian resistance is exactly what we need and expect of him. Further, if Corbyn had the guts to flat-out point at the one foreign lobby that has been pushing us into these catastrophic global immoral interventionist wars, he would be dwelling comfortably at 10 Downing Street, supported by a huge parliamentary majority. Whatever Pickles admits, Corbyn’s victory suggests that, by now, the Goyim know. Corbyn is likely to become the British PM within the next year. He is supported by a huge enthusiastic crowd. Still, Sir Pickles (sic – RB) vows loyalty to his foreign paymasters and their tribal interests, writing:

In my capacity as the UK’s Special Envoy for Post-Holocaust Issues, I remain resolute in my determination to root out anti-Semitism and feel proud to be in a Party that will stand beside the Jewish community every step of the way.

Pickles doesn’t offer to fight racism or discrimination against all. He clearly expresses his commitment to one people only. Let me tell you, Mr ‘Post-Holocaust Envoy,’ British Jews do not need a ‘post-holocaust’ emissary. What they really need is a pre-Shoa genius strategist, someone that will save them from the disasters they seem to bring upon themselves time and time again. As a shameless shabbos goy, Mr Pickles, you do not help to combat anti-Semitism. Quite the opposite: you actually provide anti-Semitism with a rationale.

Labour’s Israel lobby plans to relaunch campaign against Corbyn
Asa Winstanley, Electronic Intifada, Jun 16 2017

170616-joan-ryanJoan Ryan, center (Facebook)

“I was wrong about Jeremy Corbyn,” said failed Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith the day after the UK general election. Corbyn gained 30 seats for Labour, despite media predictions he could lose as many as 80. In so doing, Corbyn denied Conservative PM Theresa May her majority, a triumph for Labour relative to the consensus that the party was heading for disaster. Smith’s line summed up the general attitude of Corbyn’s critics in the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP). Three quarters of them called for him to go last year, in a failed coup which was swiftly followed by Smith’s leadership challenge. But in the wake of last week’s unexpected electoral gains, once critical Labour MPs and political commentators have lined up to eat some of the same humble pie as Smith. In a gesture of reconciliation, Corbyn brought Smith back into the Shadow Cabinet this week. Some hardliners, however, have rejected Corbyn’s outstretched hand, none more so than the party’s internal Israel lobby Jews. Writing in the Jewish Chronicle (JC) on Wednesday, Labour Friends of Israel (LFI) chair Joan Ryan demanded that Corbyn cut ties with the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) to prove Labour is a “credible party of government.” Ryan’s demands are extraordinary, especially since she used the general election campaign to badmouth her own party and its leader. The PSC responded to Ryan:

Ryan also slammed Corbyn as having “long-standing involvement with anti-Israel activism,” and called for him to atone by holding talks with Israel’s Labor Party, a racist organization which has recently been in talks to join Netanyahu’s governing coalition. She also threatened to revive yet again the anti-Semitism witch-hunt which engulfed Labour last year, when dozens of members were suspended without due process, often based on grossly exaggerated or entirely fabicated charges. Ryan herself was caught personally engaging in concocting false anti-Semitism charges against a party member who questioned LFI’s position on Israeli Jewish settlements. Yet in her JC article, Ryan demanded that Corbyn “address adequately the problem of anti-Zionist anti-Semitism within Labour’s ranks.” In fact, over the last year, Corbyn repeatedly denounced anti-Semitism and ordered an independent inquiry, the Chakrabarti report, which has led to institutional changes within Labour. Ryan ran a defeatist election campaign amounting to sabotage of the Labour leader’s chances of becoming prime minister. She wrote in a letter to voters in her district:

Many people tell me they have more confidence in Theresa May as PM than they would have in Jeremy Corbyn.

Despite her attacks on Corbyn, Ryan, was reelected on the coattails of his popular manifesto, like dozens of other Labour MPs who had worked against him. Yet anonymous “figures” and “sources” Jews have continued to denounce Corbyn to the JC and other right-wing media this week. The JC quoted a “senior pro-Israel Labour source Labour Jew” as saying:

I told people Corbyn absolutely would not win and they could vote Labour. We managed to get people who hate Corbyn to vote for Corbyn’s Labour Party. Communal groups will have to do what they did before and either ignore him or work around him. Pro-Israel Jewish MPs will be happier to bang on his door now, about anti-Semitism or Israel.

These pro-Israel elements Jews are evidently shocked and disappointed that under Corbyn’s leadership the party did too well at the ballot box. The source indicated that the pro-Israel forces would continue to undermine Corbyn. just as the Labour Party is more confident than it has been in years. Like other Corbyn critics, Tulip Siddiq, an LFI supporter, was re-elected with an increased majority despite her own efforts to keep the anti-Semitism witch-hunt rumbling. After the election, she told the Jewish News:

There are elements of anti-Semitism in the party that have not been dealt with properly. I and Joan Ryan and Wes Streeting will stand up … We can’t go on like this.

Failed Labour parliamentary candidate Jeremy Newmark, a veteran leader in the UK’s Israel lobby, wrote in the Times of Israel on Wednesday that after the election, “many things remain unchanged” and “we still need to turn a corner regarding anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.” Newmark called for the Chakrabarti report to be “revisited,” despite the fact that the Jewish Labour Movement, the internal party pro-Israel Jewish group that he heads, had initially welcomed it last year as “sensible and firm.” Newmark also called for a mooted Labour Party rule book change put forward by his del>pro-Israel Jewish group to again be pushed at the party conference in September. The change would “recognize that it is not acceptable to use Zionism as a term of abuse,” potentially making criticism of the Israeli state’s official ideology an infraction punishable by expulsion from Labour. The rule change would also apply to Zionism a definition of a racist incident “which places particular value upon the perception of the victim/victim group.” In other words, a concept developed to protect vulnerable groups from bigotry would be co-opted to protect Israel from criticism by giving Israel’s apologists the right to determine which criticisms of Israel they deem “anti-Semitic.” If adopted, such a rule would further conflate anti-Semitic bigotry against Jews on the one hand, with anti-Zionism, ie opposition to Israel’s exclusivist ideology that discriminates against Palestinians Arabs, on the other. Blurring the line between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism has been a key objective of Israel and its surrogates. Newmark also revealed the lines of attack the Israel lobby will use against Corbyn. “The immediate agenda is clear,” he wrote, calling for two prominent Labour critics of Israel to be expelled: former London mayor Ken Livingstone and Jewish anti-racism activist Jackie Walker. None of the smears used by hostile media and right-wing Labour lawmakers last year seemed to work. Even the false and grossly exaggerated charges of anti-Semitism had their limits. But bereft of ideas to stop Corbyn eventually entering Number 10, as now looks increasingly possible, Israel’s allies Jews in the Labour Party appear determined to bring this manufactured crisis back.


  1. Posted June 17, 2017 at 12:48 pm | Permalink

    “the jews rule this world by proxy” – Mahathir
    And their mask of choice today is islam – me

  2. niqnaq
    Posted June 17, 2017 at 2:22 pm | Permalink

    You gotta see this:

  3. Posted June 17, 2017 at 6:11 pm | Permalink

    LOL! Well, the tranny in charge of the USS Fitzgerald probably was straightening his nylons at the time.

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