The Labour of Judaea Strikes Again
Gilad Atzmon, May 5 2016
The Labour Party (henceforth LP for brevity – RB) may not have an issue with anti-Semitism, but they certainly have a serious issue with Black people and their history. Leading Black activist Jacqueline Walker of Thanet Momentum, is now suspended from the LP for comments about the primacy of Black suffering. Ms Walker responded on Facebook to a question about the Holocaust by contrasting the Jewish holocaust to the “African holocaust.” The mere mention any other holocaust is a flagrant violation of the law against questioning the primacy of Jewish suffering. The Labour of Judaea cannot tolerate such behaviour. Walker wrote:
As I’m sure you know, millions more Africans were killed in the African holocaust and their oppression continues today on a global scale in a way it doesn’t for Jews. … The chief victims of those failures however are not people of Jewish descent, but are the many other representatives of other minorities under-represented in the structures of the LP and discriminated against inside and outside the LP economically, culturally and politically in contemporary Britain.
The LP has a serious problem with the truth. Anyone who dares to describe the world as it is, is immediately ousted by the Jewish Labour thought police (Labour Friends of Israel, John Mann MP and others). First Labour showed itself dismissive of the working class, now we know it is also not interested in racial equality. The Party is bewitched by shekels, and this kind of interest does not come cheap. To read more: In the last decade the French Left together with the Jewish lobby has been harassing the genius French Black comedian Dieudonné. Here is my take: The Meaning Of Dieudonné.