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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby Lordo » Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:13 pm

here is a kebab recipe for you you old stupit idiot. watch and learn about israel.

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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby Robin Hood » Sat Apr 30, 2016 6:53 pm

The Sickening Campaign to Silence Corbyn by Exploiting Victims of the Holocaust By Kerry-anne Mendoza

It is also worth noting that none of these come-lately crusaders against anti-semitism utter a word against Israel when its statesmen and women call openly for the ethnic cleansing and genocide of the Palestinians. Jewish-Israeli journalist David Sheen provided staggering testimony to the Russell Tribunal on Palestine recently, which tore the hasbara veil from Israel. How much of this has ever been reported by the UK journalists currently expressing such horror at the thought of racism, ethnic cleansing and genocide? Answer: none.


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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby Paphitis » Sat Apr 30, 2016 7:20 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Naz Shah made a series of comments (as tweets) and also re-tweeted some other comments about Jews as well as making her stage-catching declarations about the state of Israel being moved to the USA thereby achieving a double whammy (maybe triple) since it is the country she is meant to be representing that put Israel where it is today. As much as I believe the Israelis have every right to be where they are, if they had been given that bigger region a little further north - Anatolia - that would make me even happier. Anyway, I digress ...

She then made a horrendous non-apology - I listened to some of it - sickly and insincere, and so she should go on that basis and stand up for what she believes if she thinks it's worth upholding. Too many two-faced politicians for one more to be around imho.

Whatever Ken is supposed to have said about Hitler remains a mystery to me too. I don't like the man (either man) enough to google and find out.

Of course, the Labour party has become too 'Muslim friendly' and that is a shame as the average Brit is not well represented any more by Labour (but neither are they by any other single party, so there you go).

Reminds me .... they did also have another racist rant by that woman Labour MP a while back but that was permissible because it was anti-white-British. :roll: Double standards. But allusions to her charging the taxpayer for hair-straighteners for her Afro locks were outrageous too.

Another day in petty politics.


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What the hell! I'm speechless....
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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby Robin Hood » Wed May 04, 2016 5:34 pm

It's all politics! :roll:

What is happening is anti-Corbyn people will stoop to any level to destroy him. They have tried to ridicule him in any way they can, from the way he dresses, rides a bike, defence, previous relationships, IRA, Hezbolah, Hamas ...... you name it they've tried it! Now ant-Semitism. The one thing they have not attacked is his fiscal policy! I wonder why? :?:

Ken Livingstone Isn’t On Trial, Zionism Is – Mint Press!

In taking things this far, however, in subjecting Ken Livingstone to trial-by-media over his comments on Zionism, his detractors have also unwittingly placed Zionism itself on trial, with the question of Zionism, as mentioned, undoubtedly now being pondered by millions of people who previously would have had zero interest in the subject. And what most of those people will inarguably find if they delve deep enough into that question, despite the determined efforts of Israel’s supporters to conflate Zionism with Judaism, is that this is a political doctrine and ideology responsible for crimes against humanity on a grand scale.

The definitive work in this regard is Ilan Pappe’s The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (Oneworld, 2006). In the preface of his forensic exploration of what is known today throughout the Arab world as al-Nakba (the Catastrophe), Pappe writes: “…it took six months to complete the operation [ethnic cleansing of Palestine]. When it was over, more than half of Palestine’s native population, close to 800,000 people, had been uprooted, 531 villages had been destroyed, and eleven urban neighbourhoods emptied of their inhabitants. The plan decided upon on 10 March 1948, and above all its systematic implementation in the following months, was a clear-cut case of an ethnic cleansing operation, regarded under international law today as a crime against humanity.”

The truth of Zionism is revealed in this passage. It is a racist, supremacist ideology responsible for some of the most heinous crimes against humanity the world has seen in recent history.

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A Palestinian perspective ...........

A Palestinian View on the Anti-Semitism Row - By Professor Kamel Hawwash

Even closer to home, Balfour had more right to promise Wales to the Zionists than Palestine – with my apologies to the Welsh people. Had he done so and had Israel been created in Wales, had Cardiff been occupied and declared the united capital of Israel, and had Swansea been under siege for 10 years because it reacted to Israel’s illegal occupation, would the Welsh have simply accepted this and behaved as a model occupied people?

I remind all who are interested in peace in historic Palestine that we Palestinians did not choose our occupiers. They chose Palestine knowing it was not an empty land but one that had a people, my people, the Palestinians that have paid with their land, lives and rights.

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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby Lordo » Wed May 04, 2016 10:31 pm

this whole saga has been taken out of context completely. The comment was made as response to an iraily minister suggestion that all the arabs in israel could be moved to jordan or saudi arabia at some point. the reply was surely it is easiler to take the israilies to american desert as they such good friends.

simple ideas work best. the israilies will be safer there. there will be no arabs attacking them.
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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed May 04, 2016 10:51 pm

They're all covering up for Naz Shah. She did say something I consider racist and in support of ethnic cleansing. These politicians should really keep their personal agendas out of democratic politics. It's one thing for her to be anti-Israeli, as a Muslim(?) or for whatever reason - but when you are elected and democratically representing people, you should represent everyone not just your chosen few. Otherwise, she should just stick to twitting or whatever she does and stay out of professional politics. Typically, she's now taken down a few others in her wake ... :roll:
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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby Robin Hood » Thu May 05, 2016 5:36 am

Lordo wrote:this whole saga has been taken out of context completely. The comment was made as response to an iraily minister suggestion that all the arabs in israel could be moved to jordan or saudi arabia at some point. the reply was surely it is easiler to take the israilies to american desert as they such good friends.

simple ideas work best. the israilies will be safer there. there will be no arabs attacking them.


It would also save the US tax payer $4.5bn a year in the military weaponry assistance they provide for Israel's 'protection'! :roll:
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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby Robin Hood » Thu May 05, 2016 5:48 am

GreekIslandGirl wrote:They're all covering up for Naz Shah. She did say something I consider racist and in support of ethnic cleansing. These politicians should really keep their personal agendas out of democratic politics. It's one thing for her to be anti-Israeli, as a Muslim(?) or for whatever reason - but when you are elected and democratically representing people, you should represent everyone not just your chosen few. Otherwise, she should just stick to twitting or whatever she does and stay out of professional politics. Typically, she's now taken down a few others in her wake ... :roll:


I agree with Lordo ...... it was all hyped up and taken out of context. If you read between the lines what she was saying was to the Americans in the context "You are so close and such interdependent allies, why don't you move them to the US, you have more than enough room and the Palestinians could then get their lands back?".

To oppose what the Israeli Zionists do is not in my view anti-Semitic as that would mean a lot of Orthodox Jews would also be anti-Semitic. The Zionists hide behind Judaism but many Jews oppose them ...... and then they are accused by the Zionists of being self-hating Jews. Zionism is the problem ....not Judaism! :roll:
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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Thu May 05, 2016 9:10 am

Robin Hood wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:They're all covering up for Naz Shah. She did say something I consider racist and in support of ethnic cleansing. These politicians should really keep their personal agendas out of democratic politics. It's one thing for her to be anti-Israeli, as a Muslim(?) or for whatever reason - but when you are elected and democratically representing people, you should represent everyone not just your chosen few. Otherwise, she should just stick to twitting or whatever she does and stay out of professional politics. Typically, she's now taken down a few others in her wake ... :roll:


I agree with Lordo ...... it was all hyped up and taken out of context. If you read between the lines what she was saying was to the Americans in the context "You are so close and such interdependent allies, why don't you move them to the US, you have more than enough room and the Palestinians could then get their lands back?".


Her words were more direct than that and in the end it amounts to approving the displacement of people from their historical lands.
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Re: Anti-Semitic comments by leading Labour party members

Postby Lordo » Thu May 05, 2016 9:35 am

GreekIslandGirl wrote:They're all covering up for Naz Shah. She did say something I consider racist and in support of ethnic cleansing. These politicians should really keep their personal agendas out of democratic politics. It's one thing for her to be anti-Israeli, as a Muslim(?) or for whatever reason - but when you are elected and democratically representing people, you should represent everyone not just your chosen few. Otherwise, she should just stick to twitting or whatever she does and stay out of professional politics. Typically, she's now taken down a few others in her wake ... :roll:

more bullshit my dear, what was said by the israili minister is on record and so is her reply. there will be no peace in the middle east so long as israel continues her policies of suffocation of the local population to her own detriment. sooner or later even america will feel that what is going on is not economically viable. sooner or later petrol will finish and so will isarel with it. it is at this point where the israilies will realise what they have done but by then it will be too late and they will suffer one more migration to quite where is not so obvious, perhaps nevada desert is as good as any.
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