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Thursday, 5 May 2016

Yitzhak 'Arab lovers' Herzog is Concerned about Racism in British Labour

The Racist Israeli Labour Party Threatens to Boycott the British Labour Party for 'anti-Semitism

According to the Jewish Chronicle, the Israeli Labour Party, which presided over Israel becoming the world's only Apartheid state (it used to have a close partner in South Africa) is now threatening to boycott the British Labour Party because it is 'anti-Semitic'. 
Happier days when the Israeli Labour Party was in government and Apartheid South Africa was its best friend
It’s like the Yorkshire Ripper threatening to report someone for sexual harassment or Count Dracula giving a stern lecture to meat eaters on the benefits of vegetarianism.  It’s what’s called in Yiddish a ‘chutzpah’.  For those who are interested in these things, the definition of a chutzpah is a boy who has killed both his parents and then falls on the mercy of the court, pleading that they should take pity on him because he is an orphan!

South Africa Prime Minister John Vorster - who was interned during the war because he was a vociferous supporter of the Nazis - pays tribute to the dead at Israel's Holocaust propaganda museum Yad Vashem
The Israeli Labour Party (Mapai) used to campaign for 'Jewish Labour, Land and Produce'.  Which meant a boycott of Arab Labour and Produce and the eviction of Arabs from ‘Jewish’ land.   As David HaCohen, former Managing Director of Solel Boneh, Israel's largest building company, which used to be owned by Histadrut, the apartheid 'trade union' explained:

‘I had to fight my friends on the issue of Jewish socialism, to defend the fact that I would not accept Arabs in my Trade Union, the Histadrut; to defend preaching to housewives that they should not buy at Arab stores; to defend the fact that we stood guard at orchards to prevent Arab workers from getting jobs there... to pour kerosene on Arab tomatoes; to attack Jewish housewives in the markets and smash Arab eggs they had bought... to buy dozens of dunums from an Arab is permitted but to sell God forbid one Jewish dunum to an Arab is prohibited; to take Rothschild the incarnation of capitalism  as a socialist and to name him the 'benefactor' - to do all that was not easy.’ [David Hirst, The Gun and the Olive Branch, p.185 citing Ha’aretz 15.11.69.]

The idea that these racist hypocrites would dare to lecture the Labour Party on ‘anti-Semitism’ is an outrage.  That he could even begin to lecture British Labour is a consequence of the witch hunt that Corbyn has presided over.
Israeli bill board switches between Netanyahu and Herzog
Let us remember the visit of John Vorster, South Africa’s Apartheid Prime Minister to Israel in the dying days of Yitzhak Rabin’s Labour Government in 1976.  Israeli Labour had established the closest of links with the Apartheid government in South Africa.  That is why the ANC to this day and people like Archbishop Desmond Tutu (another anti-Semite!) support the Boycott of Israel.  These links included nuclear links and the establishment by the Histadrut ‘union’ of an arms production factory Iskandoor in South Africa itself, thus breaking the UN arms embargo.

These  are the people that Jon Lansman is holding cosy chats with.

By JC Reporter, May 3, 2016

The head of Israel’s Labour Party, Isaac Herzog, has said he is reconsidering ties with Jeremy Corbyn's Labour in the wake of the allegations of antisemitism within the UK party.

Mr Herzog, who heads the Zionist Union and its Labour Party faction, said he was “considering suspending relations” with the UK party and that “it’s possible there may be no other resort.”

He added that he believed the antisemitic views expressed were “only a small and loud minority” within the UK Labour Party.

Fellow Labour MK Nachman Shai urged ending ties as “there is a toxic atmosphere of hatred and fanaticism in British Labour” and consequently “it is no longer a sister party with which we can have close relations and coordinate policy.”

Former Labour leader and current MK Amir Peretz said that UK Labour was suffering from “a moral collapse that requires immediate and unequivocal action.”

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