1 April 2016

More False allegations of ‘anti-Semitism’

As people will know I have been suspended from the Labour Party for having allegedly made comments of some description.  I haven’t yet been told what those comments are although it is likely that they relate to Israel and therefore false allegations of anti-Semitism.

Below is a story of the suspension of Stirling University’s Labour Club President on the basis of hoax comments on twitter.  The mafia that runs Labour’s control and constitutional units suspended Rachel Bradshaw first and then inquired after.

False allegations of anti-Semitism by Zionists are nothing new.  Indeed it would be hard to point to a single Palestine solidarity activist who has not been so accused.  It would be even more difficult to find a Jewish anti-Zionist who hasn’t been accused, repeatedly of ‘self hatred’, being a traitor or both.
The term self-hatred is quite interesting.  It doesn’t literally mean to hate oneself as it could quite easily be countered by ‘no, I love myself in fact’.  My standard response is ‘no, I hate you’ which has upset more than one Zionist!

It is the old gibe that was used by the Nazi party against German anti-fascists. Literally it means an anti-racist or anti-fascist Jew, just like an anti-racist or anti-fascist German hated their race and nation and since, in the fascist lexicon, the individual is only important in so far as they are part of a racial community, they therefore  hate themselves.  It is therefore a charge with a Nazi pedigree – appropriate for a movement which collaborated with the Nazis.

What there have been are a number of examples whereby Zionists deliberately fake anti-Semitic attacks in order to ‘prove’ that they are surrounded by anti-Semitism and that anti-Zionists are really anti-Semites.

A Jewish student who painted swastikas on a board outside her door

French Jews Stunned by Claims That Rabbi Faked Own Stabbing

Rachel Bradshaw was suspended from the Labour party but was later reinstated after allegations of anti-Semitic social media posts were proven to be fake.

Originally posted on Mar. 31, 2016

Jamie Ross BuzzFeed News Reporter, UK

Bradshaw (centre) with the rest of the incoming Stirling University Labour committee. Facebook: Stirling

The president-elect of Stirling University’s Labour society has been reinstated to the party after allegations of anti-Semitism were proven to be false.

It was alleged that Rachel Bradshaw, a geography student who was elected as chair of the university society this week, used an anti-Semitic slur on social media and questioned whether Jewish people were welcome in the Labour party.

Bradshaw was then suspended by Labour, but hours later the party changed its mind admitting it had fallen for hoax social media posts.

On Stirling University Labour’s Facebook group on Thursday, a post told members: “We’ve got to inform you that Rachel has been suspended from Labour pending allegations of anti-Semitism. We (the outgoing committee) are fully behind her and have reason to believe these allegations have been created to discredit her.”

Following the lifting of her suspension, Bradshaw told BuzzFeed News: “I have had the suspension lifted after supplying evidence that someone has made malicious claims against me in order to discredit me. This matter will be handled in due course.”

After an initial statement confirming Bradshaw’s suspension, a Labour party spokesperson later confirmed Bradshaw had been reinstated to the party.

The spokesperson said: “Following receipt of further evidence, Rachel Bradshaw’s suspension has been lifted.”

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