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Tuesday, 3 May 2016

The Growing Zionist Hitlist: Shah, Livingston....and Corbyn

In a complicated affair involving a variety of characters and subplots, Britain’s Labour Party is entangled in a scandal.

Livingstone talking to reporters after labour party's suspension
Two major Labour political figures were suspended from the party late last month for allegedly making anti-Semitic comments.
Ken Livingstone – a popular former mayor of London and an ideological ally of the current Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn – found himself in hot water over remarks suggesting Hitler supported Zionism.
Making the comments in an interview with the BBC, Mr. Livingstone was defending a colleague, Naseem Shah, who had a day earlier herself been suspended from the Labour party over Facebook posts dating back to 2014, which criticized the “Israeli” occupation of Palestine.
But the clamoring by Britain’s politicians and the mainstream media to paint Livingstone and Shah as anti-Semites reveals the grip of the Zionist lobbies over the British establishment and a plot to remove the man seen as a colossal threat to that very establishment.
The Transfer Agreement
The latest dispute occurred in the aftermath of Wednesday’s decision to suspend Shah, after it emerged that in 2014 – at the height of the latest “Israeli” attack on Gaza in which thousands of civilians were massacred – she had endorsed a Facebook post displaying a graphic that showed “Israel’s” outline superimposed on a map of the United States.
The map was under the headline, “Solution for “Israel”-Palestine conflict – relocate “Israel” into United States,” with the comment, “problem solved.”
The post went on to say that “Israel’s” hypothetical relocation would bring peace to the Middle East by ending “foreign interference”.
In the face of a seeming uproar, Corbyn succumbed to pressure from both inside and outside his party to suspend Shah over her “anti-Semitism” despite a “wholehearted apology”, in which she said that the comments were posted at a time when “emotions ran high” over the “Israeli”-Palestinian conflict.
However, as both Shah and Livingstone soon found out, “emotional” outbursts are unforgivable in British politics when it comes to sympathizing with butchered Palestinian children being dragged out of the rubble in their hundreds.
Mr. Livingstone, who is a well-known personality amongst the British public, attempted to explain away Shah’s Facebook post.
“Let’s remember when Hitler won his election in 1932, his policy then was that Jews should be moved to “Israel”. He was supporting Zionism,” Livingstone told BBC Radio.
Unfortunately for Livingstone, the British politicians and press did not appreciate his lesson in history.
Emotions ran high again shortly after Livingstone’s interview, when an MP from his own party, John Mann, who called him a “disgusting Nazi apologist”, verbally attacked the former London mayor in full view of television cameras.
It is well worth noting that Mann himself is not facing suspension from the party over his conduct.
Meanwhile, a former Labour MP who himself has quite a bit of experience with being demonized by the British establishment for telling the truth, defended Ken Livingstone’s comments as“historical fact”.
According to George Galloway,
“Ken Livingstone said absolutely nothing wrong; everything he said was the truth; historic fact; proven. There was an agreement between the Nazi filth of Hitler and the Zionist leaders in Germany to send Germany’s Jews to Palestine… So in that sense, Nazism and Zionism were two sides of the same coin.”
For those who slept through history class, both Livingstone and Galloway were referring to the Transfer [Haavara] Agreement signed in August 1933 between Nazi Germany and Zionist German Jews, which was designed to facilitate the emigration of German Jews to Palestine.
Delving further into history reveals that the ideological father of Zionism, Theodor Herzl, made no secret of his intention to use Jewish suffering as a means of furthering Zionist ideology.
For those like Labour MP John Mann – whose strengths might not lie in his knowledge of history – referring to ‘51 Documents: Zionist Collaboration with the Nazis’ may prove helpful. This book offers historic documents to demonstrate the betrayal of Jews by the Zionists – before, during, and after the Holocaust – even to the extent of offering to fight for the Nazis under the umbrella of an understanding that after Germany won the war, Zionism would be rewarded with Palestine.
Much like the term ‘anti-Semitism’, which refers to an individual’s hatred of all Semites – and not just the Jews – the memory of the Holocaust is an essential Zionist weapon used persistently against its enemies, with lobbies and individuals working to continuously remind the world of it.
Form AIPAC in the US to SAIPAC in South Africa, such organizations routinely exploit domestic or international law to discredit and criminalize individuals with the aim of forcing their respective countries to embrace the “Israeli” narrative and stifle any public debate, whenever the subject of “Israel’s” criminality is raised.
Politicians trying to put forward an alternative narrative are bound to feel the full weight of the Zionist machine.
But with Ms. Shah and Mr. Livingstone, the Zionist lobbies, which are a fundamental part of the British political establishment, are looking to kill three birds with one stone.

Crushing Corbyn
At a time when Great Britain is facing a rising tide of contempt and anger toward bankers, politicians and even the royal family, Jeremy Corbyn’s crushing victory, in which he scooped up almost 60% of the vote to secure the post of Labour Party Leader in September of last year, terrified the establishment.
Since then, Corbyn – whose approval ratings could very well make him the UK’s next prime minister – has come under sustained attack by the Conservative Party, members of his own Labour Party and the media, for opposing intervention in Syria, favoring dialogue with Russia, threatening to leave NATO, and most importantly, for not supporting “Israel”.
Shortly after Corbyn’s election victory, Britain’s Sunday Times quoted a senior member of the British armed forces, who wasthreatening a coup if Corbyn ever became prime minister.
The unnamed officer said that if Corbyn became Britain’s next premier, there would be “the very real prospect” of “a mutiny.” Elements within the military would be prepared to use “whatever means possible, fair or foul”.
George Galloway believes that Corbyn is “the real target”behind the accusations leveled against two of his party members – Shah and Livingston.
“They’re trying to get rid of Jeremy Corbyn, there’s a slow-motion coup. The real target is Jeremy Corbyn… They will say with all this chaos, we can’t go on like this; we need a new leader,” Galloway stressed.
According to the British newspaper, ‘The Independent’, members of the Labour party and the British Parliament are already discussing a possible leadership challenge to Jeremy Corbyn’s over the escalating “anti-Semitism” scandal.
Conveniently for the British establishment, the escalating ‘scandal’ – coming only days ahead of highly contested elections in London, Scotland and Wales – has forced Corbyn to suspend one of his party’s veteran politicians and most trusted ally.

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