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6 minutes ago, alexscottislegend said:

Well the anti-semitic stuff for starters. Funny how it's never mentioned now in the Labour Party.

Maybe they got rid of the anti-semite problem?

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57 minutes ago, forlanssister said:

Maybe they got rid of the anti-semite problem?

Then it could not have so endemic and deeply-rooted if it was all down to one man. Fact was Corbyn was seen as a danger to the establishment. He was supposed to be 'taking Britain back to the seventies.' Well we seemed to have managed that now without his help. 

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55 minutes ago, alexscottislegend said:

Then it could not have so endemic and deeply-rooted if it was all down to one man. Fact was Corbyn was seen as a danger to the establishment. He was supposed to be 'taking Britain back to the seventies.' Well we seemed to have managed that now without his help. 

So you now admitting it existed when you previously claimed it didn't?

 

We've been back in the seventies for a while now since the socialists in Downing Street started printing and spending money like it's going out of fashion.

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1 hour ago, alexscottislegend said:

Then it could not have so endemic and deeply-rooted if it was all down to one man. Fact was Corbyn was seen as a danger to the establishment. He was supposed to be 'taking Britain back to the seventies.' Well we seemed to have managed that now without his help. 

There’s no doubt in my mind the antisemitism is still there, temporarily resting in the shadows. Labour is committed to the Palestinian cause, which inevitably favours those who can also boost their credentials by embracing hatred of Jews. Corbyn may not be leader any more but hasn’t gone away and plenty of his activist acolytes remain in place. They persist because no Labour leader can really afford to attack these antisemites, in the same way Sturgeon can’t possibly criticise Irish republicans. 

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15 hours ago, alexscottislegend said:

Then it could not have so endemic and deeply-rooted if it was all down to one man. Fact was Corbyn was seen as a danger to the establishment. He was supposed to be 'taking Britain back to the seventies.' Well we seemed to have managed that now without his help. 

It isn't worth debating it with those two because they have previously shown that they equate disagreeing with Israeli Government Foreign Policy with anti-semitism. They seem like part of some strange, highly hypocritical and bipolar cult who just invent stuff and expect people just to except the absolute balderdash.

 

Can you imagine Bill on his Black, Black, Black thread if Diane Abbott accused Farage of being racist because he criticised a policy proposal. He would write chapter and verse on how stupid and dangerous it was and he would have a point. 

Funny that for another race, a different colour, a completely different attitude to racism.

 

Or Forlan on the SNP thread, if Sturgeon called a Tory out for racism after they criticised a political decision. 

He would probably dismiss them as Nationalist Nutters who are so desperate, they need to twist things back to calling out non-existant charges of racism and he would have a point.

Well, no such logic involved for invented cases of anti-semitism, no....instead the Imaginary Thought Polis seem to be brought in to help him declare something along the lines of 'we know what you are thinking'.

 

 

There is no debating with that kind of twisted shit.

They would call it out, they derserve to be called out for it.

 

 

The hypothetical examples I include above (Abbott and Sturgeon) are there to illustrate a point that was already made, ie. mind reading wasn't necessary, unlike the gift our two friends must have 😁

 

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Real proven cases of anti-semitism, just as any kind of racism, should obviously be taken seriously.

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Scott7 said:

God blind me, buster. You for the off again?

I do short stints and take long breaks #healthy

 

Nothing controversial in the post, simply calling it as it is.

What is controversial is how some are prepared to become  Thought Polis.

 

 

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