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The Labour Party’s Problem With Anti-Semitism Explained

In the wake of UK Labour suspending Chris Williamson MP for making remarks that the Parliamentary Labour Party has been “..too apologetic over anti-semitism” we look back to an article published last year as to why Labour has a problem with Anti-Semitism within its ranks from the top down.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”true” cite=”Continental Telegraph 2018″ link=”https://www.continentaltelegraph.com/labour-party/the-anti-semitic-elephant/” color=”” class=”” size=””]Several explanations have been offered to account for the anti-Semitism that plagues sections of the Labour Party.  More than one of them might be valid.  For example, there is within the Labour Party an element characterized by a visceral rejection of all things Western and capitalist.  Since Israel is both of these to some extent, they reject what it stands for, and equate pro-Jewish as pro-Israel.[/perfectpullquote]

Read the full article here: The Anti-Semitic Elephant in the room – March 2018

 

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Jonathan Harston
Jonathan Harston
5 years ago

What’s it called? False transitive association?
Capitalism is evil. That capitalist is a Jew. Therefore Jews are evil.
You may as well say: Capitalism is evil. That capitalist is a beardy balloonist. Therefore beardy baloonists are evil.

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