The marriage of terrorism and anti-Semitism that produced Jeremy Corbyn

Apr 16, 2018 by

by Robert Pegg, The Conservative Woman:

I’m not one to say I told you so . . . but, reading through the recent revelations on anti-Semitism and Labour – I told you so. Or at least I told the Labour Party.

After Corbyn’s election to the leadership my local CLP (Manchester Central) asked members for their initial thoughts. Many were still trying to work out who he was and where the hell he had come from. There was one voice, and I remember it well because it was my own, who warned the meeting that Corbyn’s past associations with terrorists, anti-Semites, misogynists and homophobes would one day come back to bite him. But the general attitude in the room was ‘let’s wait and see’.

Last year, I resigned from the party on the basis that the anti-Semitism that had always been on the fringes of the far Left had now taken root in the leadership itself and that in my view, with the unlamented demise of the BNP, Labour is now the de facto racist political party of this country. I wanted no part of it and I was getting out. It would seem that I am not alone.

One of the reasons I could see this coming was my own experience with terrorism, the Left and their links to anti-Semitic groups.

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