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Every time someone accuses Corbyn and co of 'anti-semitism' or even brings it up to question the 'truth' of the suggestion, it makes it harder for me to respect ANY white person. ANY AT ALL (other than the effectively zero percent of nonetheless really-existing exceptions).   Share:  
Thrust of argument: Was watching the presumably future Chancellor, Corbyn's right hand man, taking press questions. Went well for a good 20 mins, was interesting. Then a dickhead from the Daily Telegraph asked about anti-semitism and I had to switch off. You BORE THE SHIT OUT OF ME you white racist bleating fuckheads. Direction of resistance / implied resistance: So let's quote you some Tariq Ali here, so you understand precisely why EVERY TIME some ignorant white racist dickhead or dickhead-ette starts with their 'anti-semitism' it makes it a notch harder for me to respect ANY 'white' person (unless I have already established merit-based respect for them) at all, as a matter of probability maths:

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Well! I think it's a ploy which the Israeli foreign office and Israeli embassies all over the world work on, especially in the West where there is a guilt complex about what was done during the Judeocide of the Second World War. And so there should be, as appalling atrocities were committed back then, but for heaven's sake, it's not the Palestinians or the Arabs who committed them.

These atrocities were committed by mainstream Western, so called, civilisations, and these acts of barbarism were carried out against the Jewish people of Eastern and to a certain extent Western Europe. If anything, the Palestinians are the indirect victims of that genocide, because they've been forced out their homeland, they've been forced to give space. They've not even been given an equal state with Israel.

And as far as anti-Semitism is concerned, it has always existed in the Christian world. It's part and parcel of the sort of struggles which went on between these cultures and religions for a very long time. I think we have to differentiate between historic deep-rooted anti-Semitism and the philosophical anti-Semitism that grew up in Europe with and after the big depression and which led to what happened in Germany, Italy etcetera, and led to people backing it. French anti-Semitism, which was very deep-rooted was philosophical. There is casual anti-Semitism today, and very little in my opinion... all the figures show that only a tiny number of people in the Labour party or other parties are anti-Semitic.

The most serious problem is that we have suffered a huge defeat in Palestine and what angers me is the failure of the Palestine Liberation Organisation to admit their responsibility for this defeat. They actually collaborated with the Americans and Israelis to inflict this defeat. They had hopes that they would be given a few crumbs. And now with Netanyahu re-elected, Trump and his family in charge of US policy towards Israel they have not even been offered little Bantustans.

The last offer from Trump's son-in-Law Kushner is insulting. He told them "here have a bit of money and forget about a Palestinian State". It's true that's all they've been getting since the Oslo Accords is money and a few projects here and there.

The ordinary Palestinian people have suffered. But now it's beyond Oslo. There is no chance, I think, of any viable, even a tiny viable Palestinian state coming into existence. And for the PLO leadership not to understand this and declare that there are Palestinian authorities is a fiction. There has never been Palestinian sovereignty. The Israel Defence Force is actually in control, and PLO collaborated with them in locking up Palestinian people while many PLO leaders and deputy leaders in these circles were making a lot of money. That's the reality of Palestine.

So we shall see. The situation is very depressing which is why solidarity is more needed than ever before. But when you show solidarity you end up being accused of anti-Semitism.

The German government is historically directly responsible for the genocide of the Jews and indirectly for the punishment of the Palestinians. Their saying that the Palestinians have no right to struggle peacefully - which is what they have done by declaring any campaign for Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) illegal, is shocking to me. No other European country has quite done that. Though The French are close to doing it.

It amounts to saying to Palestinians that they have been crushed, but won't be allowed to fight back. If they fight with guns and hand for their liberation they are called terrorists. If they fight as part of the BDS campaign then they are anti-Semites. That is what is going on.

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Every time someone accuses Corbyn and co of 'anti-semitism' or even brings it up to question the 'truth' of the suggestion, it makes it harder for me to respect ANY white person. ANY AT ALL (other than the effectively zero percent of nonetheless really-existing exceptions).

Was watching the presumably future Chancellor, Corbyn's right hand man, taking press questions. Went well for a good 20 mins, was interesting. Then a dickhead from the Daily Telegraph asked about anti-semitism and I had to switch off. You BORE THE SHIT OUT OF ME you white racist bleating fuckheads.

So let's quote you some Tariq Ali here, so you understand precisely why EVERY TIME some ignorant white racist dickhead or dickhead-ette starts with their 'anti-semitism' it makes it a notch harder for me to respect ANY 'white' person (unless I have already established merit-based respect for them) at all, as a matter of probability maths:

<<

Well! I think it's a ploy which the Israeli foreign office and Israeli embassies all over the world work on, especially in the West where there is a guilt complex about what was done during the Judeocide of the Second World War. And so there should be, as appalling atrocities were committed back then, but for heaven's sake, it's not the Palestinians or the Arabs who committed them.

These atrocities were committed by mainstream Western, so called, civilisations, and these acts of barbarism were carried out against the Jewish people of Eastern and to a certain extent Western Europe. If anything, the Palestinians are the indirect victims of that genocide, because they've been forced out their homeland, they've been forced to give space. They've not even been given an equal state with Israel.

And as far as anti-Semitism is concerned, it has always existed in the Christian world. It's part and parcel of the sort of struggles which went on between these cultures and religions for a very long time. I think we have to differentiate between historic deep-rooted anti-Semitism and the philosophical anti-Semitism that grew up in Europe with and after the big depression and which led to what happened in Germany, Italy etcetera, and led to people backing it. French anti-Semitism, which was very deep-rooted was philosophical. There is casual anti-Semitism today, and very little in my opinion... all the figures show that only a tiny number of people in the Labour party or other parties are anti-Semitic.

The most serious problem is that we have suffered a huge defeat in Palestine and what angers me is the failure of the Palestine Liberation Organisation to admit their responsibility for this defeat. They actually collaborated with the Americans and Israelis to inflict this defeat. They had hopes that they would be given a few crumbs. And now with Netanyahu re-elected, Trump and his family in charge of US policy towards Israel they have not even been offered little Bantustans.

The last offer from Trump's son-in-Law Kushner is insulting. He told them "here have a bit of money and forget about a Palestinian State". It's true that's all they've been getting since the Oslo Accords is money and a few projects here and there.

The ordinary Palestinian people have suffered. But now it's beyond Oslo. There is no chance, I think, of any viable, even a tiny viable Palestinian state coming into existence. And for the PLO leadership not to understand this and declare that there are Palestinian authorities is a fiction. There has never been Palestinian sovereignty. The Israel Defence Force is actually in control, and PLO collaborated with them in locking up Palestinian people while many PLO leaders and deputy leaders in these circles were making a lot of money. That's the reality of Palestine.

So we shall see. The situation is very depressing which is why solidarity is more needed than ever before. But when you show solidarity you end up being accused of anti-Semitism.

The German government is historically directly responsible for the genocide of the Jews and indirectly for the punishment of the Palestinians. Their saying that the Palestinians have no right to struggle peacefully - which is what they have done by declaring any campaign for Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) illegal, is shocking to me. No other European country has quite done that. Though The French are close to doing it.

It amounts to saying to Palestinians that they have been crushed, but won't be allowed to fight back. If they fight with guns and hand for their liberation they are called terrorists. If they fight as part of the BDS campaign then they are anti-Semites. That is what is going on.

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I recommend 'white' society stops all this bullshit RIGHT NOW and starts to address its own racism.

If Corbyn wins count your lucky stars that reform will happen the gentle way. Otherwise what is left but international pressure? If a society can't change from within - and threatens all of the human race - it must be repaired externally. That is beyond all reasonable doubt.



https://www.globalresearch.ca/vilification-jeremy-corbyn/5696951
https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2019/12/the-invisible-tories/