Zu diesem Zweck verbreitet eine intrigante Bande von rechten Labour-Politikern, Zionisten und Konservativen jede nur mögliche Denunziation über Corbyn, und die Zeitungen, von Rupert Murdochs Times, der Sunday Times und der Sun bis hin zu „liberalen“ Blättern wie dem Guardian und der New York Times, verbreiten sie in aller Welt.
Israeli group submits freedom of information request as evidence grows of meddling by Netanyahu government in UK politics
The move was seized upon by opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, a fierce privatization critic who has pledged a programme of re-nationalizations if his Labour party regains power. „Another week, another privatisation crisis,“ he wrote on Twitter. „This government’s obsession with selling off our public services has been a total failure.“
In this exclusive investigative analysis for Middle East Eye (MEE), I analyse the voting records on war of the rebel MPs who want Corbyn out, and find that nearly a 100% of them were opposed to the Chilcot inquiry ever taking place. Read the analysis here.
(10.8.2018) Tribute: Jeremy Corbyn pictured in 2014 holding a wreath at a cemetery in Tunis. Sources close to Mr Corbyn insisted he was at the service to commemorate 47 Palestinians killed in an Israeli air strike on a Tunisian PLO base in 1985
Jewish people have also been at the heart of the labour movement throughout our history. So no one can, or should, try to dismiss or belittle the concerns expressed by so many Jewish people and organisations about what has been happening in the party I am proud to lead.
I do not for one moment accept that a Labour government would represent any kind of threat, let alone an “existential threat”, to Jewish life in Britain, as three Jewish newspapers recently claimed. That is the kind of overheated rhetoric that can surface during emotional political debates. But I do acknowledge there is a real problem that Labour is working to overcome. And I accept that, if any part of our national community feels threatened, anxious or vulnerable, not only must that be taken at face value but we must all ensure those fears are put to rest.
Corbyn also criticized Israel’s behavior over the past year, citing „the killing of many unarmed Palestinian protesters in Gaza, and Israel’s new nation-state law relegating Palestinian citizens of Israel to second-class status. I know that many within the Jewish community, including the Board of Deputies, share our concerns.“
Am 30.7.2018 veröffentlichte Craig Murray auf seinem Blog den Artikel „The Ubiquity of Evil“.
Wie die Times berichtet, kauften führende Funktionäre in der Parteizentrale von Labour Werbeanzeigen auf Facebook im Wert von ein paar tausend Pfund, die ausschließlich Corbyn und seine engsten Vertrauten zu sehen bekamen. Dafür nutzten sie die Funktion bei Facebook, die zielgerichtete Werbung (sogenanntes Microtargeting) bei einzelnen Nutzern erlaubt.
„The U.K. government’s decision not to support either a U.N. Commission of Inquiry into the shocking scale of killings of civilian protesters in Gaza, or the more recent UN resolution condemning indiscriminate Israeli use of force – and calling for the protection of Palestinians – is morally indefensible,“ the Labour leader said.
Auch in London haben die Sozialdemokraten stark zugelegt. Allerdings habe man die auch durch die Tories hohen Erwartungen nicht ganz erfüllen können. In den Tagen vor der Wahl hatten konservative Wahlkämpfer Flugblätter mit der Warnung »Wollt Ihr, dass Bolschewisten die Kontrolle über Eure Müllabfuhr haben« verteilt.
(16.4.2018) MPs should not vote on strikes as they can’t be given sensitive intelligence, cabinet minister says
Already this devastating conflict has cost more than 500,000 lives and led to 5 million refugees being forced to flee Syria, and 6 million internally displaced. We must put negotiations for a political settlement centre stage, and not slip into a new cycle of military reaction and counter-reaction.
Protracted external military intervention in Syria – from funding and arms supplies to bombing and boots on the ground – has not helped in the slightest. Syria has become the theatre for military action by regional and international powers – the United States, Britain, Russia, France, Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates among them.
The leader of the British opposition said the UK prime minister must be „accountable to Parliament, not to the whims of a US president.”
The need to restart genuine negotiations for peace and an inclusive political settlement of the Syrian conflict, including the withdrawal of all foreign forces, could not be more urgent. We must do everything we can, no matter how challenging, to bring that about.
„More bombing, more killing, more war will not save life“ says Jeremy Corbyn ahead of Theresa May consulting her Cabinet over possible strike on Syria.