UK Zionists to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn: Get on your knees!

UK Zionists vs Corbyn

By Gilad Atzmon

In their response to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, the Jewish Leadership Council (JLC) and the Board of Deputies of British Jews (BDBJ) claim to “propose an agenda of actions for discussion” between the Labour Party and those who claim to “represent” British Jews.

Ode to self-defamation

In practice, the two Zionist institutions have managed to produce one of the most disgusting documents in modern Jewish history. It is little more than an ode to the self-defamation of its own authors and to the community they claim to “represent”. It is rude, authoritarian and disrespectful to the democratically elected leader of Europe’s biggest party.
When you read some of the extracts below, remember that despite BDBJ and the JLC claims to “represent” British Jewry, these two organisations managed to pull just 1,500 members of their community into their “Enough is Enough” anti-Corbyn demonstration earlier this week. We are talking about 0.5 per cent of British Jewry.
The BDBJ-JLC authoritarian document outlines a set of humiliating conditions for Corbyn to meet. The text proves how detached these Jewish institutions are from British values specifically, and the Western ethos in general. In fact, their vision of the political arena is Orwellian in nature and tyrannical in practice.
Apparently, to meet the demands of these self-appointed “Jewish leaders, Corbyn must appoint a watchdog that will take care of the so called “anti-Semites” in his party and, of course, under the supervision of these two ardent Zionist bodies. He must also meet a strict time-frame defined by Judea.

Outstanding and future cases [of alleged “anti-Semitism”] are to be brought to a swift conclusion under a fixed timescale. An independent, mutually-agreed-upon ombudsman should be appointed to oversee performance, reporting to the party as well as to the Board of Deputies and the Jewish Leadership Council.

Talmudic excommunication

Consistent with the spirit of Talmudic herem, or excommunication, and totally in contradiction to notions of British openness and Western tolerance, these Jewish institutions insist that “MPs, councillors and other party members should not share platforms with people who have been suspended or expelled for anti-Semitism and CLPs [Constituency Labour Parties] should not provide them with a platform”.
The Jewish institutions also suggest how to penalise the sinners. “Anybody doing so should, themselves, be suspended from membership; in the case of MPs, they should lose the party whip.”
Maybe someone should make the effort to explain to the Jewish leaders that the Labour Party is an established political institution. It is not a ghetto, I mean, not as yet.
The Jewish bodies insist on dominating the language as well as boundaries of political discussion. Criticism of Israel should be completely restricted. The words “Zio” and “Zionist” as terms of abuse should be eradicated.
I actually believe that if the BDBJ and JLC truly wanted “Zionist” to not be used as a “term of abuse”, they should simply stop abusing Corbyn in the name of Zion as their first step forward.

“Good Jews” and “bad Jews” – according to Zios

The British Jewish “leaders” clearly know how to distinguish between the “good Jews” and the bad ones. Corbyn is told to “engage with the Jewish community via its main “representative” groups, and not through fringe organisations who wish to obstruct the party’s efforts to tackle anti-Semitism”.
I wonder, how exactly the BDBJ or the JLC are “representatives” of British Jews. When were they elected and by whom? And if these two organisations are “representative of British Jews”, how is it that they so selectively call upon Labour to ignore the voice of Jewish collectives with which they don’t agree?
The Jewish institutions talk at Corbyn as if he is a schoolboy. “These changes must be sustained and enduring.” Corbyn had better quickly meet the Zionist demands before a meeting with The Lobby can materialise. “We firmly believe that this must happen urgently, and certainly before we meet.”
The BDBJ and the JLC express hope in starting a process of “constructive anti-racist” work within the Labour Party.
Talking of racism, we should better hear from both the BDBJ and the JLC how many Muslims and Blacks are members of their executive boards. I ask because, unlike those “Jews-only” institutions, the Labour Party is actually a multi-ethnic and multi-racial political body.
If Jewish institutions want to counter racism, they are more than welcome to do so. The racist “Jewish State” is where they should start.

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