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I wonder when the public and media will start noticing the reasons Anti-semitism has gone through the roof in the Labour party is due to the rise of marxists pandering to Islam and third world cultures/peoples who are historically anti-semite.

They always focus on Corbyn because he is a white man in England and that would be correct, he is the leader afterall but they never go past him. A leader is one man but what about those like his cabinet who spout off all sorts of racist and anti-white, anti-Jew hate?

You cant really expect to be taken seriously by ignoring Diane Abbot of all people. That woman would fit into South Africas government quite nicely.
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It will be an interesting couple of decades in Britain...



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The deluded said she would be the next Margaret Thatcher.





Her pig iron struts have given way, revealing an awkward fleshy pulp.

Her speech in Kenya was complete bullshit. Predictably it was about how money will flood into Kenya from the UK. The best thing she managed to say about the UK is that it has child abusers and terrorists in jail. I guess you have to reassure the world when the UK is increasingly known as a country where terrorists and child abusers roam free.

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This anti-semite row with Labour is par for the course over where the party will end up. Out with the old (Jews, Blairites) and in with the new social marxists.

People believe Jeremy Corbyn is the guy responsible and that removing him is the solution but I stated here before that if he washes this off - as he is doing, he will be in a stronger position. Beating anti-semitism is just another goal for them and once this happens they are going to steamroll the enemy within.

Momentum is targeting this man;

https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britai...KKCN1LF218

He doesn't say who is targeting him but they are within Labour and the only foot soldiers they employ are Momentum.

Quote:Frank Field, 76, who has represented Birkenhead in northwest England since 1979, said on Thursday he would now sit as an independent Labour member of parliament due to anti-semitism and “intolerance, nastiness and intimidation” within the party.

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Together, we’re campaigning locally and nationally to build power in our communities, strengthen our rights at work and elect a socialist Labour government.

Does this look familiar to any of you with well-read history? It should read Social Marxist but alas they're snakes in the grass.

I am always keeping my eyes and ears open for these people and believe me, you should start to investigate them yourselves just to be aware of whats going to happen in the future.
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Now they've suspended Anne-Marie Waters (leader of the 'For Britain' party) on Twitter. I think for criticizing West Yorkshire Police for their recent tweet urging people to report 'non-crimes' that hurt people's feelings etc.

Can't find a news story to verify it yet, but it's all over the 'For Britain' page on Twitter. Might have to give Gab a try.

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(08-13-2018 11:47 AM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  I wonder when the public and media will start noticing the reasons Anti-semitism has gone through the roof in the Labour party is due to the rise of marxists pandering to Islam and third world cultures/peoples who are historically anti-semite.

The semites don't notice it, because noticing it would be admitting that muslims are not normal brits and that goes against their plan to destroy European nations.
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Quote:A Romanian divorcee is set to keep her British child benefits despite having never lived in the UK.

Mihaela Cornienco will continue to receive £150-a-month from the UK Government following a ruling by a judge in Romania.

The mother-of-two was sent the payments by her ex-husband Bogdan, 45, who worked as a hygiene inspector in Leeds.

He has been receiving child support for eight years but his current whereabouts are unknown.

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However a judge has ruled that Ms Cornienco should still receive the payments, as under EU law the children remain family members of the father, who lives in the UK.

Speaking from her home in Focsani to The Sun, teacher Ms Cornienco said: 'I won my case to get the benefits but I'm still not sure I'm getting all the money I deserve.

'My ex husband has worked in the UK for more than eight years, earning around £1,500-a-month, but he resigned from his old job and now no one knows where he is.

'But I still think he is claiming more than he is sending back.'
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We will see many challenges to this things ^ now that the human rights court has agreed with the UN that no person is illegal and they can go where they want in Europe. Once it is signed its a done deal.
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Jacob Rees-Mogg finally stabbed May in the gut today in Parliament by demolishing her and calling for a no-confidence vote. It was about time.

He even emulated a rhetorical trick used in Mark Antony's speech in Shakespeare's Caesar, calling Theresa May "unquestionably honorable" before destroying her. This is similar to Mark Antony calling Brutus a honorable man before attacking him.

I want this man to be Prime Minister.
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(09-01-2018 08:22 AM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  This anti-semite row with Labour is par for the course over where the party will end up. Out with the old (Jews, Blairites) and in with the new social marxists.

People believe Jeremy Corbyn is the guy responsible and that removing him is the solution but I stated here before that if he washes this off - as he is doing, he will be in a stronger position. Beating anti-semitism is just another goal for them and once this happens they are going to steamroll the enemy within.

Momentum is targeting this man;

https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britai...KKCN1LF218

He doesn't say who is targeting him but they are within Labour and the only foot soldiers they employ are Momentum.

Quote:Frank Field, 76, who has represented Birkenhead in northwest England since 1979, said on Thursday he would now sit as an independent Labour member of parliament due to anti-semitism and “intolerance, nastiness and intimidation” within the party.

https://peoplesmomentum.com/

Quote:Momentum is a people-powered, grassroots movement working to transform Britain in the interests of the many, not the few.

Together, we’re campaigning locally and nationally to build power in our communities, strengthen our rights at work and elect a socialist Labour government.

Does this look familiar to any of you with well-read history? It should read Social Marxist but alas they're snakes in the grass.

I am always keeping my eyes and ears open for these people and believe me, you should start to investigate them yourselves just to be aware of whats going to happen in the future.

I think its a big topic. One main real antisemitism is from radical Islamists + the like.
But they won't speak up on that, because that goes against the agenda of Soros and all the globalist gang.

Corbyn isn't perfect but I think Neo-Liberal Globalists are trying to smear him. This is to stop Lab getting power. And also because Corbyn style Labour is potentially against the oppressive Soros/Philip Green/Goldman Sachs etc style globalism. Greedy Globalism which is basically out of control capitalism is something part of the Jewish Establishment absolutely love, so they'll try ANY dirty trick to protect it - including pretending to care for Labour, Labour values and ordinary Labour people. Politics is a game, a feather nesting ploy to some scumbags. They don't really care if they join Lab or Con, because its all about career, vanity and personal enrichment. Livingston, Corbyn and co see these charlatans for what they are.

Ultimately there's 2 camps of Jews, with ofcourse a lot in between.
One side is the Oppenheim inheritance billionairess Margaret Hodge, Janner type, all that lot. Privileged, private school, (often inherited) money, overly cliquey Jewish networking. The triumph of privilege over merit. Actually very over-represented in success if you look in bare statistical terms.(Media, banking, celebrity etc). Often racist vs non Jews, and disdainful of those outside their "social class"(even vs Jews). Sure they might have Twitter replies saying "Jewish cunt" etc, but their incredibly privileged lives are the sort most ordinary people dream of.

The other side is "ordinary Jews" who want to mix with non Jews. Mostly of normal income, or even poor. Some may be rich thro independent effort rather than any cliques. Generally nice people in my experience. More and more they and/or their kids adopt Christian lifestyles. They DO experience antisemitism and are therefore often underemployed. Most of the ones I've met seem to be affable, harmless people.

The sad part is that scumbags like Hodge are actually fanning the flames of antisemitism and doing their best to harm Labour. Because all Hodge and co care about are themselves. They think by shouting loudly and refusing to debate they somehow "win" the argument. They're full of shit.
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The PM is in a corner now. Her Brexit deal will most likely be voted down and this will trigger a no-confidence vote in her leadership. This could then lead to a new government in the form of Labour.

She is being hit on all sides during the debates for the deal she has and the media is loving it, ramping up hysteria and tension to get some action.

If she puts off the deal it will be humiliating for her and could trigger a vote of no confidence in her as well. Laugh Damned if she does and damned if she doesn't. Downing St officials are trying to convince her to push it back.

I placed a bet that she would be gone by the end of 2018 in this thread or another one. No money in it but just my claim Laugh
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(12-06-2018 08:39 AM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  The PM is in a corner now. Her Brexit deal will most likely be voted down and this will trigger a no-confidence vote in her leadership. This could then lead to a new government in the form of Labour.

I think she's going to pull it off. No one's talking about the 48 letters any more, because she would wipe the floor with them. Despite being catastrophically unpopular with the people, she has one hell of a power base within the party, probably built on what she knows about certain key members.

And the fact that Labour as still so unpopular that their popularity actually went DOWN six points again once the brief kerfuffle around the deal had died down.

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(12-06-2018 10:37 AM)Praetor Lupus Wrote:  I think she's going to pull it off. No one's talking about the 48 letters any more, because she would wipe the floor with them. Despite being catastrophically unpopular with the people, she has one hell of a power base within the party, probably built on what she knows about certain key members.

And the fact that Labour as still so unpopular that their popularity actually went DOWN six points again once the brief kerfuffle around the deal had died down.

Mate, I dont think you're reading between the lines. She is a weak PM and the only reason 48 letters haven't come is due to the MPs biding their time for this deal vote next week and making deals behind the scenes.

And Labour could very well get in because the Tories have fluffed this whole thing and insulted many a Tory Brexit voter - myself included.

Then you have austerity and the general ineptitude of the government in the past few years. Lets not forget the DUP are propping this government up and can easily be taken down.

She has no majority, she has no viable deal, Labour is the strongest its ever been in a while and her own party wants her gone.

That deal is facing technical issues and not just a mere vote MPs have to give. If they can stab Thatcher in the back she is good as dead.
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The vote for Tuesdays noose has been postponed it seems.

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Quote:LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May is pulling a parliamentary vote set for Tuesday on her Brexit deal, the BBC reported, after repeated warnings from lawmakers that the scale of the expected defeat could sink her government.

May convened a conference call with senior ministers on Monday to discuss what do with her compromise deal that allowed the United Kingdom to exit while staying in the EU’s orbit.

While there was no official word on the vote, two sources told BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg that the vote was being pulled. A Financial Times reporter said an official close to the cabinet had also confirmed the vote would be pulled.

May and her ministers had repeatedly insisted the vote would go ahead as planned. Her spokeswoman briefed reporters on Monday that there was no plan to pull the vote.

Sterling GBP=D3 fell to the lowest since June 2017.

The report that May could cancel the vote came just hours after the top EU court ruled that Britain could cancel its notice to leave the bloc, which it is due to exit on March, 29.
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A number of reports saying that at least 48 letters of no confidence have now been put in.

May has gone back to the EU to try and renegotiate a better deal. Tusk has said there will be no renegotiation, so he still hasn't fucking learned from the last time a British Prime Minister asked the EU for a better deal. May even ended up locked in her car before meeting Merkel, as if her humiliation wasn't already complete enough.

Jesus. Fucking. Christ.

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