Wednesday, 27 July 2016

 The Labour election contest was triggered by the Jewess Margaret Oppenheimer (aka Margaret Hodge). Now another Jew schemes to deny Jeremy Corbyn an automatic place on the ballot. Think about how absurd it is that the courts are being asked to intervene in the rules of a private organisation.
A Labour donor is to mount a legal challenge against the party’s national executive committee decision to automatically nominate Jeremy Corbyn in the forthcoming leadership contest. 
Michael Foster, a former parliamentary candidate, will lodge the application at the high court on Thursday afternoon. 
“The issue raised by my application to the court is the proper interpretation of the rules of the party,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, saying that Corbyn being automatically on the ballot paper for the leadership election was “essentially a legal issue”. 
The party’s NEC heard three contradicting pieces of legal advice on Tuesday night, including from Michael Mansfield QC, which found only challengers needed nominations, and another from James Goudie QC which found all candidates should seek nominations from MPs. 
... Foster, a former showbiz agent who has given more than £400,000 to the party since 2010, came to prominence during the last Labour party conference, after he confronted Corbyn at a Labour Friends of Israel reception, angered the Labour leader had not mentioned the word “Israel” in his address to the meeting. 
“Say the word ‘Israel’,” he shouted at Corbyn, who is a longstanding pro-Palestinian campaigner.


  1. Every action of this sort is to be (privately) applauded because it exposes the true nature of just who and what is responsible for so much of the programmes, platforms and actions of the political parties in Britain and this can have a ricochet effect of causing people to think outside their own country's situation and once more facts are provided, the pieces of the puzzle fall into place, at which point, politics and life in general may undergo a genuine upheaval.

  2. Have you read this yet? It's hilarious:

    (apropos this clip of Rep. Steve King

    "Let’s set aside for the moment the fact that, throughout history, the “footprint of Christianity” often took the form of a boot mark left on the back of Jews and people of color."

    "If nothing else, the rise of Trump has proven that white supremacy almost always lives next-door to Christian hegemony — and that one form of bigotry will always bolster another."

    About the author: Rabbi Michael Rothbaum is Bay Area Regional Co-chair for Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice