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Cheers greeted the passing of a no-confidence motion, by 94 votes to 92, on Thursday night at a meeting of Enfield North Labour Party against Blairite Labour MP, Joan Ryan. Ryan, who chairs the Zionist Labour Friends of Israel (LFI), has been at the forefront of the campaign to oust Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

The same evening, Labour MP Gavin Shuker also lost a no-confidence vote after 33 members of his Luton South local party voted against him, with five abstaining and only three supporting him.

Ever since the failed 2016 leadership putsch against Corbyn, Ryan has been at the centre of the destabilisation campaign involving MI5, Mossad and the Central Intelligence Agency against the Labour leader. Her speciality is fabricating accusations of anti-Semitism against Corbyn and his supporters. The goal is to discredit socialism in the hope of preventing any challenge by the working class to austerity and the escalating pursuit of militarism and war in the Middle East and globally.

The no-confidence motion against Ryan took place despite an email dispatched earlier this week by the chair of the Enfield North Constituency Labour Party branch, Siddo Dwyer, claiming that the motion had been excluded from the agenda.

The motion declared, “Our MP has on numerous occasions contributed to and written articles that have been seized upon by a press unjustly hostile to Jeremy Corbyn.” It called on local party members to express “no confidence in our MP Joan Ryan” and “the removal of the party whip and an open selection process for our next parliamentary candidate.”

Ryan confirmed the anti-communist narrative that underpins the bogus anti-Semitism campaign against Corbyn’s supporters. Demonstrating her contempt for the membership, which in Enfield North has grown from 300 to 1,000 since Corbyn was elected leader, she tweeted that the narrow margin was “hardly [a] decisive victory and it never occurred to me that Trots, Stalinists, Communists and assorted hard left would gave [sic] confidence in me. I have none in them.”

According to the pro-Corbyn Skwawkbox blog, Ryan supporters intimidated members in charge of ballot-counting on the night—including threats of physical violence and at least one death threat.

Skwawkbox reported eyewitness accounts of a Ryan supporter lunging at a young Labour Party member, saying: “I will fucking kill you.” In a second incident against the same young person, a Ryan supporter “threatened to assault him and then lunged at him again”… “On both occasions, say shaken witnesses, the Ryan supporter had to be physically restrained by others to prevent an assault. The incidents were serious enough to be reported to the police.”

This incident confirms that the real source of anti-democratic violence and thuggery emanates from the right. Not a single mainstream media outlet—including the BBC and Guardian—has reported the attacks by Ryan supporters, as this would undercut their lying narrative portraying Blairite MPs as political martyrs.

In all the mainstream media coverage of Ryan, she is presented as the victim of the same “hard-left.” Little or nothing is said of her filthy political record.

Ryan first gained notoriety during the parliamentary expenses scandal that dominated the headlines a decade ago, after she claimed more than any other MP—£173,691 in 2007. In 2012, The Independent was still reporting that “[a]t least 10 attempts have been made from computers in Parliament to remove information about [Ryan’s] expense claims and a further 20 efforts to delete the information, some from her constituency of Enfield North, have also been recorded in Wikipedia’s logs.”

In 2008, as Labour’s vice-chair and prime minister Gordon Brown’s envoy to Cyprus, Ryan called for a leadership election as part of a group of 12 MPs affiliated to the Progress think-tank, seeking to replace him as prime minister for being insufficiently Blairite.

Most significant has been Ryan’s work as chair of Labour Friends of Israel, a lobby group that acts as a front for the Israeli embassy and is funded by it. Israel has been a key protagonist in the campaign against Corbyn and his support for the Palestinian cause.

In the film The Lobby, broadcast last year by Al Jazeera, LFI parliamentary officer Michael Rubin declares, “We work really closely together,” but “publicly we just try to keep the LFI as a separate identity to the embassy.”

Rubin revealed that Ryan was in almost daily contact with Shai Masot, an Israeli embassy staffer in London, caught on camera plotting to “take down” MPs perceived as hostile to Israel. Masot is also filmed discussing with leading figures in Conservative Friends of Israel, including Maria Strizzolo, a senior aide to Education Minister Robert Halfon and a former political director of CFI, about whether Strizzoli could help “take down” Foreign Office deputy, Sir Alan Duncan. The affair now looks like a practice run for the operation mounted against Corbyn.

Last month, Luton South MP Gavin Shuker was identified in the press as one of a dozen Labour MPs threatening to quit in the hope of triggering a no-confidence vote in Corbyn’s leadership. Others in the group include Liz Kendall, Chris Leslie, Luciana Berger, Iain Austin and Ruth Smeeth.

Friday morning saw their ideological leader, Tony Blair, confirm the anti-socialist agenda of the planned split. Echoing Ryan’s tweet, he told the BBC he was “not sure” whether it was possible for Labour “moderates” to take the party back from Corbyn’s supporters, who came from a tradition on the fringe of the party, including Communists and “Trotskyist groups” before suggesting the emergence of a new “progressive, moderate” party in time for the next general election.

Blair told the BBC’s Nick Robinson that voters would not “tolerate” a situation where the choice for the next leader of the UK was Corbyn or a Conservative Party led by Boris Johnson: “I don’t know what will happen and I don’t know how it will happen, but I just don’t think people will find that in the country as a whole an acceptable choice. Something will fill that vacuum.”

At the Enfield North meeting, Socialist Equality Party (SEP) members distributed copies of the WSWS perspective comment “ Reject the anti-Semitism slurs against Jeremy Corbyn! Drive out the Labour Party right wing! ” Many stopped to talk, explaining they wanted an end to domination by the right wing and a fight against austerity. One Labour Party member said he wanted young people to rise up against the high cost of rents and housing. Another thanked SEP campaigners for the leaflet saying it had an impact, and that young people had to drive out the right wing.

The no-confidence motions show the sentiment among thousands who have joined the Labour Party, but they have no official force and leave the right wing in place. The Blairites have no compunction over defying Labour members and will only go if they are forced out.

Frank Field, who quit the parliamentary party by resigning the Labour whip, faced a no-confidence motion in his Birkenhead constituency party. But he is refusing to stand down as a Labour MP.

Ryan declared following the vote, “Just to be clear, I am not resigning. I am Labour through and through and I will continue to stand up and fight for Labour values.”

Shuker tweeted a message to his constituents that the no-confidence vote was “not part of any formal procedure, so it changes nothing about my role as Labour MP for Luton South.”

Yet all Corbyn and the leaders of Momentum are calling for is “greater democratic accountability” in the selection process for MPs, in which Momentum “will work with NEC [National Executive Committee] members, the trade union movement, and [Constituency Labour Party] delegates” to “ensure the best possible rule change is passed at this year’s party conference to achieve this end.”

Instead of denouncing Blair as a war criminal plotting to split his party, Corbyn urged “Tony” to “recognise that the party membership is now much bigger than it’s ever been” and to understand that this reflects “aspirations” for social change and that “people are not prepared any longer to live in a society that’s so unequal.”

Blair is fully aware of this sentiment and, like his acolytes, is determined to prevent such aspirations cutting across the interests of the financial oligarchy. If Corbyn were serious about honouring the mandate he has been given, he would be urging Labour members to expel all right-wing MPs immediately.

(Republished from World Socialist Web Site by permission of author or representative)
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  1. Since 1979 the only Labour candidate to win Enfield North has been Joan Ryan:

    Congratulations to the Corbynistas for deselecting her.

    In a parliamentary system ‘marginal constituencies’ decide elections, and they tend to be represented either by right-wing Labourites or left-wing Tories. And now the poli-sci experts at ‘Mao-mentum’ have decided there won’t be any more right-wing Labour MP’s

    You would think that the Trump supporters here would understand, Trump having won in the Electoral College but not in the popular vote. But you would be wrong.

    • Replies: @jilles dykstra
    , @ATBOTL
  2. lavoisier says: • Website

    Blair is every bit as much of a war criminal as is George Bush. And both of these war criminals serve the same masters.

    Seems like the anti-Semitism charge is starting to fall on deaf ears.

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
    , @Miro23
  3. That the author doesn’t even find an issue to discuss in the swamping of party decisions by new members flocking in on cheap subscriptions as a result of Ed Miliband’s mad party destroying innovation says much about him and his fellow ideologues. Democracy may always have been near to precarious as concept and reality but, if it weren’t the UK one would be worrying about 70 years of “one vote one man once”.

  4. Wally says:


    Trump did carry the majority, easily:
    Massive voter fraud: U.S. Election Meddling: Nationwide Voter Fraud, Importation of 15M Foreign-Born Voters:

    ‘Democrat Political Machine Built’ on ‘Reliance of Illegal Votes’:

    More Than 7 Million Voter Registrations Are Duplicated in Multiple States
    New study finds 7.2 million individuals possibly registered in two states at the same time :

    When the Election Integrity Project brought forth a report on documented voter fraud, the LA Times and other publications slamming Mr. Trump — you guessed it — (yawn) ignored the facts.:

  5. renfro says:

    If you want to know what trumps Jewish adm is doing just read their twitters. 99% of their tweets are about Jews and Israel.
    Here’s a prime example.

    Jason D. GreenblattVerified account
    Assistant to the 45th President of the USA & Special Representative for International Negotiations. Tweets may be archived:

    Jason D. Greenblatt‏Verified account @jdgreenblatt45 Sep 5
    It was an honor to attend a bi-partisan dinner last night with @nikkihaley & @jaredkushner co-hosted by Haim Saban & Paul Singer. We discussed the Middle East, the U.S.-Israel relationship & our peace efforts. We thank Haim & Paul & their guests for the important dialogue.

    • Agree: Cloak And Dagger
  6. Anon[126] • Disclaimer says:

    “You would think that the Trump supporters here would understand, Trump having won in the Electoral College but not in the popular vote. But you would be wrong.”

    Hillary Clinton did not “win” the popular vote as she did not get a majority of the vote. Most of her vote came from foreign scab voters and their descendants.

    “Congratulations to the Corbynistas for deselecting her.”

    I concur. The polls show they’ll be fine without her.

  7. Alden says:

    Way off topic

    NYC Mayor Deblasio has decided to stop making new bike lanes and close some because bike lanes give privileges to White men. White men are the primary users so the bike lanes must be closed.

    That’s Chief Justice Brennan’s ( may he burn in hell forever and ever amen) disparite impact doctrine popping up everywhere.

    Some workplaces have suggested White women subdue their hair somehow as White hair is offensive to black women. Disparate impact again.

  8. Given how desperate things are in the UK, “de selection” of Blairites should be considered a bare minimum. Corbin must demonstrate a ruthless pursuit of political enemies, where ever they may appear.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  9. Tyrion 2 says:

    Has any politician in the UK ever been felled by an anti-Semitism charge?

    • Replies: @jim jones
  10. Anon[718] • Disclaimer says:

    “co-hosted by Haim Saban”

    A Hillary Clinton donor and supporter. And Trump wonders how his administration could be filled with leakers and saboteurs. He’s such a bad judge of character. Shameful.

  11. DFH says:

    Great! People who love Israel and hate the native people of Britain replaced by people who hate Israel and hate the native people of Britain!

    • LOL: Kiza
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  12. jim jones says:
    @Tyrion 2

    People in the UK do not care about Jews but they do car about Muslims. The Labour move towards Islam has enraged most working class voters. I know one long term Leftist and he supports UKIP now, he might even support the Conservatives if they adopt Farage.

    • Agree: Tyrion 2
  13. Miro23 says:

    Blair is every bit as much of a war criminal as is George Bush. And both of these war criminals serve the same masters.

    Seems like the anti-Semitism charge is starting to fall on deaf ears.

    Judging by the Daily Mail’s efforts to take down Corbyn with nonstop anti-Semitism articles, it’s not working. In the latest ones, the UK public have almost zero interest in the anti-Semitism charge, and see the whole thing as a continuing Blairite/MSM dirty tricks campaign.

    In reality Corbyn highlights the awful treatment of the Palestinans and wants a two state solution to the Isreal/Palestine question – and this isn’t so radical – it was official US policy until recently.

  14. The overwhelming vote against Gavin Shuker in Luton South may well be linked to the constituency’s large Muslim population, among whom anti-Jewish sentiment runs high:

    ‘A Luton councillor who was suspended from the Labour Party after a series of anti-Semitic tweets were found on her Twitter account has resigned. Luton’s youngest councillor, 20-year-old Aysegul Gurbuz, was suspended after the Labour Party was made aware of several twitter posts, making shocking statements including that Hitler is the “greatest man in history” and “The Jews are so powerful in the US it’s disgusting.”’—Evening Standard

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  15. Anonymous[407] • Disclaimer says:

    Some workplaces have suggested White women subdue their hair somehow as White hair is offensive to black women. Disparate impact again.

    My sexual fantasy is shaved and bound white women in the workplace as black women order them around.

  16. El Dato says:

    Rubin revealed that Ryan was in almost daily contact with Shai Masot, an Israeli embassy staffer in London, caught on camera plotting to “take down” MPs perceived as hostile to Israel. Masot is also filmed discussing with leading figures in Conservative Friends of Israel, including Maria Strizzolo, a senior aide to Education Minister Robert Halfon and a former political director of CFI, about whether Strizzoli could help “take down” Foreign Office deputy, Sir Alan Duncan. The affair now looks like a practice run for the operation mounted against Corbyn.

    No doubt about that. Are these people in prison yet?


    Oh well.

  17. Unbelievable that Iraq war criminal Tony B-liar still has any influence.
    After a seven year investigation the man was demonstrated to have been a criminal in orchestrating, with Bush jr, the Iraq war, about a million deaths, destruction of a country, destabilising the Middle East.
    Alas nothing happened, on the contrary, the man is said to be worth 60 million now, what currency, do not know, and does not matter.
    He should now be behind bars.
    As to antisemitism, how on earth it is possible that critisizing a country is not allowed ?
    And since when are politicians historians ?
    I admit, in many countries politicians did the same, but what in the country proud of being the mother of democracy ?
    Bright could say whatever he wanted
    George Macaulay Trevelyan, ‘The Life of John Bright’, 1913, London, 1971, Westport, Connecticut
    Even in WWII Churchill could be critised in parliament, this happened after the Japanese had sunk the Repulse and The Prince of Wales.
    In this case, Churchill as stupid as with Gallipoli.

  18. @anony-mouse

    ” In a parliamentary system”
    The Dutch system has no districts, we have equal representation.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  19. @Alden

    “Some workplaces have suggested White women subdue their hair somehow as White hair is offensive to black women.”

    That sounds odd. I used to see the black ladies at the office doing everything they could do to subdue their hair. If anything, the white women need to be livening-up their hair to keep a level playing field.

    • Replies: @Alden
  20. @jilles dykstra

    Really? Given what Rotterdam and A’dam look like these days, one could say the native Dutch are severely under-represented.

    • Replies: @jilles dykstra
  21. Exactly how many Jeremy Corbyn articles are we going to have around here? It seems as if his supporters have suddenly all come forth at once like the shades in the Iliad.

    • Replies: @mikemikev
    , @DFH
    , @Colin Wright
  22. alley cat says:

    These great businesses—banking, brokering, bill discounting, loan floating, company promoting—form the central ganglion of international capitalism. United by the strongest bonds of organization, always in closest and quickest touch with one another, situated in the very heart of the business capital of every state, controlled, so far as Europe is concerned, chiefly by men of a single and peculiar race, who have behind them many centuries of financial experience, they are in a unique position to manipulate the policy of nations. No great quick direction of capital is possible save by their consent and through their agency. Does anyone seriously suppose that a great war could be undertaken by any European state, or a great state loan subscribed, if the house of Rothschild and its connections set their face against it? …. There is not a war, a revolution, an anarchist assassination, or any other public shock, which is not gainful to these men; they are harpies who suck their gains from every new forced expenditure and every sudden disturbance of public credit …. These men are the only certain gainers from the [Boer] war, and most of their gains are made out of the public losses of their adopted country or the private losses of their fellow-countrymen.

    Prescient words written by J.A. Hobson in his classic study of imperialism in 1902. In over a century, little has changed. If anything, the power of these harpies has grown. They are currently orchestrating a concerted attack on democracy itself in both Britain and the U.S. The assault is being spearheaded not by the IDF, but by a captured, weaponized, news media and corrupt politicians. If the Zionists are successful in their campaign to criminalize the truth, who will heed their cries for help if ever the tables are turned?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Anon
  23. Anonymous [AKA "Amoral Monk"] says:

    Britannia is listing, who will right it?

  24. Anonymous [AKA "Dave Bridge"] says:

    Cornyn is simply giving voice to the desires of working people and those who want a job for chance to succeed in life and against austerity that punishes them while benefiting the affluent. Blair sold out Labour.

  25. mikemikev says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Pointing out that Corbyn is being subjected to spurious attacks doesn’t mean one supports Corbyn in toto.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
  26. Anonymous[299] • Disclaimer says:

    Well said. Corbyn is, unfortunately, committed to white genocide. Under those conditions, strong social-safety nets will only serve as non-white breeding incubators. The Brits will perish unless they find a third option.

    His economic policies might have worked (and did work) in high-IQ, homogeneous nations. Alas, that’s the UK from 30 years ago.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @CanSpeccy
  27. DFH says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    the shades in the Iliad.

    I think you’re thinking of the Aeneid

    • Replies: @Intelligent Dasein
  28. @DFH

    I think you’re thinking of the Aeneid.

    Actually I was thinking of the Odyssey. My mistake.

  29. @The Alarmist

    Alas you’re completely right.
    Rotterdam and Amsterdam have become foreign territories, Utrecht is going in the same direction, as even Dublin.
    All big cities in Europe have this ‘development’.
    Foreign meaning, those with a migration background.
    Then we have the expats, who are here legally and temporarily, how many illegals we have, nobody knows, or those who know do not want to tell.
    Nevertheless, those with the Dutch nationality vote in an equal representation system.
    But indeed, in Amsterdam the situation is becoming so bad that the city council disregards Dutch laws.
    Until now the The Hague government does not know what to do, especially because the Minister for Internal Affairs, Ollongren, who should supervise municipalities, is a D66 member, one of the factions in Amsterdam supporting disregarding laws.
    On top of that, Ollongren has also the Swedish nationality, lives in Amsterdam, and is a lesbian.
    An interesting day, today, elections in Sweden, the anti immigration party is expected to get 22% of the votes.
    Russia Today tells us that Sweden has 61 no go areas, where police hardly dare to come.

    • Replies: @Sarah Toga
  30. @Intelligent Dasein

    ‘Exactly how many Jeremy Corbyn articles are we going to have around here? It seems as if his supporters have suddenly all come forth at once like the shades in the Iliad.’

    I’d say I’m not so much a supporter of Corbyn as an opponent of lies.

    …Defeat Corbyn, by all means. It won’t bother me in the least if he never becomes Prime Minister of Britain. In fact, it might be best if he doesn’t.

    But defeat him honestly. Defeat him by attacking what he actually advocates — not by making up falsehoods. I don’t support his economics. I don’t support his support for a multi-cultural and multi-gendered Britain. However, I do support his right to make perfectly accurate criticisms of Israel without being pilloried as an ‘anti-Semite.’

    It’s absurd. If this were 1938 instead of 2018, and I was making critical remarks about Nazism, would that demonstrate I was bigoted against Germans?

    • Replies: @lavoisier
  31. @Johnny Rottenborough

    ‘…shocking statements including that Hitler is the “greatest man in history” and “The Jews are so powerful in the US it’s disgusting.”’

    The second one of those ‘shocking statements’ is perfectly true.

    It’s telling that we have sunk to the point where it is actually ‘shocking’ to state the truth. To cite one example, seventeen of Hillary Clinton’s top donors were Jews. That isn’t some kind of anti-semitic rant. It’s just a verifiable fact.

  32. @Colin Wright

    Edit: seventeen of Hillary Clinton’s top twenty donors. Fourteen were clearly Zionists.

  33. Alden says:
    @The Alarmist

    It happened a lot by subdue HR meant cut it short and flatten it. Anything to avoid offending the stormtroopers of the master race with White beauty

  34. Alden says:

    I agree with you. Corbin is as committed to destroying the White population of Britain as Red Ken Livingston Trevor Richards and the rest of the Labour party.

    Who cares if the Jews destroy him? He’s an enemy of Whites.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @neutral
  35. Anonymous[317] • Disclaimer says:
    @alley cat

    @ alley cat 22 I agree Hobson in 1902 recognized the power of the Zionist network to be sufficient to manipulate the policy of most nations. But strong city of London and French corporate and financial interest appeared in Switzerland, came together in what I call a project of organized Zionism. They set out to coordinate the use of the military power and the law making authority of nations they could influence, and to use psychology to design and produce propaganda and to impose selected access to privately owned media to encourage and to direct millions of lesser mostly nomadic Jews to occupy the oil rich promised lands. Why, because ability to control the area required a claim to rule it, and they wanted the Petroleum because Petroleum was replacing whale and peanut oil and the profits in slavery were disappearing.

    WWI destroyed the Ottoman control of the oil rich Arab lands, established British (British Palestine) and French (Syria) regional control over the oil, people and installed laws that transformed Arab owed Middle East to Zionist owned Middle East. The Arab Ottoman empire (Baghdad) would soon become the Zionist oil empire. WWII was necessary to keep Russia out and to kill off the German competition for the Arab oil in the middle east. In other words the oil companies were Zionist investments, the wars are government support for the oil companies, and the increasing strength you allude to comes from the economic power of the oil and gas inventories. Anti-Semitic should be thought of a pro democratic; the concepts of bottom up democracy are opposed by the top down forced controlled. The two concepts are mutually exclusive reciprocals and Corbyn is caught in the middle it seems to me.

    • Replies: @alley cat
  36. ATBOTL says:

    Times are changing. The Israel First globalism that you love is losing on the left and right. You are swirling down the toilet as we speak. Good riddance.

  37. @jilles dykstra

    Honest question here, not a troll or a snark.

    I like that the term “native Dutch” is used in this thread. Would it be better to use “indigenous Dutch”?
    Or would the intended audience roll their eyes and disregard that word, “indigenous”.

    My thought is to use the weight and respect given to the word “indigenous” when talking about non-European people groups.

    • Agree: Dr. Krieger
  38. Anon[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @alley cat

    And this edition with an afterword by … Jeremy Corbyn:

    • Replies: @alley cat
  39. Anonymous[631] • Disclaimer says:

    The mere existence of a negro is offensive. Every term used to describe them becomes a slur. Evolution ŦЦСКs-up sometimes and turns out a goddam horror show of debauchery.

    “There are organisms all over this planet whose only mission is to dig a hole inside of you and to eat your fucking brains. Don’t talk to me how balanced, brilliant and purposeful and niche-ey all the crap is; that’s not a legitimate niche.” –Inmendham

  40. Anonymous[321] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sarah Toga

    Why be ashamed of trolling, anyway? Only snowflakes can’t handle it.

    Trolling is a special form of countersignalling – refusing to “play the game” and naively signal within the implicit rules of the institution, and instead joyfully rejecting the signalling conventions of the institution. Those of very high ability or status sometimes avoid the signals that should separate them from lower types, while intermediate types often appear the most anxious to send the “right” signals […] Perhaps the troll mind is a different kind of mind, one that is bored by naively playing status games within an institution. Somehow, the rewards the institution accords to the individual must not be “worth” the effort and boredom of playing by the rules to get those rewards. In addition to being a means to get attention and social status, trolling is the infinite fun.

    The Trolling Relationship (shoah’d, should have archived the whole post in my files)

    And you’re correct, Whites are hardly ever described as indigenous or native by the Cathedral’s priestcraft. Although White Nativists are bad, bad, bad. Troll away with it, especially if you’re in a “college” classroom with POCorcs.

  41. lavoisier says: • Website
    @Colin Wright

    It’s absurd. If this were 1938 instead of 2018, and I was making critical remarks about Nazism, would that demonstrate I was bigoted against Germans?

    Almost certainly in Hitler’s world it would.

    But I agree with you about Corbyn. Not much of a hero.

  42. @Colin Wright

    Colin Wright—James Petras’ 2016 article ‘The Rise of the Jewish Policy Elite’ looks at Jewish influence in several areas of government and its often disastrous consequences for America.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  43. @animalogic

    “Corbin must demonstrate a ruthless pursuit of political enemies, where ever they may appear.”

    That’s a worrying call to make to a man who was a fan of the Provisional IRA and its methods. I’m no fan of Blair, but he should be put on trial for treason, not blown up with a culvert bomb.

  44. Saxon says:
    @Sarah Toga

    Our enemies always balk at the term being used because they are trying to move from point A (our countries were ours and populated by us) to point B (wiping us out or making us a literal slave minority forced to toil by use of threat of brown and black colonizer violence) and pointing out that Europeans are indeed indigenous to Europe is inconvenient to this agenda so they hope to turn our countries into areas where we a minority and disappearing and simply claim “it just happened” with the passive voice, even though 100% of it was deliberate policy.

    I like using it.

  45. @Alden

    Please. I like your stuff well enough not to want to see signs of flawed memory and/or care. Australia had a Chief Justice Brennan – presiding when a momentously controversial decision re “native title” was given – but the US’s William Brennan was not CJ.

    Not nearly as bad as the kind of diagnostic tic which would use Rothschild as the identifier for those starting the downfall of every empire since 500BC 🙂

  46. @Johnny Rottenborough

    Here’s a thought. Name the most disastrous legislative event of the 20th century. Most on UR threads would leap to the 1965 US immigration legislation. But what about the restrictive statute of the mid 20s? Lots more Jews emigrating from Eastern Europe to the US, no Israel…… Consider [for bonus marks in your major subject].

    • Replies: @Johnny Rottenborough
  47. Anon[230] • Disclaimer says:

    Because Jews should not have the power to destroy anyone in our society. You don’t give an angry monkey a loaded gun because he points it at a correct target occasionally.

    Its axiomatic that you should always take care of your own problems.

  48. CanSpeccy says: • Website

    For some reasons, the Western nations are run by people who are either complete idiots who cannot see from the numbers that there own people are being wiped out by a combination of suppressed reproduction and mass replacement immigration, or globalist shills complicit in genocide. Either way, they’re all crap, left, right, and center.

    The only possible exception is the US under President Trump, the closest thing the US is likely to have to a Jewish president. The seemingly oddity of a Jewish president’s concern for the continued existence of the United States as a nation with borders and a concern for the welfare of the common people, is explained, perhaps, by the fact that Jews have always understood the population issue, and indeed their religion is, fundamentally, a population policy.

  49. @Sarah Toga

    The problem is that WEs are considered invaders no matter where they go. The Cult Left will tell us that Europe was conquered by Caucasian tribes and those who are “local” today cannot possibly be indigenous.

  50. alley cat says:

    The two concepts are mutually exclusive reciprocals and Corbyn is caught in the middle it seems to me.

    Like all politicians, Corbyn must balance special and public interests. Unlike most politicians, he has dared to criticize Zionism. Whether or not he gets away with it remains to be seen. There could be a sea change against Zionism at any time. Maybe it is already underway, and Corbyn’s success so far has been at least in part due to his political incorrectness on this issue.

  51. neutral says:

    The jews are by far the greatest enemy of the whites, nothing else comes remotely close. That being the case there should be absolutely no tolerance or acceptance for the jews if you are pro white.

  52. alley cat says:

    Impressive. No U.S. politician would be caught dead reading Hobson’s Imperialism, much less writing a forward to it.

    If the Zionists have their way, pages like the one I quoted could never be published. Unlike Russia and its president, Zionism constitutes a clear and present danger to democracy in both the U.S. and Britain.

  53. @Wizard of Oz

    Wizard of Oz—Arguably the most disastrous legislative event in US history was the death of the 1790 Naturalization Act, which limited citizenship to ‘any Alien being a free white person’.

    It was during a 1924 debate on restricting immigration that Representative William Vaile drew his red line: ‘It is a good country. It suits us. And what we assert is that we are not going to surrender it to somebody else or allow other people, no matter what their merits, to make it something different. If there is any changing to be done, we will do it ourselves.’

  54. i must say that corbyn is beginning to look like he is controlled by someone, a “false messiah” of sorts. It is that, death threats or he is a scared old man that never imagined this could happen. i see no other alternatives tbh.

  55. The likes of Ryan and Berger at aĺ should be immediately ejected from the Labour party. These people will ALWAYS put Jewish interests before their constituency interests. That’s why they run for office in the first place.

    Dual loyalty is an oxymoron. There is only Israeli and Jewish interests with these people, the rest of us just get used as toilet paper.

  56. Anonymous [AKA "munnyhunny"] says:

    More symptoms but never causes.
    Corbyn signed Early Day Motion 748
    but nothing heard since, five years later.
    Labour, like Conservatives, like … Greens, UKIP, the lot, are all just factions of THE MONEY PARTY.
    Reform the money and the rest follows.
    It’s not debt that’s the problem, it’s the interest on the debt and specifically on the debt that’s monetised to provide credit aka 97% of our money.
    Get wise to the money con.

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