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The Brits cast their votes. They had a choice between Nationalist – hard capitalism and a socialist manifesto that promised a four day workweek, free broadband, free higher education, saving the NHS and equality ahead. The election results couldn’t be more definitive:

When people are asked to choose between hard capitalism and socialism, capitalism wins.

A lot can be said about the collapse of Labour and its leader. How is it possible that Corbyn, clearly a well meaning man, managed to get squashed by the pompous, not so nice, Boris Johnson? How is it possible that the unruly Bojo crushed Britain’s socialist elder, the man who just three years ago appeared to be a rock star and the only hope for change? How is it possible that the British working class turned their backs on the man who promised to save their NHS, raise minimum wages and push for an equal and fairer society?

The working class in Britain, as in most Western societies, is divided into three segments: The Working Working Class – they tend to vote Tory; The Workless Class – they would have voted for the Brexit party but ended up voting Conservative and, finally; The Don’t Want to Work Class which happens to be what is left of Labour’s now illusory constituency. As it seems, even they failed to buy into Corbyn’s lengthy list of ‘free’ gifts.

Brits may come to regret their electoral choice, possibly within the near future. Some already claim that the worst result of the election was that the Tories won, however, the best consequence of the vote is that the Labour Party has been shredded into infinitesimal particles of political dust. The Party, as we know it, may well be finished. Yet, what many Brits, and Labour voters in particular, may not fully understand is that the election result saved them from the menace of the most insanely tyrannical political party in Europe.

For the past three years the Labour Party has turned against its best and most valuable members: it suspended and expelled its own members for telling the truth. In some cases Labour even targeted private citizens, all in the hope that these acts would appease its detractors within the Jewish community’s leadership. I have kept relatively quiet about all this, I didn’t want to be the person who revealed the full extent of the authoritarian tactics undertaken by Corbyn’s Labour nor did I want any responsibility for Labour’s political demise: this job was left to Britain’s Jewish institutions, the Jewish Chronicle, the JLM, the Chief Rabbi, the BOD and the CAA who have all viciously smeared Corbyn and on a daily basis since the day he was elected to lead the Party.

However, now that Labour has been humiliated and is allegedly ‘seeking reflection,’ this is the right time for me to expose the tyrannical horrors this sycophantic party inflicted on its members and supporters. And, as you may imagine, I have a personal story to tell.

My readers will remember that last year, just before Christmas, the impoverished Islington Labour Council spent £136.000 of its taxpayers’ money on Likud Party godfather Sheldon Adelson’s lawyer in its efforts to prevent me from playing in a Rock & Roll concert at one of their venues. Two weeks before Christmas, Labour politician and Islington Council leader Richard Watts shamelessly complied with a ‘request’ from the Herut/Likud UK chairman to bar my performance. This means that a compromised Labour politician willingly acceded to a request made by a foreign political party, one described by prominent Jewish intellectuals such as Albert Einstein and Hanna Arendt as “akin to Nazi and Fascist parties.”

It didn’t go very well for Islington’s Labour council. A Christmas miracle occurred at its venue last December when a saxophone playing Santa Claus took care of my musical duties with near perfection execution. News of the Islington scandal spread rapidly. Thousands of people wrote to the Labour council. Many others resigned from the party in protest. One would have expected that after this fiasco, the Labour party would get off my back, But instead, this collective of uniquely ungifted characters failed to draw the most obvious and necessary lessons.

Compromised Labour politicians continued with their desperate campaign to appease the Israel Lobby by repeatedly trying to damage my reputation and music career. In January another caricature of a Labour councillor stepped in. Labour’s parliamentary candidate, Rachel Eden who is listed on the Zionist We Believe in Israel, was desperate to cancel my concert at Reading Jazz Club. Eden met with a wall of resistance. She failed to cancel my concert although she was quite successful in exposing her own true loathsome face. I am delighted to report that Eden didn’t make it into the parliament this week.

By the end of January I realised that I was facing a campaign orchestrated by Labour to destroy me and my work. A few days after the sold out Reading concert I received the following letter from a British promoter.

“Hi Gilad,

Hope all is well with you despite the absurdities they keep throwing at you.

I have a choice of dates for you in January next year at the XXX,. I’ve been told that if we want to book you again it has to be discussed at (Labour) council level. I’m hoping the process will be smooth…but who knows with the Labour party these days?

See you soon,

XXXXX”

More evidence appeared that the Labour party was deliberately attempting to destroy my artistic career and harm my reputation with the goal of seriously damaging my ability to make a living.

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Things continued to escalate. Labour Party leaders may have been foolish enough to think that ‘destroying’ Atzmon would somehow vindicate Corbyn from the crimes he didn’t commit. By March Labour was waging an all out war against my music. As the Nazi party did, so Labour launched open warfare against a jazz venue. This time the links led directly to Corbyn’s closest ring within the Labour party. Momentum together with Jewdas, the racially exclusive Jewish Voice for Labour (JVL) and Guardian Journalist Owen Jones joined forces in an attempt to mount pressure on the Vortex Jazz Club. When the club didn’t surrender, Labour’s local council, acting like the mob, sent the police to bully the club. But even this desperate measure backfired. In its reasonable response, something unfamiliar to Labour politicians, the club requested that the police do their homework and find out who I was and what I stood for. The cops called the club a few hours later and apologised, admitting that there was nothing wrong with Atzmon. They confirmed that there has never been a single unlawful activity attached to my name in Britain or anywhere else.

The fact that promoters and music lovers did not bow to Labour tyranny and continued booking me and coming to hear me play in every jazz venue and festival in the country should have delivered a message to the Labour leaders who pushed the anti-Atzmon war. Seemingly, the authoritarian collective, who aren’t even gifted at being authoritarian, decided upon a different form of malevolence. They began to expel and suspend members for reading Atzmon. In some cases, they even reported their own members to the police for doing just that.

A few months ago a FB friend was suspended from the Labour Party in part because he shared articles by me and had even dared to communicate with me in the open. The Labour ‘dispute team’ accused my friend of sharing an article by me titled The Primacy of Jewish Genes. The article delved into Jewish scholarship and actually ridiculed the idea of ‘a Jewish gene,’ ‘Jewish biologism’ or a ‘Jewish race.’

A few months after he was notified by the Labour dispute team of his suspension, the police were knocking on my FB friend’s door. The evidence the police presented of possible ‘hateful communication’ was literally identical to the Labour document. It is not clear whether the Labour party filed the police complaint against my friend or if documents were stolen from Labour and somehow triggered the police investigation. What is clear beyond doubt is that Corbyn’s Labour Party was compiling ‘incriminating’ evidence against its own members. The party has engaged in intensive surveillance of its own members, searching personal and intimate communications and digging into personal social media.

It doesn’t take a genius to understand why a party that displays such blatant disregard for elementary freedoms is not just unfit to govern. Corbyn’s Labour has been a horrendous, tyrannical Orwellian operation. Luckily, the Brits, and amongst them many Labour veterans, realised that Labour in its current authoritarian state presents an imminent threat to freedom. On election day, the Brits gave the party a fatal knockout.

I learned from my friend that the Police interrogation lasted for an entire afternoon and led to nothing, my friend is a genuine anti racist and there was nothing in his communications that even resembled hatred or any form of bigotry. At one point during the questioning, the policeman asked my friend about my article and my friend said he wondered what was wrong with it. The policeman’s answer was shocking albeit amusing. “We are also puzzled by it. We looked into it and found nothing wrong in this Atzmon guy, we thought maybe you could tell us.”

On 11 December, just one day before the general election, the press informed us that the police were probing anti Semitism within the Labour Party and had submitted an evidential file against five Labour members to the Crown Prosecution Service. It is unclear how these bundles of ‘evidence’ made it to the police in the first place, did the party report its members? Some people believe that the files were stolen from the party by members who were even more morally compromised than their party. Either way it is clear that in compiling such files the party was acting against its members. And if this is how Labour treats its core members, try to imagine what this party could have done to its dissenters if it had been given the chance to form the government.

Three days before the election I learned about another former party member who had been permanently expelled from the party. Amongst her ‘thought crimes,’ she was accused of sharing my thoughts.

Item number one on her ‘draft charge’ from Labour was “posting an article by Gilad Atzmon that Israel runs the British Press.”

The article titled This is how Israel Runs the British Press was not an opinion piece, it was actually a leaked document that revealed the extent of Hasbara’s/Mossad’s/Sayanim’s operation in the UK. It explained how Israel and its agents manage to dominate news coverage in Britain and beyond. The leaked email revealed how BICOM (British Israel Communication & research Centre) runs the News desk for the BBC, Sky and the FT.

Corbyn’s Labour has been targeting its best members for most of the last three years and has used the most disgusting authoritarian tactics. It has intimidated activists, suspended and expelled people for truthful statements and pressured artists and venues. When some of these stories came out, a few ardent Labour supporters insisted that it was the Blairites and the Zionists in the Party who were behind this mess. They were either misled or are lying to themselves, the Corbynites were at least as bad as the others, they might well have been worse. Foolishly, naively and wickedly, Momentum, the racially exclusive JVL and other compromised elements associated with Corbyn, thought that by targeting their comrades and yours attempting to destroy my career they could appease the Lobby and their detractors within the Jewish community. Obviously, they failed in their goal. What they achieved was the opposite. They exposed themselves for what they are: a bunch of tyrannical, compromised caricatures unfit to govern.

As of today, Corbyn is finished. The prospect of equality in the near future in Britain is gone. Corbyn, who didn’t miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity, can only blame himself for the disaster his presence in British politics inflicted on all of us and on the Left in particular. But Corbyn did not create this disaster alone, he surrounded himself with advisers who were at least as gullible and dysfunctional has he.

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We learned this week that Chris Williamson, the Labour MP who supported, for a few minutes, my right to make a living and then found himself back peddling in an attempt to survive the Lobby onslaught, garnered just 695 votes last Thursday. Williamson’s political career is probably finished. Rachel Eden, the Labour MP candidate who tried to stop me from performing in Reading failed to make it into the parliament. I guess that fighting a jazz artist and an arts centre earned her some enemies within her own constituency. I, however, am still alive and kicking. My music and literary career is untouched. Despite the desperate attempts by Corbyn’s Labour to eradicate me on behalf of the Lobby, I publish my commentaries on a daily basis and I play music every night. On election day, I played at the Oxford Jazz club, The room was sold out well in advance. At 22.10 as I started my second set, I played a requiem for Labour and Corbyn, I made the political dirge as respectful as I could.

What we saw in Britain last Thursday could be described as a populist coup against the Labour party except Labour wasn’t even in power. One may wonder how the socialist opposition party managed to make itself so reviled. It was not Corbyn’s zigzag over Brexit that made him hated, it is not the free gifts he vowed to spread if elected, it is not the nonsense labels of anti-Semitism stuck on him, these actually made him popular. It was his party’s tyrannical and authoritarian inclinations that made Labour’s core support run away.

To locate a Labour’s enclave use a magnifying glass
To locate a Labour’s enclave use a magnifying glass

Last Thursday Labour was practically wiped out and throughout the entire country. If you want to locate Labour ghettos on the map, you may need to use a magnifying glass. The Brits managed to save themselves from a dangerous bunch of ‘well meaning’ vindictive Orwellian characters. Labour has been severely punished by the Brits. From this point on, any authoritarian attempt by Labour to interfere with elementary human rights should be met with fierce resistance: exposed and denounced. I tend to believe that in order to save the Labour Party from its current rotten state, it had better be killed off first.

 
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  1. A fascinating article – on a related point, some commentators on what is broadly termed the “dissident right” in the UK have theorised – i would suggest correctly – that it should be noted that Corbyn came before Momentum ( most of whose leaders are Jewish) – and that the foundation of Momentum was an attempt to “get ahead” of the Zionist-critical movement that Corbyn was perceived as representing – ie it was/is a Zionist controlled Leftist opposition in the same way that the Tommy Robinson circus was/is Zionist controlled faux-nationalist opposition.
    It would be interesting to hear your views on this.

    • Agree: Gilad Atzmon, Sya
    • Replies: @Gilad Atzmon
  2. Yaakov says:

    Can the author lay off the hyperbole and excessive use of inflammatory adjectives? It’s not a high school debate. I’m sure there were interesting points included in the work, but it was too hard to separate the wheat from the chaff to be bothered. OK, you’re a musician and Corbyn is the manifestation of Evil on Earth. And yes, Orwell was right. But get a freaking editor please. Bloody ridiculous.

    • Troll: Alfred, Herald
    • Replies: @Gilad Atzmon
  3. Anon[664] • Disclaimer says:

    “The Most Dangerous Political Party in Europe”

    Yeah, if you’re a 12 year old white girl living in one of their council areas.

    But Gilad doesn’t give a shit about that because he just wants to stick it to Israel. If Labour had got in, people like me would be arrested at dawn for speaking out on mass child rape FFS.

  4. Anonymous[628] • Disclaimer says:

    I think the election results are fake. I concede that Labour might have not won a majority, but it certainly did not lose to the degree officially reported. I think this election was used by Jewish power to “prove” that the antisemitism smear is an actual political weapon. when the truth is that it simply is not and the public does not give a damn about antisemitism. in order to make it appear as if the public cared a lot about antisemitism the election results were manipulated to reflect the fake image of a public that is hyperjudeophilic, which is what Jewish power wants us to see. someone should look at the exit polling.

    the election results were manipulated so Jewish power could maintain the image of the antisemitism smear actually being a weapon. when it is not a weapon. the real weapon is faking elections. I am convinced this is not only a Jewish power enterprise, the British deep state and security services are very anti-corbyn. threats of coups had been floated before. there is also precedent, in the 1970s a labour PM who had been forced to resign because of a threat of a coup.

    • Agree: Kali
  5. Corbyn or Johnson, I don’t see much difference. Mass immigration and multiculturalism, egalitarianism and the rest of the crap like LGBT, radical feminism, consumerism, and control by sex will still be promoted. England either way is doomed. What we get in the end is civic nationalism compatible with Israel, another term for white genocide and jewish power.

    • Agree: Herald
  6. I acknowledge that Corbyn made many errors. His biggest mistake was not using his powerbase as a weapon against the Zionist occupied Blairites. He could have turned to referenda on policy issues that were opposed by the Blairites, and had them confirmed by Labour’s base. Had the Blairites opposed, they could have been tossed from the Party. Would the Rabbis have dared to call Labour’s base anti-Semites? Only at their own risk. Instead, Corbyn chose to “prove” he wasn’t an anti-Semite. It was never going to work, because, if you aren’t grovelling enough, you are still an anti-Semite.

    By the way, cut the Nazi banning music BS.
    https://cwporter.com/swing.htm

    • Replies: @barr
  7. cranc says:

    Much as I agree with your assessment of the Labour Party’s actions on this issue, I think in truth, only a few thousand people in the country are even aware of such things. To say that this was a major factor in the election defeat is misguided, perhaps your opinion is clouded by your being too close to things personally.
    Corbyn lost because there was a popular will to see the Brexit vote honoured, and because he was on the receiving end of the most sustained and intense media smear campaign in UK political history. 63 of the 66 seats that the Tories won off of Labour were ‘vote Leave’ constituencies.

    As said though, I agree that there are a nasty clique on the Labour Left who are very close to Likudniks when it comes to ‘shutting it down’. More people should know about this.

    • Agree: Alfred
    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
    , @A123
  8. @Gordon Bennettt

    Momentum was a classic controlled opposition front. A disgusting operation that was quick enough to unveil itself … The big question is how stupid was Corbyn not to see all of it… and if he is indeed that stupid, what made him think he could lead a country…

  9. @Yaakov

    The author doesn’t take instructions from anonymous Yaakovs or any other Jerusalemite characters attempting to police language or expressions…

    • Agree: Oscar Peterson
    • Replies: @animalogic
  10. @Anon

    concentrate,,, I actually stick it to Labour ,,

  11. barr says:
    @Curmudgeon

    “Would the Rabbis have dared to call Labour’s base anti-Semites?

    Surely they would have. Occupy Wall Street was anti Semite . Naming bankers as globalist was anti Semite .

    Decrying communism was anti Semite when that path was built for uphill migration of the tribe and now nay attack on neoliberalism on global power of extraterritorial intercontinental extrajudicial nature is considered as anti Semite because it is seen an obstacle to the continued upward journey of the tribe .

  12. Corbyn’s spineless capitulation to the Zio-media’s phoney antisemitism smear campaign probably has more to do with sexual blackmail extortion than any attempt to embrace the Lobby and win over the Jewish community. The failed Labor Party leader may be much maligned when it comes to Israel, but unfortunately, when it comes to protecting British care home children from chronic sexual abuse in his own Islington-North London district, it’s the children who remain most maligned – and his record fits an all too familiar pattern for British VIP’s. In September 2018 a very revealing article entitled “Friends of Israel” succinctly tied Zionism and the international pedophilia network together:

    “The Zionist modus operandi for shaping UK politics, foreign policy, and public opinion includes the use of Organized Child Sexual Abuse and Child Trafficking – as a tool for rewarding, entrapping, removing or blackmailing parliamenta “Friends of Israel,” aagirfan.com/hollygreigjustice.blogspot.com, September 4, 2018, https://holliegreigjustice.wordpress.com/2018/09/05/friends-of-israel/.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  13. Kali says:

    Well done for holding back on discussing this very ugly side of the current Labour party until now Gilad. That can’t have been easy!

    Members of my family are still banging their drums for Corbyn today. It’s gonna take a lot to change their minds (I’ve been trying for years)! But I’ll share this with them and see how they respond.

    My hometown of Liverpool remains red. It will never turn blue and that’s a good thing.

    But until the people there realise that (((the lobby))), playing on Corbyns weakness and fear of the “anti-semetic” slur, has entirely finished of what was left (no pun intended) of their party after Blair had his way with it they’re going to be stuck in a political limbo, wondering what on earth is going on.

    The Left/Rigjt paradigm mascerading as “democracy” is dead, and with it, politics as we know it. If that isn’t entirely obvious now, it will be over ne next few years.

    But what comes next? Direct Democracy? – well, I can dream can’t I?

    More likely it will be global “eco/sustainable/neoliberal” totalitarianism for a couple of hundreed year…. THEN actual dircct demicracy. That’ll be fun. 🙂

    Sending love,
    Kali.

  14. @cranc

    I agree most people do not care about the Zionism and Israel except for Gilad and a few others.
    Corbyn did not loose because the Jews sabotaged him, the defeat of the left and progressivism is a global phenom, same with the US democratic party.

    People just do not like being called racist if they are against immigration, or homophobic if they are not for extreme transgender equality issues etc.

    Gilad ironically keeps walking into it. I do not know why someone has not explained to him that the Labour defeat was a defeat of his ideas. He was the one pushing Jewish power and Jewish identity politics from and center. People aren’t buying it. Yet he makes the defeat about Labour throwing him under the bus. I guess he doesn’t get it.

    Jewish power did not defeat Labour. Labour voters REJECTED those Jewish identity and Jewish power ideas in favor of what the Torre were offering a better future economically and consensus that all thins are local and not local. A resounding defeat of humanist global ideas. With the elite dictating the future of the middle. That is the issue not Palestine.

    • Replies: @Kali
    , @anon
    , @cranc
    , @animalogic
  15. Kali says:
    @Fran Taubman

    If you actually read the article you’re commenting on (I’m stunned I have to say that!) you’ll see that Gilad DID NOT put Labours defeat down to its treatment of him.

    What he actually says is that that defeat saved the country from “the most dangerous political party in Europe.”

    He then goes on to explain why he makes that assertion, using his own and his friends experiences to ilustrate those dangers.

    As for the test of your comment it ranges from just pain wrong to utterly incoherant.

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  16. anon[117] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fran Taubman

    On Friday the thirteenth of December, the day after Boris Johnson’s Tory party devastated Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour in Britain’s bitterly-fought 2019 election, Lord John Mann, the government’s independent antisemitism adviser, tweeted the following:

    I can this morning announce that as government advisor on antisemitism that I will be instigating an investigation this January into the role of the Canary and other websites in the growth of antisemitism in the United Kingdom.

    The tweet was first reported by The Jewish Chronicle, which said that Mann would be targeting other “far left websites.” The news suggests that the weaponization of antisemitism that contributed to Corbyn’s defeat was now being redirected — Mann indeed tweeted that the election did not herald the end of his efforts.[1]

    http://www.mondoweiss.net

    Mentioning this will be an act of anti antisemitism soon. Keep on “efforting” Mr Mann . No body thinks you have any impact .Very soon you will agree to that as landscape changes and new narrative becomes necessary .

  17. cranc says:
    @Fran Taubman

    I think a lot of people do care about Israel, the Palestinians and middle eastern peace. It wasn’t a prominent election issue though.
    Corbyn’s loss was in large part because of the attacks of Jewish organisations, to state otherwise is simply counterfactual. The AS media smear campaign would have gone nowhere without those organisations screaming fake paranoia. Clearly THEY did not want Corbyn anywhere near power.
    The decline of the Left is not to be considered separately from the rise of Jewish supremacism. The value system of Jewish elites is a countercurrent to progressive egalitarian politics everywhere.

    The UK chose the values embodied in Israel, and has immediately moved much closer to Israeli politics even in the past couple of days. So although most voters would not raionalise it this way, the vote result IS a reflection of a certain internalisation of Jewish Power.
    I only objected to Gilad’s inference that this was consciously a significant part of the electorate’s calculus on Thursday the 12th. Most people haven’t the faintest clue what this is about in my experience.

  18. Rashkae says:

    If you think Boris Johnson is going to be any less submissive to the Jewish lobby you are sadly mistaken. Corbyn’s biggest mistake was trying to appease them, it cannot be done. If he’d resisted they would have just spun it as confirmation of his supposed antisemitism – Catch 22.

    The whole huge narrative they’ve built needs deconstructing on a mass scale. Unfortunately it wont happen untill the majority of people are sick of it all, and then as always the innocent ones suffer the consequences.

  19. @Kali

    Wow incoherent is not good. But I find his article incoherent so maybe that is why my response follows.
    Gilad says many different things at the same time like a 360, so as you oppose one of his ideas it comes back around again at the other end. I will bullet at least in an attempt to be coherent.

    -Gilad has been very vocal with other Labour people against Israel. I hope you agree that there are many levels of “against Israel”. Gilad’s and other Labour leaders are prob BDS and against Israel as a state to exist. They are calling for a one vote country where the Jews will loose the majority and Israel will become another failed Muslim controlled state.
    – Many Jews find that point of view a red line. Pro BDS and against Israel as a Jewish state, will bring out the power structure to fight. The Jewish lobby, which went on to charge many Labour MPs and even Corbyn himself as anti-semitic.
    – Labour back peddled and thru Gilad and others under the bus. I do not live in Britain so I am not clear as to who was behind the picketing of his music but it was hideous and the people seemed really stupid.

    Despite the Jewish lobby and Labour’s retreat from the accusations and seemingly willingness to pacify the lobby, as an entire entity the “Jewish and Israeli question” pro or con is not something people care about by comparison to other issues. I see this in the US with similar opposition to Israel from BDS, and other groups.
    Gilad did during the election cycle rant that the polls up and down were reflecting Corbyn’s retreat from the Jewish lobby.

    Sorry I just realize that Gilad is not pro BDS see he is confusing.

    Gilad DID NOT put Labours defeat down to its treatment of him.

    He did actually equate the two but in the context of other anti Israeli labour leaders. He many times said they would loose if they did not stand up to Jewish power.

    I can only speak for people in the US which sort of mirrors the UK, that (we have a lot of Zio Christains), there is a lot of pro Israeli support coming from outside the Jewish lobby. People identify with Israel. It just is a fact. The anti Israeli anti Jewish voice is a noisy but small one world wide. So not only did Labour loose, most people in the UK and the US are not anti Zionist, and pro Palestinian. In the US we have two female muslim pro Palestinian legislators who get zero support.

    Hoping this clears up the incoherent part.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @Kali
    , @Wally
  20. @cranc

    I agree with this assessment.

    • Replies: @frankie p
  21. A123 says:
    @cranc

    Corbyn lost because there was a popular will to see the Brexit vote honoured, and because he was on the receiving end of the most sustained and intense media smear campaign in UK political history. 63 of the 66 seats that the Tories won off of Labour were ‘vote Leave’ constituencies.

    Corbyn was submissive before anti-democratic EU elites who wanted to overturn the Brexit decision.

    He campaigned for a false utopia that encouraged mass migration of child rape gangs. It is hard to see how Corbyn was “smeared” by accurately exposing his desire to replace Christians with Muslims.

    Corbyn lost because he stood against Main Street Christian values. The same story is taking place in nations like Hungary, Poland, and Italy. The people are of tired of seeing their wives and daughters suffering at the hands of Muslim Invaders brought in by elites like Corbyn who serve EU Globalists.
    ____

    Mutti Merkel apparently missed the message. Her response is a call for more Muslims in Germany. (1)

    Legislation is due to take effect March 1 making it easier for non-EU nationals to get visas to work and seek jobs in Germany. Arrangements currently applied to university graduates are being expanded…

    PEACE 😇
    _______

    (1) https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/12/16/germany-urgently-seeking-more-migrants-from-outside-european-union/

    • Agree: Lot
  22. Well, Atzmon claims he’s not a Jew; however, this article just screams “Me! Me! Me! It’s all about me.!”

    No, Gilad, it isn’t, and your display of Chosenite narcissism is in keeping with that of your tribal pals.

    What evidence do you have that the English working class: a/ know you exist; b/ know about these kike squabbles; or c/ give a shit?

    • LOL: Lot
    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  23. Is the left really dead? Won’t people come back to it as their living standards continue to decline?

    Or can propaganda cause the people to embrace their poverty, like in the US South? People there would rather lose their teeth than vote for government-sponsored dental care. I wonder how much austerity is in the pipeline in the UK.

    • Replies: @animalogic
    , @anonymous
  24. Onebornfree says: • Website

    “When people are asked to choose between hard capitalism and socialism, capitalism wins.”

    ‘capitalism wins” ? FFS, Johnson and his cronies have about as much to do with capitalism as does Corbyn and his bunch of commie dunderheads!

    The ‘choice” was between the [supposedly] slightly more “moderate” socialism of the conservative gang of crooks, and the slightly less moderate socialism [aka communism] of Corbyn’s gang of crooks. That’s all.

    Either way, socialism/communism won – NOTHINGS CHANGED!

    And the idiot- slaves all fall for the scam and congratulate themselves/pat themselves on the back after they’ve “won” their great victory. 😂

    “Stupid is as stupid does”.

    And so it goes…..

    “Regards” onebornfree

    • Agree: Kratoklastes
  25. @cranc

    The UK chose the values embodied in Israel, and has immediately moved much closer to Israeli politics even in the past couple of days. So although most voters would not raionalise it this way, the vote result IS a reflection of a certain internalisation of Jewish Power.
    I only objected to Gilad’s inference that this was consciously a significant part of the electorate’s calculus on Thursday the 12th. Most people haven’t the faintest clue what this is about in my experience.

    I would call it more of a Jewish -Christain shift in values. The extreme left is secular and secularism and its values are being rejected as well.

    This is the sentiment of many on the left including Gilad, which is also being rejected.
    The Labour defeat was also a rejection of Gilad’s ideas as well, although he will argue differently.
    Below is what Gilad thinks. It is from Linda Sarsour who was kicked out of the Women’s march. Most people think this is garbage.

    “Israel was built on the idea that Jews are supreme to everybody else.” She continued: “How can you be against white supremacy in the United States of America and the idea of living in a supremacist state based on race and class, but then you support a state like Israel that is built on supremacy?”

  26. sott.net : “Calling out the mainstream media (msm) : Corbyn ally slams BBC for ‘consciously’ contributing to Labour’s disastrous election defeat”
    “Media study finds BBC and other MSM guilty of clear and consistent bias against Corbyn”
    “US and UK military-intelligence apparatus campaigns to destroy Jeremy Corbyn ”
    “Jeremy Corbyn is the most smeared politician in Britsh history ”
    “Jeremy Corbyn smeared as threat to UK security ”
    aanirfan.blogspot.com : ” UK election rigged ? Brexit in name only ”

    opendemocracy.com : ” Revealed : Boris , the Russian oligarch and the page 3 model -fresh concerns about the PM …being a security risk “

    • Replies: @Brabantian
  27. Anon[289] • Disclaimer says:

    The leaked email revealed how BICOM (British Israel Communication & research Centre) runs the News desk for the BBC, Sky and the FT.

    Yes, Atzmon. But if everyone’s happy with that, why shouldn’t they be doing it?
    Even not noticing and not seeing it, on the part of the intelligent and educated, equates to being happy with it, doesn’t it?

    Israel, or Israeli-Brits, aren’t doing what you say by force. If they were doing it by force, that would be a breach of civilization. But they are doing it under the rules of (our!) civilization, with consent of an ample majority.

    Note that, while I obviously don’t belong to the ample majorities (I am in a tiny minority, in every topic there’s in the world), my comment is in no way sardonic, ironic, or whatever.

    And likewise: nobody in Western Europe (I am not in the UK) minds that our mainstream newspapers, state-controlled TV news programs give them as news translations, often by the word, of UK’s and the USA’s “news”. I just don’t read or watch them but haven’t been angry at this state of affairs for quite a long time.
    Everybody is OK with this, some actively enjoying it, others not minding it in the least, and treating you as a bother if you try to bring up the thing and say it’s an issue and it should be an issue to them.

    Peace

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  28. Gilad, I applaud the result and your stamina. Do I throw a wet blanket in asking what changes for you folks going forward? There’s been no change here, in fact, speech codes, the wars and the hustle and theft at Defense go on and on. Our change with Trump is mostly cosmetic, he’s certainly better than Hillary’s drunken fizz on the screen every day. But the rest? I really don’t see a god damned thing different from Obama or any of the rest, except for churn and turmoil, always good for a so-called Democracy/Republic. Our Carnival Barker is better than their Carnival Barker. Cosmetically. Real change? Not so much.

    Do you see Boris being elected as a throwing off of the yoke?

    • Replies: @Wally
  29. Well, whatever the cost, criticism of Israel has been suppressed.

  30. @Fran Taubman

    ‘In the US we have two female muslim pro Palestinian legislators who get zero support.’

    I was under the impression they received the support of a majority of the voters in their constituencies.

    But perhaps they didn’t. Fill us in on the details, Fran.

    • Troll: A123
    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
    , @A123
  31. @Anon

    Israel, or Israeli-Brits, aren’t doing what you say by force. If they were doing it by force, that would be a breach of civilization.

    Pretending to be a dispassionate or disinterested reporter when actually being a clandestine partisan deliberately furthering a hidden agenda is not force, but it’s fraud. Deceptive conduct undertaken in expectation of gain.

    Odd, how (((some folks))) forget that fraud violates the “rules of (our!) civilization“.

    It’s almost pathological, and affirms stuff that has been written down consistently since before the Jesus myth was invented.

    Nothing to do with tribal behaviour of course: the intelligentsia of every society has simply had a common but inexplicable irrational hatred of the Red Sea Pedestrians that appeared out of thin air).

    To be fair though: injunctions against fraud (and usury, and slavery and a host of other things) only violate the the rules of (((their!))) civilization[sic] if they’re directed internally: doing sick shit to the ‘stranger’ is perfectly OK.

  32. @Colin Wright

    I was under the impression they received the support of a majority of the voters in their constituencies.

    They fulfilled the electoral requirements, and so to the extent that the system can coner legitimacy, they hold their offices legitimately.

    Only Omar is likely to have got over the “50%+1 of the entire eligible electorate” hurdle.

    Tlaib (Michigan’s 13th district) got 84.2% of the votes cast, but there were only 196K votes cast overall (in a district with a population of 710K, which would give a best-guess at total eligible voting population of ~450K). There was no Republican candidate, which significantly biases the selection space.

    Omar (Minnesota’s 5th district) got 78.2% of 342K votes (district population: ~720K, so a best-guess at EVP of ~425K). There was a Republican candidate.

    Getting actual EVP data by district is a moderate pain in the arse but those guesses will be close enough. Tlaib would be lucky to have gotten 40% of EVP, and Omar probably did get over 50% of EVP.

    With all that said: using %EVP as a criterion (so saying that 2 imbeciles’ preferences ‘trump’ one smart person’s), it has to be said that both are much more ‘representative’ than a very very large number of Congress-vermin and Senators.

  33. @Kratoklastes

    Nothing to do with tribal behavior of course: the intelligentsia of every society has simply had a common but inexplicable irrational hatred of the Red Sea Pedestrians that appeared out of thin air).

    I don’t think so if that were true Corbyn would have one. Mostly people are rejecting this urgent call for a rerun of 1930 by the non intelligentsia (seriously you consider your self intelligent). Most people like Jews and the only fraud I can see is the unrelenting scapegoating of the Jews.

    Your Jew hatred is so full of lust I can your endorphins smacking with smiles.

    Remember the Jew haters just got annihilated, like powder.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  34. A123 says:
    @Colin Wright

    FT: ‘In the US we have two female muslim pro Palestinian legislators who get zero support.’

    CW: I was under the impression they received the support of a majority of the voters in their constituencies.

    CW,

    Before attempting to engage in discourse with your superiors you may wish to acquaint you self with basic logic. Specifically, the the concept of “context“:

    https://www.wordnik.com/words/context

    noun — The part of a text or statement that surrounds a particular word or passage and determines its meaning.

    All readers with more than pre-K skills would immediately understand that, in context, Fran’s expression is correctly read as:

    ‘In the US we have two female muslim pro Palestinian legislators who get zero [legislative] support.’

    Please let us know if you would like to volunteer for additional English language lessons, as your posting history shows that you have substantial deficiencies in this area.

    Or — Should I just take your continued posting, in context, as your act of volunteering?

    MERRY CHRISTMAS 🎄

  35. @Gilad Atzmon

    Sorry Gilad, I sympathize with you — the treatment you received from labour was disgraceful. Mean, spiteful, petty, all the things we have come to expect from the Zionists. And this WAS a Zionist hit-job.
    But, although there’s no excusing labour’s behaviour, those acts ultimately rest on the flaccid stupidity of the “politically correct.”
    The fact is, you & others got caught up in an antisemitism wedge job. As with Brexit, labour would have had to have a political spine to stand up –to take a stand –on these issues. (for god’s sake: “we’re Brexit neutral!”Oh, please…. )
    So, I don’t think Labour was “tyrannical” etc per se. I think they were gutless & politically moronic.
    And what a cost that has been…. Five years of Boris & his fucking meaness & stupidity — I’d feel sorry for the UK except that no adult can be forgiven for voting for such a neon lighted, flashing, 100 foot high SHIT as Boris.

  36. @Kratoklastes

    It is not Brits or Americans or French or Germans who are submissive to the Lobby, it is the compromised and often treacherous political and media classes who are totally detached from the people, their thoughts, emotions and anger.

    Corbyn and Labour were punished by many sectors but he was also punished for surrendering to Lobby pressure. His party was also punished for its treacherous attitude towards its best members.

    Simple really..

    Can the Labour be fixed,,, not in our lifetime. It doesn’t even start to grasp the problem.

    But Corbyn had a great impact as well. He brought to light the depth of the Jewish problem in Britain and beyond. If British Jews really believe that Corbyn was a Hitler character, they should be concerned by the fact that every 3rd British voter believed he should be the next PM…

  37. @Kali

    “global “eco/sustainable/neoliberal” totalitarianism for a couple of hundreed year…. THEN actual dircct demicracy. ”
    Wow! You are an optimist! Couple of hundred years? Couple of decades IF we’re lucky
    (incidentally? Eco-sustainable & neoliberalism is a contradiction in terms)

  38. @Fran Taubman

    “Labour voters REJECTED those Jewish identity and Jewish power ideas in favor of what the Torre were offering a better future economically ”
    Kidding right? Not about the Jewish issue you point to, which I agree with to a degree, but the better economically future.
    That’s so wrong, I don’t know where to start….

  39. @TimeTraveller

    “People there would rather lose their teeth than vote for government-sponsored dental care.”
    You’ve nailed it time traveller ! People are just that stupid. God, how the Elites must be laughing!

  40. @9/11 Inside job

    More from the UK lady who writes under pen name ‘Aangirfan’, from her article on ‘BBC – Bibi’s Broadcasting Corporation’:

    Mark Thompson was once the director general of the BBC. ‘In November 2005, Thompson traveled with his Jewish wife to Israel, where he held direct talks with Ariel Sharon’.

    Sir Michael Lyons was the Chairman of the BBC Trust. Lyons is Jewish.

    Anthony Fry is another of the BBC Trustees. He has worked for the Rothschild Group.

    The Independent (UK newspaper) on 16 April 2009 tells us about the BBC Trust which “is now a mouthpiece for the Israeli lobby.”

    Marcus Ambrose Paul Agius was appointed the senior non-executive director on the BBC’s executive board. Born into a Jewish family, Agius is married to Katherine, daughter of Edmund de Rothschild of the Rothschild banking family of England, with two children, and has a close involvement with the Rothschild family estate, Exbury Gardens in Hampshire.

    Alasdair Milne, ‘the last BBC Director General to take the corporation’s public service remit seriously’, was removed by Marmaduke Hussey, chairman of the BBC board. According to ‘Chance Governs All’, Marmaduke Hussey’s memoirs, 2001:

    In 1986, Hussey had a conversation with Victor Rothschild, head of a government ‘think tank’.

    “Can you fire the Director General?” enquires Rothschild.

    A long pause from Hussey, then “I think so.”

    “Well, that’s all that needs to be said, isn’t it?” Rothschild replies.

    http://aanirfan.blogspot.com/2019/12/bbc-bibis-broadcasting-corporation.html

  41. Isn’t the Conservative party ,led by an apparently compromised Boris Johnson ,the most dangerous political party in Europe ?
    Steve Pieczenik : “Boris Johnson – Owned by Mossad ? Born a US Jew , trained in Israel? sociopath ? ”

    phibetaiota.net

  42. WHAT says:

    If they chose muh hard capitalism, it`s only because they are not hungry enough.
    And no, muh Boris will not stop wogs from settling in.

  43. Kali says:
    @Fran Taubman

    “Hoping this clears up the incoherent part.”

    Somewhat.
    So lets deal with the “utterlty wrong” part shall we? 😀

    What actually prompted me to say that was your suggestion that the tories will be better for the economy. – I guess that depends on ones definition of “better” really.

    Whilst it’s doubtless that they’ll be better for Big Corporations and for bankers, that “better” will not filter down to the majority, incuding small business owners.
    It will be great for “israeli” business interests. And it will work out well for US interests too. But not for the vast majority British people.

    (I’d have said so last night in my reply to your comment, but was distracted by goings on here, so sorry about that.)

    “-Gilad has been very vocal with other Labour people against Israel. I hope you agree that there are many levels of “against Israel”. Gilad’s and other Labour leaders are prob BDS and against Israel as a state to exist. They are calling for a one vote country where the Jews will loose the majority and Israel will become another failed Muslim controlled state.”

    When you talk about “israel” you’re in fact talking about Occupied Palestine.
    Given that “israel” gained and holds the majority in the region by ethnically cleansing the native Palestinians, the ONLY fair solution IS to recognise the right of Palestine to exist and the right of Palestinians to return home.
    Of course that will result in the jews of the region becoming a minority and will result in a failed “jewish state.”

    The knock-on effect – peace across the ME – resulting in fewer refugees seeking asylum from “israeli” U.S. and British wars of agression (unless the yanks decide to keep going after the oil, but that’s another matter) and cosequently, less immigation.
    And it will also remove the threat of nuclear war with Russia.

    It’s basically a win-win for the ME, the West and the World! – And even the right and the alt-right would celebrate!

    “– Many Jews find that point of view a red line. Pro BDS and against Israel as a Jewish state, will bring out the power structure to fight. The Jewish lobby, which went on to charge many Labour MPs and even Corbyn himself as anti-semitic.”

    Yup.

    “– Labour back peddled and thru Gilad and others under the bus. I do not live in Britain so I am not clear as to who was behind the picketing of his music but it was hideous and the people seemed really stupid.”

    Indeed.

    “Gilad did during the election cycle rant that the polls up and down were reflecting Corbyn’s retreat from the Jewish lobby.”

    That was at least part of it.
    Whilst Brits are subject to “israels” propoganda machine, biased roporting, etc, there is a growing sence that all isn’t as we’re led to believe. The MSM’s and the Jewish lobbys’ smearing of Corbyn as an “anti-semite” because of his support for the Palestinian people actually made a lot of people take notice.
    That Corbyn tried to appease the Jewish groups attacking him was seen as a weakness.
    As was his lack of leadership regarding Brexit.

    “He many times said they would loose if they did not stand up to Jewish power.”

    Not standing up to jewish power certainly did him no favours. Though I doubt it cost him the election.

    “there is a lot of pro Israeli support coming from outside the Jewish lobby. People identify with Israel. It just is a fact. The anti Israeli anti Jewish voice is a noisy but small one world wide.”

    I dare say. But the question is, why?
    Given that in both countries the MSM try to present the Palestinians struggle against occupation and genocide as a fair fight, and to present Palestinian fighters, such as they are, as “terrorist” is it any wonder?

    The bottom line, and the take-home message in this comment is, with a One State Solution all of yout issues with Muslim immigration will be resolved. 😉

    Regards,
    Kali.

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  44. @Fran Taubman

    Fran: ‘I do not think Corbyn hates Jews.’

    Fran: ‘Remember the Jew haters just got annihilated, like powder.’

    The difficulty, Fran, isn’t that you’re dishonest. You have to be; you support Israel.

    The difficulty is that you’re not very good at it. Work on your lying skills, then come back.

    • LOL: Kali
  45. The election in the UK and the planned defeat of Labour by well planned propaganda and the demonization and vilification of JC onto a monster by the prostitute press proves beyond any doubt that British Zionists are the fifth column of a foreign entity and that their loyalty to the UK should not be trusted.

  46. @ParadoxRocks

    “Probably” = speculation.
    If the Zios had anything on him, they would have sprung when he was running for party leader so as to continue the (((occupation))) of Labour.
    I’m not going to pretend to know everything about the internal workings of Labour, but I do understand the internal workings of political parties. The facts are that the (((Blairites))) are krytonite to Labour, and Corbyn had tools at his disposal to remove the kryptonite, but chose not to.

    As for “The Zionist modus operandi…”, the UK isn’t unique, it’s the same in every “Western liberal democracy”, regardless of party.

  47. Corbyn lost because he did not understand the economic problem:

    ‘unlimited wants, limited resources;
    limited needs, limited resources’

    One side is for the capitalists, one side is for the socialists. Socialism should only serve the needs of the people, and be as efficient at doing so as possible. The derived demand for state bureaucracy is not that solution. The history of the 20th century shows just that.. Not that the 19th without any socialism was better, but Corbyn’s solution was old hat, and people see it as such.

    Corbyn was an old man spitting out knackered ideas. He was assaulted by the elites (50% Anglo, 50% Jewish), and he was an appeaser to them.. well, he certainly did not debate them courageously. He was absolutely dishonest about the core issue of the day, Brexit.

    His knackered ideas were of a socialism that delivered needs on a competitive (capitalistic) basis, and paid for them through a neither equal, nor fair system of progressive taxation. This may be ok for communists who deny the ‘unlimited wants, limit resources’ half of the economic problem, but those are few and far between, and most of the population have a dream they aspire to.

    I was really a very big fan of Corbyn when he was elected, but his demeanour quickly made me realize he was just a ‘number 2’ at most. He, just, had, no, fightinhim, and no mind to progress socialism beyond the flawed 20th century starting point.

  48. Svevlad says:

    Oh hard capitalism vs socialism nearly always results in socialists winning.

    Except that only applies if both actually have a spine – Corbyn had so many goddamn opportunities to actually return the left to it’s working-class roots, but he started pandering to SJW cosmopolitan types instead. The people, even though they’re dumb as shit, still saw that that was really idiotic, and they voted for what looks like the stronger horse. He should have stuck with an actually coherent plan that isn’t outdated, told the Jews to fuck right off if they don’t like it, and go full on Brexit. But nooo, that’s too populist, but promising everyone gibs apparently isn’t.

    Oh well, we’re experiencing the death throes of both. One will die with a whimper, the other with a bang and very brutally- but you know very well which one wins – the 4th political theory.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  49. ‘Except that only applies if both actually have a spine – Corbyn had so many goddamn opportunities to actually return the left to it’s working-class roots’

    This implicitly assumes that the ‘working class’ still constitutes a majority of the British electorate.

    Does it? Or is it more a matter of an impoverished non-working class on the one hand and wannabe capitalists enjoying varying degrees of success on the other?

    It doesn’t matter if you get the miners’ vote if there ain’t no miners.

  50. why would I want to save the Labor Party? or any political party for that matter? the people can run their own country why do they need political parties to do it for them?

    the contradictory reality of political parties is their undoing. Political parties create no wealth and cannot pay for themselves. they depend on donations and financing by rich men and women for their existence. how can they do their job for the people when they are paid by individual who rip the people off?

    Poliician are always promising to do work that goes against the interest of those who actually pay for their parties. how can that work..it cant work! the proces is a recipe for coruption. and that is what goes on with political parties in or out of government..RELENTLESS CORRUPTION OF SOCIETY!

    what to do…prevent the rich from donating? that would be illegal: you cant prevent a citizen from giving

    put a ceiling on individual contributions? wont work..easy to find ways around any limitation at all except to ban contributions to politicl parties. then they would all go out of business! that would be sweet.

    but I dont care what Corbyn is. I thought he toadied up to the Jews and that is a non no if you are a progressive politician. why toady up when those are the people you have to fight tooth and nail?

    Corbyns path was defined for him: he had a platform that attacked the interest of the Jewish capitalist power. that is a power that does not have to take risks with anyone..certainly with Corbyn. so he had to fight from start to finish by standing on his principles and platform

    but that is how politicians are..professional people with no independent sources of income for the most part. politicians have to play the game with the rich, compromising their ‘principles’ fatally. mostly however politicians do not have principles to begin with

    it is all a waste of precious time. the answer is for the ordianry people to rise up and take over society, set up all in the popular interest. if the ordianry people cannot do that the capitalists will complete their take-over of society and put an end to human society as we know it. the capitalist will also complete carrying through the job of human extinction in a hurry then..at a much faster rate than they are proceeding now

    interesting all this! I dont think humanity is capable of saving itself. I think humanity is a rotten spineless, generally parasitic and useles species. we are in a test of our usefulness in existence..into a fullconfrontation with the question of whether we can stick around in nature for an indefinte while. I think we have lost that struggle..such as it is.. already

    Politics as we play it..political parties and so on is a contradictory reality that can and will never never yield the ‘good’ society humanity says it wants. just watch

    • Replies: @Kali
    , @Kali
    , @Parfois1
  51. @Svevlad

    ‘Oh hard capitalism vs socialism nearly always results in socialists winning.’

    Izzat a fact? Chile, 1973? Brazil, just this year. What examples were you thinking of?

  52. @Kali

    As an American looking at the UK Labour party for the purpose of discussion, and to avoid stepping into Gilads mess I will speak globally about the Left as Progressives.

    In the US we call progressives the Woke Left. These progressives years past were the labor unions, working and middle class as well as minorities fighting the Republican Tory establishment representing the white power structure.

    Somewhere along the way a derailment occurred and these two groups switched tracks. The 60’s progressives became the 2000 elites. Third world immigrants are left behind with no one to represent them.

    Progressivism has become tyrannical and fascist. You cannot disagree with them. If you a Jew and support Israel you are a supremacist genocidal racist. College campuses shut down free speech and run conservative speakers out of lecture halls.

    If you are against Arab muslim culture you an Islamaphobe. If you are against immigration you are a racist. If you are against gay marriage you are a homophobe. If you believe in god you are against evolution. Identity politics is the rage. You are no longer a person. You are either white, or of color, or gender neutral.

    There is currently a global revolt against the global elite. They are fighting for nativism and a return to a culture they grew up with. Jews are not involved in their rage or desires. As you can see globally the left is finished.

    Gilad has lost his mind injecting himself in this phenomenon, which I find totally confusing, Is it his view that he helped bring down the horrid Labour party because he saw before anyone that they were lost or did labour try to bring him down because he and others spoke truth to Jewish power and hate Israel? Did Jew power defeat Labour or did Gilad’s (and other Labour leaders ) ideas and hatred of Israel defeated at face value ? Are Jews running the entire world to cause the global defeat of the left? Are the Jews socialist or capitalist? My view Gilads own ideas about Jews and Israel have been rejected. But he does not see the forest thru the trees.

    No political party this side of Jupiter is going to acknowledge Gilad and his ideas other then maybe an anarchist. If the Jews, the lobby and the Jewish media are helping to defeat the progressive left the masses will say we are all Jews now, and thank you.

  53. Smith says:

    Corbyn is a coward, and no matter how much a coward claims to be fighting for the truth, justice and all that jazz, coward will lose because nobody trusts a coward.

  54. Wally says:

    “To locate a Labour’s enclave use a magnifying glass”

    [MORE]

    Trump: 2700 counties, Hillary: 400 counties

  55. @Fran Taubman

    ‘…If you are against Arab muslim culture you an Islamaphobe…’

    Fran…

    If I said I was ‘against Jewish culture,’ wouldn’t you say that meant I was anti-semitic?

    If one is ‘against Arab Muslim culture’ one is an Islamophobe. That’s all but the definition of the word.

  56. Wally says:
    @Jim Christian

    said:
    “Our change with Trump is mostly cosmetic, he’s certainly better than Hillary’s drunken fizz on the screen every day. But the rest? I really don’t see a god damned thing different from Obama or any of the rest … ”

    except:

    Leftist Quinnipiac University National poll, 71 Percent of Voters Positive on Economy — Highest Rate in Almost 18 Years:
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/05/23/poll-71-percent-of-voters-positive-on-economy-highest-rate-in-almost-18-years/
    Gallop poll: Confidence in Trump Economy Hits Highest Level Ever:
    https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2019/11/21/confidence-in-trump-economy-hits-highest-level-ever/
    Trump’s 60-point accomplishment list : https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/washington-secrets/media-blackout-trumps-60-point-accomplishment-list-of-american-greatness
    Giving Trump’s accomplishments their due : https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/may/6/giving-trumps-accomplishments-their-due/

    • Replies: @Herald
    , @Jim Christian
  57. Kali says:
    @ben sampson

    I absolutely agree with your analysis of the political system currently screwing us all over, Ben.

    But I’m not so sure humanity itself is finished. Half, maybe.

    There seems to be a kind of evolutionary bifocation happening, as half (all be it a very small “half”) are growing/evolving in consciousness beyond the socio-political-economic paradigm which is set to destroy the other “half” along with itself.

    People are actually changing the way they live, meet their needs and engage with eachother and the world around them in responce to the stupidity of “rulers” and “ruled” bringing the world to the brink of insanity.

    In the meantime you may be interested in what’s happening in Paris right now:

    [
    I watched a video yesterday on a friends device which I asked him to share with me. It seems, as I feared, that content has already been removed.

    It was about 30 mins long and showed a peaceful uprising of hundereds of people. The guy with the camera walked around the city filming.

    There was tear gas and a couple of fireworks going off, but there were no clashes.

    A fat wall of robocops blocked one street. About 15 mins in, a group of firemen arrived to join the protestors, who welcomed them with chants of “the firemen are with us!”

    The firemen approached the wall of cops, placing themselves halfway between the protertors and cops, with their hands raised high in the air. The cops CHARGED forward stopping when they were nose to nose with the firemen, who’d now been joined by the nearby protestors. They, the cops, didn’t attack, but they did send a clear message.
    The youtuber moved on around the city.

    The whole video was hugely inspiring because, despite its size and despite provocation by the cops, the protest remained peaceful. In a situation like that it would be easy to spot Black Block agent pravocatures!

    I have very limited internet here, but will try to find what footage I can to share. – I begged my friends to download and re-upload that video. I’ll find out later if any did.

    In the meantime maybe this website has some uncensored footage (I don’t have the bandwidth to watch).
    https://www.ndtv.com/topic/paris-protest
    ]

    Kali.

  58. The Labour Party lost exclusively due to its position on immigration and Brexit.

    Its economic platform was wildly popular. If they had matched Johnson on immigration and gone full steam ahead on Brexit, the results would’ve been inverted.

    • Replies: @Smith
  59. A carol for these times in Britain:

    We the Board of Deputies are
    Here to choose your Prime Minister
    Zionism, cultural Marxism
    Following yonder star

    O, Star of David, star of night
    Set the Middle East alight
    Corbyn’s leaving
    Get Dominic Grieve in
    Boris is too far right

  60. Smith says:
    @Eric Striker

    Economic matters jackshit. Demographics is the only thing that matters and Boris winning, flawed as he might be, is a big moral boost for whites since Labour is the tranny globohomo party.

  61. opendemocracy.net : ” Five reasons why we don’t have a free and independent press in the UK…Britain’s press is owned by the same networks of people who run everything else …The billionaires that own the press set the agenda …” and their agenda was to elect Boris Johnson and defeat the Democratic Socialist who threatened their wealth and power .

  62. Smith says:

    Also, Blue Labour is forming, which market itself as economically “radical” while being culturally conservative i.e. what we need all along:
    http://www.bluelabour.org/

    It’s funny to see Corbynites excuse Blue Labour being racist/transphobic/whatever, they never ever learn.

  63. Herald says:
    @Wally

    You stick with the dodgy sources you cite, if it does the trick for you. Regrettably, most of us still have to carry on living in the real world.

    • LOL: Fran Taubman
    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    , @Wally
  64. augusto says:

    The author s views seem pretty and vengefully personal.
    It s possible to see the saliva dropping down from his mouth. And seems vindicated.
    Yes, he had left it for his circumcized fellas to do the job.
    Forgets that this hard capitalism will devour itself- as predicted one century ago. It s only much nearer in time and faster in pace. And it won t require a thatcher again.

  65. Insoumis says:

    In France, the leftist leader Melenchon said that he will “not be influenced by lobbies whatever they are, financial or communitarian” and particuliarly the CRIF (jewish council), and that Corbyn “Instead of fighting back, he spent his time apologizing and pawning” . Therefore, he was accused to be a vichyst, complotist and antisemitic by the CRIF, the government and the medias. But Melenchon responded that that it is “insinuation to beg for community support”.

    • Replies: @Oscar Peterson
  66. @Insoumis

    “In August 2014, Mélenchon said in Grenoble: “We’ve had enough of CRIF”, the Representative Council of Jews of France (CRIF) that represents French Jews, asserting “France is the opposite of aggressive communities that lecture to the rest of country.”

    “Aggressive community” is right! This reminds me of when French Jews were running around bullying small French villages and towns into eliminating streets named after Pétain. And of course Dieudonné. What conniving hypocrites nos doux Juifs are.

    “In December 2019, [Mélenchon] criticised UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn for apologising for antisemitism in his party, saying Corbyn ‘had to endure, unaided, churlish anti-Semitism claims from England’s chief rabbi and various influence networks linked to Likud. Instead of riposting, he spent his time apologising and making pledges.’”

    I like the sound of that. Not sure about the anti-German attitude though.

    What about LICRA? Is that a Jew front group like the SPLC in the US?

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  67. @Fran Taubman

    ‘… If the Jews, the lobby and the Jewish media are helping to defeat the progressive left the masses will say we are all Jews now, and thank you.’

    Franland…it’s an amazing place.

    Far from defeating ‘the progressive left,’ Jews and the Jewish media practically are the progressive left. Look up all those quoted in outrage by Steve Sailer et al. Almost monotonously, they’re either Jews or their minority pets.

    Seventeen of the top twenty donors to Hillary Clinton’s reelection campaign were Jews. What do you want?

  68. @Oscar Peterson

    ‘… “Aggressive community” is right! This reminds me of when French Jews were running around bullying small French villages and towns into eliminating streets named after Pétain. …’

    Poor Petain.

    He kind of got tripped up by history in his dotage, but he was a great man in his day — probably saved France in 1916-17.

    Village streets should be named after him — particularly as he came from peasant stock.

    • Replies: @Oscar Peterson
  69. @Colin Wright

    Personally I agree, but the bottom line for me is that French towns and villages should have been able to keep the Pétain street names or get rid of them based on their own decisions–not the diktat of some unelected, grasping elders of Zion.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
  70. @Colin Wright

    That is a mirage the center left is Jews the extreme left is not.
    I admit it is confusing.

    • Replies: @Smith
    , @Colin Wright
  71. @Colin Wright

    The moderate left is Jewish the extreme left is Jihadist, and virulently anti Jewish.
    Here is a WWJ article to explain it to you.

    Last week’s U.K. general election revealed two political dynamics that the rest of the world should study closely.

    The first is very old: Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad. Jeremy Corbyn and the tightly knit clique of pro-Hezbollah, pro-Maduro doctrinaire Marxists and viscerally anti-Semitic conspiracy fans clustered around him mistakenly thought the British working class was hungry for revolutionary social change. They have received their just reward.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/lessons-from-the-tory-landslide-11576540523?mod=opinion_featst_pos3

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @anon
  72. @Wally

    Fair enough if that’s your numbers, Wally. But the bigger factors to me are the capitulation of Trump to everything Israel. When Trump and Israel conspire together to eliminate the First Amendment, fuck the both of them. Further, I ain’t impressed with economic numbers that completely ignore that 25% of the workforce is out of work all while celebrating an increase in jobs numbers that are just some poor sap taking a third job that will pay 20 hours a week on top of the the two he or she already has each also paying 20 hours a week, with no bennies.

    Such prosperity. Nah, fuck that. Be snowed if you want, hard fact is, Trump betrayed us all. Trump conspired this week to steal the 1st amendment, not to mention says nothing about Virginia’s new mission to squash the 2nd Amendment. Trump is the same Deep State asshole the rest of them are, so is McConnell, who wants to quietly squash the impeachment, giving Democrats lots of ammunition without Biden sitting on the stand to take HIS well-deserved medicine. All this is show, all distraction, all circus.

    Only benefit to me having Trump is, I hate Hillary more. She’s the more irritating Deep State Asshole of the two, as long as I don’t listen to his Carnival Barking, lies and horseshit.

    Love ya, Wally, but them there’s the facts. Your mileage obviously varies.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @Wally
  73. @Herald

    You stick with the dodgy sources you cite, if it does the trick for you.

    Well, Herald, his dodgy sources are spot-on with all the other business press if you can ignore that THEY ignore the 25% of Americans that are actually unemployed. You also must ignore that the ‘new’ jobs are merely folks with two shitty 20 hour gigs taking a third. Jobs and economic numbers from inflation to credit to the stocks, all are horseshit, they’re always lies, always are, always have been. Wally means well, his numbers are pretty, but they’re lies, not that Wally made them up.

    Me, I’m ugly, but I mean well. And my numbers are the fucking truth. But no one reads me.

    • Replies: @Wally
  74. Smith says:
    @Fran Taubman

    The extreme left is jew, just not overly zionist jew which make them favorable somehow.

    They just shill for feminism and trannyism instead, but because they support le palestinian, they are swell.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  75. frankie p says:
    @Fran Taubman

    Fran,

    I tip my hat to your honesty here.

    cranc:

    “Corbyn’s loss was in large part because of the attacks of Jewish organisations, to state otherwise is simply counterfactual. The AS media smear campaign would have gone nowhere without those organisations screaming fake paranoia. Clearly THEY did not want Corbyn anywhere near power.
    The decline of the Left is not to be considered separately from the rise of Jewish supremacism. The value system of Jewish elites is a countercurrent to progressive egalitarian politics everywhere.

    fran:

    “I agree with this assessment.”

    Now a question, just to further the debate: in our desire to support progressive egalitarian politics, what action should we take to combat the value system of Jewish elites?

    Frankie P

    • Disagree: Jim Christian
  76. frankie p says:
    @Fran Taubman

    In her zeal to discredit and marginalize the ideas and thinking of Gilad Atzmon, Fran Taubman is perfectly willing to cheer that which in other circumstances she would decry and attack at blatant antisemitism, whatever that is.

    I am making no judgments or professing agreement or disagreement with any of the following statements. I am merely making factual observations. Maple Curtain characterizes Jews as follows:

    They scream “Me! Me! Me! It’s all about me.!”

    They display Chosenite narcissism as a tribal characteristic.

    The kikes are always squabbling among themselves.

    Fran Taubman’s response:

    “BRAVO!!!!!”

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  77. @Smith

    They just shill for feminism

    Their dissatisfied, oppressed Jewess women with the stifling Jewish mothers invented modern-wave feminism, blamed “The Patriarchy” and the fashion started. What they really chafed from was their own Jewish upbringing, but they infected the women of the goyim. Then they handed White guys the tab and blame for it all. Then they put it on television, Mary Tyler Moore and Rhoda, both of them with their jobs and women’s lib. They knew women would copy TV. Then the idiotic Goyim females copied it. A generation later, every one of the female Goyim was working for (mostly) a Jewish company or the government, effectively halving the wages of labor, in offices anyway. Then they were told they must have en education and must go to college to have a career.

    Look at them now. They pretend and are told that they have a ‘career’, before that an ‘education’ (a degree in some horseshit pursuit from Diploma Mill University). What most of them really have a cubicle, lots of college debt (Jewish Professors make a FORTUNE, someone has to pay it) and the same damned clerk’s job the man they replaced had except at half wages because the force doubled. All of a sudden, with wages depressed, in a generation more everyone was forced to become a two-job family.

    All social coincidence, I’m sure.

  78. @frankie p

    This is the part of the comment I agreed with and I think it is so powerful I overruled the other part I do not agree with.

    The UK chose the values embodied in Israel, and has immediately moved much closer to Israeli politics even in the past couple of days. So although most voters would not raionalise it this way, the vote result IS a reflection of a certain internalisation of Jewish Power.
    I only objected to Gilad’s inference that this was consciously a significant part of the electorate’s calculus on Thursday the 12th. Most people haven’t the faintest clue what this is about in my experience.

    What Cranc has admitted is that the Jew haters lost, and Jewish values won, as well as that most people do not care about the conspiracy theory of the Jews by Gilad and others.

  79. @frankie p

    Now a question, just to further the debate: in our desire to support progressive egalitarian politics, what action should we take to combat the value system of Jewish elites?

    Well, seeing as how Trump just this week signed into Federal Law every new privilege he could to the Jewish Americans, they’re both race AND Religion AND Nationality. With that done he then also signed a prohibition against BDS movements in universities and colleges, the main source of the BDS movement protesting Israeli apartheid against the Palis. Allow BDS on your campus, the slightest activity, they’ll be stopping your Federal funding. Take note 30 or 40 states already had statutes prohibiting any contractors, State employees or educators criticizing Israel for anything. They actually sign pledges. They send our police, locals too, to Israel to learn the tactics of the IDF which they then bring here to use on our citizens. The little adventure with the UPS truck a couple of weeks ago was a perfect example except Miami Dade trains those tactics-in house with IDF contractors.

    So Frankie, given all the heaping helpings of privilege and preference and legal protections offered up to our Massahs just this week, exactly what action would you suggest we take that doesn’t get a bullet put into each and every one of our brains? Best scenario, to me anyway. There are always re-education camps. I’d rather take a bullet.

    • Replies: @Frankie P
  80. @frankie p

    They display Chosenite narcissism as a tribal characteristic.

    I guess this falls under being hoisted on your own petard. The Jewish Chosenite concept is Gilad’s claim to fame for exposing Jewish responsibility for Jew hatred. To Gilad Jews as the chosen people of god, is an inherently racist characteristic that creates deserved Jew hatred and envy.

    What evidence do you have that the English working class: a/ know you exist; b/ know about these kike squabbles; or c/ give a shit?

    This is just hilarious. Gilad has been insufferable in making himself the center of the Labour defeat. He not only predicted it. Labour’s tried to stop his music venues, ousting him and other prominent Labour members. Gilad claims that if Corbyn had stood up to the acusers, (and grown a pair) the outcome of the election would have been different. Yes Corbyn would have won.

    Maple Curtain’s comments speak for themselves. A brilliant summation and of course Gilad had nothing to do with the Labour loss.

    Hope this helps you understand.

  81. Smith says:

    Jews are making this election about muh “anti-semitism” fake and gay when it’s simply Brexit.

    Get Brexit Done.

    In truth, no native brits give a sod about jews, as evidence when Tommy Robinson, now finally overtly a jew shill, tries to make Brexit about jews and gets abandoned for it.

  82. Frankie P says:
    @Jim Christian

    Start putting bullets into their brains, Jim.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  83. @Fran Taubman

    ‘That is a mirage the center left is Jews the extreme left is not.
    I admit it is confusing.’

    If one looks at the makeup of the extreme left over time, that proposition is so indefensible it’s almost amusing.

    One of these days, Fran, you have got to work out that there is a distinction between what you would like to be true, and what is true.

  84. @Jim Christian

    ‘… Only benefit to me having Trump is, I hate Hillary more. She’s the more irritating Deep State Asshole of the two, as long as I don’t listen to his Carnival Barking, lies and horseshit…’

    Hear, hear.

  85. @Fran Taubman

    ‘The first is very old: Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad. Jeremy Corbyn and the tightly knit clique of pro-Hezbollah, pro-Maduro doctrinaire Marxists and viscerally anti-Semitic conspiracy fans clustered around him mistakenly thought the British working class was hungry for revolutionary social change. They have received their just reward.’

    That made me smile. You know, Fran, I just pointed out to you that you need to distinguish between what you would like the truth to be, and what it actually is.

    They’re all anti-semites. That’s why they don’t like Israel. You’ll keep telling yourself that, won’t you?

  86. anon[428] • Disclaimer says:

    ItBernie Sanders is being called anti Semite by morons writing in right leaning magazine .

    Petrified suppoters are arguing that he is Jewish to counter the paid bribed and possibly compromised columnist ‘ s troll .

    This is not the way to fight .
    It’s time to stand up and say — it’s a badge of honor when it comes from intellectual slut like you

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  87. anon[428] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fran Taubman

    Rupert Murdoch has sodomized the British and America without changing the condom .WSJ ‘s job is to advertise this used condom with the brand name of -Anti Semitism .

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  88. anonymous[349] • Disclaimer says:
    @TimeTraveller

    The left might be “dead” but I don’t think it will stay buried for long, and in any case there is an ideological drive that is at odds with the fact people are suffering economically and perhaps there is fear that left-wing politics might gain traction.
    I noticed two news items from Turkey – one, by a well-known journalist, noted that USSR-era songs with translated lyrics are popular in Turkey but he said this is irrelevant and just nostalgia.
    The same day another news item reported suicides by people in Turkey who can no longer afford to buy bread.

  89. @Frankie P

    Start putting bullets into their brains, Jim.

    That’s a funny joke. Hilarious. And with whom does your plan begin? Their weapons are better than mine:

    Actually, that was once one of MINE. Except I used to fix it in all sorts of ways, large and small. Frankly, I pretty much worked for them my whole life one way or the other. Just didn’t know it until somewhat recently. Hence, my pissed off attitude. Didn’t expect them to steal our Amendments one after the other, to further the cause.

    My Bad! Way.

    • Replies: @frankie p
  90. @anon

    No one in the US is calling Bernie Sanders an anti Semite.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  91. Wally says:
    @Herald

    – Hey dumb ass, the links refer to sources of the studies / polls cited, the links are not the sources.

    – You also failed to refute the content, because you cannot.

    – Your “real world” is one in which Hillary lost and you just can’t handle it.

    Ah.

  92. Wally says:
    @Jim Christian

    Good try, except the sources for the numbers are the same ones that Obama used and no one complained.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  93. Wally says:
    @Jim Christian

    I agree, “that shitty little country” & foreign policy to benefit that stain on the map is Trump’s biggest failing.

    Fact: No one running would be any different.

    – As for the economic numbers, well, the sources are the same as Obama’s when not many said a word.

    – Sometime you have to take what you can get.

    Regards.

    Here’s How Trump Is Using Impeachment To His Political Advantage: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/heres-how-trump-using-impeachment-his-political-advantage

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  94. @anon

    Wow I hope Murdoch changes his condom when he sodomizes the Eastern Europeans who are solidly behind Israel, hating the EU and western left leaning Jew conspiracy theories, like the Jews control the media.
    The truth is the truth. If you don’t like the messenger you call him a Jew and the news is coming from a Jew controlled media.

    Israel is not an apartheid, colonial, racist, supremacist state, performing genocide on the Palestinians. It is propaganda from Muslim media.
    Israel has a right to exist, and be criticized in normal terms, like other nations.

    Those delegitimizing Israels’s right to exist as the nation state for the Jewish people are Jew haters,
    no matter who delivers that news to you. And many non Jews do not need to be sodomized to believe that.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  95. @Wally

    Those are the numbers used by anyone and everyone. When you stop counting entire classes of people as soon as their unemployment bennies run out and you start counting shitty gig jobs, the numbers are far worse than anyone knows in every direction.

  96. @Wally

    You’re quoting Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge for backup? Well, like you said, take what you can get.

  97. frankie p says:
    @Jim Christian

    Let’s think about a hypothetical situation. I am not planning or supporting such a scenario, but I do recognize the inherent justice in a situation like the one I’m about to describe.

    Jim: “And with whom does your plan begin?”

    Well, Jim, it certainly wouldn’t begin with some 80-year-old Jews hanging out in a synagogue in Pittsburgh. The actions like that attack are the worst thing for the cause, carried out by unhinged, unprepared wackos who have seen and sensed the source of many of the ills in the US, but they then attribute it to the ethnic group as a whole, search out a soft target, and let loose.

    In the hypothetical just scenario, the targets would include a list of people like the one I just saw on Andrew Joyce’s article on Vulture Capitalism. A list like this:

    Elliot Management — Paul Singer, Zion Shohet, Jesse Cohn, Stephen Taub, Elliot Greenberg and Richard Zabel
    Cerberus — Stephen Feinberg, Lee Millstein, Jeffrey Lomasky, Seth Plattus, Joshua Weintraub, Daniel Wolf, David Teitelbaum
    FG Hemisphere — Peter Grossman
    Autonomy Capital — Derek Goodman
    Baupost Group — Seth Klarman, Jordan Baruch, Isaac Auerbach
    Canyon Capital Advisors — Joshua Friedman, Mitchell Julis
    Monarch Alternative Capital — Andrew Herenstein, Michael Weinstock
    GoldenTree Asset Management — Steven Tananbaum, Steven Shapiro
    Aurelius Capital Management — Mark Brodsky, Samuel Rubin, Eleazer Klein, Jason Kaplan
    OakTree Capital — Howard Marks, Bruce Karsh, Jay Wintrob, John Frank, Sheldon Stone
    Fundamental Advisors — Laurence Gottlieb, Jonathan Stern
    Tilden Park Investment Master Fund LP — Josh Birnbaum, Sam Alcoff

    Do you think that you are the only pissed off veteran in the US? There are countless others who see what is happening, and they feel as impotent as you do when they see the dismantling of a country, of a culture, of a people, of values, that has taken place in the US. Don’t speak about the source of the dismantling though. You might get called “antisemitic”. I guess the just scenario that I posited about will never come about though. Guns aren’t allowed in New York City.

    Have a great Christmas, Jim. Best to you and yours.

    Frankie P

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  98. @frankie p

    Well, you’ve obviously thought out a lot of targets. I’m not putting out rounds toward anyone not coming through my own door and if it’s cops, I’m definitely holding my fire. Yours is a hit list. I’m not interested in going out and killing financial moguls. Others will simply replace them in your scenario. My tangible solution is political. If the general population was allowed to understand the depravities of the elites in this country and what drives it all, it would be quite enough to reign them in. The mindset of what constitutes protest in this country is what need a change, not a wholesale bloodletting. If the middle ever does not hold, the lights go out, social order fails, those folks will be dealt with like all the elites of history, people with pitchforks will come a-calling.

    Easy, Frankie, easy now. Hypothetically.

  99. @Kali

    Don’t get your hopes up about direct democracy. With communities in collapse n most families shattered, people’s opinions are now shaped 100% by mass media. HollyNews brainwashes them that pressing button A is ‘the moral thing to do’, n since they can no longer think critically, they press button A. Due to mass media, Democracy has become a complete fraud n should be tossed into the dustbin of history asap.

  100. Parfois1 says:
    @ben sampson

    Politics as we play it..political parties and so on is a contradictory reality that can and will never never yield the ‘good’ society humanity says it wants. just watch

    For a long time I have advocated the same idea: political parties are the bane of the societies they parasitize. Instead of being the fulcrum of democracy, they corrupt it. Paraphrasing Plato, anyone who enters politics has a vested interest and should not be admissible for public office.

    Also for a long time, I have been promoting the idea of, not only banning political parties altogether, a system of governance through “sortition” whereby every citizen is a candidate for all public duties by random selection similar to the jury call-up. In fact, Athens’ early direct “democracy” (only male citizens were voters and candidates) used the same principle. It was not perfect of course (the elites managed to circumvent the strict laws anyway, although the penalties were severe, even death) but it was the closest organised society came to a fair democratic experiment. As an aside, direct democracy was the norm in many tribal societies before the concept of “state” emerged.

    It will not happen though until a massive popular rising destroys the existing politico-economic order, itself very improbable considering the immense power of the modern state. The feasible alternative is to go through the slow process of stages proposed by Marx: Socialism-Communism-End of State.

  101. How is it possible that Corbyn, clearly a well meaning man, managed to get squashed by the pompous, not so nice, Boris Johnson?

    Boris Johnson: let Rohingya return home when conditions are right
    UK foreign secretary visits refugee camp and calls for oversight of repatriation

    Vs.

    JEREMY CORBYN last night praised Angela Merkel for throwing open Europe’s borders to over a million refugees – and insisted Britain should take more of them.

    But then again…free broadband. Such hard choices.

  102. @Fran Taubman

    ‘No one in the US is calling Bernie Sanders an anti Semite.’

    …only because it would be ridiculous to do so. If he weren’t Jewish, he’d be dead meat.

  103. @Anon

    If Labour had got in, people like me would be arrested at dawn for speaking out on mass child rape FFS.

    Only reason the Tories haven’t nicked you yet is because they’re slow on spending on more thought police, but give them time.

  104. @Fran Taubman

    ‘Wow I hope Murdoch changes his condom when he sodomizes the Eastern Europeans who are solidly behind Israel…’

    Now, Fran. Nice girls definitely don’t talk like that. Even nice Jewish girls…

  105. Wally says:
    @Fran Taubman

    said:
    “People identify with Israel. It just is a fact”

    – Only because they have been lied to about Jews and “that shitty little country”.

    And the biggest lie of them all, the fake & utterly impossible “holocaust” narrative.

    – Without the 24/7/365 propaganda, opinions of so called ‘Israel’ would be rather different. In fact, without that Big Lie it’s doubtful that ‘Israel’ would even exist.

    If Israeli propaganda were true, there would be no need to quash or intimidate critics. The very act of trying to silence opposition is a kind of confession in itself.

    – Joseph Sobran

    recommended:
    The Holocaust: The New Founding Myth of American Society, By Richard A. Widmann: https://codoh.com/library/document/90/?lang=en
    Did the ‘Holocaust’ Cause Israel, or…, By Jett Rucker : https://codoh.com/library/document/3940/?lang=en
    Historians Expose Myths of Israel’s Birth, By Rachelle Marshall : https://codoh.com/library/document/2720/?lang=en
    A Case Study of Holocaust Revisionism and the Mass Media, By Paul Grubach : https://codoh.com/library/document/1486/?lang=en
    The Holocaust as an Ideological Danger : https://codoh.com/library/document/157/?lang=en
    more: https://codoh.com/search/?sorting=relevance&q=founding+myths

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