Those unfamiliar with my views and work should note that I myself am not, neither have I ever been, a Labour Party member, supporter or voter.
We have seen the relentless attacks on present Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn ever since he was, as if by a miracle, elected and then re-elected. Those attacks have recently intensified to fever pitch, with clips of remarks by Corbyn given wall-to-wall publicity in the Jewish press (both the Jewish community press and the mainstream media or “msm”); The demand now comes that Labour must adopt the so-called “international definition” of “anti-Semitism”, which was drafted by Zionists and which has in fact been “adopted” by only about 30 states in the world (out of the nearly 200 that exist).
There are signs that the Labour Party apparat is going to cave in on the “IHRA” “definition”.
In a sense, this surrender will have limited effect, in that it will be used mostly to control and expel rank and file Labour Party members, who will then become, or become more, “anti-Semitic”…The bigger picture is that any partial cave-in on principle by Labour would make the field of possibility for social nationalism more fruitful. Just as many socialists and communists in Weimar Germany became convinced National Socialists, so those either expelled or let down by Labour might become the most convinced followers of social nationalism; at least the European-race “white” ones. As Jack London said, “I am a socialist, but a white man first.”
I have no doubt that, should Labour adopt this “definition” (which effectively means that “anti-Semitism” –which is, a priori, thought “bad”– consists of whatever Zionist Jews say that it does…) the Jewish-Zionist cabal on Twitter etc will crow, but also that the overall political effect will be close to zero.
One cannot put new wine into old bottles. The old parties of the System are losing credibility fast. The same is true of their leaders: a recent opinion poll on their popularity (actually, unpopularity!) asked would Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn be best Prime Minister, but the result was interesting– Theresa May about 35%, Corbyn only 25%, but “don’t know” nearly 40%!
A new party might not achieve immediate success now, but when the right situation develops, it could take off like a wildfire— and the System parties will be unable to control it. The Zionists will be swept aside by a wave of popular support for the new party, and a new era will begin.