Labour leadership contest
It has become clear over the past weeks that the stand-out preference, for the Jewish lobby at least, is Jess Phillips. Now she has “suspended” an “aide” because said aide (Muslim, judging by the name) tweeted anti-Israel comments before she was in Phillips’ employ.
It is thus also clear that Jess Phillips is willing to do anything to gain and retain the support of the Jewish/Zionist lobby.
The above Jewish Chronicle report is interesting also because the suspended “aide” is in fact Jess Phillips’ Constituency Office Manager. Now Jess Phillips is somewhere near the top of the list of MPs in terms of claiming expenses. She claims at least 50% more than most and double or even triple what some MPs claim. Within those expenses, she also “employed” her own husband as “Constituency Support Manager” from her election in 2015 until February 2019. In effect, she seems to have employed him as “House Husband”. We are not talking peanuts here. Something like £50,000 a year. No-one can say that Jess Phillips has not made the most of having blagged her way into becoming a MP.
I have myself blogged about Jess Phillips in the quite recent past:
I suppose that Jess Phillips decided that it would be an easy hit for her opponents if she continued to “employ” her husband (something against Parliamentary rules for new MPs elected in or after 2017; but she was elected in 2015). That would seem to lead to the conclusion that she has had her eyes on Corbyn’s purple for a year at least.
I conclude also that the Zionist/Jewish/Israel lobby has decided to go for the candidate most willing to show herself or himself publicly as a complete doormat for Zionist and Israeli interests. Jess Phillips seems to fit. She is also very interested in money, as her expenses claims and other activities have proven.
Further, it seems that loyalty, for me personally a very high psychological value (after all, Meine Ehre heisst Treue…) means little to Jess Phillips. Her constituency office manager had worked for her for some time without a problem, and the tweets were all posted in the period 2014-2016, prior to that employment.
To gain the approval of the Jewish/Zionist lobby, Jess Phillips has thrown her employee (and in view of the intimacy of working relations between an MP and any constituency office manager, perhaps a friend) “under a bus”, in the oft-seen phrase.
The Zionist lobby has now laid down its arrogant “demands” to Labour: sign up to a document via which we shall control the Labour Party, its MPs, officers, members and supporters, or we shall destroy you.
Few Jews (<5%) vote Labour now anyway. The whole “community” numbers only 250,000-300,000 (though the statistics really need to be brought up to date and properly collated), so 5% of 250,000-300,000 = ~14,000 voters. What right have they to prioritize their own tribal interest(s)?
What makes “their” demands even more bizarre is that it was partly, indeed largely, because of the relentless attacks on Labour and Corbyn by Jewish Zionists in the Press, on radio, on TV and on social media that Labour lost the recent general election and lost it fairly badly (though in fact Labour still got 32.2% of the popular vote, as against 40% for the Conservative Party).
You can add to the above, the way in which “Labour” MPs (controlled or bribed or influenced by “the lobby”) attacked their own leader and Labour even during the election campaign itself!
I am not Labour, have never even voted for Labour, but if I were Labour, I would be disgusted at the antics of MPs such as Jess Phillips.
I have to admit, though, that she is cunning. Employment law was not something I specialized in when I was a practising barrister, so I hesitate to pronounce upon it now, but by suspending her constituency office manager rather than sacking her outright (or not doing anything), Jess Phillips can now say “I cannot comment because a disciplinary process is under way”…
Only complete subservience will now be acceptable to “the lobby”. Even Emily Thornberry, very pro-Jew, fairly pro-Israel and with a half-Jew husband (a High Court judge) is now unacceptable to “the lobby”!
[above, Emily Thornberry with her husband —at right— and the Israeli Ambassador, Mark Regev, at a Zionist banquet in London]
I think that I can see why “the lobby” is going with Jess Phillips. Not because she is part-Jew (though I suspect that she may be; however, I have so far found no direct evidence), but because she is willing to do anything to progress her political career, has no loyalty to anyone or anything (inc. the Labour Party, which she has called “just a f***ing rose”, after its symbol); because, also, she has no ideology or political principle and is not really a person of any education or culture. Malleable, biddable…
Greek Cyprus: the recent rape of an English girl by a feral pack of Israeli youths
What interests me is the entirely typical way in which (see below) the Jews’ lawyers conspired to blacken the name and/or reputation of the girl. It’s the sort of “pile-on” and conspiracy that we have seen happen in the political sphere too, not least in the UK. It happens when anyone has the courage and/or principle to stand up against “ZOG” or “the lobby”. Alison Chabloz has been but one such politically-hit victim.
I do have reservations about the conduct of the victim prior to the rape, but it would not be right for me to comment further, after her suffering at the hands of the Israeli rapists, suffering made worse by the typically-craven behaviour of the Greek Cypriot authorities.
I myself have been to Cyprus (once, in early 1999), but only to the Turkish-occupied Northern side. Back then, the border between the two sides was closed and relatively few British people went to the Northern side; before the 1974 invasion, though, there was a fairly large British expat community, part of which had been there since the days of British rule: see The Bitter Lemons of Cyprus, usually seen as Bitter Lemons, by Lawrence Durrell.
I do not have much time for the “alt-Right” wastes of space, such as “Sargon of Akkad” (Carl Benjamin; he is one of the better ones, I suppose), but credit where due. Here [below] he defends freedom of expression and mentions the Alison Chabloz case:
Iran and USA
A little history…
Dog and human reunited
For once, a nice story (though with serious aspects):
More about Dominic Cummings and Boris-idiot
I have blogged several times about Dominic Cummings, the latest “lunatic in residence” at 10 Downing Street.
Now his “plan” to recruit “weirdos and misfits” to rule the UK, at the same time making established civil servants sit regular exams, has been heavily criticized:
The dissonance is surely obvious to everyone except Cummings: he says that he wants to recruit people unfraid of rocking the boat, yet his plan to take away job security from the civil service (one of the reasons many join in the first place) is likely to make people afraid to rock the boat, or to say or do anything that a superior might think odd or wrong.
I should think that the resentment caused by the proposed Cummings “reforms” might lead to sabotage and even treachery. The Kremlin must be rubbing its hands…Oh, no…wait…
Actually, the present eminence of Cummings (and his boss, Boris-idiot) is symptomatic of the UK these days. Boris-idiot, who has messed up every job he ever had, now “advised” by a man whose only known attempt at creating something was an airline that folded after a single flight! Now that same man is yapping about how many at or near the top of government are incompetents unfit to rule or lead or even be employed. Hello? Hello?
Harry and MM
I disagree with Katie Hopkins on much, but not this (except that I have no wish at all to have the old Prince Harry, or any Prince Harry, or any prince, back again…)!
As far as I am concerned, I can do entirely without Harry and without the Royal Mulatta.
Had to laugh at Bette Midler castigating Piers Morgan (not that I like him much) for attacking Harry and MM. She said that he should be ashamed, because they are “half” Morgan’s age! Hardly. MM is 38, and will be 39 this year; Harry is now 35. Piers Morgan is 54.