Race-Hate With Cloggs On

 

 

3 April 2018  Daily Question 

 

Who is it that is wilfully stirring race-hate for political advantage and to undermine Jeremy Corbyn?

#BBCbias

#DailyPolitics

#TheLieDetector

 

We now know that perceived anti-Semitism in the Labour Party has declined dramatically since Jeremy Corbyn became leader of the Labour Party.

 

The evidence for  this inconvenient truth is provided by Campaign Against anti-Semitism (CAA), who commissioned a report by YouGov, the polling company most favoured by Tories and  if not perhaps connected to them more cosily than that I suggest.

 

I don't judge YouGov too harshly because they have a commendable record of predicting outcomes.


You wont hear this narrative from Tony Blair because it was under him and Ed Miliband, that things were worse than under Corbyn (This writer has no problem with Ed Millaband who is equipped to speak for himself).

 

Nevertheless Tony Blair directed a charge of anti-Semitism against Jeremy Corbyn that was self serving and unjustified.

 

 

By Monkles

3 April 2018

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3 April 2018  Daily Question 

 

Who else is it that is wilfully stirring race-hate for Political advantage?

#BBCbias

#DailyPolitics

#TheLieDetector

 

You wont hear this narrative from the BBC because the BBC have nailed their corporate opinion to the mast with no more subtlety than Fox TV taking an anti Corbyn Line with clogs on.


Andrew Neil chose to demonstrate his high moral standing on the subject as if he were chosen to have the last word on the matter.

 

With pomp and anti-Corbyn intended circumstances Andrew Neil argued an equivalence between the murder of the French policeman by an Islamic terrorist, with the alleged anti-Semitism of Corbyn's Labour.

 

The skilful correlation of these two events was intended to mislead and when Wiggie had a tan enhancement in the Caribbean on his mind he had no time  for a fact-check before his Easter break departure.

 

If anybody has been fooled by the  BBC misrepresentation of these events they should refer the matter to the Electoral Commission because the opinions the BBC  express are certainly intended to coincide, to affect and undermine the prospects of Labour in the May elections.

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