Why, as an avowed Corbynista, I will consider *not* voting Labour on June 8

May 8, 2017

More on the largely-fictitious ‘Anti-Semtism In Labour’ controversy.

(More on this at https://thegreatcritique.wordpress.com/2017/05/07/the-paradox-of-zionism/.)

Road To Somewhere Else

By Daniel Margrain

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On May 4, 2017, the free weekly newspaper, Barnet Press, reported on the announcement of the three Labour candidates who are to contest the seats in my area at the forthcoming General Election.

The candidate standing for the Finchley and Golders Green constituency is Jeremy Newmark, who the paper describes as a “former chief executive of the Jewish Leadership Council” and “former spokesman for Jonathan Sacks, who was Chief Rabbi from 1991 to 2013.”

Currently, Newmark chairs the Labour party-affiliated, Jewish Labour Movement (JLM). The JLM is also affiliated to the Israeli Labor Party and the World Zionist Organization. According to the UN, the latter pumps millions into building in the occupied West Bank through its settlement division.

In my view, Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader is the best thing to have happened to the party and, potentially, to the people of the country, in decades. But I’m…

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