This dossier MUST be published

April 12, 2020

by Martin Odoni

EDIT 13th APRIL: It now has been published.

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I am just going to leave these details here, and let readers figure it out for themselves.

NOTE: This dossier does not necessarily disprove the long-running ‘anti-Semitism’ allegations against the Labour Party. Indeed, given the report was doubtlessly written using the hopelessly-flawed IHRA definition of ‘anti-Semitism’ as a guideline – one that conflates anti-Semitism with anti-Zionism – even applying it retro-actively to the time before it was accepted on any (relatively) wide scale, it will probably conclude that thousands of examples submitted as evidence are valid cases when they are not.

Nonetheless, it appears that it will prove that the right wing of the Labour Party conspired and operated behind the scenes to undermine Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, and sabotaged the party’s chances of winning the General Elections of 2017 and 2019. In so doing, they not only smeared many of their fellow party members, but also corrupted the United Kingdom’s electoral processes. It proves once and for all that the right wing of the Labour Party would prefer the Tories in power to the left forming a Government. Iain McNicol and Tom Watson must be called to account.

THE WITHHELD DOSSIER MUST BE PUBLISHED IN FULL.

7 Responses to “This dossier MUST be published”

  1. Matthew Wade Says:

    Too right, it’s unravelling for them even as they once more grasp the reins of impotent power in eternal opposition.

  2. hilary772013 Says:

    Reblogged this on hilary77blog and commented:
    THE DOSSIER HAS TO BE PUBLISHED IN FULL.

  3. Lynn Dye Says:

    Just wondering, Martin, do you think we could get this to trend if we add a hash tag? It really needs to get out there!

    • Martin Odoni Says:

      I’ve just used #dossier so far. But it looks like Novara Media have been leaked the full report, and their tweeting excerpts of it on Twitter. It really does look exceptionally damning for the likes of Iain McNicol and his staffers.


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