Jeremy Corbyn the New Face of British Politics

For year now members of Parliament in the United Kingdom along with support of the British public have been going to the left of politics after the premiership of Margret Thatcher.

Jeremy Corbyn is the new face of what the political society in the United Kingdom will be and what the future of relations with Israel will be like in the near future.

During the late 1990s and early 2000s George Galloway was the figure head of the British Anti-Israel movement and was well-known for meeting Saddam Hussain and apologized to the dictator for the eventual invasion of the country in the First Gulf War.

Galloway openly supported terrorist organizations like Hamas, made a ban on Israelis visiting his voting district, refuses to even have debates or speak with Israelis even walking out on a speaking event when one of the students who asked him a question said he was a dual British-Israeli national.

Galloway was a popular member of Parliament, but he never was the head of a major political party like Mr. Corbyn is to the Labor Party today.

Corbyn has been in politics since 1983 and was even under investigation by MI-5 for the suspicion of being a possible subversive for his support of the Irish Republican Army and invited arch-terrorist Gerry Adams to Westminster after a fatal IRA bombing killed 5 members of the conservative party.

Corbyn’s opinion against Israel have been one equivalent to Apartheid South Africa. He has constantly been supporting a boycott, divestment and sanctions of the Jewish state; Corbyn even made several accusations since Operation Protective Edge comparing Israel to both Nazis and the Islamic State.

Anti-Semitism in the United Kingdom has risen to such an extent that many British Jews like French Jews are beginning to rethink about their future in the UK.

According to the website antisemitism.uk there are 1 in 3 Jews who consider migrating to another country because of the rise in anti-Semitism and 39% of British Jews try to conceal their religious identity in public.

Rise in Anti-Israel sentiments among the public have caused a rise in attacks against Jewish citizens that there have been constant attacks against Jews that many are starting to accuse Jeremy Corbyn and the Labor Party of anti-Semitism.

Last Passover, in order to subdue fears of anti-Semitism, Corbyn attended a Passover meal with left wing liberal Jews whose whole Seder revolved around the suffering of Palestinians which not exactly connect with the majority of Jews whose Passover Seder is about the Exodus from Egypt instead of  the suffering of Palestinians at the hands of “Israeli Apartheid.”

Corbyn has a long history of supporting terrorism against Israel and his own country, with the ever increasing left wing sympathizers in the UK continually pushing socialist policies and an anti-Israel agenda. He recently laid wreaths at the tombstones of the terrorists who committed the 1972 Olympic Massacre in Munich where Israeli athletes were murdered by these psychopathic terrorists.

President Trump’s visit had literally hundreds of thousands of protesters with a giant baby Trump balloon in London, there was a video of British Jews saying Kaddish for dead terrorists in Gaza and the BBC constantly has biased programming against Israel like the television series MI-5 were Israelis were constantly portrayed as thugs.

Jeremy Corbyn is only the beginning of a radical shift of the Labor Party to the far left where Israel will become the target of heinous delegitimization campaigns accusing it of being a white supremist state and British Jews will bear the blunt of violence from an angry British public and will have no other choice but to leave the country of their birth to Israel like French Jews are currently doing.

 

About the Author
Shlomo was born in Florida and moved to Israel in 2012, he holds a degree from Florida Atlantic University in Political Science, served in the IDF as a combat soldier in the Netzach Yehuda battalion and is a current reservist in the Golani Brigade.
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