The BLP’s anti-semitism problem…

The Cedar Lounge Revolution

Thinking about the issue of anti-semitism in the BLP. In some ways it seems to me to be overstated, and I’ve some sympathy for just why the party would be a bit hesitant about some aspects of the definition of anti-semitism that it is adopting (there seem to me to be political issues relating to criticism of the political complexion of governments of Israel or their policies that are quite distinct from arguing that Israel has not right to exist, that latter being a line I would be adamantly opposed to). And an interesting reminder that when Ed Miliband was attacked by the Daily Mail by proxy though his father’s reputation – and in terms that some thought had the appearance of toying with anti-semitism (‘betraying Britain’ etc) it was one J. Corbyn who came immediately to the defence of Miliband when others remained remarkably quiet.

But then I read…

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