A VOTE for Labour is a vote for racism.
Each one tells Jews: “We don’t care that you’re terrified of Corbyn’s anti-Semitic thugs taking power. Go ahead and leave.”
How has Britain sunk so low? With an institutionally racist party, infested from top to bottom, in sight of Downing Street?
With the chief rabbi saying the official Opposition has been poisoned, that Corbyn is “unfit for high office”, that the “very soul of our nation is at stake”? When the Archbishop of Canterbury warns of the “fear” Jews have of Labour?
Corbyn couldn’t care less. Yesterday he defiantly defended his party, without remorse and alongside two known anti-Semites, as his online trolls smeared the rabbi as a Tory stooge or Mossad agent.
These same lefties insist any “hate crime” is real if the victim perceives it so. That clearly doesn’t count when they are the perpetrators and the victims are Jewish. For them, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis is not to be believed, he is to be vilified.
These jackals would once have disgraced Labour. It is a cesspit now, beyond disgrace.
Its leader’s anti-Semitism is indisputable: His Jew-hating terrorist “friends”. The racist mural he admired. Jewish MPs forced out. MPs and activists suspended. The ongoing Equality and Human Rights Commission probe. Ten election candidates now up to their necks in it.
“Moderate” MPs like Jess Phillips, Wes Streeting and Yvette Cooper noisily abhor it. But we know these moral bankrupts will clink champagne flutes if their racist-in-chief gets into No10.
What of the SNP and Lib Dems, who look sure to prop Labour up if need be? Imagine those “progressives” empowering a racist Government as Jews flee.
Their shame, and Britain’s, will be total.
It’s not fare
WHO speaks for 45,000 mainly immigrant Uber drivers about to be fired thanks to London Mayor Sadiq Khan? They made a decent life here, working for the taxi app.
The Sun has great respect for the drivers of black cabs — but for Londoners on a budget, Uber is quick and cheap.
Khan’s Transport for London has thin grounds for pulling the plug. And millennials still smitten by the hard-Left can now see where that dogma leads: the crushing of enterprise and convenience.
Just imagine Labour’s rage if a Tory Mayor threw so many migrants on the dole.
DERANGED ex-Tory Michael Heseltine backs the Lib Dems, fearing a “year of uncertainty” if we leave the EU.
He plainly prefers the certain horror of a hung parliament, Corbyn coalition and second referendum.
Hezza should give up his flimsy justifications and issue this statement:
“I will never get over Remain’s defeat — and intend to behave like a spoilt toddler for ever.”
At least it would be honest.
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