February 28, 2019
Labour needs to simply man-up and take down these kikes once and for all – with the only weapon thus far known to be able to deal with them.
Instead, the cowards are shrinking back, as Jews march forward and step all over their pathetic faces.
Labour has suspended MP Chris Williamson over remarks about the party’s handling of anti-Semitism.
The Derby North MP said Labour had “given too much ground” in the face of criticism over the issue, but later said he “deeply regrets” the remarks.
A number of Labour MPs had called for his suspension and the parliamentary party said he was no longer welcome at their meetings.
A Labour spokesman confirmed he has now been suspended “pending investigation”.
Mr Williamson told the BBC that he was “absolutely determined” to clear his name, and that he did not want anyone to think he was “minimising the cancer of anti-Semitism”.
The row erupted after footage was published by the Yorkshire Post, showing Mr Williamson, who is a close ally of Jeremy Corbyn, telling activists Labour had been “too apologetic” over anti-Semitism and was being “demonised as a racist, bigoted party”.
It also came just a week after nine Labour MPs quit the party, citing anti-Semitism as one of the main reasons for the move.
WATCH: Chris Williamson tells a Sheffield Momentum meeting that Labour has been "too apologetic" about anti-Semitism… pic.twitter.com/zxtKdHQPvw
— Liz Bates (@wizbates) February 26, 2019
At a meeting earlier on Wednesday, at which Mr Corbyn and the party’s general secretary Jennie Formby were not present, the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) agreed the Mr Williamson should be suspended immediately.
Labour had put the MP under “formal notice of investigation” over a “pattern of behaviour” relating to the long-running row over anti-Semitism, but a decision was later taken by Ms Formby to suspend him.
Mr Williamson is reported to have held a meeting with aides of Mr Corbyn’s shortly before Prime Minister’s Questions began at midday.
Minutes later, he issued a statement on Twitter apologising, saying he never meant to downplay the “pernicious and cancerous” nature of anti-Semitism.
But senior figures called for Labour to go further and take disciplinary action, with ex-leader Ed Miliband describing the row as “a test” for the party.
Ed Miliband is a filthy Jew terrorist.
A personal message and sincere apology from me regarding my recent remarks on anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. pic.twitter.com/2qaNCOVqGk
— Chris Williamson MP #GTTO (@DerbyChrisW) February 27, 2019
This is the thing: you should never apologize, because apologizing only makes you look weak and does nothing to stop or slow your destruction.
Just exactly how powerful are Jews that if you say something about them being too powerful you are immediately destroyed?
Also, are they not proving the point of anti-Semites when they use their overwhelming power to destroy anyone who claims that they’re powerful?