Contrary to what they profess, the soul of a racist supremacist jew (think Elor Azaria, Joe Lieberman, Miliekowsky) is the least advanced and basest of all souls. Sadly, they so very much identify with their physical bodies and when they die, they will find it extremely difficult advancing to a higher level and may actually need to live a thousand lifetimes of pain and misery just to satisfy karmic justice they've incurred in this lifetime.
Friday, August 10, 2018
Corbyn Interview Emerges in Which He Accuses Israel of Pressuring BBC (VIDEO)
Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s Labour Party, has repeatedly been accused of not doing enough to tackle anti-Semitism in his party’s ranks and is under mounting pressure for Jewish groups.
Footage has surfaced on social media, in which Jeremy Corbyn accuses the BBC of being biased towards Israel’s right to exist, as a result of “undue pressure” by Tel Aviv on senior the broadcaster's executives and journalists.
Remember that time @JeremyCorbyn appeared on PressTV and said that the Israeli government and Israeli embassy are “very assertive towards all journalists and the BBC” and as proof of this said “there is a bias towards saying . . . Israel has a right to exist”. No? Here you go... pic.twitter.com/9Jy8l1VKHT
“There’s pressure on the BBC from, probably, [then-BBC director general] Mark Thompson, who seems to me to have an agenda in this respect. There seems to be a great deal of pressure on the BBC from the Israeli government, from the Israeli embassy, and they are very assertive towards all journalists and toward the BBC itself,” Corbyn said in the resurfaced interview.
In response to mounting concerns over the party’s alleged tolerance of anti-Semitism, Labour’s National Executive Committee (NEC) published a new, stricter code last month. However, Jewish groups were quick to warn that the code didn’t go far enough, as its definition was laxer than the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's (IHRA).
Critics have insisted that Corbyn violated the Labour Party’s guidelines on anti-Semitism in the interview, as some interpreted his comments as questioning Israel’s right to exist.
Reacting to Jennifer Gerber, head of the Labour Friends of Israel group, described Corbyn’s remarks as “deplorable” and accused him of using Iranian state media to spread “wild conspiracy theories” about Israel.