An excellent summation of the Zionist led plot to undermine Jeremy Corbyn and the potentially huge problem for Zioland if a Labour Leader who is openly sympathetic to the Palestinians and openly critical of Zioland`s war crimes is elected as PM. I think it is worth bearing in mind that in the midst of this farce as far as I am aware none of the Jewish bodies such the Board of Deputies or the MSM outlets which they patently control have taken the logical step of investigating whether A/S is present and to what degree it is present in the other mainstream political parties. It is as if the other parties don`t exist. In the midst of it all there is the impression IMHO that the Zios and their collaborators are on a frantic roller coaster roll and have no idea how to put the brakes on. It has gone way past the point of serving their agenda as it is being relentlessly shoved down the throat of the British public as being the ONLY thing that matters - forget Brexit,forget the NHS,forget global warming. Forget everything and prioritise on the constant whinging and whining of the alleged sole representatives of 0.5 % of the population who are accusing a principled and honourable humanitarian of racism. As I said they are on a roll and simply don`t how or when to stop. Norman himself has said on a number of occasions that if you repeat a big lie often enough then the people you are targeting will start to believe it is true. With the Zios I think it is fair to say that in this case if you repeat the big lie often enough then you will start to believe it yourself.
BTW ." Is it anti-Semitism to believe that “Jews have too much power in Britain”—or is it just plain common sense?" I think that this falls neatly into one of those categories in the DIY self tailored Zio IHRA viz:
"Making mendacious, dehumanizing, demonizing, or stereotypical allegations about Jews as such or the power of Jews as collective — such as, especially but not exclusively, the myth about a world Jewish conspiracy or of Jews controlling the media, economy, government or other societal institutions"
I wonder can anyone get a shot at these ismism definitions eg Muslims,Catholics,Seventh Day Adventists, Pagans,Presbyterians etc etc or is it the reserve of the "Chosen". Being a practicing atheist for example I sometimes find it offensive when people imply that people who do not follow a specific ritualistic cult regime which worships a divine being somehow do not have any morals or a moral compass.