Jeremy Corbyn calls Hamas his friends when the Israeli’s give him so many ideas.

Imagine spending years building a house and then moving in and calling it your home and then having somebody move in and tell you, you can’t live there any more. This is what Israel does to Palestinians. This is also what the Corbynista’s are doing to  the Labour Party. Both the Palestinians and many members of the Labour Party are being oppressed by adherents of a nasty ideology

Imagine having a house passed on from generation to generation being commandeered by other people who then set about demolishing it. This is what Israel does to Palestinians. This is also what the Corbynista’s are doing to the Labour Party.

Many Palestinians conform to the Israeli occupation of Palestine in an attempt to avoid being evicted. Similarly many  Labour MP’s  conform to the brutal Corbynista occupation, to avoid being deselected.

As Palestinians remember the creation of Israel with much sadness, many hard working Labour activists look on the election of Jeremy Corbyn with much sadness. As Palestinians see colonial outposts illegal settlements in the West Bank, Labour activists are seeing Corbynista units taking over their constituency parties.

Where as Israel maintains it’s occupation of Palestine through the IDF, the Corbynista’s maintain their oppressive occupation of the Labour Party through Militant Momentum. Interestingly both the IDF and Militant Momentum consider themselves to be ‘the most moral army in the world.’

There is also a similarity between Corbynista’s and Zionist extremists in that they both indulge in price tagging. The Israeli price-tag campaign involves attacks on Palestinian villages and property by Israeli settlers, where as the Corbynista price-tag campaign involves attacks on property  of ‘Red Tories’ like Angela Eagle.

Yet Jeremy Corbyn calls Hamas his friends when the Israeli’s give him so many ideas.

 

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