And party ‘notice of investigation’ calls Jewish Jenny Manson ‘Mohammed’
Jewish Voice for Labour (JVL) co-chair Jenny Manson has been issued with a notice of investigation (NOI) by the Labour party – for an entirely factual Newsnight appearance last autumn.
To add insult to injury, the NOI received by Manson called her ‘Mohammed’, leading Manson to comment:
They are investigating so many of us they are losing the plot.
Manson is one of a string of JVL members targeted by the Labour party for investigation, suspension or expulsion at a rate of around 20 to one – discrimination so obvious that JVL has written to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) with an extensively-documented complaint that Keir Starmer’s Labour is engaged in a racist purge.
Below is Manson’s full Newsnight interview, in which – despite being shoddily treated and frequently interrupted by the presenter – she explains perfectly accurately that the scale of antisemitism in the Labour party was massively and relentlessly exaggerated by the Labour right, the so-called ‘mainstream’ media and other interested groups:
A poll showed that the media coverage had led the public to think around a third of Labour members were the subject of antisemitism complaints. The real number was 0.06% – and many of those were dismissed.
Manson received the letter from the Labour party just after JVL’s complaint was submitted to the EHRC (and to the Forde Inquiry).
Manson is correct. Starmer’s Labour has lost the plot – if it ever had it – and has done so in a racist manner.
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