The U.K. Labour Party's decision not to expel veteran leftist activist and former London mayor Ken Livingstone has been met with completely predictable hatred and venom from the Jewish lobby in that country—even though everything he said about Hitler, Nazis, and Zionism is perfectly true.
Last week, Livingstone escaped expulsion from the Labour Party and instead had another year added to his current suspension as punishment for daring to point out that Hitler and the Nazi government actively aided in the Zionist colonization of Palestine.
The Israeli Haaretz newspaper reported that “British Jews [are] Livid After Ken Livingstone Receives Slap on the Wrist for Saying Hitler Was Zionist.
According to that paper, Jonathan Arkush, president of the Board of Deputies, “Anglo-Jewry’s umbrella body,” said that “Relations between the Labour Party and the Jewish community have reached an all-time low … all we can conclude form this hopelessly wrong decision is that the party has an enduring problem with anti-Semitism to which it is unwilling to face up.”
Separately, the Guardian newspaper also reported that “1,000 Jewish Labour supporters” had signed a petition urgent Levingston’s expulsion after his comments.
The letter, signed by influential party members including Luciana Berger MP, former deputy mayor of London Nicky Gavron, and chair of the Jewish Labour Movement, Jeremy Newmark, described Livingstone’s comments as a “betrayal.”
The truth about Nazi-Zionist cooperation is clear, no matter how the Jewish lobby tries to spin it.
Hitler did support Zionism. He personally approved the “Transfer Agreement” with the World Zionist movement to expedite the transfer of Jews from Germany to Palestine—and Himmler’s SS also enthusiastically supported the Zionist project.