Anti-Semitism row: Union leader advice Israel ‘created’

The Union leader has been recorded and advised that Israel “created” the anti- Semitism row in the Labour Party. It is published by the Independent where PCS general secretary Mark Serotka suggested the country had created the story to hide what he called its own “ atrocities.”

On the against of Anti-Semitism said Mr. Serwotka had brought the entire TUC into disrepute and he should resign.

Mr. Serwotka has mentioned in the event that organized by the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign at the TUC this week there was no place for anti-Semitism in the Labour movement. He further added that “ I think it’s unfortunate that the Labour Party allowed a lot of this to drag on, in a way that actually did not help anybody.”

But, He extracts the disputable decision by US President Donald Trump to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Hence, the dozens of deaths of unnamed Palestinians killed by Israeli troops as  among the real issues being distracted from by “ a summer of asking ourselves whether leading Labour movement people are in any way anti-Semitic?”

Mr. Serwotka said on trade union movement that “I am not a machination theorist but I will tell you what- one of the best forms of trying to hide from the atrocities that you are committing is to go on the offensive and to actually create a story that does not exist for people on his platform, the trade union movement, or I say for the leader of the Labour party.”

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As remembered Mr. Serwotka is general secretary of the largest civil service trade union, the Public and Commercial Service Union, the post he carries held since December 2000. He becomes even more powerful after re-elected in 2005, 2009 and 2014.

The position Mr. Serwotka holds, it was among people banned from voting in Labour’s leadership election in 2015. On the same grounds they did not share the party “ aims and values”- it had new rules that allowed non-members to vote as “registered supporters”.

He rejoined the Labour party after 25 years in 2016 by saying Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership offered a “genuine break from the past.”

The announcement that had been elected TUC president for the coming year. More than two years the labors have been dealing with a row about the extent of anti-Semitism within the party. Hence, the inquiry carried out by Shami Chakrabarti, that concluded while the Labour Party was not overrun by anti-Semitism, there was an “ occasionally toxic atmosphere”.

But, the leadership over the summer, has handled anti- Semitism allegations continued and dominated media coverage of the party.

The biggest turning point in the of this row, when Veteran MP Frank Field quit the party’s parliamentary in August by saying that the leadership was becoming disturbing and a “ force for anti- Semitism in British politics”. So, during this month the party’s ruling agreed to adopt in full an international definition of anti-Semitism.

In addition, Mr. Corbyn comes up and apologized for the hurt caused by anti- Semitism in the party and pledged to stamp it out. He added with a stressed that people who hold anti- Semitic views “ have no place in Labour Party” and mentioned people who use “ anti- Semitic poison” are not his supporters, nor do they speak for him or the party.  

by Priti on September 14, 2018

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