Britain’s Ed “Zigzag” Miliband is losing his Jewish donors
Gilad Atzmon writes:
The Times of Israel reported on 9 November that British Labour Party leader Ed Miliband is losing the support of Jewish donors due to his party’s pro-Palestine stance.
The spineless Labour leader has been zigzagging for a while. He criticises Israel when he believes that such a “principled” move would be popular among Labour supporters. Yet, the same Ed too often describes himself as “the son of Jewish refugees from the holocaust”. He then changes his spots and becomes the mouthpiece of the Israeli lobby. He would swear alliance to Israel’s security but also to the Jews and the primacy of their suffering.
Last June, “principled” Ed announced at a Jewish lobby gathering:
I want you to know that if I become prime minister in less than a year’s time, I will be proud to do so as a friend of Israel, a Jew and, most of all, someone who feels so proud to be part of the community gathered here today.
Britain doesn’t need a “Friend of Israel” in Number 10 Downing Street. It needs a friend of the British people, an ally of truth and justice, not a Zionist merchant.
One would believe that Jewish donors shunning the Labour party may lead to a consciousness shift among the leaders of “red” Britain. They may grasp that for too long they were held hostage by a Jewish Zionist oligarchy.
Don’t hold your breath because this isn’t going to happen. A senior Labour party member told the UK’s Independent newspaper on 9 November that Ed Miliband now has a “huge if not insurmountable challenge to maintain support from part of the Jewish community that had both backed and helped fund Tony Blair and Gordon Brown’s election campaigns.”
Our Labour leadership is clearly addicted to shekels. Evidently, the penny didn’t drop. Rather than British interests, it is Jewish interests the Labour party is seeking to be in tune with. The meaning of it is devastatingly simple: the British left is an occupied Zionist territory and voting labour means many more Zionist interventionist wars in the future.