“Labour For The Many, Not The Jew” says Baroness Hayter – as she compares Corbyn to Hitler

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Labour For The Many, Not The Jew says Baroness Hayter - as she compares Corbyn to Hitler

Baroness Hayter, a senior Labour peer has been sacked as shadow Brexit minister for saying Jeremy Corbyn was leading the party with a “bunker mentality”.

This comes fresh on the release of anti-Semitic vandalism with some wag in the party defacing the Labour membership form when he came back in from the pub. He’s hilariously written Labour for the many not the Jew, by changing the few to the Jew. It’s satire at its best.

The Party feel Mr Corbyn’s team’s refusal to acknowledge criticism and its handling of anti-Semitism resembled the “last days of Hitler“.

Though let’s stay with the membership form vandalism, that’s quite clever, bet he thinks he’s Banksy. He isn’t.

At a meeting of the Labour First group earlier this week, Baroness Hayter was reported to have said: “Those of you who haven’t [read the book] will have seen the film Bunker, about the last days of Hitler, where you stop receiving any information into the inner group which suggests things are not going the way you want.”

In that film Bunker, it is tense, aggressive, bullying and the leader knows he’s losing control…actually…eh…good point, well made…

The peer was critical of Mr Corbyn’s inner circle.

Mr Corbyn refused to be drawn on his haemorrhoids.

According to one source, either Goering or Goebbels, we can’t remember: “Dianne Hayter has been sacked from her frontbench position with immediate effect for her deeply offensive remarks about Jeremy Corbyn and his office. To compare the Labour leader and Labour Party staff working to elect a Labour government to the Nazi regime is truly contemptible, and grossly insensitive to Jewish staff in particular.”

Plus the idea of parodying Hitler losing it like he does on Bunker, everyone has already done and is as original as Four Candles or Don’t tell him Pike.

Baroness Hayter was one of four peers who wrote to Mr Corbyn to demand an investigation into claims on Panorama that senior figures in the party interfered in the disciplinary process of dealing with anti-Semitism complaints.

Labour agreed to have an emergency meeting, though only after they had a meeting before the emergency meeting about the meeting, so it might be sometime next week whenever everyone can be arsed.

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