Labour MPs have turned on Jeremy Corbyn over his “betrayal” of Jews as they described rape and death threats they had received for speaking out against anti-Semitism in their party. Mr Corbyn sat in the Commons in silence as his MPs read out hate mail they had received from his supporters. Others received standing ovations for calling out the “bullying and intimidation” in the party as the Labour leader was told: “Enough is enough.”
Mon 26th March:
After ongoing protests about his neglecting to deal with anti-Semitism rife in the Labour Party, its so-called leader has had ample time to grasp and extract that ugly weed. The article opens:
‘Jeremy Corbyn has been accused by Jewish leaders of holding “conspiratorial views” about their community and treating them like a “hostile entity”.
The Board of Deputies and the Jewish Leadership Council, two of the most senior ‘Jewish groups in Britain, will on Monday take the unprecedented step of holding a protest against Mr Corbyn in Parliament Square. They will tell Mr Corbyn that “enough is enough” and hand him a letter in which they accuse him of siding with anti-Semites “time and time again”…’ (27/3 SEE UPDATE BELOW)
SO now’s the time to issue an explicit personal warning to everyone with hatred in their heart towards the Jewish people or the State of Israel, and especially to all who practise any form of Anti-Semitism to any degree whatsoever –
BEWARE! YOU ARE IN GRAVE, PERSONAL PERIL.
I urge anyone who falls into the above category to consider very seriously the horror to befall them, as told by a friend of many years in this email of 17th March (emphases mine):
‘I had a vivid dream in which I saw a huge hole filled with boiling water, from which clouds of steam were rising (rather like Rotorua – geothermal pools in North Island, New Zealand).
‘The edges around the hole had a thin crust of clay and, as many people stepped towards the steam, the clay gave way and they fell in. The hole itself was also full of people, who amazingly were not trying to get out but, as their skin burned, they clung more closely to others around them. I then saw that this cauldron of heat extended far under the ground so that other people who were walking among trees and flowers – on what they thought was a firm foundation – were actually also in danger of falling in at any point.
‘I woke up and asked the Lord what this picture meant, thinking it might be an aspect of hell; but the reply that instantly came was that it is a portrayal of anti-Semitism.
‘God showed me that this is FAR, far more widespread than most of us realise; it is on a par with the dangers from islamic terrorism, LGBT issues, and secularism. The danger is that it is far more hidden than any of the more obvious enemies of our faith.’
Her vivid description reminds me of my traumatic, near-death experience when I found myself about to fall into hell, as told here.
Note well, the Lord God’s declared opinion of His friend Abraham and his descendants and unequivocal warning to anyone abusing them, as in The Book of Beginnings:
“I will make you a great nation;
“I will bless you and make your name great;
“And you shall be a blessing.
“I will bless those who bless you,
“And I will curse him who curses you;
“And in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” (Genesis 12:2-3 NKJV)
For the Jewish leaders’ letter read Melanie Philips’ Mouse Roars,Look What Happened, where she denounces Corbyn’s response as being ‘weaselly and patently insincere’, and especially in regard to his personal associations with ‘three Facebook groups teeming with vile antisemitic tropes, and then the repellent antisemitic mural whose removal he had opposed – were simply indefensible. Someone has understood that this issue is now calling into question the moral basis of the Labour party itself.’
Let’s trust her concluding opinion proves prophetical: ‘It’s no exaggeration to say that this has now become an existential crisis for the party.’