The Labour Party has had a tumultuous week.
It has been Holy Week in the Christian calendar but it has been one big holy mess in the Labour Party.
Today is Good Friday the day Jesus Christ was crucified.
But a few-weeks ago John Woodock MP fired the starting pistol on a right-wing attack against Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters.
It was John that kicked off the 2016 so-called chicken-coup and that was March too.
In the mix, of the latest unrest, is the dwindling group on the right-wing of the party Progress and those people wanting at the very least a second referendum plus those who want Brexit scrapped.
David Cameron certainly knew what he was doing when he allowed an E.U. referendum to shore up Tory voting but then quickly cut and run when the Leave campaign lost.
Others have been left to wade through a veritable field of quicksand.
But the Labour Party's problems this week had roots in allegations of anti-Semitism.
Events as the week has progressed actually disrespect true victims of such abuse as attacks are made against Corbyn supporters and are politicised by the right-wing of the Labour Party.
Alan Sugar, appointed as a Lord by former New Labour Party leader Tony Blair, has Good Friday evening incensed Corbyn supporters with the above tweet.
Social media activists and users have fought verbally online while many have simply been shocked and reported the tweet to Twitter as offensive.
Certainly if there is a problem with anti-Semitism what message does the above tweet send out?
For me it is notable that anti-Semitism accusing trolls on Twitter have remained silent.
Using anti-Semitism as a political tool is many things from dirty to abusive to offensive and more.
There are two tweets below pertaining to tonight’s row. One is from John Mann who said this week send any anti-Semitic tweets you see online to me and I will report if they are Labour Party members; the other is from Labour Party shadow chancellor John McDonnell who appealed to Sugar to withdraw the offensive tweet.
Obviously the tweet will act as a click-bait tweet to some and could therefore result in an offensive comment by an angry viewer.
Is that the idea lord Sugar?
As I tweeted to Mr Sugar "Once a barrow boy always a barrow boy. Money but no class. Reporting that tweet thank you.
I have included a reminder re John Woodcock in an image below.
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