Op-ed: That tangled web they continue to weave; the one that they seem to think voters, party members and supporters will simply forget about come a General Election is spinning out of control.
That well known fan of the Tory Party the Daily Telegraph, or as it is affectionately called at times The Torygraph, has a report Saturday titled "Thousands of Labour supporters could be expelled from party over anti-Semitism and abuse allegations."
It claims the NEC committee responsible is looking at 6,000 allegations of abuse and or anti-Semetism.
One presumably is wealthy Labour Party donor and one time parliamentary Labour Party candidate Michael Foster.
He caused outrage with an article published in the mainstream media last weekend that likened Corbyn supporters to Nazi Stormtroopers.
But the Telegraph story appears in some ways incorrectly titled as it continues to roll and moves on to other allegations:
Tory MP Andrew Bridgen revealed he had been approached by Labour MPs as part of an attempt to secure an early general election to “get rid of Jeremy Corbyn” as the party’s leadership contest continues.
Some double-dealing and two-faced Labour MPs continue to leak information to the mainstream media.
The mainstream media fills in the gaps with fiction and fantasy citing anonymous sources.
But if these MPs were loyal to the Labour Party there would be no information leaks.
Those damning leaks are a huge problem for the Labour Party:
Documents seen by The Telegraph reveal that almost 5,850 people have been reported to the party’s executive in total, more than 3,000 of them for allegations of abuse, with the rest accused of anti-Semitic behaviour and of supporting other political parties – banned under Labour’s rules.
So are these documents widely available for us all to view?
If not how did the Telepgraph get hold of them?
Are people named? Is the Telegraph able to identify those accused?
We need to bear in mind that it is a nicely crafted propaganda piece with few real facts. It includes old news about Jess Philips though does not name her.
But the conclusion is that when or if Mr Corbyn is re-elected party leader there is much work to do not least ousting those who only show loyalty to pay masters and themselves.
[The Telegraph is getting its money's worth Saturday - http://www.newtekjournalismukworld.com/georgie-harrison/former-blair-spin-doctor-uses-the-telegraph-to-undermine-corbyn]
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