The Labour party campaigning to boycott Israel

The Norwegian Parliamentary campaign has already started, with general elections scheduled for September 2017. Pollsters are unable to predict who is in the better position, with many wishing it would be Mr. Store and his brand of capitalist socialism, where he gets to earn filthy amounts of money, while making sure that the private initiative would be left gasping for air under his army of ham-fisted bureaucrats.

So apparently, in a bid to secure the far left vote that the Labour Party is in need of in order to get its project off the ground, This automatically translates into efforts to boycott Israel but not, interestingly any concerns for the millions of Syrians who suffer an awful fate just a mere kilometers from my house. So the desire to boycott Israel, under the pretence that the Israeli gasfields in the Mediterranean somehow are under international dispute, is mainly a way to expressing good old anti-Semitism. This is the way of the Labour party. Do not be fooled.

 

Lifted from miff.no, google translate

Dangerous signal from Labor

Conrad Myrland
09/08/2016 10:09

In the coalition government, under Labour leadership, did Ola Borten Moe (Sp) a commendable effort to pave the way for Norwegian-Israeli offshore cooperation. As oil and energy minister was Gone Moe several times in Israel, and he called for increasing cooperation between Israel and Norway “on almost every field of society.”
Today Palestine Committee and “Coordination Committee for academic and cultural boycott of Israel” invited to a point marking in front of the Foreign Ministry. They say “no to research and industrial collaboration” with Israel. Stein Gulbrandsen, Director of Transport and Communications / Technical Fagforbundet, is one of the appellant. They object in particular to the delegation journey Petroleum and Energy Tord Lien ushers in Israel on September 11.
So far, all that one could wait. It is no news that organizations who want full boycott of Israel, and supporting policies that will make the world’s only Jewish state to disappear, oppose a government delegation seeking cooperation.
But there is also another appellant on a dot, parliament Truls Wickholm of Labor.
Have Ap turned in sight when it comes to Norwegian-Israeli energy cooperation? Is there which was ok in government become problematic in opposition? As recently as last year, a proposal to boycott Israel rejected Labor’s national convention.
There is obviously a need for party leader Jonas Gahr Støre staking out a clear course. When speaking morality, reason, marketing and finance to intensify cooperation, as the Government does.

7 comments for “The Labour party campaigning to boycott Israel

  1. Herbie
    September 17, 2016 at 5:03 pm
  2. motti
    September 22, 2016 at 3:35 am

    Thanks for the above, Herbie.

    As it happens Eric Pickles who leads the Conservative party and the Conservative Friend of Israel has warned that any local council caught boycotting Israel will face severe monetasry problems.

    Jewish News, a freebie, you can also catch online headed a meeting between Corbyn and Smith at the J£ (Jewish community building in north London, with a couple of Labour Jewish organisations.

    Ther most depressing thing was to some in the front row, on the rightside clap every statement that the anti-Zionist/Jew, that is real Jews/Israel Corbyn made. A qurestion was asked by n audience memeber towards the ernd regarding the BDS and when a Sainsbury store was attacked by6 the neoNazis in the BDS movement and threw kosher merchandise on the ground. I do not believe anyone was arrested. All Corbyn said in his defence was that the goods were probably from over the green line. So that weas ok then.
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    I fail to understand where these Jew hating Jews come from. which cesspit have they emerged from to show such compassion for those whose only intent is to make all of Palestine Jewfree, while showing such hate towards Isarel and tgheir fellow Jews. Apart from the nutty Karta, they are all from ther netxreme left of the Labour party, while any centre wing Jews are facing deselection, threats etc.

    At the UKIP general meeting, a man with a Jewish name, spoke aboput how he would be be threatened, insultede, have windows smashed etc because, as he pulled out a kippa from his pocket and placed it on his head to say because I am a Jew. The whole audience clapped him for soem time. He carried on speaking and then said, that he is a UKIP member because as a Jew he felt welcomed by the party and again recived a full ovation from the hall.

    Well it is not long now for Rosh HaShana and Yom Kippur.

  3. motti
    September 26, 2016 at 4:11 am

    I appreciate that my post has nothing t do with the main article, however, it is worth noting.

    Please take a good luck at our norwegian friends at the MIFF blog.
    They have produced two articles when retired ex Lt Colonel Richard Kemp gave lectures regarding the IDF. This man is a highly respected ex-senior officer and refutes the rubbish about the IDF etc.

    The other matter I want to point out, especially for Herbie, as I understand that you are a lawyer. I have began reading an old book that a close friend lent to me. It is titled Behind The Silken Curtain by a Bartlet C. Crum, a lawyer who has written about the duplicitious Britsh and American establishment regarding the p[roposed Jewish state while under the heel of the British Mandate. It confirms my allegations against both for having an anti Jewish /Zionist slant, in favour towards the Arabs for different reasons. Once I have finished reading it, I will try to enquire whether it is still in print somewhere.

    Enjoy the read.

  4. motti
    October 2, 2016 at 4:15 am

    Le Shana Tovah to the Prof and family and to all those who participate on this site.

    May this year be a happy, healthy, prosperous and above all, a peaceful year for Israel and all mankind. Well, we live in hope

    Incidentally, I shall buy a used edition online for using details in discussions and arguements.

  5. motti
    October 2, 2016 at 4:34 am

    Just checked the Debkafile for an update on news and noticed this article; U.S. President Barak Obama’s coming for the funeral of Shimon Peres on Friday Septemebr 30th and his emphatic speech of tribute were well received in Israel. Not so his action shortly after he returned home. The White House issued a correction removing “Israel” from the transcript. Whereas he said in his speech that he was speaking at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem, Israel, the word “Israel” delected because, the statuis of Jerusalem should be resolved in the final statusnegotiation between Israel’s and Palestinians. Both Republic and Democratic parties have recognised Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Former presidents from both parties have promisded to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem but never made good on the pledge.

    Duplitious mamzer and mazerim

  6. motti
    October 11, 2016 at 10:31 am

    wish you all well over the fast

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