A manifesto from Israel has descended on Britain telling us not to vote Labour. Those stalwarts of the Labour movement Bakunin and Proudhon are given as examples of the trend in anti-semitism that is inspiring the left to criticise Israel's policy towards Gaza.
Ken McLusky, leader of the TUC, complained that Bakunin and Proudhon were anarchists and were nothing to do with the Labour Party. 'I've not heard Jeremy Corbyn shout "Property is Theft" as Proudhon did' McLusky said to a May Day rally. 'Instead of reds under the beds we now have a phantom plague of anti-semites!'
However Labour MP John Manntra claimed that he was betting on Labour doing badly in the local elections this week so that he could take over as leader of the Party. 'It is time we had a Party of the People' he said to the Daily Male 'one that is against the refugees in Europe.' Frank Fielder, writing in the 'Sun' claimed that the people of Liverpool loved the 'Sun' for it's coverage of world affairs. 'It is good to some people are sticking up for the white man' he wrote 'Labour has had enough of racism in its ranks.'