A pro-Corbyn former deputy leader of Labour party and a veteran parliamentarian Hurriet Harman has been accused telling a Holocaust joke which is considered a Jewish territory.
Ms. Harman is being accused of telling an old British joke alive on Jew-controlled BBC during Thursday night broadcast of This Week hosted by Andrew Neil (Zionist Jew) which goes like this: How you get 100 Jews into a Mini? One at the driver’s seat and 99 in the ashtray.
I’m at a loss to understand what the heck an ashtray has to do with the Six Million Died, which many Jews claim is based on lies and fraud. Unless it reminds the organized Jewry of the Nazi Gas Chambers myth.
On Friday, Simon Johnson, self-appointed voice of 350,000 British Jews, slammed Ms. Harman over making the antisemitic joke. “I cannot recall being disappointed in a politician. Harriet Harman must surely know better than to repeat a vile Holocaust joke, irrespective of the point she was trying to make. She must apologize and do so quickly,” said Johnson.
What Ms. Harman’s point was that how come it’s okey to make sexist jokes but not about Jews.
I’m not sure if Ms. Harman would apologize for making anti-Jew joke – but one thing is certain, the Jewish media will come-up its own apology on behalf of Ms. Harman as usual.
Ms. Harman, a feminist, has been criticized in the past for demanding human rights not only for the White women but also for the African women (her constituency has the largest African population in UK).