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Are you accusing him of being an anti-Semite? I think there is a lot of confusion between not being supportive of the Israeli government's stance against their Palestinian population and being anti-Semitic.
As for him being an entryist, that's par for the course in St Ann's.
If you google him, you'll find some articles in Jewish newspapers that aren't particularly supportive of him. They is also an article about how Haringey Labour were trying to avoid letting Jewish people participate as they held a vote on Shabbat.
That was the one - the meeting was called for a Saturday meaning Orthodox Jewish members couldn't attend. I think it's fair enough for them to be pissed off about it. It's thoughtless if nothing else. I have no opinion on Noah Tucker at all, it's just that that is what comes up if you google him.
300,000 people have joined (or in many cases re-joined) the labour party in the last year, are you smearing them by saying that they are entryists, that they have just joined because they enjoy a rally and worst of all that they are anti-semitic. This is no better than the Daily Mail smears.
It does not matter how long you have been in the Labour Party once you become a member everyone is equal and maybe 300,000+ people would like a Labour Party with real socialist policies rather than Tory light.
I wouldn't worry too much about Mr P. The important bit on HoL to prevent the "newspaper title" effect is to get the tweeted content (the title and first few words) anodyne and objective. A good example would be this post. Then we get into the delicious debatery that this is.
I would also point out that there is a committee that you have to be vetted by to become a councillor candidate and given their rather harsh treatment of a local youth activist in Haringey when it came to this "vetting", I can't imagine Mr Tucker is any form of financial entryist like a certain local businessman I could name.
I had never heard of him before this election.
I didn't realise/remember the vote was yesterday until I walked past my polling station on the way to pick up my daughter from school, a fortuitous reminder.
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