Former Labour leader Tony Blair has admitted there is a “nascent alliance” between Islamists and the political left in Britain.
In a wide-ranging interview focusing mainly on his desire to overturn the British public’s vote for Brexit in 2016, the controversial 65-year-old told Sophy Ridge of Sky News: “There is, I’m afraid, there is a kind of nascent alliance between what I would call bits of the sort of Islamist type of politics and the left.”
https://t.co/AodBOd5agr — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) November 11, 2017
His premiership also saw a marked in targeted violence against Jewish people as the Muslim population increased as a result of his policy of encouraging mass immigration, with anti-Semitic attacks more than doubling during his second term as Prime Minister, according to Jewish columnist Melanie Phillips.
Hungary PM: Soros Responsible for Increasing Anti-Semitism in Europe by Encouraging Islamic Immigration https://t.co/kOHPKIM2ER — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) May 19, 2018
UK Left: Labour Group REJECTS Pittsburgh Killings Motion, Too Much ‘Anti-Semitism This, Anti-Semitism That’ https://t.co/TnPWxeTEuD
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) November 5, 2018
But Labour doesn't have an anti-Semitism problem, right? https://t.co/AodBOd5agr
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) November 11, 2017