Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Tory Youth National Chairman Candidate Wilkinson Stands Firm Over Palestine Support.



CONSERVATIVE FUTURE (CF) National Chairman Candidate Jacob Wilkinson has come under attack after a series of tweets and a twitter follow, for a local Leicester group named al-Aqsa who allegedly have "a dubious record on anti-Semitism", focussed attention on his pro-Palestinian views.

Wilkinson claims - "Just because I happen to follow a Leicester based Pro-Palestinian group on twitter, does not make me an anti-semite. I have never supported Hamas' actions, but I do question Israel's disproportionate response and the death of nearly 1800 innocent Palestinian men, women and Children."

"If friends of al-Aqsa is dodgy they have the federation of Muslim Organisations tweeting about them taking a petition to Downing Street about Gaza with local [Leicester] MPs" - added Wilkinson.

Influential & highly admired CF'er Stephen Hoffman has said to #ThingsElliottSays - "Friends of Al Aqsa is a group which goes past legitimate anti-Israel activity into the realms of anti-Semitism. There are also credible claims that they are sympathisers of Hamas. This is at a time when antisemitism in Europe is on the rise."

Wilkinson response seems to be one of indifference - "My views on the Israeli-Palestinian issue are long held and well known. This is nothing but a witch hunt against me because I hold a different view to Stephen Hoffman, who seems to be completely incapable of understanding that people might hold different opinions to himself."

TBG follows some dubious Twitter accounts also, not out of support though more intrigue. Hoffman & Co mention nothing of the ongoing atrocities being carried out in Gaza in the article.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Totally respect Jacob for his views and his courageous stance when under attack

Anonymous said...

he makes a nice change from the usual londoners doesnt he

Michael Mapintyre said...

Last time I checked, Manchester was farther from London than Leicester?

Anonymous said...

Lol Michael mate - where is the relevance? "Change from usual Londoners" allows no comparison with those who also aren't from london. But you're funny :-)

Anonymous said...

One of Hamas' useful ideots. That figure of 1800 inocent civilians includes a large proportion of terrorist fighters. Hardly innocent.

Winifred Roberts said...

I hear Putin is funding his campaign

Anonymous said...

When will he follow his ideological soul mate Warsi and offer his resigntaion?

Tori Bear said...

You think the Palestinians have it bad? James keeps me locked in the cupboard and only feeds me enough Space Raiders to barely stay alive. Will nobody free me from my pickled onion flavoured hell?

Anonymous said...

Good afternoon,

I have recently taken an interest in politics and more particularly Conservative Future.

I have been dating different guys on and off for 4 years now but have never met the right partner. I'm looking for a guy who is loving, caring and nice looking.

If anybody in CF knows anyone like this could they put me in touch.

Thanks very much.

Michael Shayman

Anonymous said...

@Michael Shayman. Welcome to CF, there are lot's of loving and caring guy's in CF, however the ultimate man date has to be the artist formerly known as the Hoff. He is not only beautiful, a political strategist to rival Ed Milibland and of course the ultimate Davos man. All in one package. If that's not enough he is more pro-Israel than Benjamin Netanyahu, 47 Rabi's and a large cat combined.

He is a serious catch for any young man wanting a step up. However I'm not sure if he is on the market or not. Last I heard he was dating Jasmine. (Sorry Boy's)

Donut's blarney said...

THIS IS AN OUTRAGE!! How can any young member of CF not be so pro-Israel that not singing the anthem when the country is mentioned should be a sackable offence.

If only he came to my party, I would have spoon fed him that Israel, Guns and Republicans are good. Everything else is terrible and you should be punished for liking it. THAT'S FREEDOM FOR YOU!! I fear he may have an IQ above 76 and therefore is not suited to CF.

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