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Former MP George Galloway Confirms Anti-Apartheid Movement In South Africa Was Led Entirely By Jews

During a 2003 speech at Oxford Union, former Labour MP and out-spoken critic of Israel, George Galloway, was interrupted by Jewish protesters who waved the Israeli and accused him of “racism” against Jews — which prompted him to defend himself by revealing his activism in South Africa with the Jews who led the anti-Apartheid movement there:

I am one of the few people on the Left in Britain who traveled the length and breadth of Apartheid South Africa — as an underground agent of the African National Congress led by Nelson Mandela — then in Pollsmoor Prison in Cape Town.

The subject of Apartheid is particularly important to me. The question of racism is particularly important to me. And in parenthesis let me tell you this — that throughout the entirely of my time underground in South Africa under Apartheid, every house I slept in, every dinner I ate, every car I drove in was provided by Jewish activists of the African National Congress. So Jews don’t have to be on the side of Apartheid. They don’t have to be on the side of racism.

Jewish heroes amongst my blood brotherhood, like Denis Goldberg, who served 27 years on Robben Island, in Pollsmoor Prison, but was never able to touch Mandela and his comrades because they were on one side of the Apartheid prison wall, and he and a few other Jewish heroes of the African National Congress were on the other. Denis Goldberg, Albie Sachs, Joe Slovo, Ruth First. Perhaps you’ve heard of these people — if you haven’t, look them up.

Jews don’t have to be on the side of Apartheid. They can stand up against it. And I say this to those who say they are friends of the state whose flag that was just waved in my face, turn away from the racist Apartheid ideology of Zionism. Turn back to where Jews were before the emergence and hegemony of Zionism.

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