NOT THE FORDE INQUIRY! Why Starmer Sought to Hide and Cover Up Racist and Sexist Abuse & Corruption Amongst Labour's Senior Staff
Despite Packing the Forde Inquiry With his Sycophants Starmer Decided to Suppress it
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The Forde Inquiry was set up at in April 2020 as a result of Labourís Leaked Report which demonstrated conclusively that senior Labour staff had consciously set out to sabotage the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. The Report was aiming to issue its report early in 2021.
The Leaked Report, which was clearly commissioned by former General Secretary Jennie Formby (perhaps her only real service to the left during her tenure) demonstrated that senior Labour officials, led by General Secretary Iain McNicol and his unattractive enforcer John Stolliday, ran an unofficial general election campaign in support of right-wing MPs at a secret HQ during the 2017 General Election campaign.
The Report, in perhaps its only humorous moment, illustrated the grief and tears of these sordid and wretched hacks as Corbyn increased his majority. They were openly disappointed, some in tears, when Corbyn unexpectedly gained not lost seats. McNicol warned his fellow bigots that they were in for an uncomfortable few months.
Unfortunately it took Corbyn another 8 months to force McNicol's resignation despite the fact that, in anticipation of a coup, McNicol had cancelled the passes of Corbyn's office on the night of the General Election. It was a sad commentary on Corbyn's tenure as leader that he refused to confront the Right even as he was betraying his own comrades like Chris Williamson.
The Leaked Report included outrageous examples of racist abuse, homophobia, anti-Semitism (ironically) sexism and electoral sabotage by party officials. In short utter corruption.
Starmer however made his displeasure clear. Not at the behaviour of McNicol, Stolliday, Emily Oldknow and all the other crooks and bigots who Labour employed at great cost. His anger was directed at those who had compiled and leaked the Report.
The Forde Inquiry was filled with Starmer loyalists and right-wing toe rags. Yet despite this Starmer has desperately attempted to kick the Inquiry into the long grass. The latest pretext for delay is that it might conflict with the Information Commissionerís inquiries. Ctd....