As I reflected on this article, I concluded with a number of emerging threads.
Firstly, there is an important need for historians and other scholars to publish evidence, so that lies and distortions are refuted before they become half-truths. Too often the main stream media is heavily biassed these days, seemingly with headlines penned before the article.
Secondly, there’s an urgent need to challenge the rhetoric of both the hard-left and the hard-right. Both frequently suppress the evidence and portray carefully crafted lies to justify the dogma, based on the maxim that the end justifies the means.
Thirdly, both London and the United Kingdom have been tarnished by Livingstone period in high office as London’s mayor. Livingtone has crafted his political profile based upon his anti semitic slogans. For London and the UK to regain the moral high ground, Livingstone must be thoroughly discredited (this is similar to Germany’s overwhelming support for recognizing the genocide of the Armenian people).
Fourthly, the UK Labour Party needs to recover the moral high ground and not scurry around in the lies and half-truths peddled by the hard-left, like Livingstone.