Manny Shinwell, (Baron Shinwell)

AZL flag holder TransparentEmanuel (Manny) Shinwell, Baron Shinwell CH, PC (18 October 1884 – 8 May 1986) was a Jewish trade union official, leading figure of Red Clydeside-Jewish Marxist extremism that characterised the city of Glasgow in Scotland from the 1910s until roughly the early 1930s and the Labour politician at the heart of Clement Attlee’s cabinet. Shinwell was born in Spitalfields, London, but his family was moved to Glasgow, Scotland. His father was a Jewish immigrant from Poland. Shinwell had an egregious history of insurrection being a key figure in the six-week Glasgow seamen’s strike part of the nationwide transport strike coinciding with Lenin’s last visit to Britain in 1911 and in January 1919 lead clashes between police and protesters in Glasgow’s George Square. An Independent Labour Party (ILP) member Shinwell was the shadow behind Ramsay MacDonald having strategic positions in both MacDonald’s labour Governments the first of which fell due to MacDonald’s implication in the 1924 Jewish Bolshevik Zinoviev Letter scandal. He returned to the Commons in 1935 to campaign vigorously for Britain to support the Marxist insurgent government in Spain against Franco in the Jewish push for dominance over Spain. In November 1947, following the kidnap and brutal murder of 2 British soldiers by Jewish terrorist group Irgun, it was discovered that Shinwell was passing information to this Jewish terrorist group; this lead directly to the bombing of the King David Hotel in which 91 people were murdered including 28 Britons. Shinwell is the great uncle of Luciana Berger.
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