Offence Archaeologists have turned their attention to Trevor Phillips, digging up comments he made in 2006 about Muslims and declaring them, and him, to be racist. What followed was an immediate suspension of Mr Phillips from The Labour Party. The party, along with its mouthpiece, the Guardian, then performed an ad-hominem attack on the former chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Phillips suspension was for a comment he made in 2006 when he suggested that "“Muslims are not like us, Muslims see the world differently from the rest of us”. The Offence Archaeologists then sited Phillip's concerns over Pakistani Muslim men sexually abusing children in northern British towns, and about the failure of some Muslims to wear poppies for Remembrance Sunday.
Labour are now the Islam Party. Even mentioning the name, in any context other than glowing terms, will get you the 'Islamophobic' tag and probable expulsion. Followers of the faith cannot tolerate criticism of it in any shape or form. They cannot implement Sharia Law to deal with the Kafirs in the UK of course, but can fall back on the 'Islamophobia' card that appeasement-engineers in The Labour Party have given them to use if their religion is questioned.
Phillips was one of the few Labour members who spoke out about Muslim rape gangs. He was also one of those who wrote to the Guardian expressing his concerns about Anti-Semitism in the party. It was the stance he took on these two issues that painted a target on his back. It was only a matter of time before they came for him. Phillips is one of the last intellectual heavyweights of the Labour Party. Burning him because he's not Woke-enough shows just how ridiculous and inward-facing Labour have become.