Labour councillor who ‘shared Holocaust denial article that called Anne Frank a ”bisexual degenerate” and said ”you should have listened” to Hitler’ is suspended from the party ahead of election tomorrow
- Belgica Guaña is standing for re-election in the London borough of Newham
- Article entitled ‘The Holocaust Hoax and the Jewish Promotion of Perversity’
- Propaganda ends with image of Hitler and words ‘you should have listened’
A Labour councillor standing for re-election tomorrow who allegedly shared an article that denied the Holocaust, said ‘Hitler was right’ and called Anne Frank a ‘bisexual degenerate’ has been suspended from the party.
A Labour spokesman has told MailOnline that Guaña is no longer a candidate endorsed by the party. It is understood’ that she is administratively suspended, pending investigation.
Guaña appears on the ballot as a Labour candidate because she submitted her nomination forms to stand in the council election before she was suspended.
A spokesperson said: ‘The Labour Party takes all complaints seriously. They are fully investigated in line with our rules and procedures, and any appropriate action is taken.’
The article – uncovered by researchers working for Labour Against Antisemitism – made a series of sick claims that twist history in order to paint Jews as evil.
It says: ‘The so-called ”Holocaust” is propaganda in an ongoing war between the Jews and those with the courage to stand up to them – a war that began with the National Socialists coming to power in Germany in the 1930s and continues to this very day.
Belgica Guaña, who is standing for re-election in the London borough of Newham, shared the piece entitled ‘The Holocaust Hoax and the Jewish Promotion of Perversity’ in February 2016
‘The Jews do not have the means or the numbers to defeat Europeans with the force of arms so they have to rely mainly on infiltration, subversion, and economic and psychological warfare, with the Holocaust hoax being the best example of the latter.’
It adds: ‘the Germans were completely justified in persecuting and expelling the Jews (which is all that was actually happening), just as we would be today. Hitler and the National Socialists freed Germany from the death grip of the Jews and gave it back to the German people.’
The article calls Anne Frank a ‘bisexual degenerate’ whose famous diary is an ‘obvious fraud… laced with pornographic and sexually subversive passages’.
It goes on to claim the Jews ‘made up’ the Holocaust in order to ‘pull off a very real, much worse genocide, with the entire white race as their victims’.
The work of propaganda ends with an image of Adolf Hitler next to the words ‘you should have listened’.
Ms Guaña, who was elected in 2018, describes herself on Facebook as a ‘woman, mother, Ecuadorian, Latin American, community activist and now a councillor for Canning Town in Newham’.
The work of propaganda ends with an image of Adolf Hitler next to the words ‘you should have listened’
The article – uncovered by researchers working for Labour Against Antisemitism – made a series of sick claims that twist history in order to paint Jews as evil
A spokesman for Campaign Against Antisemitism said: ‘The article allegedly shared by this councillor is a not only an abhorrent collection of anti-Semitic tropes, from Holocaust denial and paedophilia to comparisons of Israel with the Nazis and support for the far-right ”Great Replacement Theory”, but it may also imply support for Jewish genocide.
‘In view of just how horrific this post is, we are examining legal options.
‘The Labour Party must urgently investigate both the veracity of the allegation and how Belgica Guaña was allowed to become and remain a councillor in spite of the post, and why she was endorsed by the Party in her bid for reelection.’
Sir Keir Starmer claimed last year that Labour had ‘closed the door on anti-Semitism’ under his tenure.
In a bombshell report, the Equality and Human Rights Commission found the party had utterly failed to tackle anti-Jewish hatred under its previous leader, Jeremy Corbyn – who suggested the scale of the problem had been ‘overstated’.
MailOnline has contacted Ms Guaña for comment.