"Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced" - James Baldwin
Tuesday, 3 November 2020
A Corbyn acolyte - What a mug
former Labour leader was the victim of a carefully planned and
brutally executed political assassination.” Conservative
commentator Peter Oborne, who joins me in the Jeremy Corbyn cult.
in The Observer on 1 November 2020 Andrew Rawnsley made these
Corbyn’s favourite role is that of thevictim ...
He presided over an antisemitism
scandalunprecedented in the party’s history … He is refusing to accept
equality and Human Rights Commission investigation … Contrary
to the narrative being promoted by Mr Corbyn and those still attached
the former Labour leader is not
to his convictions … This is about whether or not the
Labour Party should
be a haven
for racists and
why it did become a magnet for antisemitic
bulliesand abusers when Mr Corbyn
and his acolytes
had charge of the party.”
someone attached to Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘cult’ I wish Andrew
Rawnsley had warned me much earlier about the true nature of Jeremy
Corbyn. I had not realised that, as
‘racists and antisemitic bullies.’ For the last sixty years I
have been under the misapprehension that racists and antisemites were
part and parcel of right, not left-wing, politics. Thank you Andrew
for, albeit late in the day for me, correcting my political naivety.
What a mug I have been, so here is a pre-Corbyn Labour Party mug. I
do hope the families queueing
up at Islington food bank will tell Jeremy to
stop being a martyr to his convictions.