Saturday, 25 August 2018

Corbyn the Unifier. Corbyn the Peacemaker.

Corbyn the Unifier.
In an ironic twist of fate and unity, the leaders of both the British and American far right have come out in support of Jeremy Corbyn's disdain for Jews and hatred of Israel.
The former head of the British Neo-Nazi BNP and American David Duke, the former Grand Wizard of the KKK find joint cause with the anti-Semitic and anti-Israel utterances of the leader of the British Labour Party.
Corbyn has become the unifier of both the far right and far left in mutually accepted ideological nastiness, both connected to deep-seated anti-Semitism.

Corbyn the peace-maker.
This follows Corbyn's proven ability to be a peacemaker.
He did this by attending a ceremony in Tunis glorifying Palestinian terror and using it, in his words, to attend a peace conference.
What was this peace conference. It was to form a coalition between the Tunisian government and warring Palestinian terror factions against Israel.
Corbyn also attended a conference in Qatar,sitting alongside other Palestinian terror chiefs guilty off murdering even more Israeli Jews.. Yet another example of Corbyn the unifier.
This is Corbyn's definition of working for peace.

Corbyn has created his own brand of National Socalism that hates capitalism, America, Israel, and detests the Jews that oppose him and what he stands for. British Jews are fearful of him and he doesn't care. It wins him votes. Shamefully, people know who he is, what he stands for, and support him.

Summarising, we can see the effect of this toxic extremist as a unifying figure between two polar ideologies in their mutual Jew hatred, bringing convicted mass murdering terrorists together in their shared hatred of the Jewish state while garnering the praise and appreciation of far left and far right radical haters.

This is the man who is about to become Britain's next Prime Minister.

Barry Shaw is the Senior Associate for Public Diplomacy at the Israel Institute for Strategic Studies.

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