I admit. I was completely wrong on UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. He seemed so sincere when he pledged alliance to Jews that I assumed he was just a Marxist anti-Zionist but not an ideological Jew hater. And I’m now proven wrong. And almost everyone else was right. Happens.
He has, not so long ago, written a resounding introduction to a century-old through-and-through antisemitic book. Apologists for him now say that he didn’t mean all of the book, but he makes no exception in his overblown praise. If he was not a deep believer in theories like Jews control the banks, the media and the governments, he would have seen that it’s prominently written into that tomb and he would have distanced himself from that aspect — or better, demanded that those parts — not essential to the book at all — would have been taken out.
A smart educated man who doesn’t recognize basic loud antisemitism must be a diehard antisemite.
Speaking of which, he has now declared that he has always stood against all bigotry and that he will fight that till his dying day. I dare him to prove that right now. It would be better for the Labour Party and for Britain.
Better still: before Britain gets out or stays in the EU, he should be ousted.