Registered On: September 7, 2015
No, it was honestly mistaken memory. Please don’t go down the route of Bucks in assuming everyone who disagrees is disingenuous. If I was trying to hoodwink it would be stupid of me to come clean.
If you listened to Anna Turley on this you’ll hear how she isn’t vindictive about Corbyn, she has worked for Corbyn as a volunteer in the distant past. She was honest and obviously concerned about Labour for the party, not to get Corbyn. Why the automatic assumption that criticism of Corbyn is likely inauthentic? The defenders who said it was all smears have been shown to be wrong, and the whistle blowers to be correct, so while we can’t trust everything, there is clear evidence that Corbyn was incompetent and a moral disaster. The public could see that.
Besides, when everything else points to Corbyn as a major problem, why is this so unbelievable? He was disliked and Labour polls have improved, as have leadership ratings, despite Starmwr being a remainer.
How should I refer to an immoral crank who has sullied the party with its most shameful episode in its history? I am not going to lose sleep over my dislike for Corbyn and attacks on him when he has soiled the party’s image and takes no responsibility.
People on here refer to Johnson and Tories with negative language. I don’t think my language against Corbyn is much different.
Personally, I don’t think unity is more important than consequences for those who have made Labour a safe space for Jew haters. I don’t want such bigotry to be glossed over so the hard left might get on board, when they won’t anyway.