Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain’s Labour Party, is a known anti-Semite, having called Hamas and Hezbollah his “friends,” laying a wreath at the cemetery where Muslim terrorists who murdered Israeli athletes in Munich in 1972 are buried, and regularly compares Israel to Nazi Germany.
He also wrote the foreword to the reissued JA Hobson’s 1902 work, “Imperialism: A Study,” in which the author, a Jew-hating racist, blamed the world’s problems on “a small group of international financiers, chiefly German in origin and Jewish in race,” going on to say that the stock exchange, the press and even the liquor trade was “in the hands of Jews.” Corbyn praised the book as a “great tome,” “very powerful,” “brilliant,” and “correct and prescient.”
But Donald Trump is a “racist” ?
Jeremy Corbyn, the hard-left leader of the British Labour Party, used all his firepower to rail against President Trump’s state visit on Tuesday but attracted a dismal audience that fell way short of organizers’ hopes of drawing a quarter of a million people.
They said 75,000 protesters braved wet weather to assemble in Parliament Square at the heart of London.
Photographs of a lackluster turnout suggested even that number was an exaggeration and still far from the 250,000 organizers claimed attended a similar protest against Trump last year.
That did not stop Corbyn, 70, delivering a fiery, rabble-rousing speech.
“So I say to our visitors that have arrived this week, think on please about a world that is one of peace and disarmament, is one of recognizing the values of all people, is a world that defeats racism, defeats misogyny, defeats the religious hatreds that are being fueled by the far-right in politics in Britain, in Europe, and the United States,” he said….