Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn
Speaking for the Defence (MAYBE?) Criticism of Israel is not (necessarily) antisemitism Just remember: Lies are not criticism Relabelling Nazi or medieval antisemitism as criticism of Israel is still antisemitism Sharing a platform with those who don’t bother to hide … Continue reading
Is Jeremy Corbyn an Antisemite? The Duck test implies that a person can identify an unknown subject by observing that subject’s habitual characteristics. If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it … Continue reading
Was Jeremy Corbyn just being Jeremy Corbyn? We are not sure why anyone was surprised by the U.K. Labour leader’s comparison of Israel/Netanyahu with ISIS. We are more surprised that no one challenged his laboured apology and explanation.
To bomb or not to bomb In the same sense that a broken clock gives the correct time once every twelve hours I find myself, much to my amazement, agreeing with Jeremy Corbyn. Britain probably shouldn’t bomb Syria.