Is Jeremy Corbyn an Antisemite?

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  • • by Sharon Koifman
  • • December 27, 2022

Jeremy Corbyn

  • Perfectly fine with antisemitic stereotypes.
  • “It’s not antisemitism, mom, it is ‘class struggle’!”
  • Notorily friends with Hamas and Hezbollah, two terrorist groups which raison d’être is to kill Jews.
  • 23 incidents of Antisemitism in the Labor Party under his command.
  • 3 violations of the Equality Act.
  • Not sorry.
  • Blames the Jews when he is dismissed from the party for his own actions.
  • Still claims he is not an antisemite.

Case closed

I have made the case in this website that Anti Zionism is not only influenced by Anti Semitism, but it is equivalent. But I can appreciate that many of you don’t buy the concept of the new Anti-Semitism. So I’m here to prove that Jeremy Corbyn is an Anti-Semite in any sense of the word.

I want you guys to look attentively at this picture:

It is called “Freedom for Humanity,” and it was painted by Mear One in 2012. At its center, we see a group of six old rich men with prominent noses playing the board game Monopoly. They are below a depiction of the All-Seeing Eye, a Masonic symbol often associated with conspiracy theorists.

(What about Corbyn? We’re getting there.)

Mear One said about its painting:

“The banker group is made up of Jewish and white Anglos. For some reason, they are saying I am anti-Semitic. This I am most definitely not. … What I am against is class.”

I hope I don’t have to explain why this is Antisemitic as fuck

And here comes Corbyn, former leader of the UK’s Labour Party. When the mural was removed in 2012, Corbyn posted on Facebook that Mear One now shared the illustrious company of Diego Rivera, who was censored for painting a portrait of Lenin in a mural at New York City’s Rockefeller Center.

This is how Corbyn sees the world: There are poor people in the world, and there are the rich Jews who, as Corbyn thinks, exploit the poor. He doesn’t see an obvious slander stereotype against the Jews as antisemitic at all. He thinks it is merely “class struggle” and “it just happens that” the Jews are the richer classes.

Jeremy Corbyn is antisemitic without realizing how vitriolic he is. He is that guy who says: “I am not an antisemite, but…”. Like those guys who says, “I am not a racist/homophobic, but…”.

In October 2020, the EHRC (Equality and Human Rights Commission) published its report, finding that Corbyn’s Party was “responsible for unlawful acts of harassment and discrimination.” They found that there were at least 23 instances of political interference (mostly related to Jews) by staff from the Corbyn’s office and others and that Labour had breached the Equality Act in two cases. Corbyn’s name is included 12 times in the EHRC report.

Corbyn’s reaction? I will let him speak for himself:

“One antisemite is one too many, but the scale of the problem was also dramatically overstated for political reasons by our opponents inside and outside the party, as well as by much of the media.”

In other words: “Sorry, not sorry. You’re overreacting and being meanie to me”. Thankfully, Corbyn was dismissed from the party six minutes later. Of course, he blamed “powerful forces” for being ejected as the piece of shit he is.

I wonder what he means!

If you still think that I am overreacting, let’s talk about Corbyn’s Best Friends Forever: Hamas, which promised to genocide the Jews from the river to the sea, and Hezbollah, which share the same sentiments.

Despite those groups’ many war crimes, Corbyn said that classifying the groups as terrorist organizations was a “big, big historical mistake.” He feels that “Hamas has to be part of the debate.”

In 2009, on the eve of a conference Corbyn organized as a patron of the “Palestinian Solidarity Campaign,” he described it as an “honour” to welcome members of the terror group Hezbollah to parliament, adding that he had also invited Hamas militants who were blocked from attending by the Israelis.

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