Don’t believe the warmongers on Jeremy Corbyn; get your story straight

Did everybody enjoy the Jeremy Corbyn interview, conducted by Andrew Neil on BBC television on May 26?

But didn’t Mr Neil bang on and on about Mr Corbyn’s assertion that the UK’s foreign adventures, over the last couple of decades, have created more problems for us than they have solved.

What about the fact that he won the Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award in 2013? Why is that brushed aside by those who need us to believe the lie that Mr Corbyn supported terrorism (he never did)?

What about the fact that so many of Mr Neil’s claims were untrue, Eoin Clarke had to put together an infographic to put them all straight:

See this, also:

And let’s not forget that the current (Conservative) foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, also agrees with Mr Corbyn:

So, who doesn’t agree with Mr Corbyn?

Answer: Anybody who would rather vote Conservative than in accordance with the facts.

You should vote Labour on June 8 – for the sake of national security.

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6 thoughts on “Don’t believe the warmongers on Jeremy Corbyn; get your story straight

  1. NMac

    Jeremy Corbyn is absolutely spot on with his observations about British foreign policy, but it goes back much further than just two decades. British interference in Middle Eastern affairs really began just over 100 years ago when oil was discovered in Mesopotamia and Britain invaded that country (now Iraq) for the first time. It was about oil then and it still is now.

  2. Stu

    Most Politicians spout pointless rhetotic and platitudes highlighting the problems but offering no solution.
    Corbyn has for many years offered a possible soultion but was ignored.

    “Follow the money” – ask yourselves who has the most to lose through peace, goodwill and harmony?

  3. Dez

    I felt that with the amount of back digging from way back in JCs past Neil he was looking for an interviewers dream ticket win in public. Unfortunately he was late so many other Con interviewers had been there and done it and failed. To much time wasted on muck raking and very little on all the positive and great changes in the pipeline. Peston today, also trying the same tried and lost questions so much so it was becoming very boring….are they all singing off a Tory song sheet that was prepared by the dark forces for all these lazy me to interviewers.

  4. Martin

    With a more plausible leader I really believe Labour might have won the coming election after May’s gaffs and poor performance. Surely everybody can see that may is a brittle, incompetent, hollow vessel neither strong nor stable and completely untrustworthy? And yet she’s going to win! Tragic really.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Why do you think she’s going to win? Will YOU be voting for her?
      I don’t know anybody who will.

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