Why does Jeremy Corbyn STILL face constant attacks – with LIES – in the media?

One has to admire the resilience of the man.

More than two years after he retired from the leadership of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn is still bombarded with unsupported attacks on his character and behaviour.

We all know, now, that claims of rampant anti-Semitism within Labour during his leadership were lies. Accusations were confected for political reasons and were false.

Similarly, claims that he was a supporter of terrorist organisations like the IRA and Hamas were also lies; he is a pacifist and would never approve of the use of violence to achieve political ends.

But still the accusations fly – today, from client journalists like Olivia Utley of the Torygraph and a comedian called Matt Forde, on the BBC’s Politics Live.

Sadly, little attempt was made to balance their nonsense with factual evidence.

Anti-Semitism in the Labour Party was reduced during Mr Corbyn’s time as leader – and that was from a level lower than the national average or any other UK political party.

The investigation of the party by the Equality and Human Rights Commission was requested for political reasons and eventually reported that the party was not institutionally anti-Semitic.

Forde’s attacks on Bell Ribeiro-Addy, referring to the investigation, were misleading. I think he must have known this and question why he behaved in that manner. It surprises me that nobody at the BBC thought to question it in any way.

Perhaps This Writer can redress the balance here, with something the BBC broadcast a while ago:

It seems there’s at least one broadcaster there who still knows what a fact is.

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  1. The Toffee October 6, 2022 at 1:56 pm - Reply

    The beeb’s take on the Forde report I suppose??

    **Sorry, but someone else would’ve, if I hadn’t. The taxi’s on its way…😒

  2. Mr Colin C Glazebrook October 6, 2022 at 2:59 pm - Reply

    Matt Forde a comedian?

  3. andygarcia48 October 7, 2022 at 3:11 am - Reply

    Hi there,
    It seems to me that “they” are still scared of JC and the genie he released. Maybe they worry that he’ll start a new party so they are keeping the gullible electorate primed for another avalanche of BS? Maybe the Israeli Lobby is behind it? Who knows.
    Bunch of treacherous fools.

    I quote the final two stanzas of “The Masque of Anarchy” by Percy Bysshe Shelley following the Peterloo Massacre in 189.

    ‘And these words shall then become
    Like Oppression’s thundered doom
    Ringing through each heart and brain,
    Heard again – again – again –

    ‘Rise like Lions after slumber
    In unvanquishable number –
    Shake your chains to earth like dew
    Which in sleep had fallen on you –
    Ye are many – they are few.’

    Maybe they still fear the many?

    I really appreciate your output. Thank you.

  4. Tony October 7, 2022 at 11:49 am - Reply

    Matt Forde who self describes as a comedian.

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