Glastonbury screening of Oh, Jeremy Corbyn film is a success

Surging: documentary Oh, Jeremy Corbyn: The Big Lie is enjoying a surge in popularity after a screening at Glastonbury Festival was cancelled due to pressure from, it’s believed, the so-called ‘Israel lobby’.

Controversial documentary Oh, Jeremy Corbyn: The Big Lie was screened at Glastonbury Festival on Thursday (June 22, 2023), despite the organisers’ decision to cancel it – and was a big success.

As described on This Site yesterday, the screening took place in the Speakers Forum, Green Futures – and the video evidence shows a packed tent, full of people who wanted the facts:

Critics have attacked the screening – and the film – any way they can, with claims that it’s anti-Semitic (it isn’t; lawyers for the festival made that clear before the decision to cancel the screening, meaning the reason for the cancellation must have been something different, despite the protestations of the festival’s organisers), and with claims that it shows socialists/left-wingers are backward-looking, examining why a former Labour leader failed instead of looking forward (because these critics don’t like the idea of anyone knowing what really happened, perhaps).

In fact, we’re seeing what usually happens when powerful people with vested interests in hiding the truth take active steps to suppress it; people make sure they find out the facts anyway. In other words: the Streisand Effect.

(The actress Barbra Streisand had tried to suppress an aerial photograph of her Malibu home, but her attempts to do so merely brought the image further into public knowledge.)

More screenings are to take place at the festival, and (as a result of the fuss raised by the cancellation) across the UK.

The big question is: will it change anything?

This Writer’s can’t answer such a question.

Evidence that the Labour Party is corrupt and unduly influenced by a number of organisations, that are connected by their support for the Israeli government and their use of false anti-Semitism accusations to discredit anyone who opposes that government and in particular its persecution of Palestine and its citizens, may cause a backlash against Labour at the ballot box.

But if that only lumbers us with another Conservative government, then the UK will not be helped.

Voters here are literally caught between the devil and a deep blue swamp.

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1 thought on “Glastonbury screening of Oh, Jeremy Corbyn film is a success

  1. Dave Rowlands

    Nothing will come of exposing the lies and corruption because the elite and those in control will make sure voices aren’t heard. I have never understood why “Antisemitism” is such a powerful accusation where it overrides all other forms of racism and can actually destroy a persons livelihood just because of the accusation with no proof required, and why is it always, or seems to be to me, right wingers that accuse socialists of it? Is it because right wingers are racist anyway and isn’t news worthy?

    Just imagine how a lifelong anti racist is accused of racism and how much revenue this could generate for the accusers, accusing a racist of racism doesn’t generate the same response. Didn’t Thatcher say:

    “I always cheer up immensely if an attack is particularly wounding because I think, well, if they attack one personally, it means they have not a single political argument left.”

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