Jeremy Corbyn should sue Nigel Farage over this outrageous falsehood

Stranglehold: The signer was actually interpreting a comment in a previous Nigel Farage TV appearance, but it works equally well to describe feelings across the nation at this right-wing mouthpiece’s misrepresentation of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

The reason other politicians keep smearing Jeremy Corbyn with false accusations of anti-Semitism is that he keeps letting them get away with it.

Mr Corbyn’s attitude is that, if it isn’t hurting people other than himself, he’s big enough not to worry about it.

The problem with that is that it harms his supporters, who are also smeared with the same allegation; they may be said to be supporting an anti-Semite.

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Nigel Farage has appeared on GB News, saying the following:

This Writer knows of no occasion when Mr Corbyn has ever suggested that “the Jews run the world”, and I think Farage should be dragged into a courtroom to explain exactly why he said such a thing.

Sadly, I doubt Mr Corbyn will be bothered – and in this failure he is letting us all down.

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  1. Tony February 29, 2024 at 1:40 pm - Reply

    Corbyn did sue someone. Should consider doing so again.

    • Mike Sivier February 29, 2024 at 8:03 pm - Reply

      He did, but that was for the reason I described – somebody else was clearly being harmed by what the other person had said.

  2. Mike February 29, 2024 at 7:34 pm - Reply

    Back when I thought this septic isle had a chance of a government that may just have thrown away the shackles of corruption under Corbyn’s management, I remember a huge fund to which I donated quite generously, but I never got to find out what that fund was eventually used for. No doubt Jeremy would have put it to a good cause. I wish he’d used it to quell the dirty smears made against him by so many, which has still been going on in the HoC this week.

  3. Martyn March 3, 2024 at 7:05 am - Reply

    Corbyn left himself open to attack , when he didn’t take all the liars, slanderers and defamers to court and sued them for every penny they had, when he was labour leader.

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