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 Post subject: Corbyn's Pilgrimage
PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 6:46 pm 
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To place wreaths at the graves of the vile terrorists who carried out the 1972 Olympic massacres on Israeli athletes. All captured on film. Surprised that we've had no comments about this yet.

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Why not make up a story about it? Everyone else has.

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What were the terrorists names - I thought all the ones who carried out the Israeli massacre were buried outside Tunisia?

Corbyn says he attended an event in Tunis to commemorate victims of an Israeli air attack on the Palestine Liberation Organisation headquarters in October 1985.


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They were buried in Libya but the truth does not matter to the right wing fools.

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There's been a co-ordinated attack on Corbyn by the right wing and centrist media for a long time now - they are terrified he will win power and polls show that he might. Especially as Brexit is a debacle.


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He has been misquoted over and over again but the neanderthals will believe all the bullshit.

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One of the reasons why many intelligent young people are rejecting the old media and getting news from online sources which aren't owned by a few hyper wealthy individuals with offshore funds. They get it.


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Shame some of the older ones don't do this.

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AAV gave a handy summation of the truth of this matter after the hideous Chris Grayling effectively libelled Corbyn on Today this morning. Here it is in full:

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On the BBC Radio 4 Today programme the Tory government minister Chris Grayling told an absolute whopper of a lie about Jeremy Corbyn. Unsurprisingly the Today programme presenters didn't think to call Grayling out on his lie, they just left it there, further rotting away the BBC's own shockingly degraded reputation, as well as his.

The lie Grayling resorted to was a claim that "Jeremy Corbyn attended the funeral of terrorists" in Tunisia.

Here are the actual facts:

At the invitation of the Tunisian Prime Minister in 2014, Jeremy Corbyn attended a remembrance ceremony for the victims of an Israeli terrorist atrocity (the 1985 bombing of the Palestinian government in exile in Tunis that was even condemned by Margaret Thatcher at the time).

The event was not a "funeral" in any way shape or form because nobody was buried there on the day Corbyn visited.

None of the eight terrorists who carried out the Munich attack are even buried in Tunisia, let alone in the graveyard Jeremy Corbyn visited (five are buried in Libya, two in unknown graves after being assassinated by the Israelis, and one was last seen in hiding in 1999).

There is no evidence that the Black September members who were buried in the graveyard in 1992 were "terrorists" or Munich "plotters" as alleged in the shockingly dishonest Daily Mail front page that kicked off this latest anti-Corbyn smear campaign.

If Israel did have any evidence whatever of their involvement in the Munich plot, then perhaps they should have arrested them and put them on trial, rather than carrying out an extrajudicial assassination?

In light of these basic facts, Grayling's accusation that "Jeremy Corbyn attended the funeral of terrorists" is clearly highly inaccurate and defamatory.

Even by the utterly debased standards of British political discourse, you can't just accuse people of attending the funeral of terrorists with no factual justification whatever.

And even considering Grayling's stupidity, you would have thought that he would have learned the lesson that baselessly slandering your political opponents is an unwise move after Ben Bradley's mega-viral apology Tweet over the Czech spy nonsense (still the most viral Tory Tweet of 2018 by far!).

In my view Jeremy Corbyn should instruct his lawyers to offer Chris Grayling the chance to avoid legal action by making a public apology for his defamatory statement (perhaps in the form of a Ben Bradley type "please retweet" apology from an official Tory party account) and a significant donation to a Israeli-Palestinian peace organisation.

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 Post subject: Re: Corbyn's Pilgrimage
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But these guys had been dead and buried for years! What planet is he on? https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... ath-laying
Extracted from above: Corbyn said “a wreath was indeed laid” for “some of those who were killed in Paris in 1992” and added in response to a question: “I was present at that wreath-laying, I don’t think I was actually involved in it.” Oh dear!

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Honi soit qui mal y pense.

The tories are scared witless of a general election, and their mouthpieces the right-wing media, are scraping about to find anything they can to discredit Jeremy Corbyn.

Time will tell if their tactics pay off! We are still remembering the £350 million a week for the NHS lie, aren't we?

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The Right must be really worried. I assume this has come out of a Get Corbyn file and they are already having to go back four years to try and smear him, mainly through lies and twisted truths. How much more have they got in their armoury?

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lol ....wait ...fake news ....?

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What a sad grey world some people inhabit.

Despite all the evidence, in so many countries, that has been in front of their eyes for the WHOLE of their adult lives, they still fanatically believe in policies that have - always - resulted in misery, poverty and horror.

Just those few short years in the 1970s put old hard NO-Labour out, for decades.


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And yet Labour are ahead in the polls. Perhaps some think it's rampant neo-liberalism that causes the poverty and misery.


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Anya wrote:
in policies that have - always - resulted in misery, poverty and horror.

A perfect example of Tory rule, 2010 - 2018!

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And yet Labour are ahead in the polls. Perhaps some think it's rampant neo-liberalism that causes the poverty and misery.

Or belief in "put the Great back in Great Britain"

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"Did Mr Corbyn lay a wreath?"


"Yes. Mr Corbyn has confirmed he did lay a wreath, saying this was for those who died in the 1985 bombing."

"But critics have pointed out that a photograph from the event appears to show him standing opposite the graves of Atef Bseiso and Salah Khalaf, two senior PLO officers who were accused of links to the Munich attack and were assassinated."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-45196409

"Atef Bseiso was killed in Paris in 1992, and Salah Khalaf was assassinated in Tunisia in 1991." both of them were instigators of the Munich Murders..

If he was that concerned, why then did he silence Holocaust survivor and had Jewish protesters thrown out of anti-Israel meeting?

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/20 ... rotesters/

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Has it ever been proved those men were behind the Munich murders?

When you visit a graveyard to pay respects to someone, can we assume you must sympathise with and respect everyone else buried there?

Are you aware that others at the speaker meeting in 2010 dispute the version of events in the Telegraph article? They say the police removed protestors who were causing disruption. In particular they wanted to argue with an anti-Zionist speaker who compared some of Israel's actions to the Nazis. The man concerned is also a Jewish holocaust survivor. Corbyn makes it clear that when he attends meetings they often have a range of views presented and attendance obviously doesn't mean agreement with them all.


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He's a liability to your beloved Labour party, so keep him leader I say.


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I guess if Corbynisky ever becomes prime minister, it will be exactly what lefties deserve.

There was dancing on the Tube when Tiny Bleeeeaaaagh was elected, That went really well.


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Anya wrote:
I guess if Corbynisky ever becomes prime minister, it will be exactly what lefties deserve.

There was dancing on the Tube when Tiny Bleeeeaaaagh was elected, That went really well.


But not so good for the rest of us in either instance.


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Anya wrote:
I guess if Corbynisky ever becomes prime minister, it will be exactly what lefties deserve.


Corbyn supporters know his policies - that's why they support him.


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