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Friday, 2 June 2017

Jeremy Corbyn on Donald Trump




Now Marx, Castro, Lenin, Che Guevara, etc. are some people that Jeremy Corbyn loves. What about the people he hates? I don't mean the entire right-wing white working class: I'm talking individuals here. Forget Margaret Thatcher too. We know that Corbyn had a deep hate for her. What about President Trump?

Donald Trump was classed as a dictator - by people like Corbyn - less than a week after he became President. (That's strange anyway because Corbyn and other socialists love dictators; as long as they're socialists.) Since then, Americans much like Corbyn have been showing us - in a multitude of different ways - what they think of democracy. They don't like it! Or, at the least, they like it only when it goes the way they want it to go.

The following long quote (on Trump) has Corbyn sounding like the smug member of London's metropolitan elite that he is. He said:

I decided to invite Donald Trump on his visit to Britain to come with me to my constituency because he has problems with Mexicans and he has problems with Muslims, as you know my wife is Mexican and my constituency is very, very multi-cultural so what I was going to do was go down to the mosque with him and let him talk to people there.”

No, Jeremy Corbyn, Donald Trump has a problem with some Mexicans – the Mexican illegal immigrants and criminals within America's borders. Trump also has trouble with some Muslims. That's why he didn't ban all Muslims from every Muslim country. He has a problem with those Muslims who want to blow civilians up. He also has a problem with those Muslims who want to “destroy America and the West”. Does Corbyn have a problem with that?

Instead of taking Trump to the leafy professional, middle-class and largely Left-Liberal London suburb in which he lives, perhaps Corbyn can take him to the Muslim ghettoes of Birmingham, Bradford, Rotherham, Luton, etc. Perhaps he can show Trump the dozens of state schools which have been ethically cleansed of all whites. Perhaps he can take Trump to meet the hundreds of families that have been deeply effected by the Muslim sexual-grooming crisis – which is still ongoing. Perhaps he can take him to the many city mosques in which radical preachers spread their violent Islamic doctrines.

By the way, Trump's wife is foreign too – she's Slovenian. So Corbyn's Leftist smugness on this front leaves a nasty taste in the mouth.


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