Smear we go again: ‘soft-left’ journos ignore Enoch open-goal for fact-free Corbyn attack

Posted: October 10, 2016 in Uncategorized

As recently as this saturday, AM Lynn Neagle and NEC appointee Alun Davies used an open facebook forum to attack Jeremy Corbyn, just days after his 2nd leadership election victory in 12 months.
Here is a senior Labour AM sowing anti-leadership dissent on social media!
“Lynne Neagle he is going to destroy us.
Like · Reply · 6 · 8 October at 21:14”

“Lynne Neagle How exactly is addressing an SWP rally promoting unity please?
Like · Reply · 1 · 8 October at 21:58”

“Alun Davies Gez – unity is not served a la carte. The leader needs to play his part as well. And to date there is little evidence of him doing so.
Like · Reply · 4 · 8 October at 21:34”

And while these damaging conversations go on, the Blairite wing of Labour in Wales allow favourable comparisons of May & Enoch Powell to go unchallenged!
What an appalling situation – they should be ashamed. They should be, but they see nothing wrong.
If Welsh Labour lose seats it won’t be because of Jeremy Corbyn, it’ll be because of self-regarding nonsense like this from careerists in the Cardiff Bay talking shop.


Smear we go again.

Since Jeremy Corbyn was first elected Labour leader just over a year ago, either the right-wing media or, worse, the right-wing ‘left’ have desperately flung mud at him in the hope that something might stick.

The nature of these smears tells you everything you need to know about the motives of those behind them. Jeremy Corbyn’s impeccable record of standing up against racism, for human rights generally and of being on the right side of history on issues like the invasion of Iraq mean that a frontal assault on his policies and ethics is doomed to failure.

He’s still, as far as I know, the only serving MP ever to be arrested for an act of protest, for demonstrating outside the South African embassy in 1984, long before anti-apartheid views were mainstream:


The smear tactic

So the tactic of his opponents is one of ‘smear by association’…

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