Really is a contemptible coward
Moya Lothian McLean said:Keir doesn’t particularly stand for anything. Instead, his tenure as Labour leader has so far been marked by profound cowardice and fence-sitting.
Keir’s responses to these issues are all of the same ilk. First, there is conspicuous silence, amid rising tensions and pleas for leadership. Eventually, he breaks that silence with a tepid statement that pleases no one on either side of the divide. He does not lead proactively; he reacts, passively.
Prediction: this will go absolutely nowhere.Lol, the comments thread is pretty much exactly what you'd expect, complete with dark mutterings about "Rothschilds" and some dude who thinks even Novara itself was part of the grand cosmic anti-Corbyn conspiracy:
That's probably true, but as my Palestinian mate pointed out the other day, Ol' Pigfucker getting back into cabinet politics as Foreign Sec is, bizarrely, not the worst thing that could have happened:normal people don't go into politics.
New foreign secretary David Cameron has previously called Gaza “a prison camp” and has criticised Israel’s ”illegal” settlements in Palestinian territory.
On a visit to Turkey in 2010 the former Conservative prime minister said: “Gaza cannot and must not be allowed to remain a prison camp.”
This guy didnt say its part of a cosmic conspiracy though did he. He said Novara "played a role in giving credence to the idea Corbyn allowed racism into the party" which is actually true, i remember their coverage at the time. They were soft on the fake antisemitism crisis.Lol, the comments thread is pretty much exactly what you'd expect, complete with dark mutterings about "Rothschilds" and some dude who thinks even Novara itself was part of the grand cosmic anti-Corbyn conspiracy: