Jeremy Corbyn: Defending ALL Minorities, or Selected Minorities?

Anyone who doesn’t see the world with red-tinted glasses would already know what a hypocrite and two-faced person Jeremy Corbyn is. It’s really fascinating how Leftists who view the world with their red-tinted glasses elevate this shameless man into a position of godhood and literally worship him at his feet.

One of the claims that Leftists make about Jeremy Corbyn is he’s a staunch defender of the rights of minority groups in the UK, and how he seeks to unite the British people through love and tolerance, which can only be achieved by pandering to minorities while systematically blaming all White, Christian Conservatives for every woe minorities suffer.

Yet, this “defender of minority rights” seems to be very selective when it comes to which minority group he defends. A man who claims to stand up for minorities is quick to send out well-wishing tweets to Muslims for the festivals of Eid Mubarak and Eid Al-Adha and the Hindu festival of Diwali whereas a deafening silence can be heard for the Jewish festival of Yom Kippur.

Isn’t it perplexing that a man who is quick to blame Whites, Christians and Conservatives for everything bad that is happening in the UK right now, can display such a deliberate act of biasedness and hypocrisy, and somehow gets away with it, every single time? Are Jews not worth your time at all to compose one well-wishing tweet for Yom Kippur? To be honest, I am very surprised he even bothered composing a well-wishing tweet for Diwali, and I would like to take the credit for that, as I’ve been bombarding his Twitter days before Diwali, and I guess his PR team picked up on that.

If a Conservative claim to defend minorities while being selective on which minority to send well wishes to, the Leftists would be out in the streets and rioting. Hold on a minute, majority of the Leftists are as anti-semitic as their cult leader so I guess rioting is off the cards in that particular scenario.

Any Labour voter or Commie Corbyn’s comrade care to explain why there was no well-wishing tweet for Yom Kippur whereas Eid Mubarak, Eid Al-Adha and Diwali were given this privilege? After all, standing up for minorities means standing up for ALL minorities, not standing up for certain minorities as long as it fits our political agenda.

If no one bothers to come up with an explanation, can I conclude that the Labour Party places Jews at the bottom of the minority list? Isn’t that tantamount to… Anti-Semitism…? I seem to recall a certain political party in 1940s Germany practising the same thing. And Leftists have the cheek to call anyone who wants stricter immigration controls “Nazis”. I guess this is a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black.

TheMelancholicGuy

 

 

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