Reading Festival – more silent disco revellers break out in ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’

Two weeks ago, the SKWAWKBOX covered the world’s largest silent disco – at the Boardmasters festival in Cornwall – where a crowd of some 18,000 young people broke out spontaneously into the famous ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’ chant when the White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army started to play in their headphones.

The tribute signalled the bankruptcy and spent force of the smears continually flung by the Establishment and its media allies at the Labour leader.

Last weekend, another huge crowd dancers did the same – this time at the Reading Festival:

Familiarity has not lessened its impact – nor its significance, the the DJ at the event observed on Twitter:

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The public sees through the smears.

Change is coming.

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  1. A member of staff at a high school in Alan Duncan’s Tory constituency informs me that recently after the sixth form had heard the case put by all four parties, to the amazement of the staff 80% voted for Jeremy.

  2. Fantastic! This should be recognised and broadcasted by all media but they did not. All media lack of fairness and no longer they are considered trusted body. They will loose trust from people and bring chaos to the society.

  3. … and change is certainly needed.

    I see the UK is to receive a visit from Professor Philip Alston, a UN human rights rapporteur and extreme poverty investigator in November 2018.

    He will be investigating whether extreme poverty is an issue for people living here. He is currently looking for people to share their experiences of extreme poverty in the UK.


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