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:
The public sees through the smears.
Change is coming.
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