Stunning unearthed footage from 2006 settles Corbyn’s record on antisemitism

Speech in Westminster’s Central Hall shows Corbyn standing in solidarity with Jewish people against victimisation by media and society. Tweet by discoverer of footage says “The Establishment wants people to believe this man hates Jews”.
Jeremy Corbyn in 2002

Unearthed footage of a Jeremy Corbyn speech in London in 2006 provides a stunning response to attempts by media and the Establishment to portray Jeremy Corbyn as antisemitic.

The speech, delivered in Westminster’s Central Hall, addresses the way in which the UK Establishment and media have always pilloried immigrants and ethnic groups for discrimination and attack – often leading to physical attack.

And the first people with whom he stands in solidarity were Jewish immigrants fleeing persecution in Russia, who were targeted for years by the media and subjected to persistent discrimination:

Twitter user @iibdem, who discovered the footage, commented in his tweet:

Does this man sound like a racist to you?

Labour is the party that stands shoulder to shoulder with those under attack – and its leader exemplifies that.

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