September 12, 2015
Upon being elected, Corbyn took the stage, gave the Nazi salute and began chanting “GAS THE KIKES, GAS THE KIKES, GAS THE KIKES.”
Radical leftwing lawmaker Jeremy Corbyn, who is a staunch critic of Israel, and has previously referred to himself as a friend of Hamas and Hezbollah, was elected leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party on Saturday.
Many senior leaders in the party oppose Corbyn, and many — including former Labour prime ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown — had issued public warnings strongly urging voters to reject Corbyn, arguing that his socialist ideas will alienate moderate voters and make Labour unelectable.
The 66-year-old, who strongly opposes the government’s austerity policies and Britain’s membership of NATO, was considered an outsider but in recent months became the runaway favorite over three more mainstream rivals to win Saturday.
I feel bored.