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Jeremy Corbyn isn’t anti-war. He’s just anti-West

And his inability to state his true beliefs defines his leadership of the Labour party

21 November 2015

9:00 AM

21 November 2015

9:00 AM

Before the bodies in Paris’s restaurants were cold, Jeremy Corbyn’s Stop the War Coalition knew who the real villains were — and they were not the Islamists who massacred civilians. ‘Paris reaps whirlwind of western support for extremist violence in Middle East’ ran a headline on its site. The article went on to say that the consequence of the West’s ‘decades-long, bipartisan cultivation of religious extremism will certainly be more bloodshed, more repression and more violent intervention’.

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