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The Sentinel - - LETTERS - CHRIS BAR­TON LONGTON

He was recorded, for Jon Heal and oth­ers still to hear and see, say­ing that Zion­ists ‘do not un­der­stand British irony, de­spite hav­ing lived in the UK for a very long time’.

Sim­i­larly, his call­ing Ha­mas ‘friends’ de­spite its 1988 Char­ter stat­ing that Jews ‘with their money, they took con­trol of the world me­dia, news agen­cies, the press, pub­lish­ing houses, broad­cast­ing sta­tions’.

Ditto his hold­ing the wreath at the com­mem­o­ra­tion for in­di­vid­u­als be­hind the Mu­nich Olympic mas­sacre.

Why did Mr Cor­byn apol­o­gise to the Board of Deputies of British Jews for anti-semitism in the Labour Party if there isn’t any?

Mr Heal quotes Lenin’s dic­tum that ‘a lie told of­ten enough be­comes the truth’.

In­deed, and at the risk of fur­ther of­fend­ing my op­po­nent’s sen­si­tiv­i­ties, there are none so blind as those who won’t see.

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