Sunday, 11 December 2016

A question that the BBC won't ever ask?

'If Naz Shah and Jeremy Corbyn continually claim that they are not antisemitic, what is their explanation for hanging out with and obviously enjoying the company of those that are?

You'd think it might occur to someone at the BBC to at least ask the question. After all the BBC spends so much air time speculating on the motives and misdemeanours of other politicians, it seems odd of the BBC not to at least seek Laura Kuenssberg's opinion on the matter.'

More including the most recent examples of who Jeremy Corbyn and Naz Shah choose to appear alongside here in an article by Sue.

Some other related questions for the BBC:
Why do so many on the left ally themselves with hard line Islamists?
What connects socialism with Islamists?
Is antisemitism excused by the behaviour of Israel?
If it is then is Islamophobia excused by the behaviour of ISIS, Hamas, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda, Al Shabab, Iran, Saudi Arabia etc etc etc?

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