Jeremy Corbyn

UK Labour Party Leadership Candidate Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘Long-standing Links’ With Notorious Holocaust Denier

Paul Eisen, the self-professed Holocaust denier, has given Jeremy Corbyn his support in an extraordinary blog post in which he says that he has been close to the Labour leadership contender for more than 15 years.

‘One evening 15 years ago I cycled over to see [Corbyn],’ he writes. ‘I was just beginning to establish Deir Yassin Remembered [a controversial, pro-Palestinian pressure group] in the UK and I wanted him to join.

‘I’d hardly begun my feverishly-rehearsed pitch before his cheque book was on the table.

‘From that day on, without fuss or bother, whether DYR was flavour-of-the-month or the maggot-at-the-bottom-of-the-food-chain, he attended every single Deir Yassin commemoration.’

I stumbled across Paul Eisen’s blog a couple of years ago. He is whacked.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    It would be suicide for Labour to make Corbyn its leader.

    • Martin B

      That’s why I hope they do it. Bring on the Holocaust-denying Lenin-lover! Go UKIP!

    • tom_billesley

      The conjunction of Mahomet and Marx.
      Telegraph & Argus 7 August 2015

      A Bradford Labour MP drew rousing applause tonight as he introduced fellow MP Jeremy Corbyn as “the next leader of the Labour Party and the next Prime Minister.”
      Imran Hussain, MP for Bradford East, told an open-air rally of around 500 people in the city that it was time the party had a leader who was “not frightened to stand up against ideological cuts” imposed by the Government.

      Mr Hussain said he recognised many faces in the crowd, including people who had “moved away from the (Labour) movement, for good reasons, such as illegal wars.”

      East Leeds Labour MP Richard Burgon, also a Mr Corbyn backer, told the rally that the Labour Party “can be a practical vehicle for real change.” He said: “The free market madness that has ruled the roost since 1979 has failed us. More of the same is not an option.”

      There were shouts of ‘yeah’ and applause as he asked supporters to continue campaigning regardless of the leadership result.
      “We want our party back. We want our movement back. We want hope back,” he said.

  • krystallnacht

    muh hollowhoax and muh six bazillion and muh blah blah blah ad nauseum

  • Bill Williams

    Whacked? Sounds like a logical argument to me. What about the non Jewish victims? I’ve never heard of any reparations for them.

    “In 2009, Israeli Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz
    announced that he will demand a further €450 million to €1 billion in
    reparations from Germany on behalf of some 30,000 Israeli forced labor
    survivors.[13] As of 2013 no agreement has been reached.[citation needed] Israel has also sought large discounts on the purchase of two German-built MEKO warships.[14] Israel has also received two Dolphin-class submarine
    for free from Germany, along with substantial discounts on two others,
    and has two more on order for a total of six as of December 2012.”

    Talk about chutzpah.

    • Minicapt

      Have you ever considered why your siblings claim you are an only child?


    • Destroyer-Drone

      “What about the non Jewish victims? I’ve never heard of any reparations for them.”

      It’s only because any serious investigation of non-german reparations would shake your soul to the core.

      Britain expelled a whole community of parasitical German settlers who were rapidly morphing into generic nazis in the Mandate of Palestine back in 1939. Off to Australia they went.

      Who paid the bill for the expulsion? No, not Britain. Israel did, around 20 years after those events took place.

      But it’s all a big Zionist conspiracy huh?

      • Bill Williams

        As Paul Pillar, the CIA’s former national intelligence officer for the Near East and South Asia, told Newsweek,
        old habits are hard to break: Zionists were dispatching spies to
        America before there even was an Israel, to gather money and materials
        for the cause and later the fledgling state. Key components for Israel’s
        nuclear bombs were clandestinely obtained here. “They’ve found creative
        and inventive ways,” Pillar said, to get what they want.
        oy vey!

        Can’t wait to see the celebration of Pollard’s return. I’m sure it will be kept low key so not to offend.

        • tom_billesley

          They’re creative and inventive? So not fair.

        • Destroyer-Drone

          Alright I get it, you’re just like the other fruitcakes who have taken over YouTube, Google+ and much of the internet.

          You wondered about non-jewish victims, and I give you a case where krauts were victims of British wrongdoing (and beneficiaries of Israeli reparation) for a good laugh.
          And now you just vomit some random quote out of nowhere, hmm, I’m disappointed to be honest.

          Funny you mention Pollard though, when Israel gets to spy on the US bureaucracy, you yanks lock up the poor sod for almost 30 years, something you’ve seldom (correction: NEVER) done for more treacherous spies. But when you send a spy ship in the middle of a war zone and refuse proposals for help (USS Liberty), you get bombed and then receive millions in compensation for the incident.

          More compensation? Hang on, I thought Jews never paid anything! Hahah! Must be another Zionist plot I tell ya!

          Oy vey indeed, although I only seem to hear this expression coming out of the mouths of ersatz krauts like you. Strange world isn’t it?

          Ahh, I see, Daily Stormer huh? Why don’t you fuck off back there?

          Sick of arguing with retards.

          • Bill Williams

            Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed in the electric chair at sundown on June 19, 1953

          • Destroyer-Drone

            That is correct. Glad we could clear the fact that Pollard isn’t the sickest puppy out there.

          • Bill Williams

            Have to admit I’m really jealous of Israel’s immigration policy.

          • Destroyer-Drone

            You shouldn’t, over one and a half million palestinian muslims have full Israeli citizenship, and they love their country to death. *Cough*