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  1. The Cloaked Gaijin Member

    You say that Jeremy Corbyn was the most Lefty politician years ago, and that his elevation to leadership would never happen in the United States.

    However, wasn’t Obama the most Lefty senator when he ran, and John Kerry was the most Lefty senator when he ran? Obama had his Bill Ayers/Reverend Wright-type connections. Kerry had his unique rather unique anti-Vietnam War connections for a veteran which were not supported by his Swift Boat colleagues.

    Have that many Democrats really condemned the anti-Semitism today especially on college campuses which have turned such institution into shameful, cowardly places of anti-intellectualism?

    Obama himself seemed to take a harder and harder stance against Israel as the years went on with even Senator Schumer not supporting the Iran deal.

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    • November 28, 2019, at 1:50 AM PST
  2. Taras Coolidge

    In the US, Jews will continue to outnumber Muslims for a few more decades.

    By contrast, in the UK, Muslims outnumber Jews by a factor of five and rising.

    In other words, anti-Semitism is much more viable politically in the UK than here.

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    • December 1, 2019, at 12:23 PM PST
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