WTF?! Clumsy Corbyn Compares “Labour Against Antisemitism” Speech to “Million Hour Long Wagner Opera!” FFS!

Flamboyantly PC bitter 60s throwback Jeremy ‘Jihadi Jez’ Corbyn (not to be confused with bitter 30s throwback Nick Griffin of a rival radical socialist party) has made a surprisingly uncharacteristic gaffe to complement his ‘Zionist Media Conspiracy,‘Jewish Privilege’ and ‘Interalised Goyphobia’ gaffes…

After virtue-attending a Labour Against Antisemitism speech, the well meaning rich white male Islington socialist attempted to find the cosy Blairite middle ground between antisemitism and anti-antisemitism by smugly noting (or at least, more as less as smugly as you can be when you always look half like a cornered feral ferret and half like like a scared rabbit caught in the headlights!):

Well if you’ll forgive me for saying so, this rather reminded me of some million hour long Wagner opera. A few snatches of brilliance, irretrievably buried beneath tons of impenetrable, turgid rambling. Still, I guess the opera ain’t over till the fat Jewish lesbian sings!

As the crowd descended in uproar at the clueless, tone-deaf race-baiting of Clumsy Corbyn, the confused Trot snorted:

Oh, well, do excuse me. Now I did assume that was the most intersectional way I could possibly have put it!

As the symphonic crescendo roared and surged against Labour’s usual antisemitic leitmotifs, Emily Thornberry shrilly shrieked like a wounded swan: Read more WTF?! Clumsy Corbyn Compares “Labour Against Antisemitism” Speech to “Million Hour Long Wagner Opera!” FFS!

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Bono & Peter Gabriel Slam Wagner: ‘Don’t Separate the Man from the Music’

Many music critics view Wagner’s music as problematic because of the composers’ anti-Semitic views. And yet, some argue that his classic works of opera are somehow separable from his hatred of the Jewish people.

However, not everyone agrees that this is a reasonable view; or in some cases, even a reasonable question to ask!

So, we’ve asked a couple of real music experts (not some pathetic, pedantic, mainstream, dusty old music critics), to give their two (million) cents worth on this one. Read more Bono & Peter Gabriel Slam Wagner: ‘Don’t Separate the Man from the Music’

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