Insouciant Western People wrote:Copehead wrote:Well lets start with the anti-semitic tropes about stateless people that the Conservative leader Theresa May made in a conference speech when Miliband was labour leader and move from there shall we.
That was May making a speech that if Corbyn had made it would have lead to widespread demands for his immediate resignation for anti-semitism.
Is may and anti-semite? Doubtful, but when Labour had a Jewish leader she made sure she included anti-semitic dog whistles in her conference speech.
There's some appalling stuff documented in that link, and it's absolutely right that the Conservatives should get hammered for it.
I can't see anything relating to a speech by May when Miliband was leader though. When did she make the speech, and what was the content?
I have posted a link to it earlier in the thread it was when she was Home Sec and it was to conferenceand Vince Cable likened it to something out of Mein Kampf. Miliband, typically, made nothing of it; his problem was he was too nice for modern politics. I think Corbyn is too, he thinks if he is fair and rational then his opponents will be as well.
The Tories and their media have taken the American path where there can be no compromise with your opponents or even the idea that you treat each other honestly. It will destroy politics in this country and polarise the nation as it has done in the States, that cannot be a good thing.