“Jeremy Corbyn can talk with a genuine moral authority. He is certainly not a great orator, but sincere and fluent,” Craig Murray, former British ambassador to Uzbekistan, said on August 14, 2015.
The UK’s Labour Party leadership contender, Jeremy Corbyn, broke his silence on Channel4 News first time since the UK’s top Israeli propagandist, Jewish Chronicle, made ridiculous Jew-hating allegations against him (here).
The Labour leadership frontrunner said: “I have no contact now whatsoever with Paul Eisen and Deir Yassin Remembered. I did attend a number of events concerning Deir Yassin Remembered some years ago, I think two or three of them.” Corbyn said that at that time he didn’t know Paul Eisen was a Holocaust denier, otherwise I had not associated with him. Watch interview below.
Paul Eisen doesn’t deny Holocaust. He doesn’t even question the Zionists’ unproven estimate of Six Million – but he, like Finkelstein and Ahmadinejad, did say that Holocaust has been politicized by the Organized Jewry to counter the criticism of Jewish power. In fact, the one of the real Holocaust deniers is David Cole, the Jewish founder of Republican Party Animals, who claims that Holocaust is based on fakes, frauds and forgeries.
Paul Eisen was born into a British Jewish family. He is very proud of his Jewish faith even though he doesn’t practice it the way his rabbi might have told him to do. I consider him one of the few ‘Righteous Jews’. I know him through his blog which has been blanked since the Jewish Chronicle has connected Corbyn with him.
As one of directors of Deir Yassin Remembered, Paul Eisen brought awareness of Israeli and Jewish crimes against Palestinians.
Last year, Paul Eisen even announced formation of Jews for Justice for Germans.
Israeli-born British author and musician, Gilad Atzmon, has called Paul Eisen, The Kingmaker. “You may agree with Eisen or you may not, but his humanist and critical approach qualifies him to be Labour kingmaker. We can only thank British Jews and their forceful media to position Paul Eisen exactly where he belongs,” he said.
Dr. David Duke, who interviewed Paul Eisen last year, has this to say: “Paul Eisen is a courageous Jew struggling to come to terms with the enormous implications of Being Jewish, an exceedingly brave and honest individual conflicted, yet pursuing truth wherever it leads!”