UK’s Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has blasted the Jewish-controlled western mainstream media’s coverage of recent terrorist attacks in Beirut and Ankara, arguing that they “got hardly any publicity” compared with Paris attack.
In an interview with Lorraine Kelly of ITV Corbyn accused British media of underplaying ISIL terrorist attacks in Lebanon and Turkey while portraying Paris attack as war on humanity. He said that “life is a life” whether it’s lost in Europe or in the Middle East.
“I think first of all what happened in Paris was appalling, this is a vibrant, multicultural city, young people of all faiths, and older people as well, all there together, and cultures, and this terrible thing happened,” Corbyn told Lorraine.
Corbyn also told Lorraine that airstrikes and military intervention will not bring about a solution. He insisted we need a political settlement in Syria to defeat ISIS – something which was suggested by Tehran three years ago.
I’m sure Corbyn knows the reason behind the British media’s double standards. First, the entire British mainstream media is owned by Zionist Jews. Second, the terrorist attacks in Ankara and Beirut, though have all marks of Israeli Mossad fingers, are not much useful for Israel to exploit, as none of the victims were Jewish or the damaged to some Jewish-owned property. Third, France is permanent member of the UNSC with veto power, French government of president Hollande is loaded with Zionist Jewish cabinet ministers, and France happens to be home to Europe’s largest Jewish community (500,000).
Like the terrorist attack at the Rothschild-owned Chalie Hebdo Netanyahu also tried to exploit the latest Paris theatre shooting to hide Israeli terrorism against Palestinians and neighboring Arab nations. He has called upon France and the other European nations help Israel to fight Arab terrorism.
Ex-French foreign minister Ronald Dumas has admitted that Zionist Jews control French government. He has also claimed that current war against Syrian president Bashar al-Assad was planned two years before the Arab Spring: Made in USA.