On Thursday 10th December, British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn attended a dinner organised by the Stop the War Coalition (StWC). Corbyn has long been associated with StWC, and until very recently was it’s chairman.
There was a small protest outside the building where the dinner was held, attended by, among others, the human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, and the drone supporter James Bloodworth.
(Tatchell, centre; Bloodworth, right)
Tatchell et al allege that StWC have been insufficiently critical of the Assad regime, and Russia’s bombing of Syria. While it is true that StWC’s activism hasn’t been focused on the Assad regime and Russia, I personally don’t see much of a problem with that. The job of anti-war activists in the U.K. should be to, first and foremost, stop the wars being waged by the U.K. regime.
Tatchell himself claims to be against all bombing in Syria. As here:
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