December 13, 2019

CONSIDER THE POSSIBILITY THAT, AS WITH 2016, YOU DON’T REALLY UNDERSTAND WHAT’S GOING ON:

But the short answer is that there’s not actually a big market for kooky far-left anti-semitic whackadoos outside the academic world. In fact, the great mass of the public worldwide rejects the ideas of the academic-supported left, and votes against them when it is allowed to. For which we should all be grateful.

Flashback: Britain’s Jeremy Corbyn: I got my ideas from Bernie Sanders.

Plus, some explanatory thoughts from Arthur Chrenkoff. “With both the mainstream and the social media full of jubilation or alternatively tears about the British general election results, let me sound a characteristic Daily Chrenk note of caution: what we have witnessed yesterday was the most left-wing Labour leader since Clement Atlee being defeated by the most left-wing Tory leader since Ted Heath. It’s the testament to the crazy times we live in – not to mention how far left the left has moved – that Boris Johnson is considered some sort of a hard right populist xenophobe. The reality is quite different.”

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