I'm no fan of Corbyn, but the Brexit situation is far more complicated than that. I don't think that the man is up to any good, but for different reasons - while the "anti immigration" thing he was supposedly going to announce was anything but, he essentially fails entirely at holding the government and the Blairites to account (and as most of Labour's MPs are also Blairite and doing their best to sabotage their own party constantly, it's no surprise). I do feel a bit sorry for him, as the hugely right-wing media prefers to devote column inches and airtime to calling him scruffily dressed, or saying he didn't respect the war dead, or whether he found a seat on a train or not, rather than even mentioning what the Tories are doing ever.
Essentially, he focuses on the wrong things and is far too unfocused, thus turning off the majority of voters one way or another by chasing tangents. He would really need to hammer the Tories on what they are doing to the health service, the abuses in the welfare system, the continual sale of the country to foreign interests via privatisation, the Orwellian mass surveillance regime, and so on, but instead he's dithering about over issues that most voters either don't care about or know about enough to have an independent opinion on (solidarity for Palestine, which the media instantly calls anti-Semetic and has witch hunts launched) or actively disagree with because it's idealistic cloud cuckoo lander type stuff (maybe if we ask nicely, stop resisting, and negotiate with them, IS will lay down their arms).
Reminds me of crappy old Natalie Bennett of the Green Party, who made herself and the party a bit of a laughing stock in the debate by, on the topic of human rights, responding (paraphrased) "Human rights? What about animal rights?!" In short, the left - the actual left - would really need to begin by competing on issues that immediately apply to most people and pointing out just how bad things are with who pays taxes and who doesn't, the ideological nonsense of austerity, and so on. EDIT: What I'm saying, to clarify, is that they've allowed the far right to falsely claim the mantle of 'actually cares about people in this country', but not only that, with the far right's narrow definition of 'people in this country' excluding anyone who isn't a racist white person.
But right now, they're just seen as a bunch of people who won't stop appearing to be "self-hating", because of the focus on the welfare of people abroad, animals, disarmament for the UK because we're evil (but not for that trustworthy Mr Putin of course). I'm not against international aid, think that we should be taking lots of refugees, and am heavily in favour of animal rights, but I recognise that campaigning on these issues rather than the voters' welfare is not a way to be seen as anything other than 'loony left'. And Corbyn fails at that. To me, it's something we ought to focus on after we win, rather than trying to make things that people simply don't care about election issues.
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