At Massive London Protest, Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn Trashes Trump, Calls for ‘World of Justice Not Division’

At Massive London Protest, Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn Trashes Trump, Calls for ‘World of Justice Not Division’

Uniting the throngs gathered, Corbyn said, is “a wish to live in a world of peace not at war, a wish not to blame refugees for wars that they themselves are victims of, and a wish that we pursue the politics of unity, the politics of togetherness, the politics of recognizing the strengths and the good that is in each of us, however poor, however marginalized, however put-upon.”

Rather than politics of fear and austerity, he said, “We want human rights for the rest of the world, we want justice for the rest of the world. But above all,” he continued, “the message we give here today—in all our diversity—is one of solidarity of people, of people wanting that different and better world.”

He said that “when we divide ourselves by xenophobia … when we divide ourselves by hatred, at the end of the day we all lose. When you unite together with common objectives, we can all win.”

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via Common Dreams At Massive London Protest, Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn Trashes Trump, Calls for ‘World of Justice Not Division’