LETTERS Corbyn shows his contempt for Britain

Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons, London. PA Wire
Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons, London. PA Wire
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So Jeremy Corbyn has shown his true colours. He stood, stone-faced, hands by his side and remained silent whilst everybody else sung our national anthem.

You notice I say “our national anthem”, as the national anthem is a gesture of your allegiance to our nation, something that Corbyn obviously hasn’t got.

Whether he is a royalist or not,that doesn’t alter the fact that he as a politician, should set an example to us all by singing it.

In many things in life, you have to do things that you sometimes do not agree with.

Corbyn is supposed to kneel before the Queen, kiss her hand, and promise to be a loyal servant, just so he can get his hands on several million pounds of state cash when he becomes a member of the Privy Council.

This guy is truly an enigma. He is intent on asserting many of his own views on us all, and yet he is meant to be a politician of the working man.

His views on mass immigration and some of the problems it causes clash shockingly with the views of many working class people.

He states that the shortage of housing and school places, partly exacerbated by high immigration is the fault solely of the government for not building more schools and houses.

What he and most politicians doesn’t understand is that high immigration affects mostly the working classes, “the ordinary working man or woman”, and rarely causes a headache for the richer upper classes.

It is not Corbyn’s circle or indeed Cameron’s circle who will endure people from other lands struggling to conform to our culture, instead choosing to live as they did in their own land,creating mini ghettos.

People may think that ghetto sounds a tad overdramatic, but my dad said something very interesting the other day that I had never noticed. We were talking about immigration, and he stated that if you now walk from Firth Park, down to Page Hall, up Burngreave Road to Spital Hill, and down through the Wicker to Waingate, you will rarely hear a word of English being spoken or see an English shop sign. Now that is 2.8 miles, quite a long way.

Of course that would probably thrill Corbyn, who thinks multiculturalism is wonderful.

Perhaps him not singing our national anthem truly shows his contempt for all things British. His love of multiculturalism is probably a way of wiping the very culture he hates the most, our own off the face of the earth.

Matthew Hobson

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