Dialogue and Context these are two words many fail to get a grip off when discussing Corbyn and his misconceived connection with undesirables.
Jeremy Corbyn throughout his 30+ years of political life has always tried to go that extra mile in achieving peace indeed that is why he was awarded The Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award for 2013 which is not awarded lightly but rather nominees are well researched.
He goes that extra mile to open dialogue with those who seek to destroy that does not come easy and often takes some unusual moves but you cant take that away from him for trying as his aim has always been honourable.
During this election campaign I have witnessed much baloney accusing him of being a terrorist sympathizer nothing is further from the truth if it was he would not have brought us the excellent manifesto, if it was he would not be drawing such vast numbers of citizens at every event he goes too indeed we are lumbered by just a few people who cannot see the wood from the trees and believe the copious amounts of press and media bullshit which is mostly taken out of context and spun do you really think an active man from the Stop the War campaign would be a terrorist sympathizer, it is laughable.
No one doubts the methods he used to open dialogue but then we should not doubt the reasons for doing so as he is and always has been a peace negotiator and for gods sake it is just the qualities we need now running this nation given the recent brutal atrocities in Manchester and London.
He is the only one with the tenacity that understands the issues of terrorism we face and the only one who will go the extra mile to find ways to open dialogue to negotiation which was something this nation was good at and why fighting fire with fire is not and never will be the best option of which must always be the last option as doing so will escalate and lead to full blown war.
I request that you see mainstream media as a source to research the article and not take it at face value as they have there own agenda read books, magazines, websites and blogs at take you opinion from a variety of sources as that is the only way we can come to a more informed opinion.