Un-Masked Corbyn Attended “Rebellious” Rule Flouting Memorial mdi-fullscreen

Whilst families across the country have been restricted from holding significant funerals and memorial services for loved ones, Jeremy Corbyn flouted the rules once again to attend a ‘memorial carnival’ in Notting Hill eight days ago. The former Labour Leader and apparent lockdown skeptic attended a memorial for socialist academic David Graeber without wearing mask on the afternoon of Sunday 11 October.

Jeremy Corbyn was photographed not wearing a mask at a mass gathering of around 100 people, flouting lockdown limits at a time of soaring Covid cases. The arch-socialist was attending a memorial ceremony for the socialist academic and leading figure in the Occupy Wall Street movement, David Graeber, who died on September 2, 2020. A professor at the LSE, Graeber was a significant figure on the left who inspired the Corbyn outrider class. Novara Media’s Ash Sarkar tweeted in September: “There wouldn’t have been a Novara without David Graeber”…

His ‘memorial carnival’ event was proudly not Covid-compliant. Whilst some attendees were pictured wearing masks, Corbyn was repeatedly pictured without one. One attendee tweeted that the mass gathering was rebellious” in the context of Covid, describing it as:

“A rebellious act of live music that was profound to all who witnessed it after 7 months of Covid crisis. It was a beautiful thing & struck everyone’s souls who was there.”

Corbyn un-masked mixed with strangers as his party leader was preparing to call for a new lockdown. One rule for them…

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