Corbyn’s cult is excitedly preparing for the official launch of his new “Project for Peace & Justice” this Sunday, which will see a star-studded Zoom call featuring the likes of Corbyn himself, Zarah Sultana, Yanis Varoufakis and Len McCluskey. Preparations are ongoing in true Corbyn style, with rapper and hard-left crank ‘Lowkey’ being wheeled out to promote the group.
Great to see that rapper and activist Lowkey - who has inspired thousands with his music - is supporting our project.— Peace and Justice Project (@corbyn_project) January 12, 2021
“We are set to see a better dream, eventually will come / the equality of all and the supremacy of none” pic.twitter.com/moNq0nLr3r
As expected, Lowkey has not only tweeted that the existence of Israel is a racist endeavour – he is also a 9/11 truther. In 2009, Lowkey wrote a poem for the Stop the War Coalition that referenced the truthers’ favourite conspiracy of “building 7”:
“It was the planes.
Not controlled demolition,
The BBC didn’t report the explosion of Building 7,
20 minutes before hand, on my television,
They found passport’s and plane flying manuals belonging to terrorists in the rubble.
Tell me lies about the eleventh of September”
Guido looks forward to Sunday’s launch event…