THE events in Israel are horrifying and tragic. But if we can use them to develop solid lines of attack against the BBC and Keir Starmer, then we must.
For example, remember Jeremy Corbyn? A personal friend of Hamas and leader of the Labour party who Keir Starmer swore eternal fealty to? Because we do.
Why, it was only four years ago Starmer was trying to get that man elected, standing foursquare behind him and, by implication, terrorism. He as good as did this.
And on the subject of terrorism, what about the BBC? Who when reporting on these armed assaults failed to call Hamas terrorists in every single sentence they spoke and never once superimposed a red caption saying ‘terrorists’ when they appeared.
Isn’t the very timing of this attack during the Labour party conference suspicious in itself? Just when they need cover for their policy-free posturing, their friends start a war. What else set it off?
Nor does it matter that Corbyn isn’t in the party anymore. We’re two whole administrations away from the Conservative party of 2019, but people still unfairly link them to their past.
We cannot let the horror we are seeing in Israel go unused. To weaponise it against our state broadcaster and party of opposition is our duty as decent newspapers.
Signed by the Daily Mail, Express, Telegraph, and GB News