Prime Minister Corbyn: While insincerity is usually a vice, sincerity is not always a virtue

The prospect of Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister scares Dalrymple. For one thing, he’s an all-too-sincere social justice warrior.

…there is not a bien pensant cause in sight to which he does not wholeheartedly subscribe with the uncritical belief of an apostle, and for which he would be unprepared to go to the stake; and I think that he is a man of such probity that he would let the heavens fall so long as his version of social justice was done.

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