Piers Corbyn appears on neo-Nazi’s show and discusses ‘the Jewish question’

The brother of the former Labour leader is a notorious anti-vaxxer and conspiracy theorist


The elder brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has appeared on the show of one of Britain’s most infamous neo-Nazis and discussed "the Jewish question".

Anti-vaxx campaigner Piers Corbyn was interviewed by Mark Collett and co-host ‘No White Guilt’ on the far-right show Weekly Patriotic Review, broadcast live online.

Billed as a discussion of “covid tyranny,” “forced vaccinations,” and “a two-tier society,” the show moved to a discussion of the future of white people and Jews.

“Obviously you and I agree on a lot of things,” said Mr Collett after introducing his guest as “the legendary Piers Corbyn, a man who has fought relentlessly against these tyrannical lockdowns.”

In an awkward exchange, Mr Collett then asked Mr Corbyn, “Is Piers aware of the Jewish question?”

“I’m not quite sure what that means,” said Mr Corbyn, emphasising, “I’m not a Holocaust denier, in case that’s leading up to that.

“The Holocaust happened and that was horrific,” he continued, saying, “there’s lots of ways of defining the Jewish question but the difficulty is in answering.”

Mr Corbyn then offered to meet with Mr Collett again “under different circumstances” in order to discuss the Jewish question “more fully”.

The two men also debated the role of software magnate Bill Gates in world population control.

“Where does the accusation that Bill Gates is killing Africans come from? If you look at world population projections it is more like he is breeding Africans than killing them,” said Mr Collett.

He added, “it is white populations and other people that are declining.”

Mr Corbyn described this as “true”, but emphasised that Bill Gates and the World Economic Forum regard sub-Saharan Africa as “the main danger” for population growth.

Speaking to the JC after the show, Mr Corbyn said: “I didn’t know the history of this person, I normally agree to appear in just about anything as long as it’s a live interview. The questions were not indicating anything far-right about them. I was very clear that the Holocaust took place.

"I remain totally opposed to Nazi or neo-Nazi ideas and methods."

Mr Collett is the leader of Patriotic Alternative, a far-right political party that claims to oppose the “replacement and displacement” of white Britons.

The activist first came to prominence in 2002 following his appearance in the Channel 4 documentary ‘Young, Nazi and Proud’, in which he expressed his admiration for Adolf Hitler and described Aids as a "friendly disease because blacks, drug users and gays have it.”

Mr Corbyn is a weather forecaster but denies man-made global warming. 

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