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In his sublimely mild tone, he insisted that he “did not wish to go to war”.
(I doubt that any of us actually “wish to go to war”, Jeremy.) He then outlined his dream: “What I want to do is achieve a world where we don’t need to go to war, where there is no need for it.
Without an undertaking to come to the defence of treaty partners, the Nato alliance is null and void.
As the former first sea lord and head of the Royal Navy, Lord West, said, Mr Corbyn’s remarks showed “a complete lack of understanding of what Nato is”.
If Mr Corbyn really wants to abolish Nato, with all the global ramifications that would entail – as he apparently once declared that he did – then he should say so. Instead, he will continue to mouth mystical pieties about “a world where we don’t need to go to war” and hope that his followers are as oblivious as he is to the implications of what he is saying.(By the end of last week, Trump had expressed uncharacteristic regret for sometimes saying “the wrong thing”.