In the same way that the berniebro "actually it's about ethics in economic anxiety" bullshit after the Trump election is completely unremarkable, sure. This goes for Corbyn's bullshit stance on Brexit and on immigration/refugees as well, where it is very clear that Corbyn sees civil rights as secondary to the economic concerns (right or wrong) of his base. I don't think Corbyn is salivating about the possibility of imposing a Maduro-esque terror across the UK, but his people are definitely willing to look past serious human suffering to double down on world socialist solidarity.
The important thing is we keep forcing different and perfectly compatible aspects of social justice, to be at odds with one another.
Barack Obama rang Conservative headquarters on election night with a mistaken but reassuring message for Theresa May because Labour insiders had told him the party was expecting to lose seats, according to a new book about the election.Shortly before the exit poll, which sent shockwaves through both party headquarters, the former US president contacted a friend in Tory central office with the soothing news that Labour was expecting to see the Conservatives increase their majority.