This is quite interesting. It is one of the more coherent pieces that I've read arguing in Corbyn's favour. It is well-written, and mostly logical and lacking in the hysteria that characterises other such arguments.
Ultimately, however, it still boils down to the old claim that Corbyn is failing not because he is crap and incompetent, but because the powers that be are so terrified that he might get to be PM that they are conspiring to use every trick in their armoury to ensure it will never happen.
It also gets it wrong on the anti-semitism issue. It of course ignores the fact that instances of anti-semitism in the Labour Party began to rise exponentially from 2015, coinciding with Corbyn's ascension to the party leadership, which also prompted the influx of former tankies, SWP types, and sundry other hard left misfits who felt emboldened to join or re-join the Labour Party by Jeremy Corbyn, and the long tradition of support for the Palestinian cause spilling too readily into anti-semitism.In a very real sense, Corbyn imported anti-semitism into the Labour Party.
Anyhoo, worth a read :
https://www.commondreams.org/views/2019 ... -out-power