For someone throwing around accusations that someone on the left - who was regarded as pretty respectable before events thrust him into a position of leadership of something that was clearly unleadable without a holy war for the party's soul - would just throw Paul Robeson under the (proverbial) bus, like that's what Corbyn does, or would have liked to do, you're a mite touchy about people suggesting the obvious in your position.
You also set up the scene for this comparison - though the Robeson stuff has rightly been well received, Corbyn was actually the object of your post. From memory, I think this kind of attack on Corbyn you've made many times before.
It's a reasonable suggestion that these ongoing attacks (not even sparked by any current events) has elements of Orwell's 'two minutes of hate'.
If you're surprised at this connection being made, then think about it. I wasn't the only one querying your comparison.
Also, neither you or the other Corbyn's detractors take the slightest account of the situation Corbyn was in. I think he mucked it up, but didn't have the stomach for the only other option, the holy war which most on the left could see had to be fought. Trying to run with the blows was bad strategy because everyone could see the right would go after his supporters.
But it doesn't make him evil.
These are my reasons. You're welcome to explain how given all these, it's not true that you're coming from a direction of 'hate' for Corbyn in some political sense.
I'd also throw in that in repeatedly making a point of bashing Corbyn here so unfairly, you pass over a large number of far worse people.
And, the presence of the chorus of Corbyn dissers does remind me of Orwell.
Sorry if that's caused genuine offense - but I have to say, if that's not close to 'hate', what is it?