You "don't read it", but yet your views could be taken straight out of it, so I don't know why you get all uncomfortable by me mentioning it.
Corbyn was years ahead of his time in terms of engaging with the reasons for the Troubles and in terms of using dialogue to try to find a solution to bring about peace.
It took a while, but pretty much every politician of note in both Ireland and Britain eventually came around to his way of thinking, including the Tories and the DUP.
Similarly, at the same time, Thatcher and the Tories were calling the ANC and Mandela terrorists while Corbyn was an outspoken supporter of them.
Thatcher, ironically, was right in her equivocation of the ANC with the IRA, but for reasons completely the opposite to what she thought.
Corbyn of course was the one who was proven completely right over his stance on South Africa.
Don't forget Thatcher's role in supporting Pol Pot in Cambodia during the 1980s as well as her consistent support for the murderous Chilean dictator Pinochet.
Now call me crazy, but I'd be of the opinion that most "decent people" wouldn't be big fans of giving unconditional support to a regime that illegally colonises the land of others and bombs innocent people to bits in Gaza.
They also wouldn't be big fans of arming Islamists.
Yet this is what the Tories (and New Labour) do and have done, and given you're such a cheerleader of their policies, one can only presume you're of the same view.