Theresa May is up for re-election in Britain and is running into strong competition from Jeremy Corbyn. He’s far-left and had been closing in on Prime Minister May. In the last days, he started to dip and it looks like May will win, however, he has brought his far-left agenda into the mainstream, regardless of which way the election goes. This is where we will be down the road.
According to the polls, May is now at 43% and he’s at 37.5%.
Jeremy Corbyn is a Communist running the Labour Party in the U.K. He calls himself a Democratic Socialist but he’s a Communist if you go by his agenda.
He was a great admirer of Hugo Chavez.
The 66-year old radical socialist has spent his entire career of more than three decades as a hardcore leftist in the House of Commons. In 2015, he became the leader of the Opposition party, stunning Labour MPs.
Corbyn doesn’t have new ideas as some like to believe. He’s in the time warp of backward unionism and excessive spending. Like the left in this country, he takes real problems and finds bad solutions for them. If there is a housing problem, he enacts rent control. He wants to scrap university tuition and invent a peoples’ QE.
He advocates for the re-nationalization of public utilities and of the railways, combating corporate tax evasion and avoidance as an alternative to the government’s austerity program, a unilateral policy of nuclear disarmament, and reversing cuts to public sector and welfare funding made since 2010.
He is a member of the Socialist Campaign Group, the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Amnesty International and the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), and is the National Chair of the Stop the War Coalition.
Corbyn launches attacks against the invasion of the Ukraine but they are centered on NATO, not Putin. He’s anti-American, anti-Israel, anti-EU though he has no plans to leave it – just change it. The revolutionary is anti free market and thinks China is too engaged in a free market despite the fact that China’s government controls the economy and it’s not free at all.
Oh, and he wants lots more refugees.
The left-wing radical is the Bernie Sanders of Britain except he’s also anti-Israel and anti-Semitic. In fact, Bernie, a bad Jew, is campaigning for him.
He likes to pretend he’s anti-Zionist, but he goes far beyond that.
For example, in a speech last year, he said that Jews are “no more responsible” for the actions of Israel than Muslims are for those of the Islamic State. In 2009, he announced: “It will be my pleasure and my honour to host an event in Parliament where our friends from Hezbollah will be speaking. I also invited friends from Hamas to come and speak as well.
It is said that he has mainstreamed anti-Semitism. Corbyn rallies with Islamic terrorists dedicated to wiping out the Jews.
The Washington Examiner reported: He has attended meetings hosted by Sept. 11 conspiracy theorist Paul Eisen, author of a blog titled, “My Life as a Holocaust Denier.” He has been associated with Sheikh Raed Salah — leader of the outlawed northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, a blood libel perpetuator convicted for incitement to violence and racism — whom he referred to as a “very honoured citizen” whose “voice must be heard.” Corbyn was also a paid contributor for Press TV, Iran’s tightly-controlled media apparatus, whose production is directly overseen by anti-Semitic Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
Corbyn, as well, has been a vocal supporter of the so-called Palestinian “right of return,” something that would lead to an Arab majority and Jewish minority within Israel.
The following poster for the Corbyn campaign shows Theresa May wearing Star of David earrings and looks like the Nazi posters of the last century. The campaign is obviously appealing to Jew hatred.
— Daily Referendum (@Daily_Ref) June 7, 2017
Just to give an idea of what is going on in Britain and why they love their radical Islamists, look what they are doing to the children in the U.K.
Here’s what the education system is doing to our children pic.twitter.com/jJFNEbpP78
— Tommy Robinson 🇬🇧 (@TRobinsonNewEra) June 7, 2017