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    Jeremy Corbyn turns down invitation to state banquet for Donald Trump
    The last time Donald Trump was asked for his opinion of Jeremy Corbyn he said he'd never heard of him

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    On jeremy corbyn and islamism: You can’t be progressive some of the time



    New Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn’s policies against austerity and university fees and in favour of refugees, amongst others, are welcome. Nonetheless, we at Bread and Roses are concerned about Corbyn’s troubling associations with Islamists and the Islamic regime of Iran.



    Corbyn has spoken at the Iranian government’s anniversary of the “Islamic revolution” despite the fact that Islamism in Iran is a counter-revolutionary force, which came to power by suppressing a Left-leaning people’s revolution against the Shah. The regime continues to maintain power by brutally suppressing dissent.

    Corbyn has also praised the Islamic Human Rights Commission linked to the Iranian government, saying ‘I like the sense of values surrounding it’. In 2015, IHRC awarded Charlie Hebdo staff who had been murdered ‘Islamophobe of the Year’. IHRC also organises Al-Quds Day rallies initiated by Ayatollah Khomeini, which Corbyn has spoken at. Whilst the rallies are touted as pro-Palestinian rallies, in fact, they are Iranian government rallies to spread an Islamist and anti-Semitic narrative.

    Despite the existence of a strong Left and progressive movement in Iran, Corbyn seems to prefer the Islamic state of Iran, renowned for its persecution of the working class and progressive political and social movements.

    Corbyn has also come out in support of other Islamist groups like CAGE, which Gita Sahgal exposed years ago for its support of jihad. There was a public outcry only after a CAGE leader Asim Qureshi described Mohammed Emwazi or Jihadi John as a “beautiful young man.”

    Until a few days ago, Corbyn was chair of Stop the War Coalition, which has a history of siding with Islamists. Anas al-Tikriti, Vice President of Stop the War Coalition has said, for example: ‘Calls for an Islamic state by some corners should not scare us nor should it bring about a negative reaction. […] In Muslim countries where Islam forms a focal point of history and society, this must not be dismissed as mere political or ideological fanaticism, but rather viewed as a collective aspiration.’

    Islamic states and groups are one of the largest producers of refugees and deny basic rights to all those living under their rule. Deeming far-right movements and states as one and the same as the people they suppress ignores class politics and dissent and sides with the oppressors.

    Corbyn also praises Islamists who promote the ideas of Sharia and the Islamic state such as Ibrahim Hewitt who he has called ‘a very good friend’ though the latter has compared gays to paedophiles and refused to condemn the stoning to death under Sharia law. In a pamphlet for ‘The Muslim Educational Trust,’ Hewitt says the punishment for apostasy from Islam is death in an ideal Islamic state. Clearly, this is not a theoretical matter, particularly since apostates are persecuted and killed in a number of countries under Islamist rule.

    We would like to remind Corbyn that progressive, anti-fascist and anti-war politics without opposition to Islamist far-Right states and movements is self-defeating.

    One cannot be progressive in some areas and not in others. One cannot be against some fascists whilst being ‘a very good friend’ to others. This is a politics that betrays the dissenters and victims of Islamism including those deemed “Muslims”, progressive forces and the working class. It is also a betrayal of the very principles that the Left has historically defended (from social justice, egalitarianism, secularism, universalism, and human liberation, including from religion).

    While we oppose the attacks of the rightwing press on Corbyn aimed at displacing the legitimate anger and protest of people in Britain against austerity and capitalism, we cannot ignore his utter failure in challenging Islamism and the Islamic regime of Iran and his betrayal of the progressive and secular forces in Britain, the Middle East, Diaspora and the world.


    On Jeremy Corbyn and Islamism: You can't be progressive ...28 Apr 2019.


    Like Blair, Corbyn and the Labour party see ‘muslims’ as being key to Labour regaining office.

    Never was there anything genuine about Corbyn or Labour.

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    Like Blair, Corbyn and the Labour party see ‘muslims’ as being key to Labour regaining office.
    This is undoubtedly true, but why on earth would the Tories also be so committed to a 'multicultural society'? ... This is where the plot thickens

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    Interview with Jeremy Corbyn’


    why are the Tories also so committed to a 'multicultural society' ?

    SP.
    Numbers.




    Jeremy Corbyn being arrested during anti-apartheid protests in the 1970s.




    If this crummy communist Corbyn ever becomes PM the damage he will do to Britain will be irreparable. A dangerous man as this vid shows.



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    But let's not be too harsh on Jezza. He does have his good side

    Jeremy Corbyn not only endorsed a book arguing that banks and newspapers were controlled by Jews - he was the star speaker at its £3-a-head launch, MailOnline can reveal today.

    Mr Corbyn wrote the foreword for a new 2011 edition of economist JA Hobson's Imperialism: A Study - and said the work - written in 1902 - was 'brilliant, and very controversial at the time'.

    Hobson, an English economist who influenced Lenin, spread conspiracy theories about the Rothschild banking family and said finance in Europe was controlled 'by men of a single and peculiar race'.

    But Mr Corbyn, then a backbencher, endorsed the book now branded anti-Semitic, calling it a 'great tome' eight years ago.

    And today a poster promoting the book's north London launch emerged online and hailed Mr Corbyn as 'presenting' to guests who paid £3 to attend.

    Last night he refused to apologise, saying he had praised the 'classic study' but 'completely rejects the anti-Semitic elements of his analysis'.

    Labour's Margaret Hodge said: 'For Corbyn to praise a book packed full of antisemitic conspiracies is disgusting. Ignoring this book's blatant antisemitism is inexcusable & part of his shameful record of condoning antisemitic hate'.


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    Jeremy Corbyn wife: Meet Laura Alvarez who DECLINED dinner invitation from QUEEN


    JEREMY CORBYN has been married to his third wife Laura Alvarez since 2012 - but who is the publicity-shy spouse who turned down a dinner invitation from the Queen?



    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had his wife Laura Alvarez at his side this week as the two voted in the European elections at a north London polling station. Ms Alvarez wore dark sunglasses but smiled for the cameras as she left Pakeman Primary School in Holloway with her husband on Thursday. It was a rare public professional appearance for the duo, with Mr Corbyn usually making campaigning appearances alone. There is a 20-year age gap between the pair - Mexican businesswoman Ms Alvarez is 49 while Mr Corbyn is 70 - but they are said to share the same values.

    Family friend Gill Velasquez previously told the Mail: “She has a fine social conscience. She is very smart and always very friendly.”

    Mr Corbyn is a known Republican and although his wife has not publicly revealed her views on the British monarchy, she did famously turn down an invitation issued by the Queen. It related to the state banquet hosted by the Queen and Chinese President Xi Jinping at Buckingham Palace in 2015. Opposition leader Mr Corbyn was asked to attend the white tie dinner along with his wife who declined to attend, as reported by The Telegraph.

    However, a spokesman for Mr Corbyn later denied Ms Alvarez’s refusal had been a “snub”. He told the publication: “Jeremy is going as Leader of the Opposition that is that really.”

    What else do we know about Laura Alvarez?

    Ms Alvarez met the Islington MP in 1999 when she flew to Britain after her then seven-year-old niece was abducted by her father following a custody battle. Her older sister Marcela was receiving support from Mr Corbyn at the time after meeting him through Labour politician Tony Benn.

    Despite returning to her homeland, banker Ms Alvarez began a long-distance relationship with the politician, which they maintained for years. They married in an intimate ceremony on a Mexican estate. She later joined him in London and the pair now live in a terraced house in Finsbury Park with their cat El Gato.



    Jeremy Corbyn wife: The couple attend the 134th Durham Miners' Gala in July 2018


    Ms Alvarez now runs an organic, fairtrade coffee company.

    In a rare interview last year with Vice News, the businesswoman said her husband was “not very good at house work but he is a good politician”.

    Mr Corbyn has been married two previous times, first to Jane Chapman in 1974, with the marriage lasting five years.

    He then married Chilean Claudia Bracchitta in 1987, with whom he has three children. The couple split in 1999, reportedly over Mr Corbyn’s refusal at the time to send his son to grammar school.

    Jeremy Corbyn wife: Meet Laura Alvarez who DECLINED dinner ...

    27 May 2019.


    Jeremy Corbyn's ex-wife reveals why she walked out of...


    thesun.co.uknews/8394042/jeremy-corbyn-ex-wife…



    Jane Chapman married the Labour leader in 1974 but says they split after five years because Corbyn was more interested in ... Jane said: “Jeremy never thought there was anything wrong. He didn’t acknowledge my emotional side. He doesn’t recognise a woman’s feelings.



    A man who, his whole life, was obsessed with every minor cause: revolutions, blacks, gays, anything but his wives and children

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    Corbyn Says Labour Would Back Remain in Second Referendum, After Pressure from Leftist Trades Unions


    Jeremy Corbyn has said that the Labour Party would back Remain in a second referendum, rather than back a clean break or the Conservative Party’s soft-Brexit deal.




    The party leader wrote in a statement to party members on Tuesday: “Whoever becomes the new prime minister should have the confidence to put their deal, or no deal, back to the people in a public vote. “In those circumstances, I want to make it clear that Labour would campaign for remain against either no Deal or a Tory deal that does not protect the economy and jobs.”


    The Guardian adds that the statement does not make reference to the position that Labour would take in the event of a snap general election before Brexit day, or whether under such circumstances if it would still commit to leaving the EU. The announcement came after some of the UK’s most powerful trades unions agreed a common position on Labour’s Brexit policy, saying that the party should back a second referendum and campaign for Remain. The motion was agreed on Monday by the Labour Party’s affiliated unions, including Unison, the GMB, CWU, Aslef, and Unite, the latter’s general secretary Len McCluskey, a key ally of party leader Jeremy Corbyn, having hitherto been against a second referendum.




    The unions insisted that Labour must campaign for a second referendum — or “confirmatory vote” — on any deal put to parliament by the Conservative government or in the event of no-deal. But if there is a snap election before the UK leaves the EU and Labour wins, once in government it should seek to deliver Brexit by working to agree its own deal with the European Union. The unions say that that new deal should still be put to the people in a second referendum, with Remain also on the ballot, but that the party should not state whether it would back Remain and campaign against its own deal, with the agreement saying: “The Labour Party’s campaign position on such a ballot should depend on the deal negotiated.” This would leave it unclear what would be detailed in a potential snap election Labour manifesto.


    One senior shadow cabinet source told The Guardian: “Unions have backed a referendum on any deal this parliament and Labour campaigning for remain – that’s a big victory. What’s in a manifesto is a debate for another day.” Another MP was cautious over the proposal and its wording, telling the left-wing newspaper: “It is not exactly the absolute clarity we were hoping for… It sounds like we are reserving the right to campaign for remain against our own Brexit deal – that will just sound ludicrous to voters.” A Conservative Party spokesman told The Sun: “It makes clear Labour have no interest in delivering on the referendum result.”


    The party’s new position could see the some five million Brexit-supporting Labour voters in the heartlands betrayed by their party, prompting them to switch their political affiliations. Labour’s Caroline Flint warned in June that her party could lose 40 seats to Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party in the House of Commons if it backed a second referendum and Remain, with Ms Flint saying: “If we don’t speak for the voices of the working-class Britain, what’s the point of the Labour Party?” The Labour Party was traditionally the home of working-class euroscepticism, with political heavyweights including Tony Benn and Peter Shore campaigning against integration with the then-European Economic Community. The party will also be losing one of its biggest pro-Leave figures at the next General Election, with MP for Vauxhall Kate Hoey, 73, announcing on Monday that she would be stepping down at the next national vote. The party has already lost local politicians to the Brexit Party, with two Rochdale councillors defecting earlier this month due to Labour going “back on its word” to respect the 2016 referendum result. The resignations came as Labour slumped to fourth place in a YouGov poll, one of its worst results in a century.








    50% +1 single vote would have 'sealed the deal' for remain, permanently, and no democratic consideration at all would have been given to the losing side. All the more important then that a second referendum on any kind not materialise; it really is the principle of democracy here. Had a confirmatory referendum been set out from the start, so be it, but to insist on one now simply to subvert the original result and disrupt democracy is outrageous.





    I didn't believe Corbyn could go any lower in my estimation - I was wrong.





    War criminal Blair gave up a large chunk of our rebate for nothing so it is no surprise to me that Comrade Corbyn would give away our entire country for nothing.




    I'm sick of politicians starting sentences with "Let me make it clear/I want to make it clear.." Almost all of the liblabcon party are at it.
    Labour's moooslimbs and libtards don't like democracy when they lose so of course Comrade Corbyn wants to overturn a democratic vote.
    Also, check this out for disgusting bias (yet again) from the BBC today. According to this 'unbiased' organisation, WTO Brexit is a problem amongst other things. Shut the cnuts down!
    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk...




    What we’ve seen happening with Corbyn over the last couple of years is that the British Establishment has been moulding him. They’ve put him on the straight and narrow, as it were. They now have him at a point where he’s theirs.
    They’ve attacked him and Labour with the anti-S accusations. Then there were the leaks – that greatly upset moronic Corbyn – about him suffering a mini-stroke, losing his memory and basically being a doddering fool (which he is).
    Corbyn had a prolonged “intimate” relationship with Diane Abbott (ugh!) and god only knows who else of her ilk. The Establishment probably has a dossier as long as your arm on Corbyn’s idiocy and ineptitude.
    Corbyn is being primed to be Prime Minister in case the Establishment might need him. If it goes belly-up for sycophant Boris and he fails to adequately dilute Brexit then Corbyn will be ushered in as Prime Minister. The Establishment now have Corbyn where he and his cronies will do exactly as they’re told.
    The Establishment will first use the threat of a Corbyn government to keep the Tories in line and if this fails they’ll simply install him in No 10 Downing St.
    You Brits think you live in a democracy, but you don’t. Just ask that British citizen journalist that was found guilty in a juryless two judge court the other day.




    Corbyn Says Labour Would Back Remain in Second Referendum After Pressure from Leftist Trades Unions 09 Jul 2019.

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    I've just been reading that Alastair Campbell doesn't want to rejoin the Labour Party. (Article here) Is this even news? He now votes Lib-Dem so why on earth would they want him back?

    He's just an embarrassment and they're better off without him. I can't imagine all those Muslim members being overly fond of the man whose Iraq Dossier (including the fictitious "Weapons of Mass Destruction") caused the death of over a million Iraqi civilians.

    The more I think about it, the more I'm convinced that the Labour Party is now in a better place than it was with Campbell & Co. Apart from Alastair Campbell there's no more Tony Blair, one of the smarmiest and most deceitful PM's this country has ever had. No more Peter Mandelson, the gay Jew who was really running the country with Blair as his stooge. No more (((Jack Straw))) as foreign secretary, nor the obese and oafish Tony Prescott.

    Then there was the incredibly dull Gordon Brown (..the chancellor who gave away Britain's gold reserves to finance 2 million immigrants!) and a whole string of female mediocrities known as the Blair Babes who only got their jobs due to all-women shortlists. The majority turned out to be pretty useless!

    I'm sure I've missed a few (..I prefer to ignore the likes of Keith Vaz ) so I actually reckon that Jezza is doing okay by Labour Party standards and he's cleared out a few Jews as well, which is no bad thing. On this note, the manufactured 'anti-Semitism' controversy is doing him no harm whatsoever and he could even become the next PM.

    At the risk of oversimplifying, it seems to me like the Labour Party wants the millions of Muslim votes and the Tories want the millions (of pounds) of Jewish donations. It will be intriguing to see who has adopted the best long-term strategy

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    Brexit: Corbyn plans to call no-confidence vote to defeat no-deal - yet another 'radical' with more interest in power than principle


    Jeremy Corbyn has urged the leaders of the other opposition parties and Tory rebels to install him as caretaker PM in order to stop a no-deal Brexit.

    If he wins a no-confidence vote in the government, the Labour leader plans to delay Brexit, call a snap election and campaign for another referendum.

    Mr Corbyn outlined his plan in a letter, saying the caretaker government would be "strictly time-limited".

    Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson dismissed the plans as "nonsense".

    Downing Street said Mr Corbyn would "overrule the referendum and wreck the economy" if he became prime minister.

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he wants a deal with the European Union, but insists the UK must leave the bloc by 31 October "do or die".

    Mr Corbyn said he would seek to call a no-confidence vote at the "earliest opportunity when we can be confident of success".

    To defeat the government he would have to secure the backing of a majority of MPs.

    In his letter, Mr Corbyn wrote: "This government has no mandate for no-deal, and the 2016 EU referendum provided no mandate for no-deal.

    "Following a successful vote of no confidence in the government, I would then, as Leader of the Opposition, seek the confidence of the House for a strictly time-limited temporary government with the aim of calling a general election, and securing the necessary extension of Article 50 to do so."

    If he were to succeed in calling a general election - which would require the support of two-thirds of MPs - Labour would campaign for a second referendum with the option to remain in the EU, he said.'


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