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Corbyn, Child Rape Enabler

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posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 03:25 AM
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Corbyn protects child rape rings. This is obvious from his performance in Islington.


Apparent credibility is gained through making the right sounds.

...Corbyn called for public inquiries into Bloody Sunday, Iraq and the death of anti-nuclear protester Hilda Murrell.

For readers unfamiliar with events in Islington, a brief synopsis: in the 1980s and 1990s, children were abused in Islington council care homes on a shocking scale. An official report in 1995 blamed the scandal on the policies of Islington’s hard left council, which came to power in 1982, and condemned its response in damning terms. A particularly abhorrent feature was the way whistleblowers were accused of homophobia, and victims derided: the then council leader eventually had to apologise to one of the victims for dismissing his allegations as those of an “extremely disturbed person.”

It’s pretty indisputable that throughout this appalling saga, Corbyn remained virtually silent; apart from a couple of brief statements in the early 90s calling for allegations to be investigated, he said next to nothing. This, it should be remembered, was a long-running scandal in Corbyn’s own constituency, and over the same decades, Corbyn called for public inquiries into Bloody Sunday, Iraq and the death of anti-nuclear protester Hilda Murrell.
labour-uncut.co.uk...

The documentary evidence would be available if he had made any effort to expose the child rape culture that he was very aware of. A brief quote in a paper is about all anyone can find.

Supporters of the child rape enabler Jeremy Corbyn may like to search for evidence of his part in the abuse scandal in his constituency. This evidence could then be shared on ATS, enabling us to understand your support.

I'll look back later and see if any of you found evidence showing that he defended the children.



The reason that your response and inactions to these matters is worthy of specific scrutiny is that unlike others who did not see what was happening, or as we saw with Saville, kept their suspicions to themselves rather than speak out or investigate, you are wishing to lead the Labour Party during the period of Goddard inquiry into child abuse and are seeking become Prime Minister.
www.mann4bassetlaw.com...



A specialist had to be plucked from the shadows to fight the increasing exposure of the child rape entrapment programme used to control politicians.

A vote for Corbyn is a vote for child rape and controlled politicians.

Consider your actions carefully.




posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 03:41 AM
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a reply to: Kester

What a surprise, another politician letting the disgusting habits of the elite go unnoticed.

Thanks for posting this. But how many more of these stories must we read before anything happens? Nothing will happen. Frustrating.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 03:52 AM
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a reply to: Kester

It may sound ridiculous to the general populace but all these politicians are bought and paid for and no matter how good their P.R. machine is or how genuine they seem they all serve the system.

They will be told what they can and cannot speak about and if they ruffle a few feathers the good old GCHQ tech crew will remind them how much dirt they have on them for the last 30 years as they have been spying on them relentlessly and any misguided word spoken,any experimental drug taken or any extra marital affair will be exposed to the maximum damage and in many cases bang them in Jail.

That's why i laugh at the people who cannot get past the left right paradigm,it baffles me how some new buffoon comes along talks magic and the people believe every word to the point they become fanatical.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results,so i don't know who is crazier the treacherous sociopath politicians or the collection of loon balls voting for their own destruction.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 04:25 AM
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a reply to: Kester

Not really any supprise there considering an alarming number of politicians and there minions have been implicated in paedophilia and child sex rings since our current political institutions have been around.


To be honest I imagine they must pull them aside in whatever public school they happen to attend and bring them into fold.


I'm not suggesting all our politicians are beasts but I am suggesting they most lightly have information or at least have an inkling as to the ones that are practising or have practised such atrocitys in the past. And the reason such information is swept under the carpet or ignored is simple. If these crimes committed by the very people responsible for leading our nation were ever to be proven or become public knowledge any and all respect for our current political institutions would crumble and fall over night and those dirty bastards responsible would be swinging from our lamp posts nation wide.
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posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 04:30 AM
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Hi. First of all I have to say that is a very poorly phrased title. You are basing your op on your inability to look for quotes from corbyn on this scandal. I think it is very dangerous to make a thread titles like this and then finish your op asking for others to check if he wanted an investigation into the abuse.

The fact is you don't know.

So why make a thread based on the idea you do know.

That will bring me to the point of disinformation on anyone the system fears. I think you should research before you make a thread with that title rather than making it and then asking others to research.

On a random note I find it interesting the origin of the surname corbyn. Meaning raven. I'm not a big fan of using the bible as references but I do see the raven as quite an odd symbol. I myself would see it as ominous and dark. Whereas the bible has used the idea of a raven as a positive symbol.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 05:00 AM
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How much more do you want the guy to do.

Seems to me he or whoever was in charge instigated investigations into child abuse then he did what he's supposed to do, brought it up in parliament.

I find it funny that this story broke just a Jeremy stuck his hat in the ring in the Labour Leadership contest. Never heard a peep from anyone over the scandle before that.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 05:32 AM
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originally posted by: liteonit6969
Hi. First of all I have to say that is a very poorly phrased title. You are basing your op on your inability to look for quotes from corbyn on this scandal. I think it is very dangerous to make a thread titles like this and then finish your op asking for others to check if he wanted an investigation into the abuse.

The fact is you don't know.

So why make a thread based on the idea you do know.

That will bring me to the point of disinformation on anyone the system fears. I think you should research before you make a thread with that title rather than making it and then asking others to research.

On a random note I find it interesting the origin of the surname corbyn. Meaning raven. I'm not a big fan of using the bible as references but I do see the raven as quite an odd symbol. I myself would see it as ominous and dark. Whereas the bible has used the idea of a raven as a positive symbol.


The Tories are crapping themselves...why? Is Corbyn a likely General Election winner? Probably not..at least not the next time around, but that's not what they're afraid of.

Finally, after almost 20 years, Great Britain HAS an opposition party!

Which is what this country has been screaming out for all through the 'New' Labour (read new labour as Tories waving a different banner) period was just that...that crucial aspect of politics, a strong, and REAL opposition party to challenge the government and be an effective and democratic voice for the people, which after all is the entire point.

I don't care if they win a GE, i don't care if they don't win a GE...i DO care about effective opposition forcing the government into accountability and to prevent them (which ever government is in) running amok in parliament.

It's zero mystery to me, that 5 minutes after winning the Opposition leadership position, Corbyn's name is ALREADY being dragged through the mud, after all, what better way to discredit just about anyone than to link that name to anything at all related to kiddy abuse, however ridiculous and tenuous that link might be, or even if it is outright lying propaganda...it's a no brainer that such tactics are effective.

OP..you didn't think this 'disgusting' man was worthy of slagging off about this crap BEFORE he won the leadership battle then? Better to leave it until the Tories are running scared they might have to finally toe the line and besmirch Corbyn after winning, when it might do the most damage eh?

Well done OP...you've just shown your true colours.
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posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 06:09 AM
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originally posted by: MysterX
The Tories are crapping themselves...why? Is Corbyn a likely General Election winner? Probably not..at least not the next time around, but that's not what they're afraid of.


Not sure they are when it's Labour fearing an onslaught.


originally posted by: MysterX
Finally, after almost 20 years, Great Britain HAS an opposition party!


One that doesn't seem to represent most ordinary people's views in the slightest.

They're going to be obliterated in the next election if they stick to this line and also leave the centre wide open for the Tories to take and hold it.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 06:48 AM
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originally posted by: and14263
a reply to: Kester

What a surprise, another politician letting the disgusting habits of the elite go unnoticed.

Thanks for posting this. But how many more of these stories must we read before anything happens? Nothing will happen. Frustrating.

What a suprise a reply from someone who hasn't even bothered to check if the OP is even slightly correct....which he isn't. In fact the OP so far wrong and done in such a desperate manner I suspect Cameron will personally give him his mud slinging award when he returns to the UK.

This is ATS for f.s sake and you lot resort to very pathetic nonsense that this site seeks to expose.

This does prove one thing : Corbyn has the right rattled, good for him, brilliant, can't wait to see Cameron squirm on Wednesdays'. In addition I suspect McDonnell has been given his slot to get under the skin of Osbourne big time....hooray.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 06:49 AM
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No. Truth be told. The title of this thread is shameful. Even if you are a Tory.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 06:57 AM
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a reply to: Kester

I think it may be a bit of a stretch to label Corbyn a 'Child rape enabler'.
However, I think its pretty clear that like many from his socio-economic background he appears to have turned a blind eye to the activities of serial paedophiles as it runs contrary to his PC political agenda.

These privileged people transcend the political divide and have insinuated themselves in to almost every influential level of society.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 07:05 AM
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a reply to: stumason




Not sure they are when it's Labour fearing an onslaught.


No Labour don't fear an onslaught...if that was so, they wouldn't have elected Corbyn leader now would they?

The labour who do fear Corbyn is and never was 'Labour'...they even created a distance to Labour by adding the 'New' to their party name. New Labour were never Labour.

Time will tell, like in all things, but a strong opposition is the mark of a true democracy...yes men and lap dogs calling themselves 'New Labour', with the same policies in all but name to the Tories does not make for a healthy democratic process, far from it actually.

Perhaps now we will have a dichotomous parliament, we will enjoy the by-product of true opposition with a renewed interest in politics, especially among the disillusioned younger voters..even if Corbyn doesn't get anywhere near Number 10, a resurgence in young people becoming interested in changing the Politics of Great Britain can never be a bad thing for our process.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 07:05 AM
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a reply to: yorkshirelad

I'm very sorry, I commented before reading the article.

I assumed it would follow the same lines as previous posts on this subject.

I am not above making errors.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 07:11 AM
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originally posted by: MysterX
Perhaps now we will have a dichotomous parliament, we will enjoy the by-product of true opposition with a renewed interest in politics, especially among the disillusioned younger voters..even if Corbyn doesn't get anywhere near Number 10, a resurgence in young people becoming interested in changing the Politics of Great Britain can never be a bad thing for our process.


On that, we agree.

I don't think Corbyn actually offers much that will take the key central ground off the Tories which is what decides elections and that they will be wiped out in 2020, but it is good to see an opposition who don't try to copy the Government (which is what Labour did under Millipede)



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 07:15 AM
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a reply to: stumason

Agreed.

There's no choice, if there's no real choice.

At least for now, there appears that there is one.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 07:20 AM
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originally posted by: Freeborn
a reply to: Kester

I think it may be a bit of a stretch to label Corbyn a 'Child rape enabler'.
However, I think its pretty clear that like many from his socio-economic background he appears to have turned a blind eye to the activities of serial paedophiles as it runs contrary to his PC political agenda.

These privileged people transcend the political divide and have insinuated themselves in to almost every influential level of society.


Totally agree with this statement. This class of "public servant" has infiltrated all spheres of the political spectrum and as such transcends Party politics.

Does Corbyn condone paedophilia? Who knows, apart from Corbyn. I would suggest though that it will be difficult to find any evidence to support such a statement. What will be much easier to find is Corbyn sharing a platform with people that did /do. In fairness, people from the fringes on all sides frequently have to share a platform with all sorts of people they disagree with, simply in order to gain a platform for their own views so even this evidence shouldn't be taken as an admission of anything.

yorkshirelad

Do you honestly think the right is even slightly scared of Corbyn? Given the fact the UK only elects Labour Governments when they move more centre ground, do you honestly think a lurch to the Left for Labour will make any worry lines appear for Cameron and pals?

I genuinely think that if anything, the worry for the Conservatives is the opposite - they will be so gleeful at a Corbyn led Labour that they will completely take their eyes off the ball and stagnate or regress, never a good position in any walk of life.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 11:34 AM
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I think its pretty clear that like many from his socio-economic background he appears to have turned a blind eye to the activities of serial paedophiles as it runs contrary to his PC political agenda. 

Except that is says quite clearly in the article he called for it to be investigated. Whether or not the authorities complied is more down to them, and we are well aware that the police were covering up these scandals at the time...It's is dodgy though because we know too that some MPs were involved too... so it makes you wonder... We would all prefer it if Corbyn was indeed the man of conscience he appears to be, but appearances can be deceiving and so can words... Afterall.... It's the Labour party who were talking about, who were founded by the Fabian society who's logo is a wolf in sheeps clothing... Things that make you go HMMMM
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posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 11:50 AM
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a reply to: Kester

Extremist political propaganda.
Give it up already, you seem deranged.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 12:04 PM
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originally posted by: alsace

originally posted by: Freeborn
a reply to: Kester

I think it may be a bit of a stretch to label Corbyn a 'Child rape enabler'.


OK, I'll call it like it is... Jeremy Corbyn is a child rapist who kept silent on the pediphile ring in Islington because he was a the centre of it. Why do you think he's been through three marriages? I used to live in neighbouring Westminster and all the politicians there knew he was involved.

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Any Proof other than you used to live in Westminster.? i'll edit out the last part as i dont want to share a ATS cell with you.
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