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originally posted by: purplemer
a reply to: CornishCeltGuy
posted on Feb, 19 2018 @ 02:28 PM link quote reply originally posted by: Soloprotocol I called both correct. Fair one, it was ages ago so I stand corrected if you did Corbyn won't be getting the PM job unless there is some massive Tory scandal or something...if he's innocent of all claims then he's subject to a major establishment smear campaign, screwed either way.
Same old narrative. They must be scared. Same method used on Trump with the Russians. This is a counter attack by the shadow government.
originally posted by: lakenheath24
Its not just Corbyn BTW, its 15 people all together.
This is pretty spooky. Ken Livinston discusses MI-5 spying on him and Corbyn in 2015.
Yes, Corbyn was naive enough to meet with a Czech spy, but he was never an intelligence asset
Business groups and other antidemocratic agencies…. these people are putting our whole idea of democracy at risk.”
originally posted by: alldaylong
a reply to: lakenheath24
If it's from The Daily Mail it must be true.
As back bench MP's at the time, what exactly was the information they had access to which was passed on? Answer, bugger all.
This Czech chap said he can't disclose what information was passed on, because nothing was. Tory press are getting desperate.
originally posted by: Soloprotocol
Unfortunately for the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn has a record of being on the wrong side of arguments, especially when it comes to international affairs and security issues.
The reports of Corbyn’s meeting with foreign secret agents follow a pattern that, at best, suggest poor judgment, but whatever the motive, demonstrate a repeated association with people that have wished Britain and its people harm. Jeremy Corbyn needs to explain himself if the doubts about his fitness for office are not to grow.