Saturday 15 August 2015


What might Barack Obama, Jimmy Carter and Donald Trump have in common with Jeremy Corbyn, the man who wants to become British Prime Minister?

Jeremy Corbyn.

Obama seemed like a good guy until it was revealed that his mother worked for various CIA front organisations.

Jimmy Carter seemed like a good guy until it emerged that he had links to US Naval Intelligence and that he supported the arming of the Mujahideen in Afghanistan.

Jimmy Carter was once the room-mate of the spooky Jackson Stephens who had an office near the 'CIA-linked airfield where Mohammeded Atta learnt to fly'.

Jackson Stephens 'Active' in Venice, Florida.

Donald Trump has gained a lot of popularity with his criticisms of the Establishment.

And yet he has been a close friend of Jeffrey Epstein.


Jeremy Corbyn (above) seems like a good guy, opposed to Israeli actions against the Palestinians, opposed to the Iraq War and opposed to intervention in Syria.

And yet, there is something not quite right?

Corbyn has kept pretty quiet on the child abuse rings, reportedly organised by the security services, in Corbyn's own borough of Islington in London.

"Corbyn ... remains a curiously elusive character, his private life as carefully guarded as ever."

Jeremy Corbyn profile: 'He talks like a human being'

In 1974 Jeremy Corbyn married Jane Chapman, then a fellow Labour Party councillor in London; the couple divorced in 1979.

In 1987, Corbyn married Chilean exile Claudia Bracchita, with whom he had three sons. 

The couple divorced in 1999, following a disagreement over whether or not to send their son Ben to a grammar school.

In 2015, Corbyn married his long-term domestic partner Laura Alvarez,[74] a Mexican who works as an importer of fair trade coffee.[75]

"Café Mam is produced by farmers in Mexico’s poorest state, who earn just 93p for each 500g bag that Ms Alvarez sells for £10."

Jeremy Corbyn's wife Laura Alvarez and her Cafe Mam coffee business.

Corbyn told The Guardian in August 2015: "Well, I don’t spend a lot of money, I lead a very normal life, I ride a bicycle and I don’t have a car."[4] 

He is teetotal[76] and has been a vegetarian since the age of 20 following a period working on a pig farm.[77]

Corbyn was educated at Adam's grammar school which has military connections.

He briefly took a degree course at North London Polytechnic but left after rowing with lecturers, according to his brother.

Jeremy Corbyn profile: 'He talks like a human being'

Some people suspect that Corbyn's job is to help keep the Conservatives in power.

The Tories can only benefit from the rise and rise of Jeremy

Others think that Corbyn could become Prime Minister.

Clement Attlee became leader of the Labour Party in 1935.

He had long supported pacificism.

By 1937, Attlee had jettisoned his pacifist position and came to support rearmament and oppose Neville Chamberlain's policy of appeasement.[5]

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At 15 August 2015 at 02:37 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 15 August 2015 at 02:39 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

He's worth a try. But the establishment is stronger than him. If anyone makes real progressive changes they will take them out.

At 15 August 2015 at 02:46 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why does Alice look like prince William?

At 15 August 2015 at 02:51 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

the other

At 15 August 2015 at 02:59 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 15 August 2015 at 03:35 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 15 August 2015 at 05:13 , Blogger James R said...

Given the alternatives, the response from the likes of Blair and the fact that centrist Laborites such as Blair and Miliband are completely pointless, it is hard to see Corbyn doing any harm as Labor leader and there is the possibility that he could help improve things.
Comparison with Trump seems somewhat unfair as Trump is not a serious candidate, he is a circus sideshow who has no intention of actually running for President.
Lack of action re child abuse is hardly in the same category as hanging out with Jeffrey Epstein.
The main thing to avoid is the idea that electing Corbyn alone will make any real difference.
Interestingly Trump was among a number of people whose entry in Epstein;s black book was circled in red for unknown reasons. Some of the other circled names are very interesting and this appears to represent some type of inner circle or something.

"Among the entries circled (without explanation) by Rodriguez are:

Flavio Briatore, Italian millionaire and former boyfriend of supermodel Heidi Klum
Jean Luc Brunel, owner of MC2 modeling agency
Courtney Love, lead singer of the band Hole
Peter Soros, son of millionaire engineer and businessman Paul Soros
Ghislaine Maxwell, British socialite and Epstein’s former girlfriend
Alberto Pinto, Epstein’s late interior designer
an address and handwritten note reading “apt. for models”
Ehud Barak, Prime Minister of Israel from 1999-2001
Alan Dershowitz, Epstein’s lawyer also accused of having sex with an underage girl
Cindy (Buklarewicz) Lopez, of Karin Models
Donald Trump
Larry Visoski, labeled “chief pilot”
Les Wexner, CEO of the L Brands (formerly Limited Brands) Corporation
an entry under “Cleaners” with the note “witness” written under it
Christopher Gaie, also with the “witness” note
Former New Mexico governors Bruce King and Bill Richardson
Several entries with names and phone numbers labeled “massage” in New Mexico, the UK, Paris, and the US Virgin Islands"

At 15 August 2015 at 09:14 , Anonymous sovereigntea said...

Rudy Giuliani in Drag Smooching Donald Trump

At 15 August 2015 at 10:09 , Anonymous sovereigntea said...

Screw the inquiry lets charge Blair with treason and murder.


Chilcot was then knighted by a grateful Blair into the Order of the Bath, the fourth most senior order of British chivalry.

What few people know is that the bumbling Chilcot, a retired career civil servant, could, in fact, have greeted Blair as an old friend.

The first time they met in 1997 — when Blair was still leader of the Opposition — was in a far more sedate environment. They dined together in the venerable Travellers Club in Pall Mall, where Chilcot is a member.

The meeting was so discreet it would have remained a secret but for a single sentence in a 2008 book by Blair’s former Chief of Staff, Jonathan Powell, called Great Hatred, Little Room, Making Peace In Northern Ireland.

At the time of the meeting, John Chilcot was the most senior civil servant at the Northern Ireland Office.

He had agreed to the clandestine encounter with Blair almost five months before the Labour leader became prime minister.

Civil servants often meet Opposition politicians for briefings in the run-up to elections, but they are usually held in Whitehall departments, where minutes are taken.

Yet Chilcot had agreed to meet Blair in the club, which was founded in 1819 for ‘gentlemen who travelled abroad’, thereby ensuring it was not made public.

After Blair became prime minister, he worked closely with Chilcot on the Northern Ireland peace process, until the mandarin took early retirement at the end of 1997.

At 15 August 2015 at 11:50 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was certainly strange how Corbyn's name was put on the ballot paper at a late stage, apparently so that left-wing views could be aired. Nevertheless, I'm inclined to think that he is who he says he is, despite the inevitable baggage of a man who has been in Parliament 30 years, and that he is a genuine and decent man. It seems to me it would have been very risky for the establishment to launch what has been a vitriolic campaign to stop him becoming leader in the hope the publicity might somehow help him win. Obama, on the other hand, was promoted from an early stage by the American media. I have never voted Labour but I'd think about supporting Corbyn's Labour Party if he becomes leader. I still have the nasty feeling he might not, though, and that the poll will be rigged.

At 15 August 2015 at 13:14 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Jeremy Corbyn is genuinely a good guy, the hopefully he doesn't suffer the same fate as John Smith, Robin Cook et al

At 15 August 2015 at 13:59 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I get you - "dying"

At 15 August 2015 at 16:42 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good guys don't proudly parade with demented and extremist Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis...

Those guys believe that non-jews are worth less than animals and they have been backing 100% every crime Israel commits against the Palestinians.

Makes you wonder how real is Corbyn's supposed friendship and solidarity with the Palestinian people...

Probably as fake as the rest of what he is supposed to stand for...

At 15 August 2015 at 18:37 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Corbyns wife's surname is a VERY common sephardic jewish name...and given Corbyns position in British is exceedingly likely that his wife is,like Corbyn himself,jew.
By all accounts there is an "Alvarez" placed high up in Spanish politics.Given that the Spanish govt recently granted citizenship to descendants of Jews thrown out if Spain hundreds of years seems very likely that "crypto jews,converso's,nueva christians or marrano's are AGAIN back in control of Spain.
Will Israel offer citizenship to descendants of Palestinians forced out of a few hundred years??...Like fucking hell they will.However if the Jews are not stopped..they most likely will have reduced to world to a smoking predicted by a well known french philosopher.

At 16 August 2015 at 00:09 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Rodriguez stated that he had circled the names of individuals who either participated in — or witnessed — the sexual abuse that took place at Epstein’s multiple mansions, private jets, and private island; those who would in some way be valuable material witnesses in the case."

As I understand it the circled names might be Epsteins fellow perps or just associates who witnessed something evidential, not even necessarily the sexual abuse itself.


At 17 August 2015 at 02:56 , Blogger Safenath said...

Put paid to a lot of voters moving over to greens to look for change, whilst rekindling a two psrty system that was starting to fail and lose voters. So many are now "back in the game"

At 17 August 2015 at 15:03 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Corbyn is far-left and yes from his surname I guessed the same, a crypto-jew (hence the extreme leftness).

Compare his soft treatment by the media to that of Trump (both anti-traditional political establishment but only one is constantly attacked)...then again, so many "Brits" are brainwashed to believe that being left-wing is sophisticated he probably does have a large potential following in the public, sadly.

Having said all that , both are probably psy-ops...Trump is playing a role and is designed to appeal to the genuinely disaffected/excluded while riling everyone up, Corbyn is deliberately being treated softly to give the nudge and wino of approval to far-left ideology as somehow being legit grassroots stuff, then they will close ranks and not let him win anyway, preferring another Blair/Cameron type.

At 20 August 2015 at 15:26 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Corbyn is an east anglian name.

At 19 June 2016 at 17:46 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's also a Sephardic Jewish name. Most Jewish families anglicized their surnames to blend in with the gentiles. Corbyn simply replaced the i with a y. Not hard to figure out.

At 16 August 2018 at 20:49 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


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