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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Anti nuclear terrorist Jeremy Corbyn

Update (3 June 2017): Last night in a fake news BBC TV debate, the moderator allowed Jeremy Corbyn to pass off his terrorism support as being a contribution to the Good Friday Peace Agreement. This is fake news: Jeremy Corbyn wanted blackmail, surrender to the IRA's demands and an exit for the British Army in 1984. What really happened was that anti-terrorist "Peace Walls", the British Army, MI5, and the RUC defeated the thugs before signing a peace agreement, the exact opposite of Jeremy Corbyn's lie.

Only last week Corbyn again made another lying speech urging a surrender to terrorism, a continuation of his anti-deterrence, anti-civil defence CND lie.  The BBC has a proved, admitted history of using censorship as a device for enforcing one-sided propaganda and fake news in election "debates".  They permit Corbyn to use "fake news" to dismiss criticisms with no further probing, while falsely presenting endless hate attacks on opponents of international climate communism like Trump (who opposes the fear-mongering based fascist hate attacks on anyone who questions the stupidity of spending billions on a half ass effort to halt capitalism for the alleged saving of a 0.2C increase in global temperature, when there are civil wars raging which need walls to stop, walls which are again opposed by the communists).

Stephen Pollard explained in a Daily Express article on 26 April 2017 (page 12) that Corbyn is in effect acting as a communist terrorism stooge infiltrating the Labour Party with hatred and racism: "Take his endorsement yesterday by the Communist Party ... it's no joke. We sometimes need to remind ourselves that communists are not pie-in-the-sky idealists but proponents of an ideology that leads to mass slaughter and the destruction of freedom and democracy. Communism is merely another form of totalitarianism. For every Hitler there is a Stalin. For every Idi Amin there is a Hugo Chavez. ... [Jeremy Corbyn's] presence at a celebration in 2014 of the 35th anniversary of the ayatollahs seizing power in Iran. Mr Corbyn spoke on 'the case for Iran', alongside the British representative of the Mahdi Army militia, a group which between 2004 and 2008 killed at least 70 British soldiers in Iraq. ... He has described members of the terrorist group Hamas as 'friends'.  He has praised British representatives of Hezbollah, the Iranian funded terror outfit.

"And in November 2012 he hosted a meeting in Parliament with Mousa Abu Maria, a member of the banned terrorist group, Palestinian Islamic Jihad.  He has attended events run by Paul Eisen, a notorious Holocaust denier. ... And he sponsored the visit to Britain of anti-Semitic hate preacher Sheikh Raed Salah.  Salah says that 9/11 was a Jewish plot ... he calls Jewish people 'monkeys' and 'bacteria'. ... When the government tried to have Salah barred from Britain, Mr Corbyn described him as 'a very honoured citizen ...' ."

With another violent terrorist related bomb attack yesterday, this time in Manchester rather than Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan (where similar attacks occur regularly), it's worth re-examining the prospects for openly pro-terrorism movement supporter (but allegedly anti-violence) Jeremy Corbyn to become Prime Minister.

True screen shot taken from a video of Corbyn in the article in Business Insider linked here, which explains: "Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn accepted up to £20,000 (about $27,000) for appearances on the Iranian state broadcast network Press TV — a channel that was banned in the UK for its part in filming the detention and torture of an Iranian journalist."  We're all aware that Jeremy Corbyn has employed the son of a former BBC Director General and communist Guardian newspaper journalist and Stalinist-holocaust denier, Seaumas Milne as his propaganda director.  Milne began his career working for the Communist Party of Great Britain's Straight Left, and in his 16 February 2006 Guardian newspaper article, he denied Stalin's holocaust of 20,000,000-40,000,000 people due to 1930s collectivisation (3-6 times as many as Nazi 6,000,000 murders) by claiming that only the murders of political rebels recorded in the Soviet Archives should be remembered: "the real records of repression now available from the Soviet archives are horrific enough (799,455 people were recorded as executed between 1921 and 1953 and the labour camp population reached 2.5 million at its peak) without engaging in an ideologically-fuelled inflation game".  This is similar to David Irving's Jewish holocaust denial stunt, relying on incomplete official records and ignoring the hard facts of the holocaust established from the other records of population decrease.  The 1972 edition of The Guinness Book of Records on page 201 states that the 1936-8 purge (the Yezhovshchina) by the NKVD (later called the KGB) led to evidence in: "population statistics which show a deficiency of males from before the outbreak of the 1941-45 war" and explains that this source of data (which is so callously ignored altogether by Milne) gives 8,000,000-10,000,000 dead as a probable minimum, to which must be added the "forced labour" deaths (again omitted from all official records, but estimated from population data) of 19,000,000 murders.  So Milne is just a nasty, callous holocaust denier, and on a far bigger scale than David Irving, because the true fascism of the 1939 joint invasion of Poland by the USSR and Nazis (which lasted until June 1941) is being abused for his own personal political prejudices, which Jeremy Corbyn buys into.  Later editions of the Guinness Book of Records gave more detailed statistical estimate of Stalin's total murders of 40 million.  Milne is not refuting the details of these estimates, just ignoring them altogether (holocaust denial). The 1990 book The great terror: a reassessment by the great Robert Conquest, who had originally exposed a glimpse of the scale of the Soviet holocaust in 1968, shows that in the early 1930s over 14 million innocent Soviet citizens were murdered and by early 1939, 5% of the entire population of the Soviet Union had been arrested, 8 million innocent people were in concentration camps and prisons, and 90% of those died (2 million had already died in Soviet camps and prisons in 1937-8, and 1 million had been shot).  Milne ignores all of this evidence: Jeremy Corbyn thus employs a terrible holocaust denier.

Extract (click on photo for larger view) from Leo McKinstry's brilliant article on shadow Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn's terrorism connections in the Daily Express, 15 May 2017, page 12.  Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, who could become Britain's Prime Minister on 8 June 2017 in the general election, has repeatedly shown solidarity with terrorists like the IRA bomber Patrick Magee, who murdered five people in 1984 with a bomb in Brighton and crippled the wife of Norman TebbitJeremy Corbyn was actually arrested in 1986 outside the Old Bailey when he protested against the prosecution of terrorist Magee.  Will Corbyn do the same thing as Prime Minister, or not?

I'm all for supporting minority groups achieve freedom of speech, but that's not the same thing as supporting groups that murder innocent people with bombs or any other means.  Corbyn is also anti-nuclear deterrence and even, as we have shown, anti-civil defence: he is obsessed with using contrived weasel words to try to attack every practical, proof-tested course of peaceful action that can mitigate and deter dictatorial aggression and terrorism.  Chamberlain thrice tried talks and handshakes with terrorists in Germany in 1938, and it just encouraged aggression which is down to actions, not words.

1. Jeremy Corbyn claims he is anti-violence yet he has friends as terrorists, e.g. IRA and other terrorists.  
2. Jeremy Corbyn claims he is anti-violence yet he supports terrorists, e.g. he supports Hamas.  
3. Jeremy Corbyn claims he is anti-violence yet he is friend of Red Ken, cheerleader for anti-semites.  
4. Jeremy Corbyn claims he is anti-violence yet he funded Holocaust deniers.  

5. Jeremy Corbyn claims he is anti-violence yet he tolerated anti-semitism in the Labour party.  

6. Jeremy Corbyn claims he is anti-violence yet he has been on the payroll of state-funded Iranian media.

17 May 1987 cutting from the Sunday Express's front page showing how Jeremy Corbyn supported terrorists (full transcript below; note that the article has been misquoted in fake news by terrorism -friends of Corbyn):

17 May 1987 Sunday Express, page 1:
MP hails IRA dead
“A Labour MP stood in silence for a minute yesterday to honour the eight IRA gunmen shot dead in an SAS ambush nine days ago.
Mr Jeremy Corbyn, 38, joined a 200-strong audience at London’s Conway Hall in paying tribute to the terrorists shot as they bombed Loughall police station in County Armagh, Ulster.
“Mr Corbyn, MP for Islington North, attacked the government’s Ulster policy and said troops should be pulled out of the Province.
"Then Mr Corbyn, MP for Islington North, attacked the Government's Ulster policy and said that troops should be pulled out of the province [thereby giving a free hand to the IRA terrorists and preventing the Good Friday peace agreement, which in 1999 occurred only after the terrorists had been disarmed].
“He told a meeting of the Wolfe Tone Society: ‘I’m happy to commemorate all those [terrorists] who died fighting for an independent Ireland’.”
20 May 2017 Daily Express page 19: Richard Madeley on Jeremy Corbyn terrorism support actions while a backbench MP.


Jeremy Corbyn is criticised by victims' families after failing to condemn the IRA

The sister of one IRA victim said Corbyn's refusal amounted to an “insult to all our dead loved ones"

"Mr Corbyn first met with Gerry Adams in London in 1984, well before the IRA campaign ended in 1994 [IRA terrorism ended in 1994 due to the British Army's disarming actions against terrorists, precisely what Jeremy Corbyn had opposed to loudly during the 1980s, when he believed like Chamberlain in 1938 in dialogue with terrorists prior to disarming them and as an alternative to disarming them, rather than disarming them first and talking afterwards which was the policy that proved to be successful with the IRA in the 1990s!]"

Above: the 1984 Jeremy Corbyn politics in support of talks with terrorists before disarming the terrorists.  The IRA's 1984 slogan, "Give Ireland Peace and there will be no war," is just a copy-cat of Adolf Hitler's infamous 1938 tactics, fully explained by Genevieve Tabouis in her February 1938 Penguin books special, Blackmail or War, where she writes on page 8: "Perhaps war does not pay, but blackmail, based on the threat of war, certainly does."  This is Jeremy Corbyn's shameful legacy.  Everytime politicians go face to face and "negotiate" with terrorists who are violent coercive thugs and are in effect pointing a loaded gun at peace, you simply appease them and encourage more terrorism, more war!  Jeremy Corbyn also showed contempt to the Jewish Chronicle by refusing the answer vital questions concerning racism.

"Just weeks after the Brighton bombing, Corbyn invited Gerry Adams, the president of Sinn Fein, and two convicted IRA terrorists to the House of Commons. ... In a disgraceful speech last Friday he stated that Britain had not fought a single just war since 1945 ... Corbyn said on Friday that he is not a pacifist.  He certainly isn't.  He is an apologist for terror movements and thuggist dictatorships all over the world, once describing both Hamas and Hezbollah as his "friends". [Jeremy Corbyn tries to exhonerate himself by using gibberish, Chamberlain-style weasel words to try to distance himself from the scorn of the victims of terrorists by denouncing all of the bloody murders done by the "political comrades in revolution", but he is in fact expressing hatred for capitalist integration and a love for the division of multi-cultural civil wars... he nauseatingly described the death of Osama Bin Laden as "a tragedy". ... A member of CND [campaign of anti-nuclear deterrence], he prevaricates feebly ... thereby rendering the whole concept of deterrence useless."

- Leo McKinstry, Daily Express, 15 May 2017, page 12.

Update (24 May 2017):

February 1938 Penguin book by Genevieve Tabouis, Blackmail or War.

In February 1938, a female French journalist, Genevieve Tabouis, the diplomatic editor of French newspaper l'Oeuvre, published the third Penguin special (S3), Blackmail or War, 246 page in length.  The date page of my second printing shows that it was first printed in February 1938, and reprinted the same month.  She warned clearly that the terrorist regime in Germany was using the threat of war to blackmail the appeasement-obsessed democracies into the defeatist policy of surrendering to racist terrorism:

"Italy had already seen during her Ethiopian adventure how prone the democracies were to yielding to blackmail of this kind.  A year later, on March 7th, 1935, Germany received confirmation of it when ... she decided upon the re-militarisation of the Rhine ... Japan had set them both an example of these methods in 1932.  All these victories were gained without any risk [the terrorists could have changed tactics if opposed, which didn't happen], without any fighting ... Perhaps war does not pay, but blackmail, based on the threat of war, certainly did. ... In France ... Public Opinion takes the point of view that war, which may perhaps be inevitable, would involve the utter ruin of our civilisation."

- Genevieve Tabouis, Blackmail or War, Penguin special S3, February 1938, pages 7-8.

Fear of terrorism was used, just as Tabouis warned in February 1938, against Chamberlain later that year when he flew to Germany three times to plead with a bigoted, racist terrorist, shaking his hand and obtaining his autograph on worthless paper "peace-deals".  Tabouis also explains how terrorists use the propaganda tactics of internationalism and "uniting people" to start civil wars, just as terrorists use the same tactics now in bombing Britain and other countries to advance their agenda:

"In the name of 'racial science', which is simply imperialism in a new guise, he demanded that 100 million persons of German race and culture who are scattered throughout the world should be united ..."

- Genevieve Tabouis, Blackmail or War, Penguin special S3, February 1938, page 33.

This is precisely the tactic being copied today by the so-called "Islamic State" or "ISIS" terrorists when they claim to want to unite Sunni and Shia religions in a jihad against liberty and freedom.  Commenting on the origins of Jeremy Corbyn's brand of extremism, Tabouis states on page 48 that support for communism, such as "the Commune of 1871 in France, can be traced to a nationalism which has been provoked beyond endurance."  She notes on the same page (page 48) that fascist Mussolini turned from his communist firebrand origins into a nationalist dictator in October 1922, at roughly the same time that Hitler was trying to organise his early failed terrorist revolution.

"In France, the English have often been reproached for having welcomed fascism with the simple and short-sighted remark that every dictatorship in Europe is useful if it contributes to the maintenance of order.  Such was undoubtedly Sir Austen Chamberlain's [British Foreign Minister and the half-brother of the 1938 Nazi-appeasing ideologue Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain] idea when he proceeded to Rome in 1925, at a moment when Mussolini was in considerable difficulties.  The British Foreign Minister took the view that the fall of Mussolini would involve Italy in a fresh bout of anarchy and internal disturbances which would form a pretext for further unrest in Europe and would, above all, be likely to harm British commercial interests.

"Sir Austen took advantage of a summer cruise in the Mediterranean to meet the Duce [Mussolini] at Leghorn.  ... The following year, Sir Austen tried to do Primo de Rivera [of Spain] the same favour by going on a cruise to Barcelona.  He imagined that he was acting in the interests of order and peace, whereas both in Italy and Spain, these moves were interpreted as granting a free hand to the joint ambitions of the two Latin dictators."

Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain wasn't so "naive" in the way usually described, flying to Germany to visit Hitler three times in 1938, first shaking Hitler's hand at Berchtesgaden, when a week later going to Godesberg to do the same, and finally meeting Hitler for a third time in Munich at the end of September 1938.  His half-brother, Sir Austen Chamberlain, had masterminded the "let's talk to terrorists and dictators"-appeasement strategy more than a decade earlier, leading to a secure dictatorship of fascism in Italy and a Civil War in Spain.  This is fact.  Chamberlain wanted fascism.

The idea that Britain should have a blathering, fascist supporting Prime Minister who shakes hands with terrorists like Hitler in the name of reducing our defence budget is not a far-fetched fantasy but is a real threat, since it has happened previously.

UPDATE (26 May 2017): Jeremy Corbyn will today exploit the Manchester terrorist attack to make a ranting speech against so-called British imperialism, which he blames for the suicide attacks of 9/11

Taking offense at anti British terrorism and anti British racism: Leo McKinstry in the Daily Express, 25 May 2017, page 12.

Jeremy Corbyn will today make a ranting speech attacking Britain for combatting the 9/11 terrorist network, blaming British "imperialist" military anti-terrorist actions, and effectively siding with the terrorist network which hates liberty and freedom, while trying to censor any disclosure of his own involvement in backing murders by terrorists!

The police will not arrest Jeremy Corbyn again, as they did in 1986 when he tried to prevent the prosecution of the terrorist Patrick Magee at the Old Bailey court in London.  They will permit him to incite hatred and violence because he is politically powerful and has the backing of the Guardian and BBC.

Update (26 May 2017): Jeremy Corbyn's hate speech blaming terrorism on British opponents of terrorism

“I have spent my political life working for peace and human rights and to bring an end to conflict and devastating wars. [No, mate, you opposed the disarming of the IRA which led to peace in Northern Ireland, and you sided with the murderers, getting arrested outside the Old Bailey in 1986 when trying to stop the just prosecution of the inhumane bomber Patrick Magee!] That will almost always mean talking to people you profoundly disagree with. [No, mate, that was what Sir Austen Chamberlain did with Mussolini in 1925, what Neville Chamberlain did with Hitler three times in 1938, and what you did with the IRA in 1984 leading them to intensify their murderous bombing spree until the brave SAS disarmed them!]  That’s what conflict resolution is all about. [No, mate, the peace talks come after you win the war to stop the thugs, not the other way around.]  … Democracy will prevail. We must defend our democratic process, win our arguments by discussion and debate, and stand united against those who would seek to take our rights away, or who would divide us.  [No, you liar, you are not a democrat and you don’t win the arguments by discussion because you REFUSED TO EVEN TAKE A SINGLE QUESTION after you gave this very speech!  Duh!  Your speech was a democratic as a Nuremberg Rally speech by Hitler, or as democratic as a pontificating rant by Fidel Castro or Joseph Stalin!]”

- Jeremy Corbyn, hate speech favouring negotiations with terrorists, 26 May 2017.

Jeremy Corbyn blames terrorist attacks such as Manchester bombing on UK foreign policy

"Intelligence experts [Corbyn's CND liars presumably, and their fascist European Union friends] have linked ‘wars our government has supported or fought in other countries and terrorism here at home’, Labour leader claims"
Rob Merrick Deputy Political Editor
"Jeremy Corbyn has taken the hugely controversial step of blaming Britain’s foreign wars for terror attacks such as the Manchester suicide bombing....

“It is also a dereliction of duty to allow jihadis to return to this country, including it seems, Monday night’s terrorist,” said Ukip leader Paul Nuttall."

Update (27 May 2017):

Extract from the article, "Now Corbyn uses human suffering for political ends" by Chris Roycroft Davis, Daily Express 27 May 2017, page 12.  Jeremy Corbyn has consistently voted in the House of Commons against measures to halt terrorists, including the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act of 2001 and the 2006 Terrorism Act, and in 2011 he voted against the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act, and 18 months ago he abstained from voting for the Investigative Powers Bill, but he now blames everybody but himself for the results of his terrorism support in Manchester.

One thing he has consistently supported is communism, addressing the 40th Annual Congress of the Communist Party of Great Britain in 1989 to attack the deterrence of terrorism as being an "obscenity" and pledging "unwavering commitment to unilateral disarmament" while standing in front of a hammer and sickle USSR flag, as reported and photographed in the communist paper, Morning Star.  The 40th Annual Congress was hosted in his constituency of North Islington, a hotbed for anti-British racists and hate inciters.  Corbyn supported race war, cultural war, class war and religious war as part of the USSR's "divide and rule" assault on Britain in the Cold War, and he maintains these principles.

Corbyn addressing the 40th Annual Congress of the Communist Party of Great Britain in 1989. The Communist Party has taken the unprecedented step of not fielding any Communist Party candidates against Corbyn in the 8 June 2017 general election, telling its communists to vote for Corbyn's new Marxist based Labour Party instead.  All through the Cold War, communists were murdering innocent people by inciting terrorist thugs against democracy in Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, etc.
21 May 2017 Daily Express, page 15: Jeremy Corbyn's Former Communist Party aide's [Andrew Murray] children are trying to use a tax dodge to avoid paying society £500,000 in inheritance tax (giving the lie to Communist's claims to want to use taxation to equalise wealth): "The children of Jeremy Corbyn's ex-Communist Party aide had their mother's £1.7 million house transferred into their names [avoiding a £500,000 tax bill, if she dies more than 7 years after the transfer] ... [Andrew] Murray has spoken up in support of North Korea, Stalin and the Soviet Union."

Paul Mercer's brilliant 1986 book, "Peace of the Dead", exposed how the Marxists infiltrated "peace lobby" CND (which wanted to disarm Britain to allow the Russians to invade without a deterrent) with IRA supporters, Brezhnev era terrorists, and bombers.  Sean MacBride was on the Irish CND Committee, and on the International Peace Bureau (which counted on CND as a member body), and so on up to Boris Ponomarev, Head of the International Department for the Kremlin's Politburo, which ran the World Peace Council (a front for war).  What we see today from Jeremy Corbyn is just a repeat of the endless propaganda for Marxist revolution, dressed up in Orwellian Doublethink as "peace".  In the 1980s, most people had some resilience to this propaganda due to reading Orwell's 1984, or Constantine Fitzgibbon's When the Kissing had to stop.  To counter this, CND and fellow travelling "biased scientists" like Carl Sagan abused the data on thermal shadowing in cities by buildings (assuming falsely that cities are like unobstructed deserts) to exaggerate fires and "predict" firestorms that release enough soot to cause a "nuclear winter".  This lie was debunked in 1951 by the UK Home Office Scientific Advisory Branch's George R. Stanbury in secret studies of thermal shadowing by modern city skylines in London, Birmingham, Liverpool, etc.

We have repeatedly exposed "nuclear winter" debunking evidence on this blog, but it is still being ignored by CND fear mongering terrorism supporters.  The truth is, nuclear deterrence using tactical nuclear weapons helped avoid aggression in the Cold War, but it was ended in 1991 due to propaganda from the Corbyn-Chamberlain breed of "peace monger", and has led to more terrorism.  Invasions of massed terrorist groups in trucks or in tanks can be stopped or deterred, or at least forced to disperse into a less concentrated force, by this method.  By the nuclear deterrent effect of forcing enemy tanks and vehicles to disperse, their ability to invade is diminished, and conventional weapons are then more effective in combating the dispersed invasion force.  For example, if invading enemy tanks are dispersed to reduce their vulnerability to a tactical nuclear explosion, then it is easier to pick them off one by one using hand-held anti-tank rockets.  You can't do that so effectively against the barrage of fire from a large, concentrated, invading tank force.  Kuwait was invaded by Iraq, sparking off the first Gulf War, because Reagan's W79 tactical nuclear deterrence against concentrated invasion forces had not been deployed against Middle East dictatorships, after the Cold War ended.
Update, 31 May 2017

29 May 2017 Daily Express page 12: newspaper editorial about Diane Abbott's claim that "every defeat of the British state is a victory for us all."  She also deliberately incited hate and tried to start a race war by saying in the 15 November 1985 issue of Socialist Challenge: "all white people are racist".

The same page contains Leo McKinstry's article on the problem of Corbyn's Marxist shadow chancellor John McDonnell who rants in front of communist banners: in the 1970s Britain's Marxist unions controlled Labour prime minister James Callaghan, forcing endless strikes, particularly after Britain's IMF bailout when nationalised industries simply went on strike for higher pay (believing that the money should be spent on them, not used as Callaghan wanted to pay interest on Britain's debt mountain).

I remember having to repeatedly walk home from school as a young child in the dark, to a cold house - the electric heaters were off for the same reason as the street lamps - and try to do homework by candle light (when the shops hadn't sold out of candles), because of the coal strives which cut the power generators.  There was one factory with lights on the the town, and they had their own small generator.  That was the "joy" of Britain's flirtation with 1970s Marxism.  In the 1980s, Thatcher turned to nuclear power to keep the lights on, and to prevent the coal miners holding the heavily debt ridden country to ransom.  The danger is like this: nationalising everything the way Corbyn wants costs money (the government sells bonds to investors to get the cash - but the government has to promise to buy the bonds back paying extra i.e. interest, to get people to buy them).

We already have a colossal £1.7 trillion national debt, more per head than even bankrupt states like Greece.  The only reason we aren't bankrupt like Greece, despite our greater debt, is that we attract lots of job-creating businesses in the competitive world by offering relatively attractive corporation tax rates, etc.  Corbyn wants to raise corporation tax to get money, but we have already tried that in the 1970s and it failed: companies went away taking their money, their jobs, etc.  People moved away to tax havens.  Like the USSR or Greece, you end up with a reduced productive private sector, and a massively bloated state sector which is funded essentially by tax from the reduced private sector.  The state sector becomes filled with union controlled workers whose main role ends up as militancy and strikes.  A recipe for bankrupcy.  When the debt reaches the point where investors become scared of your country's impending bankrupcy, they demand more interest or they invest elsewhere.  So you pay higher interest rates on the debt mountain, which means that your main expenditure becomes debt interest.  Eventually, you begin borrowing just to pay interest on existing debt.  Then, even the dumbest investor runs.  At that point, the country is insolvent, inflation kicks in, and the country is ruined for decades, as it was by 1979.  In a good case, the country then comes to its senses and backs a return to private industry, but that leads to riots, hatred and division state jobs are lost to save money.

McKinstry ignores the 1970s episode in Britain, and gives a more recent example where Corbyn backed the 1999 Marxist revolution in Venezuela by Hugo Chavez which nationalised and taxed the country into bankrupcy: "Inflation is running at 1660 percent.  Shops are empty. Riots are endemic."  Corbyn welcomed this destruction of Venezuela with the Marxist blather: "Success for radical policies in Venezuela is being achieved by providing for the poorest."  The problem is that democracy got Hitler elected in 1933 on false promises: Hitler's massive "national socialist" state spending for full employment was done on the back of a debt bubble that mortgaged Germany's future, and the borrowed money had ran out by 1939.  War ensued.  Jeremy Corbyn has recently been trying to promote a friendly image of himself by claiming he campaigned for the release of South African terrorist movement supporters, e.g. Nelson Mandela.  However, at the time Corbyn was supporting all the terrorist groups like the IRA and ANC, they were killing people.  It wasn't terrorism or violence that solved the problems, it was reconciliation, and that didn't result from appeasement, but from de-radicalising terrorism supporters and turning them into peaceful, reasonable people. That's what Reagan did with Gorbachev, negotiating from a position of strength, not from a position of weakness.

"... it is surprising that many of our politicians ... eulogised about a mass murderer [Martin McGuinness's IRA murdered 1,778 British nationals and 162 Irish "informers"] ... Cheerleader-in-Chief - naturally - was the BBC. ... In reality, it was the death of a man who authorised murder on a staggering scale and condoned executions, torture, knee-cappings, beatings and intimidation of supposed informers ... McGuinness [by age 22] was second in command.  That coincided with the Bloody Sunday protest, which was the sibject of the £200 million inquiry that concluded, amongst other findings, that McGuinness had definitely 'engaged in paramilitary activity' on the day. ... As one of the group's seven man Army Council, McGuinness would have authorised horrific terror attacks ... Yet for so many last week, he was a hero ... For Tony Blair he was 'a thoughtful, reflective and committed individual.'  Blair's right-hand man Alistair Campbell called him 'a very, very warm human being and very likeable', and 'a great guy'.  Even former US president Bill Clinton waxed lyrical.  'Martin was calm, courageous and direct,' he said.  ...

"The unpalatable truth is this: when this killer decided to be a peacemaker, the game was up for his beloved IRA.  The British Army, MI5 and the Royal Ulster Constabulary had defeated the thuggish terrorists [using raids, detentions, disarmament of the terrorists by force, anti-terrorist ambushes to deter raids, and the anti-blast "peace walls" to provide security to communities and make serious terrorist attacks harder to accomplish; all vital tactics to use against so-called "Islamic State", unlike making friends with terrorists as Jeremy Corbyn wants to do, and falsely claims was what was done in Northern Ireland].  All that was left for him was to flee to safety and secure a deal that would guarantee him immunity from any prosecutions.  That so many were taken in [by BBC pro terrorist propaganda "fake news"] with his new stance simply shows their naivety.  The BBC breathlessly informed us that, when he died, he was surrounded by his loved ones.  How many of his victims could say the same?"

- Nick Ferrari, Sunday Express, 26 March 2017, page 31.

Update (3 June 2017):

The last Revolutionary Communist infiltration of Britain's Labour Party

"Even for the 1980s, when Labour was in the wilderness, his [Jeremy Corbyn's] views were extreme, as reflected in his demand for 'the overthrow of capitalism' or his support for violent Irish Republicanism. ... Corbyn is often praised for strong, unchanging convictions, but there is nothing laudable in this [honest people admit when they are wrong]. Josef Stalin, Pol Pot and Chairman Mao all had strong convictions ... Corbyn's far-left radicalism is the antithesis of liberal democracy ... like an old Soviet relic from the Cold War era.  This is a man who wants us to abandon our nuclear deterrent and hand the Falkland Islands to Argentina. ... His approach is a recipe for a return to the dark, chaotic days of the 1970s when the country was wrecked by bullying unions and expensive state socialism ... Corbyn's defenders call him 'a breath of fresh air.'  In truth, he represents the fetid, dying gasp of rotten Labour."

- Leo McKinstry, Daily Express, 14 September 2015, page 12.


Woodrow Wyatt's 1977 book, What's Left of the Labour Party? (Marxism!), reviews the infiltration tactics used by Communists to get into the Labour Party and in Trade Unions to turn them into Marxist puppets of the Soviet Union, causing Britain's descent into economic bankrupcy (requiring an IMF bailout) in the 1970's.  Wyatt was a Labour MP who served as Under Secretary for War in Attlee's second government.  Attlee took extreme measures to proscribe communists from taking over the Labour Party, but subsequent leaders, propped up with Marxist trade union cash, succumbed.  In 1956, Wyatt warned about Communists falsifying ballots to gain control of the Electricians' Union, which funded the Labour Party.  The book's jacket blurb explains the Orwellian doublethink involved clearly:

"The capturing of important official posts in the Labour Party and the trade unions by tiny, unrepresentative and malevolent minorities is called expressing the people's will.  The prevention of secret postal ballots in union affairs is called protecting union members from undemocratic outside interference.  Block votes wielded at Labour Party Conferences by a handful of trade union leaders who have not consulted their members, or ascertained their wishes [Corbyn wants to repeal laws forcing democracy upon trade union strike decisions, etc.], are described as the epitome of representative democracy.  The selection of ultra-Left Wing Labour candidates by tiny local caucuses who have views alien to 90% of Labour voters is called acting in the people's name."

This book was published two years before the 1978-9 winter of discontent when the strikers refused to bury the dead, collect rubbish, provide coal for electric power stations, and disrupted life for millions of people.  Wyatt explains on page 137 what the basic problem is: Russians were in 1977 allowed ownership of 1/3 acre, amounting to 1% of the total arable acre, the other 99% being collective state farms.  The 1% of the farmland owned privately generated 33% of all Russian foodstuffs.  In other words, private farming in Russia was over 30 times more efficient than collective state farms: communism was a disaster compared to private enterprise!  On page 164, Wyatt recommended that the communist ridden Labour Party be sent into the wilderness for a long time to cleanse itself of toxic ideologues (something which occurred on 4 May 1979 and lasted until 1997):

"The Labour Party must have the shock of going into the wilderness for a long time - at least for two Parliaments.  The Social Democrats in it would then apprehend that the tactic of appeasing the Marxists and the extreme Left Wing in order to present itself an apparently united Party to win elections has exhausted itself. ... Social Democrats do not believe that the power of the State is more powerful than the liberty of the individual.  The Marxists, Trotskyists, and other extremes in the Labour Party, on the contrary, believe that the people are not competent to choose what is best for them, but must have a Socialist system imposed upon them.  Hence, they are little different from outright members of the Communist Party."

Wyatt starts his book by a review of what really happened when Karl Marx, writing his evil doctrine of communist in British Library of London, turned anarchist gibberish into a religion.  In 1870, five years before Marx's infamous rant, 47 anarchists issued a declaration after being arrested for an attempted uprising at Lyon: "From each according to his faculties, to each according to his needs."  All that Karl Marx did in 1875 was to change the anarchist's word "facilities" to "abilities".  The roots of Britain's Marxism had been laid by Chamberlain's government when it nationalised coal royalties in 1938, the idea being to safeguard the price of coal (a basic necessity) from profiteering. (Attlee later nationalised the actual coal mines.)

Conservatives also first nationalised electricity distribution in 1926 by creating the Central Electricity Board which owned the National Grid of power cables.  During World War II, Churchill created Britain's "Social State" including social workers and state funded health care, which had to be set up to care for millions of children, disabled people and mothers evacuated from bombing target areas before the Blitz, and the injured and homeless in air raids.  This wartime civil defence network of state hospitals and social services provided a testing ground and nucleus for Attlee's National Health Service or Welfare State of 1948, initially done on an economic, sound budget.  While civil defence hating Marxists like Corbyn choose to ignore the wartime British social state, and claim that Attlee was elected in 1945 to create what was already begun (Churchill's 1945 manifesto also provided for a welfare state), the truth is that Attlee just took the credit for extending the WWII welfare system, and he was only elected because by 1945 people wanted a change after 14 years of Conservative rule.

The problems of nationalisation soon became clear: the government, as state employer for millions of health workers and other nationalised industry workers, is constantly fighting union blackmail by strikes for higher wages.  Taxation to pay those wages then chokes the private industry which is paying the tax, pushing up its costs, making its exports too expensive to be competitive in the world.

While some of Attlee's nationalisation program made sense and has never been reversed (Attlee nationalised the Bank of England), much of it has later been re-privatised (sold off) in part or whole by Conservative governments (for example, water companies, telecommunications, and the railways).  Corbyn wants to re-nationalise, at tremendous expense.  While the wholesale nationalisation in 1960-90's Britain was defended as preventing exploitative private cartels of greedy big businesses, "state control" (aka Trade Union Marxist strike-blackmail control) had its own set of problems.  Prior to the privatisation of Britain's only and state-owned telecommunications company, "Post Office Telecommunications" (which was later renamed British Telecom, or BT), my commerce teacher used to debunk the notion of private telephone companies by explaining that the idea would lead to roads being repeatedly dug up by the different companies, each to lay their own cables, while the unnecessary duplication of head offices (for all the private companies) would be inefficient compared to state control.  However, sometimes the advantages of competition and consumer choice outweigh those disadvantages.  The Labour Party was committed to nationalisation through the infamous communist type "Clause 4" of its constitution, which demanded "common ownership of the means of production, distribution, and exchange".

This communist type "Clause 4" was fought bravely by the great Labour Leader Hugh Gaitskell at the 1959 Blackpool conference of the Labour Party, but he was outvoted, Labour lost the next election, and "Clause 4" for communist-type nationalising remained until 1995.  Its final death in 1995 led to the landslide Labour victory in 1997, led by CND member Tony Blair, who started terrible wars instead of deterring them or defending people with a peaceful, disaster mitigating Civil Defence Corps (which Attlee had set up in 1948 but Marxist Harold Wilson had abolished in 1968).  

By 1974, the Labour Party Manifesto was driven almost entirely by its Marxist Union paymasters and had an agenda virtually copied straight from Karl Marx:

"We shall introduce an annual wealth tax on the rich; bring in a new tax on major transfers of personal wealth ... To achieve far greater economic equality ... To increase social equality ... To bring about a fundamental and irreversible shift in the balance of power and wealth in favour of working people and their families."

Wyatt comments on page 103 of his 1977 book that this led to a Catch-22 that made Marxist influence dominate in the Labour Party and bankrupt the country: "All Labour Governments have begun by overspending and have been forced to draw back.  Each time they have drawn back, the protests of their Left Wing have become more influential, and the cutbacks less effective.  Each Labour Government leaves us with a total public spending higher than when it took office and which weighs down productive industry still further.  By uneven jerks, the economy grows weaker."

The problem is that, just as the fact that 70% of immigrants today vote Labour, drives Labour to welcome excessive immigration (which drives up hospital waiting lists, house prices, rent costs, pollution, overcrowding, social deprivation, etc.) for the extra votes, the majority of state employed voters also vote Labour, which encourages Labour Governments to expand the state payroll for political vote gain, as Wyatt explains on page 101:

"The larger the government payroll can be made, the greater the voting strength of Labour.  Labour is the champion of public expenditure, however wasteful. ... In June 1976 there were some 2,900,000 local government employees ... an increase of ... 1,200,000 over the figure for June 1964 ... There are some 850,000 workers in the National Health Service ... Their numbers have multiplied exceedingly without any improvement in the quality ... Add the totals employed in the Civil Service, local government and National Service ... 4,500,000.  When wives and adult dependants are included, the voting figure at general elections is gigantic.  By the nature of their work, none of these employees can be connected to a profit motive, or have any direct interest in whether industry does well or badly."

Wyatt points out on page 102, that reducing the number of state employees to the 1964 level would save £6 billion a year and be a terrific boost to bankrupt 1977 Britain, but it would be political suicide for the Labour Party to sack so many Labour voters, and Marxists loved making Britain bankrupt as it provided an added excuse to flog a dead horse (or kill a golden goose, if you prefer): "An added attraction to the extremist is that this wasteful expenditure entails an unnaturally high rate of taxation.  It enables him to say that, in order for justice to be done, those with incomes beyond £10,000 a year or with assets beyond £50,000 should be annihilated by taxation. ... The less money the individual is allowed to keep, the less democratic an expression can he give to his wishes, and the more he becomes a slave to the State; and eventually he accepts his fate because he can see no way of escaping it."  Putting that another way, it was Britain's enormous Marxist orientated state sector expansion by Harold Wilson after 1964 which caused the financial crisis of the 1970's.  Thatcher had to use draconian tactics after 1979 to stabilise and begin rebuilding Britain's economy, cutting down state sector spending and thereby reducing private sector taxation back to levels that made private business profitable again.

A Gallup Poll in January 1977 showed that 54% of British people stated that the most powerful man in England was not the relatively harmless puppet Prime Minister James Callaghan, but the man who pulled his strings, the infamous Marxist Jack Jones, the General Secretary of the Transport and General Workers Union (which in 1977 had two million members, and a large Labour Party block vote).  Wyatt explains on page 104: "According to the BBC's overseas monitoring service, Jack Jones himself said on East German radio on 26 June 1976 that he felt at home in East Germany.  There is no reason to doubt him."  In the same way, Jeremy Corbyn, while a vile hater of liberty in his own right, is also just a puppet on a string controlled by the big union paymasters, which effectively influence Labour.  So with a Marxist Labour government, the control of the country by the Prime Minister becomes just a front for the freedom hating extremists (militant trade unionists).

Wyatt puts this clearly in the title of chapter 9 of his 1977 book: "The Marxist Minority in the Labour Party controls the Minority Labour Government", where he explains on page 104 that less than 30% of the electorate actually voted for Labour when it got 39% of votes cast and won the election in October 1974.  Wyatt goes on to explain on pages 111-112 that, in accordance with General Secretary Jack Jones' love of communist East Germany, Labour's Programme for Britain 1976: "sets out the plan for creating an Eastern European style society in Britain.  At the 1976 Labour Party Conference in Blackpool, care was taken to see that this plan was endorsed by a card vote ... This makes the whole document of 147 pages the confirmed and actual policy of the Labour Party. ... As an addition to this document, which was first published on 28 May 1976, Labour's National Executive ... announced the impending nationalisation of the four big banks - National Westminster, Lloyds, Barclays and Midland."

Britain was only spared turning into another East Germany by this Marxist crap because the money promptly ran out!  In 1976, Callaghan had to beg the IMF (International Monetary Fund) for a bailout of $4 billion.  The IMF insisted then (like Germany does now, when bailing out Greek debts) that Callaghan made severe cuts to Britain's wasteful expenditure, and this condition on the IMF loan killed off Jack Jones' dreams for forcing USSR communist system upon Britain: we didn't have the money to nationalise everything.  As Thatcher put it, socialism had run out of other people's money!

"Nor should it be assumed that having achieved Labour's Programme for Britain 1976 the Marxists would be satisfied.  They would go on and on until Clause 4 had been turned into a reality by State takeover ... Just as in Eastern European countries the government would make the plans for industry and order industries to carry them out, however unsuitable they may be for the economy.  Strangled by regulations and inappropriate instructions, what was left of free enterprise would be bankrupted and thus could be taken over by the Marxist-dominated Labour Party at little cost, until the State owned everything, however profitless and inefficient it had become."

- Woodrow Wyatt, What's Left of the Labour Party?, Sidgwick and Jackson, London, 1977, pages 113-114.

Wyatt's analysis then becomes as bleak as Orwell's 1984.  Wyatt explains on pages 122-3 how the 1976 Marxist Labour Party planned to nationalise, and bring into government control, the press (TV was already fully infiltrated by Marxists):

"The Marxists know very well that it is impossible to run a Marxist state if a free press continues to operate within it.  The repression which is inseparable from a Marxist State requires that the citizen should not know the facts about what is going on in his own country or abroad.  It requires that the citizen should have no place, other than in controlled Party circles, to voice any criticism of the way the country is being run.

"Isolation from fact and opinion is essential in curbing discontent and refusal to cooperate with the authorities.  It is not by chance that as the Marxist influence has grown in the Labour Party, so has concern with ways, which it is hoped can be made to look respectable [e.g. clamping down on misinformation, fear mongering, enemy propaganda, or faked news], to end the freedom of the press. ...

"Hitler obligingly set out his plans in Mein Kampf but the world did not read this instructive work for fear of being bored.  The Marxist extremists controlling the Labour Party have with equal frankness set out their plans.  It is not witch hunting to point out the similarity of their ideas to the systems operating in Eastern Europe.  It is merely recording the facts from their own published proposals. ... the Labour Government would have collapsed during 1975, 1976 and 1977 if the International Monetary Fund had not helped."

Wyatt on pages 125-6 shows why Britain was going bankrupt by examining the number of administrators in the NHS, National Health Service.  In 1966 there was one administrator for 9.5 hospital beds, while ten years later in 1976 there was one administrator for every 4.8 beds.  This example led to cycle of expansion and sacking of the number of administrators in hospitals: nurses and doctors would ask for administrators to free them from paperwork and allow them to spend more of their time on patients.  Then a vast amount of the NHS budget would be spent on administrators, leading to cut backs on nurses and doctors.  The next government would then pledge to cut the administrators, and the cycle of hiring and firing would begin all over again!  (My mother, an immigrant state registered staff nurse in NHS hospitals from the start of her career in 1951 until retirement, saw endless cycles of hiring and firing of NHS administrators for political agendas.  It cost a great deal of money to fire administrators due to redundancy pay-offs, and system changes.  The original Matron system left the administration responsibility in the hands of a senior nurse.  Efforts to cheapen the administration cost led to some tragic, irresponsible errors in paperwork, with examples of patients being given the wrong medication, or even having the wrong leg amputated.)

"It would seem unthinkable that the Marxists and Trotskyists and ultra-Left Wing fanatics should be able to foist their ideas on the British people.  But in the same speech in which Callaghan welcomed Labour's Programme for Britain 1976 he said: 'I also draw the Party's attention to a new factor creeping into the Party, which I warn against - namely those elements which misuse the word 'Socialist' and who seek to infiltrate our Party and use it to their own ends.  They are almost all recognisable by their jargon and their intolerance'."

- Woodrow Wyatt, What's Left of the Labour Party?, page 128.

Wyatt explained on pages 151-153 that genuine, carefully rational Marxist-fascist witch-hunting is encouraged as a fun and moral sport: "Between 1956 and 1972 the nationalised industries, despite their monopolistic position, lost £1,168,000,000.  Between 1962 and 1972 the nationalised industries received over £6,500,000,000 in subsidies, with which they were still unable, overall, to make a profit. ... The idea that the nationalised industries can ever be as efficient as the private sector is a joke.  While the nationalised industries paid only £81 million in taxes between 1962 and 1972, the private sector companies paid £13,729,000,000.  Yet investment in the nationalised industries between 1948 and 1972 was about 1/5 of the entire total of national investment in fixed assets in the United Kingdom. ... Pouring money into the nationalised industries and getting low productivity, and inferior results, has helped to hold back rises in the standard of living which would have taken place but for nationalisation."

Wyatt also explains on page 43 the history of communist party thugs, as wolves in sheep's clothing, infiltrating Labour due to the electorate's hatred of communist (owing to the communist aggressive inhumanity of the Cold War in Eastern Europe, Korea, etc.):

"In 1950, all the Communist Party's 100 candidates were defeated, including two Communist MPs who had sat in the 1945 Parliament.  This heightened the determination of the Communists to control the Labour Party by indirect means, since they would not establish themselves in Parliament under their own name.  Already the Communists had been for some years the masters of the Electricians' Union, by rigging the ballots.  This gave them a minor say at Labour Party conferences.  They now concentrated on capturing the important Engineers' Union either through open Communists or through those who for tactical or other reasons did not disclose themselves as Communist sympathisers [likewise, communists simply took out cheap Labour Party memberships to elect Jeremy Corbyn to party leadership, and they apply for admission as TV audience members on political TV debates, claiming to be undecided, Labour or even Conservative, in order to be accepted in large numbers to falsely "represent" another party, so they can clap for Marxist causes and shout down or heckle reason].  Some of the extremists in the Parliamentary Labour Party since 1945 were actually undercover Communists, others were very close to the Communist viewpoint [this includes the whole Labour shadow Cabinet today in 2017]. ... The importance of deception to the Communists can be seen by their fury when a low-profile Communist is publicly identified as such."

Wyatt's chapter 5 is titled, "[Nye] Bevan and [Harold] Wilson find useful the Support of Marxists and Extremists", and states at pages 51-3:

"One side, led by Nye Bevan and Harold Wilson, was relying on the support of Marxists and extremists ... Accordingly, as pressures grow, the leaders of the Labour Party feel obliged to put more and more nonsense into their Party programme, in order to placate their internal enemies [an example of Irving Janis's "groupthink"]. ... After the 1952 Labour Conference, Hugh Gaitskell made a speech at Stalybridge.  In it, he openly alleged that there had been distinct Communist infiltration among the delegates to the 1952 Labour Party Conference at Morecambe.  He went on to say, 'It is time to end the attempt at mob rule by a group of frustrated journalists, and restore the authority and leadership of the solid, sound, sensible majority of the movement."

On page 59, Wyatt tells the sorry story of how the communists abused him for exposing communist infiltration of the Electricians' Union, in his television broadcasts about the problem:

"The Communists were still in command and retaining their hold by cooking the union elections.  It was thought very disloyal of me to restore democracy to the Electricians's Union.  I was expelled from the local Labour Party to which I belonged in London [the usual Communist tactic of ganging up like thugs to intimidate whistle-blowers], which recommended that I should not be allowed to stand as a Labour candidate again.  Fortunately, Gaitskell, unhelped by Wilson, persuaded the National Executive to take no notice.  Communists and extremists are considered all right because they are on the Left.  Those who attack, expose and root them out are reprehensibly on the Right.  Doing so ensured that I had no political future."

Wyatt explains the sick "CND" anti-nuclear deterrence psychology of Communist thugs on page 65:

"Productivity was never of any interest to the extremists.  They would rather control men's lives in uniform misery according to their definition of the public good, than allow them to flourish freely.  In 1960, the most promising cause for overthrowing the Labour leadership was that of unilateral nuclear disarmament.  Many well-meaning but intellectually backward people, especially among the young, had been persuaded that their nuclear destruction was imminent.  Futile protest marches, from the atomic research centre at Aldermaston to Trafalgar Square, were undertaken and were very popular at Easter.  Those like Michael Foot, Barbara Castle, Tony Greenwood, and [Union boss and 1964-6 Minister for Technology in Harold Wilson's Labour Government] Frank Cousins, anxious to curry favour ... joined in the demonstrating.  That they could not have been very sincere [like Tony Blair's CND membership] was evidenced by their happily taking office subsequently in Labour Governments more heavily armed with the power of nuclear destruction than any that went before them.

"Not that they were alone in their hypocrisy.  Others of their comrades flaunted themselves at unilateral nuclear disarmament meetings, and later satisfied themselves that their consciences were in order when they received and accepted the call to office.  Judith Hart, Peter Shore, and others all thought their passionate support for unilateral nuclear disarmament was of secondary importance to ministerial position."

Famously, at the 1957 Labour Party Conference where anti-nuclear deterrence hatred had culminated in a motion for unilateral nuclear disarmament, Bevan responded that such a stupid, defeatist policy would send Britain's Foreign Secretary naked into the conference chamber.  But the nuclear haters persisted when Bevan died in July 1960, and union boss Frank Cousins denounced Hugh Gaitskell's pro-nuclear deterrent views as contrary to Socialism.  This eventually reached a head in the 1983 and 1987 general elections, where Labour was led to defeat, respectively, by anti-nuclear Michael Foot and by anti-nuclear Neil Kinnock.  Woodrow Wyatt shows that income tax levels reached 83% in 1975, and on page 133 he explains how the British communist nuclear disarmament plan to allow blackmail or invasion by Russian communists fitted into the taxation plan to create slaves in a dictatorship:

"all taxation is a limitation of an individual's rights to deal as he wishes with the money he has earned or accumulated.  All taxation carried beyond a certain point must diminish the will, by effort and ingenuity, to earn more. ... Slowly we have grown to accept the view that none of our money is our own, that the State owns all of it and is graciously pleased to allow us to spend an ever-smaller part of it.  We are grateful for tax reliefs, as though they were a present, instead of a diminution in the amount confiscated. ... the greater the taxation, the less the liberty.  Not only is the taxpayer made more dependent on the State, but he has less freedom of choice as to what to do with his money.  The decisions are increasingly removed from him, inducing a servile state of mind."

Wyatt's final chapter 12, "What is to be done?" at page 165 offers brilliant advice that is fully applicable today to sort out Marxist Jeremy Corbyn's divided Labour Party:

"The real home for the Marxists and their allies is in a separate Communist Party in which they could openly declare their true beliefs instead of dissembling about them as they do today. ... A prerequisite is a landslide, or massive, victory for the Conservatives at the next election.  A narrow anti-Labour majority would not destroy the extreme Left Wingers.  It would stimulate them to argue more fiercely that the reason Labour lost was because the manifesto was not Socialist enough."


Woodrow Wyatt, What's Left of the Labour Party? (Marxism!), page 175:

"We are not suited to government by loud-mouthed minorities restlessly destroying what has been proved worthwhile, with the unlikely aim of replacing it with something better after their work of destruction is completed."

Update: 6 June 2017, some good news at last after the recent terrorist attacks

Above: 5 June 2017 Daily Express (page 7): martial arts expert, kick boxer and journalist Geoff Ho of the Sunday Express bravely fought the London terrorists in the 3 June 2017 attack, and this story is useful because it proves that something can be done against this low-technology (truck hit-and-run followed by knife attack) terrorism:

"Geoff had been watching the Champions League final in the bar with friends.  He quickly saw what was happening and stepped in to try and stop them killing people, but they stabbed him.  He is a hero, and we are all praying for his speedy recovery."

Above: 5 June 2017 Daily Express page 8 on need for fighting extremists not merely appeasing or paying them off with fine words.  Col Richard Kemp, Former Chairman of the government's Cobra Intelligence Group states: "We must confront this violent challenge to our way of life with the same defiance as our fathers met Nazi aggression ... the spirit of ordinary citizens who ran at the terrorists, hurling missiles at them to save their fellow Londoners. It is the fighting spirit that we must all adopt, not candles, illuminations, teddy bears and group hugs.  The gloves must come off ... The threat these enemies pose to the lives of our people morally outweighs any risk to their own human rights. ... One of the greatest dangers is from people from this country who have fought with the Islamic State in Iraq, Syria or elsewhere.  They have been bloodied in battle and involved in mass murder, torture and rape.  That makes it easy for them to kill again and they are trained, motivated and under orders ... Four hundred have already returned ... we must destroy the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.  Our action against IS has been feeble, allowing them to direct attacks worldwide including in the UK."

Above: 5 June 2017 Daily Express (page 9) Corbyn now accepts - far too late - laws against terrorists, although he arrogantly opposed every anti-terror law since 1983, boasting in 2011: "I've been involved in opposing anti-terror legislation ever since I first went into Parliament in 1983."

Above: 5 June 2017 Daily Express (page 2) Editorial endorses Donald Trump's criticism of politically correct crap from British politicians regarding terrorism: "Being hung, drawn and quartered is nothing more than they deserve after throwing men off tall buildings just for being gay, lowering people in cages into swimming pools to drown them, cruelly stoning victims to death and now causing havoc on our streets. How dare they. Donald Trump ridicules our politicians for being politically correct [the old Chamberlain problem of shaking hands with terrorists] in our reaction to these outrages.  He is right."

Above: 5 June 2017 Daily Express page 16 Leo McKinstry explains how the standard response of appeasing pro jihadi unity is precisely what terrorists expect and want: "Every new act of Islamic terrorism is now followed by the same ritual ... they are dangerous because they rob us of the ability to defend ourselves and retaliate against our enemies. ... We are being groomed to accept Islamic terrorism in the UK as normal.  The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan even said that these atrocities are 'part and parcel' of modern urban life.  That is the attitude that runs through the establishment. ... In 1940 there was a genuine sense of unity, forged by a shared national identity.  Just as importantly, Winston Churchill's government starkly spelt out the nature of the threat ... and took heroic action against it.  There has been little such defiance from the British state against militant Islam.  As Theresa May admitted yesterday, there has been 'far too much tolerance of extremism in our country'. ... 23,000 jihadi fanatics in Britain .... at least 500 Islamist plots. MI5 has only 4,000 officers ... Internment without trial, controversially used in Northern Ireland in the early 1970s, has an ugly history, but it might be a necessary emergency measure. The government also needs to ... [be] excluding Muslims who have committed the treasonable offence of fighting for our enemies [like ISIS] abroad. ...

"In the wake of every Islamic massacre, politicians blather that the terrorists will not 'divide us'  But the reality is because of mass immigration and [divisive] multiculturalism we ... slide towards self-imposed Muslim segregation through Sharia courts, separatist schools and fundamentalist Mosques. ... integration will provoke the usual cries of Islamophobia ... we have pandered to this kind of divisive victimhood for too long.  The time for candles and cowardice is over."

Above: 5 June 2017 Daily Express page 12 Former Guardian journalist Seumas Milne advising Jeremy Corbyn to avoid nuclear deterrent questions until after election: "A secret recording has emerged of Jeremy Corbyn's spin doctor teaching his boss how to shut down debate on Britain's nuclear deterrent.  On the recording, former Guardian journalist Seumas Milne, who has been described as on the 'far left' of the Labour Party, can be heard talking to Mr Corbyn about how to find a 'form of words' to 'shut down' the outrage over the Labour leader's refusal to use Trident to defend Britain.  Mr Milne told Mr Corbyn: 'We need, without looking defensive, to seal down the Trident thing so it doesn't keep intruding in the next few days.  We just need a form of words to shut down the nuclear question'. ... Mr Milne, who went to top public school Winchester College, is the son of former BBC director general Alasdair Milne.  Labour former minister Tom Harris claimed that Mr Corbyn chose Mr Milne 'because of his political views' not because of his skills as a communicator."

Update (9 June 2017, 4.07pm London time):

Just a quick note about results in this nuclear weapons and Brexit based election. Conservatives, despite an awfully weak election campaign (Prime Minister May refused to address crowds or go face to face with Jeremy Corbyn in a TV debate, she refused to give details of Brexit in her manifesto, and she even failed to commission and publish a full dossier on her opponent's support for terrorism groups and his employment of communists in key posts), won 318 seats and Corbyn's labour won only 261 seats, despite offering the earth and more (e.g. an increase in the £1.7 trillion national debt to pay for "free" student university tuition - which unlike Corbyn's propaganda, won't be paid for by taxing Microsoft and Google with so much Corporation Tax, since they would probably move away from Britain to a tax haven, taking thousands of jobs with them - and massive increases in NHS and other spending to appease the Marxists and communist unions which backed him).  Despite this result, a resounding win for May's Conservatives, Corbyn made everyone laugh on TV this morning by claiming to have "won" the election and offering to become Prime Minister. The fact is that even if he could have made a coalition with the SNP and Liberal Democrats (who have said they won't go into coalitions again after their 2010-15 experience with Mr Cameron), Corbyn would only have had 261 + 35 + 12 = 308 seats, compared to 318 seats won outright by May.  In addition she has 10 seats from the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland, which has a very similar manifesto to the Conservatives (unlike the dissimilar Labour, SNP and Liberal Democrat manifestos - e.g., Labour wanted Brexit whereas the SNP and Liberal Democrats both rejected Brexit), making 318 + 10 = 328. which is over the 326 seats that are needed by one side to fully outvote the others in their combined force!  The BBC Corbyn lobby made an issue out of the failure of May to increase her vote to strengthen her hand to negotiate for a hard Brexit, but the election wasn't actually about Brexit, but about Marxism.  (Marxism as far as Corbyn was concerned, plus terrorism - given his exploitation of the two unpredictable and horrendous terrorist attacks during the last three weeks of the campaign.  If May was guilty of anything, it was neglecting the human greed that sucks up to false Marxist promises.  She underestimated the villainy of her opposition, which gave false promises for votes.)