Skip to comments.The Ed Miliband story
Posted on 09/26/2010 11:34:05 AM PDT by docbnj
To some extent, Ed Miliband has spent much of the first 40 years of his life in the shadow of his older, better-known brother David, the former foreign secretary.
During the leadership contest, both Miliband brothers made much of the fact they went to an ordinary North London comprehensive school.
And while this is true, their childhood will probably have been a little more colourful, and certainly more intellectually stimulating, than that of the average North London schoolboy.
Their father, Ralph, a Polish Jew who fled the Nazi invasion of Belgium in 1940, was one of the leading Marxist theorists of his generation - and a fierce critic of the Labour Party. Their mother, Marion Kozak, is also a well-known figure on the British left.
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They are total scum like the rest of the labour party. Pro_islamic terrorist leftist union jews. Oh Joy. As opposed to pro-islamic scotsman who just coinverted to Catholcism.
Why bother Blair? Maybe he wants to join the liberal American Notre Dame Catholic Church. Notre Dame likes that baby killin.
Cowards who fail to fight for their own land and liberty - but flee to the security of those who do.
Also vultures: see Soros.
To be fair to their father Ralph, he did join the Royal Navy and fight against the Nazis, even if he was a Marxist useful idiot....
***The young Miliband was forced to move from Belgium in 1940 as Hitler’s army moved westwards through the country and he managed to catch a boat for London at Ostend. He and his father Samuel entered the UK illegally on forged papers. Once in the UK he changed his name to Ralph.***
Motive to join the Royal Navy seems clear to me. Was he deployed?
Yes, he served on board the destroyer HMS Valorous, mainly in the Mediterranean, he also took part in the D-Day landings...
Except the Tories will win in 2015. Miliband wont be PM in five years time.