Skip to comments.The Nigel Farage Show: Jeremy Corbyn Spy Allegations LBC-20th February 2018
Posted on 02/20/2018 5:06:46 PM PST by Nextrush
(Nigel Farage at :04)
.....is accused by a former Czechoslovakian Communist agent of holding a series of meetings during the 1980's at which information be it important or not was clearly exchanged.
And how can be that Mr. Corbyn hasn't said a single word about it. His agent has written this off as being like a bad James Bond movie.
How can it be that until Theresa May, the Prime Minister, questioned him and said he needed to be rather more open about this that organizations as worthy as the BBC were not even putting this on their website?
Why was it I said not a bigger story?
And given that everything that's been said about Russian collusion over the Trump campaign and Brexit and my own...I have to say sadly massively overinflated role as the center of some spider's web.
Somehow I've been running information between Trump and Assange and I've been funded by the Russians and all of that seems to be fine to talk about ad naseum.
How can it be that there was so little coverage of this issue?.........
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Nothing new about UK Labor part leaders being Soviet & Eastern Bloc agents. I think Neil Kinnock had East German & Soviet(Russian) contacts, George Galloway Cuban go back far enough 1920s-19560s and you will see the British Labor & Socialist party had a fine tradition of betraying Old Blighty!
The Miners’ Union leader was definitely a KGB asset. Can’t think of his name right now but he was the “in the streets” protests leader.
Suspect that Peggy Duff, a leader of the anti-defense lobby in England, was also KGB in the 60’s possibly through the 80’s if she was still around for the Soviet funded Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). They showed up at US air bases and nuclear sub bases, as well as protested the cruise and Pershing missile deployments in the 1980’s. James Lamond another possible KGB asset, Lord Mayor of Aberdeen, Labor party 1977-80 period.
Nicholas Schoten of the Dutch disarmament movement leadership was caught receiving Soviet money for the protests.
The KGB had infiltrated every major opposition movement in the major NATO countries of Europe, and often had their “assets” become the leaders of them (England, France, Belgium?, Netherlands, Sweden (Bertil Vennsthrom? and/or Harald Edelstem - diplomat, Ambassdor to Algeria).
England was probably the most infiltrated country besides West Germany (Brandt’s secretary was a KGB agent, as was another high-ranking member of either his or the Schmidt government).
Never underestimate the infiltration/subversion power of the old Soviet Union, its’ child, Putin’s Russia, and esp. the Red Chinese regime in Peking which is making inroads into Africa and Asia that the Russians could only dream about.
Labour MPs ‘were paid £10,000 to meet spies’: Ex-Czech informant claims at least 15 senior figures were used in the Russian-orchestrated operation as Westminster is urged to launch a probe into the allegations
By Tom Kelly In Bratislava and Chris Greenwood In London For The Daily Mail
Published: 17:33 EST, 18 February 2018 | Updated: 01:20 EST, 19 February 2018
Czech ex-spy Jan Sarkocy claimed 15 senior Labour figures shared information
The former agent said the classified intelligence was given to him in the late 80s
Labour figures pocketed between £1,000 and £10,000 a meeting, Sarkocy said
Last night, there were calls for an official investigation into the fresh allegations
‘I’m ashamed’: Labour MPs outrage after ‘burly’ ex-union official pushes woman rival out of the way at crucial party meeting shortly before Corbyn took the stage
By Tim Stickings For Mailonline
Published: 18:07 EST, 17 February 2018 | Updated: 13:17 EST, 18 February 2018
Witnesses hit out at behaviour of Andy Kerr after he seized control of key vote
Ballot to elect a new chairman for the National Policy Forum (NPF) was put off
But NPF chairwoman Katrina Murray tried to press on with the vote anyway
Mr Kerr seemed to push her from the podium just before Jeremy Corbyn was due
Jeremy Corbyn was paid by Communist spies to report on Britain and 'rated by Moscow as number one', former Czech agent saysThe ex-spy said: "Corbyn was recruited. He also received money." He insisted that when he met Mr Corbyn - codenamed COB - in the 80s, the leftie politician was a paid collaborator and knew Mr Dymic was a spy and not just a diplomat. Mr Dymic said the information provided by Mr Corbyn was "rated in Moscow as the number one". The ex-spy says Mr Corbyn spoke to other Soviet-controlled Czech agents and attended events at Czechoslovakia's embassy twice a year. And he claimed the MP was told he could move to Russia if he ever got in trouble with the British authorities.
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