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Old 26-06-2017, 04:52 PM   #1
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Why is Jeremy Corbyn so popular especially with the young? personally i don't trust him he is a politician and is no different from Blair, is Corbyn a wolf in sheep's clothing?
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Old 26-06-2017, 10:22 PM   #2
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At first corbyn looked good...he was clashing with the blairites and he was speaking about a peoples bank and any talk of banks and challenging status quo thinking on that front seemed like a welcome breath of fresh air

But since then he seems to have stopped mentioning corbynomics and has buddied up with the blairites and his party have made strong anti-brexit noises which makes them on message with the overall NWO agenda

But more then all of this i have noticed people including the mainstream media suddenly get behind corbyn and this makes me highly supsicious

His brother peirs has said a lot of interesting things in the alternative media about climate change being caused by the sun and chemtrails; piers also backed a left-brexit (LEXIT) prior to the vote but jeremy has been silent on all of those issues

I just don't trust him and think he'll keep the NWO agenda moving forward
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Old 26-06-2017, 10:43 PM   #3
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They are all the same and they have the same agenda, just look at Trump for instance holding hands with Theresa May is that is not a red flag I do not know what is!, once they are in power they become puppets to the control system.
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Old 26-06-2017, 10:48 PM   #4
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They are all the same and they have the same agenda, just look at Trump for instance holding hands with Theresa May is that is not a red flag I do not know what is!, once they are in power they become puppets to the control system.
yeah there are parallels as both trump and corbyn were dressed upto the public as 'outsiders' when they're not

Trumps about as integrated with the new york business fraternity as its possible to be and corbyn is a career politician

They said the same about macron except macron is not an outsider he's an insider and worked for a rothschild bank

So clearly the PTB know that the people are tired of system people and want outsiders so they keep pushing people as outsiders when they're not

I reckon they will be grooming the next US president as we speak and that it will be an unknown like obama was
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Old 27-06-2017, 04:03 AM   #5
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Corbychev is a Mark cyst.

A temporary growth attempting to metastcize into vulnerable brains with a view to deviate them from realisation of the overarching panopticon that has and does manage their trivisl existence in minutiae.

The normans are dead, long live the ....
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Old 27-06-2017, 07:39 AM   #6
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The normans are dead, long live the ....
...ir jewish bankers
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Old 27-06-2017, 08:02 AM   #7
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They all are....
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Old 27-06-2017, 09:57 AM   #8
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He's weak looking stooge to make the opposition look powerful. They always do it. It's kind of boring. He's probably a Satanist like the rest of them.
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Old 27-06-2017, 10:47 AM   #9
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There *may* have been a time during his political career when Jeremy wasn't part of the cabal but if he wasn't before he most certainly is now.

From memory, something strange happened around the time when he was to be accepted to the Privy Council. He was sworn in an apparently DID kneel.
My heart tells me that this was the time when he was made fully aware of the nature of the Demiurgic reality that is to say the way the Archontic system is set. You cannot be accepted onto that council unless you are a member of 'the club'. Being a member means that whatever wriggle room you have for independent thought and action, ultimately you still need to play their game.

The idea of the democratic system may not be Judaeo-Masonic in and of itself, but the current system, the way it is set up and the way it is implemented today most certainly is.

Some may say that with his marxist background he was always playing their game but I'd like to give Jeremy 1.0 the benefit of the doubt as a genuine but misguided socialist. Jeremy 2.0 is playing the NWO game.
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Old 27-06-2017, 11:15 AM   #10
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The idea of the democratic system may not be Judaeo-Masonic in and of itself, but the current system, the way it is set up and the way it is implemented today most certainly is.
yeah i agree with what you are saying; i'd just make a wee amendment in that i think that the 'judeo-masonic' system would be communism

The current system is a system in transition towards a centrally controlled communist planned economy run by the judeo-masons

It is perhaps best symbolised by the masonic symbol of the bee hive where the rights of individuals community members are totally crushed beneath the collective will of the hive

Individuals are worked until death from exhaustion or disease for the betterment of the hive and and sick individuals or any individuals deemed not useful to the hive are carried to the door and thrown out

The judeo-masonic model is a pyramidal hierarchy run by a hive mind
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Old 28-06-2017, 02:35 PM   #11
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He's now posturing to be the next PM. Seems like the deal has already been done.

The media will start to to ramp up the attacks on May and the BBC will just carry on with their very pro Labour bias as always. Eventually the election will be called over Brexit.

Personally I think he has some good views on things, but he's still some airy fairly Londoner living in dream land.
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Old 28-06-2017, 03:20 PM   #12
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No different than Blair? I wouldn't say that. whilst blair probably supports gmos because the market thinks they are good Corbyn supports them because the science thinks they are good. That the scientists work for the gmo companies in the end means that these are the same. However the real science does not support gmos but then the real science does not support unmitigated destruction of the environment with unsustainable fossil fuel consumption so it is hard to say who is most pro nwo the forumistas defending big oil and coal or the blairites defending big oil and gas or the corbynites defending big oil and gas. nothing much new about these agendas. whether it is old style public private partnerships with the NHS buying from big pharma or it is blairite style with the nhs partially owned by big pharma or right wing style with the nhs taken over by big pharma the gmo's will be served in the hospitals.

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He's now posturing to be the next PM. Seems like the deal has already been done.

The media will start to to ramp up the attacks on May and the BBC will just carry on with their very pro Labour bias as always. Eventually the election will be called over Brexit.

Personally I think he has some good views on things, but he's still some airy fairly Londoner living in dream land.
He may only be living in a "dream" land because the state of the nation as it is under these tories for the past 7 years has become the norm. When the official government position is to live in dream land, anyone with an alternate view of doing things then becomes the dreamer.

I disagree about BBC's pro Labour bias. The BBC have always been for the globalist control system. Since Gordon Brown was pushed out of No.10 the BBC have been nothing but tory arselickers. The BBC loved Blair after the Iraq war kicked off, hence the bias at the time, as the BBC needs war and invasions for something to pamper about.

As for Corbyn, i genuinely feel he is someone offering something different. That surely must be a good thing. The current system is not working, and things really do need to change, so what does it hurt to try. At the end of the day, he is a politician, but the important thing is, he has stuck to his beliefs consistently on most things ever since he first became an MP. You rarely see that. The last politician who is sadly no longer with us who i would compare Corbyn to was Tony Benn.

The fact is, Brexit means nothing, given the 7 years of abuse put forward by the tories, demonizing the working classes, abusing the sick, poor and elderly. We as a nation need to put our priorities straight and fix this problem we have created by voting in tory parasites. The sooner they are gone, we can put forward solutions to fix inequality, and then we can start worrying about the aftermath of a Brexit deal.
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Yes. He's a member of the fabians.... or was.
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Old 17-07-2017, 09:33 AM   #15
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The very fact that the lead EU brexit negotiator has called for theresa may to include corbyn on the brexit negotiation team should tell you a lot. Clearly the corporate el-ites running the EU are not in anyway threatened by corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn should be involved in the Brexit talks, says Guy Verhofstadt
Exclusive: General election result was a ‘rejection’ of Theresa May’s hard Brexit plans and other voices should be heard, the European Parliament’s point man says
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Theresa May should make Jeremy Corbyn a member of her Brexit negotiating team, a top EU official has suggested. Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament’s Brexit coordinator, said the Prime Minister losing her majority in the general election was a “rejection” of her hard Brexit plan and other voices should be listened to as negotiations with the European Union get into full swing.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7839746.html
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Old 20-07-2017, 06:45 PM   #16
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He may only be living in a "dream" land because the state of the nation as it is under these tories for the past 7 years has become the norm. When the official government position is to live in dream land, anyone with an alternate view of doing things then becomes the dreamer.

I disagree about BBC's pro Labour bias. The BBC have always been for the globalist control system. Since Gordon Brown was pushed out of No.10 the BBC have been nothing but tory arselickers. The BBC loved Blair after the Iraq war kicked off, hence the bias at the time, as the BBC needs war and invasions for something to pamper about.

As for Corbyn, i genuinely feel he is someone offering something different. That surely must be a good thing. The current system is not working, and things really do need to change, so what does it hurt to try. At the end of the day, he is a politician, but the important thing is, he has stuck to his beliefs consistently on most things ever since he first became an MP. You rarely see that. The last politician who is sadly no longer with us who i would compare Corbyn to was Tony Benn.

The fact is, Brexit means nothing, given the 7 years of abuse put forward by the tories, demonizing the working classes, abusing the sick, poor and elderly. We as a nation need to put our priorities straight and fix this problem we have created by voting in tory parasites. The sooner they are gone, we can put forward solutions to fix inequality, and then we can start worrying about the aftermath of a Brexit deal.
The BBC have always been very pro Labour, IMO. Even on election night this year they were spinning it that Labour had won, but they didn't.

Corbyn is a career politician, and he will more than likely end up as PM with Vince Cable as his number 2 as it will be a coalition with the Lib Dems.

Brexit means everything, hence why the MSM are doing their best to demonise it.

I agree with you about the past 7 years, but Labour were the same, screwing over the working classes, signing up to treaties but not coming out for the photo shoot, invading nations, mass uncontrolled immigration and so on. It shows how the UK politicians are all controlled and do their masters work.

Corbyns job will be to stop Brexit, and in return he will be made PM.
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