Corbyn the Spy! – Translated article from the CZECH iROZHLAS.

Corbyn could not cooperate with the StB even if he wanted to. The boss of our residence was a British agent, says the scientist

A new witness of former StB officer Ján Sarkocy, who claims that the laborer’s boss conscientiously worked and took the money, joined the State Security in the case of the collaboration between Labor chief Jeremy Corbyn and State Security. But this is rejected by the Director of the Security Services Archive Světlana Ptáčníková. According to her, he would have a totally different bundle. The former member of the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Radek Schovánek, also rejects Sarkocy’s words for the iROZHLAS.cz server.

“If he was a Corbyn agent, he should have a bundle led in another category. These are volumes of order four, that is, their numbers start at four, “Ptáčníková said.

She explained that the agent’s management had its exact rules, and when someone got it, it was transferred to a different type of volume. The former assailant’s allegations are in direct contradiction with archival materials.

The archive director said on Thursday that Corbyn probably did not know who he was meeting with. According to her statements, “it does not seem to me that she knew she was dealing with a witness”.

According to the UK issue of The Sun, the StB of the British Politics describes as a man with a negative “relationship with the United States and the current policy of the conservative government” that Thatcher had at that time, and his attitude to the Eastern Bloc was referred to as “positive” also about his alleged support of the “Soviet peace initiative”.

Sarkocy

Former agent StB Sarkocy claims that Corbyn collaborated consciously with the Czechoslovak State Security (StB) in the 1980s and received money for it. He told reporters on Friday. At the same time, he confirmed earlier information that he had repeatedly met with Corby during his diplomatic post in London.

“He was (Corbyn) recruited. He also received money for the money, “Sarkocy said, even if he did not give the money himself. He added that Corby had” won “StB now a prominent member of the Labor Party, and that Corby’s recruitment was” under the protection of Russia. ”

“All of the information we received not only from him, but also from one supporting resource to make it verifiable, was rated in Moscow as” the leader. ” What we could not do was to do the Russians, “said Sarkocy, a 44-year-old living near Bratislava, for example. Corbyn, for example, attended twice a year a reception at the Czechoslovak embassy.

The content of the information Sarkocy did not specify. He only exaggerated that he knew what Britain’s then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher would have for breakfast, for lunch and dinner, and what clothes he would wear.

He added that perhaps Corby’s collaboration with the StB was not just money and that he had met him more than three times, as was the case in the past.

He also pointed out that the StB was interested in Corbyn, also considering his contacts with the family of the South African apartheid warrior and later President Nelson Mandela.

Asked if Corbyn knew he was talking not only with a diplomat but also with a StB member, Sarkocy replied that at that time there was no doubt that Czechoslovak diplomats were working for the StB.

Bad bondage

The claim is a ridiculous slander and is totally untrue. This was stated by a spokesman for the British opposition leader. Sarkozy’s description of the events is not credible and has more holes in the story than “a bad film about James Bond.”

“Jeremy was not an agent, intimate contact, an informant, or an associate of the Czechoslovak intelligence service. These statements are a ridiculous slander and absolutely untrue, “said the spokesman for the UK’s most powerful opposition party, referring to the statement by the head of the Czech Security Services Archive Svetlana Ptáčníková.

“How the former Czechoslovak agent Jan Sarkocy describes his encounter with Jeremy was untrue 30 years ago, it’s untrue now and it’s absolutely untrustworthy,” said Corbyn’s spokeswoman. “His account of events has more holes in the story than a bad movie about James Bond, “he added.

Schovánek

“From my experience, and from the knowledge of State Security documents, that testimony is not true. I would like to know what evidence Mr Sarkocy has put forward for his statement, “Radek Schovánek told iROZHLAS.cz.

“There are no such documents in the Security Archives. Moreover, it is not so long ago that the Constitutional Court in Slovakia decided that testimonies of State Security officials are untrue. In fact, Mr. Sarkocy was not confined, so he can not talk about what he was doing there. If he did, he broke the oath, “adds Schovánek, saying that Sarkocy was not an agent but a cadre.

Corbyn said Corbyn could not cooperate with StB in the late 1980s in London even if he wanted to. “At that time, he was a representative of the resident Vlastimil Ludvík, with the name Pantůček, and he was a top agent of British intelligence, who informed the British party about everything Czechoslovak residences did. Undoubtedly, I have contacts with Mr. Jeremy Corbyn, “he said.

“So if Mr. Jeremy Corbyn even took some money by chance, like no evidence in the archive, it was undoubtedly under the control of British Intelligence. And, for example, in the 1960s, in the case of John Stonehouse or William Owen and others, when British Intelligence learned that they had cooperated, they had disappeared from political life. If the British side knew that Mr Corbyn had worked with the StB in the 1980s, he would no doubt have disappeared from politics in the 1990s and never appeared, “he said at the end.

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Why ‘Hard Brexit’ threatens war

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by Martin Odoni

The European Union has every right to run out of patience with the United Kingdom over its meaningless negotiating position on ‘Brexit’, including the decidedly indecisive stance on the fate of Northern Ireland. Sure enough, the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, is drafting a formal ultimatum for the British Government to make a decision on what Northern Ireland’s relationship with the Republic of Ireland will be after Brexit. The lack of clarity or conviction from the British so far in negotiations has probably been the biggest sticking-point in the whole process, and is doubtless maddening to many in Brussels.

However, I am going to offer a rare moment of sympathy – or at least understanding – to our embattled Prime Minister, Theresa May, and her Brexit Secretary David Davis. In truth, the Conservative Party as a whole has brought the logjam on itself, but however one might…

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Oh Dear Real Democracy is coming under attack

I knew this would happen but I never thought the Labour Right Wing imposters would stoop so low as actually discriminate against the leader to make a very weak point

That’s right they used his age as a reason why Jeremy Corbyn should not lead us into the next Govt, they say by the time the 2022 term comes to an end in 2027 he will be 78 years old and thus too old to lead the nation as Prime Minister.

This is gutter stuff and discriminatory as the Equality and Human Rights Commission states under age discrimination:

The Equality Act 2010 says that you must not be discriminated against because:

  • You are (or are not) a certain age or in a certain age group.
  • Someone thinks you are (or are not) a specific age or age group. This is known as discrimination by perception.
  • You are connected to someone of a specific age or age group. This is known as discrimination by association.

Age groups can be quite wide (for example, ‘people under 50’ or ‘under 18s’). They can also be quite specific (for example ‘people in their mid-40s’). Terms such as ‘young person’ and ‘youthful’ or ‘elderly’ and ‘pensioner’ can also indicate an age group.

If age was really a barrier do tell me why we have Judges well above retirement age and also lords in the House of Lords indeed if that was the case we could have a right clear out

The Independent should withdraw or amend there article as they should not be seen to foster such discrimination.

Jeremy Corbyn will himself know when he has had enough and when it is impacting on his health no one else should make that decision for him and right now I for one welcome his leadership in transforming the party for the betterment of the many.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/corbyn-too-old-age-labour-election-fears-shadow-ministers-latest-a8162761.html

 

Corbyn, Brexit and you #FBPEers

Sorry #FBPEers you have got it all wrong the key is not Corbyn it is Theresa May and the Tories they have to go in 2018 and that is where your allegiance should lie.

I keep reading all manor of attacks on Corbyn why is that ? he never called the Referendum and more importantly he is not in Govt, yes the Tories own it lock, stock and barrel but you lot are giving them an easy ride when it is only they who can u-turn.

They of course will not as they could not give two monkeys what we or any other party think, brexit is not for us it is for them the establishment only and will see it though even if that means lying to citizens.

But we can carry great weight if only you #FBPEers would see it and join the fight to oust the Tories in 2018.

That is the number one goal not only for Brexit but all manor of domestic policy they have messed up.

Get them out then we can all move on by backing Labour in the next election why do I say this? simples Corbyn from 2015 has always ran his campaign as the Peoples PM and thus restoring real democracy to the people and listening to what we have to say so yes we can work with him and Labour on brexit because just as the tories are headstrong on brexit and will not budge Corbyn has to follow through with his campaign promises so we have more hope in stopping it.

So whilst you all attack him he is in fact in the right position in the centre able to move whereas the Tories and libdems have already dug there corners and unable to move.

Corbyn has also not just got brexit on his plate but a possible election too so has to tread carefully and not blow it too soon.

So please citizens can we kick the tories into the long grass first and that is the first and foremost aim for us all get rid of them as too many citizens are suffering right now before we have even left and then work from that position with Labour onboard for the best outcome.

Council Tax in Wealthy Kensington and Chelsea

Many are kicking up a stink over Chris Williamson resignation and not bothering to research because if they did they will see he had a valid point.

He has proposed freezing council tax for the struggling many and increasing it for the wealthy few and that I agree.

If you look at the tax bands for year 2017/18 in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea you will see that the highest band H pays £880 a year less than Manchester City Council that is grossly unfair and it needs looking at even the lowest Band A is £300 more in Manchester

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You will see that even when the tax bands for Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea are GLA weighted they still come out a lot cheaper than many other councils across the UK so in my opinion Chris Williamson MP has a point why should they be subsidised against those in poorer homes of other councils.

This needs looking at

Homelessness

I have this morning been following the issue of Homelessness and in particular the comments made on the subject and to honest I have been appalled by many of them.

Most seen to blame the homelessness on immigration but that does not cut it and is just harking to tory ideology as there are many issues as the cause and is not immigration alone although that can be part of the issue as many homeless are immigrants too.

Maybe if this Tory Govt was not involved in the bombing of middle eastern nations they would not feel the need to come as indeed many immigrants trying to get here have said they want to go home and do tell me given the state of the UK why would they want to come and stay here anyway as we are hardly the great nation we used to be.

No there is more to homelessness than immigration alone and those who believe that is the singular cause clearly has not done their research.

  1. We have a housing issue where this Govt believes everyone should own, the fact many neither want to own or can afford to own matters not but sooner or later Govt is going to have to wake up to the fact Councils and LHAs have long waiting lists and there is a desperate need for a better mix of properties that includes Council/LHA.
  2. We need Councils to be given the powers to take ownership of the many houses that have been left empty for months on end so that they can be renovated and made habitable this also gives work to the unemployed including the homeless themselves.
  3. We need investment in mental health so that the homeless can be treated for depression, drug and alcohol abuse.
  4. We need changes to tory welfare reform that does nothing to help them back on the road to normality this is also a drain on the economy

These are just some of the issues that need collective thinking to solve the disgrace that is homelessness but there are no doubt may more but above all we need a compassionate society as that we have in us all even dare I say Mr May as she is after all a christian.

There is no excuse for homelessness none whatsoever and services should be intervening before citizens get to this point  and until we get our backsides in gear to sort it this will continue:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/homeless-man-found-dead-near-11716481

Atos’s PR company director wants me to phone him about one of my articles

Politics and Insights

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Atos don’t provide medical assessments for disabled people needing to claim support: they provide ‘functional’ assessments, as ‘disability analysts’, who ‘focus on what you can do, rather tan what you can’t.’

I wrote an article recently, which was published by Welfare Weekly, about the Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) assessments. 

The editor of Welfare Weekly, Steven Preece, forwarded an email to me regarding my article, marked ‘high importance’. It said:

Subject: Atos FAO Sue Jones
Importance: High

Hi there, 

Please could you ask Sue Jones to give me a quick ring on 0141 221 0707 re the article in the link below. We represent Atos and I’d like to have a quick chat about a couple of point in the article which are inaccurate.

http://www.welfareweekly.com/thousands-of-disability-benefit-assessments-deemed-unacceptable-by-the-governments-own-quality-audits/ 

Apologies for the email but I couldn’t find any numbers…

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