February 18, 2018
It’s really lucky for these British communist spies that they live in a country where no one ever gets punished for any crimes under any circumstances, otherwise they could have some kind of very serious problems.
Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell and Ken Livingstone were among a group of at least 15 Labour figures who passed information to the Soviet Union, a former Eastern-bloc agent has claimed.
Former Czechoslovak spy Jan Sarkocy said the hard-Left politicians were ‘great sources’ in the 1980s.
Mr Sarkocy, 64, claims there is ‘no question’ Mr Corbyn and his Labour colleagues knew he was a spy and said: ‘Everything was absolutely clear at the time.’
Mr Livingstone, then a Labour MP, was a ‘good boy’, the Czech agent told the Sunday Telegraph.
He said he had met ‘about ’10 or 15′ Labour MPs but did not name them.
Labour has dismissed Mr Sarkocy’s latest claims, which come after he previously alleged Mr Corbyn was a paid informant of the Czech secret police at the height of the Cold War.
Mr Livingstone last night denied the accusations, saying they were a ’tissue of lies’. He admitted meeting a Russian ‘representative’ though said nothing happened.
Mr McDonnell, now Labour’s shadow chancellor, described the claims as ‘ridiculous’.
Labour sources said the claims were ‘entirely false’ and insisted Mr Mr Sarkocy has ‘no credibility at all’.
I’m not sure if I think this is true or not. It pretty much seems like it would be true. Corbyn is a communist, and furthermore, he’s taken a largely pro-Russian (and anti-Jewish) position since the fall of the USSR. So it wouldn’t surprise me at all.
At the same time, it also wouldn’t surprise me if the Jews and others who are opposed to Corbyn because of his anti-establishment policies would hoax this. The fact that they include Livingstone – who is the most aggressive kike-smasher in mainstream British politics – plays into the idea that it could be a hoax.
I doubt we are going to find out the truth of the matter either way. Because of how these operations were run back in the days long before the internets, any documentation that does exist – and I doubt there would be any at all, but if there was – could all be very easily faked.
So no one is going to get punished for this. It could create problems for Corbyn. But then again, it might not. Theresa is now so viciously hated by all sides that as long as Corbyn doesn’t have some kind of full-on breakdown, his only remaining challenger is Boris.
I like Jeremy Corbyn and will continue to support him because of his anti-Jewish positions, as well as his insane plan to destroy everything.