Jeremy Corbyn and George SorosPublished 2017-06-19
There is no doubt that Jeremy Corbyn is controlled by George Soros. The only question is whether he knows it.
On 12 September 2015 Jeremy Corbyn, as his first act as the new leader of the British Labour Party, addressed a protest in support of refugees, called Solidarity with Refugees. Corbyn stood next to Abdulaziz Alhashemi of Syria Solidarity UK (SSUK), who was draped in a flag representing UK-backed Syrian extremists, on a platform from which Clara Connolly, also of SSUK, had urged a Libya-style no-fly zone. Syrian Solidarity UK describes itself as ‘a network of activists committed to solidarity with the Syrian Revolution’. In practice this means making the case for greater UK involvement in Syria, above all a no-fly zone. SSUK claimed a large part of the credit for the March: The protest was organised by Stop the War in conjunction with groups created or funded by George Soros, such as Avaaz. George Soros, one of the world’s richest men, has been playing an active role in regime change wars and coups since the 1980s. At the same time he is the major force behind the European refugee crisis and is the presumed architect of the Merkel Plan. (See also F. William Engdahl, Soros Plays Both Ends in Syrian Refugee Crisis). ‘Solidarity with refugees’ in Soros terms means using war to create as many refugees as possible; ‘Syria solidarity’ means facilitating those wars... Read more (2 min reading time!)
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In the #Corbyn euphoria many forget how much he really supported the dirty, war on #Syria. Thanks @BarbaraMcK42. https://t.co/ncdDp2qaUs