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Pompeo, Trump: Corbyn cannot be PM, he is anti-semite
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In recorded comments to Jewish leaders, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo promised US intervention against British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn if he gets elected as Britain’s next prime minister. Corbyn is accused of being an anti-semite over his membership in certain pro-Palestinian groups.

https://news.antiwar.com/2019/06/10/pomp...ritish-pm/

Indeed, Corbyn offered to meet Trump during his recent visit, and Trump declared him “a negative force.” Pompeo made clear that the US would not wait and see if Corbyn did anything actually antisemitic as premier, and would “push back” against him before he does anything, saying it would be “too hard once it’s already happened.”

The comments didn’t sit well in Britain, where Labour accused the US of trying to interfere in the upcoming election.
https://www.timesofisrael.com/pompeo-us-...-for-jews/

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/201...sh-leaders
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Trump is backing Farage...

Pompeo needs to shut his f'ing mouth...
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(06-11-2019, 03:04 PM)hurchel Wrote: Trump is backing Farage...

Donald Trump has backed Boris Johnson to be the next prime minister, in an interview with the Sun
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019...ssex-nasty
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(06-11-2019, 03:07 PM)Treebeard Wrote:
(06-11-2019, 03:04 PM)hurchel Wrote: Trump is backing Farage...

Donald Trump has backed Boris Johnson to be the next prime minister, in an interview with the Sun
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019...ssex-nasty



Is this story true? That only conservatives can decide and be considered?

https://www.stltoday.com/news/world/who-...11fd0.html
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So perhaps he is backing Johnson up and until the 2022 elections and Farage, The Brexit Party can come in full force.....

PM is very complicated

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_Mini...ed_Kingdom

https://thebrexitparty.org/news/
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(06-11-2019, 03:37 PM)hurchel Wrote:
(06-11-2019, 03:07 PM)Treebeard Wrote:
(06-11-2019, 03:04 PM)hurchel Wrote: Trump is backing Farage...

Donald Trump has backed Boris Johnson to be the next prime minister, in an interview with the Sun
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019...ssex-nasty



Is this story true?  That only conservatives can decide and be considered?

https://www.stltoday.com/news/world/who-...11fd0.html


Yes, the new PM would be from the Tory (a.k.a. "Conservative") party, because he will inherit May's position.
With all the turmoil about Brexit, there could conceivably be a snap election called. New (around 2010) law in UK
is the PM cannot call a snap election with royal prerogative also anymore, but that a majority of the MP's (commons)
is required. It also fixed the limits of when an election must happen to 5 years. This means there is no set time for the
next election, only that it must be done by the 5-year date-specific limit, so that it could be 2022 or it can happen earlier
at anytime a majority want an election (no confidence in current govt voted, and then again no confidence in 14 days)
Sometimes the majority party will do this if they think an election will gain them more seats but since the Brexit complications
the whole affair is cross-party anti/pro hard exit/soft exit - with mixtures inside parties. This means that a snap election is
more likely before 2022.

So, the American administration is trying to shore up support for Israel, because it knows Labour and some other British
are not sufficiently Zionist in their allegiances. Corbyn is popular. He would probably win a general election if it were held today,
because he is not anti-Brexit. The Zionists in USA/Israel want to replace Corbyn with a Labour leader who is sufficiently pro-Israel.
Labour is divided on Brexit. Some want another Brexit vote EU referendum. Corbyn is against this. In this way and some others Brits
seem to trust Corbyn and the UKIP (Farange) strain more so than the Tory strain which May and Cameron were from.
Any alliance of Corbyn with Brexiteers is sure to win and USA is concerned Zionist Tories might lose power.
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(06-11-2019, 04:29 PM)Treebeard Wrote:
(06-11-2019, 03:37 PM)hurchel Wrote:
(06-11-2019, 03:07 PM)Treebeard Wrote: Donald Trump has backed Boris Johnson to be the next prime minister, in an interview with the Sun
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019...ssex-nasty



Is this story true?  That only conservatives can decide and be considered?

https://www.stltoday.com/news/world/who-...11fd0.html


Yes, the new PM would be from the Tory (a.k.a. "Conservative") party, because he will inherit May's position.
With all the turmoil about Brexit, there could conceivably be a snap election called. New (around 2010) law in UK
is the PM cannot call a snap election with royal prerogative also anymore, but that a majority of the MP's (commons)
is required. It also fixed the limits of when an election must happen to 5 years. This means there is no set time for the
next election, only that it must be done by the 5-year date-specific limit, so that it could be 2022 or it can happen earlier
at anytime a majority want an election (no confidence in current govt voted, and then again no confidence in 14 days)
Sometimes the majority party will do this if they think an election will gain them more seats but since the Brexit complications
the whole affair is cross-party anti/pro hard exit/soft exit - with mixtures inside parties. This means that a snap election is
more likely before 2022.

So, the American administration is trying to shore up support for Israel, because it knows Labour and some other British
are not sufficiently Zionist in their allegiances. Corbyn is popular. He would probably win a general election if it were held today,
because he is not anti-Brexit. The Zionists in USA/Israel want to replace Corbyn with a Labour leader who is sufficiently pro-Israel.
Labour is divided on Brexit. Some want another Brexit vote EU referendum. Corbyn is against this. In this way and some others Brits
seem to trust Corbyn and the UKIP (Farange) strain more so than the Tory strain which May and Cameron were from.
Any alliance of Corbyn with Brexiteers is sure to win and USA is concerned Zionist Tories might lose power.

Jptdknpa

You can't seriously be thinking of a Farrage-Corbyn alliance?

Corbyn is a Marxist - he want's out of the EU as much as I want to be peeled & salted!
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(06-11-2019, 04:42 PM)Munchaab Wrote:
(06-11-2019, 04:29 PM)Treebeard Wrote:
(06-11-2019, 03:37 PM)hurchel Wrote: Is this story true?  That only conservatives can decide and be considered?

https://www.stltoday.com/news/world/who-...11fd0.html


Yes, the new PM would be from the Tory (a.k.a. "Conservative") party, because he will inherit May's position.
With all the turmoil about Brexit, there could conceivably be a snap election called. New (around 2010) law in UK
is the PM cannot call a snap election with royal prerogative also anymore, but that a majority of the MP's (commons)
is required. It also fixed the limits of when an election must happen to 5 years. This means there is no set time for the
next election, only that it must be done by the 5-year date-specific limit, so that it could be 2022 or it can happen earlier
at anytime a majority want an election (no confidence in current govt voted, and then again no confidence in 14 days)
Sometimes the majority party will do this if they think an election will gain them more seats but since the Brexit complications
the whole affair is cross-party anti/pro hard exit/soft exit - with mixtures inside parties. This means that a snap election is
more likely before 2022.

So, the American administration is trying to shore up support for Israel, because it knows Labour and some other British
are not sufficiently Zionist in their allegiances. Corbyn is popular. He would probably win a general election if it were held today,
because he is not anti-Brexit. The Zionists in USA/Israel want to replace Corbyn with a Labour leader who is sufficiently pro-Israel.
Labour is divided on Brexit. Some want another Brexit vote EU referendum. Corbyn is against this. In this way and some others Brits
seem to trust Corbyn and the UKIP (Farange) strain more so than the Tory strain which May and Cameron were from.
Any alliance of Corbyn with Brexiteers is sure to win and USA is concerned Zionist Tories might lose power.

Jptdknpa

You can't seriously be thinking of a Farrage-Corbyn alliance?

Corbyn is a Marxist - he want's out of the EU as much as I want to be peeled & salted!

I am not liking Corbyn, he is like a union leader, in the Hoffa American Mafia, steal dues and pensions for jobs...

Plus he is a damned socialist...

double fisted.. a pacifist agitator...passive aggressive....

But I have not truly examined all the parties...

Cuz America is complicated itself....

I support Trump but Pompeo is a thug, an ex CIA pricklet that thinks he has a right to stomp you, a true human door stop.....
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(06-11-2019, 04:29 PM)Treebeard Wrote:
(06-11-2019, 03:37 PM)hurchel Wrote:
(06-11-2019, 03:07 PM)Treebeard Wrote: Donald Trump has backed Boris Johnson to be the next prime minister, in an interview with the Sun
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019...ssex-nasty



Is this story true?  That only conservatives can decide and be considered?

https://www.stltoday.com/news/world/who-...11fd0.html


Yes, the new PM would be from the Tory (a.k.a. "Conservative") party, because he will inherit May's position.
With all the turmoil about Brexit, there could conceivably be a snap election called. New (around 2010) law in UK
is the PM cannot call a snap election with royal prerogative also anymore, but that a majority of the MP's (commons)
is required. It also fixed the limits of when an election must happen to 5 years. This means there is no set time for the
next election, only that it must be done by the 5-year date-specific limit, so that it could be 2022 or it can happen earlier
at anytime a majority want an election (no confidence in current govt voted, and then again no confidence in 14 days)
Sometimes the majority party will do this if they think an election will gain them more seats but since the Brexit complications
the whole affair is cross-party anti/pro hard exit/soft exit - with mixtures inside parties. This means that a snap election is
more likely before 2022.

So, the American administration is trying to shore up support for Israel, because it knows Labour and some other British
are not sufficiently Zionist in their allegiances. Corbyn is popular. He would probably win a general election if it were held today,
because he is not anti-Brexit. The Zionists in USA/Israel want to replace Corbyn with a Labour leader who is sufficiently pro-Israel.
Labour is divided on Brexit. Some want another Brexit vote EU referendum. Corbyn is against this. In this way and some others Brits
seem to trust Corbyn and the UKIP (Farange) strain more so than the Tory strain which May and Cameron were from.
Any alliance of Corbyn with Brexiteers is sure to win and USA is concerned Zionist Tories might lose power.

Thank you, so of the ten, in that story eligible now who do you like, I see Johnson there, but Corbyn is not eligible right now, I think Trump is correct in backing Johnson at this point.

I am thinking The Brexit Party is something much bigger than just an exit from the EU, it looks like a monumental leap away from the concepts of the other parties.

But I am in America, not on the ground there...so what I think means bupkiss..
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(06-11-2019, 04:59 PM)hurchel Wrote: I support Trump but Pompeo is a thug, an ex CIA pricklet that thinks he has a right to stomp you, a true human door stop.....

Pompeo is not speaking for himself. Trump says the same thing. It's right in the links in first post.

@Munchaab Although a Corbyn/Farange alliance sounds unlikely, consider the mayhem if there is a no-confidence vote,
or a big spill on Brexit.. Corbyn is under immense pressure from his own party to give lip service to the idea of another
referendum, but he is not against Brexit.

Financial Times has an article with a pay block.. look at this line.. "Labour campaigners for a second Brexit referendum are planning to ambush Jeremy Corbyn at the party's annual conference this autumn to try ..."..

Most Labour members believe Corbyn should back second Brexit vote
https://www.google.com/url?client=intern...6X_XDpTYWP

Whats happening is the Zionists want Corbyn OUT. BOTH the Americans, Israelis want him out and will be fine with
a new referendum on EU. Remember there were Tories against Brexit that only care about finance and power. They are
also Zionists and to them it is more important to stay on the Zionist Gravy Train than anything else.

The way the Zionists are persecuting Labour, it's so bad they are winnowing out anyone who is not a Zionist and
financing opponents to them, this happens in America also, even more. That is why all Congress stood up like 30 times
and gave Netanyahu standing O's... AIPAC was noting if any of them stayed sitted and did not stand to applaud 30 times
they would campaign against that person. There is a whole Wikipedia entry just for anti-semitism in the British Labour Party.
https://www.haaretz.com/world-news/europ...-1.7342146
Look into this you will see, they are doing it to American Democrats also. Just today, Cory Booker caved. Now he wants to
pass laws against BDS. Kamala Harris is a Zionist. Be sure, Booker and Harris are tops for Biden's VP pick.
Wonder why Sanders and Warren, Gabbard, Beto are not covered anymore, cuz they are marked as not-Zoinist-enough
by the HANDLERS.
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