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Cameron’s Fear of Corbyn Is Palpable, As Tories Cry: ‘He’s a threat to national security!’

21st Century Wire says…

For the second straight term, Britain’s Tory Party are ruling without a real mandate, so it’s only expected that this elitist political faction will fear any movement which threatens to capture the popular sentiment of the country – a fractured nation that is growing more dysfunctional by the day.

When Labour sensation Jeremy Corbyn arose to prominence this summer, it was clear from the get-go that the Tory’s corporate machine would be geared towards discrediting the popular Labour figure in the hope of derailing his party leadership bid. In the end, they failed, and Corbyn won his party’s leadership vote.

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FEAR OF THE PEOPLE: Pro-war regime boss Cameron fears a public backlash that a newly energized Labour Party will help to reap.

Clearly, Conservatives are afraid of Corbyn because of the new Labour leader’s ability to derail David Cameron and his party’s fast-approaching plans for a new war in Syria starting next month. Their embarrassing defeat of a war motion for Syria in August 2013 is still fresh in Tory minds, and the thought of another failed war vote could spell political disaster for Cameron’s own fragile leadership legacy.

Why else would a party who has just won a general election, be spending large amounts of money to discredit someone from an opposition party? 

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POPULAR: If a general election was held today, Corbyn would win.

War-hungry Tories also fear that Corbyn (photo, left) could slow down their party’s strategy to continue demonizing Russia for the purposes of growing a NATO presence in Eastern Europe and beyond. If NATO is slowed, and détente reached with Moscow, it would place a number of large-scale British military-industrial complex contracts and billions in profits at risk. This fact is obviously echoed in the online rants of other Tory agents who are also in the pockets of the defense contractor gravy grain, including Anna Soubry MP and  (see their tweets below).

More than any other incident, this proves the dark Machiavellian nature of the extremist Tory cabal of elitist warmongers…

RT.com

Conservative UK Prime Minister David Cameron has joined several other senior party figures in what appears to be a coordinated attack on newly-elected Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, casting him as a ‘danger’ to the country.

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“Labour are now a serious risk to our nation’s security, our economy’s security and your family’s security,” Cameron said in a speech. He repeated the claim in a Twitter message, which he asked others to share.

“Whether it’s weakening our defences, raising taxes on jobs and earnings, racking up more debt and welfare or driving up the cost of living by printing money – Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party will hurt working people,” Cameron claimed.

In contrast to Corbyn, who he characterized as a loose cannon, Cameron promised the Tories would “deliver stability, security and opportunity for working people.”

The message was an almost verbatim repetition of soundbites given to the media by UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon and employment minister Priti Patel, as well as dozens of other MPs.

After spending over three decades as a marginalized left-wing backbencher, Corbyn catapulted to the leadership of the Labour Party on Saturday, winning nearly 60 percent of the votes of party and union members, as well as of those who paid £3 ($4.60) to vote in the election.

Corbyn’s initial policy proposals, which include not renewing the Trident nuclear deterrent, potentially exiting NATO, and nationalizing key public services, have not been countenanced by mainstream politicians of any stripe for more than a generation. These, combined with his scruffy, sincere and ascetic demeanor, have presented Conservatives with an unusual political opponent.

“We are entering uncharted waters,” one unnamed Cabinet minister told the Telegraph. “We can’t just take him for granted, laugh at his extreme policies and assume we’ll win. Voters won’t like that.”

In the first few hours following his coronation, Tories attempted a delineated approach – painting him as a friendly front for a misguided and menacing political force…

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