Politics Weekly: The ‘Brexit’ Trials: Crisis of Authority: Faces of the English Revolution: Jeremy Corbyn: PART I and PART II

Monday 3 June – Monday 10 June, 2019

Reporting, Base Camp, Tottenham, London.

PART I

The story of Britain’s leader of the opposition, Labour Party Leader, moderniser and hero Jeremy Corby, starts in the really quite ancient, 43 AD City of London.

It is here, in London, that MP for Islington North since 1983, as he was formally known before he also became Labour Party leader in 2015, Jeremy Corbyn cut his political teeth.

For a man who, says and does, very little, Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn is certainly a character who is peppered with myth and mystique.

He had a booming affair with Diane Abbott the now black MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington since 1987, back in his day.

With close ties to the former socialist worker’s parties, various unions and universities, for many, many years, he could not trust anyone else and made himself, leader of the Labour Party.

He is really, a very special, god-gifted, person.

Jeremy Corbyn also serves as a strong symbol of the difference, between the old (Brexit) often marginalised and subjugated workers, as well as often BAME in the very ethnically, racially, religiously and vibrantly mixed and often poorer, London society that he grew up in and the new, modern, British nation that he wants to build.

With several historical world heritage sites and many buildings and churches, not to mention St Paul’s, which still, today, pierces the sky-line, being built, before Shakespeare was even born, London cannot construct new buildings or demolish certain areas both within and outside of the old city walls but new technology creeps in from all directions.

The Labour Leader, I think, has built in, a kind of appreciation for what is happening in the rest of the continent, also, through ‘Brexit’, his opposition to Trump and his support for the new generation.

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Tuesday 11 June, 2019

Reporting, Base Camp, Tottenham, London.

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PART II

The community here, in Labour Tottenham, is very hopeful, no worries, no problems.

For someone who has spent the last nine years working on a potential book about Britain’s post colonial history, I have researched and interviewed many experts on British history, politics, international relations, philosophy and cultural studies.

Jeremy Corbyn, he has a special connection to London and he has invested in people, he is very shrewd financially but also very politically astute.

He is a very good MP, he is one of the good leaders, the Labour Leader isn’t really the incapable fool that they mention, he is very peaceful and most of his ideas are very cheap if not, relying mostly on volunteers.

These have been brought together by a man who has been an MP for over 3 decades, Labour Party Leader for 4 years and who has tried to bring together, his nation and the continent, often with his own personal touch.

The most unique thing about Jeremy Corbyn, is how he does not really behave like a tight breasted, wait-coat wearing, MP, who spends most of his time, in the press and arguing, on the benches of the Houses of Parliament but always goes to places where people are sick, such as hospitals and visits people.

People with mental health problems also, are supported by Jeremy Corbyn, so he is, a really good leader in my opinion.

Reported, Archway, Whittington Hospital, 1st June 2017.

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Wednesday 12 June, 2019

Reporting, Base Camp, Tottenham, London.

PART III

“…These have been brought together by a man who has been an MP for over 3 decades, Labour Party Leader for 4 years and who has tried to bring together, his nation and the continent, often with his own personal touch…”

Jeremy Corbyn was the youngest of four sons of David Corbyn, an electrical engineer and Naomi Loveday, a maths teacher.

His parents were Labour Party members and peace campaigners, who met in the 1930’s at a committee meeting in support of the Spanish Republic during the Spanish Civil War.

His brother, is a physicist, meteorologist and

Jeremy Corbyn joined the Labour Party as a teenager and moving to London, he became a trade union representative.

In 1974 Jeremy Corbyn was elected to Haringey Council and also became Secretary of Hornsey Constituency Labour Party.

He was elected as MP for Islington North in 1983.

As a bankbench MP, Jeremy Corbyn has frequently voted against the Labour ‘whip’, including ‘New Labour’ governments and he also chaired the ‘Stop the War Coalition’ from 2011 – 2015.

Jeremy Corbyn’s activism includes roles in ‘Ant-Facist Action’, the ‘Anti-Apartheid Movement’ and the ‘Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament’ as well as advocating for a united Ireland.

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PART IV

Her compatriates, who died compelling the europeans, died in honour, of the English revolution.

And she became an Apostle, at just the age of 23.

She decided to educate herself with tutors of different specialities, one a Rastafarian, the other a New Apostlic priest from the Congo and another a previous NHS surgeon.

If you understand the British constitutional monarchy, this was really like Game of Thrones.

Imagine this girl, who is an Apostle and she is given responsibilities to run a province and a revolution at the age of just 23 years old and she is trained by a Rastafarian, a Congolese New Apostlic priest and an NHS doctor, so already, the authorities are suspicious of this woman, she used Jeremy Corbyn to solidify her own hold on power to protect the constitutional monarchy, due to his influential family.

This made Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, but he would have to survive some challenges, to become, leader of the ‘Opposition’.

When there was a rebellion against Jeremy Corbyn, shortly after he became Labour Leader Party leader, education and the NHS became a major priority and an incentive also, for ‘Brexit’ to unite divisions across both parties and Jeremy Corbyn managed to ‘levy’ the political vote and put the brakes on Brexit.

They built their tents around the home of Jeremy Corbyn.

He used to visit many schools encouraging students, giving incentives, encouraging students to learn.

His visits with students, showed the early priority he was putting on modernising education, both within London and the rest of the UK.

The young Apostle’s passion for education, would eventually bare fruit, but in the early days it was opposed by some authorities.

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Photo, Jeremy Corbyn, From Twitter

Please see also, ‘Politics Weekly: The English Revolution: The Brexit Trials: Crisis of Authority: Faces of the English Revolution: Jeremy Corbyn: Part 1’, Monday 3 June – Monday 10 June, 2019, available on:

https://jennifercmbutler90.com/2019/06/10/politics-weekly-the-english-revolution-the-brexit-trials-crisis-of-authority-faces-of-the-english-revolution-jeremy-corbyn-part-1/

 

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