The harm done by Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell sucking up to the IRA

Deadly disgrace

FOR Labour it does not get more damning. Innocent people were murdered specifically because Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell sucked up to the IRA.

Sean O’Callaghan should know . . . he was a Provo killer.

Forget Corbyn’s pathetic lies about “helping the peace process”.

He PROLONGED the conflict.

As more lives were lost, the pair at the top of today’s Labour Party cheered on the executioners, torturers and child-killers from the safety of Westminster.

“They had a grand old time,” says O’Callaghan, “wallowing in infantile revolutionary glee at publicly rubbing shoulders with the ‘hard men’ of the IRA.

They were prepared to fight to the last drop of someone else’s blood. They played no part ever in promoting peace.”

For voters in their 20s or 30s, why does it matter what Corbyn and his shadow chancellor did two decades ago?

It matters not just because it was a shameful, sickening, historic misjudgement but because they have not changed one bit.

Today they call anti-Semitic, homophobic terror groups and regimes “friends”.

Today they idolise Marxist revolutionaries who bring death and ruin.

This Labour pair were snivelling IRA fanboys as it unleashed slaughter on Britain far worse than anything bar 7/7.

Why? Because they hate the West, hate Britain and longed for our defeat. Now they seek to run our great country.

That’s why it matters. And why we must not let it happen.



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Road to ruin

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YOU will hear much drivel about the Tories “holding Britain back”.

What has done that is the vast budget deficit Labour ran up and which has hamstrung the Tories.

Their every action since 2010 must be judged against there being “no money” left — as a departing Labour minister sniggered.

What also holds Britain back is the howls from the Left at any attempt to cut costs or spend money more wisely.

Theresa May’s plan to fund social care through the equity in OAPs’ homes is imaginative and fair.

Why should young workers who cannot afford a house foot the care bill so rich pensioners can leave every penny of theirs to their families?

Her team have bravely chosen to tackle some of our trickiest problems.

They must point out, to the gullible voters boosting Labour in the polls, that the mad spending of Gordon Brown helped wreck the economy last time . . .

But Corbyn’s easy, freebies-for-all fantasy manifesto is infinitely more destructive.

It’s Farcebook

WHAT a warped set of “rules” at Facebook.

It bans nudity. But it WILL allow death threats, animal abuse and self-harm videos no decent publisher should tolerate.

Are huge fines the only solution?

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