Corbyn’s Communications appointee – Seumas Milne – supports Islamic takeover of Britain

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On Muslims in Britain

Milne was involved in a Stop the War Coalition appeal to stop attacks on the Muslim community.[25] He was one of the speakers in a public meeting titled “Kafa – Enough: Stop attacks on the Muslim community”, which was held on 26 June 2009. In his speech, Milne argued that there is a basic process that can be seen across all of the British media:

A racist portrayal of Muslims and Islam in general, a tendency to hype all bogus terror plots into something utterly beyond the pale… A process which is verged on incitement, and has played a central role I think in isolating and intimidating the community, and as we seen in places like Luton and elsewhere, effectively fueling violence on the streets and attacks on Muslim institutions and mosques in particular.[26]

Labour’s Director of Communications

On 20 October 2015, it was announced that Milne will become part of the team behind Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as the Labour Party’s Executive Director of Strategy and Communications. He will be “on leave” from his post at The Guardian and will assume his new role on 26 October.

According to Tom Harris, a former Scottish Labour MP writing for The Daily Telegraph, Corbyn could have chosen for the Comms post “someone whose skills in media management were better known than his personal political views. Instead he chose Seumas Milne, a hate figure for the right of the Labour Party and pretty much everyone else to the right of that.”[17] Lord Mandelson told the BBC that Corbyn had shown a lack of professionalism in appointing Milne, “whom I happen to know and like as it happens. But he’s completely unsuited to such a job, he has little connection with mainstream politics or mainstream media in this country.”

John Jewell, an academic at Cardiff University‘s School of Journalism, criticised the articles by Harris and others which mention Milne’s response to the murder of Lee Rigby. Jewell observes that “the article in which Milne wrote of Rigby not being a victim of terrorism ‘in the normal sense’ began with these words: ‘The videoed butchery of Fusilier Lee Rigby outside Woolwich barracks last May was a horrific act and his killers’ murder conviction a foregone conclusion.'”

Patrick Wintour, the political Editor of The Guardian, wrote that Corbyn “has been struggling to ensure he receives an effective press since he became party leader, and Milne will be charged with ensuring there is an improvement ahead of the large round of local government elections in Scotland, Wales, London and England due in May next year”.[1] Peter Preston, Milne’s first Guardian editor, asserted shortly after Milne’s appointment: “The ‘on leave’ tag appears to make Seumas a once and continuing Guardian man, which won’t help relations with journalists from elsewhere and could hogtie former colleagues who aren’t on leave if they want to criticise Labour’s communications policies.”

The younger son of the former BBC Director General Alasdair Milne, Milne attended Winchester College and read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Balliol College, Oxford, and Economics at Birkbeck College, London University. His sister,Kirsty, who died in July 2013, was an academic and former journalist.

After graduating from Oxford University, Milne was the business manager of Straight Left, a monthly publication of the faction within the Communist Party of Great Britain which wanted the CP, according to Michael Mosbacher, to remain “on a solidly Stalinist path”.

Seumas Milne (born 1958) is a British journalist and political aide. In October 2015, Milne was appointed as the Labour Party‘s Executive Director of Strategy and Communications.[1][2]

Before taking up this post, Milne was a columnist and associate editor at The Guardian newspaper, known for his left-wing views. He is the author of a book about the 1984–5 British miners’ strike,The Enemy Within: The Secret War Against the Miners, which focuses on the role of MI5 and Special Branch in the dispute.

Milne’s journalism and Labour Party appointment were the subject of much negative media comment in October 2015. Peter Preston, Milne’s former editor at The Guardian, commented on the ethical challenges faced by journalists-turned-political advisers and concluded about Milne’s change of career path: “Houston, we have a challenge: let’s see if we have a problem.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seumas_Milne

TAP – The Satanic Cult seems to be in full control.  Meacher gone.  Now this charming addition.

 

 

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16 Responses to “Corbyn’s Communications appointee – Seumas Milne – supports Islamic takeover of Britain”

  1. Dublinmick says:

    But of course they are the Donmeh, and of course mafia boss Elizabeth Battenburg is all for it.

    There is nothing more morose than Brtitains discussing their own demise than a debate over their crown queen who has openly stated the future of Britain lies with Africa and the Carribean.

    God save queen. Phony elections and brou hau.

  2. NPP says:

    Abrahamic religion. Does it all stem from Rome? From where ever, keep it to yourself, please!

    “Freedom consists of man’s ability to do what he thinks and desires without any influence or intervention by others. This is the broadest definition of the concept. Mankind has never attained liberty to this extent and never will because as is known, men are creations of nature and nature itself is not absolutely free either; it is subject to universal laws.”
    Ataturk c.1930

    • Jennifer says:

      Would that be Ataturk, the homosexual, Jewish, Freemason? Hmmmmm.
      http://www.atajew.com/

      • NPP says:

        So Jennifer, Mustafa Kemal was a poo jabber four by two with a penchant for aprons?
        Does this define ill intent?

        I have not been convinced of any of these accusations, though heard these and more. I once spoke to an authorised biographer of a UK intelligence agency. I asked him what about Churchill and children? He responded what about your Ataturk and children? I thought what about 9/11 since you have had access to one of the major intelligence agency’s files… but, I knew it was pointless. He would have dismissed any ‘conspiratorial’ thoughts on 9/11.

        Should we not be wary of assuming character based upon second hand reports; apart from Hitlery, Bush, Kissinger, Soros…. all the ones we ‘know’ are the baddies?

        Was Atatürk was Freemason? I don’t know. Was Thomas Paine; another person with some fine ideas and courage? Like so many of the interesting characters we read about at TAP and elsewhere, I do not know them and can merely examine the limited material before me. I do wonder why Atatürk was not touched upon during my school education; neither was Thomas Paine who was a local lad to my neighbourhood.

        Post 1923 Atatürk did offer friendship to his neighbours and beyond. He removed a Caliphate system and apparently enabled the populous greater freedom. Those who want a religiously run state would disagree. He led a revolution against all odds and removed a centuries old model with a new one. He had a hat and apparel revolution! Love that. He was a dapper dresser.

        He took interest in the ‘mythical’ land of Mu and presented the Piri Reis map to the world. He embraced Western ideas while being aware of maintaining his and his countryman’s own identity. As with so many of these characters we are rarely given full access to the documentation and classified materials, so how can we make judgement upon limited knowledge?

        He made poignant comment e.g.
        “In international relations it must be the ardent wish of the whole civilised world to put an end to the time when the system of puppets governs policy.”
        Atatürk Nutuk Great Speech 15-20 Oct 1927 Eng version p.573

        He supported his nation state, very apt today in 2015, the EU and Agenda 21. Why Turkey would even consider joining the EU is beyond me.

        I would suggest reading Nutuk (English edition), his 36 hour great speech, gives pause for thought. He led from the front and many died to follow his leadership and secure today’s Turkish Republic territory. ‘They’, ‘we’, wanted to reduce the Ottoman territory to an Anatolian hinterland devoid of Istanbul or the Aegean coastline. The ‘Turks’, the people who found themselves habiting that land mass, fought tooth and nail to fend off numerous invaders and agents of various interest. The Turks continue to fend off threat from ‘Kurdistan’ and others.

        I find ideas in the written form always open to interpretation and manipulation as Mark Passio astutely reminds us.
        “In the beginning was the word… ” Oops!

        I do like the message Atatürk bequeathed to his nation:
        Yurtta Barış Dünyada Barış
        Peace At Home Peace In The World:
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfR_psdVsr8

        Watch current Turkish President Erdoğan. Does like or despise Atatürk? Does he wish to support the Republic or reignite a Caliphate?
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bx5c_arjl2E

        I note: http://www.atajew.com/
        Turkish friends would say his enemies pushed negative propoganda.

        As Icke say, it’s all bollocks, isn’t it? My feeling is Atatürk was a good guy. If I am shown otherwsie, so be it.

    • Jennifer says:

      I may be a smug-know-it-all, but I am not a bully. I did not realise I wasn’t the only person to query your eulogising of Kamal Ataturk.
      Those us who read the alternative media need to know so many deep and wide aspects of stuff to make any sense of it all. Constant critical enquiry………

  3. Truth will prevail says:

    “Ataturk” was a crypto Jew, freemason…. They don’t obey any law (except Satanic Talmudic law), not even universal ones. Their concept of “freedom” is of no boundaries at all, which violates the universal “human rights” the hypocrites allegedly are promoting

    There is no freedom without boundaries.

    Anybody who says something different is a LIAR.

    “Freedom consists of man’s ability to do what he thinks and desires without any influence or intervention by others.” (said Ataturk?)

    That’s false and evil: “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law”…
    (Freemason Satanist Alistair Crowley)

    • NPP says:

      Really? Did he abuse children too?!

      “Freedom consists of man’s ability to do what he thinks and desires without any influence or intervention by others. This is the broadest definition of the concept. Mankind has never attained liberty to this extent and never will because as is known, men are creations of nature and nature itself is not absolutely free either; it is subject to universal laws.”
      Ataturk c.1930

      Reminds me of Mark Passio, but you think whatever you wish and I’m sure you will.

      Everyone is a crypto Jewish homo sexist communist facist and freedom is a mere myth of imagination…. as for me, I’m a tosser too – Arsenal!

      • hi NPP
        I haven’t sat thru or studied mark passios lectures or writings. I am aware he goes on about natural law though. The little I have watched of him seemed very against the cabal, and enlightening.
        However I am aware hes an ex satanic priest. He has so many lectures I could never be bothered to sit through them
        So I just assumed contained within them, he spoke a lot of empowering truths
        However, im aware not all is as it seems in this world, and lots of sophisticated disninformation is put about. Because, maybe for physics occult reasons, it seems to be very extremely important to the occult cabal what humans on this planet, believe. beliefs.
        Therefore my point is, when you mention mark passio. Are you meaning he is promoting Satanic Talmudic thinking but in a covert roundabout way?

  4. beLIEve says:

    Any chance Seumas Milne is KZM ?

  5. Scotty says:

    Labour Party created by Fabian Society, itself created by Maurice Web and George B Shaw, based upon occult principles.

    Interesting quote: ‘“on a solidly Stalinist path”. Stalin was responsible for approx. 60 million deaths – worrying to know that this man supports Stalinist policy.
    Anyway, all this is just the froth – designed to keep you from the knowledge of the Truth of Lord Jesus Christ.
    Hot air, flotsam and jetsam and nonsense…

    • sovereigntea says:

      Fabian Third Way = Cameron’s Big Society.
      See DC advisor Philip Blonde of the New School for Social Research and zionist Communitarian terrorist Amitai Etzioni. Frankfurt School vermin the lot of them.

  6. nick says:

    Maybe I am just a bit dim, but I cannot find anything in the article that shows some kind of evidence that Milne ‘supports the Islamic takeover of Britain’

  7. NPP says:

    Dear adamspiritualwarrior,

    My last comment reply to Jennifer still awaits moderation and I do not have a Rreply’ button on your comment… no, I did not mean he is promoting Satanic Talmudic thinking in any way. I do like his suggestion that any written word is open to interpretation and manipulation; that ‘law’ is a natural inherent ‘knowing’. I’m lucky to have had the time to have sat through hours of his lectures while wtaching paint dry.

  8. sovereigntea says:

    Ironic is it not that Tom Harris, a former Scottish Labour MP who is now writing for the Torygraph and who is a member of “Labour Friends of Israel” got sacked from his role of “new media guru” in the Labour party for posting a spoof Hitler video which was deemed to be a media gaff and in bad taste LOL.

    One might question the competence and skills of such a “media guru” as Tom Harris given hi record.

    According to Tom Harris, a former Scottish Labour MP writing for The Daily Telegraph, Corbyn could have chosen for the Comms post “someone whose skills in media management were better known than his personal political views. Instead he chose Seumas Milne, a hate figure for the right of the Labour Party and pretty much everyone else to the right of that.”

    It seems to me that just as Cameron Corbyn is a creature of the establishment most of what is said is BS and the public are merely being bumped from one side to the other of the false left wing right wing dialectic whilst sailing on a sea of false hope.

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