Theresa May: Corbyn victory is scary

Israeli poodle, British prime minister Theresa May has warned Britons against voting for Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn in the June 8 general election, saying: Corbyn as the next prime minister should scare us all.

In an opinion post at Jewish Daily Mail, Theresa May said it was a cold, hard fact that if her party lost six seats at June’s General Election that Jeremy Corbyn could lead the country.

The ruling conservatives won 330 seats in 2015 against Labour’s 232 seats. A total of 326 seats are needed for a majority.

Jeremy Corbyn and Labour MPs who support his leadership have been target of a vicious smear campaign run by the organized Jewry and Tony Blair, a war criminal. Corbyn has been accused of antisemitism for suggesting that London should stop blaming Hamas and Iran of terrorism and hold dialogues with them. He is also against British support for the Syrian rebels fighting Assad government.

Both former prime minister David Cameron and Theresa May have accused Labour party of harboring antisemites like Ken Livingstone with Jewish family roots, MP Naz Shah, and MP Dr. Rupa Asha Huq.

Jamie Stern-Wiener, Jewish writer and blogger claims that Jeremy Corbyn hasn’t got an antisemitism problem. His opponents do.

Theresa May admires US president Donald Trump and France’s newly elected president Emmanuel Macron, a Rothschild agent. All three have openly shown their hatred of Muslims and blind support for the Zionist entity. Jeremy Corbyn on the other hand, dislike the two. Last week, Corbyn called Trump a great threat to world peace.

The latest poll shows Conservatives are losing their lead over Labour.

Ian Greenhalgh’s latest article, entitled, Assange, Wikileaks and how Israel enslaved the British shows why the British organized Jewry supports Theresa May against Jeremy Corbyn.

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One response to “Theresa May: Corbyn victory is scary

  1. The bitch also wants to cancell free school meals for the poor…

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