My answer to Why does Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK Labour Party, seem to be despised by: the British media, his …
Answer by Desmond Last:
They are scared of him. Anybody that is anti-establishment sends shivers down the collective spine of the U.K elite.
They have ruled the U.K for so long now, that the thought of Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister and evicting them from their nice cosy positions in still class dominated U.K, has them running for their index-linked pensions.
Corbyn might be a born again Marxist and lost with Mcdonnell in the search for a socialist economic nirvana, but at least he is true to his cause.
Corbyn is prepared to lose rather than sacrifice his life-long ideals. Whilst I know his economic model is part of Marx’s history and has no place in a modern economy, he at least wants to right the corruption of Public money that began with Tony Blair.
There are too many hands in the till in the U.K and Jeremy Corbyn will want to know who is spending it and where.
What has Theresa May got to offer? May will not even speak to the people let alone listen to new ideas. May’s elite inner circle has already set the agenda. Where is the voice of the people of the U.K?
We have never had a chance to debate or vote on May's new U.K. but we know what Jersey Corbyn stands for – the people not the Elite.
The U.K media are not taken seriously by anybody. They do not give balanced reporting and rarely report events outside the U.K in depth. Their paymasters are all Establishment elite. You can hardly expect them to want Corbyn to be Prime Minister.
No more cosy briefings and midnight D notice calls from No 10 if Corbyn is Prime Minister.
As for the military, their knighthoods might be long in coming if Corbyn decides to get rid of the House of Lords (which is long overdue) and change the honours system.
They do not want him. He is fighting two battles one with the Establishment within the Labour Party and the other with the Westminster Elite.
I say good luck to him. The U.K needs unity through classless endeavour not division by an Elite who will only listen to themselves.
Why does Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK Labour Party, seem to be despised by: the British media, his own cabinet members and even Tories?