I never thought that Jeremy Corbyn was any good... until he was forced out of the leadership role of the UK Labour Party, who strangely supported another Brexit referendum (which caused a disastrous 2019 election).
Now that it looks like the despised Tory leader Rishi Sunak will give the Labour Party a huge election victory (although a new leader could make a huge difference), I thought about giving some attention to Keir Starmer's wealthy donors.
Of course Labour, like the Conservatives, only care about the rich. It is interesting that his biggest donors were opposed to the "anti-Semite" Corbyn, with many close connections to the much hated Knight of the Garter Tony Blair (the infamous former PM that lied even more than Bill Clinton).
Sir Keir Starmer is another corrupt lawyer, who was an attorney for the elite Doughty Street Chambers law firm.
Doughty Street attorney Robert Latham donated £100,000 to Starmer. Latham was awarded the Legal Aid Barrister of the Year Award in 2008, presented by Cherie Booth, Tony Blair's lawyer wife.
In one of those nice examples of conflicts of interest, in 2014, Doughty Street's Wayne Jordash represented Libya in the charged Libya brought against Abdulla Senussi and Saif Gaddafi (Nat Rothschild's business partner), who were represented by Doughty Street's Amal Alamuddin (now Amal Clooney!) and John Jones: https://thenewlibyareport.wordpress.com ... ncial-icc/
John Jones reportedly ended his life by leaping under a train in 2016...
Several Doughty Street lawyers worked for Julian Assange, including Edward Fitzgerald.
In another one of those nice examples of conflicts of interest, Amal Alamuddin Clooney was a legal advisor of both Julian Assange and then-UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who presided over the arrest of Assange at the Ecuador Embassy: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewto ... 6232#p6232
Starmer received £100,000 in donations from Blair ally and TV mogul peer, Lord Waheed Alli. Starmer appointed Alli to lead Labour’s fundraising efforts for his election.
Waheed Alli was once part of Tony Blair’s election team and more recently worked with David Cameron at Carlton Communications. Alli is also close to Anji Hunter, Director of Government Relations in Tony Blair's first government.
In March 2001, Alli with Elisabeth Murdoch (daughter of media mogul Rupert Murdoch) co-founded media production company Shine Limited.
Hedge fund millionaire Martin Taylor donated £95,000 to Starmer.
In total, Taylor donated £516,000 to groups opposing Corbyn (including Starmer).
Lord Clive Hollick - donated £50,000 to Starmer.
Peter Coates – donated £25,000 to Starmer. Billionaire, key backer of Tony Blair’s election campaign in 1997 and a vocal critic of Corbyn.
Lord Jonathan Kestenbaum - donated £5,000 to Starmer. Labour Peer and COO of the RIT Capital of Lord Nathaniel Jacob Rothschild.
Paul Myners – donated £10,000 to Starmer. Former Chairman of the Guardian.
Advisor at the Global Counsel think-tank, whose other advisors include Geoffrey Norris (Blair’s chief business advisor) and Benjamin Wegg-Prowser (Blair’s Director of Strategic Communications). Global Counsel's Chairman is none other than Nat Rothschild's and Jeffrey Epstein's buddy, life peer Peter Mandelson: https://the-free-press.co.uk/2020/11/30 ... e-divided/
Obviously Sir Trevor Chinn, who donated £50,000 to Starmer, gets by far the most media attention of all the wealthy Starmer donors, because of his support for fascist Israel.
Personally I think Chinn's close connections to the British royals are more interesting. He was appointed Chairman of the Friends of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme,
Trevor Chinn is on a long list of Israel-supporting clubs.
In 2008, David Miliband was host of the Annual UJIA Partons Dinner, where he was introduced by UJIA President Trevor Chinn: https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Trevor_Chinn
Trevor Chinn has a long history of donating to the Labour Party, but he stopped after Corbyn became its leader in 2015.
Chinn instead funded anti-Corbyn Labour members, including funded Corbyn’s rival in the leadership election, Owen Smith.
See from left: Trevor Chinn, Israeli ambassador Mark Regev, Jacob Rothschild, Tony Blair, Yitzhak Hertzog (son of Israeil president Chaim Herzog), 2018.
https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/as ... new-leader
https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewto ... 696#p74696
Firestarter wrote:JP Morgan Chase whistleblower Shaquala Williams has accused JP Morgan of improperly using “emergency payments” to pay Tony Blair, who got “more than a million dollars” for this part time job.
The case was quietly settled for an undisclosed amount: https://wallstreetonparade.com/2022/10/ ... ony-blair/
I found the supposed reason for why BoJo resigned as PM strange, as he has been caught in much worse corruption scandals that look much worse than Johnson's false information regarding chief deputy whip, Christoper Pincher.
Here's another one (of course denied by the accused)...
Then PM Boris Johnson had some serious low cash problems, so Richard Sharp arranged a meeting with Canadian millionaire, former Goldman Sachs bankster Sam Blyth. Richard Sharp was offered the role of BBC chairman in January 2021 (at around the time of the meeting).
Blyth arranged a 800,000 pounds ($988,240) for Johnson in February 2021.
So now the loan is seen as a bribe to get Sharp appointed as BBC chairman, with an "investigation" promised: https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/ ... 4d18df7647