The Ministry for State Security or State Security Service, commonly known as the Stasi, was the official state security service of the German Democratic Republic or East Germany. They had ‘top secret’ files about a Labour group Jeremy Corbyn helped to run in the 1980’s, according to the Telegraph.

The shady intelligence agency and secret police service had a lot of eager interest in the Labour Action for Peace or (LAP).

The Labour leader, Corbyn was apparently an officer in the Labour Action for Peace group around this time then we went on to become vice chairman before he became it’s president.

The East German secret police service thought the activities of the Labour Action for Peace group were of “special importance” they also thought the group would be good at enacting Labour Party policies.

The files were highlighted by the Guido Fawkes website, this comes straight after Corbyn was reportedly associated with former Czechoslovakian agent Jan Sarkocy.

Jeremy Corbyn

The Czechoslovakian spy, Jan Sarkocy has reportedly claimed he met with Jeremy Corbyn three times, this claim is called “ridiculous” by Corbyn.

Yesterday during PMQS Theresa May mocked Corbyn for his reported spy links, this is adamantly denied by Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party.

Pressure mounts on the Corbyn to allow the release of the Stasi files which he was said of opened when he visited East Germany in the seventies.

Upon deeper examination of the files released by Guido Fawkes it goes on to suggest East Germany observed the Labour Action for Peace group in the eighties and thought the Communist leaning group’s stance on NATO was very similar to their’s.

The files stated: The position of leading representatives of the LAP coincides with that of the socialist countries: The blame for the escalation of the nuclear arms race is borne by the US and its NATO allies.”

The once secret records reveal that East German officials met up with members of the group and even some MPs.

Just after a Labour Action for Peace trip to East Germany a Stasi officer went on to say  “representatives of the LAP take up positions on fundamental issues that are largely in line with those of the socialist states”.

The East German secret police, Stasi obviously assumed LAP could go on to influence Labour’s policies.

The files also said: “Under the present conditions, with resolutions at the Labour Party’s annual conference from Sept. 28 to Oct. 3 preparing for the upcoming election campaign and focusing on the party’s security policy and a future Labour government, the Activity of the LAP of special importance.”

The worst part is this is not the first time Labour Action for Peace has been linked to the Stasi or the Soviet Union.

A Labour parliamentary candidate and someone who ran the group,  Cynthia Roberts is believed to have been a spy for the Czech government when it was under the yolk of the Soviet Union.

Back in 2008, it came out that in secret files held by the Czech security service, it claimed that she wrote up reports for the Communists for Conservative Party big-wigs like Margaret Thatcher and David Mellor.

Jeremy Corbyn who was at the time president of LAP “I don’t know Cynthia Roberts at all. Of course I’m surprised. I didn’t know her and this was long before I was involved in the organisation. I’m not going to be able to comment on people like Cynthia Roberts. The issue of the Cold War is one that has long passed.”

MI5, Scotland Yard and whoever else needs to seriously investigate the actions of Jeremy Corbyn and whoever else was involved with the LAP at the time of these allegations. The Labour Party has been infiltrated by communists even at the last general election the The Communist Party of Britain refused to let any of it’s candidates stand, choosing instead to champion Corbyn.

Jeremy Corbyn is a communist, plain and simple.

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