Wednesday 12 June, 2019
The English Tourist
Reporting, Base Camp, Tottenham, London.
‘…When you have a bunch of hippies camping outside your house, you know your home must give off a good vibe…’
Her compatriates, who died compelling the europeans, died in honour, of the English revolution.
And she became an Apostle, at just the age of 23.
She decided to educate herself with tutors of different specialities, one a rastafarian, the other a New Apostlic priest from the Congo and another a previous NHS surgeon.
This surgeon has now been promoted to deputy chair of the BMA for London Regions.
If you understand the British constitutional monarchy, this was really like ‘Game of Thrones’.
Imagine this girl, who is an Apostle and she is given responsibilities to run a province and a revolution at the age of just 23 years old and she is trained by a rastafarian, a New Apostlic priest from the Congo and a previous NHS surgeon, so already, the authorities are suspicious of this woman, she used Jeremy Corbyn to solidify her own hold on power to protect the constitutional monarchy, due to his influential family.
This made Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, but he would have to survive some challenges, to become, leader of the ‘Opposition’.
The young Apostle’s passion for education and the NHS, would eventually bare fruit, but in the early days it was opposed by some people.
Jeremy Corbyn and many other Labour MPs, advocate for international education for example, Rt Hon David Lammy and counsellors, used to visit many schools encouraging students, giving incentives, encouraging students to learn.
Their visits with students, showed the early priority they were putting on modernising education, both within London and the rest of the UK.
When there was a rebellion against Jeremy Corbyn, shortly after he became Labour Party leader, education and the NHS became a major priority and an incentive also, for ‘Brexit’ to unite divisions across both parties and Jeremy Corbyn managed to ‘levy’ the political vote and put the brakes on Brexit.
They built their tents around the home of Jeremy Corbyn.
Image, From ‘starstills.com’
Please see also, ‘Politics Weekly: The ‘Brexit’ Trials: Crisis of Authority: Faces of the English Revolution: Jeremy Corbyn: Part III’, available on:
Please see also, ‘Politics Weekly: The ‘Brexit’ Trials: Crisis of Authority: Faces of the English Revolution: Jeremy Corbyn: Part I and Part II’, available on: