Russia has always tried to destabilize the West, it’s what it does best. The Czech communists were but a surrogate of the Soviets…
Finland has had its share of traitors as well.
Corbyn ‘The Collaborator’: Czech Communist spy reveals how he recruited Labour leader in the Cold War and used him as an ‘asset’ to create network of informants in Russian operation
- Ex Czech secret agent Jan Sarkocy said Jeremy Corbyn was a paid informant
- Said he was rated by Russia who made plans to move him out there if discovered
- Labour leader’s spokesman dismissed the allegations branding them ‘smears’
Jeremy Corbyn was a paid informant of the Czech secret police at the height of the Cold War, a former Communist secret agent claims.
Former spy Jan Sarkocy said he recruited the MP, codenamed Cob, in the 1980s.
Mr Corbyn was an ‘asset’ who knew he was working with the Soviet puppet state, Mr Sarkocy claimed.
Earlier this week it emerged Mr Corbyn had hosted Mr Sarkocy – who was posted to Britain as a diplomat under a fake identity – in the House of Commons.
The Labour leader insisted he had no idea Mr Sarkocy, who was actually working for the Czech secret police and was later expelled from Britain by Margaret Thatcher, was a spy.
Last night Mr Corbyn’s aides described the latest claims as a ‘ridiculous smear and entirely false’.
But speaking for the first time about the allegations yesterday, Mr Sarkocy directly challenged Mr Corbyn’s account, insisting the MP had known about his role within Statni Bezpecnost (StB) – the Communist era secret police force in the country.
‘It was a consensual collaboration,’ Mr Sarkocy said. At his home in rural Slovakia, the 64-year-old added: ‘He was our asset, he had been recruited. He was getting money from us.’