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Who is Piers Corbyn ?
VILE anti-vaxxer Piers Corbyn told followers to BURN DOWN politicians’ offices during a sick tirade in central London – as Priti Patel blasted his comments as “sickening”.
Piers Richard Corbyn is an English anti-vaxxer, conspiracy theorist, weather forecaster, businessman, and activist. He is the elder brother of former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Born in Wiltshire, Corbyn was raised in Shropshire where he attended Adams’ Grammar School. Wikipedia
Jeremy’s brother, who has gained infamy for his crazy theories since Covid first took over the UK, spoke at a rally in Westminster tonight.
And in his chilling tirade, he told activists: “We have to hammer that scum to death.”
Speaking through a public address system, he said: “We have to be a little more physical.
“It means that we have to end these lying vaccinators, and we have to end these lying MPs.
“We have to support and welcome all those who have rebelled or voted against Boris-rebelled from the conservatives or from my brother and his colleagues, they voted against the measures.”
“They voted against. That’s good.
“We have to support all of those and we have to hammer that scum, that scum, who has decided to go ahead with the introduction of a new fascism to death.
How old is Piers Corbyn ?
March 10, 1947 (age 74 years), Chippenham, United Kingdom
Home Secretary has called for his arrest, tweeting
“You have to get a list of them, we can get a list of them on websites, and if your MP is one of them, go to their offices and I would recommend burning them, okay?”
His comments have been met with outrage.
The Home Secretary has called for his arrest, tweeting: “The Piers Corbyn video is disgusting.
“I support the police to take the strongest possible measures against him.”
Meanwhile, TV fan Piers Morgan posted the video to the Metropolitan Police on Twitter, writing: “This is shocking.
“Piers Corbyn is inciting the murder of parliamentarians.
‘HAMMERS TO DEATH’
“He should be arrested and jailed for this.”
Gary Lineker has also called the video “gruesome.”
A spokesman for the Meteorological Police said in a statement: “We are aware of a video on social networks in which people were encouraged to burn the offices of the Public Ministry.”
“It is being evaluated and investigations are ongoing.”
Corbyn spoke as thousands of activists marched through the streets of the capital protesting Boris Johnson’s new plan B rules.
Violence erupted outside Downing Street as thugs broke down barriers and made threatening gestures at policemen in riot gear.
FURY OVER COMMENTS
Officers were reportedly injured when missiles, including eggs and beer cans, were launched earlier in the day.
A protester who was dressed as Santa Claus waved a smoke canister over the crowd, while others held up signs that read “no vaccine passports.”
Johnson has vowed not to re-lock the country amid claims that he is considering a circuit breaker two weeks after Christmas.
If the proposals get the green light, British people could be banned from mingling indoors with friends and family, he reported.
The prime minister has told eligible adults to get their booster shots as soon as possible, after long meandering lines were seen at vaccination centers across the country.
The Sun also encourages readers to sign up for the Jabs Army campaign to make the launch as smooth and fast as possible.
It comes as record numbers of new infections were recorded in the UK this week as Omicron spreads.
FEARS OF LOCKOUT
London Mayor Sadiq Khan declared a major incident in the capital amid a surge in cases.
The Labor politician said he is “incredibly concerned” and fears a shortage of police, firefighters and NHS workers.
The total number of Omicron cases reported each day in the UK has tripled in the last 24 hours, and the cases have risen by more than 10,000.
Seven people have died from the mutation.
Johnson is adamant about not closing before Christmas.
However, he is believed to have briefed his cabinet this weekend on the possibility of firmer restrictions after December 25.