Why the British Establishment Wants Jeremy Corbyn Buried

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Global Research, June 07, 2017
TruePublica 30 September 2015

In light of the imminent UK general election, we bring to the attention of our readers this article by Graham Vanbergen originally published in September 2015:

The term “the establishment” refers to leading politicians, senior civil servants, senior barristers and judges, aristocrats, Oxbridge academics, senior clergy, the most important financiers and industrialists, governors of the BBC, members of and top aides to the royal family to mention most, but not all.

The term in this sense is sometimes mistakenly believed to have been coined by the British journalist Henry Fairlie, who in September 1955 in the London magazine ‘The Spectator’ defined that network of prominent, well-connected people as “the Establishment”, explaining: “By the Establishment, I do not only mean the centres of official power—though they are certainly part of it—but rather the whole matrix of official and social relations within…

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