Here's another part of the story confirmed by the Czech Spy (Google translate of his own words)
What information did Corbyn give you?
- I'll tell you this. I knew what Thatcher would have for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and what she would wear for the next day.
Yes, Corbyn, a backbench Labour MP, was able to reveal Margaret Thatcher's lunch menu and fashion choices.
And there's more
Did you also talk about security issues?
- Yes, it was based on the peace movement, and they were receiving reports from the Defense Ministry.
That's right. The Ministry of Defence was briefing CND, at a time when the peace movement tried to close down the nuclear base at Greenham Common.
Not only that, but:
- Through the unions and peace movements, questions were addressed to Nelson Mandel. It is because he and his team have been involved in the preparation of supporting events. We finally made a concert in Wembley. It was funded by Czechoslovakia.
Do you mean Live Aid?
- I did that.
Yes, this spy confirms that Live Aid was funded by the Czech secret police. No wonder it made so much money.
Now can you see why the serious media have barely touched this story? And why your desperation to take it seriously is so entertaining?
But what you cannot do is simultaneously critisise the Tories every time they talk to a questionable government through diplomatic channels and then get all upset when we dare to point out Corbyn's predilection for terrorists or totalitarian regimes. Because it makes you look like a hypocrite who sees all these issues through red-tinted specs.
It is almost impossible to dissociate attacking a newspaper from attacking its readers. You cannot hate the Mail without hating Mail readers. You cannot ban the Sun without trampling over the liberties of its willing customers.