Results 161–170 of 170 for terrorism speaker:Jeremy Corbyn

Adjournment (Christmas) (19 Dec 2002)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...Iraq's borders. Since that time, what has been the policy towards Iraq? During the war in 1991, it was to bomb the country using depleted uranium weapons among many others, creating the utmost terror and misery and causing many deaths. That was followed by a sanctions regime, which should have been restricted to military and financial sanctions that could have had some effect on the regime...

Orders of the Day — International Criminal Court Bill [Lords] (3 Apr 2001)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...poorest part of that country. We should look more carefully at the reasons for conflict in the first place: the grab for land, minerals or power, which so often leads to injustice and the reigns of terror that result in the death of so many people. There are two specific areas of the Bill that I would like the Minister to deal with when he replies to the debate. The first concerns clause...

Chile (6 Feb 2001)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...when British planes were used to bomb the presidential palace, which resulted in the death of President Allende, the rounding up of large numbers of people into the national stadium, and a reign of terror, including the caravan of death. Many Members of Parliament worked tirelessly to help Chilean asylum seekers in the early 1970s. It would be wrong not to pause for a moment to remember...

Debate on the Address: Foreign Affairs and Defence (10 Dec 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...to the wars that have so disfigured our society. That means a process of disarmament and a process of respect for law. It does not mean continuing what I believe to be the absolutely crazy war on terror into which President Bush led us after the dreadful events of 2001.

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs and Overseas Development (8 Nov 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...the Contra, and sent one of its representatives there, where he went on patrol with the Contra forces which were attempting to destroy the Government. If our Government approve of that form of terrorism, they should say so or denounce the Federation of Conservative Students for what it is doing in Nicaragua. The CIA's "freedom fighters' manual", as it is called, has recently been...

Orders of the Day — Statement on the Defence Estimates 1992 (21 Jun 1993)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...political oppression and human rights abuses"— which receive scant regard from the Ministry of Defence and the arms manufacturers, who are happy to sell arms to Indonesia and similar regimes— terrorism, crime and disease. We are on completely the wrong track. We should look to develop peace in the world, and to develop and support peaceful institutions, rather than arming ourselves for...

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs and Overseas Development (9 Nov 1984)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...force, and installed the Somoza dictatorship. After the triumph of the revolution, the United States began to reorganise and rearm the National Guard, using it as a new instrument of aggression and terror against our people. It explains how, since the Sandinistas came to power in 1979, they have had to defend their country against the aggression of the United States and protect their...

Orders of the Day — Yorkshire Water Authority Bill (By Order): Chile (22 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...the Allende Government she was the ambassador to Vietnam and saw what the B52 bombers were doing to the people of Vietnam. She witnessed the coup in Chile in 1973. More recently she suffered the terror of hearing and seeing her son being murdered at point blank range, his body being mutilated afterwards by the armed forces. She came to this country to seek support for what she is trying to...

Orders of the Day — Central America (24 Mar 1987)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...230 disappeared. This is something that is well documented by many people. I shall not quote sources such as the FMLN and others, but Senator John F. Kerry, writing in "E1 Salvador Update: Counter Terrorism in Action", which is based on the findings of a research team in E1 Salvador in 1986, investigating United States assistance to the E1 Salvadorean police. He said: As a member of the...

Orders of the Day — Central America (15 Dec 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...). Eucebio recognized two of them: Alejandro Palacios, who had been a member of Somoza's National Guard, and Raul Blandon, 19, who himself had been kidnapped the previous year (18). Raul begged "El Terror," the leader, to let his cousin Eucebio go and was threatened with death (19).Along with Eucebio, the contras kidnapped his two uncles, Cesario Rizo Blandon, 64, whom they murdered, and...


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