JEREMY Corbyn is at the centre of an extraordinary network of hard-left extremists pieced together by former British intelligence officers.
The Labour leader’s spider’s web of extensive contacts stretch from Marxist intellectuals to militant groups and illegal terror organisations.
The project, dubbed ‘Hijacked Labour’, was drawn up by the ex-military veterans in their spare time to expose what they insist is now a party firmly in the grip of a hardline cabal.
The Hijacked Labour group declares: “Those planning to vote for the Labour Party ought to know what Labour now represents.
“It is no longer the patriotic party of Attlee or Wilson. Today’s Labour has been hijacked by Marxists. Vote wisely, Compatriots. Your Country Needs You to.”
Ex-SAS officer turned author Mark Bles, who leads the group, told The Sun: “This is an extreme network who are now very close to running the country, and we want everyone to know this”.
The network includes 490 different entries in total, each with their own interactive nodes detailing their histories and links on the group’s website, hijackedlabour.com.
‘HIJACKED BY MARXISTS’
Mr Corbyn’s closest advisers and confidantes also appear on it prominently.
The past activities of Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell, Communications Director Seumas Milne and Momentum campaign director Jon Lansman are all detailed.
Among those that they have interacted with are anarchists and pacifist groups as well as terror organisations Hamas, the IRA and Columbian group FARC.
Mr Bles, an intelligence specialist who has spent much of his career tracing and analysing extremist groups, added: “Labour’s hard left leadership has a direct link to postmodern neo-Marxism in its various forms.
“It is an ideology which specifically encourages its supporters to tell lies, because it denies the existence of any absolute truth.
“So how can anyone believe Labour’s current election manifesto, if they promise anything to get into power?
“Their links are extraordinary and extensive. We thought, we must map this all out so people can see the network for themselves.”