The first warning came as soon as the neoliberal establishment identified the significant rise of SYRIZA in Greece and Podemos in Spain. At the end, the European Financial Dictatorship (EFD) managed to subjugate Tsipras, but not without heavy losses, as it was forced to show its cruel face to the Europeans.
It appears now that the alarm has been activated in the neoliberal camp, especially after Corbyn's impressive win for the Labour leadership.
From telesurtv.net :
The day after Corbyn won the Labour leadership, David Cameron said that the member of parliament would undermine the nation’s defenses. Newly elected British opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is a “threat to national security,” according to U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron.
The day after Corbyn won the Labour leadership with a massive 59.5 percent of the vote, Cameron took to Twitter Sunday saying that the leftist, pro-immigrant rights member of parliament would undermine the nation’s defenses.
“The Labour Party is now a threat to our national security, our economic security and your family's security,” he said.
It is remarkable that Cameron started the attack on Corbyn, right after his nomination as leader of the Labour, not as a political opponent in an election process.
More or less, the same happened when SYRIZA risen significantly and the establishment saw a serious threat. Tsipras was treated as threat to the national security by the far-Right branch of the political establishment. Media and political opponents were treating SYRIZA members as amateurs and irresponsible Leftists who could harm the nation.
The most remarkable, is that the political establishment which accused SYRIZA as dangerous for the country, is the same that ruined the country by signing catastrophic memorandums under Greece's creditors orders, the last five years. It is the same system that for forty years governed the country, leading it to bankruptcy after numerous scandals, fraud, overspending and corruption.
Similarly, Cameron started immediately the attack on Corbyn, saying that he is a threat, while himself and the conservative party systematically downgraded the British social state, and continue to do so, through the most cruel austerity measures and cuts in social spending.
Obviously, the European neoliberal establishment feels a serious threat with open fronts everywhere. Dead end in Greece with the debt issue, while Tsipras and the new Greek political scene remain unpredictable. Thus, not very easy to be controlled. Rise of Podemos in Spain, and now, Corbyn. And on the top of all these, the refugee waves coming from war zones. The alarm has been activated, and the neoliberal puppets show their panic. It's not going to end well.