The class "activists" launched a disgusting diatribe against the sons of Jacob Rees-Mogg, including his six-year-old son, telling them that his father is a "totally horrible person".
The three young men were shocked while their parents tried to make them enter, but they still heard the rumor of intimidation demanding that they be told how much they pay the family nanny.
The activist Ian Bone, dressed in a cap and leaning on a stick, was filmed shouting: "Your dad will not answer the question.
& # 39; Your dad is a totally horrible person.
"A lot of people do not like your dad, you know that. No, he probably has not told you about that.
The grandfather and the father of five added: "Many people hate him".
Class activists launched an extraordinary diatribe on Jacob Rees-Mogg's children, including his six-year-old son, telling them that his father is a "totally horrible person."
The activist Ian Bone (right, on the flat top) was filmed harassing the Rees-Mogg family and telling the children that their father does not pay him a lot & # 39; to her babysitter Veronica Crook (because she was too busy) pretending to be a toff & # 39; of Latin eating, bowel-oriented
Last night's meeting involving Rees-Mogg's nanny, Veronica Crook, who has been with the family for decades and cared for the deputy as a child, lasted several minutes.
It was filmed by the leftist activist group Class War and posted on its Facebook page.
The official spokesman of the prime minister condemned the confrontation of Rees-Mogg as "completely unacceptable".
He said: & # 39; No elected member or his family should be subjected to intimidation or abuse in that way & # 39;
Others, including Tory MP Ben Gummer, whose father John was Secretary of the Environment in the early 1990s, were equally appalled by the meeting.
He tweeted: I had my part of this. All I can say is that seeing it done to the children of @Jacob_Rees_Mogg still brings such an angry knot in my throat. It's a cruel thing to do to a child, and it will mark them forever. "
Even Class War online supporters found Mr. Bone's direct attack on children too much.
Steve Cason wrote on Facebook: "I think taking the Tories is a fair game and, in fact, it should be done, I do it all the time.
I'm sorry, but I do not agree that children should be brought into the discussion in this way. The little about not being loved, etc. crossed the limit & # 39;
Malcolm Brooks added: "Well, I do not have time for the tunt git but it is not good in front of anyone's children".
And Wayne England said: "In front of the children. NOT FRESH.
However, Mr. Rees-Mogg seemed indifferent about the attack and told Mail Online: "It was a small protest by the anarchists that, as expected, was disorganized, unpunctual and short-lived."
During the confrontation, Bone, 71, told the children: "Dad will not say how much he pays his nanny, his nanny who takes care of you." Dad does not pay him much.
"Dad says the minimum wage does not count at all, or the minimum wage in London.
The three clearly astonished young men stood as their parents tried to get them in, but they still heard the intimidation speech that demands that the protesters know how much their nanny Veronica Crook pays them (top in black)
Last night's meeting between Mr. Bone and the Rees-Mogg family was filmed by the Class War activist group and posted on their Facebook page.
But even Class War online supporters found the attack on children too much. Steve Cason wrote on Facebook: "I'm sorry, but I do not agree that children should participate in the argument in this way, the bit about not being loved, etc. crossed the limit & # 39;
Mr. Bone told the children: "Dad does not pay much for the babysitter, so the poor nanny Crook who takes care of you and cleans your ass does not get enough money every week." Mrs. Crook (holding the baby) appears regularly in the family photos
Today, Mr. Bone, who has Parkinson's disease, walks with a stick and whose father was a butler, did not regret talking directly to children
"Dad does not pay much for the babysitter, so the poor nanny Crook who takes care of you and cleans your ass does not get enough money every week.
"But Daddy, he does not care because he's too busy pretending to be a Latino-oriented toff, which he does quite well."
Then he repeatedly asked again how much they paid Mrs. Crook, before appearing on the street shouting "My God, she's here!"
He went out and said that he was not paid by the hour and that he did not need to tell him how much he was paid when he embraced Mr. Rees-Mogg's son.
Mr. Bone was not postponed and went on to accuse Ms. Crook of having the "Stockholm syndrome" because she would not disclose her salary.
She asked Mr. Rees-Mogg, standing right behind her and hugging her little son, "right?"
He replied: & # 39; No! & # 39;
When someone questioned the actions of another protester, they told him: "It's very bad. If you do not like it, f *** off! & # 39;
Ian Bone (right) asked again how much they paid Mrs. Crook, before appearing (in black) on the street shouting "Oh my God, she's here!"
Ms. Crook, who regularly appears in family photos, not only looks after the MP's six children, but also took care of him as a child. Four of Mr. Rees-Mogg's children went out to witness the confrontation
Mr. Rees-Mogg told Mail Online: "It was a small protest by the anarchists that, as expected, was disorganized, unpunctual and short-lived"
Ms. Crook, who regularly appears in the family photos, looks after the six children of the PM and has been connected to the family for half a century.
Today, Mr. Bone, who has Parkinson's disease, walks with a stick and whose father was a butler, did not regret talking directly to the children.
He told Mail Online: "Jacob Rees Mogg took his family out and to our rally. I resist for everything I said.
"I think my comments to your children are nothing compared to the policies that Rees Mogg believes in.
"His children will go to Eton, just like his father, where they will be intimidated without mercy anyway."
Ian Bone, the lifelong anarchist whose family privacy comes first
Veteran activist and grandfather Ian Bone, 71, was once dubbed the most dangerous man in Britain after the Class War newspaper he launched in 1982 became so incendiary that it showed images of beaten policemen.
The full-time anarchist, who has been receiving state benefits since leaving college, now walks with a stick thanks to Parkinson's disease.
After his blatant assault on the Rees-Mogg family, the father of five children remained silent about his own family.
Having taken the fight to a personal level, he will not talk about his own children, or even about his grandchildren, but will use the media for his own political message.
Jacob Rees Mogg supports policies such as the disability benefits reforms and the new Universal Credit welfare system, where there have been cuts and delays in payments to the most needy.
"If I were Rees Mogg, I would not have any problem with being told to my children that I am a horrible person." I could have said something much worse.
"I'm standing up telling your children who your father really is."
Bone has been protesting since the 1980s and is editor of publications for class activists, Class War and The Bristolian.
Class War became a class movement, as well as a newspaper, which in its heyday sold 15,000 copies weekly and supported striking miners, stevedores, printing workers and demonstrations, including the Brixton riots of 1981, before the publication will be launched.
Bone went to the marches of Bash the Rich (Bash the Rich is also the title of his autobiography). Just a decade ago he defended violence to overthrow the state.
Although it was still a weekly newspaper, Class War called itself "the most rebellious tabloid in Britain."
After the birth of Prince William in September 1984, he appeared on the cover with the headline "Another f *** ing real parasite".
Another cover showed an image of Margaret Thatcher with an ax buried in her head. When the paper folded, it continued as a lobby group.
Bone admits to having a working class hatred for the rich, since her own father was a butler.
He lived in Grenfell from 1983 to 1986 and met several residents who were trapped in the fire where 72 people died.
He continued to protest outside The Shard when the residents of Grenfell were not being relocated, as there were 10 empty luxury floors of £ 50m inside the vanguard tower.
Bone was taken to the Supreme Court by the Qatari royal family, owner of The Shard, in February of this year to stop their protests before his lawyers withdrew their threat of a court order against him.
In 2006, he told the Guardian newspaper that violence was key, and said: "No (attack someone) individually, but if you're fighting like a mafia against something in particular like the electoral tax or the Iraq war (then) yes … If the rich, the ruling class or the police defend their interests, they deserve everything that comes to them. "
And in June he posted on his own Facebook page regarding Donald Trump's visit: "Spend the day idling and drinking on Bond Street / New Bond streets … … .. in stores … drive the products … be insolent with the rich … partners of insolence … let insolence win the day ".
Veronica Crook: the nanny who looked after Rees-Mogg as a child
Jacob Rees-Mogg praised his "remarkable" 51-year-old nanny at the birth of his sixth son Sixtus in July of last year.
Deputy Brexiteer Tory has known Veronica Crook since her birth and now, despite being over 70, is taking care of the next generation of Rees-Moggs.
Miss Crook made a famous campaign with Mr. Rees-Mogg in his mother's Mercedes.
The North East Somerset deputy told MailOnline at the time that Ms. Crook has been working for the Rees-Mogg family for more than half a century and "is still on duty", taking care of her latest incorporation.
He said: Nanny keeps taking care of the children, which is absolutely wonderful when I hear her telling them things she used to tell me.
Veronica Crook: "She's the most remarkable woman and, as you can imagine, incredibly good with children, but I could say it's a very hard job."
"She reminds them of the post-war rationing, so if they have large amounts of butter on their toast, she says it would have been a week's ration, I love the historical continuity you get."
A nanny never reveals her age, Rees-Mogg added, but she supposed that Miss Crook is "seventy-odd years old". She does not have a family of her own, she said, but "we are her family."
"She's the most remarkable woman and, as you can imagine, incredibly good with children, but I could say it's a very difficult job."
Previously, Ms. Crook described young Jacob's behavior as "perfect, or for the most part perfect time."
"He was not really naughty, he was unique," he said in 2015. He added: "He did his thing, he did not copy." He had that kind of attitude. "
Mr. Rees-Mogg said that his six children are as "informed" about politics as when he was a child and regularly join him at the door.