Tuesday, 6 January 2009

Zionist War Crimes: Where's the Anger Mr. Politician?



Just how many war crimes can Israel commit before ANYONE here takes a stand?

You think we don't live in a one party state?

Which party - Lib-Lab-Con-UKIP-BNP - will dare to denounce the Zionist aggression?

The Zionists have banned journalists because they know witnesses scattered around would expose their lies about "Hamas fighters" or "Hamas rockets" at the sites of atrocities, in schools, Mosques, homes etc.

If Jews were dying in this fashion and at this rate they would call it a "holocaust" and Hollywood would have the script-writers in already making another blockbuster. As Kate Winslett's character put it in "Extras" - do a Holocaust film and you're guaranteed an Oscar!

Brown, Cameron, Farage, Griffin, and Mr. Who-he of the Liberals -- all are Zionists to a man!

They all support the illegal Zionist state. They all stand by and say nothing as innocent Palestinians die in their 100s.

Just as none of them will denounce the Rothschilds and others who strangle us with debt and ruin our economy.

Vote for who you want dumb goys! THEY ARE ALL BOUGHT AND PAID FOR WITH SHEKELS!

Shame on all the Lodge members in all the political parties!

No doubt they are all praying for some (Mossad organised/inspired) "terror" outrage in revenge so they can further justify their foppish stance on the worldwide criminal conspiracy known as Zionism.

Wake up White man!

You are being conned. Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Gaza, Syria, Iran...

These people are determined to wage an endless war, so we always have a bogeyman to help us take our eyes off our crumbling once-Christian civilisation.

Ask not for whom the bell tolls...


7 comments:

behind blue eyes said...

Talking of The Holocaust (HoloHoax), TalmudWood has gone into overdrive with films regarding this gargantuan historical scam. Taken from an American article -

'In theatres now are "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas," which tells the story of a forbidden friendship between the son of a Nazi officer and a Jewish boy imprisoned in a concentration camp; "The Reader," which stars Kate Winslet as a former concentration-camp guard on trial years after the war; and "Adam Resurrected," which follows a Holocaust survivor (Jeff Goldblum) living in a mental institution.'

No coincidence surely that these films are being made and released just as there is a rise in anti-semitism (telling the truth to you and me) around the world!

Zionist Jews/Israelis always the victim and never the perpetrator of evil deeds and actions. The mass media in blighty is completely Zionist controlled and all the major political parties bow down and grovel at the feet of the blasphemous and bloodthirsty fiends that control our once great land from behind the scenes like The Black Magicians they truly are. The press always portray the Palestinians as evil terrorists and never report on Israel's daily genocidal activites.

All three major political parties have sold their putrid souls to The Synagogue of Satan by having a Friends of Israel group and knowing which side their bagel is buttered.

'A statesman is an easy man.
He tells his lies rote;
A journalist makes up his lies
And takes you by the throat.'
W.B. Yeats - The Old Stone Cross

It looks like the Satanic Zionist Militarists told the children to shelter in the UN schools and they wouldn't be touched:-
http://judicial-inc.biz/91sraelis_told_arabs_to_go_to_sch.htm

Hamas is an Israeli Shin Bet/MOSSAD setup. The Zionists love to make up 'bogus' enemies and/or set up, fund and maintain ones. They control both sides so they always know the outcome.

'The anti-semites shall be our best friends.'
Theodor Herzl, Founder of Zionism in 1897

If you choose Zionism and call yourself a Nationalst then you are part of the problem rather than part of the solution!

When the Jews first came for ....

'When the Jews first came for the holocaust deniers,
I remained silent;
For I did not ask questions and accepted the myth.

When they imprisoned the revisionists,
I remained silent;
For the media told me they were hate-mongers.

When they extradited the critics of Israel,
I remained silent;
For I feared being called anti-Semitic and losing my job.

When they murdered the nationalists,
I remained silent;
For I was taught to despise my own race.

When they arrested the patriots,
I remained silent;
For I trusted in Big Government and the European Union.

When they came for the Christians,
I remained silent;
For I rejected the divinity of Christ.

When they came for the opponents of the New World Order,
I remained silent;
For I was afraid of Satan.

When they came for me, I cried out in anguish and despair,
But there was no one left to help me.'
Mike James

Final Conflict said...

Incisive as ever BBE.

I think we should be careful though of writing off Hamas.

Sometimes nationalists fall into the trap of seeing the enemy as an all-controlling monolith.

That is what it wants to be.

That is its ultimate aim [the New World Order].

What it is is a many headed hydra, degenerate, corrupt, bankrupt and often fighting itself as much as its enemies.

Some historians and theologians have written that Islam was created by a Rabbi to act as a buffer to stop the hitherto spread of Christianity Eastwards and thus protect Babylonian Talmudic Judaism.

It would be ironic if the belief-system of the people firing rockets at Israel were created by a Rabbi: but we shouldn't wonder.

Look at Al Qaeda. This mythical powerful organisation is a CIA/Mossad front... but who's to say genuinely radical and dangerous people won't come from it's 'spheres' to really threaten Israel etc.?

Do these people turn to bite the hand that fed them?

In the film JFK it is mooted that Castro was CIA before they tried to bump him off.

Are the "all powerful" Masonic powers so busy creating bogeymen that they forget to control them?

The IRA were run through with British agents (steak-knife?) and so some would say they were a controlled opposition... but would Irish rebels claim to be fighting for "the Brits"?

The enemy likes to think it can control everything... and certainly tries to buy and bully its opponents.

But it is weak, cowardly, motivated by greed and ultimately bound to fail.

As Someone once said: "The Truth shall set you free" and they fear the Truth, hence the plethora of Holocaustian films and dramas, and the banning journalists from Gaza.

They know their grip is slipping: and it is up to Nationalists to make as much noise against Zionism as possible to make people realise that Israel IS a bandit, terrorist state.

Despite what their hired-hands over here say!

behind blue eyes said...

I sincerly hope you are righ tabout Hamas as any group that engages in the battle against the Zionist Talmudic dragon must be applauded, supported and encouraged.

Taken from the following article -
How Israel and the United States Helped to Bolster Hamas by Robert Dreyfuss

How was Hamas established?

Well, gosh, you know, you can go back, really 60 or 70 years. The Hamas organization is an outgrowth, really a formal outgrowth, of the Muslim Brotherhood, which was a transnational organization founded in Egypt, which established branches in the ‘30s and ‘40s in Jordan and Palestine and Syria and elsewhere. And the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood was founded by a man named Said Ramadan, actually the father of Tariq Ramadan, who you mentioned earlier. Said Ramadan was one of the founders of the Brotherhood, who was the son-in-law of its originator, Hassan al-Banna, and he established the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan and in Jerusalem in 1945. And it grew rapidly during the ‘40s and was, not surprisingly, a very conservative political Islamic Movement that had a lot of support from the Hashemite royal family of Jordan and from the king of Egypt.

This movement, as it began in the ‘40s and ‘50s, ran up against the emerging tide of Arab nationalism, and really the story of Hamas and the story of the Muslim Brotherhood is a continual battle for the last 50 years between Arab nationalists and the Arab left on one hand, and what I would call the Islamic right on the other hand. So the Hamas movement, as it grew out of the Muslim Brotherhood, found itself in the 1960s fighting Arab nationalism in all of these countries, including Egypt.

When Fatah was founded in late 1950s and began taking action against Israel in guerilla warfare in the mid-60s, Hamas was — or the Muslim Brotherhood was strongly opposed to Fatah. They grew out of the same movement. The Palestinian Fatah organization was founded really out of the League of Palestinian Students, that was a Muslim Brotherhood organization. But the nationalists broke away, and people like Khalil al-Wazir, and Salah Khalaf, and Yasser Arafat and the Hassan brothers, who founded Fatah, broke away from the Muslim Brotherhood in the late 1950s.

And by 1965, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt launched its second attempt to kill Nasser at precisely the same time that Nasser was supporting the Palestinian national movement and Fatah against Israel in the areas surrounding the Israeli borders on the Egyptian front. So the Egyptian authorities arrested a man and put him in jail in 1965, named Ahmed Yassin. Ahmed Yassin, of course, is the founder of Hamas. He was, in turn — we’ll get to the end of the story — was killed by Israel a couple of years ago. But in 1965, he was put in jail by the Egyptian authorities. And then, two years later, of course, when Israel occupied Gaza and the West Bank and, of course, the Sinai peninsula after the 1967 War, the Israelis released Ahmed Yassin and a number of other Muslim Brotherhood leaders.

And starting in 1967, the Israelis began to encourage or allow the Islamists in the Gaza and West Bank areas, among the Palestinian exiled population, to flourish. The statistics are really quite staggering. In Gaza, for instance, between 1967 and 1987, when Hamas was founded, the number of mosques tripled in Gaza from 200 to 600. And a lot of that came with money flowing from outside Gaza, from wealthy conservative Islamists in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere. But, of course, none of this could have happened without the Israelis casting an approving eye upon it.

And during these years, during that 20-year span, the Hamas organization was a bitter opponent of Palestinian nationalism, clashed repeatedly with the P.L.O. and with Fatah, of course, refused to participate in the P.L.O. umbrella. And just as during the ‘50s and ‘60s, the Muslim Brotherhood fought against the Nasserists, the Baath Party, the communists and the rest of the Arab left, in the 1970s and ‘80s, the Muslim Brotherhood fought against the Palestinian national movement. Now that’s not even a surprise, you know. In 1970, when the king of Jordan launched his massive counter-offensive against the Palestinians there in that event called Black September, the Muslim Brotherhood was a strong supporter of the king and actually backed his effort, which resulted in thousands of Palestinians killed in a virtual civil war in Jordan.

So there’s plenty of evidence that the Israeli intelligence services, especially Shin Bet and the military occupation authorities, encouraged the growth of the Muslim Brotherhood and the founding of Hamas. There are many examples and incidents of that. But there were armed clashes, of course, on Palestinian university campuses in the ‘70s and ‘80s, where Hamas would attack P.L.O., PFLP, PDFLP and other groups, with clubs and chains. This was before guns became prominent in the Occupied Territories.

Even that, however — there’s a very interesting and unexplained incident. Yassin was arrested in 1983 by the Israelis. On search of his home, they found a large cache of weapons. This would have been a fairly explosive event, but for unexplained reasons, a year later Yassin was quietly released from prison. He said at the time that the guns were being stockpiled not to fight the Israeli occupation authorities, but to fight other Palestinian factions.

That and other incidents gave rise to — a number of diplomats and intelligence people who I interviewed, saying that there was plenty of reason to think that the Israelis were fostering the growth of Hamas. And, of course, Yasser Arafat himself, in a famous quote to a newspaper reporter a number of years ago, explicitly described Hamas as, quote, “a creature of Israel.” And he said that he discussed this with Yitzhak Rabin during their Oslo process. And Rabin told Arafat that it was “a fatal error” for the Israelis to have encouraged the growth of Hamas. The theory of it, of course, was that Hamas would be a force against Palestinian nationalism. And I think it’s clear that it ended up, to a shocking degree, backfiring against overall Israeli policy.

What is evidently clear and undeniable is the fact that this latest incursion into the Gaza is a barbaric war crime using all manners of illegal weaponry. But hey, we don't respect Gentiles(Goyim) or their laws as we are 'The Divine Chosen Ones'!

What also is abundantly clear is that this latest sickening genocial Zionist butchery has been planned months in advance.

The Invasion of Gaza: "Operation Cast Lead", Part of a Broader Israeli Military-Intelligence Agenda -
http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=11606

Operation "Cast Lead": Israeli Air Force strike followed months of planning -
http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=11521

We must always turn a negative into a positive. This is as you say FC a perfect opportunity for people to start educating people on other matters such as the banking sytem, 9/11, The Lavon Affair, USS Liberty, The HoloHoax and 7/7 etc.

Final Conflict said...

That's most interesting.

There's little doubt that Nasser was one of - if not the! - most promising ever Arab Nationalist leaders!

He modelled his regime, ideology etc. closely on Mussolini - we have an unpublished manuscript on this very matter.

Nasserism is the closest thing to a "fascist" TP model ever to come out of the Arab lands.

As well as being a nationalist and opposed to Islamists per se, Nasser was also acutely aware of the need to bring the Arab nations together. I forget the details now, but these even took the form of a pan-national Arab union.

No doubt this was perceived to be a huge threat to Israel... and we all know how Israel and America felt about Nasser and the nationalisation of the Suez Canal: with the dreadful Zionist crime that was the Suez War.

Nasser helped found the PLO and inspired Arab nationalism throughout the Mid East.

He is a personality that European nationalists should read up on, be inspired by - and learn lessons from.

As for the Muslim Brotherhood, we should never forget that the CIA/Mossad/MI6 have used Muslim "terrorists" for their own ends - e.g. the MI6/Muslim attempt to assassinate Gaddaffy/Qathafi which resulted in innocent lives lost.

As with the founding of Iislam by a Rabbi as a bastardised creed of Judaism and Christianity (it could be described as a Priestless quasi-Judaic, Christian Heresy) groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood and the Afghan Mujahadeen are often promoted, funded, armed by the CIA/Mossad for short term aims or simply to stir things up in Arab lands... then they bite the hand that feeds!

No one, for example, could possibly claim thqat the 'Islamist' Hezbollah's victory over Israel in the recent war was 'planned' or part of a 'Jewish conspiracy' -- any more than the fact that Lebanese Christians flocked to support Hezbollah as the resistance movement to Israeli invasion and terror.

In that instance the Zionists' Chutzpah and arrogance led to a very distinct own goal.

At the time various BNP spokesmen either stayed quiet at the Israeli atrocities or openly sided with the Israelis... that's why we shouldn't be surprised at Griffin's mealy mouthed excuses and pro-israeli leanings in his statement viz the current conflict in Gaza.

The BNP, to its eternal shame, is now officially Zionist!

This is something many nationalists will not forgive or forget.

behind blue eyes said...

He was indeed a dangerous Arab Nationalist and was therefore a dangerous enemy of Zionist Talmudic Israel.

Nasser and Egypt were double crossed by the Soviet Union as a result of their secret agreement/pact with Israel.

The frightening thing is so many of the Middle Eastern Arab leaders and countries are now puppets of America and Israel.

Arab Collaborators Of Israel
By Joseph Massad
1-5-9

One is often baffled by the ironies of international relations and the alliances they foster. Take for example the Israeli colonial settlement that had declared war on the Palestinian people and several Arab countries since its inception while at the same time it built alliances with many Arab regimes and with Palestinian leaders.


While Hashemite-Zionist relations and Maronite Church-Zionist relations have always been known and documented, there has been less documentation of the services that Israel has provided and continues to provide to Arab regimes over the decades. It is now recognized that Israel's 1967 invasion of Egypt aimed successfully to destroy Gamal Abdul-Nasser, the enemy of all US dictatorial allies among the Arab regimes, whom the US and before it Britain and France had tried to topple since the 1950s but failed. Israel thus rendered a great service to Arab monarchies (and a few republics) from "the ocean to the Gulf," whose survival was threatened by Nasser and Nasserism. Israel's subsequent intervention in Jordan in 1970 to help the Jordanian army destroy Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) guerrillas and its final crushing of that organization in its massive invasions of Lebanon in 1978 and 1982 were also important services it rendered to these same regimes threatened by the PLO's "revolutionary" potential and its sometimes recalcitrant positions. Israeli intelligence has also provided over the decades crucial information to several Arab regimes enabling them to crush their political opposition and strengthen their dictatorial rule. Prominent examples among recipients of Israeli intelligence largesse include the Moroccan and the Omani dictatorships.

Israel's services to Arab regimes continue apace. Its 2006 invasion of Lebanon, engineered to destroy Hizballah, was cheered by Arab regimes and neoliberal Arab intellectuals hostile to Hizballah and employed exclusively by Saudi media outlets. Though the massive Israeli destruction of southern Lebanon and south Beirut and the massacres of more than a thousand Lebanese strengthened Hizballah and weakened Israel's military standing, the invasion was much appreciated by Israel's Arab allies. Indeed since 2006, Israel's Arab regime allies as well as neoliberal Arab intellectuals have been openly calling on it to neutralize the so-called Iranian "threat" for its own sake and at their behest as well. The US has seen this as an opportune moment to fully integrate Israel in the region, so much so that it signaled to its Gulf allies to make proposals for a new regional alliance that includes Israel in its midst. The Bahraini foreign minister suggested a few weeks ago that Israel join the Arab League. Many such proposals have already been made in the past few months welcoming the colonial settlement to the regional alliance against Iran.

Since 2006, Arab regimes, neoliberal Arab intellectuals, as well as the Palestinian Collaborationist Authority (PCA) in Ramallah have reached an understanding that only Israel will be able to save them from Hezbollah and Hamas, both organizations constituting a threat to the open alliance Arab regimes have with the US and Israel against Iran and all progressive forces in the region. These were not closely guarded secret hopes, but strategies that were openly discussed in private meetings, which often spilled into the public realm. The discussions in the Arab media and the declarations made by Israeli officials in the context of the ongoing Israeli massacres of the one and a half million Palestinians in Gaza in the last 10 days have left little to the imagination. A veritable open alliance now exists between the Palestinian Collaborationist Authority, Arab regimes, and Israel with the support of neoliberal Arab intellectuals, wherein Israel is subcontracted to decimate the Hamas government -- the only democratically elected government in the entire Arab world.

Here let us remember that Hamas was democratically elected in free elections and that its elected officials and members of parliament were kidnapped by the Israeli occupation and have been languishing in Israeli jails for years, and that the Palestinian Collaborationist Authority set their offices on fire, staged strikes against them, and signaled the PCA bureaucracy not to follow their orders. It was after all this failed to dislodge Hamas from power that the US, Israel, and the PCA staged a coup to massacre Hamas leaders in Gaza that backfired on them. The carnage unleashed by Israel in the last 10 days is the latest attempt by Israel to ensure that all Arabs and all Palestinians are ruled by dictators and never by democratically elected officials.

Many are wondering how the Arab regimes and the PCA can be so brazen in their "treachery" of the Palestinians. "Don't they fear being overthrown by the people?" is an oft-repeated question. The answer of course is a resounding "no." It is true that collaboration with Israel by Arab regimes is not new, and that what is new is merely their openness about it, but there is a perfectly good reason for this. In the 1940s and the 1950s, these regimes could not declare openly their alliance with Israel, as there were popular and international forces that would have removed them from power had they done so. Indeed, some at the time flirted with alliances that unofficially included Israel, like the Baghdad Pact, but they paid a heavy price for such collaboration. The Cold War, Third World revolutionism, Arab nationalism, the Soviet Union, China, Nasser, were all factors to be considered. While a few of these factors had remained when Egypt's Sadat declared his open alliance with the US and Israel in the late 1970s, none of these factors remains today. The US, Israel, and their major Arab allies have neutralized these forces one by one since 1967, opening the way for this brazen alliance between Israel and the Arab dictatorships, all of which are in the service of US interests in the region. These Arab regimes rule by terror and fear and have at their disposal the best secret police and repressive security apparatus that the US can train and equip and which oil money and US aid can buy.

When Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni was asked point blank by al-Jazeera's anchorman if Israel had an arrangement with Arab regimes to commit the Gaza massacres, she refused to answer and finally denied such an arrangement existed but could not help but affirm that there are those in the Arab world who "think" as Israel does and that Hamas is their enemy as it is the enemy of Israel. This is, incidentally, the same Tzipi Livni, who only a few weeks ago informed Palestinian citizens of Israel that she has slated them for denationalization and deportation to the Palestinian Bantustans once Israel and the international community grants these West Bank prisons the status of an independent Palestinian state enclosed within the apartheid wall. After her war on Palestinians in Gaza started last week, Livni declared that her war against the Palestinian people is not only about security but also about Israel's "values" which non-collaborator Palestinians (unlike the PCA) do not share. Livni is of course right. Unlike Livni and the Israeli leadership, whose ethnic-cleansing ideals and plans are to make Israel a purely Jewish state that is Palestinenser-rein, most Palestinians believe that they should remain present on their lands even and especially if this sullies the purity of a Jewish Israel.

Livni has also asserted that Israel's values are shared by the "free world" and by unfree Arab regimes that are allies of the "free world." We can add that her values are also shared by Saudi-funded neoliberal Arab intellectuals and by the leadership of the Palestinian Collaborationist Authority ensconced in the Green Zone of Ramallah. The civilized values of Israel are not unlike those espoused by the US in its ongoing wars against Arabs and Muslims, and are very much like European colonial values during the high age of colonialism and beyond. Livni and the Israeli leadership speak of human rights, democracy, peace, and justice as universal while applying them only to Jews and denying them especially to Palestinians. This is hardly an Israeli ruse. Let us remember the undying words of Frantz Fanon in this regard: "leave this Europe where they never tire of talking of man, yet murder men everywhere they find them, at the corner of every one of their own streets, in all the corners of the globe."

On the Palestinian front, the term of chief Palestinian collaborator and coup leader Mahmoud Abbas ends on 9 January. Israel hopes to extend his collaborationist rule as head of the PCA it set up through the Oslo agreement in 1993. While the thousands of dead and injured Palestinians are the main victims of this latest Israeli terrorist war, the major political loser in all this will be Abbas and his clique of collaborators. The test for Palestinian resistance now is to continue to refuse to grant Israel the right to conquer populations, to steal their land, to destroy their livelihoods, to imprison them in ghettos, and to starve them without being resisted.

The only constant in Palestinian lives for the last century of Zionist atrocities has been resistance to the Zionist project of erasing them from the face of the earth. While Zionism sought and recruited Arab and Palestinian collaborators since its inception in the hope of crushing Palestinian resistance, neither Israel nor any of its collaborators has been able to stop it. The lesson that Zionism has refused to learn, and still refuses to learn, is that the Palestinian yearning for freedom from the Zionist yoke cannot be extinguished no matter how barbaric Israel's crimes become. The Gaza Ghetto Uprising will mark both the latest chapter in Palestinian resistance to colonialism and the latest Israeli colonial brutality in a region whose peoples will never accept the legitimacy of a racist European colonial settlement in their midst.

Joseph Massad is associate professor of modern Arab politics and intellectual history at Columbia University in New York. The Article was published originally under the title Gaza Ghetto Uprising. Massad's references to the Jewish uprising are quite out of tune with the rest and apparently were necessitated by the Americans' obsession with holocaust stories. They are removed here, and can be seen in full on the Electronic Intifada site.

The BNP is now so Zionist each new member gets a Mel Phillips blow up doll, a Nick Griffin signed Yamulke, a Kosher Hannukah hamper, a Shin Bet badge and MOSSAD diary.

Anonymous said...

What a great coincidence that 'The Diary of Anne Frank' gets prime-time billing on BBC1 each evening as Zionism murders children as they sleep. Expect nothing from the political leaders from the moribund representative system, these men are prostitutes, selling their souls for a 'career' in politics. When one looks into a wound one finds maggots.

behind blue eyes said...

What did we expect from our fine courageous, upstanding and morally conscious politicians?

Well just like the Zionist stooge before him Mr Obama was on the golf course!

Speech given to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) June 4th of last year -

"I want you to know that today I'll be speaking from my heart, and as a true friend of Israel. And I know that when I visit with AIPAC, I am among friends. Good friends. Friends who share my strong commitment to make sure that the bond between the United States and Israel is unbreakable today, tomorrow and forever.

Our alliance is based on shared interests and shared values. Those who threaten Israel threaten us. Israel has always faced these threats on the front lines. And I will bring to the White House an unshakeable commitment to Israel's security."

Taken from the Conservative Friends of Israel site:-

“The Conservative Party is a true friend of Israel because we look at Israel and we see a democracy, we see a democracy that has a right to exist and a right to defend itself and that is a force for good in the world, and I want to say that as clearly as I possibly can.”
Rt Hon David Cameron MP, Leader of the Conservative Party, Conservative Party Conference, 3 October 2006

“The one message I have is that in the battle for liberal values, you cannot in any way, at any point establish a moral or a political equivalence between Israel, a State that is democratic with an independent rule of law, and a group like Hizbullah. Never,
not at any point.”

“All I would say is even in dealing with Israel we must remember that in the battle for the values that we stand for, for democracy against theocracy, for democratic liberal values against repression - Israel’s enemies are our enemies and this is a battle in which we all stand together or we will all fall divided.”
Dr Liam Fox MP, Shadow Defence Secretary, Conservative Party Conference, 3 October 2006

"I know from experience that I can rely on the members of CFI to put Israel's case... The Conservative Party has long been the home of some of Israel's most outstanding advocates. For that you have my deep appreciation and my thanks."
HE Zvi Heifetz, Ambassador of Israel, Conservative Party Conference, 3 October 2006

“Israel shares with Britain and the Conservative Party the values of independence, hard work, self reliance and a defence of citizens. Yet it is unfortunate or perhaps inevitable that with so many media and news stories, all we hear about is the negative. Israel has a lot to be proud of, despite these troubled times, despite the conflict with Hizbullah, Israel’s economy has shown an amazing amount of resilience and growth.”
Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP, Chief Whip, Conservative Party Conference, 3 October 2006

Gordon Brown has also been at pain to stress his Christian Zionist credentials. In a speech to the Labour Friends of Israel annual fundraising dinner in April 2007, quoted by the Israeli newspaper The Jerusalem Post, Brown described how his father, a Presbyterian preacher, had been a passionate supporter of Israel who had taken him to the racist Jews-only state at least twice a year for most of his adult life to show solidarity with the usurpers of Palestinian land. He said:

Many of you know my interest in Israel and in the Jewish community has been long-standing... My father was the chairman of the Church of Scotland's Israel Committee. Not only as I've described to some of you before did he make visits on almost two occasions a year for 20 years to Israel – but because of that, although Fife [Scotland], where I grew up, was a long way from Israel with no TV pictures to link us together – I had a very clear view from household slides and projectors about the history of Israel, about the trials and tribulations of the Jewish people, about the enormous suffering and loss during the Holocaust, as well as the extraordinary struggle that he described to me of people to create this magnificent homeland.

Indeed, Gordon Brown made a strong impression on his Zionist hosts. Jane Kennedy, chairwoman of Labour Friends of Israel, said:

I have always felt that Gordon Brown is instinctively a good friend of Israel and I look forward to working with him. The combination of Gordon as prime minister and Tony Blair as Quartet Middle East envoy is a really exciting prospect and gives real hope for progress in the Middle East peace process.

Agents of Satan and co-conspirators in genocide the lot of them!!!


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