Thursday, 31 July 2014

MH17 - Western media rushed to repeat government propaganda

On 21 July 2014, former Presidential candidate, Ron Paul, said this at his web site:
"Just days after the tragic crash of a Malaysian Airlines flight over eastern Ukraine, Western politicians and media joined together to gain the maximum propaganda value from the disaster.

It had to be Russia; it had to be Putin, they said. President Obama held a press conference to claim – even before an investigation – that it was pro-Russian rebels in the region who were responsible. His ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, did the same at the UN Security Council – just one day after the crash!"

"While western media outlets rush to repeat government propaganda on the event, there are a few things they will not report.

They will not report that the crisis in Ukraine started late last year, when EU and US-supported protesters plotted the overthrow of the elected Ukrainian president, Viktor Yanukovych. Without US-sponsored 'regime change,' it is unlikely that hundreds would have been killed in the unrest that followed. Nor would the Malaysian Airlines crash have happened.

The media has reported that the plane must have been shot down by Russian forces or Russian-backed separatists, because the missile that reportedly brought down the plane was Russian made. But they will not report that the Ukrainian government also uses the exact same Russian-made weapons.

They will not report that the post-coup government in Kiev has, according to OSCE monitors, killed 250 people in the breakaway Lugansk region since June, including 20 killed as government forces bombed the city center the day after the plane crash! Most of these are civilians and together they roughly equal the number killed in the plane crash. By contrast, Russia has killed no one in Ukraine, and the separatists have struck largely military, not civilian, targets.

They will not report that the US has strongly backed the Ukrainian government in these attacks on civilians, which a State Department spokeswoman called “measured and moderate.”

They will not report that neither Russia nor the separatists in eastern Ukraine have anything to gain but everything to lose by shooting down a passenger liner full of civilians.

They will not report that the Ukrainian government has much to gain by pinning the attack on Russia, and that the Ukrainian prime minister has already expressed his pleasure that Russia is being blamed for the attack.

They will not report that the missile that apparently shot down the plane was from a sophisticated surface-to-air missile system that requires a good deal of training that the separatists do not have.

They will not report that the separatists in eastern Ukraine have inflicted considerable losses on the Ukrainian government in the week before the plane was downed.

They will not report how similar this is to last summer’s US claim that the Assad government in Syria had used poison gas against civilians in Ghouta. Assad was also gaining the upper hand in his struggle with US-backed rebels and the US claimed that the attack came from Syrian government positions. Then, US claims led us to the brink of another war in the Middle East. At the last minute public opposition forced Obama to back down – and we have learned since then that US claims about the gas attack were false.

Of course it is entirely possible that the Obama administration and the US media has it right this time, and Russia or the separatists in eastern Ukraine either purposely or inadvertently shot down this aircraft. The real point is, it's very difficult to get accurate information so everybody engages in propaganda. At this point it would be unwise to say the Russians did it, the Ukrainian government did it, or the rebels did it. Is it so hard to simply demand a real investigation?"
In 2009, Ron Paul's, 'End the Fed', which, as you might imagine, advocates the abolition of the Federal Reserve, was published.

The Texas Congressman's book was popular, it reached number six on the New York Times Best Seller list. Here's something Ron says in 'End the Fed:'
“It is no coincidence that the century of total war coincided with the century of central banking.”
You should have a little think about that. Trust me, no wiser and more illuminating words have ever been spoken.

You should also consider the fact that it is very, very rare for members of the US Congress (and Senate) to criticise the Jew, however indirectly.

Since the Federal Reserve banking system was passed into law in 1913, every last Fed Res Chairman has been Jewish. Janet Yellen, the current incumbent and the first woman to hold the position, is also Jewish.

The next kid to be hurt will be yours!

The video below shows an Israeli mob in Tel a Viv celebrating the deaths of Palestinian children on 26 July 2014.

A partial translation of the chant gives us this:
“In Gaza there’s no studying, No children are left there, Olé, olé, olé-olé-olé.

Tomorrow there’s no school in Gaza, they don’t have any children left.”

The mob also condemns Knesset members, Ahmed Tibi and Haneen Zoabi, both of whom are Arabs and Israeli citizens, thus:
"Tibi – Ahmed Tibi I wanted you to know The next kid to be hurt will be your kid I hate Tibi I hate Tibi the terrorist. Tibi – is dead! Tibi – is dead! Tibi – is dead...

In Gaza there’s no studying No children are left there, Olé, olé, olé-olé-olé...

Zoabi, this here is the Land of Israel This here is the Land of Israel, Zoabi This here is the Land of the Jews I hate you, I do, Zoabi I hate all the Arabs...

Gaza is a graveyard! Gaza is a graveyard! Gaza is a graveyard! Gaza is a graveyard!"

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Telegenically dead Palestinians

On 20 July 2014, US Secretary of State, John Kerry, was seen saying this on CNN:
"Nobody, no human being can be comfortable with children being killed, but we're not comfortable with Israeli soldiers being killed either."
Midway through 30 July 2014, 1324 Palestinians had been killed and 52 Israeli soldiers. Most of the Palestinians who died were civilians, many of them women and children. The Israelis soldiers who died were invading Palestinian territory.

Hey, John would you feel more comfortable if none of the invaders had been killed? if the score sheet, for example, had been 1,324 - nil? You know, if America's favourite people had been allowed to butcher the innocent without anything in the way of retribution at all.

Not much moral equivalence between invaders killing 1,324 and defenders killing 52, John.

Not outside the asylum, there isn't.

Earlier that day, Israel's Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, was inteviewed by CNN's Wolf Blitzer.

During the interview, he said this:
“All civilian casualties are unintended by us, but actually intended by Hamas. They want to pile up as many civilian dead as they can, because somebody said they use, it’s gruesome, THEY USE TELEGENICALLY DEAD PALESTINIANS for their cause... The more dead the better.”
Is Netanyahu actually complaining here that the Palestinian dead look unpleasantly dead. To an exaggerated degree? I think he is. I mean, is he really so bound up in his tribal spin that he thinks we might possibly fall for such ridiculous not-us-Gov nonsense?

Thing is, though the mainstream media is still mostly onside, social media is all over this. Israel is losing the public relations war hands down and when you're forever having to dream up ways of excusing the inexcusable you're almost bound to spout b***ocks once in a while.

In New York's Daily Intelligencer, Benjamin Wallace-Wells hit the spot.

Responding to Netanyahu's puerile attempt to deflect blame for Israel's latest genocidal adventure, he said this:

"If Netanyahu is so bothered by how dead Palestinians look on television then he should stop killing so many of them."
Pertinently, Benjamin also said:
"Social media have helped allow us to see more deeply inside war zones, in this case, inside Gaza, and allowed viewers much fuller access to the terror that grips a population under military attack... The sheer imbalance in the human toll, in the numbers of dead, has been impossible to elide or ignore.

None of this is likely to change the politics of America's relationship with Israel. The U.S.'s support for Israel wasn't arrived at arbitrarily, and it has withstood some similarly ugly episodes in the past. Palestine is still ruled by ugly politics. But more subtly, I think the way the last two weeks have unfolded in the Western media has made it more difficult for Americans not personally invested in the conflict to simply assume that the Israelis are necessarily right.

There is a reason that apolitical celebrities like Dwight Howard and Rihanna were tweeting out messages of support for Palestine. They, like the rest of us, are seeing the Palestinians a little bit less as demagogues and terrorists and a little bit more as they see themselves, as ordinary people living in often impossible circumstances."
'They use telegenically dead Palestinians.'

Grotesque is not the word.

Ladies and gentlemen, in case you haven't noticed, the lunatics are no longer running the aforementioned asylum.

There out here with us, slaughtering the innocent in huge numbers.

They have been doing so for quite some time.


During the Wolf Blitzer interview, Netanyahu also said this:
"Hamas is using them, Palestinians, as human shields... Against such a cynical, brutal, heartless enemy, we try to minimize civilian casualties. We try to target the military targets."
On Wednesday 30 July Israel bombed a school in the UN-protected Jabaliya refugee camp where more than 3,000 displaced civilians had taken refuge.

At least 16 people, most of them children, were killed as they slept.

The BBC reported thus:
"Chris Gunness, a spokesman for the UN Relief and Works Agency told the BBC that Israel had been told 17 times that the school was housing displaced people, saying the attack caused 'universal shame."
Hey, Binyamin! You know this 'human shields' thing? 

Are the UN using children as human shields as well? I mean, the Jabaliya refugee camp is their baby.

And you know how you 'try to minimize civilian casualties?'

Try harder.

P.S. On the same day, a Gazan market was bombed. 17 people were killed.

Monday, 28 July 2014

Our government, our world, is not that interested

On 26 July 2014, Jon Snow, who had just returned from Gaza, said this on Channel 4:
“People who live in Gaza are… unbelievably young. The average age is 17. That means that about a quarter of a million are under 10… In a very densely packed urban area, if you decide to throw missiles, shells, and the rest, then undoubtedly you will kill children. And that is what they're doing…

In some way we actually share some responsibility… because for us it is no priority whatever to stop it. Our United Nations, our government, our world is not that interested…

We cannot let it go on.”

On 20 July, Snow, Channel 4’s lead presenter for many years, had previously tweeted this:
"If you strangle a people, deny them supply, for years, extreme reaction is inevitable. The one begets the other."
I don't like Jon Snow. He's as PC as they come (in 2010 he married Precious Lunga, a Zimbabwean woman 28 years his junior) and I've never seen him do anything other than sneer when interviewing a British Nationalist. Nigel Farage wouldn't describe himself as such but even he got the full anti-patriotic Monty when he was interviewed by the upper-crust establishment icon prior to the EU elections recently.

However, credit where credit is due. The darling of the left-wing intelligentsia gets it right here. In fact, the two media outlets in Britain that report the situation in Israel/Palestine most honestly would be, like Snow, the most leftward-leaning and PC as a rule. The Independent and The Guardian tell it as it is, minus the usual Zionist spin.

They, too, must be commended for this.

It's not so easy to get away with murder now

On 22 July 2014, Mira Bar-Hillel, the Property and Planning correspondent of The Evening Standard, said this in The Independent:
“Israel has discovered that it's no longer so easy to get away with murder in the age of social media All you now need is a mobile phone and a Twitter account to hold power to account, and help change history…

I arrived in Israel on Christmas Eve 2008, the date chosen by Israel to launch Operation Cast Lead, an attack to end all attacks on Gaza. The tanks rolled in, killing over 1,300 people, many of them women and children, and reducing their homes, schools and hospitals to rubble. But all I heard from the media was that some Israelis were very, very scared because a few primitive rockets were being sent from Gaza into southern Israel.

Reporters were not allowed into Gaza… so the 2008/9 massacre, which included use of the banned White Phosphorus, went un-witnessed and almost unreported. It also failed dismally in achieving its objective, as Hamas survived and the local population’s hatred of their arrogant oppressors burned as bright as the fires which consumed their homes.
But for the ‘international community’ it was ‘out of sight, out of mind.’ Business as usual.

What a difference a few years of developing technology can make. The Gaza atrocities are now being reported on a constant basis by eyewitnesses, be they professional correspondents representing major media organisations, or amateur locals under fire…

It is those devices which brought us heart-rending images – some too horrific to be shown on television – of children with their limbs or half a head blown off. Children covered in shrapnel wounds screaming for dead parents; surviving parents carrying tiny bodies…

This is the shape of wars to come… Historians will finally have both sides’ stories to work from, and the evidence with which to back up their words…
But far more importantly, aggressors will have to live with the consequences of their acts, unable to hide behind hollow rhetoric. Because the Israelis had and have nothing with which to balance those images of bloodied, mangled little corpses in Gaza…

Mass protests marches from California to Chile are taking their toll… The Israeli army is getting more resistance online than on the ground. It’s not used to it and cannot cope.”
Very well said, Mira.

Fingers crossed you’re right about the butchers not being able to cope.

Previously in the 17 July edition of The Independent, Mira had reported thus:
“As a child growing up in Israel, I saw how Palestinians became increasingly dehumanised… Over the past decade we have had “Operation Cast Lead” (2008/9) in which illegal white phosphorus was employed, 1,400 Gazan civilians were killed including one family whose children bled to death on the roof because Israeli aircraft prevented their evacuation. The Israelis lost 11 soldiers.
In “Operation Pillar of Smoke”, (2012) hundreds more Palestinians died.
As far as Israel is concerned, the only change since then (apart from people like the woman who today tweeted that killing Arabs ‘gives me orgasms’) has been that between each attack Hamas’s rockets have increased their range. They are still little more than toys compared with Israel’s smart bombs and heavy artillery and – yes! – nukes, not to mention the sophisticated anti-rocket devices, sirens and shelters which help protect the Israeli population. But they allow Israel to remain, in its own eyes and those of its blinkered backers, always the victim.

Why do Israelis feel like this about people they have only ever overpowered? Growing up in Jerusalem in the 1950s and 60s, I was vaguely aware that we lived in close proximity to ‘The Arabs’… but they might as well have been on another planet. Instead of teaching Arabic as a second language in all schools, to enable us to communicate with our near neighbours, we were taught English, French and even Latin. The only demand for Arabic came from blokes who were looking for a career in military intelligence.

Importantly, back then there were virtually no rockets, no bus explosions, no suicide bombers. But also no respect. The Arabs were not like us, refined Western Jews who went to philharmonic concerts and competed in the Eurovision. They were dirty, smelly, incomprehensible, mildly dangerous, not to be associated with whatsoever. The ones living in Israel were shunned…

It is a short step from that attitude to the de-humanisation of the Palestinians, which is now ubiquitous. And if they’re not quite human, then... well, just look at the news.”
On 11 July 2014, Mira’s essay, ‘Why I'm on the brink of burning my Israeli passport’ appeared in The Independent:

This said:

“She is young. She is pretty. She is a university graduate and a computer engineer. She is also an Israeli Parliamentarian - and the reason why I am on the brink of burning my Israeli passport… Ayelet Shaked represents the far-right Jewish Home party in the Knesset. This means she is well to the right of Benyamin Netanyahu, just in case you thought such a thing was not possible.

On Monday she quoted this on her Facebook page: ‘Behind every terrorist stand dozens of men and women, without whom he could not engage in terrorism. They are all enemy combatants, and their blood shall be on all their heads. Now this also includes the mothers of the martyrs, who send them to hell with flowers and kisses. They should follow their sons, nothing would be more just. They should go, as should the physical homes in which they raised the snakes. Otherwise, more little snakes will be raised there.’
A week earlier, just before 17-year-old Mohammed Abu Khudair was snatched and burned alive, Shaked wrote: ‘This is not a war against terror, and not a war against extremists, and not even a war against the Palestinian Authority. The reality is that this is a war between two people. Who is the enemy? The Palestinian people’…
So even before the boy died horribly she declared him to be the enemy, and afterwards, without any apparent hint of guilt or remorse, she was calling for the deaths of innocent women and their unborn babies…

Today’s Israelis are no longer the victims but the perpetrators of the current crisis… It is Israel which has the tanks, bombers, artillery, nuclear warheads and missile defences of Goliath, while ordinary Gazans had nothing a week ago and even less today, as even hospitals and schools were bombed.

Shaked got what she wanted: the death toll in Gaza is nearing 100, one in four being children. Hundreds more have serious injuries in a place where hospitals have also been bombed and medical essentials are running out.

In Israel, in spite of Hamas’s best efforts, not one death has been recorded, nor any serious injuries, although a wedding party was disrupted and got on the television news.
And, as the bombs rain on Gaza, Israeli teens have taken to tweeting scantily-clad selfies alongside their political sentiments.

In two now deleted tweets, one wrote ‘Death to all of you Arabs you transfag,’ while another proclaimed ‘Arabs may you be paralyzed & die with great suffering!’

‘Another teen simply tweeted ‘Death to these f****** Arabs,’ and attached a photo of themselves pouting alongside it.

Seeing these angelic faces of evil spouting such genocidal rhetoric, I pick up my Israeli passport and a box of matches.

‘Not in my name, people. Not in my name’!”
In the 8 July 2014 edition of The Independent, Mira reported thus:
“What makes young people snatch a stranger their own age, beat him up, force petrol down his throat before setting him on fire? And what makes officers of the law hide their faces, snatch a slight 15-year-old and beat him senseless? And then the police refuse him medical attention until they discover – to their horror - that he is actually an American?

Israel was… born during the War of Independence in 1948, which reset the 1947 borders agreed by the UN and displaced hundreds of thousands of Arabs who became the Palestinian refugees.

The Suez campaign of 1956 hardly affected the civilian population, but the Six Day War in June 1967 did, and continues to do so. Its result was the conquest, by Israel, of the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Golan Heights, along with all those refugees.

Victory soon turned into a sense of smug invincibility. Shimon Peres, now Israel’s nonagenarian President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, was the Daddy of the Settlements in the late sixties. He enabled, encouraged and funded small groups of zealots to settle in land illegally occupied in that war…
(In June) Major Ahron Bregman of the Israeli Defense Forces… published his latest book. Its title, Cursed Victory, says it all. Although only nine years old in 1967, his insight into the tragedy of Israel after the Six Day War is impeccable… Within less than a generation of the Jewish Holocaust it began oppressing, persecuting and de-humanising the non-Jewish natives of the occupied territories with predictably bloody results.

Importantly, the book sheds light on the Israeli/USA relationship, portraying a cheeky tail vigorously wagging a massive and powerful dog.

Putting Israel in the driving seat resulted in the failure of all peace initiatives from Clinton/Albright to Obama/Kerry 15 years later…

Kerry could have written the same letter in April of this year, but was reduced to expressing his frustration with Israel timidly, in the face of an overwhelmingly pro-Israel Congress and Republicans funded by billionaire casino Zionist, Sheldon Adelson.
All the woes of the region since 1967 were caused by one thing: the illegal occupation of Palestinian land by Israel, and the USA’s decades-long support for it and its consequences.

Hanging on to the territories has become Israel’s be all and end all, and the US has been left impotent even in the face of one of its own citizens being brutalised by its ‘strongest ally’ this weekend.”
Mira is herself, as you might have guessed, Jewish.

There are lots of honest Jewish truth-tellers abroad in our world trying to get the message out to the rest of us. Perhaps the best and most illustrative example of this is the Jewish S.H.I.T. List. Some Zionist wag (or bunch of same), whose views, I hope, the rest of us would not share, compiled the list. It has around 8,000 names on it and denotes both the concern of huge numbers of Jewish folk at the brute doings of the global elite, particularly the many Zionist Jews within that elite, and the distaste for the 8,000 felt by the S.H.I.T. List’s compilers and their sponsors.

Take a look. There are many more Mira bar-Hillels, Ahron Bregmans and S.H.I.T. List worthies out there than the Jews, Binyamin Netanyahu, Shimon Peres, Ayelet Shaked, Madeleine Albright and Sheldon Adelson, the half-Jew John Kerry, the Gentiles, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama and the rest of the bought politicians, media moguls, international financiers and the on-message, up-the-greasy-pole careerists of the western world would have you realise.

Unfortunately, having gone looking for it, I find the site has disappeared! However, some thoughtful person did take a snapshot of the first few pages. This should give you and idea.

As should this.

And this.

Sunday, 27 July 2014

If this was anybody else but Israel the West would intervene!

On 25 July 2014, the footballer Joey Barton tweeted thus:
"The attack on the school in Beit Hanoun is deplorable. #StopKillingChildrenInGaza.”
A little later, he added this:
“If this was anybody else but Israel the West would intervene. It cannot continue. Innocent children being slaughtered. This must stop."
Five minutes after this, Joey’s former Queen’s Park Rangers team mate, Israeli Yossi Benayoun replied:

“mate things can never changed (sic) you have been stupid and you will stay stupid all your life..embarrassing.”
Joey responded:
1) “Firstly, you cannot call somebody stupid with such bad grammar. Secondly, you cannot and should not kill innocent children.”
2) “Thirdly, you cannot remove people from their land because a fictional book from thousands of years ago tells you can.”
3) “Last but not least, I hope you and your family are safe and well and remain so through this terrible time. xx”
Later, Joey added:
"How can a God stand by and watch this? Or even condone this? Is this all part of his master plan?"
"The UN attempting to evacuate the school when the bombing took place? Asked IDF for window to evacuate. Not given. Children die as a result."
“This is not war. These are not combatants. They are just innocent children. This is ethnic cleansing.”
Pretty courageous here, Joey. Don’t see many other celebs putting their balls on the rail like this.

Updates to Joey's timeline can be found here.

The reaction to Joey’s intervention was generally positive.

Here are the tweets found at the top of pile when I looked.
Carole ‏@CaroleHK - 2m – “Joey Barton makes sense (for once) and I totally agree with him."
Rashad ‏@Mourinholic - 17m – “Out of thousands of professional footballers, only Joey Barton and Mario Balotelli had the courage to speak the truth.”
Fahim Herrera ‏@FAHIIM_MUFC - 25m - “Joey Barton preaching nothing but the truth.”
gilles ‏@gillesoffthenet 27m - "Can't wait for Joey Barton to compare Israel & Palestine to two ugly birds scrapping in a nightclub."
Chelsea is our name ‏@OurNameIsChels - 31m – “For the first time in history, more people agree with Joey Barton than not.”
John Sheridan EDL ‏@JSEDL0 - 33m - “Joey barton and george galloway should get a civil partnership the lefty scumbags totally deluded pricks.”
James Whittaker ‏@northstokie - 51m – “Joey Barton, saving the world from his armchair one tweet at a time...”
Michala Rudman ‏@MichalaRudman 1h - “I appreciate Joey Barton for taking a humanitarian stance on #gaza & applaud him for not deleting tweets as other high profile people did..”
El-Hajj Muhsin X ‏@MuhsinBashir 2h - “Barton? Wow! @nazrinredza: Mad respect for Joey Barton for standing up for Palestine against Yossi Benayoun.”
SportsBettingOnline ‏@SBOpicks - 4h - “Joey Barton makes sense and sounds reasonable?! Yep it's true!”
Jokes Sepakbola ‏@JokesSepakbola - 5h - “Joey Barton. #massiverespect.”
Soccer Memes ‏@FBSoccerMemes - 5h - “In case you missed it, Joey Barton and Yossi Benayoun get into a HUGE Twitter fight over the Gaza conflict.”
Arsenefaithful @Arsenefaithful - “@Joey7Barton You don't know the facts. You have no opinion. Your right to freedom of speech should be revoked. #JoeyBarton #foolish.”
Tony Dortie @TonyDortie - “Joey Barton / Ballers talking Politics right up there wiv Glamour Models Lecturing on Quantum.”
Anyway, good for you, Joey.

Some Muslims misbehave terribly in this country and elsewhere. Playing the paedophile with our little girls, hate preachers, terrorism, drugs and ethnic cleansing here and the ISIS Jihadis in Iraq and Syria don’t give one much cause to celebrate the followers of Muhammad.

Even when they’re relatively peaceable, they’re moving into our neighbourhoods, laying down the law when they get there and ethnically cleansing us out of our own ancient stamping grounds.

They're also out-breeding us at a rate of knots.

All of which has been officially encouraged by bought-and-paid for politicians and the PC Crowd for more than fifty years. Enrichment by and inclusion of such folk have been traitor watchwords from before most of us were born.

Resentment of these institutionally promoted folk has caused some who imagine themselves to be patriots to take the part of the butcher in Palestine. The lack of sophistication and mindset of these can be appalling.

It doesn’t seem to occur to them that those who, since 1948, (and before) made life hell for the Palestinians, are to be found p***ing in the same pot as those who disenfranchised us here.

Think on this, you who don’t have a problem with the slaughter of women and children, as long as the slaughtered are Muslim and the slaughterers are Israeli: the race laws in this country have borne down upon the British people way more than ever they have upon the Muslim.

Muslims now run more than a hundred thousand commercial outlets, restaurants, corner shops and the like in this country. Very, very few patriots would disagree with the proposition that our politicians have been putting them a long way ahead of us for a very long time now.

And yet, where is the condemnation of those who are slaughtering their pets in Palestine? It’s almost non-existent, isn’t it? At the top level the mealy-mouthed hand-wringer rules.

Palestinian fireworks are morally equivalent to F111 war planes, tanks, drones, helicopter gunships, off-shore warships and the A-bomb. And 38 dead Israelis is as worthy of Westminster condemnation as 1,000+ dead Palestinians.

That’s what the craven, middle-of-the-road diplomacy of the top politician seems to suggest.

Anyway, that’s whom the 'patriot' supports when he sneers at the suffering of Palestinian Muslims who never did him any harm. Our politicians. Those who stole our world and gave it away to the Muslim, amongst many others.

Who prompted our politicians to do this? Whose demands made it all happen? Was it the Muslim? Was it the ‘others’ who insisted our world be forfeited to them?

No. What has happened here over the course of the last 66 years came about primarily as a result of the machination of one small sub-group. Representatives of just 0.5 per cent of the British population betrayed the remainder with a passion.

Check it out.

Are all you snarling ‘patriots’ quite so content to side with such Machiavellians now?

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Israel prefers a state of permanent war

On 24 July 2014, former editor of The Daily Telegraph and The Evening Standard, Sir Max Hastings, said this in The Daily Mail:
“For each Israeli killed, the lives of many times that number of Palestinians are forfeit. A historian friend, himself a Jew and an uncommonly astute observer of the world, said to me a while back: ‘Consciously or unconsciously, Israel has decided that it prefers a state of permanent war to making the concessions to the Palestinians that would be indispensable to any chance of peace’…

Since the assassination of prime minister Yitzhak Rabin by a Jewish fanatic back in 1995, no Jerusalem government has pursued a serious political strategy for peace. The security forces have simply been left to impose varying degrees of repression, while Jewish settlers grab ever-larger areas of the West Bank and Jerusalem. In a remarkable moment of frankness, one former Shin Bet chief said: ‘Occupation has made us a cruel people’…

Israelis, confident that they can defeat any Arab military threat, bolstered by almost unqualified U.S. support, assume that they can persist indefinitely with the creeping annexation of the West Bank, and the subjection of Gaza. Uglinesses have mounted steadily since the early Seventies, when the Israeli Army merely demolished Palestinian orange groves to improve its fields of fire…

I have… watched the soldiers of the Israeli Army that I once loved disport themselves among the Palestinians like other arrogant occupiers through the ages, displaying at best casual rudeness, at worst murderous brutality.
Israel aspires to exploit its military dominance to create irreversible facts on the ground in the West Bank and Jerusalem, heedless of Palestinian rights. 
Ahron Bregman, the Israeli whose history of the Occupation I mentioned above, now lives and works in London rather than in his homeland. He ends his book by saying that all successful imperialist powers have sought to persuade subject peoples to work with them, allowing them to gain some advantage despite being conquered.

Israel… treats the Palestinians merely as tiresome blots on a landscape that many Israelis believe is rightfully Jewish anyway.”
No equivocation here. ‘Israel treats the Palestinians merely as tiresome blots on a landscape.’

Now let’s take a look at what Sir Max was saying in The Guardian on 11 March 2004:
“It is impossible to doubt that genuine anti-Semitism… is resurgent in Europe and even, in some circles, becoming respectable. A few years ago, my wife and I found ourselves at a dinner party that included several Austrian guests. Mischievously, I asked a female member of the Vienna government sitting opposite me how her country was coping with the Nazi embarrassments of its president, Kurt Waldheim. 
She stiffened. ‘President Waldheim is a fine and good man, who has been grossly traduced by a conspiracy of Jews,’ she said severely. 
Her husband interjected: ‘My father always told me that most of the things the Jews say about the war are lies.’

Our English host added supportively: ‘Jews cause most of the trouble in the world, what?’

At this point, the Hastingses departed without explanation. In the car, still shaking with rage, my wife said: ‘They weren't just pretending to be anti-Semitic, were they? They were the real thing.’ It is rare to encounter such unashamed malevolence at a modern English dinner table, and thus all the more shocking when it happens.

Before the second world war, such sentiments were commonplace, not least in the ‘Clubland Hero’ thrillers of Buchan, Sapper and Dornford Yates. ‘Bolshevik Jews’ were responsible for many of the villainous conspiracies frustrated by Richard Hannay, Bulldog Drummond and Jonah Mansell, before they gave the culprits a good flogging…

As late as September 1944, a Foreign Office official named Arminius Dew minuted: ‘In my opinion, a disproportionate amount of the time of the Office is wasted on dealing with these wailing Jews’…

Five years ago, when I was editing the Evening Standard, the Board of Deputies of British Jews asked to send a delegation to my office to protest at our coverage of the Middle East. I refused, saying that I would meet at any time to discuss matters pertaining to British Jews, but that Israeli affairs were the province of the Israeli ambassador.

A month or so later, I was lunching with Vere Rothermere, then chairman of the family newspaper company. ‘I had a visit on your account yesterday,’ he said with a quixotic grin. ‘From the Board of Deputies. They said you wouldn't see them. They say you are anti-semitic. They warned me that the Israeli Likud wants to organise a boycott of the Evening Standard.’

I asked how he had responded. ‘I told them that such a boycott would be a very good story for the Standard,’ said Lord Rothermere…

In general, across the British media, managerial attitudes are less robust. Several proprietors are fervent Zionists, while rather more take the cynical view that the Middle East is an intractable issue… Given the ferocity with which some Jewish readers respond to criticism of Israel, many executives perceive sceptical coverage of Israel's excesses as more trouble than it is worth.

In this country, only the Guardian and Independent deal thoroughly with what is taking place, and display real sympathy for the plight of the Palestinians. Elsewhere a lot of space is given to apologias for Israeli conduct, some of which reveal a contempt for Palestinian human rights that invites the most baleful of historical comparisons…

I reply to every reader's letter accusing me of anti-Semitism… Often, they seem to demand that the behaviour of Israel should be judged by a special standard, that allows the likes of Sharon and Netanyahu a special quota of excesses, in compensation for past sufferings.

For many years, Israelis in debating difficulties have played a decisive trump: 'You have no right to criticise our actions, because of the Holocaust.' Ruthless exploitation of the Holocaust card has been successful in deflecting much international criticism…
In much of the world, including Europe, a huge head of steam is building against Israeli behaviour.

More than a few governments are cooperating less than wholeheartedly with America's war on terror because they are unwilling to be associated with what they see as an unholy alliance of the Sharon and Bush governments. One of Germany's most distinguished postwar leaders expressed to me a few months ago his frustration that, as a German, he is unable to vent his feelings about the wickedness of what is being done in Israel's name…

It is ironic that Israel's domestic critics - former intelligence chiefs and serving fighter pilots - have shown themselves much braver than overseas Jews. If Israel persists with its current policies, and Jewish lobbies around the world continue to express solidarity with repression of the Palestinians, then genuine anti-semitism is bound to increase…

The Israeli government's behaviour to the Palestinians breeds a despair that finds its only outlet in terrorism.”
Knowing what he knows and seeing things as clearly as he does, it makes you wonder why ‘the Hastingses departed without explanation’ back in the day, doesn’t it? 

And why his wife was ‘shaking with rage.’

On 23 April 2000, The Observer provided the explanation:
“Hastings has always been passionately pro-Jewish, long before he married his present wife, Penny, who is Jewish. He often says the world should be run by women and Jews.”
Max Hastings is one of many upper-crust commentators who have given Israel and the Jews a thousand light years too much rope over the decades. The Gazans pay the price of this barely explicable naivety.

As, do we.

Hastings’ little episode with the Board of Deputies of British Jews might have alerted him to the paranoid and aggressive nature of Jewish exceptionalism. But such folk really do judge the Jew ‘by a special standard,’ don't they? And so we get the elite representatives of just 0.05 per cent of the British population calling for and helping to shape law that has borne down dramatically on the majority.

Such know-better enablers might sneer at and condemn the warnings implicit in ‘thrillers of Buchan, Sapper and Dornford Yates,’ yet some of these, like Sir Max, are historians. They must have known that ‘Bolshevik Jews’ were actually ‘responsible’ for much that was wrong in the real, as well as the fictitious, world.

And yet the ‘wailing Jews’ were always pandered to.

So they did what they did, they do what they do and they will carry on doing it until they’re stopped. We thank Max Hastings for waking up to the actuality and his current contribution to the debate but, trust me, it won’t ever be a bloke who used to say the world should be ‘run by women (like his wife?) and Jews’ who does the stopping.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

They are all enemy combatants

You know how we’re always supposed to think of the Jews as eternal victims who never did any harm to anyone?

Well, perhaps you better check this out:

On 1 July 2014, Member of the Israeli Knesset and Chair of the Jewish Home Party, Ayelet Shaked, posted this on her Facebook page:
“This is an article by the late Uri Elitzur, which was written 12 years ago… It is as relevant today as it was at the time. ‘The Palestinian people has declared war on us, and we must respond with war… This is a war between two people. Who is the enemy? The Palestinian people…

What’s so horrifying about understanding that the entire Palestinian people is the enemy?… In wars the enemy is usually an entire people, including its elderly and its women, its cities and its villages, its property and its infrastructure…

Behind every terrorist stand dozens of men and women, without whom he could not engage in terrorism… They are all enemy combatants, and their blood shall be on all their heads. Now this also includes the mothers of the martyrs, who send them to hell with flowers and kisses. They should follow their sons, nothing would be more just. They should go, as should the physical homes in which they raised the snakes. Otherwise, more little snakes will be raised there.”
Uri Elitzur, to whom Ms Shaked refers, was leader of the settler movement and a speechwriter and close advisor to Benjamin Netanyahu. Anyway, here we have a member of the Israel Knesset advocating the slaughter of ‘an entire people… its elderly and its women, its cities and its villages, its property and its infrastructure.’ Not forgetting ‘the mothers,’ who, apparently, are responsible for raising a lot of those oh-so-treadable-upon ‘little snakes.’

And the Jewish MP in question isn’t exactly the gnarled, old, insurrectionary snarler of King David Hotel days, is she? She’s a pretty, young woman, intelligent and capable enough to have made it into the Knesset at 36.

This is what the Talmud breeds, ladies and gentlemen. Here is the Jew that has, anually, throughout the millennia, celebrated the massacre of Haman and his many innocent followers, on the feast of Purim. Here is the casual Israeli slaughterer in all her misbegotten glory. The psychopath unchained and in command.

Here’s another psychopath. 

Perhaps this one took the sentiments Ms Shaked identifies with here to heart and then gaily carried them out on the devastated streets of Gaza.

So, an unarmed civilian searching for loved ones amongst the rubble of his neighbourhood, alongside some very recognisable non-combatant civil defence volunteers looking for casualties, is shot by a sniper. Then, as he lies there, he is shot again. And then again.

I guess this is what Uri Elitzur and his Knesset groupie, Ayalet Shaked, were thinking of when they spoke of ‘enemy combatants’ whose ‘blood shall be on all their heads.’

Just in case you’re about to call me anti-Semitic (this old, much-favoured bogey world was invented as far back as 1867 by one Moritz Steinschneider), here’s a word from a Jewish gent I like a lot.

On 3 June 2014, syndictaed columnist and radio host, Stephen Lendman, applauded the newly formed Palestinian unity government at his blog:
“It's official. Its called ‘national reconciliation government.’ On Monday, Palestinian ministers were ceremonially sworn in… After Monday's swearing in ceremony, (Mahmoud) Abbas said:

‘Today, with the formation of a national consensus government, we announce the end of a Palestinian division that has greatly damaged our national case. This black page in the history has been turned forever, and we will not allow it to come back’…

Hamas leader Israel Haniyeh called Palestinian unity ‘historic.’ Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri praised ‘national consensus government, which represents all the Palestinian people.’

Netanyahu didn't surprise. His comments turned truth on its head. ‘Abbas said yes to terror, not peace,’ he claimed. ‘It is the direct continuation of policy to refuse peace, while Israel has made courageous and painful steps for the political process and remains committed to peace…

Hamas leaders have reiterated their commitment to terrorism and the destruction of Israel. The agreement with Hamas transfers to Abbas direct responsibility for terrorism from Gaza’…

Israel's security cabinet vowed to hold PA officials responsible for Gazan rocket fire. It's virtually never preemptive. It follows Israeli air, ground and/or sea attacks. It's legitimate self-defense. Israel calls it terrorism…

National reconciliation government followed heavy Arab pressure. Most Palestinians support it. So do most Western leaders. Israel ‘invested great effort in foiling diplomatic negotiations,’ said Haaretz (Israeli daily newspaper) editors…

Its ‘refusal to recognize this government is liable to portray it once again as the party refusing to give the diplomatic channel a chance… If Israel had recognized the Palestinian government that was elected in 2006, or had cooperated with the Palestinian unity government that was established afterward, we would have been spared numerous casualties on both sides,’ they added…

ISRAEL DEPLORES PEACE AND STABILITY. SO DOES WASHINGTON. Rogue states operate this way. They risk regional conflicts. Perhaps global war. Extremist policies head inexorably toward igniting it…

ENEMIES ARE INVENTED WHEN NONE EXIST. Advancing imperial priorities matters most. Doing so involves eliminating all rivals. War on humanity follows. Doing so risks destroying it altogether. LUNATICS INFEST WASHINGTON AND ISRAEL. They risk the unthinkable. They do it mindlessly. They do it recklessly.

Palestinian unity is a chance for a new direction. Disrupting it risks the worst of all possible outcomes.” 
Professor Emeritus of international law at Princeton University, Richard Falk, whom I also respect, said this when interviewed recently:
"ISRAEL PERIODICALLY 'MOWS THE GRASS' in Gaza as one right-wing Israeli advisor to Sharon distastefully expressed THE GOAL OF ISRAEL POLICY TOWARD GAZA several years ago. There were factors present in the context of this Israeli attack that help explain why now.

The main two factors in my view were THE UNWELCOME ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INTERIM 'UNITY GOVERNMENT' ON JUNE 2 BY THE LEADERSHIP OF FATAH AND HAMAS, which undermined the Israeli approach of keeping the governing authorities in the West Bank and Gaza AS DIVIDED AS POSSIBLE.

The second element was Israel's strong incentive to weaken Hamas in the West Bank so that Israel could justify its moves in April to end direct negotiations with the Palestinian Authority and move ever closer to INCORPORATING THE WEST BANK, OR MOST OF IT INTO ISRAEL, AND FULFILL THE EXPANSIONIST ZIONIST DREAM to move beyond the 1967 borders.

The June 12 kidnapping incident involving the three teenage settler children from the Gush Etzion settlement near Jerusalem provided the Netanyahu government with the pretext it needed to mount an anti-Hamas campaign that started as a supposed hunt for the perpetrators, detaining up to 500 suspected of a Hamas connection and generally imposing a variety of oppressive measures, including house demolition, lockdowns of Palestinian towns, and random violence that led to six Palestinian deaths.

As has been shown, THE INCIDENT WAS MANIPULATED IN A MOST CYNICAL FASHION BY THE GOVERNMENT pretending to search for the kidnapped youth, while knowing that they were already dead, using public anxiety and anger to incite the Israeli citizenry to justify the oppressive tactics of the government and to create an atmosphere of vigilante vengeance."
 Here is the real reason for the latest Israeli slaughterfest.

Netanyahu et al just cannot abide it when their ‘divide and conquer’ strategy comes unstuck. To see those they have marked down as their enemies united is anathema.

Gaza is being destroyed (again) as both a punishment of Hamas and the Gazan people and a warning to Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinians of the West Bank. 'Unity with your kinfolk is verboten! If you do not disassociate yourselves from these you can expect the same treatment!'

As Ayelet Shaked says,

‘This is a war between two people,’ one of which is armed with F111 warplanes, helicopter gunships, tanks, drones and the A-Bomb, whist the other must make do with fireworks.
“They risk the unthinkable. They do it mindlessly!”
The unthinkable is thought when the mindless headcase thinks it. On a global scale the unthinkable is now so often acted upon because, in the corridors of elite, supranational power, lunacy of the most demoniacally vainglorious kind, is now institutionalised.

Ayelet Shaked’s exhortation to make war upon ‘an entire people’ has since been removed from her Facebook page.

But not before it had received more than 1,000 likes.

Sunday, 20 July 2014

Janner failed to answer - then and now

Since Jimmy Savile’s predatory behaviours became widely known, proof of paedophilia at the highest levels has emerged from the media cesspit. 

Stuart Hall, Rolf Harris and publicist, Max Clifford, are all now in jail. Latterly rumours of even more outrageous and long-standing perversion have been echoing around the corridors of power.

I wonder, when did you become aware of all this? Wikipedia says:
“In October 2012, almost a year after his death, an ITV documentary examined claims of sexual abuse by Savile and led to extensive media coverage and a substantial and rapidly growing body of witness statements and sexual abuse claims, including accusations against public bodies for covering up or failure of duty.”
Unless, you were directly affected by Savile and co., or you were a part of a small body of whistleblowers intent on having the truth told, most of you will have been oblivious to the sordid nature of some of the most powerful celebrities in the land until then.

Wikipedia also says this about former Lib Dem MP, Cyril Smith:
“In May 1979, a local underground magazine, the Rochdale Alternative Press, alleged that in the 1960s Smith had spanked and sexually abused teenage boys in a hostel he co-founded. The matter was investigated by the police but Smith was not prosecuted. 
The story was repeated in the same month by the satirical magazine Private Eye… 

The Press Office of the then leader of the Liberal Party, Sir David Steel, at the time (1979) in a 'Lib–Lab pact' with James Callaghan, commented: ‘All he seems to have done is spanked a few bare bottoms.’ 
In November 2012, speaking in the House of Commons, Simon Danczuk, the Labour MP for Rochdale, Smith's old seat, called for an inquiry into the alleged abuse.”
It is interesting and perhaps instructive to note that, despite Simon and the ITV documentary getting stuck into the bad guys less than a month apart, attention has been focused four square upon media celebrity and the corridors of parliamentary power have been left relatively unexposed to the glare of intrusive publicity.

Indeed, Sir Greville Janner, at the pinnacle of Jewish affairs and politics for many years in this country, was recently allowed to claim dementia as a defence against prosection! On 9 July 2014, The Daily Mirror told us this:
"A Labour peer facing more than 20 allegations of historical child abuse looks set to avoid prosecution after doctors said he was unfit to be quizzed because he has dementia. The member of the House of Lords will not be interviewed or arrested by police investigating the alleged sexual assaults, which include claims of rape, on vulnerable boys in children’s homes.”
No doubt the parliamentary brotherhood will be playing a whole host of similar get out of jail free cards in the future when called upon to explain historical deviance. Anyway, the ‘underground’ whistleblowers didn’t whistle loud enough back in 1979 because, as Wikipedia tells us, Cyril Smith was not prosecuted.

In 1991, Janner was interviewed by the police after he was named as an abuser in court.

The Ian Katz (himself Jewish) article opposite appeared in The Evening Standard shortly afterwards. Then, as now, Janner was left unmolested by prosecution. Any investigation into his behaviours was also terminated back then. But, though this was the end of the matter as far as officialdom was concerned, others were not so prepared to be fobbed off.

Just as British Nationalists were warning the rest of us about paedophilic criminality within the Muslim community decades before anyone else, they also saw to it that Janner’s activities did not pass into history unscrutinised.

The 4-page leaflet ‘Janner FAILS to answer ‘Sex With Boy’ Evidence’ was published on 20 January 1992. 

The first page may be seen below.

"Greville Janner's statements on these matters in the privileged environs of the House of Commons did not constitute a full answer to the allegations against him; they were merely a cunningly scripted general denial presented as part of a carefully stage-managed public relations exercise in which a small but noisy claque of friends on the floor of the House and other friends looking on from the Press Gallery played pre-arranged parts...  
Greville Janner has a lot of explaining to do..."
22 years later, a cynical dementia defence saw to it that explanations would not be forthcoming from a suspected paedophile with 'the power to regulate all our lives.'

Nationalism kept up the pressure and, in July 1995, the 24 page booklet 'Is Greville Janner QC, MP ABOVE THE LAW?' was published.

Pressure, alas, was not forthcoming from the establishment and Janner remained, until recently, entirely free of mainstream scrutiny.

On 3 December 1991, after Frank Beck had accused him of paedophilia during his trial, Janner, who was then MP for Leicester West, said this in the House of Commons:
"Anyone involved in a trial can make any allegations they wish about anyone else, provided that the judge cannot disallow them as irrelevant, however harmful, horrendous and vile the lies may be. Those whose representations are attacked are forbidden even to deny the allegations. To do so would be a criminal offence, contempt of court. 
As the House knows, Frank Beck of Leicester was convicted of a series of filthy and most serious crimes... He called Paul Winston as a witness. Long ago, when Winston was a deprived youngster living in a Leicestershire children's home, my family and I tried, unsuccessfully, to help him... 
After I had refused to provide Beck with references and shortly before Beck's trial was due to begin, they combined to make disgraceful, contemptible and totally untrue allegations of criminal conduct against me. Their motive was made blazingly clear by a letter that I received only yesterday from a former cellmate of Beck's... He writes that Beck told him that he, Beck, was going to frame me... To that end, Beck had enlisted the help of Winston...
The allegations against me were precisely as the prosecution alleged in Beck's trial, an attempted diversion from the reality of Beck's guilt... Is it not horrendous that Beck and Winston were able to make such terrible and lying accusations against me in court and that the media could, and with honourable exceptions did, report these falsehoods, all under the cloak of absolute privilege?  
I had effectively no legal rights in the matter, and I was not allowed even to nail the lies. No wonder many people were mystified by my uncharacteristic silence, it was imposed by the cruel operation of the rules on contempt... As a Member of Parliament, I am now well placed to fight back... 
We ourselves have received nothing but kindness, confidence and concern. We are very grateful. We are deeply blessed with our friends, not least those on both sides of the House and our friends in Leicester West. 
Surely there should now be a swift review of these injustices in our law and its practice. Surely it must be wrong for people who have no part in a trial to be open to venomous, preposterous attacks, with no remedy, no recompense and, above all, no right of reply. Surely others should not be forced to suffer as we have done. If such a review does lead to a just and useful alteration in the operation of the law of contempt, we shall not have suffered in vain."
Here, then, Janner calls for a change in 'our law and its practice.' As regards 'the right of reply,' other than in the privileged confines of Westminster surrounded by his cronies, I am not aware of such a 'reply.' Janner kept schtum. Wouldn't you have thought, if he had nothing to hide, that he might have tried to 'nail the lies' in a national newspaper? Certainly, any one of them would have been keen to offer him the opportunity.

Janner's 'cronies' were out in force during the debate. All were full of sympathy and praise and all echoed his call for a change in the law. Thankfully, Nicholas Lyell, the Solicitor General, wasn't as keen on such a change as the rest of the chamber.

Those who spoke up forcibly for Janner were, his fellow Jews, Ivan  Lawrence and Alex Carlile; Keith Vaz; David Ashby; Michael Latham; Sir John Farr, Simon Burns; Patrick Cormack; John Marshall;  Merlyn Rees; Gwynneth Dunwoody; Roland Boye and Derek Foster.

The British people voted for these. They voted for them because they did not know what manner of people they were. What manner of company they kept, what they really stood for and who they would defend without question.

Do we think that none of the above were aware of Janner's sexual preferences and predilections? Perhaps, when the whole truth is known, one or two of the MPs that spoke out in that 3 December 1991 debate might turn out to be as debauched as the former MP for Leicester West?

We shall see.

The comments of the above may be viewed in Hansard here.

Nationalism is still speaking out powerfully against the elite paedophile.

On 15 July 2014, Nick Griffin said this at the BNP web site:

"The unexpected resignation of the warmongering Foreign Secretary William Hague is of course welcome. But does the timing of Hague’s departure hold clues as to why he’s gone?
This website has previously highlighted the facts of Hague’s close connection with his former flatmate, Alan Duncan, the openly gay Tory MP who Hague used to run the secret Foreign Office team that worked with oil-trading giant Vitol to help fund the jihadist rebels who overthrew Libya’s President Gadhafi and plunged his once stable country in chaos. 
Hague was introduced to Tory politics as a precocious 16 year-old. He was groomed for high office early on and was a long-term associate of Leon Brittan, even ‘inheriting’ his seat in the Commons, Richmond in North Yorkshire. 
Rumours have swirled around Brittan for decades, as is shown by this old cover of Private Eye. 
More recently, of course, it is Brittan who is now exposed as having ‘forgotten’ about the VIP paedophile dossier handed to him by campaigning Conservative MP Geoffrey Dickens. 
Young William went on to share a flat with Alan Duncan, not just once but actually moving with him several times. One of the flats later used by Hague was in the notorious Dolphin Square complex, where residents have spoken of finding young rent boys wandering around lost and asking for the addresses of one or other of the number of MPs who live there. 
In the 1990's the now-defunct Scallywag journal, published details of a vile boy brothel being used there by politicians and other VIPs. Details are, fortunately, still easily found online. 
In early September 2010, a number of newspapers including The Daily Telegraph, The Independent and Daily Mail published stories about the fallout from allegations surrounding Hague's friendship with 25-year-old Christopher Myers, a history graduate from Durham University whom he employed as a parliamentary special adviser. 
A spokesperson stated that "Any suggestion that the Foreign Secretary's relationship with Chris Myers is anything other than a purely professional one is wholly inaccurate and unfounded."
The rest of Griffin's extensive and revelatory article may be seen here.

Anyway, ladies and gents, You may rest assured that, no matter how desperate the powers-that-be are to kick these matters into the long grass, the many stalwart Scallywag types, the victims themselves and British Nationalism will NEVER let the subject rest until the full horror is exposed and the guilty parties who still survive are punished. 

Sunday, 13 July 2014

The Talibanisation of British childhood

On 6 August 2010, Yasmin’ Alibhai-Brown’s essay: 'The Talibanisation of British childhood,’ appeared in The Star. In this she said:
“A furious Asian father was tearing up the picture his child had drawn. He recognised me and came across to say hello. I asked him what his child had done that had made him so angry. He explained that according to his Islamic mentors, drawing pictures of people was forbidden. I was flabbergasted.

This was in the middle of Britain’s multicultural capital, a modern metropolis, not some dusty backstreet in Kabul. I asked the man if he owned a camera.

‘Yes,’ he replied. ‘And a video camera.’ So I asked why was it acceptable for him to take pictures, but not for his child to draw a stick figure.

‘The madrasa teacher told me children are not allowed to,’ he said, referring to the places of religious instruction for Muslim children…

Such fundamentalist beliefs about parenthood are not uncommon. Teachers, lecturers, community, youth and social workers have told me many more such stories of the suppression of simple childhood pleasures in the name of Islam.

The Muslim Council of Britain confirmed that music lessons are likely to be ‘unacceptable’ to 10% of Muslims. What should be a simple pleasure is instead seen as a symbol of moral decadence…

Many inner-city teachers have told me they feel paralysed by extreme demands. Brainwashed Muslim parents ask school librarians not to lend their children storybooks… Teddy bears and pets are also branded un-Islamic.

I have met Muslim lawyers and academics who have turned to Taliban-style beliefs. These men propagate Wahhabism, the backward Saudi belief system followed by al-Qaida and espoused by hate preachers such as Omar Bakri and Anjem Choudary.

The rapid spread of rigid, diehard Islam is deeply worrying. Yet those in power, focused on terrorist cells, seem oblivious to this other peril. For many of us Muslims, this creeping Talibanisation of childhood is unendurable…

I could never have imagined, nine years on, that our politicians and Muslim ‘leaders’ here would allow their twisted ideology to spread across Britain. Taliban devotees are in our schools, playgrounds, homes, mosques, political parties, public service, private firms and universities…

Eye-watering amounts of Saudi money goes into promoting Wahhabism in mosques, religious schools, imams, conferences and trips to Saudi Arabia. The result is utterly corrosive, in particular for women and children who are paying the social price for fundamentalism.

Invaluable educational activities and ordinary pleasures are considered sinful. If this was happening in any other nation, we would be condemning it loudly…

Why are we fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan and indulging Taliban values here? (Why indeed!)

The powerful must find a way of stopping Islamicists from promulgating their distorted creed. If they don’t, the future is bleak for Muslims and the country.”
The future is bleak all right.

As is the present for many British people. As was the past. Ever since the aliens began piling in to our country, the majority have been denading that those they vote for do something to hold back the tide.

They never did. In fact, most governments since Eden’s time encouraged it.

Thing is, Yasmin, ever since you arrived here as a refugee from |Idi Amin’s Uganda in 1972, you’ve been sneering and snarling at those didn’t want to cuddle up to the very people you condemn here. We, according to a good many of your articles, were, and still are, racists, Fascists, Nazis, bigots and little-Englanders for not wishing to live alongside such folk.

I mean, why would anyone wish to have Taliban type move into their street?

You are a disgusting hypocrite, Yasmin. Truly disgusting. You can condemn, we can’t. That’s how it is in left-wing heaven. If the ‘white working-classes’ express a desire not to have their world ‘paralysed by extreme demands,’ or enriched by ‘diehard Islam’, ‘self pity overwhelms them,’ according to you. Such ‘stupid,’ ‘vicious,’ ‘wretched and complaining classes’ deserve to be a ‘lost species in a hundred years.’

Well, more and more are finding out what you’re all about, lady. Recently, the ‘hundred years’ quote appeared in The Sun. That means almost two and a half million people got the chance to ponder your genocidal, anti-white attitude.

Oh yes, it isn’t just the ‘Taliban devotees… in our schools, playgrounds, homes, mosques, political parties, public service, private firms and universities’ we should be wary of, the fanatically ungrateful immigrant is preaching contempt for their erstwhile benefactors throughout the media as well.

As for the ‘eye-watering amounts of Saudi money’ that ‘goes into promoting Wahhabism in mosques’ and ‘religious schools,’ well, there’s no way in the world our leaders are going to halt such alien impositions. Not when they’re up to the eyeballs in debt to the Saudis, they’re not. Oh no, it isn’t just the mosques and the hate preachers that their oil money funds, it’s the national debt as well.

Anyway, that’s why those we vote for are ‘indulging Taliban values here.’ That and the fact that they, just like you, the Saudi-backed hate-preachers, the ‘Muslim lawyers and academics who… propagate Wahhabism and the ‘brainwashed Muslim parents’ are at war with the ‘white working-classes’ as well.

All this being said, thanks for the forthright testimony, Yaz. If I'd told the truths that you tell here as ostentatiously as this, I'd probably be up on a charge.