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BDS is irrelevant. Oh, really?

“BDS is irrelevant.” Oh, really? What maddens Zionists most is that they cannot control civil society like they can pull the strings of the spineless political élite. They fear BDS action (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) will derail their precious project for a Greater Israel. So they now sneer at civil society and try to discourage […]

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Audience with war crimes suspect Livni

You couldn’t make it up! £50 for an audience with Israeli ‘justice’ minister on war crimes wanted list …and basking under the special protection of Her Majesty’s Government The 2014 Annual Congress of the University and College Union Scotland (UCU Scotland) has voted unanimously to condemn the planned visit by Israel’s Tzipi Livni, wanted for […]

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MEPs denied access to Gaza

Subject: Re: MEPs denied access to Gaza From: stu@f8.eclipse.co.uk Date: Wed, March 26, 2014 4:20 pm To: info@palestinianmissionuk.com OK. But what are the Palestinian authorities (PA/PLO) doing about it, please? How are they using this important information? What is your leadership saying/doing? What diplomatic moves are being made? Where is the Ambassador’s statement/briefing? How do […]

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Time to target the worst villains of all

BDS must expose our MPs’ unnatural devotion to a foreign power that practises apartheid, defies international law and terrorises children Last week David Cameron, addressing Israel’s Knesset, pledged to defeat any boycotting of Israel. “Britain opposes boycotts,” he said without having consulted the British people on the matter. This should be enough to put the […]

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Anger as Cameron tries to superglue Britain to Israel

Prime Minister is asking to be targeted by BDS The other day I signed a ‘Get Well’ petition for Palestinian youngsters Adam and Johar who were viciously maimed and crippled by the British Government’s ‘friends’ in Israel. The two cousins, 17 and 20 years old, were returning home from football training when they were attacked […]

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Ukraine & Egypt: A tale of two coups

US plans for Egypt and Ukraine are falling apart and Russia is scrambling to pick up the pieces. In the latest color revolution, it was not an army but a rump parliament that pulled the plug on the elected president on a wave of protest, pushing out Ukraine’s Viktor Yanukovich on 22 February. He apologized […]

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Boycott would-be MPs who are Friends of Israel

BDS, this is your big chance…. In the coming elections, Boycott would-be MPs who are Friends of Israel Name and shame supporters of the racist regime! A recent article, ‘Holocaust hullabaloo: another MP intimidated’, tells how a British lady MP was harrassed by the chief executive of the Holocaust Educational Trust, Karen Pollock, for daring […]

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Holocaust hullabaloo: another MP intimidated

Or, how to make enemies of people who aren’t The head of the Holocaust Educational Trust, Karen Pollock, has once again succeeded in wringing an apology from a British MP for remarks about what happened to Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe and what is happening now to Palestinians in Israeli-occupied Gaza and the West Bank. During […]

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The Quenelle: Blame Dr Strangelove and the Bomb

The Quenelle: Blame Dr Strangelove and the Bomb

When West Bromwich Albion’s star player Anelka performed the Quenelle after scoring a goal in a match on 28 December he was immediately lashed by a frenzied storm in a Zionists’ teacup. The Quenelle is a gesture, some claim, made famous by the French comic Dieudonné M’bala M’bala. As explained by the BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26020070 it […]

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Who Will Heal Sydenham’s Sore?

Who will finally heal the ‘running sore in the East’? Do world leaders today even know the underlying causes of the Holy Land’s misery? Hansard is the official verbatim report of proceedings in the UK Parliament. You’d expect powerful intellectual stimulation, especially from the House of Lords, but too often the record reads like pulp […]

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Britain, Eager to Match France’s Self-Abjection

The French newspaper Le Figaro gleefully announces: Dieudonné Banned from Entering Great Britain The controversial humorist wanted to come to GB to support his friend, the football player Nicolas Anelka, who had made the «quenelle» gesture during an English championship game. After creating a polemic in France, the controversial humorist Dieudonné has now been banned from entering […]

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Hague, Sworn Enemy of Criminal Impunity, Still Soft on Israel’s War Crimes

A few days ago we were talking about Agent Willie Hague’s self-proclaimed commitment to smoke out war criminals, bring them to account and support the International Criminal Court in its investigations. “If you commit war crimes, crimes against humanity or genocide you will not be able to rest easily in your bed,” he said. But […]

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When Will International Justice Save Palestine?

“If you commit war crimes, crimes against humanity or genocide you will not be able to rest easily in your bed: the reach of international justice is long and patient…. There is no expiry date for these crimes….” (William Hague, British foreign secretary) So when will international justice save Palestine? Eighteen months ago UK foreign […]

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Queen Elisabeth II — A Class Act

Note: With this post I have added a new Category — ANECDOTES — where contributors might wish to post brief items — not full-length articles but snapshots of our world  on any and all topics. QUEEN ‘FURIOUS’ PALACE GUARDS EATING HER NUTS Even took to marking levels in bowls to check if her snacks were […]

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When will the Palestinians clear the decks?

Let’s shine a light into the ICC’s dusty corners… When will the Palestinians clear the decks for action? I watched the Palestinian ambassador, Prof Manuel Hassassian’s performance before a session of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee enquiring into ‘Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories: prospects for 2014’. http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Player.aspx?meetingId=14617 . He was asked by […]

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Sharon took ‘brave decisions’ for peace, says Agent Cameron

In a statement marking the death of Ariel Sharon, British prime minister David Cameron said he was one of the most significant figures in Israeli history and as Prime Minister he took brave and controversial decisions in pursuit of peace, before he was so tragically incapacitated. This sickening tribute will not go down well outside […]

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