Israel’s Stooges Battle for British Votes

We can already see how disastrously the US election turned out, not just for Americans but the rest of us also. “The US president is simply the voice of the Zionist parasite,” writes a friend in Norway. “It is sickening and frightening that Obama is seen toeing the Zionist line.

“Zionism has the US administration and other western governments by the balls.”

Well, that’s certainly the way it looks. Last month Israel’s prime minister Netanyahu slapped America in the face by approving more illegal settlements during vice-president Joe Biden’s visit. What did Secretary of State Hillary Clinton do? She repeated the pathetic mantra: “We have an absolute commitment to Israel’s security. We have a close unshakeable bond between the United States and Israel and between the American and Israeli people”.

Clinton completed her surrender to the Israeli terror machine by sharing the AIPAC Conference platform with a triumphant Netanyahu.

Whereupon over half of America’s lawmakers topped Clinton’s performance by signing a letter committing to the US’s “unbreakable” bond with the racist regime.

Nine months earlier, speaking in a BBC interview, Obama said he believed the US was “able to get serious negotiations back on track” between Israel and the Palestinians. And when asked about Israel’s defiance when called on to halt construction of Jewish settlements in the West Bank, he urged patience. “Diplomacy is always a matter of a long hard slog. It’s never a matter of quick results.”

The fact is, diplomacy doesn’t work with the Israelis. Everyone knows the problem: Israel’s contempt for international law and UN resolutions. And now we see Obama’s contempt too. In this wobbly leader’s mind Israel is somehow exempt from the laws, conventions, codes of conduct and respect for the rights of others that apply to everyone else in the civilised world.

Forcing negotiations is immoral

And Obama should know better than to keep harping on about peace negotiations. It is absurd to put a weak party and a strong party together and expect fair results when the strong party is in permanent occupation and has its military boot on the weak party’s neck.

It is immoral to expect the weak party to negotiate while the strong party is in flagrant breach of international law, commits acts of piracy, maintains a crippling blockade, carries out daily air strikes on civilians and continues to steal the weak party’s land and resources.

It is immoral for sponsors of negotiations to be so partisan as to refuse to recognize the democratically elected representatives of the weak party or its right to self-determination and territorial integrity.

It is immoral to force negotiations without first establishing a level playing field and ensuring both sides are compliant with international law. The international community has shirked this responsibility for decades, not because the peoples of the community of nations lack the will but because their leaders are gutless and corrupt.

Then there’s the scandal of the US government’s aid to Israel which runs at nearly $3 billion annually and totals well over $100 billion since 1949. The money helps pay for Israel’s costly occupation of Palestinian territory, its F-16s, helicopter gun-ships, tanks, ordnance, Caterpillar bulldozers, and all the other tools of military oppression and territorial grand theft.

Israel gets more $billions in indirect aid – military support, loan write-offs, rich technology transfers and special grants. Before George W Bush left office he agreed an assistance package of $30 billion over the next ten years.

So the US taxpayer has been cheerfully funding Israeli operations to destroy Palestinian infrastructure (which in many cases has been paid for by British, EU and – yes – US taxpayers) and bring the whole civil society to its knees.

Most of this aid violates US laws that stipulate US-supplied weapons can only be used for “legitimate self-defense” and military assistance is prohibited to any country that engages in “a consistent pattern of gross violations of internationally recognized human rights”. Military assistance is also banned to any government that refuses to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty or allow inspection of its nuclear facilities. But thanks to the “unbreakable” bond with Israel these inconvenient laws might as well not exist.

Israelis fiercely attack any attempt to ‘de-legitimise’ their ill-gotten gains while more and more people argue that the state of Israel had no legitimacy in the first place. Nevertheless the Zionist menace now has nuclear fangs and the capability to target most European cities… and, as we have seen, has no sense of restraint whatever.

Gee, thanks, America. Before you go accepting any more peace prizes, Obama, how about bringing to heel this monster the US has been nurturing?

Israel’s ‘Voices’ compete for British vote

Here in Britain we have our own version of AIPAC. The Foreign Office has been under Zionist influence for decades. Our most important security bodies – the Intelligence & Security Committee, the Foreign Affairs Committee and the Defence Committee – are headed by Israel flag-wavers. They have embedded themselves in nearly ever nook and cranny of parliamentary life.

Right now these stooges are battling for our votes in a general election.

Before the election campaign the main parties, Labour and the Conservatives, were so wedded to the Zionist cause that both wished to change our laws to protect Israeli leaders from arrest on war crimes charges and provide them with a safe haven in Britain.

Now they keep very quiet about their pro-Israel antics, no doubt hoping the question won’t be brought under the public spotlight or need explaining.

Labour has been in power 13 years and is now under Blair’s successor Gordon Brown, a Zionist sympathizer and patron of the Jewish National Fund. The party’s 115-page manifesto barely mentions the fate of the Holy Land except to say: “We support the creation of a viable Palestinian state that can live alongside a secure Israel.” Note that it’s a secure Israel but only a viable Palestine. Israel must remain comfortably secure while continuing its ethnic cleansing and thieving.

The Conservative Party is favourite to win the election – or was until its leader, David “I’m-a-Zionist” Cameron, flunked a televised leaders’ debate. Cameron too is a dutiful patron of the JNF. His party’s 118-page manifesto says nothing about Britain’s responsibility towards the Palestinians apart from promising support for a two state solution to the Middle East Peace Process. That’s all, full stop.

80% of Conservative MPs and MEPs, it is claimed, are passionate admirers of racist Israel. But they don’t shout it from the rooftops at election time. No, they are furtive because they know deep down that it is a grubby, indefensible position and the public would react with revulsion if the party’s allegiance to a foreign military power that makes war of Christian communities was exposed in the mainstream media.

Sad to say, then, there is no sign of Labour or the Conservatives deviating from the path of betrayal.

Thankfully a third party, the Liberal Democrats, is emerging strongly. Its leader, Nick Clegg, is no rabid Zionist though readers will remember he recently sacked Baroness Jenny Tonge to appease the Israel lobby. However, the Liberal Democrats at least believe Britain and the EU must put pressure on Israel and Egypt to end the blockade of Gaza and talk of borders “which are secure and based on the situation before the 1967 conflict”.

This party looks less corruptible than the others and less likely to worship at the altar of Zionism. Not being considered serious contenders till now, Clegg and his team probably haven’t been groomed by the US administration’s spivs and pimps. So we can expect big efforts to discredit them in the days ahead.

There is a glimmer of hope here.

When a proper history comes to be written, Americans will struggle to explain how the most powerful nation on earth was so easily conned and mugged for countless billions of tax dollars to finance the ambitions of a bunch of extremists bent on defiling the Holy Land and spreading their tentacles into every crevice of the western world.

The British also will have some explaining to do.

Stuart Littlewood, after working on jet fighters in the RAF, became an industrial marketeer in oil, electronics and manufacturing, and with innovation and product development consultancies. He also served as a Cambridgeshire county councillor and a member of the Police Authority. He is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society and has produced two photo-documentary books including Radio Free Palestine (with foreword by Jeff Halper). Now retired, he campaigns on various issues, especially the Palestinians' struggle for freedom. Read other articles by Stuart, or visit Stuart's website.

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  1. Ismail Zayid said on April 17th, 2010 at 10:42am #

    The subservience of US and British politicians, amongst others, to Zionist diktats, is longstanding, as clearly documented in this balanced article. Stuart Littlewood states here accurately : ” The [British] Foreign Office has been under Zionist influence for decades.” We all remember the nefarious role of the then head of the British Foreign Office, Lord Arthur Balfour, in issuing his letter, on Nov. 2, 1917, which later acquired the infamus title of The Balfour Declaration, to the the British Zionist leader, Lord Rothchild, promising to help the creation of a “national home for the Jewish people in Palestine.” This preposterous act of ‘generosity’ with other people’s land brought about the continuing role of the British Mandatory government over Palestine in creating the facts on the ground to bring about the creation of the racist colonial Israeli state on the land of the Palestinian people, and the subsequent and continuing acts of ethnic cleansing and dispossession of the indigenoug people of Palestine.

    The US role in this tragedy is longstanding and continued throughout the rule of US presidents from Truman to Obama.

  2. Rehmat said on April 17th, 2010 at 8:53pm #

    Adam Curtis, who wrote and produced the documentary ‘The Power of Nightmares; The Rise of the Politics of Fear’, aired by BBC2 during October 2004 – refuted much of what is said about Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda. The later, it argues, is not an organized international network. It doesn’t have members or leader. It doesn’t have “sleeper cells”. It doesn’t have an overall strategy. In fact, it barely exist at all, except as an idea about cleansing a corrupt world through a forced religious morality. Curtis even point out that Al-Qaeda even did not have a name until September 11, 2001. He also cited Home Office’s own statistics for arrest and convictions of the suspected terrorists since September 11, 2001. Of the 664 people detained upto the end of September 2004 – only 17 have been found guilty. Of these, majority were Irish Republicans, Sikh militants and members of other groups with no connection to Islamic terrorism.

    According to Curtis: “Almost no one questions this myth about Al-Qaeda because so many people have got an interest in keeping it alive….There is a suspicious relationship between the security services and much of the media since September 2001; the way in which official briefings about terrorism (a term coined during the French Revolution in the 1790s) often unvarified or unvarifiable by journalists, have become dramatic press stories – which in a jittery media-driven democracy – have prompted further briefings and further stories. There is no fact checking about Al-Qaeda.”

    Since the Jewish communities were allowed to return to England after almost 350 year of their expulsion from England by King Edward I in 1290 CE – they have developed more control over British society than they had before 1290 CE – through monopoly over banking institutions and intermarriages with British royalty and powerful members of British elite families. A former Jew, Nathanael Kapner, explain the pro-Israel Jewish power in England in the article titled ‘How The Jews Took Great Britain‘.

  3. denk said on April 17th, 2010 at 9:23pm #

    **It is immoral to expect the weak party to negotiate while the strong party is in flagrant breach of international law, commits acts of piracy, maintains a crippling blockade, carries out daily air strikes on civilians and continues to steal the weak party’s land and resources.**

    looks like merely the case of “birds of the same feather flock together”
    amerikka n israel.

  4. MichaelKenny said on April 18th, 2010 at 6:20am #

    I’m glad to see that Mr Littlewood is (finally!) coming around to the realisation that world governments are not in any way “complicit” in Israel’s antics but that the Zionist Lobby “has them by the balls”. The Zionist strategy since Suez has been to hijack the American body politic and then use American power to bully the rest of the world into compliance with Israel’s wishes. The secret therefore is to break American power and that would be in the interest, not just of Palestinians or Europeans, who suffer from sitting astride the direct route from Israel to its American bully, but of Americans themselves, who in many ways are the principal victims of all this. What we in Europe can do is to build and strengthen the EU. A deep, underlying fear of the EU is palpable in articles written by supporters of the American Empire, who are on the left as much as on the right of the American political scene. If the EU scares them to that extent, then, however imperfect it may be, it must be the best protection Europe has against American bullying.

  5. Rational said on April 18th, 2010 at 9:07am #

    MichaelKenny ,

    You wrote, and i quote: “The Zionist strategy since Suez has been to hijack the American body politic and then use American power to bully the rest of the world into compliance with Israel’s wishes.”

    You say that with no reference to reality, if you give your opinion and want people to listen to you, have the common sense to give examples of what you say is happening and true.
    saying god exists doesn’t make it so, just like saying “The Zionist strategy is to hijack the American body politic etc etc” doesn’t make it so.

  6. brianct said on April 20th, 2010 at 2:30am #

    ‘Thankfully a third party, the Liberal Democrats, is emerging strongly. Its leader, Nick Clegg, is no rabid Zionist though readers will remember he recently sacked Baroness Jenny Tonge to appease the Israel lobby’

    this is how parties end up being populated with zionists or weaklings…

    The solution to all this is to make this sort of toadying to a foreign and evil power public…Israel is not so chicken about emasculating foreign influence .

    Ironic, israel or rather the jewish state, is a seeking to become a race pure entity…no gentiles these to interfere in the way zionsists to in UK