Rabid attack on a native brit in defence of the indefensible

Walks like a fabian zio, talks like fabian zio, advocates oppression like a fabian zio, probaaly doesn't consider us human, must be a megalomaggot tool.

Or try this:

Walks like a fabianesque Talmud adherent goy, talks like a fabianesque Talmud adherent goy, acts  like a fabianesque Talmud adherent goy, must be a fabianesque Talmud adherent goy in Torah adherent goy clothing.
Anti british freedom of speech, pro israeli existence, israeli genocide supporter and megalomaggot instrument. Make that man a lord. Oh, they did.

Generally speaking, genocide does not necessarily mean the immediate destruction of a nation, except when accomplished by mass killings of all members of a nation. It is intended rather to signify a coordinated plan of different actions aimed at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves. [Lemkin]

Talmud adherent? Either atheist or luciferian. 

Crucifying Jeremy Corbyn: Former Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks Joins In

The anti-Semitism smear-mongering gets more bizarre each day.

 By Stuart Littlewood Global Research, September 02, 2018  Redress Information and Analysis 30 August 2018   Region: Europe, Middle East & North Africa Theme: History, Media Disinformation In-depth Report: PALESTINE      

The nasty slur campaign against Jeremy Corbyn  has just plumbed new depths with a hark-back to 1968 and the Rivers of  Blood speech by Enoch Powell. It seems to have been prompted by a remark  Corbyn made in 2013 that British Zionists had two problems:
“One is they don’t want to study history and,  secondly, having lived in this country for a very long time, probably  all their lives, they don’t understand English irony.”

In anti-Semitism terms that’s a flogging offence, even when it might be true. The former chief rabbi, Lord Jonathan Sacks, immediately took umbrage  saying that Corbyn’s criticism of British Zionists was the most  offensive statement made by a senior politician since Enoch Powell’s  Rivers of Blood speech. Sacks told the New Statesman:
It was divisive, hateful and, like Powell’s speech, it  undermines the existence of an entire group of British citizens by  depicting them as essentially alien.

He said Corbyn had implied “Jews are not fully British” and that he  was “using the language of classic pre-war European anti-Semitism”,  adding that Corbyn was an anti-Semite who “defiles our politics and  demeans the country we love”. He had “given support to racists,  terrorists and dealers of hate who want to kill Jews and remove Israel  from the map”.

Lost irony
Sacks’s words could equally be taken to mean those who align  themselves with Israeli hate and the wish to kill Palestinians and wipe  Palestine from the map – which they have already done quite literally.  And if Corbyn defiles our politics so does the Israel lobby. But the  irony must have escaped him.

Just how righteous is the moralising Lord Sacks? In a House of Lords  debate in 2014 on the Middle East in general and the question of formal  recognition of Palestine by the UK in particular, the former chief rabbi  got up and made a speech  that was more like a pro-Israel rant. After a long winded spiel about  the history of Israel and Jerusalem – from the Jewish angle of course –  he went on to demonise Hamas and Hezbollah in the manner recommended by  Israel’s hasbara handbook and all the more absurd when Israel’s  hands are so unclean. Everyone knows that Hamas has agreed to a  long-term truce with Israel provided it ends the illegal occupation,  gets back behind its 1967 borders and accepts the refugees’ right of  return – all as per UN resolutions and subject to a Palestinian  referendum. And Hezbollah, as Sacks knows perfectly well, was formed to  resist the Israeli occupation of Lebanon after the 1982 war. 

Israel, said Sacks, is the place where his people were born almost  4,000 years ago. As an ardent promoter of the Jewish religion, the  Jewish state and the idea that God gave Jews exclusive title to  Jerusalem, he seemed oblivious to the irony of his speech, especially  where he said:

Where does he get his information? Israel won’t define its  boundaries, leaving them fluid for endless expansion, and does a  first-class job of delegitimising itself by its defiance of  international law and utter contempt for norms of human decency and  obligations under the UN Charter and other agreements.

A Brief History of Palestine and Israel Explains Everything 

Distorting history and religion
Zionists distort the scriptures to claim Jerusalem is theirs by  divine right, but it was already 2,000 years old and an established,  fortified city when King David captured it. The Jews lost Jerusalem to  the Babylonians, recaptured it, then lost it again to the Roman Empire  in 63 BC. When they rebelled Hadrian threw them out in 135. Until the  present illegal occupation the Jews had only controlled Jerusalem for  some 500 years, small beer compared to the 1,277 years it was  subsequently ruled by Muslims and the 2,000 years, or thereabouts, it  originally belonged to the Canaanites.

Jerusalem was also a Christian city. The 4th century saw the building  of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The Persians came and went. Then,  after the Islamic conquest in 690, two major shrines were constructed  over the ruins of the earlier temples – the Dome of the Rock from which  Muhammad is said to have ascended to Heaven, and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The  Crusaders retook Jerusalem in 1099 and the Temple Mount became the  headquarters of the Knights Templar. In 1187 Saladin ended the Crusader  Kingdom and restored the city to Islam while allowing Jews and  Christians to remain if they wished.

As the saying goes, “None has claim. All have claim!”

Nowhere in his speech did Lord Sacks address the main question of  British recognition of Palestinian statehood. Nowhere did he recommend  the jackboot of oppression be immediately lifted and the Palestinians  granted their human rights and their freedom. That would surely have  been the Christian position and, I imagine, the true Jewish one. 

It is what the rabbi failed to say on this important occasion that  makes me wonder whether he’s an instrument of God or just another  preacher of Israeli hasbara. I read somewhere that Lord Sacks is  of Polish/Lithuanian extraction. Most Palestinians can demonstrate  ancestral ties to the ancient Holy Land. Can he?

“Jeremy Corbyn moved the rock and the anti-Semites crawled out”
Corbyn is also in trouble over a remark he made in 2010 at a meeting  of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign suggesting that MPs who took part  in a parliamentary debate on the Middle East had their comments prepared  for them by the Israeli ambassador. I’d say that was fair comment,  although the scriptwriters were more likely to have been Mark Regev’s  propaganda team in Tel Aviv. Regev, a propaganda expert from the dark  side, is now Israel’s ambassador in London. Oh, the irony (again).

And a few days ago we heard that Jews are preparing to quit Britain  because they fear Jeremy Corbyn taking power, according to former  chairman of the Conservative Party Lord Feldman. So says The Times.

Feldman wrote an open letter to Corbyn telling him that Jewish people  were making contingency plans to emigrate because Labour had become a  hotbed of anti-Jewish feeling.
“Many Jewish people in the United Kingdom are seriously  contemplating their future here in the event of you becoming prime  minister. Quietly, discreetly and extremely reluctantly, they are making  contingency plans.” 

One of these is Mark Lewis, a prominent solicitor  and a former director of lawfare firm UK Lawyers for Israel, who is  emigrating to Israel with his partner, Mandy Blumenthal.  It is believed she is National Director of Likud-Herut UK, an affiliate  of the Zionist Federation and whose website is full of preposterous  ideas such as:
“We believe that terms like ‘illegal occupation’ should  never go unchallenged…” and “Such criticism as we may have [of Israel]  should never be expressed publicly…”

Lewis, who describes himself as an “unapologetic Zionist”, said:  “Jeremy Corbyn moved the rock and the anti-Semites crawled out from  underneath.” And he told the Evening Standard: “I don’t feel welcome in this country anymore.” So he’s off to that hotbed of racism and apartheid, Israel.

Being unwelcome is not a happy feeling. I know this from my trips to  Israel, what with their rudeness, threatening behaviour, intrusive  searches, hostile questioning and unforgivably vile treatment of our  Palestinian friends. It’s not as if we want to be in Israel – we are  forced to divert there on account of Israel’s illegal military occupation.  And when we eventually reach Palestine we have to put up with the  presence of arrogant Israeli gunslingers strutting the streets, setting  up hundreds of roadblocks, using obstructive tactics with brutish  behaviour, creating endless queues and interfering with Palestinian life  at every level.

And if we try traveling to Palestine direct, like the humanitarian aid boats Al-Awda and Freedom last month, we get violently and unlawfully assaulted on the high seas,  beaten up, thrown in a stinking Israeli jail and have our belongings  and money stolen by the Israeli military desperate to maintain their illegal blockade of Gaza.

So, if Messrs Feldman, Lewis and Blumenthal feel more comfortable with those criminals they’d better join them. 

In answer to the babble put out by Zio-propagandists, church leaders  in the Holy Land issued their 2006 Jerusalem Declaration saying:

This still stands. And as the declaration also points out,  “discriminative actions [by the occupation] are turning Palestine into  impoverished ghettos surrounded by exclusive Israeli settlements. The  establishment of the illegal settlements and the construction of the  Separation Wall on confiscated Palestinian land undermines the viability  of a Palestinian state as well as peace and security in the  entire region.”

That comes from genuine churchmen working in the front line against  armed Zio-thugs whose vicious day-to-day persecution of the Christian  and Muslim communities in the Holy Land makes a nonsense of accusations  of anti-Semitism in the UK.

I think we can deduce from all this that Zionism is a menace. Nothing has changed for the better; it has got steadily worse.

“We want our Jerusalem back, and our state”

In 2010 Father Manuel Musallam, a gritty Catholic priest with long experience of Israel’s cruel and illegal occupation, told members of the Irish government:

Archbishop Theodosius Hanna (Greek Orthodox Church) told them: 

Corbyn should remind his tormentors of all this and take no lectures  from those who support Zionism and adore the racist state it spawned.

The original source of this article is Redress Information and Analysis Copyright © Stuart Littlewood, Redress Information and Analysis, 2018  

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"Jews are preparing to quit Britain..." Can someone start a crowd-fund?

Out of government, military,  civil, religious, news media and banking bureaucracy, and out of the City would suffice, for a start.

"his people..." Adopted people. It would be interesting to see his geneology, whether it traces back to Judah. He doesn't look much like a true judahite descendent, them that were promised some ME real estate in the book of legends, poems and fables, (heavily adapted by political direction), more like an arab- european.

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