Tony Blair has never Saved The Children (except his own, of course).

If he was so dedicated to his causes, surely he would have encouraged his own children to join the armed forces instead of getting them cushy intern places with G W Bush and making them rich through dodgy property deals. However, I digress a little. Blair’s actions have indeed done quite the opposite and even though he has blighted so many Iraqi lives, he’s adamant he would do the same again. It now appears that Save The Children are trying to limit the damage created by the award given to Blair recently but this episode has exposed just how politicized charities have become. Staff at the STC have apparently sent a letter to the hierarchy to complain about an award given to a suspected war criminal and have been told the US arm of the charity didn’t discuss what it was going to do with regard to the accolade. So detached from reality are certain Americans, they didn’t realise Blair has long been thought of as a pariah here in the UK and I’m sure in other parts of the world too. His Middle East Peace Envoy job is some kind of sick joke and just like all the deals he gets involved in, I’m sure he has personally benefited from the role…At the expense of the Palestinians.
Blair is always going to be protected by his friends in high places so there isn’t much chance of him being arrested any time soon…Much the pity.

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The synagogue attack….

The synagogue attack……In Jerusalem is at the same location as a Palestinian village called Deir Yassin, where the massacre of Arabs took place over half a century ago. This fact will not be repeated by any mainstream media journalist that values his job. The blood that has been spilt lately cannot be compared to that which spilled in 1948 and will not have such a profound effect on the victims or their families who were either killed or driven from their homes all those years ago. The Jewish victims families will not have to find a new home and start from scratch, unlike the Arabs who managed to survive the Deir Yassin Massacre. Ironically, the families of the alleged suspects are already having to try to find a new roof above their heads because the Israeli government have demolished their homes within hours of the attack taking place. Some things never change, eh?

Despite the demolition of homes being a breach of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, it would appear that the Israeli regime are above such laws. Homes for thousands of people have been routinely demolished by Israel and must surely be illegal on the grounds of collective punishment. After all, the other people residing at these homes are very likely oblivious to the intent of their relatives and any children in the home particularly so.

I haven’t condemned the attack on the synagogue for several reasons. Every time there are attacks on Israeli’s, the Israeli government always manage to make some kind of gain from it, usually the seizure of a little more Palestinian land and in this instance, the excuse for the (already) well armed settlers to become even more so.  These weapons are used to terrorise the Palestinians rather than defend against them. The murders of Palestinians are rarely condemned, no matter how despicable the circumstances. The US government usually appeals for ‘restraint’ from both sides when Arabs are killed. They even condemned the ‘kidnapping’ of an Israeli soldier even though it never happened and in fact Israeli forces probably killed him to stop him from becoming a Palestinian prisoner. Finally, I believe that the Jewish worshippers stood a better chance of survival than the people who used to live in this area of Gaza:

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..And they stood a better chance than the ethnically cleansed victims of what was previously called Deir Yassin.

Neil Masterson pleads guilty but you wouldn’t know it.

If Masterson had been Muslim and he’d attacked any other British Member of Parliament except George Galloway it would have been front page news. It would have been described as an attack against democracy. When he finally pleaded guilty of the charge of attacking Galloway, mainstream media completely ignored it. Google Neil Masterson and you’ll see that only Israeli based newspapers reported his change of plea. I’ve laughed before about the wild claim of Jewish control of our media but instances such as this make me think again. Let’s see how much control of the Justice system they have too… When he’s sentenced.

John McCain again.

Here is an interview by an American news broadcaster with John McCain. I won’t link to the video because the mere sight of him makes me cringe.

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Thursday the Obama administration is not carrying out more airstrikes against Islamic militants inside Syria because it is instead “playing footsie” with Iran.

Trying to resolve the very serious issue of nuclear weapons could hardly be described as ‘playing footsie’ but I expect this kind of language from a war monger.

“There are reports that one of the reasons why we are not attacking [Syrian President] Bashar al-Assad is because we are trying to look at some kind of arrangements with the Iranians,” the top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee said in an interview with MSNBC.

I wish I could debate with this arsehole McCain, he spouts the biggest load of bollocks and is never challenged! The reason Mr McCain you are not bombing Assad’s supporters is because you have no legal right to do so. The nature of Iranian political alliances with Syria has absolutely nothing to do with any nuclear discussion.

“It’s, as I say, it’s immoral and shameful and somehow we are playing footsie with the Iranians and hope that they will somehow have an effect on ISIS,” said McCain, who is poised to serve as chairman of the committee next year.

No Mr McCain, it is immoral and shameful how you, a democratically elected representative of the American people should want to push an agenda that doesn’t beneficially effect your own nation but does benefit Israel

McCain said that, “on the nuclear issue, we have already given away the store by allowing them to the right to enrich and not putting in check both the development of warheads and the means to deliver them.”

I don’t think Iran has any intention of procuring nuclear weapons but I wouldn’t blame them if they did considering the amount of times Israel have threatened them.

He called the talks a “misguided effort to somehow accommodate and get better relations with a country that is spreading disorder and unrest throughout the region.”

McCain would have to provide some examples if I were to interview him

However, McCain said he would work with other Senate lawmakers to craft a new authorization for the use of military force against ISIS, something the president asked for on Wednesday during a post-election news conference.

McCain has one eye on mission creep

“The last authorization specifically mentioned the 9/11 attacks and those responsible for it. So it should be updated. But I want to do it very carefully,” McCain said. “We’ll sit down and try and work this out. It is necessary.”

The lengths at which McCain will go to in search of assisting Israeli foreign policy are mind blowing. He must be partly responsible for more people dying on this planet than anyone else. For the benefit of mankind, the sooner his toes curl up, the better.

The end of the world is nigh.

People with signs saying ‘the end of the world is nigh’ are probably still seen occasionally, they are good for a laugh and I imagine no one takes them seriously.
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Maybe he doesn’t have a job, perhaps we should jail him for such scaremongering?

So when a Dutch-Moroccan woman who works in the department of Cyber Security at the Ministry of Justice in Holland tweeted that ISIS was an Israeli ploy to tarnish the name of Islam, responses generally were,’how ridiculous!’. Presumably, it is almost as crazy a thing to say as the end of the world is nigh. Israeli security manufacturing ISIS to blacken Muslims would be laughed at and given the ‘tinfoil hat’ treatment. So why then was it such a bad thing to say that she was suspended, then sacked? If there is no truth in it, why should it be considered dangerous or worthy of sacking a woman from the job she held for several years? The question we should be asking is ‘why did they sack her?’. Once we think about that, it answers the question of why her initial tweet rendered her unemployed.

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Yasmini Haifi, the woman who lost her job over a tweet.

Mavi Marmara: Another UN, Israeli friendly stitch-up.

BBC news report:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-29934002

The BBC call them ‘activists’, as if they were some sort of danger to the rest of us. They were simply attempting to bring relief to the beleaguered people of Gaza and were no threat to anyone. They weren’t attacked in Israeli waters, it happened in International waters and amounts to piracy. The report is an absolute disgrace and an insult to decent peoples’ intelligence.