Israel Commons ignore logic and evidence that refutes Assad involvement in the Syrian chemical attack.
British Members of Parliament are living in a parallel universe if they really believe that there is convincing evidence that confirms President Assad’s guilt in using chemical weapons. There has been a video of the alleged event with the usual ‘mouth foam’ applied and that is it. Two medics working at the time have stated there was no CW attack and that victims were suffering from smoke inhalation.
Viewing these raving lunatics debating the attack on Syria disgusts me. These politicians are supposed to be amongst the top-level of intellectuals, our brightest individuals. It would appear we are in a hopeless situation. The only thing I’ve observed is a competition to see how far up Theresa May’s arse they can climb.
The war in Syria is for the benefit of one country – Israel.
This is the stark reality. It was not a popular revolution, it was an invasion of armed thugs. Many came from Libya, along with the weapons stolen from the Libyan army and provided by the US. The fragmentation of Syria is a long-term aim for Israel, to weaken it to the point that it is unable to resist against the Zionist entity and to make sure the Golan Heights cannot be returned to Syrian control. Despite this occupation being condemned by the UN, Israel demolished over one hundred Syrian villages and farms in the region and subsequently, the lands were given to Israeli settlers. If Assad is removed and the country destroyed, Israel will kick out the 17,000 Arabs and Druze that remain there.
We have a problem with our politicians loyalty to the UK.
I am puzzled why so many of our politicians are involved in Friends of Israel organisations. They don’t have Friends of Argentina or any other country, why Israel? A detailed look at parliamentary gifts would make it clearer.
80% of the government are members of the Conservative Friends of Israel organisation.
There are also a significant number of opposition MP’s in the Labour Friends of Israel. These aren’t benign groups akin to a coffee morning club. These are very powerful lobbyists and almost all the ‘Friends of Israel’ have at some time been on an ‘all expenses’ trip to the country. They are carefully shepherded and only access areas that are acceptable but never given access to experience it from the Palestinian side. You won’t see a British MP stuck at a checkpoint for hours on end, unless they are openly pro Palestinian and then the likelihood is that they won’t be allowed in at all.
One thing we can be sure of is that this ‘coalition’ attack wasn’t for Syrian children being killed and the way the missile attack is being approved, many are supporting the war crime of May, more attacks are almost guaranteed. If concern for Muslim kids was the priority, there is a much more pressing catastrophe happening in Yemen. Saudi Arabia are bombing the poorest country in the Middle East back to the stone age, but that’s ok, because they are buying the Jets and missiles from the UK.
With so many of our politicians ‘friends of Israel’, should we be worried about their ability to make decisions that always benefit the UK?
I obviously don’t have the answer to this but I do know that a huge amount of candidate funding can be the difference between winning an election and losing it. Am I claiming that Israel strongly supports representatives sympathetic to their cause? Absolutely and we can look at the US for more compelling evidence, There are a number of former Senators that only crossed the Israel lobby once. US politicians who show evenhandedness are not tolerated in the US and only long serving, well established and very popular Senators are able to criticise Israel. Unfortunately most of them attend AIPAC conventions, the primary Jewish American organisation. As far as I can tell, the last President that didn’t address an AIPAC convention was G H.W Bush. He also delayed loaning Israel $10 billion in a bid to keep the Middle East peace process alive. Curiously (or not), he wasn’t elected for a second term. This from The Observer:
“Many believe that George H.W. Bush’s defeat in 1992 was the result of Jewish-American opposition fueled by his hard-line against Israeli settlements under the Shamir government.”
It might be fair to say that we dont have an AIPAC in the UK but when I see so many sycophants in the British Parliament and being aware of the importance Israel places on Assad’s defeat, the suspicion is difficult to ignore. A strong Syria is pivotal to any possibility of justice for the Palestinians. If Syria were to fall into the hands of Al Qaeda and ISIS, they would then continue to try and destroy Hezbollah. Bearing in mind, only the Lebanese resistance has managed to give Israel a bloody nose, it would be a win-win for Netanyahu. There is only one reason that Israel have not attacked Hezbollah in 11 years and that is fear. Once the Israeli jets had done as much as they could and the battle was on the ground, the superior tactics and ingenuity of the Shia militia, despite the IDF being much better equipped, was a gamechanger. The likelihood is that the Israelis would face battle hardened and a much better equipped Hezbollah today.
The Americans, British and French aren’t on a moral crusade, they are on ‘Jewish mission’, having already destroyed Iraq and Libya, who were, after Syria, the Palestinians greatest allies. A large part of Syria and Iraq, along with all of Lebanon are included in the map of Greater Israel. Gaddafi’s crime was financing the Palestinians.
Update on UK government application for an emergency debate.
An emergency debate has been granted and two speakers have already condemned President Assad. The Labour MP, Alison McGovern is in the middle of a tirade, not based on evidence but on pure fantasy and unverified ‘rebel’ claims. Frequent referral to the murdered politician, Joanne Cox, McGovern appears to be oblivious to the fact that Cox’s favoured Syrian cause, the White Helmets are widely condemned, by observers and Syrians alike, as an extension of Al Nusra.
If McGovern had done any research whatsoever, she would have discovered that the White Helmets themselves have betrayed their terrorist agenda on personal FaceBook pages. The organisation have claimed it’s the odd bad apple but close to a hundred of these frauds have been seen, brandishing weapons or involved in extremist parades.
McGovern is also calling for trade restrictions on the Assad Government, which I find absolutely incredible. Surely she can’t be unaware that the very children she pleads for with watery eyes have been deprived of vital drugs for almost seven years because of sanctions?
Her speech then moves on to the emotive subject of refugees, here is another example of how little she knows. Many Syrian refugees in Germany are only waiting for their former towns and villages to be made safe by the Syrian government before they return home. Internal displacement reduces with every area recovered from the terrorists and it is only destroyed buildings and the extremists slowing down repatriation. Why these people think that bombing Syria will improve matters, I don’t know. Syrian refugees are not looking to come here Mrs McGovern, they are very keen to return home, please do some research before you try to lecture other people about things you know little about.
Kenneth Clarke, proving that age doesn’t necessarily improve intelligence, reiterating the same ignorance as many others in our corridors of power. Clarke is absolutely convinced that Assad did the crime and admitted there is a lot of street to street fighting that is a temptation to use CW. Again, if he had done cursory research, he would be aware that the Syrian Arab Army had already conquered the area where the alleged attack occurred, hence the Russians could declare immediate access to the site.
Hilary Benn has just explained how US and British carefully targeted Syria to avoid damaging infrastructure but the Syrians and Russians have been carelessly bombing civilians for years. I wonder how he can explain Russian popularity and gratitude from the Syrians, if that is the case. Claiming success for a no fly zone over Iraq and confident of the Kurdish gratitude, he fails to remember them being slaughtered because the British and US abandoned them when Iraq forces attacked. His selective memory appears to have hit another blank spot with regards the sanctions that are reported to have killed 500,000 Iraqis, mostly children.
I’m sure these fools will continue to expose their ignorance till the end of the debate but I’m hopeful that Jeremy Corbyn will comment on only verified facts, something the current members in this debate have categorically omitted.