Wednesday, 15 January 2014

A prostitute at Sharon's funeral

In January 2014, Tony Blair said this at the funeral of Ariel Sharon: 
“Beneath that which is common to all politics... is found in Israel something unusual and precious in politics. A true love of country. A supreme love for the state of Israel and the land of Israel.

For what it is, for what it took to build and what it will take to sustain it, there was no higher higher calling than this for Arik Sharon...

An idea that The Jewish people should have a state where they could be independent and free... afraid of no one, equal to everyone. Judged not on prejudice but merit, on what they achieve and what they give...

That calling, a noble one, was plain and unalloyed. That, from my experience, was Arik Sharon... A warrior to create his country… he was a giant of this land…

Born of the Union of a great spirit and a big heart, let him take his place in the history of Israel with pride."

In the 1950s, Ariel Sharon was the commander of the notorious Unit 101, which terrorised peaceful Palestinian villages.

In 1982, ‘the Butcher of Beirut,’ masterminded the invasion of the Lebanon and sent ‘his army's pet Lebanese militia into the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps, where they massacred up to 1,700 Palestinians.’ More than 20,000 died during the invasion.

In the 1990s, he oversaw the building of more Jewish settlements on Palestinian land than ever before. In 2000, he cynically sparked the second Palestinian intifada by visiting the al-Aqsa mosque.

Former Director of Studies at the US Army War College, Dr Alan Sabrosky, who has a Jewish grandfather, said this on 15 March 2010:
"They did 9/11. They did it... It is 100% certain that 9/11 was a Mossad operation."
Sharon was Israel’s Prime Minister at the time.

On 15 April 2002, John Kampfner reported thus in The New Statesman:
"The roots of the British government's current policy towards the Middle East can be traced back to a single event, not the founding of the Jewish state, not the Six Day War, not the Oslo accords or the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, but Brighton in the autumn of 1994.

To define yourself as new Labour, you had to prove your credentials as pro-business, anti-tax and pro-Israel,' says one party official. 'Palestinian sympathies were the preserve of the old left and we quite simply had to get rid of ours if we wanted to get on.'

At Blair's first party conference as leader, Labour Friends of Israel assembled in a huge turnout for its main meeting of the week. Every aspiring young apparatchik felt the need to attend. They did then. They still do.”
Tony Blair is, perhaps, the greatest traitor the British people have ever had the misfortune to endure.

Unfortunately, the horror inflicted upon them by this man is well-deserved by most.

If you vote for treachery on three separate occasions, treachery you will get.

P.S. Those who voted for Margaret Thatcher three times, opted, of course, for treachery also. (Thatcher set the banks and big business free to predate upon the majority, sold off the nation's most valuable assets to the same predators (privatisation) and destroyed British industry, destroying working-class communities in the process)

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