The CST is the C18 of British Zionism and is run via the foreign affairs section of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, has on its payroll the ex-Metropolitan Police Chief Sir Paul Stephenson and is in effect the only para-military organisation in the UK that is above the law.
David Toube is a weasel, or a solicitor, as they are usually known.
Therefore his first trick in the article below was to seek to divert attention from the CST by quoting yours truly as a way to smear the opponents of the CST as 'fascists' which apparently is what I am - though such a statement from Toube is of course evidence that he is an idiot, not that I am a 'fascist'.
Only crooks, scoundrels and idiots conflate Nationalism with Fascism.
I am a NATIONALIST not a Fascist or a Zionist.
As a Nationalist I have to support the right of all nations, including Israel, to defend themselves as they see fit from all internal and external threats to their national security. If I was a Nationalist that did not support the right of Israel to exist or to defend their own national security as they see fit then that would make me an anti-semite, as to support the principle of nationalism and then not extend that principle to Jews, would of course be anti-semitic.
As a nationalist I believe that both the Jews and Arabs, Palestinians and Israelis have the same right of national self determination as the other and that both have the same rights to defend their own internal security.
As a British Nationalist though I see the threat of Islamist groups like Hezbollah and Al Qaeda as direct security threats to the British national security interests as their agenda includes the destruction of Britain, the British way of life and the imposition of Islamism as part of their plans for a global caliphate.
Therefore when I see such groups being crushed like bugs anywhere in the world then I cheer, as that means the advance of the global Islamist uprising has suffered another setback. The wave has been stopped before it got to our shores.
This means a real threat to Britain has been stopped.
Though of course such logic escapes well paid maggots like Toube whose 'principles' are those of a whore and depends upon which organisation is paying for his services at the time. In this case the CST is of course.
As a Nationalist I see the CST as the thin edge of a very dangerous wedge.
The Brownshirts of today may wear the Star of David on their armbands, but tomorrow they will wear the flag of Islam on their armbands.
The CST is a threat to British National Security as it allows other groups to form similar para-military organisations in this country to replace the role of the police in our communities.
If the CST is the only organisation granted some 'government and police dispensation' to form such a militia then this is proof that the Zionists in the UK run the police and government.
If other communities such as Islamist Muslims, The Nation of Islam and Neo-Nazis are not allowed to form their own para-military organisations then this will be direct and incontrovertible proof that the tentacles of the Zionists control our democracy.
Therefore in order to ensure that Islamist Muslim, Nation of Islam and Neo-Nazi militias are not set up, which they will be one day, - then the CST must be proscribed and banned from our country.
The existence of the CST is regulated by a principle in law of reciprocity - in that as Zionists have the right to set up their own militias then ALL OTHER COMMUNITIES IN THE UK DO AS WELL.
If the police sought to prevent non-Zionist groups from forming their own militia's then the police would in breach of the principle of community equality and therefore unable to stop them - even if they wanted to.
The existence of the CST therefore validates the formation of endless similar para-military groups in our society or in the alternative confirms finally for everyone to see that the government / police serve the interests of Zionism above that of British citizens, British law and our national security.
Toube though was not paid to say that.
As a well paid legal maggot his remit was to seek to slur anyone who dared defy the existence of the CST as anti-semitic fascists.
The time when being called an anti-semite by a Zionist though had any power is long over - seeing as the over whelming majority of anti-semitic murders in the world today are perpetrated by the Israeli army on semite Palestinians in places like Gaza.
The only real anti-semites in the world today are the Zionists in the IDF.
Therefore the anti-semites of British Zionism require their well paid attack maggots like Toube to once in a while go on a frothy slime attack on anyone their Zionist anti-semite paymasters tell them to attack.
In todays Orwellian world where war is peace ( Iraq and Afghanistan ) then we should not be too surprised that maggots like Toube try and wrap their anti-semitism in an Israeli / Zionist flag and call it 'self defence'.
The CST are the equivalent of Combat 18, just better paid and protected by the state.
I see the CST as an equivalent threat as Al Qaeda in the UK - just that whilst Al Qaeda hide, the CST sups with lords, coppers and the rest of the corrupt Establishment lickspittles.
The militia's of foreign powers or insane religious cults should not be allowed to organise in our own country.
Therefore the CST should join Al Qaeda on the list of proscribed organisations in the UK - and its spokesman David Toube regarded with as much loathing as those hook handed nutters spoUting Al Qaeda rubbish in the media.
Zionism and Islamism are the mirror images of each other - and both of them have no right to exist in the UK in any way, shape or form.
Those that run such organisations are agents of foreign powers or the Global Jihad and should be deported from the UK.
The Community Security Trust is a cross-denominational Jewish organisation, which provides advice on protecting religious and communal buildings and events from attack.
Now, there are a number of people who have it in for the CST, for example the British National Party's Lee Barnes, who calls the CST a "Zionist paramilitary militia" and a "shadowy racist organisation":
Last week the CST put 500 troops on British streets to patrol two parades to celebrate Israel; They call them volunteers, I call them a militia ... a Zionist paramilitary militia.
Barnes may appear mad to you, as indeed he is. However, he was merely echoing the sentiments of Ken Livingstone, who in 1984 claimed that the Board of Deputies was organising "paramilitary groups which resemble fascist organisations".
Antony Lerman is also vexing about the CST. He doesn't think that it is a paramilitary fascist organisation. Rather he thinks that it is a waste of money, an expression of misplaced priorities and potentially even harmful to the development of a self-confident Jewish identity. I can't tell why he feels so strongly about the CST, but he does. Lerman argues:
It could hardly be the CST's wish to frighten people so much that they withdraw into themselves and curtail the kind of public expression of Jewish culture that is an essential part of the multicultural tapestry of British society. And yet there must be a danger of this happening, if it's not happening already.
Lerman riffs on his response to "an online survey of the views of Jewish leaders and opinion-formers in 31 European countries on the major challenges and issues concerning European Jewish communities":
Asked what were the most serious threats facing their communities, they ranked antisemitism ninth in a list of 12 items. The first eight threats were all internal: for example, loss of Jewish identity, lack of Jewish knowledge and declining numbers.
Lerman's conclusion is that concern about antisemitism is misplaced and damaging:
I can't help feeling that it's partly the exaggeration of the severity of the threat of antisemitism which provides fertile ground for the circulation of stories and rumours suggesting that the authorities have cravenly appeased antisemites, stories that either have no basis in fact or are distortions of reality
His remedy is as follows:
It seems obvious that the CST should take a special initiative and put some of its surplus cash into struggling groups who are working in myriad ways to improve community relations between Jews and others.
This is an odd argument. I can think of no reason why one couldn't support both interfaith and anti-racist projects. Loads of people do both. You pays your money and makes your choice.
Lerman also believes that talking about antisemitism makes Jews frightened, and that this is a bad thing. However, as Lerman points out, the religious leaders whose views were surveyed were evidently not preoccupied by racism to the exclusion of all other issues. Lerman seems to be worrying, merely, that one day Jews might get too frightened about antisemitism. Even though this isn't, in fact, happening.
The bottom line is this. Britain is not a country in which antisemitism is widespread among ordinary people. Nobody sensible would suggest that it is. The CST does no such thing. It merely collects and publishes data on those attacks which do happen, while advising those who ask, how best to stay safe.
The concern, rather, is that there are a number of extreme groups that are peculiarly fixated with Jews, some of which are given to violent and apocalyptic rhetoric, some of which are terrorist organisations that have carried out spectacular attacks on Jews inside and outside Israel.
When Hamas says "they have legitimised the killing of their people all over the world by killing our people", you really should take it seriously. It isn't scaremongering to say so. The Operation Crevice bombers had a list of synagogues and Jewish organisations, when arrested. Bombs in Buenos Aires, Ghriba and Istanbul say that Lerman's complacency is misplaced.
Certainly there are countries in which antisemitism is very much part of the religious and political culture. The leaders of very many Muslim countries have openly expressed antisemitic views. Middle Eastern television routinely shows defamations, including incitement to religious genocide by clerics and shows like The Diaspora.
However, in secular, tolerant Europe – with the possible exception of Spain – the problem isn't widespread popular antisemitism. Rather, what we have seen is an increasing tolerance of certain sorts of antisemitism. A section of progressive thought that I think of as the "London Review of Books left" has worked very hard to push two theses. First, that there is a huge and incredibly powerful Jewish lobby. Second, that the apparent genocidal antisemitism of Islamist groups isn't really something to be concerned about, or is exaggerated, or is best understood as "resistance", or is otherwise to be played down.
The downplaying of Islamist antisemitism, the provision of alibis for genocidal racists, the painting of any anti-racist that takes antisemitism seriously as part of a sinister Zionist plot.
It is that casual attitude towards antisemitism that depresses me most of all.