Saturday, 13 June 2009
The Zionist Faultline
The formation of a political party whose primary policy was the removal of Zionist influence from French national affairs and that stood in the recent French european elections, was a major historical moment.
A movement that united Conservatives, liberals, Nationalists, White Nationalists, Socialists, Communists, Anarchists, Monarchists, Jews, Gentiles, Constitutionalists, mainstream moderate Muslims and libertarians against the influence of Zionist groups in our society was a historic moment for it showed that the tectonic plates of politics are shifting - new alignements are underway, political and social forces shifting and new political forms emerging.
This is also a much required antidote to the power of organised Zionism which as a political movement unites Conservatives, Christians, liberals, Jews, Gentiles, Nationalists, Socialists, Communists, extremist Islamists who see the issue of Israel/Palestine as their best recruiting sergeant for young Muslims, Internationalists and liberals within our society - so in order to oppose such an entity a similar entity must be created.
Issues such Zionism, Globalism, Environmentalism, Islamism and national security issues are all Nationalist issues, and as such we will see increasing support from more disparate parts of the political spectrum.
The way I see it is simply put - One can be Pro-Israel but also Anti-Zionist, just as one can be Pro-Palestinian but also Anti-Islamist.
The existence of Israel must also be balanced with the existence of a sovereign Palestinian state. This is an historic inevitability, so Israel must allow it occur with immediate effect.
As a nationalist I believe the more nations exist in this world that still fight for their existence the better. That way the less control the supra-national institutions and global media corporations have.
Zionism as a nationalist movement within Israel is a legitimate nationalist political movement just as the nationalist movement for the creation of an independent Palestinian state within Israel is a legitimate manifestation of Palestinian nationalist resistance and struggle.
But when agents of Zionism excercise undue influence in British internal national political and foreign affairs - then that influence must be removed from our society.
If people that supported Hamas and an independent Palestine were able to exercise any undue influence on the British government, then they would simlarly have to be resisted. It is the ususrpation of our sovereignity that is the issue.
Those that act in a such way must either be loyal to Britain or leave, just as those who are loyal to Islamism instead of Britain must leave.
Both Zionism and Islamism are political movements that use religion as a pretext for geographical and demographic expansion.
If Zionism and Islamism wish to confront each other then the place for that is simply in the Middle East and not the UK.
Zionists must not be allowed to control our foreign policy, for that is itself an act of treason.
Those with dual loyalties seldom serve the interests of either.
Gordon Brown puts Israel lobbyist in charge of Britain's Middle East policy
By Redress Information & Analysis
11 June 2009
Britain’s prime minister has put a notorious pro-Israel lobbyist in charge of policy in the Middle East, Iraq and Iran, reaffirming his determination to continue with his Zionist policies even as his administration approaches the end of its life.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has appointed an Israeli agent of influence and proponent of genocide in Gaza to a key position at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Britain’s foreign ministry.
On 9 June, Ivan Lewis was given a major promotion in Mr Brown’s government when he was appointed Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office with responsibility for Middle East policy, Iraq, Iran, counterterrorism and Anglo-American relations. According to one source, he is now “just one step away from the cabinet”.
Speaking after his promotion, Mr Lewis said: “My responsibility for the Middle East peace process is particularly poignant. I have never hidden my pride at being Jewish or my support for the State of Israel”.
According to the Independent newspaper, Mr Lewis’s appointment has “raised eyebrows in the Foreign Office”. It said:
Lewis has a long history of interest in the region as vice-chair of the Labour Friends of Israel. Earlier this year, he became – not without controversy – one of the most outspoken political supporters of Israel's military assault on Gaza. Critics can't help but wonder how objective Lewis is likely to be in his new post.
Mr Lewis is also a trustee of the Holocaust Educational Trust, a body founded in 1988 by British pro-Israel lobbyists Greville Janner and Merlyn Rees with the aim of maintaining a culture of guilt and victimhood in British schools.
Ivan Lewis’s support for the racist state of Israel and for the genocide in Gaza is not the only example of his questionable morality.
In 2007, when he was junior health minister, he was forced to apologise to a civil servant, Susan Mason, after she told managers she was unhappy with the nature of their relationship.
It emerged that Mr Lewis, who at the time was 40 years old, had been sexually harassing Ms Mason, aged 23, with numerous smutty text messages. After complaining to her bosses, Mr Lewis’s victim was moved to a different job before resigning from the Civil Service. Speaking of her former boss, she said: "He wasn't the nicest man to work for."
A year earlier, Mr Lewis had walked out on his wife of 16 years, Juliette, and their two sons, aged nine and 11, in order to have an affair with a 50-year-old councillor, Margaret Gibb.