Sunday, 27 January 2013

Britain marks Holocaust Day

Sunday Times marks the Holocaust
UPDATED 15:35 28/01/2013

The week when we hear about Britain and France merrily bombing away at Malian cities without a care as to civilian casualties is also when the Sunday Times sees fit to publish an anti-semitic cartoon worthy of Der Stuermer or of anti-semitic cartoonist Latuff.

Anyone who defends Israel comes across British Holocaust obsessed people. The usual line is how could jews do to palestinians what was done to them, an obnoxious distortion of history by those who would like to repeat it.
This week saw another  British MP David Ward compare the Jewish state to the Nazi regime. Ward chose to reveal himself as an anti-semite whilst attempting to cover himself in the protective garb of the Holocaust, of having visited Auschwitz not once, but twice. He now feels he can speak out from behind his Auschwitz veteran's suit of armour; saying in effect 'I can't be anti-semitic because I pay homage to Holocaust victims', whilst not forgetting to draw the usual condemnation reserved for jews who, 'do to the poor palestinians what was done to them'.
 “Having visited Auschwitz twice– once with my family and once with local schools –… I am saddened that the Jews, who suffered unbelievable levels of persecution during the Holocaust, could within a few years of liberation from the death camps be inflicting atrocities on Palestinians in the new State of Israel and continue to do so on a daily basis in the West Bank and Gaza,”
This rider of , 'how could jews who were the victims now do the same to others' is all too frequent. It is a way for anti-semites to attack the Jewish People whilst purporting to show sympathy with the greatest massacre of all time. It is an attempt to compare Israel which has to defend itself in a war where every day, arabs try to kill jews with nazis who organised the premeditated annihilation of the Jewish People.

This British MP did not just one day emerge from the woodwork with such awful comments, but is the result of at least 40 years of arab propaganda in British universities, a system which has almost totally taken on board the myth of arab ethnic cleansing from Israel. The truth is of course the opposite, arabs make up 20% of Israel's population, but when arab countries invaded Israel in 1948 they loudly trumpeted their intention to commit genocide against the jews there.

 Reading Ward's website we see that he has been to Samaria and Judea. Ward doesn't say who paid for his trip (Raheem Kassam explains the funding behind this trip though; as ever saudi funded CAABU pops up), although his trip was filled with meeting with those who work against Israel on a daily basis, Ngo's such as Oxfam and Breaking the Silence, and of course a visit to an arab village blocked off by the security fence. Whilst berating the wicked Israelis for roadblocks and the fence which prevents access to the arab farmers reaching their lands, he forgets to mention the reason for the roadblocks and fence. No mention of the 1,000 israelis murdered by suicide bombers coming out of such villages as Ward visited. The security fence stopped the terrorists, but our British MP isn't interested in that. Wards job was to come to Israel and get more material for his preconceptions. Ward also met Mr Regev and unsurprisingly was totally unconvinced by anything Regev said to him. But at least Ward may now claim he looked at both sides. This anti-semite is a consummate propagandist if nothing else. As with his trips to Auschwitz he takes care to defend himself from criticism or any accusation of anti-semitism in service of  demonising jews and Israel. 
But Ward's comments on the Holocaust, in time for Holocaust Day 'outed' him, as just another jew hating Brit.

Ward seen with his activists serves a large muslim minority in Bradford .
Ward posted these ridiculous comments which reflect the depth of his indoctrination:
that of water control, the policy of controlling water is plain for all to see. As we drove along the road heading north we could see, time and time again, the small Bedouin farmers with bare, scrappy land on which there were a few goats or sheep whilst on the other side of the road we could for mile after mile see lush, green plantations and crops - surrounded by security fencing - that were being farmed by the Israeli settlers.

If this is not ethnic cleansing, then what is?
Beduin are nomadic, not farmers. Even when settled, they live by doing various businesses. So Ward's comments are strange, even for someone as convinced in his hatred of jews as he seems to be. Ward maybe feels that as he represents a large muslim minority constituency, attacking jews is the way to ingratiate himself with voters.

Ward has gained support from another British politician:

Chris Davies, Liberal Democrat MEP for the North-West of England, posted a message to Twitter, defending party colleague and UK Member of Parliament David Ward, who said last Friday that he is:
“saddened that the Jews (Oops- oh dear, little giveaway, that ethnic bloc of elders of zion. Don't call Chris Davies an anti-semite, he'll be only too happy to explain his words as being just a condemnation of 'zionists'....), who suffered unbelievable levels of persecution during the Holocaust, could within a few years of liberation from the death camps be inflicting atrocities on Palestinians in the new State of Israel and continue to do so on a daily basis in the West Bank and Gaza.”
'the Jews' - oh dear, a little giveaway, Davies is slipping into considering a whole people as belonging to that ethnic bloc of elders of zion, controllers of the world, those who no matter what their political or religious affiliations are really just, 'the Jews'. So don't call Chris Davies who's done the haj to Auschwitz an anti-semite, he'll be only too happy to explain his words as being just a condemnation of 'zionists'....
Davies posted a message Saturday on his personal Twitter account saying, “Lib Dem leadership quite wrong to 'reprimand' David Ward. Makes Nick look like being in Israel's pocket. In fact he is a fierce critic.”

Davies’ defense of Ward seems to follow his own expressed position from 2006.

"I visited Auschwitz last year and it is very difficult to understand why those whose history is one of such terrible oppression appear not to care that they have themselves become oppressors," Davies said at the time.

I'm now waiting for our 'moderate' arab friend, funder of the Munich Olympics massacre and serial holocaust denier Mr Abbas to make the pilgrimmage to Auschwitz.

British media present in Israel in droves ignore the daily arab incitement, the shootings, knifings and stonings of jews
The Sunday Times as with other mass media outlets does not publish daily palestinian arab attacks such as that today  and calls for genocide against jews, published on official Palestinian Authority TV and in its newspapers. The real attempt by arabs to commit a new Holocaust does not fit the message that British anti-semites wish to convey. That Israel has fought for its life even bore its independence, and will continue to do so for the forseeable future is of no interest.

Caroline Glick found out just what it is like to debate regarding Israel in front of a well heeled British mob last week. Having been shouted down and unable to put Israel's case before supposedly well educated people she does not feel that she wishes to set foot in Britain again. Such is the reality that is Britain. Demonise Israel and praise arabs who call for the destruction of Jews and Israel. That mob are the real nazis. Were heaven forbid Israel ever to be destroyed by arabs, such indoctrinated Brits would not even blink before saying, "they brought it upon themselves."

A tiny sample of anti-semitic Holocaust cartoons below play their part in using the greatest tragedy to befall the Jewish People as a way of demonising jews and Israel further, to prepare the way for the next Holocaust.

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