|Gordon Brown – Zionist, Liar|
|Gordon Brown – Zionist, Liar|
|Sunday, 28 December 2008|
"We will not leave our land, we will not raise white flags and we will not kneel except before God," - Ismail Haniyeh.
The Isrealis having blockaded Gaza illegally, broken the terms of a truce and killed countless civilians, the Palestinians are now facing another war with their occupier. Their only recourse will be to defend themselves and fight back.
The American government, having prior knowledge of the assault on the civilian population and infrastructure tried to play the role of world police by issuing a weasel-worded statement "The United States is deeply concerned about the escalating violence in Gaza. We strongly condemn the repeated rocket and mortar attacks against Israel and hold Hamas responsible for breaking the ceasefire and for the renewal of violence there. The ceasefire must be restored immediately and fully respected."
Gordon Brown, a self declared Zionist responded by deliberately inverting the facts about the massacre. "I am deeply concerned by continuing missile strikes from Gaza on Israel and by Israel's response today,"
Notice how Brown reverses the sequence of events. In reality the Palestinians were besieged, illegally by Israel. The Israelis stopped even basic humanitarian supplies entering Gaza. The Palestinians responded with crude missiles.
MPACUK have long championed the cause of the Palestinians. People will not be occupied without resisting with force. The Palestinians will never be stopped for their quest for justice. NOW IS THE TIME TO FIGHT.
When the General election comes ask yourselves how friendly is Gordon Brown to the Muslims? Also make sure you know and understand what the racist ideology Zionism is and what threat it constitutes to Muslims. Gordon Brown admits being a Zionist, he should be held to account for his racism.
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Brown is an apologist for israel, he will defend ANYTHING that isreal does, including the Christian & Muslim hating israelis using nukes in the West.
(1) 2008-12-28 19:19:10
Gordon Brown in Israel
A revealing visit
Jul 24th 2008 | JERUSALEM
From The Economist print edition
The prime minister balances heart with head in his foreign policy
Following in his father’s footsteps GORDON BROWN is not a naturally emotive politician. That habitual reserve made this week’s visit to Israel striking and intriguing. It featured an address to the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, on July 21st—the first by a prime minister of the old mandate-era power.
Mr Brown said that his father, a minister in the Church of Scotland, had a deep affection for Israel, which he visited frequently as chairman of the church’s Israel committee. Brown senior would show his son films he had taken on those trips. “I will never forget those early images of your home in my home”, said Mr Brown, adding that “for the whole of my life, I have counted myself a friend of Israel”. With a liberal admixture of biblical allusions, he talked about an “ancient promise redeemed” in Israel’s foundation, and its “unbreakable partnership” with Britain.
He has told the story before—and the enthusiasm does not go down well with everyone in the Labour Party. But in the Knesset it had a special resonance. Members applauded when he moved from Auschwitz to anti-Semitism and then to the threat from Tehran. “It is totally abhorrent for the president of Iran to call for Israel to be wiped off the map of the world,” Mr Brown said, reiterating Britain’s determination to prevent Iran getting a bomb.
The drawn-out and ugly political demise of Ehud Olmert, Israel’s prime minister, meant that Mr Brown’s visit got less attention in Israel than it perhaps deserved, though at least he avoided a clash with Barack Obama (unlike his visit to America earlier this year, when he overlapped with the Pope). After a meeting with Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, Mr Brown spoke of the “urgent need for…a viable Palestinian state.” And offering his “honest analysis” to the Knesset, he urged a two-state solution based on the 1967 borders, with Jerusalem the capital for both. Reflecting the distinctive economic slant of his foreign-policy thinking, he pledged that Britain would lead the way in supporting “an economic road map for peace”, citing Northern Ireland as a place where prosperity had discouraged violence.
Mr Brown visited Iraq on the same tour (and managed to get himself photographed in a pose that suggested he was manning a helicopter machinegun). Addressing his own parliament on his return, he anticipated a “fundamental change of mission in the first months of 2009”, with Britain’s role evolving from that of an occupier to an ally’s. That is code for a further withdrawal of the 4,100 British troops still in southern Iraq—though having previously advertised a withdrawal that turned out not to happen, Mr Brown was careful to avoid a specific commitment, and to stress co-operation with both the Americans and the Iraqi government.
But his trip to Israel was in its way more revealing. His heartfelt speech was followed by the Israeli national anthem, sung by the male members of the Knesset choir. The Speaker (herself a woman) apparently decided to weed out the women, for fear their singing might offend ultra-Orthodox Jewish members. Pandering to the ultra-Orthodox is a sure sign, in the contorted codes of Israeli politics, of the bloody succession struggle now in prospect, as Mr Olmert is forced out. Perhaps Mr Brown could take some comfort in the signs that at least one other prime minister is going through even harder times than him.
(2) 2008-12-28 21:13:01
"The Israelis stopped even basic humanitarian supplies entering Gaza. The Palestinians responded with crude missiles. "
The Palestinians have been lobbing ball-bearing packed rockets at civilians on a daily basis for the last eight years or so. I'd say it was the Israelis who were "responding." I'd say it looks like Israel has shown remarkable restraint - if you threw a punch at me I'd smack you into the dirt immediately, not sit there and take a slapping for a while. Maybe if Hamas didn't hide behind civilians the non-combatant casualties would be substantially lower? Still, keep up the delusional bias.
Not that I expect this to appear once moderated - can't have anyone disagreeing with your views, eh? Ah - you can't beat freedom of expression and thought, can you...?
(3) 2009-01-08 14:00:11