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Nazir Ahmed was convicted of dangerous driving, and went to prison, after killing someone in a motorway smash. He’s just been suspended by the Labour Party for blaming “Jewish-owned media organisations” for that imprisonment.

I note he wasn’t suspended from the party for killing someone.

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  1. He served all of 16 days for killing a serf I believe.

    A whole 16 days.

    Reason #3665 to hate and detest them just that little bit more.

  2. He’s just been suspended by the Labour Party for blaming “Jewish-owned media organisations” for that imprisonment.

    I wonder if he charged the cost of his Tin-foil hat to his expenses 😉

  3. Allan,
    I thought you were some kind of engineer,
    not Nazir Achmed’s Press Officer….

  4. What was the quote attributed to Voltaire again?

    To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize

  5. Let’s have a look at the influence which zionism has in the Labour Party through this referenced article:

    http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Labour_Friends_of_Israel

    Although one of Tony Blair’s first acts after becoming an MP in 1983 was joining LFI, the relationship truly developed in the early 90s, when as shadow Home Secretary, Tony Blair met Michael Levy at a private meeting at the latter’s house. Michael Abraham Levy is a former chairman of the Jewish Care Community Foundation, a member of the Jewish Agency World Board of Governors, and a trustee of the Holocaust Educational Trust. [7] According to Andrew Porter of The Business, Levy expressed his willingness “to raise large sums of money for the party” which led to a “tacit understanding that Labour would never again, while Blair was leader, be anti-Israel” [8].

    Given the fact that Levy has both a business and a house in Israel and his son Daniel used to work for Yossi Beilin – the former Justice Minister of Israel – speaks of a serious conflict of interest, especially when he is the man assigned by Blair to negotiate impartially with Palestinians and Israelis[12] The fact that Levy acted as a fundraiser for former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak casts further doubt on his capacity for impartiality.

  6. Allan

    Blair’s neo-con devotion to zionism has never been in doubt. But it does not follow that jews dominate our politics and our foreign policy. The real neo-cons (eg. Melanie Phillips) never cease ranting about the UK’s desertion of Israel and support for the Palestinians.

  7. Allan has
    the skin of a rhinoceros
    the humour of Eeyore,
    the fanaticism of a zealot
    and the misfortune to be a Scotsman.
    Could it get any worse?

  8. Peter – surely the fact that 80% of Conservative MPs are members of Conservative Friends of Israel (meaning that NOT being a member is a restriction on career development) is evidence of zio-domination of UK politics? Is there a ‘Conservative Friends of Australia’ for example?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/israel/9740044/The-cowardice-at-the-heart-of-our-relationship-with-Israel.html

    Some 80 per cent of all Tory MPs are members, including most Cabinet ministers. No other lobbying organisation – and certainly not one that acts in the interests of a foreign country – carries as much weight at Westminster. Every year, it takes a significant number of parliamentarians to Israel. Meanwhile, its sponsors play an important role in financing both the Tories nationally, and MPs at the local level.

    There is no doubt that the CFI has exercised a powerful influence over policy. The Conservative politician and historian Robert Rhodes James, writing in the Jerusalem Post in 1995, called it “the largest organisation in Western Europe dedicated to the cause of the people of Israel”. Its power has not waned since. On Tuesday, it hosted approximately 100 Tory MPs, including six Cabinet ministers, and a further 40 peers, at a lunch in central London. The speaker was David Cameron, who pronounced himself a “passionate friend” of Israel, making clear (as he has done in the past) that nothing could break that friendship.

    This speech can be seen as part of a pattern. The CFI can call almost at will upon the Prime Minister, Chancellor of the Exchequer or Foreign Secretary. The Palestinians enjoy no such access. They would be lucky to get a single Conservative MP in the audience for their events, and perhaps some moribund peer to make an address. There is no such organisation as the Conservative Friends of Palestinians.

  9. “surely the fact that 80% of Conservative MPs are members of Conservative Friends of Israel”

    That proves nothing Allan.
    How many toadies join things because they think it will advance their careers?

  10. Could it get any worse?

    A8

    This reminds me of the Stevie Wonder joke:

    “Heh Stevie, how tough did you find it in the music business, being blind from birth?”
    “Heh man, it could have been worse. I could have been black as well as blind!” 🙂

  11. The speaker was David Cameron, who pronounced himself a “passionate friend” of Israel, making clear (as he has done in the past) that nothing could break that friendship.

    Allan

    Fair point, but cheap words from Cameron. UK foreign policy has been (rightly) hostile to the illegal Israeli settlements on the west bank, and Israel does not regard the UK as a strong ally.

  12. “Heh man, it could have been worse. I could have been black as well as blind!”

    Hee hee

  13. “surely the fact that 80% of Conservative MPs are members of Conservative Friends of Israel”

    That proves nothing Allan.
    How many toadies join things because they think it will advance their careers?

    It says more than it appears. If a bloc has a stranglehold on who gets promoted within a wider group, that group is controlled by the bloc.

  14. Yes,
    but my point is how many of those people really believe it.
    Just like the Nazi/Communist/Facist Parties really.
    If you wanted to get on you showed yourself to be a keen party member.

  15. Just like the Nazi/Communist/Facist Parties really.

    Yes – zionism is similar. A good comparison.

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