and I will walk away from all ‘photo opportunities’Home by Mike Cunningham November 1, 2014 12 1 min 7 yrs Tweet Ever had one of those moments when you wished you were about five hundred miles away, with no bloody photographers around? Click to rate this post![Total: 0 Average: 0] BritPolitics Labour Post navigation Previous postNext post 12 thoughts on “and I will walk away from all ‘photo opportunities’” He’s saying: “here’s part of your fare home”. Just kidding – but if Ed were in Israel, that’s exactly what would happen. Btw, given that the recipient of the money isn’t a jew, did anybody check whether the coin was real? She must be an actor. All right thinking people know that immigrants are hard working, contributing to the economy and bringing much needed cultural enrichment to Britain’s barren cultural wasteland. Anyone who thinks she’s sitting on her arse begging for a handout is a knuckle dragging racist, oh yes. Allan@Aberdeen, “Btw, given that the recipient of the money isn’t a jew, did anybody check whether the coin was real?” Now Allan@, that was just a bit over the top, even for you! That bloke looks more like Robert Downey Jnr than Ed Milliband. I don’t know which of the 2 would feel more insulted at the comparison 🙂 Now Allan@, that was just a bit over the top, even for you! Just a tad – but given that jews donate principally to jews (there are entirely jewish charities) then why not have whites-only charities? Oops – I forgot: that’s ‘racist’. Allan Do you only ever see the ‘Jewishness’ about a person of that heritage ? Ed Milliband is not seen and does not practise or relate to Jewishness anywhere near as much as you imply. Colm – firstly he donates a 2p coin to a non-jew. But as Milliband himself says… http://www.thejc.com/news/uk-news/116255/miliband-i’ve-never-felt-closer-jewish-community He told guests at the Community Security Trust’s annual dinner on Wednesday: “I feel more part of the Jewish community than at any other time in my life”. Of course he would say that, he’s a vote grabbing politician seeking support. It doesn’t mean he’s a paid up member of the Zionocracy ! Colm – I reckon that it does. http://www.thejc.com/news/uk-news/117346/ed-miliband-israel-jewish-homeland Mr Miliband described Israel as “the homeland for the Jewish people” during a meeting with Hebrew University of Jerusalem students on Thursday is that Zionist enough? Israel is the homeland for the Jewish people. That’s just a bland statement of fact. It’s not the homeland for the world’s Hindus is it ? Ed Milliband is not seen and does not practise or relate to Jewishness anywhere near as much as you imply. At 7.10pm it is shown that he is. It doesn’t mean he’s a paid up member of the Zionocracy ! At 7.22pm it is shown that he is. Israel is the homeland for the Jewish people. That’s just a bland statement of fact. It’s not the homeland for the world’s Hindus is it ? Colm – you got me there. I am unable to show that Israel is home for the world’s Hindus. Then again, I didn’t say that it was. What we see in this picture is a man not only taking the ‘sudden’ opportunity (look at his body language) of having his photo taken giving to someone who: a) should not be here. b) would not be able to vote for him. But, as one of our law makers, is in fact showing both his ignorance of the law and indeed his contempt for it, by breaking it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vagrancy_Act_1824 If he was a good, decent and upstanding citizen, who believed in the rule of law, he would not act in such a way as to encourage its breaking. Not only does this show that this man is unfit to be a leader of a political party and potential candidate for PM but, it also shows that he is unfit to sit in the HoC. A very sad and disturbing picture. Much like the man himself. Comments are closed.