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The Sergeants Affair. July 1947

The Sergeants Affair
In July of 1947, Jewish Terrorist of the Irgun (Etzel) kidnapped two British Army Intelligence Corps NCOs, Sergeant Clifford Martin and Sergeant Mervyn Paice. In what became known as the "Sergeants affair", the two NCO's were subsequently murdered and their bodies were left hanging in a government forestry reserve between Nathanya and Tel Zur.
The bodies had been booby trapped, which injured another British officer as they were cut down.


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Not in my name

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/boris-johnson-mocked-clapping-like-18669184
Boris Johnson mocked for 'clapping like a seal' as he is named as new Prime Minister
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO! Boris (the buffoon) Johnson has been elected as leader of the Conservative party with just 92,153 of the conservative party members voting for him. This equates to 0.13% of the British population.By the vagaries of the British electoral system, Tweddle Dumber, the racist, sexist and homophobic dunderhead, prone to gaffs and stupid actions moves into number 10 Downing Street, where he will be called Prime Minister. He replaces Theresa May in that role where she too was installed by "coronation", on election unopposed.
Both May and Johnson, have no legitimacy as Prime Minister as there has been no mandate from the British people by way of a general election. Only 92,153 people voted for Johnson and the rest of us, all 46.8 million, were not even asked.
He may be Prime Minister to some, b…

22nd July 1946. King David Hotel Jerusalem. attacked by Jewish terrorist organisation Irgun

King David hotel, Jerusalem, Palestine.
The King David Hotel in Jerusalem, was attacked by the Jewish terrorist organisation Irgun, on the 22nd July, 1946. Menahem Begin, prime minister of Israel from 1977-1982, was one of the Irgun’s early leaders and as commander of the Irgun in 1943, Begin is believed to have been responsible for planning and executing the King David Hotel attack.Ninety-one people were killed; among them were twenty-eight British, forty-one Arabs, and seventeen Jews.



The coalition of reactionaries must not be allowed to win

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jul/19/jewish-leaders-accuse-labour-of-letting-off-antisemites
Jewish leaders accuse Labour of 'letting off' antisemites

We must not allow the coalition of reactionaries who are now hammering the anti Corbyn anti Labour party message, to prevail over the vast majority of Labour party members. From the House of Lords, through the Board of Deputies of British Jews, the Jewish Leadership Council, the Jewish Labour Movement, and other outside pressure groups, certain members of the Parliamentary Labour Party and individual within the party generally, orchestrated and encouraged by the media with Sky News and BBC at the front, these forces are all shouting the same message that Corbyn must go and that the Labour party must change course. We must fightback. They must not be allowed to win.Having at last found their most effective means of criticism and after many attempts to overthrow the leadership with other tactics, the revisionist force…

The "dream team" of the anti Labour anti Corbyn conspiracy. Whistle blowers retain Mark Lewis.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jul/13/whistleblowers-to-sue-labour-as-antisemitism-row-deepens
Whistle-blowers to sue Labour as antisemitism row deepens Two of the "whistle-blowers" trotted out by the Panorama programme last week, are suing the Labour party because they believed the party had defamed them in its response to their claims. It is interesting to note that the pair have instructed the prominent media lawyer Mark Lewis to act on their behalf. Lewis who now lives in Israel with partner Mandy Blumenthal, has a remarkably chequered career having been subject of a formal complaint to the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), and also a Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal found that Lewis had sent “offensive and profane messages”, including a number of “death-wishes”, and he was ordered to pay a fine of £2,500 and £10,000 in costs. It should come as no surprise to anyone that this solicitor has been retained by Sam Matthews and Louise Withers Green (the two &q…

Skulking behind a cloak of hypocrisy.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/labour-mps-say-panorama-heartbreaking-17891155
Labour MPs say Panorama 'heartbreaking' as party brand it 'not fair or balanced'
On 28th June I wrote a piece under the heading of "They should at least be honest". I have always held the view that hypocrisy is an abhorrent feature of society, which should be condemned. However last night's Panorama had hypocrisy in spades. Almost from the start, film of John Mann hysterically berating Ken Livingstone about comments Livingstone had made in connection with Hitler and Zionism filled our screens. Although the hysterical Mann managed to ensure that he was always in shot, as he looked round to check that the camera was at the correct angle for him. What followed was a procession of "whistle blowers" lined up to give their stories, sometimes in lurid detail of how they were abused with antisemitic intimidation and how they were unable to continue with their roles in La…

A people betrayed

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jul/07/greeks-choose-between-beach-and-ballot-in-first-post-debt-bailout-pollLandslide victory for centre-right New Democracy.
In January of 2015, the people of Greece went to the polls and elected Syriza under its leader Alexis Tsipras. This was against the background of an economy crippled by austerity inflicted under the ruling coalition of New Democracy and its partner Pasok. The austerity measures imposed on Greece came from European bankers, the IMF, the German government and from Brussels and had been in place for many months. One bail out loan after another attracted even more severe austerity measures driving the Greek economy even further into the ground. The arrival of Syriza and Alexis Tsipras, promised an end to this ongoing lunacy imposed by he TROIKA , and within hours of Syriza winning the election, Alexis Tsipras said, ""The verdict of the Greek people ends, beyond any doubt, the vicious circle of austerity in our coun…