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The apologists: Tories leap in to make themselves ridiculous over Islamophobia

Kemi Badenoch: she once told Sophy Ridge there’s no real Islamophobia in the Conservative Party – in the face of a mountain of evidence. Now it seems she – and others – are trying to confuse us about what Islamophobia IS.

When is Islamophobia not Islamophobia? When a Tory MP is trying to justify what another Tory MP has said, it seems.

After Lee Anderson’s Tory Party membership was suspended because he claimed Sadiq Khan had ceded the streets of London to Islamists, the official Tory line has been that what he said was wrong – factually inaccurate – and that he should have apologised. But his words were not Islamophobic.

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That position has hardened – a little.

But the clear Islamophobia of Anderson’s comments, which came after Commons Speaker Lyndsay Hoyle claimed (without evidence) that he had been told Muslims had threatened the lives of MPs, has been glossed over by Sunak and others:

Also glossed over was Liz Truss’s apparent support for Tommy Robinson (do I need to explain who he is?) after he was name-checked on a US political commentary show:

Fortunately, others take a somewhat more robust view of what constitutes Islamophobia:

It seems Sunak and the others are walking a tightrope over this issue because Anderson’s words are representative of the feelings of a majority of people in the Parliamentary Conservative Party. So, when he has been denying Islamophobia in his party, was he actually lying?

It’s irritating that representatives of Labour – who kicked off this wave of Islamophobia in the first place – have picked up on this:

And let’s not forget those other irritants – the media pundits. Some of them have been resurrecting the hoary old lie that the chant, “From the River to the Sea, Palestine will be free” is a Muslim call for genocide of Israel (in fact it’s nothing of the sort, although apparently a propaganda campaign – by Israel in the 1960s – has succeeded in persuading the TV idiots to think otherwise:

The threat of Islamophobia is fabricated.

The threat of fear – stoked by Islamophobic comments – is entirely real.

The threat to you is not Islamists or Muslim terrorists. The threat to you is coming from Conservative and Labour politicians who are filling the media with nonsense in the hope that you believe them. Do you?


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Condolences for Palestine’s ambassador amid fears that Israel is preparing worse atrocities

This Writer had no idea, when preparing my earlier article about the death of Sidra Hassouna, that she was one of the relatives mentioned by Palestine’s ambassador to the UK, Husam Zomlot, in the video clip of him that I used.

Here is his message confirming what happened:

And here is the video clip. In it, he states, “Israel has massacred from 60 to 100 – we don’t know the exact number because, still, people are under rubble including the family of my own – of my wife: her aunt, the husband, all the children, all the grandchildren are gone.”

Now we know they are gone forever – victims of the so-called Superbowl Massacre, in which Israel bombed a refugee camp in Rafah to provide fake cover for a fake rescue operation, to be able to say two hostages had been rescued (who had in fact been rescued days before).

This Site can only offer deepest sympathies to Mr Zomlot. Nobody should ever have to see the children of their family in the way he has been forced to see them, due to Israel’s brutal genocide – an atrocity that is made worse by the clear delight that the Israeli military forces take in killing civilian children, women and men (see my previous article).

I think of the children in my own family, and the younger friends I have, and I consider how I would feel if such savagery was inflicted on them. To understand the horror of what is happening in Rafah, you should do the same. And remember: there is no need for this to happen. There were always better ways of responding to the October 7, 2023 attack on Israel.

No: Israeli forces are murdering children and dismembering their bodies because they want to.

What else should we expect when their political leaders are encouraging them?

Such killings of female and child non-combatants are now routine, with white flags ignored by the IDF, as this Sky News report makes clear. Note also how the IDF refuses to comment on its atrocities when confronted with the facts:

Others have also offered condolences to Mr Zomlot – both public figures and members of the public:

Yes. Isn’t it strange that the UK’s prime minister, Rishi Sunak, has had nothing to say about this?

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In fairness, Foreign Secretary David Cameron has pointed out that, as the occupying power that controls everything going into and out of Gaza, Israel has a duty to civilians there:

But neither Cameron nor anybody else in the UK government is lifting a finger to stop the slaughter – instead we provide funds and weapons to Israel, and as such the UK is aiding and abetting genocide.

The public is speaking, though: there is a petition calling on the government to revoke all arms export licences to Israel. Please sign. This Writer has no doubt that the government will ignore it (money talks) but it may demonstrate the strength of public feeling if it gains a significant number of signatures:

It seems more – and worse – is on the way. With 1.5 million people now trapped in Rafah and Israeli forces closing in for a ground assault – on civilian children, women and men, remember – they have no way out.

Attacks on Rafah are already taking place, as we have seen, and the Israeli forces are also taking time to murder civilians who remain in other parts of Gaza. If anybody – especially our UK politicians – remains under any illusion that the IDF is under orders to protect civilians, you should unburden yourself of that illusion now.

For example: remember Nasser Hospital, which is a protected site under the Geneva Convention; it is a war crime to attack anybody there?

I already reported on the way a child was shot in front of the hospital, by snipers who then targeted anybody who tried to reach him.

It seems the IDF then sent a handcuffed Palestinian prisoner into the hospital to order everybody there to evacuate – and then they murdered him when he returned:

Meanwhile – apparently for fun – Israel bombed the hospital:

And now – faced with no choice – patients and civilians have left the hospital, under the waiting guns of the Israeli butchers. I fear that Mark Seddon’s words, below, may be prophetic:

The IDF’s actions have been condemned by Medicins sans Frontieres, who wrote:

Since the war in Gaza began, our medical teams and patients have been forced to evacuate nine different health care facilities in the Gaza Strip, after coming under fire from tanks, artillery, fighter jets, snipers and ground troops, or being subject to an evacuation order. Medical staff and patients have been arrested, abused and killed. Provision of healthcare and scaling up lifesaving assistance is being made impossible by the intensity of Israel’s bombings and shelling, as well as intense fighting.

Warring parties must always respect and allow unhindered access to medical facilities and their surroundings and protect medical staff and patients.

MSF reiterates its call for an immediate ceasefire that will spare the lives of civilians, allow adequate and vital access to food and other basic commodities, and re-establish the healthcare system on which the survival of the people of Gaza depends.

After This Site showed video of Israelis partying in the street in order to prevent aid from getting to Gaza, it seems others are moving to prevent it from entering by other routes:

Here in the UK, those of us who are of good conscience are still trying to make our own will clear, and push our leaders into doing the right thing.

So we boycott Israeli goods in our shops:

If you’ve got a mobile phone (who hasn’t, these days?) but don’t yet have the No Thanks app that tells you whether an item was produced by Israel and should be boycotted, get it from the Google Play store or other appropriate app store now.

And the Scottish National Party is forcing another ceasefire vote in Parliament, likely to happen as an Opposition Day motion next Wednesday (February 21).

Here’s Stephen Flynn, leader of the SNP in the House of Commons:

“History will judge all of us by our actions,” he says in the clip.

This Site’s actions are clear to all. Will you take action too?


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Will a Labour government be controlled by the United States?

Donald Trump and Keir Starmer: they’re supposed to have opposing ideologies but it seems that won’t matter – a UK Labour government will follow the lead of the government in the US, no matter who leads it.

David Lammy, Labour’s Shadow Foreign Secretary, has admitted that a government run by his party will remain locked together with the government of the United States – no matter who is running it.

This means even if a right-wing extremist, as some have claimed Donald Trump is, takes over in the White House, a Labour government will be happy to join with it on foreign affairs.

It’s another sign that Keir Starmer’s version of the Labour Party will not stand up for the majority of the people of the United Kingdom but will instead be a puppet of the wealthy vested interests that we are watching ruin the world – not just our country.

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He makes it sound so reasonable, too:


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Labour is planning to betray its supporters by cutting taxes for the rich

Taxes are for poor people: under Keir Starmer and Rachel Reeves, it seems this is the Labour Party’s attitude.

At a time when everybody with any sense is screaming for governments to tax the rich equitably, Keir Starmer’s Labour is promising to cut taxes for billionaires.

Look:

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Here’s where you can see Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves confirming the policy:

This is a Labour Party that has lost its way and may never find it again.


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You want a clear link between Israel’s rhetoric and genocide by soldiers? Here

The Israeli government has been trying to say there is no connection between the language used by its members and the actions of the IDF in Gaza, in an attempt to deny the accusation of genocide.

This is not true and here is the evidence.

Here’s a quote from Knesset Deputy Speaker Nassim Vaturi (below other Zionists who want to eradicate Gaza altogether):

Here’s Israeli President Isaac Herzog:

And here’s the result of their words:

Let’s have one more, to hammer the point home:

The politicians spoke and the soldiers acted. Together they are committing genocide in Gaza.

Keir Starmer’s response to Israel/Gaza is against Labour values

Complicit in genocide: do you agree with this description of Keir Starmer.

A devastating open letter to Keir Starmer from a group of British Palestinians who are Labour Party members has slammed his response to the Israel/Gaza conflict for opposing their party’s values.

The letter calls on Starmer to “rediscover your humanity”.

It states [boldings mine]:

We are horrified by your refusal to condemn Israel’s current indiscriminate bombing, imposition of a complete siege and planned land invasion of Gaza as war crimes. You appear to be supporting, if not encouraging, Israel in its genocidal actions against Palestinians, especially those in Gaza.

Rather than calling for an immediate ceasefire and lifting of the siege, you keep parroting ‘Israel has the right to defend itself’, a conveniently non-specific phrase.

Is killing more than 1000 children (to date) Israel exercising its right to defend itself? Is cutting off electricity, water, food and fuel following a 16-year siege so that we are on the brink of mass starvation and a collapse of Gaza’s health system examples of Israel defending itself? Is telling 1.1 million people to move from north to south Gaza and then bombing them when they have moved, a legitimate example of self-defence?

Or are they war crimes?

None of these actions are justified by the killing of civilians by Hamas.  We teach our children that two wrongs don’t make a right but this simple message seems to be beyond you. Instead, you encourage Israel on an eye-for-an-eye revenge path which will only lead to more violence and deaths on both sides. This is not the way forward to peace.

You also have had nothing to say about the Palestinian villagers in the West Bank who are being harassed and driven from their homes by armed Israeli settlers with the Israeli army standing by to crush any Palestinian resistance. The number of Palestinian fatalities there this year had exceeded 250 before Hamas’s attack on 7th October. Since then, these attacks have increased with at least three villages having been cleared//near-cleared and demolished, and an increase in the body count of more than 50 in a week.

Your statements and actions on the current tragic situation in Palestine-Israel are dramatically opposed to the values of peace, justice, equality and humanity that the Labour Party is supposed to uphold. You have badly damaged the reputation, perhaps fatally, of a Party that claims to support people fighting for freedom from occupation and oppression.

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Even in terms of the base morals of what needs to be done electorally to win power, your actions are irrational. Even if you win the next general election, you will have alienated minority ethnic communities that identify with the Palestinian struggle for freedom.

To add insult to injury, you have now banned elected Labour representatives and branches from attending protests in solidarity with the Palestinian people and said no motions can be discussed which oppose the leadership’s position on the current situation in the Middle East. The leadership’s position is totally at odds with that adopted at Labour Party conference last year.

In effect, you are aiming to silence Palestinian voices, including the estimated 20,000 British Palestinians living in Britain. And you are telling us that we can’t explain to fellow Labour Party members or the wider public how Israel in 1948/9 denied our father the right of return from studying in Britain back to Nazareth, where he was born and grew up, because he was an Arab, not Jewish but a Christian. This was not  an isolated incident but the policy that was applied to around 750,000 Palestinian refugees in the same years, often using brutal force, and a policy that continues to this day despite UN resolutions calling for the right of return of refugees.

You are saying that we cannot explain how our Palestinian relatives are discriminated against and are facing threats of ethnic cleansing. You are saying that we cannot argue for support for the non-violent BDS campaign which argues for Boycotts, Disinvestment and Sanctions to be applied to Israel until it ends the occupation and dismantles the Apartheid Wall, gives Palestinian citizens of Israel equal rights and supports the right of return of Palestinian refugees.

We understand that your policies have created an internal Party crisis with many Labour Councillors resigning or threatening resignation. We, however, will not resign, adopting the Palestinian tradition of steadfastness (sumud), and will fightback for Labour to return to the principles of internationalism, anti-racism, equality for all humans, anti-colonialism and choosing peace over war. We will work to have you removed from the leadership of the Party unless you genuinely return to these principles. Even if you expel us, we will continue to fight for Palestinian rights, for the only sustainable peace – peace with justice and equal rights for all who live in Palestine-Israel – and against Israel’s policies of apartheid, ethnic cleansing and genocide.

Source: Open letter to Sir Keir Starmer from 4 British Palestinians | Jewish Voice for Labour


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Tory liar refuses to admit her lie time and time again

Tory lies alert: yes, it’s a cartoon of David Cameron, so now you know that we’ve been catching Tories lying for at least eight years.

Here’s Clare Coutinho, Energy Secretary and Net Zero Secretary, and liar.

Apparently in her Conservative Propaganda Carnival – I mean, Party Conference – speech, Ms Coutinho told an extremely off-colour joke about the Labour Party planning to tax meat.

There is no Labour Party plan to impose a tax on meat, although I wouldn’t put it past Keir Starmer to have been writing the idea down on the back of an envelope if he heard about it.

Sophy Ridge from Sky News tackled her about it and she absolutely refused to give an inch:

That frozen expression on Coutinho’s face when she realises what she’s being asked is priceless. It’s a real rabbit-in-the-headlights moment.

And she can’t deny that she made it up.


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Keegan updates on RAAC in schools. Let’s keep this in case it’s disproved later…

Gillian Keegan: she has been out and about with a photographer and wanted to show us the pictures. Oh, and there’s some information about RAAC concrete in schools that may or may not be accurate.

Education Secretary Gillian Keegan has published an update on what she has been doing to resolve the problem of RAAC concrete causing schools to fall apart around our children.

Here it is, as provided on ‘X’. There may be problems with it already…

This Writer is sure that more than one per cent of all schools or colleges have RAAC concrete in them. It was widely used from the 1950s to the 1990s.

This means that it is likely that more than one per cent of all schools or colleges will suffer some form of collapse associated with RAAC concrete in the future. If the Department for Education is claiming that this is not likely to happen, then it is misleading people who are in danger – possibly fatally.

I state that merely as an observation. It will be for others to take action.

Note that she doesn’t actually say what these schools have done. Is it really that embarrassing for the DfE?

Here’s where you can find more words about what the government is doing.

Set them against any facts you know and see if they match up!


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Israel ‘reprimands’ Belgium after minister condemns destruction of Palestine villages

The Israeli government summoned Belgium’s ambassador for “reprimand and to provide explanations” after Minister for International Development Caroline Gennez said Palestinian villages are being “wiped off the map”.

She also said that periods of Israeli violence against Palestinians are shorter than in the past – but more frequent and intense, meaning the population no longer has “room to catch its breath”:

We all know what’s going on between Israel and Palestine; the cuckoo country is slowly destroying the neighbour whose land it desires – and is close, now, to finally achieving that goal.

It’s astonishing that Israeli politicians feel they can reprimand ambassadors of countries whose politicians voice the facts about it.

Belgium should be praised for standing up to the Israeli bullies – particularly the people of Liege who have severed ties with Israel over its abuse of Palestinians.

What a shame the UK government stands squarely behind Israel’s slow genocide of Palestine – and has passed into law measures to penalise our citizens who protest against it in any meaningful way.

Rishi Sunak just stops stopping oil – from our favourite correspondent

Over to our on-the-spot (he’s somewhere green) correspondent for a quick rundown of all the facts you need to know about Rishi Sunak’s new North Sea oil and gas drilling contracts:

(I thought you might enjoy this before I get festive about Sunak with an article about how upset the Tories have got about a photoshopped image of him handing over a badly-poured pint of beer – contrasted with the fact that they created a mechanism for pumping out lies about themselves. Coming soon!)


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