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Debunked: the Islamophobic propaganda that perverted Parliament’s Gaza vote

Islamophobia: what’s the best way to end it? We could start by getting rid of Islamophobic MPs who may be influenced by the government of Israel.

What an eye-opening thread.

Voters in the constituencies represented by the pro-Israel MPs mentioned below may wish to transfer their loyalties to candidates who don’t have the shadow of Zionism hanging over them.

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Israel’s UNRWA ‘tunnel’ smear collapses as ‘Hamas’ gear revealed as solar power kit | SKWAWKBOX

This is a few days old now, but worth keeping handy because Israel’s apologists and spokespeople are still reeling out the lie that there are Hamas tunnels under any Gaza building the IDF targets:

Israel’s appalling – and woefully inept – propaganda has been exposed again after the Israeli military showed reporters around what it claimed was a ‘Hamas tunnel’ under the Gaza HQ of UN aid agency UNRWA.

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A video published by Fox News of the tour revealed green boxes on the walls of the supposed ‘tunnel’ – but as former diplomat Craig Murray pointed out, the boxes are not supposed ‘terror’ equipment. Instead, they are solar power converters kept in a cellar to keep them cool as they process energy from solar panels above – and the wires leading from them into the UNRWA building were there to send the converted electricity up into the HQ, as you’d expect.

Despite the ease of checking what the IDF claimed – and the IDF’s long record of ridiculous lies and smears – the so-called ‘mainstream’ media have tamely parroted the lie.

Israel’s attempts at propaganda have routinely been exposed almost as soon as they were uttered … Just as routinely, western governments and media continue to regurgitate the lies without fact-checking, or just as likely in full knowledge that they are lies.

Source: Israel’s UNRWA ‘tunnel’ smear collapses as ‘Hamas’ gear revealed as solar power kit – SKWAWKBOX


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Tories lose two more by-elections – but don’t believe Labour’s propaganda

The ballot box: it seems democracy in the UK has fallen to such a pitiful state that our governments are formed according to the number of people who DON’T vote, rather than the number who do.

Labour has won two more by-elections – but don’t be fooled by the party’s propagandists; Keir Starmer’s cronies only took the seats because disillusioned Tory voters stayed away from polling stations.

The polls were held in Wellingborough and Kingswood, after the recall of Peter Bone and resignation of Chris Skidmore (both of the Conservative Party) respectively.

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Wellingborough has an electorate of 79,376 people – but only 30,145 turned out to vote in the by-election. That’s about 38 per cent – less than half the total.

How can an election result based on such a low turnout be said to represent the will of the majority? The majority didn’t want to vote for any of the candidates!

Turnout was also 21,768 down from the 51,913 in the 2019 general election.

Looking at the numbers for each party, we see that Labour had 13,844 votes on February 15, 2024 – up from 13,737 in 2019… by just 107 votes. As a proportion of the total electorate, that represents a swing to Labour of just 0.1 per cent from 17.3 per cent of the electorate to 17.4 per cent.

So we can see that the reason Labour won, as has been the case in many recent by-elections, is not because that party has become more popular but because the Conservative vote collapsed. In 2019, 32,277 people voted Tory (41 per cent of the electorate), compared with 7,408 on February 15 (nine per cent). So that’s a percentage drop of 32 per cent.

As for Gen Kitchen, the new Labour MP: she cannot claim to represent a majority of Wellingborough’s electorate because 82.6 per cent of that electorate – 65,532 people – did not want her to be their MP.

Let’s move on to Kingswood, where the result was even worse – for both main parties.

The electorate is said to be 65,543 people but only 24,905 turned out to vote on February 15 – so, again, that’s about 38 per cent of the total. It’s a fall of 40,638 voters.

And the vote for both Labour and the Conservatives collapsed. The only reason Labour’s Damian Egan won is that his party’s vote didn’t fail quite as badly as the Tories’.

In 2019, Labour had 16,492 votes (24 per cent of the electorate at the time). On February 15, this fell to 11,176 votes (17 per cent of the electorate). That’s a fall of 5,316 votes (seven per cent)

But the Conservative vote fell from 27,712 (40.2 per cent) to 8,675 (13.2 per cent) – a massive 19,037 (27 per cent) drop.

Again, it may be said that, with 62 per cent of the electorate not turning out and 83 per cent not voting for that party’s candidate, Labour cannot be said to have a mandate in that constituency. Can it?

And people know.

Look at the comments on ‘X’:

What a disaster for democracy.


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Here’s how Israel’s mouthpieces are spinning the ICJ ruling – and how to debunk it

Spokespeople for the Israeli government and military are trying to claim that the International Court of Justice found in that country’s favour because it did not support a ceasefire between Israel and Gaza but instead called on Israel to cease any activities that may possibly correspond to definitions of genocide:

Note that Israel’s liar-in-chief, Eylon Levy, claimed that the ICJ called for Israel to abandon any rescue of the hostages taken by Hamas on October 7 last year. This is a lie. The ICJ made a very clear demand for the hostages to be returned to Israel, safe and well.

So there you have it: Israel’s spokespeople and mouthpieces want you to think the ICJ ruling was a victory for them.

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The fact is different. Here’s how you debunk the claims of these distortionists:

Indeed. Please spread this response as widely as you find necessary to combat the falsehood.


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Nat-C true believer Miriam Cates’s Rwanda comment explains why we won’t vote Tory any more

Miriam Cates: the mouth is flapping but the mind is vacant.

Miriam Cates is a true-blue National Conservative – or Nat-C, for short.

Like most Nat-Cs, she seems to subscribe to the belief that propaganda is always better than fact.

How else are we to explain her words about Rwanda during a Radio 4 interview?

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Challenged on her claim that “Rwanda is a safe country”, she instantly changed her tune to the much lesser claim that “Rwanda is a country that we have a deal with”:

So Rwanda isn’t safe and she admits it. Didn’t she – very recently – vote in support of a Tory Bill that insists Rwanda is safe?

Isn’t that knowingly presenting a falsehood to Parliament?

Oh dear. If this is the quality of a Conservative’s word, then I won’t be supporting her party at the next election. Who would?


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Are these really the BBC’s new impartiality rules?

Is this for real?

And if it is, do you think these new rules are good ideas?

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Has anybody seen propaganda adverts from Israel on YouTube?

Interesting message from a friend:

“I see Israel is so desperate that it’s putting ADVERTS during videos on YouTube saying ‘Hamas burned civilians alive’. I’ve never seen anything like it!”

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Of course the claim that Hamas burned civilians alive is hotly disputed. Such an advert would be nothing but a propaganda tool for a genocidal power that wants to brainwash us into believing something that isn’t true – otherwise there would be no reason for it.

I haven’t seen these adverts. Have you?


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Why would an IDF soldier find Hitler on a Palestinian teenage girl’s iPad?

To explain the headline: the question isn’t about why a teenage Palestinian girl would have Hitler on her iPad (do we really believe that?) – it’s about what an IDF soldier was doing, rooting around in a Palestinian teenage girl’s room:

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Don’t wait for it – here’s the video, together with a biting response that makes mincemeat of this latest Israeli propaganda exercise:

One would expect the Israeli propaganda machine to have learnt from its mistakes, especially after the last two-and-a-half-months of them in the Gaza genocide campaign!

But no.

Spread this around. These creeps have no shame (clearly; especially the uniformed creeps going through teenaged girls’ belongings) but the more people know about this internationally, the worse they will look.


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Two months into the conflict with Gaza (NOT Hamas), Israel’s stories are falling apart

The following sets the tone for this article:

We can’t trust what the Israeli authorities say about their war in Gaza because their accusations don’t make sense and aren’t backed with any credible evidence.

Sadly, they’re supported by liars in the UK government. Here’s Chris Philp saying the government won’t pass evidence of war crimes to the relevant authorities:

The International Criminal Court is investigating the possibility that both Hamas and Israel have committed war crimes. If the UK doesn’t pass on information about such matters, is it not perverting the course of justice?

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Now, how’s this for deception?

Israel has also been accused of turning Palestinian civilians’ survival into a game – sending images of a numbered grid superimposed on a map of Gaza and telling civilians to move to particular numbered areas to avoid being bombed or involved in conflict.

There’s just one problem: Israel has bombed the places where it sent people.

Challenged over where Palestinians should go to be safe, former Israeli diplomat and politician Michael Oren said the problem was that Hamas personnel were going to the designated safe zones as well.

Isn’t the problem actually that Israel could not be trusted to keep its word?

Note also that this means Israeli claims that it is not targeting civilians are false.

One former prime minister of that country has laid the blame at the feet of his own government:

Meanwhile:

Sadly, the spokesman for Israel’s most powerful ally, the United States, seems happy to let the slaughter continue:

He absolutely refuses to condemn the actions of Israel’s armed forces, and instead condemns Hamas for mingling with civilians. And he refuses to condemn Israel for targeting people in places that are intended not to be combat zones.

No wonder frustration is growing against the silence of Israel’s allies:

Meanwhile, more Israeli lies are being debunked. Here’s a former Gaza hostage:

So the hostages were attacked – by Israel – while they were in captivity and while Israel was claiming to be trying to get them back. Hannibal Doctrine, anybody?

Ah, but according to the United States, Israel does not intentionally kill Palestinians, so we must conclude that the spokesman believes it won’t intentionally kill its own citizens either. Right?

At ground level, this is what Israel’s armed forces are getting up to:

Another Israeli claim is that Hamas had no grievance with Israel prior to October 7 – that the attack on that date came out of the blue and had no provocation.

Here’s a report debunking that:

While this was being made clear, an Israeli reporter was merrily writing messages on tank shells intended for Gaza – and ordering a tank team to fire them, in the knowledge that they could kill civilians:

So much for the “Israel does not attack civilians” claim.

Economically, it seems the conflict is harming Israel:

But that hasn’t stopped Israel continuing to carry out ever-more-appalling acts. For example:

Here’s a news report about this:

If one of the detainees who was stripped and carted off was a journalist for a London-based Arab newspaper, then he can’t be a terrorist. Right?

Here’s the report:

Israel says all deaths are the responsibility of Hamas – but it seems clear that Israel could have prevented any deaths at all, from October 7 onwards.

And Israel says it is not targeting civilians – but if more civilians have been dying in this conflict than in any other, then at the very least, it seems this is unlikely to be true.

So Israel’s fairy tales about Hamas, and about its own behaviour, are falling apart. Why are the UK’s politicians still refusing to condemn this terror nation?


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Dis-Influencers: Israel’s secret fifth-column* pushing lying anti-Palestine propaganda

Dis-influencers: they try to flood your social media with falsehoods, to blind you to the facts.

What connects these social media phenomena?

  • A post falsely suggesting that images of parents mourning their babies were of actors with dolls.
  • A clip said to be of a Palestinian nurse in a Gaza hospital, saying that Hamas had a base there and she sympathised with Israel.
  • A clip showing a car doing doughnuts in a US street, the passengers waving what were described as Palestinian flags (there was actually a flag of Cuba).
  • A claim that pro-Palestinian activists planted material on a Canadian university campus to increase anti-Semitic feeling.

They’re all examples of dis-influencer activity, according to Marc Owen Jones, an associate professor in Middle Eastern Studies.

Dis-influencers are people who try to influence others with disinformation – information that they know is false but deliberately present to others as factual in order to mislead.

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The Israeli government and its cheerleaders are heavily involved in dis-influencer activity, it seems – as explained in the following video interview with the UK journalist, also called Owen Jones:

This Writer reckons Marc Owen Jones makes a good point.

The ‘doll’ story was picked up and published as factual by the Jerusalem Post, which subsequently published this retraction:

… as spotted by Marc Owen Jones:

Look at the comments by the reporter, quoted below. Totally unrepentant. I wonder whether this person has changed their tune now:

The claim in the video was that we can’t tell who starts these falsehoods because they are picked up and spread by so many mouthpieces. This seems to be borne out by the following:

I’m sure you get the point.

The argument put forward by Marc Owen Jones – and Owen Jones – is persuasive.

So next time you see someone making bold claims about the depravity of Palestinians, Gazans, and/or Hamas… don’t be too quick to believe it. And see if it isn’t debunked within days – or even hours.

*For clarity, I’m aware that a fifth column is actually “a group within a country at war who are sympathetic to or working for its enemies”, but it seems the closest description of what these people are. Is there a word for a group within one country who spread lies in order to further another country’s interests?


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