Israeli president Shimon Peres’s remark that the “English are “anti-Semitic” is highly insulting but is valuable because it starkly reveals the irreconcilable dichotomy of Lib-Lab-Con foreign and domestic policies.
Mr Peres’s comment is not shocking in itself — as Israelis tend to automatically dismiss any criticism of Israel as “anti-Semitism,” which it is not — but his follow-up remark, that the increasing number of Muslim voters in Britain will inevitably have an effect on British politics, is extremely accurate.
Mr Peres, who was awarded an honorary knighthood by the Queen in 2008, said that England's attitude towards Jews was Israel's "next big problem.”
"There are several million Muslim voters, and for many members of parliament, that's the difference between getting elected and not getting elected," he said.
There can be no doubt that the steady swamping of Britain through Third World immigration and Islamification will indeed change the face of this country and its foreign policy forever.
An Islamified Britain and Europe will be disastrous for Israel as the Jewish state’s support base in Europe (and ultimately America) will vanish and be replaced by Third World-dominated regimes which will be highly hostile to Zionism.
Over the long term, this will lead to the cutting off of the massive foreign aid handouts to Israel from the United States of America, upon which the Zionist state depends for its survival.
In that sense, Mr Peres’s remarks are spot on. The Islamification of Britain and the West will be Israel’s “next problem.”
However, Mr Peres’s further comments that “England was deeply pro-Arab ... and anti-Israeli" and “always worked against us [Israel]” are staggeringly incorrect and deeply insulting.
On the contrary, the continuing Middle Eastern wars into which Britain is always dragged are driven primarily by a British subservience to American foreign policy.
American foreign policy was exposed as being completely dominated by the right-wing Zionist lobby in America (which is a coalition of Likud-supporting Zionists and fundamentalist Christian organisations) in the 2007 New York Times bestseller book The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy by John Mearsheimer, Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago, and Stephen Walt, Professor of International Relations at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
As a result, the dichotomy of Lib-Lab-Con policies has emerged: on the one hand, a pro-Israeli foreign policy (ungratefully dismissed by Mr Peres) combined with a domestic policy of encouraging Muslim immigration from nations with whom Israel is in conflict.
Thus Britain finds itself offering sanctuary to massive numbers of Pakistani nationals while that country does not even recognise Israel’s existence and is sworn to destroy it.
Mr Peres’s remarks therefore need to be seen in context: he is correct in pointing out that demographic change here will influence British foreign policy against Israel, but he is most certainly wrong in asserting that current UK foreign policy is “anti-Semitic.” If anything, it is the very opposite.
The British National Party advocates complete neutrality in matters of foreign policy and demands the right to protect our nation from internal Islamic colonisation.
Only in this way can Britain be preserved from the disaster to which our nation is inevitably headed should it continue down the road mapped out by the Lib-Lab-Con liars.
Recommended reading: The Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy by John J Mearsheimer and Stephen M Walt. The book describes the lobby as a "loose coalition of individuals and organizations who actively work to steer U.S. foreign policy in a pro-Israel direction." The book "focuses primarily on the lobby's influence on U.S. foreign policy and its negative effect on American interests." The authors also argue that "the lobby's impact has been unintentionally harmful to Israel as well."
The authors argue that although "the boundaries of the Israel lobby cannot be identified precisely," it "has a core consisting of organizations whose declared purpose is to encourage the U.S. government and the American public to provide material aid to Israel and to support its government's policies, as well as influential individuals for whom these goals are also a top priority."
They note that "not every American with a favourable attitude to Israel is part of the lobby," and that although "the bulk of the lobby is comprised of Jewish Americans," there are many American Jews who are not part of the lobby, and the lobby also includes Christian Zionists. They also claim a drift of important groups in "the lobby" to the right, and overlap with the neoconservatives.
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