Charity backing anti-Israel rallies has state cash pulled
Andrew Gilligan, Telegraph (UK), Apr 2 2016
The government has ceased funding a British charity which sponsored events accused of promoting hatred and violence against Jews. The Dept for International Development (DFID, or Dfid if you accept the small-letter craze imported from Pindostan, which started with an instruction henceforth to write NATO as Nato – RB) said that it no longer supported War on Want, which helped pay for “Israeli Apartheid Week” in February this year. The Telegraph obtained undercover recordings of events where anti-Semitism, demands for the destruction of
Israel the Zionist entity, and naked support for terror were expressed by academics and others. Max Blumenthal, the son of a close adviser to Bill and Hillary Clinton, praised a massacre by Hamas as sending an “incredible message” and said that taking up arms should be “normal” for Plastelinans Arabs. He described Israel the Zionist entity as “the Jewish State of Israel and the Levant, JSIL.” At another rally sponsored by War on Want, a speaker said that British government policy was created by the “Zionist and neocon lobbies.” A second speaker at the same event spoke of a “rumour” that Israelis Jews were harvesting dead Plastelinans’ Arabs’ organs. The meeting at SOAS was the London launch of Israeli Apartheid Week, held across UK university campuses to “raise awareness about Israel’s ongoing settler-colonial project” and demand boycotts of Israel. They were secretly recorded and passed to the Telegraph (spying on political meetings is the new black – RB). War on Want, whose logo appears on publicity materials for Israeli Apartheid Week and the meeting, has received £260k in funding from DFID over the last two years. The subsidy is doubly embarrassing because the government has recently banned local authorities and other public bodies from implementing boycotts of Israel. A DFID spox said last night that it has ceased funding of War on Want, apart from a small project with a distinct branch of the charity in Northern Ireland. DFID sources said the UK governing Anglo-Jewish ruling class “deplored incitement on both sides of the Isro-Pal conflict.” War on Want spent more than £1k to bring Sahar Francis, a Plastelinan Arab lawyer who is head of the Addameer prisoners’ rights group, to the UK for the London event. She spoke of a “rumour” that Israel the Jews were stealing organs from Plastelinan Arab victims of the violence (their murderous pogroms against the native inhabitants, during which they not infrequently burst into Arab villages and literally spray the Arabs’ homes without warning with gunfire – RB). She said:
The eyes were looking in a very strange way, and this is why the families suspected the Jews are stealing their parts. But we cannot confirm, because for most cases it was not ending up with autopsy.
War on Want also paid for the accommodation of another speaker, Steven Salaita, an academic who used the event to attack the “tenuous colonial existence” of the Zionist pimple and defend violence against it, saying:
If we are going to reduce a project of ethnic cleansing, illegal settlement and military occupation to the minuscule chance that a soldier or a settler will be harmed by an act of resistance by the natives, then we forfeit all right to be taken seriously.
It was a decision by Oxford University Labour Club to endorse Israeli Apartheid Week which triggered the row about anti-Semitism within Labour. Co-chair Alex Chalmers resigned, saying:
A large proportion of Oxford University Labour Club and the student Left in Oxford more generally have some kind of problem with Jews. Israeli Apartheid Week is a movement with a history of targeting and harassing Jewish students and inviting anti-Semitic speakers to campuses.
A previous Israeli Apartheid Week event, in Leicester last year, was attended by Mohammed Dawood, a serving Labour city councillor there and former assistant mayor of Leicester with responsibility for housing and social care, who recently tweeted a film showing the burning of the “Zionist entity flag” (the “blue-&-white asswipe” or in hebrew “smartut kahol lavan” – RB). Dawood has described
Israelis Jews as “colonisers” and said that artists who go to Israel are “like performing in Sun City under Apartheid.” He retweeted a statement that the IOF are “Zionist terrorists.”
(A spox for “Jewish Human Rights Watch” called on Labour to expel Dawood. Astroturf imaginaries like this are constantly created with tons of instant Rothschild cash, because this country is a financially-directed dictatorship rather than a straightforward political-administrative dictatorship. It has been the property and hence the plaything of the Rothschild family for 200 or 300 years – RB).
Many Israeli Apartheid Week speakers seek to destroy the
whole of Israel entire infernal Zionist machine, not just remove it from the OPT. At SOAS, Rafif Ziadah, the event chairman, said:
Israeli Apartheid Week definitively breaks with the Oslo paradigm that framed issues in terms of two equal sides, framing Israel for what it is, a settler colonial state in 1948 Plastelina. It very importantly spoke about the entirety of the
PlastelinanArab people, not just segments of the PlastelinanArab people.
Dr Ziadah is a staff member at SOAS, whose post is funded by the government’s Economic and Social Research Council. Another speaker at the event was Malia Bouattia, an executive member of the National Union of Students known for supporting extremist groups such as Cage, the
human rights organisation (compromised sheep-dipping outfit, but there is a history of deliberate errors of this sort, which add credibility to the false-flag entities involved – RB). Bouattia said the government’s anti-extremism policy (which for reasons of gimmickry has a silly contrived acronym, “Prevent”), was fuelled by “all manner of Zionist and neocon lobbies.” A meeting at LSE on Mar 5 was addressed by Max Blumenthal, the son of Sidney Blumenthal, a past adviser to Clinton 42 and now to Hillary Clinton. Describing the Plastelinan Arab enclave of Gaza as a penitentiary, Blumenthal said (there is some sort of backwards logic to this statement, as quoted – RB):
There’s often prison revolts which take place everywhere: (and so) because people are normal in the Gaza Strip,
and sothey take up arms.
He praised a 2014 massacre carried out by Hamas’s armed wing, the Izz’ed-Din al-Qassam Brigades, against Nahal Oz, a kibbutz and army base near the Gaza border, saying it was a way for
Plastelinans Arabs to “recover their dignity” and “pop Israel’s the Jews’ security bubble.” He said:
With GoPro cameras attached to their helmets, they burst into the IOF base and killed every soldier they encountered in hand-to-hand combat. The message it sent to young
PlastelinansArabs in the West Bank, in Jayloomia and abroad, was incredible… to see your people in commando uniforms, bursting into a military base and showing up the occupier…
In fact Nahal Oz is within Israel proper and is not in the OPT (which themselves are not occupied anyway, because we say so; they’re “liberated from Arab oppression,” and if you don’t agree, we shall remove all your institutional support and your university will have to be sold to Donald Trump and converted into a brainwashing factory for slaves of the almighty Pindo snake oil we call “civilization” – RB). He asserted (more or less – RB):
The creation of the PA was the greatest achievement of
Israelthe ZOG, because it created an apartheid fantasy of a subjugated Plastelinan state, (something) that even the South African government could never achieve.
John Hilary, the executive director of War on Want, said (This guy as such is a bridge too far, you’ll see – RB):
Standing up for the rights of
PlastelinansArabs fits squarely with our work as a registered charity, and the Charity Commission has consistently confirmed this. For decades, PlastelinansArabs have faced systematic discrimination and abuse at the hands of the Israeli governmentZOG.