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    Saturday
    May082010

    The electorate voted with respect for Israel by booting Galloway out of Westminster

    Even though we have been left with a very ambiguous election result with an unprecedented "hung parliament," there is one result that most people in Britain may be pleased about.

    Without even showing up at the count, Galloway came third in the Poplar and Limehouse constituency and is now out of Westminster, This is the man who under the banner of the "Respect" Party, showed absolutely no respect to the State of Israel. 

    Driven by anti-zionist hatred and an extreme left wing agenda, George Galloway and the Respect Party had a disastrous election result with their share of the vote halving to around one tenth of one percent of all votes cast. As they say on their own website "there is no hiding from reality. The 2010 General Election was not a good day for Respect."

    Fortunately, with the removal of the Respect Party from the House of Commons and the Party's clear decline in popularity, Israel's enemies have endured another huge blow in their efforts to undermine Israel's right to exist.

    Friday
    May072010

    The UK Election-Oh what a night!

    The UK election has proved to be one of the most exciting political events in British electoral history. With massive interest in the three main parties following the public debates, this was an election that was built up by massive hype and media interest.

    Gordon Brown and the Labour Party have been on the backfoot during the campaign as both Cameron and Clegg have made convincing and more passionate appeals to the electorate. The Polls have been regular and fascinating to watch and compare. 

    The best part of the Campaign was election night-and I mean election NIGHT- This was the election that you simply could not stop watching. I watched the BBC coverage from 9.30pm to 8.30am. It was so captivating that "going to bed" simply wasn't an option. The result could not have been more exciting-with every seat and associated swing adding up to a statistical mosaic of electoral intent.

    Gordon-it is now time to pack your suitcases and get the removal van into Downing Street. Be humble and let the Cameron / Clegg alliance take over. Your time is up

    Wednesday
    May052010

    JINewsNet 2010 UK Election Forecast

    Conservative Party 316 seats

    Labour Party 210 seats

    Liberal Democrat Party 90 Seats

    Others   34 Seats

    Tuesday
    May042010

    Serious threat to Anglo Jewry posed by supporting Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats

     

    Enjoyed the Leaders Debates in Britain? Found Nick Clegg cute and appealing? Think again!

    Behind the Obama-clone charisma and charm there lurks a danger for Jews in Britain. Nick Clegg, Liberal Democrat leader, who is coming into the upcoming British elections in an enhanced position is close, very close, to Nadhmi Auchi.

    If you care about shady characters behind those who rule I suggest you indulge yourself in a crash course on Mr. Auchi. His personal fortune in excess of two billion Sterling makes him Britain's 32nd richest person. He has lived in Britain since 1980. 

    Nadhmi Auchi supports Hamas, providing aid and comfort to the terror group.Auchi has funded the notorious George Galloway in his 'Viva Palestina' aids convoy with which he tried to break the blockage on Gaza.

    Auchi recently said, "In the past the Arab community has not actvely participated  in British political life (!). I believe this is changing and we are now close to finding a party that is not only sympathetic to our views but whose policies actively seek to address our concerns".

    Nadhmi Auchi made these remarks at a fund raising banquet in honour of Nick Clegg. Auchi established the Anglo-Arab Organisation to promote understanding between Britain and the Arab world. Auchi funds one of the most anti-Israel, anti-Semitic, websites in Britain. Auchi's Middle East Online website promotes material from well-known anti-Israelis, including Jeff Gates who runs the anti-Israel 'Criminal State' blog.

    Lord Steel, former Liberal Democrats leader, is a director of Auchi's main company, General Mediterranean Holdings, the centre of his global empire that includes hotels, leisure, pharmaceuticals, and telecommunication firms. The banquet was organised under the Anglo-Arab Organisation banner.  Alan Duncan, a Conservative Shadow Minister, is listed as a patron.

    At the banquet, Clegg said that 'the Arab community's values sit deep in the soul of the Liberal Democrats. I feel that there is a conjunction of aspirations, hopes, and values between members of the British Arab community and many of the things that the Liberal Democracts stand for today'.

    The Liberal Democrat leader has condemned Israel's action in Gaza saying "We will not stand aside when unimaginable human suffering is taking place".

    Nadhmi Auchi was convicted of fraud in the French Elf-Aquitaine oil company trial in 2003. He was given a suspended sentence.

    Auchi is also involved in the case of a convicted Chicago fraudster, Tony Rezko, who was involved in a land deal with Barack Obama. A US court revoked Rezko's bail when prosecutors discovered that Auchi had wired Rezko $3,500,000 from a Lebanese account.  Auchi is banned from into the US.  Since 2003 Auchi has invested heavily in Iraq.

    In short, Nick Clegg is a puppet of Arab interests and connected with an Arab billionaire and fraudster.

    Clegg is not alone in his party for siding with Muslim and anti-Israel causes. The tongue of Jenny Tonge has exposed his party of openly anti-Israel sentiments. More recently William Wallace, importantly the Liberal Democrat foreign affairs spokesman, openly boasted in front of the Jewish Board of Deputies that he had meetings with members of the Hamas terror organisation.

    He also threatened to torpedo the renewal of the Israel-EU trade agreement, thereby hinting at support for a boycott of Israel.

    Britain may already be lost to Muslim domination and interests but if Clegg is close to Downing Street power, as is likely following the televised debates, then caring British Jews can already hehe nails being driven into the coffin of their vital interests in that lost nation.

    My pre-Presidential predictions about Obama were spot on. They derived from a study of his close associates. As with Obama, you judge your politicians by those they associate with and are influenced by. These Clegg predictions will also, sadly, affect Israel and British Jewry.

    As did Americans, I expect the Brits to go for the cheesecake smiles and ignore the sub plot.

    A closing warning to Israel. Beware of the country with whom you share classified intelligence information. The leaders may be closer to your enemies than you think.

     

    Tuesday
    May042010

    A nuclear Iran is now a racing certainty

     

    Written by John Bolton and published in the Wall Street Journal

    Negotiations grind on toward a fourth U.N. Security Council sanctions resolution against Iran's nuclear weapons program, even as President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrives in New York to address the Non-Proliferation Treaty review conference. Sanctions advocates acknowledge that the Security Council's ultimate product will do no more than marginally impede Iran's progress.

    In Congress, sanctions legislation also creaks along, but that too is simply going through the motions. Russia and China have already rejected key proposals to restrict Iran's access to international financial markets and choke off its importation of refined petroleum products, which domestically are in short supply. Any new U.S. legislation will be ignored and evaded, thus rendering it largely symbolic. Even so, President Obama has opposed the legislation, arguing that unilateral U.S. action could derail his Security Council efforts.

    The further pursuit of sanctions is tantamount to doing nothing. Advocating such policies only benefits Iran by providing it cover for continued progress toward its nuclear objective. It creates the comforting illusion of "doing something." Just as "diplomacy" previously afforded Iran the time and legitimacy it needed, sanctions talk now does the same.

    Speculating about regime change stopping Iran's nuclear program in time is also a distraction. The Islamic Revolution's iron fist, and willingness to use it against dissenters (who are currently in disarray), means we cannot know whether or when the regime may fall. Long-term efforts at regime change, desirable as they are, will not soon enough prevent Iran from creating nuclear weapons with the ensuing risk of further regional proliferation.

    We therefore face a stark, unattractive reality. There are only two options: Iran gets nuclear weapons, or someone uses pre-emptive military force to break Iran's nuclear fuel cycle and paralyze its program, at least temporarily.

    There is no possibility the Obama administration will use force, despite its confused and ever-changing formulation about the military option always being "on the table." That leaves Israel, which the administration is implicitly threatening not to resupply with airplanes and weapons lost in attacking Iran—thereby rendering Israel vulnerable to potential retaliation from Hezbollah and Hamas.

    It is hard to conclude anything except that the Obama administration is resigned to Iran possessing nuclear weapons. While U.S. policy makers will not welcome that outcome, they certainly hope as a corollary that Iran can be contained and deterred. Since they have ruled out the only immediate alternative, military force, they are doubtless now busy preparing to make lemonade out of this pile of lemons.

    President Obama's likely containment/deterrence strategy will feature security assurances to neighboring countries and promises of American retaliation if Iran uses its nuclear weapons. Unfortunately for this seemingly muscular rhetoric, the simple fact of Iran possessing nuclear weapons would alone dramatically and irreparably alter the Middle East balance of power. Iran does not actually have to use its capabilities to enhance either its regional or global leverage.

    Facile analogies to Cold War deterrence rest on the dubious, unproven belief that Iran's nuclear calculus will approximate the Soviet Union's. Iran's theocratic regime and the high value placed on life in the hereafter makes this an exceedingly dangerous assumption.

    Even if containment and deterrence might be more successful against Iran than just suggested, nuclear proliferation doesn't stop with Tehran. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey and perhaps others will surely seek, and very swiftly, their own nuclear weapons in response. Thus, we would imminently face a multipolar nuclear Middle East waiting only for someone to launch first or transfer weapons to terrorists. Ironically, such an attack might well involve Israel only as an innocent bystander, at least initially.

    We should recognize that an Israeli use of military force would be neither precipitate nor disproportionate, but only a last resort in anticipatory self-defense. Arab governments already understand that logic and largely share it themselves. Such a strike would advance both Israel's and America's security interests, and also those of the Arab states.

    Nonetheless, the intellectual case for that strike must be better understood in advance by the American public and Congress in order to ensure a sympathetic reaction by Washington. Absent Israeli action, no one should base their future plans on anything except coping with a nuclear Iran.

    Mr. Bolton, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, is the author of "Surrender Is Not an Option: Defending America at the United Nations" (Simon & Schuster, 2007).

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