Israel stooges’ shameless exhibitionism in British parliament


It has no nukes, no navy, no air-force, no tanks, no phosphor bombs, no submarines, no guided missiles, no exits, nowhere to run.

Its people are terrorised, blockaded and exhausted, and their homes are rubble.

Unemployment is the highest in the world and 73 per cent of its inhabitants suffer food insecurity.

But, suddenly, Gaza is “a recurring threat to peace”!

This blame-it-on-Gaza bombshell came in the middle of a House of Lords debate on 7 July on the political situation in the Gaza Strip.

Lord Davies of Stamford, formerly the MP Quentin Davies,stood up:

My Lords, there are five salient facts that ought to come out of any debate about Gaza… One is that Gaza is clearly a most unpleasant place to live: it is extremely poor and very violent. It is poor partially because of the blockades that have been imposed by both its neighbours, Egypt and Israel, for reasons that may be very understandable.

The second salient fact that has come out and which is certainly recognised all over the world is that Gaza in its present state is a recurring threat to peace in the region. Rockets are continually fired at Israel. After some years, the Israelis inevitably lose their patience… and intervene militarily. There is nasty military action, obviously with a lot of fatalities.

Clearly there are people representing our country in the Lords that are ill informed about world affairs

Read the rest of this disturbing and upsetting article at Redress Online

Published in: on July 10, 2015 at 06:34  Leave a Comment  
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