Category Archives: British stooges
Stuart Littlewood argues that, in the light of Israel’s criminal and illegal beginnings and its disdain for the rest of the world, it is perfectly alright to say that you do not recognise Israel.
Gilad Atzmon deconstructs a tirade by David Hirsh, a campaigner against academic boycotts of Israel, published in The Jewish Chronicle, a British Zionist rag, and advises the Zionist campaigner to do a bit more self-reflection.
Stuart Littlewood examines the smears hurled at newly-elected UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn by the Tories, and wonders who is the real threat to national security: Corbyn or the Tories who have pledged allegiance to Israel?
Stuart Littlewood considers UK Premier Cameron’s appointment of Stuart Polak, a self-declared agent of Israel, to the House of Lords, noting Polak’s pledge to serve Israel, not the British people, in the upper chamber of parliament.
Stuart Littlewood reviews the hollow arguments peddled by Israel’s hasbara stooges during a debate on Gaza in the upper chamber of the UK parliament – fine examples of disinformation, dissemblance and downright lies.
Alastair Sloan examines Israel’s key internet propaganda tools which pretend to seek "balance" in Western media reporting about the Palestine-Israel conflict but are in fact part of Israel’s well-funded hasbara programme.
As Britain’s Zionist lobby mounts a campaign against the staging of The Siege, a play re-telling Israel’s siege of the Church of the Nativity, Stuart Littlewood recounts the story of one siege survivor.
Stuart Littlewood looks at where the main British political parties stand on Palestine, and concludes that “there is still no rush… to deliver law or justice… after 100 years of betrayal”.