Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Good for Israel

Photo of David Cameron by Christian Guthier

David Cameron, UK Conservative Party leader, "harkened back to an earlier period of his nation's history on Tuesday when he publicly labeled himself 'a Zionist.' Support for Israel is 'in the DNA' of members of Britain's Conservative Party, Ha'aretz quoted Cameron as telling a gathering of the Conservative Friends of Israel group in London."

Gaby Hinsliff and Ned Temko, in The Observer , 23 October 2005, listed the members of David Cameron's inner circle:
1. George Eustice started his political career with the UK Independence Party (which is reportedly pro-Israel and pro-Pentagon.)
2. Oliver Letwin has links to the Rothschilds.
3. Michael Gove is an admirer of the American neo-cons.
According to the Observer article:The brains of the operation is Michael Gove. An article on Michael Gove at en.wikipedia: He takes a pro-Israel line and has criticised anti-Americanism, anti-Semitism and several United Nations peace processes. A self-confessed neo-conservative, he called for early intervention against Saddam Hussein.
aangirfan: David Cameron and the Neo-Cons

Palestine split in two - good for Israel
"This new scenario would, in effect, create two separate political-territorial units alongside Israel - a Gaza Hamastan and a West Bank Fatah-land... The de facto division between Gaza and the West Bank would allow Israel to maintain its boycott of Hamas in Gaza while utilizing the emergence of a political partner in the West Bank for the first time in many years."
Analysis: Hamas victory could be an opportunity for Israel

"Mohammed Dahlan... gets arms and money from Elliot Abrams. Whenever Fatah and Hamas get too cozy, Dahlan sends out his thugs to kill fellow Palestinians, thus increasing tensions again." - Regarding false flag operations


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