Nick Clegg is leader of the UK's Liberal Democrats. He has dared to criticise Israel.
On 7 January 2009, Nick Clegg wrote in The Guardian (Nick Clegg: We must stop arming Israel.):
"The EU is by far Israel's biggest export market...
"It must immediately suspend the proposed new cooperation agreement with Israel until things change in Gaza...
"Brown must also halt Britain's arms exports to Israel, and persuade our EU counterparts to do the same."
Nick Clegg - Telegraph
Nick Clegg's Liberal Democrats are expected to do well in the coming UK election.
Nick Clegg's biggest mistake is to support the war in Afghanistan.
We have criticised Nick Clegg, but it has to be pointed out that he is not as bad as the Zionist David Cameron (Conservative leader) or the Zionist Gordon Brown (Labour leader).
In the coming UK election it is worth voting for the Liberal Democrats in constituencies where the Liberal Democrats are the main opposition to Labour or the Conservatives.
We would not vote Liberal Democrat where the Scottish Nationalists or other anti-Afghanistan war candidates have a chance of winning.
The Scottish Nationalists oppose the Afghanistan war and weapons of mass destruction.
Nick Clegg (General Election 2010: my school days with Nick Clegg - Telegraph)
On 21 April 2010, Nile Gardiner, a Washington-based political commentator, wrote that "Nick Clegg's Israel-bashing is sickening." (Nick Clegg's Israel-bashing is sickening)
Gardiner wrote: "I've written about Clegg's distinctly anti-American views and his complete disregard for the NATO alliance, but his policies towards Israel deserve attention as well..."
In December 2009, Clegg was the lead signatory to an Observer letter by a group of MPs which stated:
"One year on from Israel's invasion of the Gaza Strip, the Israeli government continues to imprison 1.5 million Palestinians and prevent the rebuilding of its shattered infrastructure.
"Israel's blockade of Gaza, described by the UN fact-finding mission as 'collective punishment', stops reconstruction materials and humanitarian aid from reaching those who so desperately require it…"
In December 2009, Nick Clegg wrote in the Guardian:
"The legacy of Operation Cast Lead is a living nightmare for one and a half million Palestinians squeezed into one of the most overcrowded and wretched stretches of land on the planet.
"How is the peace process served by sickness, mortality rates, mental trauma and malnutrition increasing in Gaza? … No peaceful coexistence of any kind is possible as long as this act of collective confinement continues."
The leader of the Scottish National Party, Alex Salmond, called for legal action and a review of trading relationships with Israel after David Miliband announced that Britain formally blamed Israel for cloning UK passports during the Dubai operation. (Alex Salmond calls for Israel trade rethink The Jewish Chronicle)
Gordon Brown and David Cameron are Zionists.