Sunday, April 18, 2010


Nick Clegg and friends.

Has a powerful faction within the Kosher Nostra decided that they could have the UK run by an alliance of Nick Clegg's Liberal Democrats and Gordon Brown's Labour party?

In 2008, The Telegraph reported that friends of Nat Rothschild had warned that "the Conservative Party should halt their attempts to 'rubbish' Nat Rothschild, or risk the Shadow Chancellor being brought down". ('stop rubbishing' Rothschild or you're ...)

A YouGov poll on 18 April 2010 (Clegg nearly as popular as Churchill ) is suggesting the following result in the May 2010 UK general election:

Gordon Brown's Labour party - 287 members of parliament

David cameron's Conservative party - 239

Nick Clegg's Liberal Democrats - 93

A Labour - Liberal Democrat alliance would support:

1. The war in Afghanistan.

2. Further immigration.

3. Further European Union integration.

The Scottish National Party opposes the war in Afghanistan, so it is being attacked by the media.

Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown was a spy for MI6 (Paddy Ashdown - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Monroe Palmer, chairman of Liberal-Democrat Friends of Israel, says: "Nick is a very good friend of the Jews."

What do we know about the spooky Liberal Democrats?

order-order/ reports (Journalism for Billionaires, by Billionaires) on Bhanu Choudrie who is one of the Liberal Democrats biggest donors.

The Observer says he is a non-dom who "has been accused of accepting tens of millions of pounds in kickbacks from an arms deal between an Israeli company and the Indian government."

A Liberal Democrat - Labour alliance would be run by Peter Mandelson, David and Ed Miliband, Jack straw, Vince Cable, and Chris Huhne all of whom reportedly have Jewish roots.

Cyril Smith was a top Liberal. "Rochdale Alternative Press (Rochdale Alternative Press ) May 1979 (Number 78) - has obtained evidence that, during the 1960’s, Cyril Smith was using his position to get lads aged 15 – 18 to undress in front of him in order that he could get them to bend over his knee while he spanked their bare bottoms or let him hold their testicles in a bizarre 'medical inspection'."

Of course there could be an alliance of the Liberal Democrats with the Conservatives, or, a grand coalition of Liberal Democrats, Labour and Conservatives.

In 2005, Nil Clark wrote, in TheGuardianl,that David Cameron leader of the UK Conservative party "is an unreconstructed hawk, his campaign masterminded by the neoconservative trio of Tory MPs Osborne, Michael Gove and Ed Vaizey, all enthusiastic cheerleaders for Pax Americana.

"Osborne hailed the 'excellent neoconservative case' for action against Iraq in 2003 and denies that the invasion has radicalised Muslim opinion."

In 2005, Gaby Hinsliff and Ned Temko, in the Observer.l, listed the members of David Cameron's inner circle, which included:

1. George Eustice, who started his political career with the UK Independence Party (which is reportedly pro-Israel and pro-Pentagon.)

2. Oliver Letwin, who has links to the Rothschilds.

3. Michael Gove, who is an admirer of the American neo-cons.

4. Daniel Finkelstein, who is a Times journalist.

Jeremy Thorpe was leader of the Liberal Party (which became the Liberal Democrats). His political career was damaged when an acquaintance, Norman Scott, claimed to be his former homosexual lover, and ended when he was charged with conspiring to murder Scott (Jeremy Thorpe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).

If someone wants to start a war, the Liberals are the people to lend a hand.

Sir Edward Grey was the UK foreign Secretary in the Liberal government in Britain in 1914.

According to Webster Tarpley (american_almanac/edwgrey.htm, 1995), "Sir Edward Grey Turned The Sarajevo Crisis Into War."

Tarpley claims that Grey used ‘perfidy and cunning’ to bring about a world war after the assassination of the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungar Archduke Franz Ferdinand on June 28, 1914 in Sarajevo, Bosnia.

According to Tarpley, if Sir Edward Grey had wanted to avoid war, he could have warned France and Russia that Britain would remain neutral.

Russia was unlikely to go to war without the support of Britain.

The Kaiser apparently thought that if England did not fight, France and Russia were unlikely to do so either.

Tarpley claims that Grey gave France hints that England would support Russia and France.

These hints were then passed on to Russian Foreign Minister Sazonov, a British agent, and to Czar Nicholas II.

Tarpley points out that "the British were the first of the great powers to mobilize their war machine, in this case the Grand Fleet of the Royal Navy.

"On July 19, the British staged a formidable naval demonstration with a review of the Grand Fleet at Portsmouth.

"On the afternoon of July 28, Winston Churchill ordered the fleet to proceed during the night at high speed with no lights from Portsmouth through the Straits of Dover to its wartime base of operations at Scapa Flow, north of Scotland."

Beware of the Liberals.

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