Conservative opposed “Zionism is racism” resolution

A former Conservative Party MP in the UK Parliament said that the UN resolution that “Zionism is racism” should be “scrapped” it has been discovered.

Former Conservative MP,Sir Michael Latham opposed a UN resolution which said "Zionism is racism."
PRO-ZIONISM: Former Conservative MP, Sir Michael Latham, opposed a UN resolution which said “Zionism is racism.” Courtesy: Obtained from constructionenquirer.com.

Sir Michael Latham was the Conservative MP for Melton from February 1974 to 1983 and for Rutland and Melton from 1983 until 1992.

In a House of Commons debate on Israel in 1991 he criticised the adoption of a resolution by the United Nations that “Zionism is racism.

The finding comes as Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron has led the opposition of criticisms of the Israeli regime led by Benjamin Netanyahu, saying “anti-Semitism is racism.”

Crocels News asked Prime Minister Cameron whether he supported Sir Michael’s view that it was wrong to say that “Zionism is racism,” but no reply was forthcoming.

Benjamin Netanyahu's Government had closes ties with the United States of America until the intervention of US Secretary of State John Kerry, who Benjamin Netanyahu has branded "anti-Semitic."
WARLORD: Benjamin Netanyahu’s Government had closes ties with the United States of America until the intervention of US Secretary of State John Kerry, who Benjamin Netanyahu has branded “anti-Semitic.” Courtesy: The Jerusalem Post.

The current debate around so-called anti-Semitism arose when it was found that Labour MP Naz Shah posted an image on Facebook suggesting that the solution to the United States’s apparent unconditional support for Israel was to move the Holy Land to North America. It was revealed today that the Labour Party have also suspended Ken Livingstone for saying that the Nazis supported “Zionism,” which was a term used throughout the 1930s and 1940s to refer to the establishment of a Jewish State within the Holy Land.

United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379, adopted on 10 November 1975, stated that the UN “determines that Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination“. It was revoked in 1991 with UN General Assembly Resolution 46/86.

Naz Shah ‘anti-Semitic’ slur is a ‘trick’ used to silence Israel’s critics

The allegations that UK Labour MP Naz Shah is “anti-Semitic” are no more than a “trick” to silence her from criticising Israel it has been suggested.

Bradford West MP, Naz Shah, has been suspended from the Labour Party following revelations she posted an image to Facebook suggesting that if the US support Israel so much that it would be “problem solved” if the Holy Land were to be relocated to North America.

Former Israeli Minster, Shulamit Aloni, said before her death that referring to Israel's critics as "anti-Semitic" is commonly used to silence them.
IT’S A TRICK: Former Israeli Minster, Shulamit Aloni, said before her death that referring to Israel’s critics as “anti-Semitic” is commonly used to silence them. Courtesy: Obtained from Wikipedia.

A relatively unheard interview with a former Israeli Government Minister has come to light which would suggest that the slurs that Naz Shah MP is “anti-Semitic” is a common “trick” used to silence critics of the Israeli Government’s acts of terror towards the Palestinians.

Prior to her death in 2014, Shulamit Aloni gave an interview to Amy Goodman explaining why people who criticise Israel are called anti-Semitic. “Well its a trick, we always use it,” she said. “When someone is from Europe is criticising Israel we bring up the holocaust.
“When in this country (the USA) people are criticising Israel then they are anti-Semitic.

An Israeli Jew, Shulamit Aloni founded the Ratz party, was leader of the Meretz party and served as Israeli Government Minister in 1979 and from 1992 to 1996. In 2000, she won the Israel Prize.

Naz Shah MP has been suspended by the Labour Party a spokesperson confirmed. “Jeremy Corbyn and Naz Shah have mutually agreed that she is administratively suspended from the Labour Party by the general secretary,” they said. “Pending investigation, she is unable to take part in any party activity and the whip is removed.

Labour’s chief finance spokesperson, John McDonnell MP, who Naz Shah resigned from working for, did not seem to understand the concern Naz Shah had for Palestinian victims of Israel’s terror attacks on and occupation of their lands. “Anti-Semitism is racism, full stop,” he said. “As an MP I will do everything in my power to build relationships between Muslims, Jews and people of different faiths and none.

It would seem that John McDonnell is saying he will do all he can to build relationships between Muslims and Jews, except it would seem to allow his colleagues to oppose the strong ties between the US and Israel in 2014, which were reversed following the appointment of John Kerry as US Secretary of State, who was called “anti-Semitic” by the Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu following changing the US’s approach towards Israel.

MP forced to resign over Israel posting

HEART IN THE RIGHT PLACE: Labour MP, Naz Shah, was incensed by Israel's bombing of Gaza in 2014, prior to her becoming an MP. Courtesy: goodadvice.com
HEART IN THE RIGHT PLACE: Labour MP, Naz Shah, was incensed by Israel’s bombing of Gaza in 2014, prior to her becoming an MP. Courtesy: goodadvice.com

A UK Member of Parliament has been forced to resign from an advisory role for an Internet posting she made prior to being elected an MP in 2014, where she implied that US support for Israel was so strong that they might as well relocate the Holy Land to North America.

Naz Shah, who is the Labour MP for Bradford West, has quit as the aide to UK opposition chief finance spokesman, John McDonnell, saying she is sorry for the posting on Facebook. The posting showed Israel super-imposed on North American with the words, “Problem solved.

Naz Shah stated why she felt the need to resign. “I deeply regret the hurt I have caused by comments I made on social media before I was elected as an MP,” she said. “I made these comments at the height of the Gaza conflict in 2014, when emotions were high around the Middle East conflict.

Benjamin Netanyahu's Government had closes ties with the United States of America until the intervention of US Secretary of State John Kerry, who Benjamin Netanyahu has branded "anti-Semitic."
WARLORD: Benjamin Netanyahu’s Government had closes ties with the United States of America until the intervention of US Secretary of State John Kerry, who Benjamin Netanyahu has branded “anti-Semitic.” Courtesy: The Jerusalem Post.

Internet trolling and cyberstalking expert Jonathan Bishop, who is a candidate for the Welsh Assembly, says he is disgusted that Naz Shah has felt the need to resign. “The fact is, until the brave intervention of US Secretary of State John Kerry, US policy towards Israel was far too support for many people’s liking,” he said. “The 9/11 Commission heard evidence from US officials that the 9/11 attacks were retaliation for US support for Israel, and on that basis Naz Shah should not have resigned simply for portraying the feeling of many people through satirical imagery.

Naz Shah justified her need to resign. “In recognition for that offence (caused by the image) I have stepped down from my role as PPS to the Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell,” she said. “I will be seeking to expand my existing engagement and dialogue with the Jewish community organisations, and will be stepping up my efforts to combat all forms of racism, including anti-Semitism.

Jonathan Bishop’s research paper, “The role of affective computing for improving situation awareness in unmanned aerial vehicle operations: A US perspective,” which explores US foreign policy in the Middle East has been published by IGI Global in the book, Synthesizing Human Emotion in Intelligent Systems and Robotics, which was edited by Jordi Vallverdú.

Digital radio to assist migration within the UK

KEEPING IN TOUCH: Dialaradio.co.uk allows refugees and other immigrants to keep in touch with their homeland through being able to access their home radio stations through their telephone: Courtesy: Rajesh Kumar Singh.
KEEPING IN TOUCH: Dialaradio.co.uk allows refugees and other immigrants to keep in touch with their homeland through being able to access their home radio stations through their telephone: Courtesy: Rajesh Kumar Singh.

A digital radio service has been launched, which will help many refugees in Great Britain, as well as other migrants, keep access to their favourite radio stations back home.

Dialaradio.co.uk seeks to provide access to global radio stations within the UK, for the cost of a standard phone call.

Stations include Arman FM from Kabul in Afghanistan, Radio 1 FM 91 from Lahore in Pakistan and Radio Maria from Kerala in India.

Patrick is the project manager for Dialaradio.co.uk and says the service is accessible to others emigrating also. “Not only do we provide access to radio stations from Asia and the Middle East, but also to various UK stations and those in Eastern and Northern Europe,” he said. “This means for example that a Glaswegian would be able to listen to Awaz FM from anywhere in the UK.
Dialaradio.co.uk will help people living in Britain be better informed about what is going on in their homeland, whether that station is in Brussels or Birmingham, London or Latvia.
This can only be good for integration of people into British life, wherever in the world they have come from.

War on Terror ‘stalling’ African and Middle East IT revolution

The so-called ‘War on Terror’ led by Western Axes in the US, UK, France and Israel, with support from NATO are having an adverse effect on the regeneration of Africa and the Middle East by leading technology firms.

Firm Baidu had struck a deal with Orange to take its mobile browser into Africa and the Middle East, but the continued militancy by the Western Axes that is driving the Arab Allies into foreign territories under control by Western rebels is stalling the process.

Android handsets in Orange’s African and Middle Eastern markets were due to get a co-branded version of China’s Baidu mobile browser pre-installed. Orange, which is a subsidiary of France Telecom, whose government in France are currently stepping up their armed insurgency against Arab forces in Algeria, has about 80 million subscribers in the region.

Reports suggest that Orange has been planning to expand into Algeria, Benin, Libya and Togo, but continued instability in the region is stalling expansion.

On Wednesday Algerian rebels killed 30 Western Prisoners of War when trying to retake the gas plant from Arab Allies. Orange have already focussed operations on Egypt, where customers of Orange’s local network Mobinil will be able to get access to the technology. It is hoped that more markets in the region will follow in 2013, but uncertainty over Western Axes’ planned occupation of Arab territories is stalling the implementation the browser, which will be available in Arabic and English, followed by a French language version in the future.

Internet shut down by President Bashar al-Assad

The Syrian government has shut down public communications networks connected to the Internet across the country as they try to gain control in the ongoing civil war.

Known as the Syrian Uprisings, the armed conflict has been ongoing since 15 March 2010 and is seen by some as part of a wider social media-led liberation movement known as the Arab Spring.  Protesters have demanded the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad as well as the end to nearly five decades of Ba’ath Party rule.

In response, al-Assad has shut down the Internet across the country and cut mobile phone services as part of an effort to hold back so-called rebels, enabling government troops to effortlessly wage fierce battles near the capital’s airport.

International airlines were forced to suspend flights following the Internet blackout, an unprecedented event in Syria’s 20-month-old civil war against the president.

A prominent human rights activist and interdisciplinary researcher, Ashu M. G. Solo, said that no modern country can function properly without the Internet.  “By shutting down the Internet, Assad has taken Syria from the information age to a dark age,” Solo said.  “Assad can try to delay the end of his brutally repressive dictatorship with these desperate measures, but he won’t be able to stay in power for long.  Liberty and democracy are rapidly spreading throughout the Middle East and North Africa.”

Operation Viral Peace ‘won’t get US anywhere’

A US Government initiative to troll Muslim groups in online communities has been criticized by an Internet trolling and online community expert for being counter-productive.

Jonathan Bishop, a prize-winning Internet trolling authority, who runs the Trolling Academy within Swansea University’s Institute of Life Sciences, says the US measure will be unlikely to succeed. “The US Government are not going to get anywhere by flame trolling Jihads,” he said. “The only reason Muslims have turned to extremism is because of the US support of Israel’s terrorizing of the Palestinians.
If the US changed its policy on the Middle East to a neutral one then the Jihads would give up their arms.
They only exist because of Israel maiming and killing the Palestinians, and they feel they have to fight back at American and their allies.
The US should expect Jihads to ‘fight flame with flame’ or even worse ‘fight flame with firearms.‘”

The US withdrawal from Iraq last year has led to organisations, like Al-Qaeda in Iraq, more than doubling in strength, from 1,000 to 2,500 fighters in their case. Such groups are intent of the creation caliphates in non-Islamic countries, and the US Government is hoping its efforts with Viral Peace will counter any propaganda by Ji’hadic terrorists.

Glamorgan Students Welcome Kim Howells

Labour MP for Pontypridd, and Minister of State for the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Dr Kim Howells, attended the Glamorgan Law School recently, speaking in particular about the issue of returning individuals in the UK to their country of origin, in circumstances where there is a risk of their being tortured or killed on their return.

CAPTION: Jonathan Bishop with Foreign Office Minister, Dr Kim Howells
CAPTION: Jonathan Bishop with Foreign Office Minister, Dr Kim Howells

The British Government has pursued a policy of seeking assurances from the country to which the individual is to be returned that their treatment will be in accordance with human rights standards. Staff and students were intrigued by Dr Howells’ tales of tricky negotiations in the Middle East.

Law graduate Jonathan Bishop said that Dr Howells is an excellent MP that students can turn to. “Kim holds regular surgeries in Trefforest and with his wealth of knowledge and experience can help students with the problems they will inevitably encounter during their studies,” he said.

Foreign Policy success for Glamorgan Labour Students

Glamorgan Labour Students motion passed by Treforest Labour calling for an ethical foreign policy was supported wholeheartedly by the Minister for the Middle East, Dr Kim Howells, and by the Pontypridd Constituency Labour Party as a whole. It has now received recognition from the national Labour Party as well.