Myths and Facts Part 3

A favourite talking head, panellist and guest of the BBC is Green MP for Brighton, Caroline Lucas. She’s the only Green MP, so you’d think she’d be busying herself doing the job she was elected to do. (Saving the planet.) Instead, as Richard Millett shows, she and some other intellectually challenged activists for peace or whatever they call themselves are creating unnecessary carbon footprints with a mock flotilla on the Thames. Why? Activists for peace are not ‘pacifists’ – a term which implies apathy, inactivity and capitulation. These people shriek “Free, free Palestine” and “from the river to the sea, Palestine shall be free” discordantly and shrilly through loudhailers, with little or no knowledge or understanding of what their chant means. The word ‘activist’ resonates with righteousness. Pent-up hatred animates such people into flatulent, gaseous, hyperactivity, till they enact vacuous gestures of pointlessness. Oh! the smug looks on their faces. Do they know what ‘From the River to the Sea” means? The Greens have links with undesirable organisations, antisemitic tendencies, and are popular with the BBC.

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5 Responses to Myths and Facts Part 3

  1. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Caroline Lucas been filmed smiling and supporting “From the River to the Sea”  The BBC should report it. This is an elected MP supporting the destruction of a UN member state.  How about it, defenders of the indefensible?


  2. NotaSheep says:

    Too many on the left and at the BBC seem to subscribe to the view that Israel exists on stolen land and unfortunately that view has been pushed so hard for so many years that it is the received truth to too many people in this country. The most surprising people that I meet have the most anti-Israel opinions. I truly believe that if Iran did launch a nuclear strike on Tel Aviv that not too many people in the UK would shed that many tears; ‘serves the land-stealing scum right’ would be the attitude of many. I hold the BBC and the British left to blame for this sad state of affairs.


    • Demon1001 says:

      If any major tragedy did occur to the Israelis, then there needs to be tribunals set up (Nuremberd style) where they can be tried as accessories to genocide.  I do believe (fervently hope at least) that the reason Israel is not being nuked is that they, themselves, have missiles aimed at Mecca and Medina; and that the nuclear Arab countries know this, so know that they can’t go too far.  It’s like the reason we never had a major “hot” war during the Cold War – mutually assured destruction.


  3. Natsman says:

    With any luck, they’ll be swept out to sea beyond Southend pier…


  4. cjhartnett says:

    Who built the Marchioness I wonder?