British Prime Minister David Cameron has once again renewed his allegiance to the Zionist lobby, when speaking at the annual dinner of the United Jewish Israel Appeal in London.
Cameron told his Zionist masters that his coalition government’s support to Israel was non-negotiable. The Prime Minister’s allegiance to Israel has precedence.
Before he was elected premier in a general election on May 2010 that resulted in a hung parliament, a Channel 4 documentary entitled “Inside Britain’s Israel Lobby” revealed that at least half of the then shadow cabinet are members of the Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI), a pro-Israel lobbyist group in Britain.
“Inside Britain’s Israel Lobby” also revealed that donations to Cameron’s Conservative party from all CFI members and their businesses add up to well over £10 million over the last 8 years.
David Cameron himself accepted a £15,000 donation from Poju Zabludowicz, a Finnish billionaire who chairs Bicom (the Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre), according to the program
So far it is crystal clear why the British Prime Minister should blindly support pro-Israel lobbyists. But David Cameron is even not the representative of his country’s people, but an agent of Zionist lobbyists inside the UK.
In his speech to the United Jewish Israel Appeal, Cameron warned British universities and trade unions against running campaigns, whose objectives are to boycott Israel.
“And to those in Britain’s universities and trades unions who want to boycott Israel and consign it to an international ghetto, I say not only will this government never allow you to shut down 60 years worth of vibrant exchange and partnership that does so much to make both our countries stronger but I also say this: we know what you are doing - trying to delegitimize the State of Israel - and we will not have it”, Cameron said.
The British Prime Minister also renewed his government’s unwavering support to his Zionist masters by threatening the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Cameron accused Iran of exporting terror, willfully ignoring the fact that Iran has not waged or threaten to wage a war against any country in the world for the past 200 years.
The Zionist Prime Minister of Britain must be reminded that his country has been complicit in each and every atrocity that his Zionist masters are committing against defenseless people of Palestine.
In Gaza, the Zionist army is using UK-made drones to target innocent Palestinian women and children.
The UK government has been an active part of any war that has been waged by the successive U.S. governments. Britain and the U.S. invaded Afghanistan in 2001 under the false pretext of war on terror. The South Asian country is still grappling with daily terror and violence created by occupation forces of UK, U.S. and their allies.
In 2003, Britain and the U.S. launched an invasion against Iraq, again under the false pretext of Saddam’s Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs). The country is still fighting a legacy of terror and violence left by the forces of occupation.
Britain has deployed its special forces to Syria, where a foreign-led insurgency is fighting the popular government of president Bashar al-Assad. In Bahrain, a UK agent has been hired by the corrupt monarch of the tiny Persian Gulf island to crush pro-democracy protests and silence the voice of its own people.
Speaking at the gathering of his Zionist masters, the UK Prime Minister referred to Iran’s economic difficulties created by illegal U.S.-led sanctions against the country.
David Cameron cited Iranian currency, oil industry, inflation and other areas of economy that have faced problems.
But, the Prime Minister should be reminded that his own country is suffering a double dip recession at a time when unemployment is higher than any time before. The coalition government under Cameron has cut the much-needed budget of National Health Service (NHS) by 20 billion pounds to provide for a lost war in Afghanistan. Now, it should be asked that “who is exporting terror, Mr. Prime Minister?”
In his speech, David Cameron mocked Iran’s achievements in the field of missile and space technology. But, he should be reminded that his country that boasts of being a developed state, has not been able to put a single satellite into space on its own.
Britain is already struggling to cope with the global economic downturn, and it fears that a powerful Iran would change the strategic balance in the Middle East and thus would pose serious threats to the British economy.