Saudi & Israeli control of Westminster and ‘controlled right’ – a study commissioned by ResRadio and Liberty Defenders
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The following study on extremism, and the influence the Israeli lobby and Saudi elite have on our government was compiled by Pete Winfield, with quotes from Jack Sen, Dr Marcus Papadopoulos (leading European political scholar & analyst) and Brian Cloughley (journalist)
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"Much has been made about the infinitesimally small influence Russia has on British domestic politics. In fact it literally pales in comparison to the power and influence the Israeli lobby and Saudi elite have over our pathetic treasonous government and elements of the controlled Right.
Political and military "cooperation" between Riyadh and London - Saudi Arabia and Britain's respective capitals - have been potent for decades. They've grown stronger due to our government's vile decision to back the Saudis in their conflict with Yemen, and support both Saudi Arabia and Israel as they attack the sovereign nation of Syria." Jack Sen stated during a recent podcast and policy discussion.
Renowned political analyst Dr Marcus Papadopoulos affirmed this in a recent Center for Research on Globalisation conversation. "The Saudis and the British have armed, trained and financed Wahhabist terrorist groups in the country, such as Al-Nusra and the FSA, to try and overthrow the Syrian Government, while in Yemen, the British have sold billions of pounds worth of weapons to Riyadh so that the Saudi military can continue prosecuting its campaign of terror against Yemeni civilians."
In fact both Saudi Arabia and Israel want Syria destabilised and Assad toppled, with both nations funding Islamist rebels, Israel building hospitals ISIS radicals regularly receive treatment from.
Dr Papadopolous continued, "Many British politicians have close ties to Saudi Arabia and defend the Saudis to the bone. So, for instance, in October 2016, the Labour Party put forward a motion in the House of Commons calling on the British Government to withdraw UK support from Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen.
Vast numbers of Conservative MPs voted against the motion, while approximately 100 Labour MPs were absent from the vote. Unsurprisingly, the motion was defeated. The actions of those Conservative and roughly 100 Labour MPs was an affront to humanity and shameful. Those politicians have the blood of Yemeni civilians, including babies and children, on their hands. But, what that vote demonstrated is how powerful Saudi influence is at the UK Houses of Parliament."
The political landscape in the UK is dominated by the Conservative and Labour parties, and Saudi influence can be found in both of these parties, especially the Conservative one. Regarding protests by British politicians against the visit to London by Mohammed bin Salman, these will be, regrettably, rather insignificant. There will be, undoubtedly, protests by some Labour politicians who are on the left of the Labour Party. As regards protests by Conservative politicians, I doubt there will be any at all."
Then there's Israel....
"Although Jews make up less than 1% of Britain's population they are statistically overrepresented in the media, immigration industry and wield great power and influence over Westminster. Israel's interests literally mirror those of the Saudi's, both in the Mid East and at home." Jack Sen added.
"From bankrolling most major figures on the Right, to controlling half the Labour party and most of the Tory party, Israel's influence on British politics is quite shocking.
Although the Saudis wield less political influence on Britain, they control vast amounts of wealth in the country, bankrolling many of our very worst politicians.
Monstrous sums of Saudi money is invested in London, especially in the stock market and in the property sector-with as much as 1/5th of West London in Saudi hands.
I think it is fair to say that most mosques and Islamic centres are also under Saudi control, who use this power to push extremist Wahhabi ideals most Britain based Muslims aren't exposed to in their birth and ancestral nations.
This is in fact why we see Muslims become radicalised while in Britain, not in their ancestral homelands. Once radicalised they return to the Mid East to attack the nations and the moderate leaders of those nations they once called home...Understanding why Islamists are here and which nations are funding them is key to stopping the spread of extremism.
Sadly, this is something you will never here the likes of Raheem Kassam, Anne Marie Waters and the other Zionist/Wahhabist infiltrators discuss, for obvious reasons. " Jack Sen concluded, expounding on Dr Papadopoulos's earlier statement.
The aforementioned information in fact corroborates something expressed by the Grand Mufti of Syria during a trip he made to the UK some 20 odd years ago. The Mufti spoke at a mosque, as well as London's largest Jewish synagogue, warning that "the terrorists are very close and that British mosques are in the hands of Saudis and the Muslim Brotherhood."
He continued, "I said the same thing in Oxford. But nobody seems to have taken any notice."
If only we had listened....
Counterpunch.org's, Brian Cloughley, writes that last year the online publication Foreign Policy Journal published ‘The Best Congress AIPAC Can Buy,’ in which it was made clear that the American Israel Public Affairs Committee led a pro-Israel grouping that “is probably the strongest, best organized and most effective lobby network in Washington DC. For the 2015-2016 election cycle, the pro-Israel network has already dispensed $4,255,136 in contributions.” Then in August 2017 Global Research went further and deeper by stating that “AIPAC (formerly the American Zionist Committee) is a high-powered, multi-financed, multi-faceted, political pressure group working exclusively in the interests of six million Israelis and NOT for the welfare or benefit of 320 million Americans. It not only influences US legislation but raises massive sums of money in order to ensure that the House of Representatives and the Senate are both populated by members who support AIPAC’s political and economic agenda as a priority over that of the United States of America.”
It couldn’t be more obvious that a foreign country is interfering dramatically in the governance of the United States. But it doesn’t stop there, because even crisis-ridden Britain receives the creepy attention of Israel’s activists.
The government of the United Kingdom is in a state of turmoil, mainly because it lacks authority as a result of holding an election in which the Conservative party was unexpectedly dealt a severe blow to its pride and popularity. Since then its indecision and incompetence have been complicated by scandal, of which the latest involved enforced resignations of two cabinet ministers, one because he indulged in sexual harassment, and the latest, the overseas aid minister, Ms Priti Patel, because she told lies to the prime minister about a visit to Israel.
Ms Patel admitted her actions “fell below the high standards expected of a secretary of state” which was certainly the case, because she told lies; but her low standard expeditions appear to have involved some intriguing antics. It was reported that in August she went on “a secret trip to Israel with a lobbyist, during which she held 12 meetings, including one with Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, without informing either [Prime Minister] May or Boris Johnson, the foreign secretary.” It is amazing that she could have imagined that British intelligence services would not report her movements and meetings in the daily brief, but this did not stop her telling the Guardian newspaper that “Boris knew about the visit. The point is that the Foreign Office did know about this, Boris knew about [the visit to Israel]. It is not on, it is not on at all. I went out there, I paid for it, and there is nothing else to this. It is quite extraordinary. It is for the Foreign Office to go away and explain themselves.”
But it wasn’t the Foreign Office that had to explain things, because this was yet another squalid deception by a grubby little politician — for whatever reason she may have had to try to disguise her motives. Her assertion that “I went on holiday and met with people and organisations . . . It is not about who else I met, I have friends out there,” didn’t ring true, and the media discovered a whole raft of deceit.
Not only did she have a dozen meetings with “friends” in Israel, but, as revealed by the Sun newspaper, “on September 7, Ms Patel met Israeli Minister for Public Security Gilad Erdan for talks in the House of Commons. Then, on September 18, she met Israel’s Foreign Ministry boss Yuval Rotem while in New York at the UN General Assembly. Ms Patel would not last night [November 6] disclose what the meetings were about. She had seen both men in Tel Aviv in August . . .”
She was accompanied on her Middle Eastern holiday by an agent of influence of Israel, Lord Polak, who attended all her meetings with Israel’s best and brightest, including Prime Minister Netanyahu. And Polak went with her to New York, with his flight being paid for by the Israeli consulting firm ISHRA, which “offers a wide range of client services.” Polak was also present when she had undisclosed discussions with the Israeli Minister for Public Security in the House of Commons before she went to New York.
Lord Polak didn’t have far to walk to the House of Commons because he is a member of the adjacent House of Lords, Britain’s unelected upper chamber of Parliament, which is a travesty of democracy. It makes a mockery of social equality and far too many of its members are generous donors to political parties or failed politicians who have been “kicked upstairs” to well-recompensed relaxation as compensation for years of political toadying. There are 800 members of the House, making it the second-largest legislative assembly in the world, after China’s National People’s Congress (and it has to be borne in mind that China has a population of 1.3 billion as against Britain’s 65 million).
In short, the House of Lords is a farcical disgrace. But it still has much influence, because there is a great deal of money sloshing around, and there are people and political parties who control this money — like the Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI), an organisation that the Financial Times (FT) reports has “an estimated 80 per cent of Tory MPs as members.” And it is no coincidence that Lord Polak “spent a quarter of a century as head of the CFI . . . He quit as director in 2015 to join the House of Lords, but has remained the group’s honorary president.”
CFI is a wealthy organisation which the FT notes “has given £377,994 [495,000 US dollars] to the Conservative party since 2004, mostly in the form of fully-funded trips to Israel for MPs.” Not only that, but it gives large individual donations to Conservative members of parliament — and does anyone imagine for a moment that any politician so favoured is going to say a single word against Israel in any forum in any context?
They’ve been bought.
The CFI’s deep-pocket generosity includes holding an annual London dinner, at which last December the prime minister not only referred to Lord Polak as “the one and only Stuart Polak” but noted there were over 200 legislators present and declared she was “so pleased that the CFI has already taken 34 of the 74 Conservative MPs elected in 2015 to Israel.”
Money is the most important feature of UK-Israel relations, and May was thrilled about “our countries’ biggest-ever business deal, worth over £1 billion, when Israeli airline El Al decided to use Rolls Royce engines in its new aircraft.” It all comes down to money, and Israel, in receipt of oceans of cash from the United States, can splurge it where it wants.
Last year it was announced that the US “will give Israel $38 billion in military assistance over the next decade, the largest such aid package in US history, under a landmark agreement signed on [September 14]” which includes an annual amount of $3.3 billion in “foreign military financing.”
Britain can’t give Israel any money, as it is itself in a poor financial situation, but it tries to make up for lack of cash by unconditional political support. It doesn’t matter to Britain’s government that Israel is in violation of nearly 100 UN Security Council resolutions, most of them requiring its withdrawal from illegally occupied Arab lands. Don’t expect the United Kingdom to criticise the Israeli fiefdom.
The love-fest between Britain’s Conservative party and the state of Israel is not only unhealthy but suspiciously personal. There is little wonder that the British government has done its best to sweep the sordid Patel affair under the carpet, and that the intrigues of Lord Polak are being kept very quiet indeed.
Lord Polak is chair of the advisory board of TWC Associates, a “boutique consultancy specialising in the development of political strategy”, which lists among its clients several Israeli defence companies, including Elbit Systems which specialises in defence electronics.
In 2012 it was disclosed that TWC and Elbit Systems were involved in the appalling British “Generals for Hire” scandal when Elbit’s UK chairman told undercover Sunday Times reporters that TWC could gain access to government “from the prime minister down.” In this particularly revolting instance of corruption the British retired Lieutenant General Richard Applegate, then Chairman of TWC, boasted that TWC had enormous influence, through its connections with Conservative Friends of Israel. He declared that “We piggy back on something, and please don’t spread this around, to do with basically Conservative Friends of Israel . . . do a series of discreet engagements using advisers to gain access to particular decision makers.” Just as Ms Patel was doing in Tel Aviv and London and New York, with the shadowy but authoritative guidance of the creepy Polak.
There is a lot that is wrong in the United Kingdom at the moment, but the Israeli scandal is the most squalid pantomime so far revealed in the tenure of the present administration. The prime minister is desperate to conceal her government’s intimate association with Israel, and is achieving success by deflecting media attention away from the machinations of the Israeli lobby and selecting other targets. Her attack on Russia in a bizarre diatribe at a London banquet on November 13 was indicative of panic, but the headlines were obtained and the grubby Israel drama faded away into the background.
In the words of Prime Minister Theresa May on November 2, just as news of the Patel scandal was breaking, “We are proud to stand here today together with Prime Minister Netanyahu and declare our support for Israel. And we are proud of the relationship we have built with Israel.”
The British public will never know what Patel, Polak and all the other agents of influence were scheming to achieve, or what sinister fandangos they may get up to in the future, but we can be certain that the Britain-Israel alliance will continue to prosper. The United States has “the best Congress AIPAC can buy,” and Britain’s legislators are right up there with their transatlantic colleagues. They have no scruples and no shame, but seem to have plenty of cash.
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