Until now we thought it was logical to assume that since UKIP was the only voice against the leftist EU project in Britain, that it would naturally be against other such lunacies in the world. We therefore are shocked and saddened that UKIP should seek to state it is for an equally dubious con such as the Arab colonial project called 'Palestine'.
|The Deira hotel lobby, in the Gaza 'prison camp'|
If there is Arab suffering in these territories, it is the result of war. A war the Islamic fundamentalists are keen to wage, at whatever expense to their people. A people that voted for Hamas.
In Bat Ye'or's Eurabia, the French born scholar on Islam described how Israel, and Judeophobia, are central to the EU plan for more power. Uniting the Mediterranean countries (North African Islamic countries, as well as the traditionally European states) in a bid to integrate them. The Islamisation of Europe, therefore, being the ultimate consequence of this short-sighted concoction.
With UKIP's stance against the EU, it was naturally assumed that the members of this party were naturally against the main ideas of the EU. Unfortunately, and quite counter-intuitively, that seems not to be the case.
Palestine is not the problem, it's the excuse. Not just the excuse for Muslims to act violently, but the excuse to Islamise the UK (and need we say Europe). The problems, in spite of what many claim, does not exist. To reiterate, there is no 'Palestinian' persecution, genocide, ethnic cleansing, or whatever else they'll think up.
The friends of totalitarianism in this country usually tend to argue that since absolute truth is not attainable, a big lie is no worse than a little lie.
A totalitarian society which succeeded in perpetuating itself would probably set up a schizophrenic system of thought, in which the laws of common sense held good in everyday life and in certain exact sciences, but could be disregarded by the politician, the historian, and the sociologist.
Already there are countless people who would think it scandalous to falsify a scientific textbook, but would see nothing wrong in falsifying a historical fact. It is at the point where literature and politics cross that totalitarianism exerts its greatest pressure on the intellectual.
What you might find, among the more well-trained propagandists, are endless hours of selectively edited footage of clashes of protesters with Israeli solders or police, or incidents arising from provocations the leftist activists have instigated, such as throwing stones at Jews on their Sabbath, or attempting to steal water from Jewish owned property, under the all-inclusive justification that every criminal action of theirs is done because 'this is stolen land' (for which, of course they can provide no proof, as many Israeli court cases will show). Or you may be presented with report after report from so-called human rights organisations who, oddly enough, are funded by OPEC (among others) and some of the same countries that have funded al Qaeda. The list also includes various EU member states as well as Britain.
|Infants with weapons, common in Islamic culture|
Therefore, the creation of the UKIP friends of Palestine is not only politically motivated, but intellectually and morally dishonest.
Much like the EU project, if the Islamisation of Europe continues down it's current path it is headed towards oblivion along with Britain. What is needed, and what we thought UKIP understood, was that in order to tackle our problems we need to solve them, not yield to them.
There are always two sides to every story and in a democracy, all sides should be able to express themselves freely. We understand that UKIP under Nigel Farage represents some the finest values of democracy Britain has to offer. But as we have shown throughout this article, campaigning for "the plight of the Palestinians" is not part of a legitimate democratic debate, much like Holocaust denial or 9/11 conspiracy theories. This is the morally defining issue of our time.
Until and when UKIP rejects these enemies from within, with heavy hearts we categorically reject UKIP as being part of the solution to Europe's problems, and renounce any support for them. We urge our members to do the same.
UPDATE - 29/08/12
We have been informed by Ms. Kim Gandy (on our page) that Mr. Leon Georgiou (Member of UKIP and of Friends of "Palestine" of UKIP) has been posting some nasty Nazi stuff on the profile of a certain Ms. Claire Khaw (Another UKIP member), without any rebuke, which means that both are on the "same field level" of ignorance.
We have checked Mr. Georgiou's profile and came across this:
Here is Mr. Leon Georgiou praising General Gaddafi.
I guess we don't need any excuses to despise the UKIP leadership for allowing corruption and pro-terrorists to be part of their ranks.
See here our article on another fake supporter of Israel - Jacob Campbell, and his pseudo-Zionist friends.
JDL UK team