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    • He works for the Elders of Zion naturally. His remuneration package includes the eating of matza prepared with the blood of gentile children as everybody knows.

    • Aww now you’re getting petulant moistly.

      And what you say is rich indeed coming as it does from an Islamist stooge? Who pays for you? Cmon, fess up.

  1. mostly brainless, The only stooges today are “progressive”/socialist/”anti-war” stooges of islamofascism, islamoimperialism, islamosupremecism.

    Hence the release of the bomber of Pan Am 103 on “compassionate” grounds. The righteous “compassion” for libyan oil contracts.

  2. “Col Richard Kemp, an Israeli stooge of the highest order. I wonder who he works for? I wonder who funds the organisation/s he works work? Go figure.”

    From this I take it that you have 30yrs military experience which enables you to take all the information available, analyse it through militarily-trained eyes and have concluded that Kemp is completely wrong?

    Given the tone of your opening jibe, I can’t see it myself.

    Has it occurred to you that this soldier, the commander of British troops in Afghanistan, might just have his own experiences of fighting the Taliban to allow him an informed view? Or, does it occur to you that perhaps he still has our own allied soldiers in mind when he speaks about Israel?

    Those countries who have forces in Afghanistan or Iraq should think about whether they might just be painting themselves into a corner as the double-standards they expect of Israel one day become expected of their soldiers, too.

    Learn a little more about Col Kemp before you leap in with your profoundly ridiculous and infantile comments.

    • Penny moistly is an idiot with less insight than my shoe but should get a verbal slap every time he so much as squeaks here. Take no notice of his burblings. I shan’t after my reply to him above.

  3. “He works for the Elders of Zion naturally. His remuneration package includes the eating of matza prepared with the blood of gentile children as everybody knows.”

    I think you might have left out the fertiliser required for the ‘grow-your-own-tentacle plants. I think he got a bag of that, too.

  4. ‘mostly harmless’ has a great sense of humour. like darth vader posting under the soubriquet of ‘minnie mouse’

  5. Ignore mostly Gormless,a troll and not a very good one either,a pitiful attention seeker, not worthy of a response.

    CiF is full of them……

  6. Men like Richard Kemp are few and far between these days. He displays the courage our political leaders lack, and an honesty which puts the snivelling media to shame.

  7. In my haste to give moistly the verbal slapping he so richly deserves, I have forgotten to compliment Col Kemp on his speech.

    Richard, a splendid speech. Thank you for it.

  8. Bravo Colonel Kemp. It takes courage in the present climate of UK public opinion to be so openly pro-Israel. You are flying deliberately in the face of fashionable mythology. Israel has taken the place once occupied by Soviet Russia as the default bogeyman of the west and any every ill can be attributed to it.

    I’m just waiting for someone to call Israel antisemitic.

  9. If he were really after being in the pay of someone, the most lucrative tack to take is not to be pro-Israeli but anti-Israeli. The Arabs, especially the Saudis, have a lot more money for donating to universities, paying lobbyists, wooing big business, and hiring ex-diplomats than Israel, or the Jews in general, could ever hope to.

  10. True History of Fake “palestinians”
    Hamas foreign minister Hamad made a shocking statement. (Watch video clip at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jauVARIz8ZM). In his statement, Hamad undermines the fundamental “palestinian identity”: “Praise be to Allah, we all have Arabic roots, every palestinian in Gaza and the West Bank can boast of ancestors from Saudi Arabia, Yemen, or from somewhere else. We are all related by blood. I tell about myself. I am half Egyptian. In Gaza, 30 clans with the surname Al-Masri (Egyptian) live. Brothers! Half palestinians are Egyptians, the other half – Saudis! Who are Palestinians? These are people whose ancestors migrated here from Cairo, Alexandria, Aswan, in Upper Egypt. We are all Egyptians! We all Muslims! We are a part of you!
    Article 24 of the 1964 PLO Charter addressed to UN stipulates: “Palestinian muslims do not exercise authority over West Bank (Judea and Samaria) and Gaza territories”
    Arab leaders like Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi told the Peel Commission in 1937: “There is no such country as ‘Palestine’; ‘Palestine’ is a term the Zionists invented!”
    In 1946, Arab historian Philip Hitti testified before the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry that “there is no such thing as Palestine in history.”
    In 1977, an executive committee member of the PLO Zahir Muhsein confirmed that there is no such thing as a separate “palestinian” people of Arab descent. In an interview with the Dutch newspaper Trouw in March 31, 1977, he stated the following: “The palestinian people do not exist. The creation of a palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity.”
    In 1948, Bernadotte, mediator between Jews and Arabs appointed by the UN General Assembly, noted in his journal that the “Palestinian” Arabs had little desire for independence:
    “The Palestinian Arabs had at present no will of their own. Neither have they ever developed any specifically Palestinian nationalism. The demand for a separate Arab state in Palestine is consequently relatively weak. It would seem as though in existing circumstances most of the Palestinian Arabs would be quite content to be incorporated in Transjordan.”
    In 1947, Arab leaders protesting the UN partition plan argued that Palestine was part of Syria and “politically, the Arabs of Palestine (were) not (an) independent separate … political entity.”