Why Has Israeli Spy Shai Masot Not Been Expelled? 193

There is no starker proof of the golden chains in which Israel has entangled the British political class, than the incredible fact that “diplomat” Shai Masot has not been expelled for secretly conspiring to influence British politics by attacking Britain’s Deputy Foreign Minister, suggesting that he might be brought down by “a little scandal”. It is incredible by any normal standards of diplomatic behaviour that immediate action was not taken against Masot for actions which when revealed any professional diplomat would normally expect to result in being “PNG’d” – declared persona non grata.

Obama has just expelled 35 Russian diplomats for precisely the same offence, with the exception that in the Russian case there is absolutely zero hard evidence, whereas in the Masot case there is irrefutable evidence on which to act.

To compare the two cases is telling. Al Jazeera should be congratulated on their investigation, which shames the British corporate and state media who would never have carried out such actual journalism. By contrast, the British media has parroted without the slightest scrutiny the truly pathetic Obama camp claims of Russian interference, evidently without reading them. When I was sent the latest “intelligence report” on Russian hacking a couple of evenings ago, I quite genuinely for several minutes thought it was a spoof by the Daily Mash or similar, parodying the kind of ludicrous claims that kept being advanced with zero evidence. I do implore you to read it, as when you realise it is supposed to be serious it becomes still more hilarious.

The existence of a natural preference in Russia to see a US President who does not want to start World War III is quoted as itself evidence that Russia interfered, just as the fact that I could do with some more money is evidence I robbed a bank. The fact that Russia did not criticise the electoral process after the result is somehow evidence that Putin personally ordered electoral hacking. Oh, and the fact that Russia Today once hosted a programme critical of fracking is evidence of a Russian plot to destroy the US economy. Please do read it, I promise you will be laughing for weeks.

In passing, allow me to destroy quickly the “we have smoking gun evidence but it’s too secret to show you” argument. Given the Snowden revelations and the whistleblowing of the former NSA Technical Director Bill Binney, for the US government to claim to be hiding the fact that it can tack all electronic traffic in the USA is risible. This is like saying we can’t give you the evidence in case the Russians find out the sky is blue. If there were hacks, the NSA could identify the precise hack transmitting the precise information out of Washington. Everybody knows that. There were no hacks so there is no evidence. End of argument. They are internal leaks.

The two stories – Russian interference in US politics, Israeli interference in UK politics – also link because the New York Times claims that it was the British that first suggested to the Obama administration that Russian cyber activity was targeting Clinton. Director of Cyber Security and Information Assurance in the British Cabinet Office is Matthew Gould, the UK’s former openly and strongly pro-Zionist Ambassador to Israel and friend of the current Israeli Ambassador Mark Regev. While Private Secretary to David Miliband and William Hague, and then while Ambassador to Israel, Gould held eight secret meetings with Adam Werritty, on at least one occasion with Mossad present and on most occasions also with now minister Liam Fox. My Freedom of Information requests for minutes of these meetings brought the reply that they were not minuted, and my Freedom of Information request for the diary entries for these meetings brought me three pages each containing only the date, with everything else redacted.

I managed to get the information about the Gould/Werritty meetings as a result of relentless questioning, where I was kindly assisted by MPs including Jeremy Corbyn, Caroline Lucas and Paul Flynn. The woman with whom Shai Masot was conniving to undermine Alan Duncan, was Maria Strizzolo, who works for Tory Minister Robert Halfon. It was Halfon who repeatedly tried to obstruct Paul Flynn MP from asking questions of Cabinet Secretary Gus O’Donnell that threatened to get to the heart of the real Adam Werritty scandal.

Both Robert Halfon and Adam Werrity received funding from precisely the same Israeli sources, and in particular from Mr Poju Zabludowicz. Halfon also formerly had a full time paid job as Political Director of the Conservative Friends of Israel. Halfon’s assistant is now caught conspiring with the Israeli Embassy to attack another Tory minister.

House of Commons Publc Admininstration Committee 24/11/2011

Q Paul Flynn: Okay. Matthew Gould has been the subject of a very serious complaint from two of my constituents, Pippa Bartolotti and Joyce Giblin. When they were briefly imprisoned in Israel, they met the ambassador, and they strongly believe—it is nothing to do with this case at all—that he was serving the interest of the Israeli Government, and not the interests of two British citizens. This has been the subject of correspondence.

In your report, you suggest that there were two meetings between the ambassador and Werritty and Liam Fox. Questions and letters have proved that, in fact, six such meetings took place. There are a number of issues around this. I do not normally fall for conspiracy theories, but the ambassador has proclaimed himself to be a Zionist and he has previously served in Iran, in the service. Werritty is a self-proclaimed—

Robert Halfon: Point of order, Chairman. What is the point of this?

Paul Flynn:> Let me get to it. Werritty is a self-proclaimed expert on Iran.

Chair:> I have to take a point of order.

Robert Halfon:> Mr Flynn is implying that the British ambassador to Israel is working for a foreign power, which is out of order.

Paul Flynn:> I quote the Daily Mail: “Mr Werritty is a self-proclaimed expert on Iran and has made several visits. He has also met senior Israeli officials, leading to accusations”—not from me, from the Daily Mail—“that he was close to the country’s secret service, Mossad.” There may be nothing in that, but that appeared in a national newspaper.

Chair:> I am going to rule on a point of order. Mr Flynn has made it clear that there may be nothing in these allegations, but it is important to have put it on the record. Be careful how you phrase questions.

Paul Flynn:> Indeed. The two worst decisions taken by Parliament in my 25 years were the invasion of Iraq—joining Bush’s war in Iraq—and the invasion of Helmand province. We know now that there were things going on in the background while that built up to these mistakes. The charge in this case is that Werritty was the servant of neo-con people in America, who take an aggressive view on Iran. They want to foment a war in Iran in the same way as in the early years, there was another—

Chair:> Order. I must ask you to move to a question that is relevant to the inquiry.

Q Paul Flynn:> Okay. The question is, are you satisfied that you missed out on the extra four meetings that took place, and does this not mean that those meetings should have been investigated because of the nature of Mr Werritty’s interests?

Sir Gus O’Donnell:> I think if you look at some of those meetings, some people are referring to meetings that took place before the election.

Q Paul Flynn:> Indeed, which is even more worrying.

Sir Gus O’Donnell:> I am afraid they were not the subject—what members of the Opposition do is not something that the Cabinet Secretary should look into. It is not relevant.

But these meetings were held—

Chair:> Mr Flynn, would you let him answer please?

Sir Gus O’Donnell:> I really do not think that was within my context, because they were not Ministers of the Government and what they were up to was not something I should get into at all.

Chair:> Final question, Mr Flynn.

Q Paul Flynn:> No, it is not a final question. I am not going to be silenced by you, Chairman; I have important things to raise. I have stayed silent throughout this meeting so far.

You state in the report—on the meeting held between Gould, Fox and Werritty, on 6 February, in Tel Aviv—that there was a general discussion of international affairs over a private dinner with senior Israelis. The UK ambassador was present. Are you following the line taken by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government who says that he can eat with lobbyists or people applying to his Department because, on occasions, he eats privately, and on other occasions he eats ministerially? Are you accepting the idea? It is possibly a source of great national interest—the eating habits of their Secretary of State. It appears that he might well have a number of stomachs, it has been suggested, if he can divide his time this way. It does seem to be a way of getting round the ministerial code, if people can announce that what they are doing is private rather than ministerial.

Sir Gus O’Donnell:> The important point here was that, when the Secretary of State had that meeting, he had an official with him—namely, in this case, the ambassador. That is very important, and I should stress that I would expect our ambassador in Israel to have contact with Mossad. That will be part of his job. It is totally natural, and I do not think that you should infer anything from that about the individual’s biases. That is what ambassadors do. Our ambassador in Pakistan will have exactly the same set of wide contacts.

Q Paul Flynn:> I have good reason, as I said, from constituency matters, to be unhappy about the ambassador. Other criticisms have been made about the ambassador; he is unique in some ways in the role he is performing. There have been suggestions that he is too close to a foreign power.

Robert Halfon:> On a point of order, Chair, this is not about the ambassador to Israel. This is supposed to be about the Werritty affair.

Paul Flynn:> It is absolutely crucial to this report. If neo-cons such as yourself, Robert, are plotting a war in Iran, we should know about it.

Chair:> Order. I think the line of questioning is very involved. I have given you quite a lot of time, Mr Flynn. If you have further inquiries to make of this, they could be pursued in correspondence. May I ask you to ask one final question before we move on?

Sir Gus O’Donnell:> One thing I would stress: we are talking about the ambassador and I think he has a right of reply. Mr Chairman, I know there is an interesting question of words regarding Head of the Civil Service versus Head of the Home Civil Service, but this is the Diplomatic Service, not the Civil Service.

Q Chair:> So he is not in your jurisdiction at all.

Sir Gus O’Donnell:> No.

Q Paul Flynn:> But you are happy that your report is final; it does not need to go the manager it would have gone to originally, and that is the end of the affair. Is that your view?

Sir Gus O’Donnell:> As I said, some issues arose where I wanted to be sure that what the Secretary of State was doing had been discussed with the Foreign Secretary. I felt reassured by what the Foreign Secretary told me.

Q Chair:> I think what Mr Flynn is asking is that your report and the affair raise other issues, but you are saying that that does not fall within the remit of your report and that, indeed, the conduct of an ambassador does not fall within your remit at all.

Sir Gus O’Donnell:> That is absolutely correct.

Paul Flynn:> The charge laid by Lord Turnbull in his evidence with regard to Dr Fox and the ministerial code was his failure to observe collective responsibility, in that case about Sri Lanka. Isn’t the same charge there about our policies to Iran and Israel?

Chair:> We have dealt with that, Mr Flynn.

Paul Flynn:> We haven’t dealt with it as far as it applies—

Chair:> Mr Flynn, we are moving on.

Paul Flynn:> You may well move on, but I remain very unhappy about the fact that you will not allow me to finish the questioning I wanted to give on a matter of great importance.

It is shocking but true that Robert Halfon MP, who disrupted Flynn with repeated points of order, receives funding from precisely the same Israeli sources as Werritty, and in particular from Mr Poju Zabludowicz. He also formerly had a full time paid job as Political Director of the Conservative Friends of Israel. It is not surprising that Shai Masot evidently views Halfon as a useful tool for attacking senior pro-Palestinian members of his own party.

But despite the evasiveness of O’Donnell and the obstruction of paid zionist puppet Halfon, O’Donnell confirmed vital parts of my investigation. In particular he agreed that the Fox-Werritty-Gould “private dinner” in Tel Aviv was with Mossad, and that Gould met Werritty many times more than the twice that O’Donnell listed in his “investigation” into the Werritty affair. The truth of the Werritty scandal, hidden comprehensively by the mainstream media, was that Werritty was inside the UK Ministry of Defence working for Israel. That is why it was so serious that Defence Minister Liam Fox had to resign

Of the eight meetings of Fox-Gould-Werritty together which I discovered, seven were while Fox was Secretary of State for Defence. Only one was while Fox was in opposition. But O’Donnell let the cat much further out of the bag, with the astonishing admission to Paul Flynn’s above questioning that Gould, Fox and Werritty held “meetings that took place before the election.” He also referred to “some of those meetings” as being before the election. Both are plainly in the plural.

It is evident from the information gained by Paul Flynn that not only did Fox, Gould and Werritty have at least seven meetings while Fox was in power – with no minutes and never another British official present – they had several meetings while Fox was shadow Foreign Secretary. O’Donnell was right that what Fox and Werritty were up to in opposition was not his concern. But what Gould was doing with them – a senior official – most definitely was his concern. A senior British diplomat cannot just hold a series of meetings with the opposition shadow Defence Secretary and a paid Israeli lobbyist.

All of this underlined the pernicious influence that Israel has in the political class, which is founded on the Israeli lobby’s shameless use of cash for influence – as witnessed in the discussion between Shai Masot and Labour Firends of Israel and his flaunting of a million. Attitudes towards the plight of the Palestinians are an extreme example of the disconnect between public opinion and the views of the political class, and Al Jazeera should be congratulated heartily on giving us a peek into that.

No further evidence is required. There could be no more conclusive evidence of Israel’s undue and pernicious influence than the astonishing fact that Shai Masot has not yet been expelled.

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193 thoughts on “Why Has Israeli Spy Shai Masot Not Been Expelled?

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  • Sharp Ears

    71 British doctors have been campaigning to make the Israeli Medical Association take action against Israeli doctors complicit in the torture of prisoners in Israeli custody and prisons. The ex president of the World Medical Association is protective of the IMA in this matter.

    Doctors and torture
    The campaign about doctors and torture in Israel five years on
    BMJ 2014; 349 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.g4386 (Published 09 July 2014)
    Cite this as: BMJ 2014;349:g4386 (Register to read the details)
    Sir Michael Marmot, the World Medical Association, and medical complicity with torture in Israel

    In February this year the BMJ posted up our letter relating the extraordinary response by UK academic Sir Michael Marmot, President of the World Medical Association (the official organisation monitoring medical ethics internationally) to the submission by 71 UK doctors of an evidence-based appeal about longstanding complicity with torture by Israeli doctors shielded by the Israeli Medical Association (IMA). (1) The WMA is mandated to ensure that its member associations, which include the IMA, abide by its declarations- in particular the anti-torture Declaration of Tokyo which forbids doctors any involvement with torture and obliges them whenever they encounter it to protect the victim and to speak out.


  • RobG

    This is what I said in response to another poster in a thread that’s now been deleted:

    Teresa May is a complete psychopath, who, amongst other things, has supported numerous idiotic wars, and as Home Secretary set-up a completely phony enquiry into VIP rape and murder of children, and also brought in the Investigatory Powers Act (snooper’s charter) which has now become law and makes Britain one of the most repressive countries on Earth.

    Makes you proud to be British, dunnit.

    Further, Corbyn wipes the floor with May at every PMQs (this never gets reported) and is a totally ineffectual leader with seemingly strange personality traits who is the laughing stock of most of the rest of the world.

    But please don’t get the impression that I dislike Teresa May…

    • Habbabkuk

      “Further, Corbyn wipes the floor with May at every PMQs (this never gets reported)”

      The thought occurs that it doesn’t get reported because it doesn’t happen.

        • Bill Rollinson

          MSM are anti Corbyn because he speaks against the Agenda. The Corporate driven MSM are Globalist supporters, Trump, Corbyn, Farage, Le Pen, Orban, Wilders, Putin and now Duterte are all ridiculed for the same reason.
          There’s lots of material that isn’t reported and one main part, are Corbyn’s policies.

      • Jo

        It has happened but there is so much bias in the MSM against Corbyn that it doesn’t get reported when Corbyn gets the better of May.

      • D_Majestic

        And if it did you wouldn’t acknowledge it anyway, H.-which is exactly what the (Ahem) “Free press ” do. Even a senior journalist at the Independent has recorded the fact, which is praiseworthy. And he an ardent Blairite at that. For God’s sake-do at least try to keep up.

    • John Goss

      No, no, no. It’s much worse than that. You’ve forgotten her “Go Home!” vans and the Islamaphobic extradition of Muslims (including a highly-regarded poet and Asberger sufferer) to US high-security prisone locked up 23 (sometimes 24) hours a day. Lest we forget.

      • RobG

        I did forget the “go home ” vans, and much worse; in fact if you want to get me onto Theresa May… but no, another time.

        On a board where there is no edit function we all make typos/mistakes. In fact I have to say, for a board that doesn’t have an edit function there’s remarkably few typos, from all sides of the debate.

    • Shatnersrug

      The guardian is just an embarrassment. I think it’s fairly safe to say that SIS think of it as an asset

  • BMac71

    The panel of eminent newspaper commentators on the Andrew Marr show this morning seemed to think the story was a great scoop for the Mail/Express (Al Jazeera not mentioned) but laughed it off as not a serious story, Andrew of course didn’t pursue the matter – for fear of upsetting the Israelis?
    Had it been a Russian diplomat I suspect the great and good would have been demanding expulsions of those evil reds under our beds!

  • Alcyone

    Two months coming, but far from too late but also far from accepting Farage’s offer to hit the road running with natural warmth:

    BREAKING NEWS: Boris Johnson has flown to New York for talks with key members of Donald Trump’s team

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4099782/Boris-Johnson-flown-New-York-talks-key-members-Donald-Trump-s-team.html#ixzz4VCyv84pM

    Does anybody know the name, or even heard of it before, of the British Ambassador to the US? Well, frankly in the scheme of things, that’s how important they are.

    Btw for those who don’t know, the British Embassy in Washington was designed by Edwin Lutyens. Lutyens wife, Emily (Lady Emily Bulwer-Lytton (1874–1964), third daughter of The 1st Earl of Lytton, a former Viceroy of India) was I believe Krishnamurti’s guardian in England when he was sent to England by Annie Besant his adoptive mother, both of whom shared with K an excellent relationship. Lutyens’ daughter Mary eventually wrote an authorised biography of K. I thought I would mention this for the numerous historians here. Uneducated dummies who like to untruthfully lie and malign K should also expand their awareness.

    • Alcyone

      Needless to say if he were accompanied by Farage, he would be meeting Trump too, not just the gatekeepers. We shall see….

  • RobG

    RE: the Fort Lauderdale Airport shooting, it’s the sixth mass shooting incident in as many days in America (and there have been more mass shooting incidents under Obama’s presidency than at least the five previous Presidents combined – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Az2neZzL6UA ).

    By coincidence, new gun laws have been under consideration in Florida, and are going to be voted on this coming week…


    Am I turning into a redneck?!

  • Hieroglyph

    Yay, Werrity is back! Not quite sure where he is though, skulking in the shadows somewhere, no doubt. I think the Werrity stuff is Craig’s most interesting work, on this blog. Odd that no journalist will touch it.

    I note BoJo has flown to Washington in no way whatsoever attempting to avoid the fall out. In fairness, I suppose these things are booked in advance, especially as he’s seeing Trump, but BoJo will be delighted he gets to avoid difficult questions.

    George Galloway, whose show Craig was on apparently, is asking rather difficult questions about the 1 million ‘slush fund’ (his words) being used by Labour Friends of Israel. So, not only is our Israeli spy causing problems for the UK Government, he’s also kinda bribing the opposition. They don’t call these things ‘bribes’ these days, because that’s tacky. I think it now goes by the word ‘sponsorship’, or similar. Looks a lot like our own politicians are engaged in treason, to me, but again treason is such a pre-globalist term. Language is a funny thing, is it not?

  • mauisurfer

    Israel has been interfering in USA government, destroying USA politicians and controlling legislation for many years
    The first to go was gop senator Percy from Illinois, in 1984.
    Percy was Chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He was a protege of Ike, who recruited him to run for the Senate when he was 29 year old president of Bell & Howell. Percy was a serious candidate for President.
    quote from wiki:
    Sen. Percy’s insistence on his “devotion to Israel” did little to quell anger among voters upset by his criticism of the invasion of Lebanon in 1982 and of settlement building in the occupied territories — actions he saw as contrary to U.S. interests and disruptive of efforts to maintain peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors.

    • Yonatan

      For a secific case, I would go for Henry ‘Scoop’ Jackson and his attempt to tie the USSR attempt to get US MFN status in with forced relaxation of their Jewish emigration policy in the early 1970’s. He was also involved in attempts to sabotage the SALT talks. Even Kissinger reports that the MFN link was bizarre – he notes that Jackson successfully converted a Soviet domestic policy into a US domestic issue. However, Jackson may not have come up with this idea all on his own. He was assisted at the time by one Richard Perle.

      The key threshold however was in 1967 when Israel found it could murder US naval personnel with impunity.

  • mauisurfer

    highly recommended, long forgotten in usa msm:
    They Dare To Speak Out, People and Institutions Confront Israel’s Lobby
    by Paul Findley, Illinois Congressman for 22 Years (1985)

  • Becky Cohen

    Hmm…the revelation that “Boris Johnson is an idiot” must be the least surprising breach of the Official Secrets Act ever;)

    • Alcyone

      The point is is he’s ‘liked’. Very pragmatic, that allows him to get away with saying things like the Saudis are ‘puppeteers’! Good thing too! Half of America thinks that Trump is an idiot. May be not so.

    • Laguerre

      I’m sure Israel will ensure that the documentary is thrown in the bin, and not screened.

  • jake

    Ever since God was a boy diplomatic staff have been keen to exert influence over policy in the country to which they have been posted. Ok, so he overstepped the mark. Call in the head honcho; firm rebuke, apologies and handshakes, culprit sent home. Surely though in this case the real scandal is the British civil servant who by all appearances was conspiring with this agent of a foreign power to undermine the credibility and effectiveness of a UK minister. Should we be satisfied with a resignation? I think not. An investigation to establish if their was any criminality seems called for as would be an investigation to determine to full extent of this conspiracy and whether other individuals might have been involved or played a part.

    • michael norton

      So it would seem this massive Eastern Mediterranean Methane reserve stretching from
      Egypt / Israel / Lebanon / Syria / Turkey / Cyprus is causing some disagreements.
      As expected Israel is bullying Lebanon, Turkey is bullying Cyprus and Syria, Turkey is considering an annexation of Northern Cyprus.
      Let The Great Game begin – again.
      Should Turkey annex North Cyprus?

        • michael norton

          In 2011, Noble Energy estimated that a pipeline to Leviathan gas field could be in operation as soon as
          2014 or 2015. Surveys suggest more than 100 trillion cubic feet (2.831 trillion cubic metres) of reserves lie untapped in the eastern Mediterranean basin between Cyprus and Israel
          – almost equal to the world’s total annual consumption of natural gas.
          On 11 July 2011 the main power station of Cyprus producing 60% of electricity was damaged in an explosion of stored 98 gunpowder containers at a naval base. The power station needs repair before full operation.

          I might be a bit cynical but I think I can see reasons why the Syrian “Civil” War was started.
          Turkey steals Hatay Province from Syria.
          Turkey joins NATO.
          The Americans build Incirlik Air Base, just to the North of Hatay Province.
          Syria is at least partly aligned to Russia.
          Then one of the Worlds largest Methane Reserves is discovered under the Eastern Mediterranean,
          Most massive eXplosion at the main Naval base in Cyprus ( causing Cyprus to loose 10% GDP)
          British Soveriegn Base in Cyprus the main listening and control centre for the Eastermn Mediterranean,
          New Gas fired Plant being built in Cyprus
          Arab Spring.

      • Macky

        Message issued by a Cypriot Site;


        Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has once again revealed his dangerously undemocratic plans by threatening to annex Northern Cyprus, which his country forcefully invaded over four decades ago, conquering almost 40% of the island’s territory and expelling 150,000 Greeks from their rightful homes.

        Cyprus is a highly diverse nation with a rich history dating back to the Paleolithic Era. Although it was always inhabited predominantly by Mycenaean Greeks, the small Mediterranean island was also influenced by Phoenician, Egyptian, Ottoman, Venetian and British culture, which served as Cyprus’ rulers and conquerors during various time periods.

        To this day, despite being a sovereign state and a member of the UN, Cyprus shares many vital similarities with Greece. The two countries share a national anthem, a language and alphabet, and several national holidays. Ever since the 1830′s, the concept of enosis came to be – the desire of Cypriot Greeks to be reunited with mainland Greece under one government. The government even asked the EU to aid the reunification process.

        So what gives Turkey any claim to the island of Cyprus?

        After the Second World War, the US government created what was referred to as the Marshall Plan. It was a plot to control Greece, Turkey and Iran, as to prevent them from falling under Soviet influence. So by 1947, Cyprus had been invaded on the orders of the American government, which allowed the former two countries no self-determination. In a way, it could be likened to a game of chess, in which the United States played as both black and white.

        Turkish soldiers brutally murdered the Cypriot people, stole their possessions, raped the women, tortured the men, forced them out of their homes, committed ethnic cleansing, destroyed the island’s cultural heritage, stole its ancient monuments, and forbade the native people from returning to their lands.

        105 Greeks and 1300 Greek Cypriots were killed.
        1100 Greeks and Greek Cypriots were reported missing.

        There were cases in which Turkish soldiers rounded up all females aged 12 to 71 in Cypriot villages and repeatedly raped them to the point of irrevirsible mental damage.

        Now the Turkish government is set on annexing the already occupied Northern Cyprus by holding a referendum.

        A referendum in which the occupiers and conquerors of a country are going to vote on whether this country should belong to them or not.

        The American government remains indifferent to the injustice it caused.
        The European Union refuses to help its two member states or stand up to Turkey.

        Greece and Cyprus are in danger.

        Help protect the Cypriot people from the injustice of Turkish tyranny.

        Stay informed.”

        • Yonatan

          Let’s see. On the second attempt, Russia has managed to wean Turkey away from ISIS-Stream onto Turk-Stream. The route from Turkey to Europe will almost inevitably go through Greece. In order for Turkey to get its grubby hands on transit fees, the gas has to flow. That will require Greece and Turkey negotiating, and I guess that Russia will be keen to see and encourage a peaceful diplomatic solution to the Cyprus problem.

        • Laguerre

          Why republish Greek Cypriot scare stories? You certainky manage to show the worst side of Greek Cypriots, hectoring and nationalistic. The Turks would be unwise to sign an agreement with people like that. But I suppose in fact that there are not so many Greek Cypriots like that; the writer ios more an exception.

  • Aubrey

    How this can be politically correct? It is obvious that some are more democratic then others! UK is used with backstage arrangements!

  • nevermind

    Great article Craig, I think we only know half of it. Now that Ms Stizzolo has resigned maybe Mr.s Halfon is ready to employ Adam Werrity in that position, with his excellent access and past record that should be a doddle.

    When you write this one wonders whether he was more than inside, he lived to gether with Liam Fox which makes both of them suspicious.
    If Werritty was an Israeli spy, what about Dr. Fox himself? One should think that after the ‘access all PPS’s’ scandal and international fingerpointing of the past it was far too easy for Fox to weasel himself back into the frame, unless off course, somebody more precious than him spoke up to get him the job in Trade, put him in charge of Israeli UK arms deals/R&D cooperation and bile throwing at Iran.

    “The truth of the Werritty scandal, hidden comprehensively by the mainstream media, was that Werritty was inside the UK Ministry of Defence working for Israel. That is why it was so serious that Defence Minister Liam Fox had to resign”

  • Sharp Ears

    How many British MPs are working for Israel?
    by Jonathan Cook / January 8th, 2017

    Al Jazeera is to be congratulated on an undercover investigation exposing something most of us could probably have guessed: that some Israeli embassy staff in the UK – let’s not pussy around, Mossad agents – are working with senior political activists and politicians in the Conservative and Labour parties to subvert their own parties from within, and skew British foreign policy so that it benefits Israeli, rather than British, interests.


    Regev and co have really shot themselves in the foot. There has never been so much adverse publicity about the FoI organisations.

  • nevermind

    O/T But this are the new developments that are questioning our Conservative drive to spend billions on upgrading Trident. These mini drones are being readied for actions, soon they will not be driven by those who release these mechanisms, but by themselves. They are learning ‘on the job’ as they say and are managed by AI.

    So what makes us think that this sort of technology is not for underwater usage in a different form or application? Are we being fooled and bled by US military industrial interests.


  • M0sstr00per

    The question that needs to be asked, is why has membership of these Zionist parliamentary lobby groups become such an apparent prerequisite for success in UK politics?

    It seems that a rogue foreign power has been allowed to infiltrate & exert the same pernicious influence over the UK’s political system & establishment media as it has over international law..

    Surely when they’re fomenting coups & plotting to “take down” politicians that don’t further the Zionist agenda, there needs to be action. I can only assume that the failure to initiate that action, comes from fear

    I think there needs to be an independent public enquiry into the true extent of Zionist influence & interference. Drag these shady figures out into the light. .

    • Silvio

      “Surely when they’re fomenting coups & plotting to “take down” politicians that don’t further the Zionist agenda, there needs to be action. I can only assume that the failure to initiate that action, comes from fear”

      I would be in fear too if my chestnuts were being held tightly in a vice under someone elses control with the knowledge that should I displease that party it would be free to turn the crank on the vice to whatever extent it liked.

  • Cliff Page

    Wait till Jerrod Kustner and David Friedman get in power. The Zionist won’t have to play any dirty tricks to bring down government officials. They will be in Power in the United States. We will start to see the word “traitor” used in every day life far more.

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