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[ Editors Note: We may have a break here, the boomerang kind. The British Jewish Lobby goons will pounce all over MP David Ward for stepping into the forbidden zone. This includes his own party who has already started, but they will put them solidly on the “Whatever Israel does is fine by me” target range. What we need to do is follow up on this by turning the target range into quicksand.
A two pronged approach is needed. All of the politicians in his own party need to be called and polled and blasted for being part of the Ward lynch mob if they are Lobby supporters. And then the British media has to be pummeled for their not standing up for the little guy, and being in the bag themselves.
The manpower is sitting all around us with the unemployed and under employed with tons of time on their hands. They are victims themselves of all of our elitist gangsters and banksters. We have to stitch them together not just for this event, but for all the others that are in the pipeline. We need a phone call torture machine that each week can be put on a new deserving target.
This eliminates the funding hurdle, no travel logistics involved…a major fightback tool that is in everyone’s hands. People need to be challenged. It they feel they have been screwed but won’t fight back, why should anyone help them?
By not doing everything that they can do they self eliminate themselves from being deserving to be in line to get any themselves. They are not children, and are not owed that level of blank check protection… Jim W. Dean ]
A British lawmaker says he would fire rockets into Israel if he lived in the besieged Gaza Strip, which has faced a deadly Israeli offensive for over two weeks.
“The big question is – if I lived in Gaza would I fire a rocket? – probably yes,” Liberal Democrat member of parliament David Ward said in a message posted on Twitter on Tuesday.
British MP – David Ward
He added in a follow-up message that the West should “make up its mind – which side is it on?”
The comments drew criticism from the Liberal Democrats, with some on social media calling on party leader Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg to suspend Ward from the party.
“We utterly condemn David Ward’s comments, they are not representative of the Liberal Democrats,” the party also said in a statement, adding that it would take the matter “very seriously and will treat it as a disciplinary issue.”
Last July, Ward was suspended from his party for making anti-Israeli remarks.
“There will be a ceasefire, then there will be a period of calm,” he said in an interview with BBC Radio Leeds about the latest Israeli onslaught on Gaza, adding, “But during that period of calm when hopefully people are not being murdered, there will still be Palestinians who are being shot by the Israeli forces, they will still be beaten up, there will still be child detentions, that to the Israelis is peace.”
Israeli warplanes have been hitting numerous sites in the Gaza Strip, demolishing homes and burying families in the rubble since July 8. Israeli tanks also began a ground offensive against the impoverished Palestinian land on July 17.
More than 630 Palestinians, mostly women and children, have been killed in Tel Aviv’s offensive so far.
Palestinian resistance fighters have also retaliated against the deadly Israeli attacks by firing a barrage of rockets deep into the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories.