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It all started with a Declaration

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The current roots of the crisis in the Middle East can be traced back to 1917, when the British Government issued a statement supporting the idea of creating a homeland for the Jews in the Middle East.

At the time Jews were a minority of the population. The population of the whole region of Palestine, which includes what is now modern-day Israel, was approximately 94,000 Jewish, 70,000 Christian and 525,000 Muslim.

The British subsequently controlled Palestine for nearly three decades, with their Mandate ending on 15th May 1948. During this time there were numerous riots between the Jewish and Arab communities living in the region. These included the 1936 - 1939 Arab revolt and the 1944 - 1947 Jewish insurgency, which finally led to a full blown civil war after the end of the Mandate and official proclamation of the State of Israel.

As a result of the war, the State of Israel controlled the area that the UN had proposed for the Jewish state, as well as almost 60% of the area proposed for the Arab state, including the Jaffa, Lydda and Ramle area, Upper Galilee, some parts of the Negev and a wide strip along the Tel Aviv–Jerusalem road. Israel also took control of West Jerusalem, which was meant to be part of an international zone for Jerusalem. Around 750,000 Palestinian Arabs fled or were expelled from their homes, out of a population of 1,200,000 Arabs that had been living in the former British Mandate.

From May 1948 to the end of 1951, about 700,000 Jews settled in the land, doubling the Jewish population there. About 156,000 Arabs remained in the land, becoming Israeli citizens. The displaced Palestinian Arabs, known as Palestinian refugees, were settled in Palestinian refugee camps throughout the Arab world. There remain more than 1,000,000 refugees still living in about 50 camps today.

Fast forwarding to now, the borders of the Palestinian territories remain broadly the same, although the Arab areas of the West Bank have continually shrunk due to hard-line Israeli governments over recent decades grabbing ever more land for their state. The despicable terrorist group Hamas has now broken out of Gaza and carried out dreadful atrocities in Israel, which have been rightly condemned the world over.

It remains, however, as important as ever to understand how we got to this point. What may have seemed like a good idea back in 1917 ended up being extremely poorly implemented. Little consideration was taken of the views of the Arab population at the time, and subsequent events have only proven to cement the view that meddling in the region has proven to be nothing less than a massive folly.

The "Conservatives" want ULEZ

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Railing against Khan because of the pointless ULEZ expansion misses the point.

ULEZ is Tory government policy. TfL funding is linked to its expansion, which Grant Shapps pushed for.

Rishi Sunak and his "Conservative" party could get rid of ULEZ but they won't because it's party policy that they all support. They are all wedded to the nuttery that is Net Zero.

This is yet another reason why the fake "Conservative" party must be booted out at the next election, followed by the "Labour" party thereafter. Hopefully then we will have our revolution.

The UK's Problem is the Electorate

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Despite the cost of living, the lock-downs, the botched Brexit, the net zero nuttery, the wokery infesting everything, and much more besides, the voters of Uxbridge still voted "Conservative" in yesterday's by-election.

And in Selby and Aintsy, the voters went for a kid just out of school.

This is why the UK is in trouble. 99% of the voters keep voting the same way.

How long it will take for people to wake up? A vote for any of the main parties is a wasted vote.

We are all suffering because of the poor choices of the majority. Until enough people reach the end of their tether this situation will continue.

I just hope it's not for too long.

Matthew Goodwin on the future of UK politics:

The last 13 years of "Conservative" rule is 13 years of failure. The people in charge have made all the wrong decisions:

  • A botched Brexit with continuing EU rule over Northern Ireland, courtesy of Theresa May, Oliver Robbins, Boris Johnson, a treacherous Civil Service and a Brexit-hating Parliament.

  • Closing down nearly a dozen of our coal fired power plants, making us more reliant on gas, "renewables" and imports from the continent. Energy bills have therefore increased dramatically. In addition, no new nuclear power plants have been built anywhere in the UK and there remains a ban on shale gas production. Our gas storage capacity has also been downgraded.

  • An absurd over-reaction to a bad flu virus, which has cost over £400 billion, increasing our total national debt to over £2 trillion. There should have been no lock-downs, masks, "social" distancing or any of the other crazy measures that were imposed on the country from March 2020, and which those of us of sound mind ignored and rejected.

  • An increasing amount of woke nonsense infesting all our institutions, schools and universities, and a failure to uphold the basic principle of free speech.

  • No reduction in the sky-high immigration into the country, which has now reached incredible levels, putting more and more pressure on local services and driving wages downwards.

  • No reform of the House of Lords, which is stuffed full of hundreds of political cronies of little use and with little common sense either.

  • No progress on environmental concerns such as the scourge of littering and the continual pollution of our waterways and coastlines.

  • An increasing ballooning of the size of the state. No axing of the quangos or reduction in local government.

In summary: a record of total failure, for which the "Conservative" Party deserves electoral extermination in 2024. The "Labour" Party will do no better. Maybe in the not too distant future enough people will have woken up to vote for something different and get our country back on track.

Neil Oliver on the Coronation

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Neil sums it up perfectly:

"Conservatives" - a Party of Con Men

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The "Conservative" Party is a total con.

Here is Sir Rocco Forte explaining why he won't support the Tories anymore:

Reform UK holds Spring Rally

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It's time to ditch the LibLabCon. Here is Ann Widdecombe on fine form at the Reform UK Spring Rally:

The Churches Failed the Test

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I recently came across an excellent article by the HART group on the Banality of Evil. Near the end of the article are 5 key points which all those who opposed the lockdowns will heartily agree with:

  • Forced social isolation of citizens is always morally and ethically wrong.
  • Forced medical procedures are always morally and ethically wrong.
  • Psychological manipulation of populations without their consent is morally and ethically wrong.
  • Government policies that trample on basic constitutional rights (e.g. the right to work, freedom of movement, free speech) are morally and ethically wrong.
  • Government policies designed to increase fear are morally and ethically wrong.

However, the churches, which should have been beacons of light during the dreadful lockdown years, instead went along with everything.

They closed down.

At the very point when some former churchgoers would have been tempted to go back, even if sporadically, the churches failed the test. Yet these are organisations that are supposed to be on the side of truth and goodness.

The evangelical outfits will quote Romans 13 in defence of their position but there is no defence for going along with morally wrong decisions made by the government.

There are now less people "going to church". Not surprising really, is it?

What Just Happened?

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Brilliant show from Kevin as usual.