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– Vegans’ ‘quiet revolution’: global policy determines why we eat what we eat
– Justin Thomas, Regional Organiser for PCS, now Prospect Union, joins Tony and Martin. 90,000 extra civil servants were employed for Brexit.
– IDF broadcast hard core pornography videos on seized Palestinian TV channels, say residents – the BECTU magazine covered this – April 2002 – Sydney Morning Herald –
– Agence France-Presse – Israeli troops who have taken over three Palestinian television stations in Ramallah are broadcasting pornographic movies and programs in Hebrew, irate residents say
– Justin has become a vegan and explains why. Are humans designed to not eat meat? Different farming methods, health and environment. George Monbiot saying farming is the greatest threat to life.
– How to make the world greener. Lab grown meat? – now called cultural meat for PR purposes - Labelling on food. Lab grown chicken approved in US. Romanian Senate votes to ban sale of lab-grown synthetic meat
– The Department of Education has been keeping secret dossiers on lawful speech by dozens of teachers slamming Gov’t policies online
– Sunak and UK AI Institute Sunak announces UK AI safety institute but declines to support moratorium AI in the job market and in the civil service
– Peter Blecksley, former MET Detective, on Talk TV, about private police hired to solve crime. Steven in Derbyshire, 5 Live listener, on how he offered police option to catch car swindlers, but they refused
– Derbyshire Police Caught Refusing to Arrest Criminals; Peter Bleksley, UK Cops No Longer Fight Crime
– Mark Smulian, Israeli Jew, and musician, former IDF soldier, joins Tony and Martin. Mark used to bring Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs together to play music.
– Mark gives his opinion on the present Israel/Gaza conflict, including the fear his Jewish friends and family are feeling. British Jews’ fear and defiance amid record monthly anti-Semitism reports
– Kier Starmer on legality of Israel’s treatment of Gaza. Sir Keir Starmer tries to clarify comments on Gaza-Israel siege after LBC interview sparks backlash
– Antonio Guterres’s speech in UN on how Hamas didn’t attack out of a vacuum. Israel’s response, UN leader reiterates message on Gaza occupation despite Israel’s call for him to step down
– Israel blocks visas for UN officials after accusing the secretary-general of justifying Hamas for saying the October 7 attacks ‘did not happen in a vacuum’ but after ‘56 years of suffocating occupation’
– The strange arrest of Crispin Blunt MP spells out Gaza genocide as an Israeli/UK war crime – but the MP is then ARRESTED over a rape accusation! Are the two events connected? Is this the legendary Israel lobby at work?
– Discussion which was stopped by the United States at the UN Security Council resumes this week in the General Assembly – Arab group puts forward resolution calling for a ceasefire.
– Palestine’s UN ambassador Riyad Mansour emotional plea to uphold law and save lives in Gaza. Israel’s UN ambassador Gilad Erdan calls on UN representatives to ‘vote against this biased resolution.’
– Greater Israel bloc’s call to ‘exterminate Hamas’ is only likely to bring new recruits to Hamasashappened with the IRA in Northern Ireland
– 36 countries do not recognise the state of Israel.
– Widespread view around the world that, because of repeated war crimes, human rights abuses and false claims to represent the Jewish religion, the state of Israel has not earned its place on the world stage.
– Israel/Palestine is at the heart of a global divide with USA, UK, Europe, Japan and Australasia on one side and China, Russia, Africa and the BRICS nations on the other. amas leader visits Moscow
– Israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons but denies it, hopes the world has forgotten… The globe-trotting spy story of the man who exposed Israel’s nuclear weapons
– American celebrity saying trips to Israel were offered for free in exchange for posting positive comments about Israel.
– Israel paying influencers £1000 to take sides in the Gaza conflict, say good things about Israel, bad things about Palestinians.
– Nuclear armed Israel is bribing media big and small to excuse Gaza bombing/siege, so US can expand Middle East war
– Kevin Cahill on Rupert Murdoch press empire editorial agenda is entirely focussed on who is paying him to take one line or another.
– Rupert Murdoch, who owns a range of TV networks and newspapers including ‘Fox’ and the ‘New York Post’, has decried the “ongoing war against the Jews” and demanded an end to efforts to criticise Israel.
– Andrew Feinstein, former ANC MP in South Africa, on Kier Starmer, Israel’s neo-Nazi politics and the Gaza genocide…… Hamas ….clip. Satire on Israel bombing wherever they tell Gazan’s to go.
– Kevin Cahill explains Israel’s collective punishment of Palestinians is a war crime and the UN’s OHCHR human rights council agrees, Israeli politicians and those that support them are war criminals
– Queen Rania of Jordan There’s a ‘glaring double standard’ in how world treats Palestinians.
– NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling

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Part One – News Review and Investigative Reports
Justin Thomas, Regional Organiser for PCS, now Prospect Union, joins Tony and Martin. 90,000 extra civil servants were employed for Brexit.


IDF broadcast hard core pornography videos on seized Palestinian TV channels, say residents – the BECTU magazine covered this – April 2002 – Sydney Morning Herald – Agence France-Presse – Israeli troops who have taken over three Palestinian television stations in Ramallah are broadcasting pornographic movies and programs in Hebrew, irate residents say. Soldiers occupied the offices of three local television and radio stations on Saturday morning, and started broadcasting the porn clips intermittently on Saturday afternoon on the Al-Watan, Ammwaj, and Al-Sharaq channels, the residents said. “I have six children at home; they have nowhere to go with what is going on here and can’t even watch TV,” Reema, a Palestinian mother, said. “It’s not healthy really. I think the Israelis want to mess with our young men’s heads.” Anita, a mother of three, complained about “the deliberate psychological damage caused by these broadcasts”. “I am furious. These are the people who are shooting at us that also play this disgusting trick on us,” she said from her house in east Jerusalem, where the channels are also available. “Luckily, there is no electricity in half of Ramallah.” A fourth local station, whose premises were not seized by the army, ran a message across its screen letting people know it was the Israelis who were behind the graphic scenes. The Israeli military denied that it had anything to do with the pornographic programming and instead blamed the Palestinian leaders.


Justin has become a vegan and explains why. Are humans designed to not eat meat? Different farming methods, health and environment. George Monbiot saying farming is the greatest threat to life. How to make the world greener. Lab grown meat – cultural meat. Labelling on food. Lab grown chicken approved in US. Romanian Senate votes to ban sale of lab-grown synthetic meat Update: Reacting to the passing of the bill in the Romanian Senate prohibiting the sale of cultivated meat, the Good Food Institute Europe noted that “cultivated meat is the same meat we eat today, but made in cultivators.” Cultivators, the nonprofit adds, are similar to fermentors used for brewing beer. The Institute argues in a response sent to Romania-insider.com that lab-grown meat could also cut the climate impact of meat by up to 92%, reduce air pollution by up to 94%, and use up to 90% less land. “This proposal threatens to cut Romania off from investment and job opportunities, undermine efforts to tackle climate change and restrict consumer choice. It would also leave Romania behind as countries around the world invest in cultivated meat as part of a future-proof food system,” said Seth Roberts, policy manager at the Good Food Institute Europe. He added that the law is likely in breach of the European single market and that cultivated meat will be subject to a rigorous, 18-month EU regulatory authorization process before it can be sold in Romania. According to the project, “the sale of lab-grown synthetic meat obtained from animal cells is prohibited on the domestic market.” The sale of synthetic meat is subject to fines ranging from RON 200,000 to 300,000 (EUR 40,000-60,000). The legislative proposal will also be discussed by the Chamber of Deputies, which has the final say in the matter. The legislative proposal, initiated by a group of MPs from the governing Social Democratic Party (PSD), aims to regulate the naming, presentation, labeling, and marketing of meat products, “with the goal of safeguarding public health, ensuring hygiene conditions, and providing consumers with accurate information,” as stated in the expert commission’s report cited by Digi24. Lab-grown meant “is still in the experimental phase worldwide, and public catering in Romania and the European Union ensures compliance with health standards. Let’s not invent something for which there is currently no shortage,” Social Democratic MP and former minister of agriculture Adrian Chesnoiu told Adevarul.

Teaching assistants social media activity followed . Teaching assistants NEWS: The Department of Education has been keeping secret dossiers on lawful speech by dozens of teachers slamming Gov’t policies online

Sunak and UK AI Institute Sunak announces UK AI safety institute but declines to support moratorium AI in the job market and in the civil service. – PM says institute will test new types of AI for range of risks but says pause in developing powerful models is not feasible


Peter Blecksley, former MET Detective, on Talk TV, about private police hired to solve crime. Steven in Derbyshire, 5 Live listener, on how he offered police option to catch car swindlers, but they refused Derbyshire Police Caught Refusing to Arrest Criminals; Peter Bleksley, UK Cops No Longer Fight Crime – I joined the police a long, long time ago. The world was very different back then. Some police behaviour was frankly shameful, while some was truly heroic. I found myself in the midst of the Brixton riots of 1981. That weekend changed my life forever. Peter Bleksley Soon afterwards I was promoted to detective, and soon after that Scotland Yard came calling. At the Yard I embarked on a career working undercover. International drug baron, contract killer, trader in arms, counterfeit currency and handler of high-value stolen goods, I portrayed them all for over a decade. I became the most commended cop of my generation. Then it all went wrong. The FBI discovered a plot to murder me and I entered the witness protection programme. My police career was coming to an end. In 2001 my autobiography was published, and I entered the world of the media. I began to commentate on crime, policing and more, and I worked, and still do, as a story consultant to TV and film production companies. My autobiography, The Gangbuster, was published in 2001, and continues to sell. I have written two more books, On The Run and To Catch a Killer which was published in 2018. In recent years I have written three plays for BBC Radio 4, and in 2015 I became involved in a new programme for Channel 4, entitled Hunted. I left that show in 2018 to pursue other opportunities. I am now the presenter of New Scotland Yard Files on CBS Reality. I have made it my life’s work to hunt down Kevin Parle. I shall not rest until he is captured. ‘Manhunt; Finding Kevin Parle’ is an award winning BBC podcast about my hunt for him.



Bitchute video of complete show – Essentials: Michael Hudson | Blackrock/Vanguard | Tony on Brexit & The Traitors of Arnhem | Evolution | War between God & Lucifer | Plan for three World Wars | Armageddonists I have known: Nick Land (1975-8) | George Monbiot (1995-8) | Aanirfan | Manna for the Revelation Generation: CONSPIRACY CLASSICS, longer interviews/lectures


Part Two – Ukraine/Covid/Climate Accelerationism Round-Up, With End Times Prophecy Reports


Mark Smulian, Israeli Jew, and musician, former IDF soldier, joins Tony and Martin. Mark used to bring Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs together to play music. Mark gives his opinion on the present Israel/Gaza conflict, including the fear his Jewish friends and family are feeling. British Jews’ fear and defiance amid record monthly anti-Semitism reports A monthly record number of reports of anti-Semitic incidents were recorded following the 11-day conflict between Israel and the Palestinians in May, a charity says. So how does it feel to be Jewish in the UK? Rabbi Nicky Liss had been preparing to give a midnight talk at a north London synagogue last month, when he began to feel nervous. A rabbi of 13 years, he was used to giving speeches. This one, to mark the start of the Jewish festival of Shavuot on 16 May, should not, on the face of it, have been any different. But that afternoon, events built to what he describes as a “crescendo”. He’d learned that his good friend and fellow rabbi, Rafi Goodwin, had been attacked outside his synagogue in Chigwell, in Essex – allegedly struck over the head with a brick. Two men have denied causing grievous bodily harm, robbery and religiously aggravated criminal damage and are due to appear at Chelmsford Crown Court for trial in November. In a separate incident that afternoon, a man was filmed apparently using a megaphone to shout anti-Semitic abuse from a convoy of cars with Palestinian flags that travelled through St John’s Wood in north-west London – an area that is home to a Jewish community. Four men were arrested and remain on bail until mid-July.Over the next few hours, worried phone calls and messages buzzed through Mr Liss’s community. Some feared the situation in north London could become “very threatening” by the evening. Rabbi Nicky Liss says this is the first time he has felt a physical threat to his safety Orthodox Jews do not use cars on religious holidays or the Sabbath, so Mr Liss had planned to walk the 25 minutes from his home on-site at Highgate synagogue to the synagogue in Hampstead Garden Suburb. But the day’s events left Mr Liss with an agonising dilemma over whether he should go ahead with his talk – and what, as chair of United Synagogue’s rabbinical council, he should advise concerned colleagues to do. Advice was sought from the Community Security Trust (CST), a Jewish charity that provides security support and monitors reports of anti-Semitic incidents.


Kier Starmer on legality of Israel’s treatment of Gaza. Sir Keir Starmer tries to clarify comments on Gaza-Israel siege after LBC interview sparks backlash The Labour leader insisted that he did not mean to imply that Israel would be justified to cut off power and water to Gaza, which is home to 2.2million civilians. And he stressed he intended to say that Israel had a right to defend itself following the horrific terror attack nearly two weeks ago, where more than 100 hostages are feared to have been taken by Hamas. The Labour leader was grilled on the UK’s support for Israel by LBC’s Nick Ferrari last week at the party’s conference in Liverpool. Nick asked him if “cutting off power, cutting off water” was appropriate as a response to the atrocity. Sir Keir replied: “I think that Israel does have that right… It is an ongoing situation. Obviously, everything should be done within international law.” His comments sparked a furious backlash and demands for the Labour boss to formally call for a ceasefire in the region. Several Labour councillors quit over his remarks – including Amna Abdullatif, the first Arab Muslim woman elected to Manchester City Council, Russell Whiting in Colwick, Nottinghamshire, and Mona Ahmed, a Labour councillor in Kensington and Chelsea. And this morning a number of protestors held a demonstration outside the Labour HQ in central London. Keir Starmer joins Nick Ferrari at Breakfast | Watch Again Sir Keir wrote to Labour councillors earlier this week in a bid to calm the tensions within his party. A number of MPs have signed an Early Day Motion calling for a formal ceasefire. The Labour boss was asked to clarify his remarks today in an interview with the BBC. Sir Keir said: “I welcome this question, because I know that LBC clip has been widely shared and caused real concern and distress in some Muslim communities. “Let me clear about what I was saying, and what I wasn’t saying. “I was saying Israel had the right to self defence. When I said ‘that right’, it was that right to self defence. “I was not saying Israel had the right to cut off water, food, fuel, or medicines, on the contrary.


Antonio Guterres’s speech in UN on how Hamas didn’t attack out of a vacuum. Israel’s response, and Guterres’s response. PR problems in Israel. UN leader reiterates message on Gaza occupation despite Israel’s call for him to step down – Israel blocks visas for UN officials after accusing the secretary-general of justifying Hamas for saying the October 7 attacks ‘did not happen in a vacuum’ but after ‘56 years of suffocating occupation’ The conflict in Gaza is inflaming relations between the United Nations and Israel. The country’s authorities announced Wednesday that they will refuse visas to representatives of the international organization in retaliation for remarks made the day before by U.N. Secretary General António Guterres. Israel’s ambassador to the U.N., Gilad Erdan, and Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen called for Guterres’ resignation after he proclaimed on Tuesday that Hamas attacks did not happen “in a vacuum” but after Palestinians have been “subjected to 56 years of suffocating occupation.” Israel’s permanent representative to the organization said that because of these words, his government will not give visas to U.N. representatives. Erdan confirmed that the visa denial has already been put into practice with U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Martin Griffiths. “It’s time we teach them a lesson,” the Israeli diplomat said. Far from retracting his statements, Guterres on Wednesday reaffirmed them in a statement and subsequently in an impromptu appearance before the Security Council. The U.N. chief said he was “shocked” at the “misinterpretations” of his statement on Tuesday, denounced the “clear violations of international law” in Gaza, and reiterated his call for “an immediate humanitarian ceasefire to remedy epic suffering.” Guterres restated, word for word, the address he gave on Tuesday. The U.N. secretary general on Tuesday opened a session of the Security Council devoted to the situation in the Middle East, delivering a speech in which he condemned Hamas’ attack on October 7 but also talked about the roots of the conflict: “It is important to also recognize the attacks by Hamas did not happen in a vacuum. The Palestinian people have been subjected to 56 years of suffocating occupation. They have seen their land steadily devoured by settlements and plagued by violence; their economy stifled; their people displaced and their homes demolished. Their hopes for a political solution to their plight have been vanishing.” The Israeli ambassador posted a message on X (formerly Twitter) asking for Guterres’ resignation. “I call on him to resign immediately. There is no justification or point in talking to those who show compassion for the most terrible atrocities committed against the citizens of Israel and the Jewish people.” In the communiqué issued minutes before the Council meeting on Wednesday, where Guterres did not mention either Israel’s request for his resignation or its decision to block visas for U.N. staff, the secretary-general expressed his surprise at the Israeli reaction: “I am shocked by the misrepresentations by some of my statement … as if I was justifying acts of terror by Hamas. This is false. It was the opposite.” Guterres said on Wednesday that in his statement to the Security Council he had “condemned unequivocally” the Hamas attacks that killed 1,400 people: “Nothing can justify the deliberate killing, injuring and kidnapping of civilians, or the launching of rockets against civilian targets […] I believe it is necessary to set the record straight ­ especially out of respect for the victims and their families.” In his speech on Wednesday, Guterres raised the political stakes, and probably the diplomatic crisis with Israel, by advocating a two-state solution as a possible way out of the war. Far from giving in to the pressure, Guterres insisted on international law as a safeguard and recalled that the first rule of any conflict, the protection of civilians, cannot mean using them as human shields or having more than a million people evacuate to the south, and then continue bombing the south. The diplomatic spat, which threatens to escalate after Guterres’ show of firmness, could undermine the body’s tenuous credibility as an arbiter of conflicts and guarantor of international legality, since it has not been able to respond to the war in a unified manner. Israel, created out of a United Nations decision ­ the partition of Palestine, under British mandate, in 1947 ­ rarely complies with the resolutions that affect it issued by the Security Council, where the U.S. veto generally protects it from the consequences of almost unanimous international condemnations. Israel’s withering reaction, demanding the resignation of the secretary general and limiting visas to U.N. officials, has galvanized the Israeli political class, accustomed to pointing the finger at the United Nations when it comes to looking for an external culprit. Gilad Erdan, one of the most extremist leaders of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party, has often clashed in undiplomatic ways with the U.N.’s decisions, and in particular with those of its secretary general. In addition to Erdan, the Israeli foreign minister refused to meet with him and with families of hostages captured by Hamas. Speaking from Jerusalem, former Defense Minister Benny Gantz, a member of the opposition who has joined the national unity government, described Guterres as a “terror apologist.” In his address, Guterres recalled the “suffocating occupation, for 56 years,” the elephant in the room of the long conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. Hours later, faced with a growing cascade of invective from Israel, the U.N.’s top representative specified through the social network X that “the grievances of the Palestinian people cannot justify the atrocious attack by Hamas, an attack that also cannot justify the collective punishment of the Palestinian people (with the absolute blockade and bombardment of the Gaza Strip).” António Guterres criticized Hamas’ actions against the civilian population on Tuesday after meeting with relatives of hostages captured by the Islamic group and reiterated his call for their release, in a brief message on his X account: “After meeting with families whose loved ones have been taken hostage, I reaffirm my call for the immediate and unconditional release of all the hostages held in Gaza. Nothing can justify the killing, wounding, and abducting of civilians by Hamas.” The words by Guterres that bothered Israel in particular were uttered at the beginning of the Security Council session, when he pointed out that the Hamas terrorist attack on October 7 “did not happen in a vacuum” but followed 56 years of occupation. Ambassador Erdan considered these statements a justification for the attacks against Israeli civilians. “His statement that ‘the attacks by Hamas did not happen in a vacuum’ expressed an understanding for terrorism and murder. It’s really unfathomable. It’s truly sad that the head of an organization that arose after the Holocaust holds such horrible views. A tragedy!” he said on X.


Crispin Blunt MP spells out international law in Gaza genocide as an Israeli/UK war crime – but the MP is ALSO ARRESTED this week over a rape accusation! Are the two events connected? Is this the legendary Israel lobby at work perhaps? Is Britain complicit. Crispin Blunt now arrested for sex crimes. Nuremberg Trials – civilians killed as collateral damage not a crime? Israel-Hamas war: UK could be complicit in Gaza war crimes, Tory MP warns Crispin Blunt, who is co-director of a pro-Palestinian group, told Sky News he is not sure his colleagues in Westminster are aware of the “legal peril they are in”. He spoke as Israel faces criticism for ordering more than a million people in Gaza to leave their homes. The UK could be complicit in war crimes in Gaza and could face legal action if it does not do more to “restrain” Israel, Tory MP Crispin Blunt has warned. The International Centre of Justice for Palestinians (ICJP) – of which Mr Blunt is co-director – announced it has written a notice of intention to prosecute UK government officials for “aiding and abetting war crimes in Gaza”. The move comes in response to Israel’s warning for 1.2 million people living in the northern part of the Gaza Strip to immediately leave their homes and move south. Israel launches first ground missions in Gaza – Israel-Hamas war latest Mr Blunt told Sky News he is “not sure [his] colleagues have grasped the legal peril they are in” and “everyone must act to restrain people” if they know war crimes are going to happen. “If you know that a party is going to commit a war crime – and this forcible transfer of people is a precise breach of one of the statutes that governs international law and all states in this area – then you are making yourself complicit,” he said. “And as international law has developed in this area, the fact of being complicit makes you equally guilty to the party carrying out the crime.”


Discussion which was stopped by the United States at the UN Security Council resumes this week in the General Assembly – Arab group puts forward resolution calling for a ceasefire. Hamas calling for destruction of Israel and Jews. Palestine’s UN ambassador Riyad Mansour emotional plea to uphold law and save lives in Gaza. Israel’s UN ambassador Gilad Erdan calls on UN representatives to ‘vote against this biased resolution.’ Solutions? Hypocrisy all round. Palestinian ambassador urges UN to ‘stop the killing’ as Israel pounds Gaza Riyad Mansour says certain nations that he did not name were applying a double standard on the war. The Palestinian envoy to the United Nations has implored member states to vote to end the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip and to increase aid deliveries to the 2.3 million Palestinians living in the besieged territory. “I appeal to all of you to vote to stop the killing. Vote for humanitarian aid to reach those whose very survival depends on it. Vote to stop this madness,” Palestinian Ambassador Riyad Mansour said in an emotional speech to the UN General Assembly on Thursday. Arguing for a ceasefire, Mansour said certain nations that he did not name were applying a double standard on the conflict. “How can representatives of states explain how horrible it is that 1,000 Israelis were killed and not feel the same outrage when 1,000 Palestinians are now killed every single day?” Mansour asked the assembly. “Why not feel a sense of urgency to end their killing?” The 193-nation General Assembly met for an emergency session as aid agencies and rights groups warned that humanitarian conditions in Gaza are at a critical point more than two weeks into a relentless Israeli assault. Israel has bombarded the Palestinian territory since Hamas, which governs Gaza, killed at least 1,400 people in attacks on southern Israel, according to Israeli officials. More than 7,000 people have been killed in the Israeli bombardment, according to Gaza authorities, and Israel has also cut off supplies of food, water, electricity and fuel to the territory. Addressing the General Assembly, Israeli envoy Gilad Erdan described the Hamas attack as a “pogrom”. “The rockets were only cover for the pogrom that followed. Barbaric Hamas terrorists invaded Israel from the sea, the land and the air,” Erdan said. “They came with one purpose: to savagely murder every living thing they encountered.” Erdan made the comments as the assembly began a two-day meeting on the Middle East. It is due to vote on Friday on a resolution drafted by Arab states that calls for a ceasefire in the war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Speaking on behalf of Arab states, Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi accused Israel of “making Gaza a perpetual hell on earth. The trauma will haunt generations to come.” He said the impact on Palestinian civilians is immense. The Israeli siege and assault on Gaza has prompted a growing outcry as the death toll continues to rise and aid officials warn of an imminent humanitarian catastrophe. Medical services in Gaza have been near breaking point for days with fuel supplies strained by Israel’s siege of the strip. International leaders have also expressed concern that an anticipated Israeli ground invasion of Gaza could spark a wider escalation across the region.


36 countries do not recognise the state of Israel for all sorts of historical reasons. There is a widespread view around the world that, because of repeated war crimes, human rights abuses and false claims to represent the Jewish religion, the state of Israel has not earned its place on the world stage. The following states have never recognized and/or had foreign relations with Israel: Afghanistan Algeria Bangladesh Bhutan Brunei Comoros Djibouti Indonesia Iraq Kuwait Lebanon Libya Malaysia North Korea Pakistan Saudi Arabia Somalia Sudan Syria United Arab Emirates Yemen The following countries did have relations with Israel at one point in the past. (Time period of relations and reason for breaking them off are in parenthesis): Bahrain (1996–2000; Second Intifada) Bolivia (1950–2009; Gaza War) Chad (1960–1972; solidarity with the Palestinians) Cuba (1950–1973; Yom Kippur War) Guinea (1959–1967; unknown but presumable related to 1967 Arab-Israeli war) Iran (1948–1951, 1953–1979; Islamic revolution in Iran) Mali (1960–1973; pressure from neighboring countries) Morocco (1994–2000; Second Intifada) Mauritania (2000–2009; Gaza War) Nicaragua (1948–1982, 1992–2010; Gaza flotilla raid) Niger (1960–1973, 1996–2002; Second Intifada) Oman (1996–2000; Second Intifada) Qatar (1996–2009; Gaza War) Tunisia (1996–2000; Second Intifada) Venezuela (1950–2009; Gaza War) These 36 Countries Don’t Recognize Israel The map above shows who does and does not have diplomatic relations with the State of Israel. Currently 36 countries do not recognize and/or have foreign relations with Israel. This includes 15 states that did at one point in the past but now, for variety of reasons, do not. Interestingly, this includes several Latin American countries.


Israel/Palestine is at the heart of a global divide with USA, UK, Europe, Japan and Australasia on one side and China, Russia, Africa and the BRICS nations on the other. In this context the Hamas leader visits Moscow. Amir Weitmann, from the Greater Israel bloc’s Likud Party, on RT, saying Russia will pay a price – Israeli Official Issues Warning to Putin on Russian State TV An Israeli politician issued a warning to Russian President Vladimir Putin amid the ongoing wars in Israel and Ukraine. Amir Weitmann, the head of the libertarian caucus in Israel’s Likud Party, appeared on Russia’s state-run RT News network this week and spoke about fighting between Israel and Hamas militants, as well as Russia’s war with Ukraine. While speaking about recent claims relating to al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza City, Weitmann criticized Russia, saying that “we’re gonna finish this war, we’re going to win because we’re stronger. After this, Russia will pay the price, believe me, Russia will pay the price.” “Russia is supporting the enemies of Israel. Russia is supporting Nazi people who want to commit genocide on us and Russia will pay the price,” Weitmann said. “We’re gonna win this war. Afterwards, we’re not forgetting what you’re doing, we’re not forgetting, we will come, we will make sure Ukraine wins. We will make sure that you pay the price for what you have done, you as Russia.”

Israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons but denies it, hopes the world has forgotten… The globe-trotting spy story of the man who exposed Israel’s nuclear weapons | 60 Minutes Australia – This is a tale of intrigue, state secrets, undercover operations and betrayal – in other words, a classic spy story. The story of Mordecai Vanunu, the insider who had the guts to reveal the truth that Israel was producing nuclear weapons. It begins in 1986 and spans the globe, with a stopover in Australia. Then there’s Israel’s revenge: The alluring female spy, the honey trap, the kidnapping and the trial that sees Vanunu jailed as a traitor. Now, he’s technically a free man but Mordechai Vanunu is still very much a prisoner of the state.


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my jaw is on the literal floor right now. What kind of campaign is this? Just because im not palestinian im obliged to do this? I was a little scared of sharing this, but as someone who has been given the small platform i have, this should NOT be ignored. . . . . . #palestine #palestinetiktok #istandwithpalestine #gaza #freegaza #freepalestine #socialmedia #influencers #influencermarketing #middleeastern #israelpalestine #greenscreen
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American celebrity saying trips to Israel were offered for free in exchange for posting positive comments about Israel. Israel paying influencers £1000 to take sides in the Gaza conflict, say good things about Israel, bad things about Palestinians. TikTok’er Cara Watsca TikTok handle @CaraWatsca in UK being penalised for supporting Palestine but then offered double the money to change her mind. Exposed: Israel is paying social media influencers to whitewash Gaza genocide “I’m reaching out to you on behalf of a global collective of agencies, influencers, and content creators who are coming together to raise awareness about the difficult situation in Israel.” This is a text from an email being sent to prominent social media influencers across the world by the Israeli regime and its lobbies based in the West, inviting them to join the disinformation campaign. The campaign has gained momentum in the wake of the Tel Aviv regime’s indiscriminate bombing campaign in the besieged Gaza Strip as well as the occupied West Bank over the last two weeks. More than 4,400 Israeli civilians, most of them children, have been killed in the Israeli airstrikes. The regime warplanes have also targeted hospitals, ambulances, churches and mosques in brazen violation of international humanitarian conventions, constituting horrendous war crimes. To counter the global backlash and to distort facts about what’s unfolding in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli regime and its backers in the West are turning to social media influencers to whitewash its crimes. “As you’re aware, the people of Israel are currently fighting not just a war against Hamas terrorism at home, but also in the battle to tell the story to the world,” reads one of the leaked emails. The words employed in the emails show how the regime that has been murdering children and bombing hospitals is hell-bent on demonizing the Palestinian resistance fighters as “terrorists.” Hamas-led ‘Al-Aqsa Storm’ (also known as Al-Aqsa Flood) operation launched on October 7 did not come in a vacuum. It was the natural response to daily atrocities inflicted on Palestinians. From the crippling siege of Gaza to the recurrent desecration of the Al-Aqsa Mosque to the expansion of illegal settler units in occupied territories to the inhumane condition of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, the Palestinian resistance fighters had been waiting to give their response. The surprise operation, which targeted the regime soldiers and settlers, took the far-right Benjamin Netanyahu’s cabinet by complete surprise and caused a major embarrassment to the regime amid the internal crisis. After facing the crushing defeat on the battlefield, the regime’s cyber-army is now busy in hiring social media influencers, both in the Arab and Western world, to justify the unjustifiable war crimes. “Our group has created a library of explainer videos that can be used directly on your platforms with hashtags #HAMASisISIS and #StandWithIsrael,” the email states further, adding that prominent influencers such as Kim Kardashian, Madonna, Gal Gadot, Casey Neistat and others have already joined. The attempt is clearly to project Hamas as the villains and the child-murdering regime as heroes. Sara Watson, a British social media influencer, took to her TikTok page to reveal that she had been approached by the Israeli regime, bribed and even coerced to retract her support for Palestine. “That is not going to happen, you cannot buy my morals,” she said in a short video, noting that the brand she was working with informed her of their decision to not work with her anymore. Watson was asked to pull down a post on Instagram that she had posted in solidarity with the people of Palestine and promised a hefty amount but she bluntly refused, she said in the video. Another social media user, whose video was widely shared on X (formerly Twitter), revealed that the Israeli regime was paying social media influencers $1,000 for every video “to put out reports about Hamas being evil and savage and beheading babies.” He slammed those social media influencers who took the media to participate in the regime’s disinformation campaign, saying they were “complicit in the genocide” unfolding in Gaza. “It is always about controlling the narrative, it’s always about putting your propaganda out there, to justify the horrific things you do to people in the world, just like the United States does,” he said.


Kevin Cahill on Rupert Murdoch press empire editorial agenda is entirely focussed on who is paying him to take one line or another. Media mogul Murdoch decries “soft war” AGAINST Israel! – Rupert Murdoch, the Australian-born CEO of News Corp who owns a range of TV networks and newspapers including ‘Fox’ and the ‘New York Post’, has decried the “ongoing war against the Jews” and demanded an end to efforts to criticise Israel. Accepting an award from the Anti-Defamation League “for his stalwart support of Israel and his commitment to promoting respect and speaking out against anti-Semitism,” Murdoch described the phenomenon of delegitimizing Israel as a “soft war” which he said has now entered a “new phase.” “This is the soft war that seeks to isolate Israel by delegitimizing it,” Murdoch told attendees at the New York dinner where he was bestowed the organization’s International Leadership Award. “The battle ground is everywhere – the media, multinational organizations, NGOs. In this war, the aim is to make Israel a pariah.” Murdoch told participants at the dinner that signs were abounding of rising anti-Semitism, particularly from elements on the Left under the guise of legitimate criticism of Israel. “When Americans think of anti-Semitism, we tend to think of the vulgar caricatures and attacks of the first part of the 20th century,” Murdoch said. “Now it seems that the most virulent strains come from the left. Often this new anti-Semitism dresses itself up as legitimate disagreement with Israel.” The 79-year-old continued to say: “Some believe that if America wants to gain credibility in the Muslim world and advance the cause of peace, Washington needs to put some distance between itself and Israel. My view is the opposite. Far from making peace more possible, we are making hostilities more certain. Far from making things better for the Palestinian people, sour relations between the United States and Israel guarantees that ordinary Palestinians will continue to suffer. The peace we all want will come when Israel feels secure – not when Washington feels distant.”


Andrew Feinstein, former ANC MP in South Africa, on Kier Starmer, Israel’s neo-Nazi politics and the Gaza genocide…… Hamas ….. Satire on Israel bombing wherever they tell Gazan’s to go. Kevin Cahill also explains that Israel’s collective punishment of the Palestinians is most definitely a war crime in Gaza and the UN’s OHCHR human rights council agrees, Israeli politicians and those that support them are war criminals | Israel is a Racist, Apartheid State. I should know, I grew up in one | Former South African MP Andrew Feinstein. There’s big money to be made in war and the influence of these companies cannot be discounted from inflammatory statements made by US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and others. As former South African MP Andrew Feinstein has shown through extensive research and experience, the arms industry is the most corrupt in the world and has mastered state capture. Andrew Feinstein was elected an ANC member of parliament in South Africa’s first democratic elections in 1994. He resigned in 2001 in protest at the ANC government’s refusal to allow an unfettered investigation into an arms deal that was tainted by allegations of high-level corruption. His political memoir, After the Party: A personal and political journey inside the ANC, was published in 2007. Feinstein lives in London, where he chairs the Aids charity Friends of the Treatment Action Campaign, and lectures and writes on South Africa. He was educated at King’s College, Cambridge, the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Cape Town.

Patrizia Opulenza’s latest Gaza poem,this week about the UN.

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