DAVID IRVING: Smear Campaigns to Stifle Truth in History – Video


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How Canada’s Zionist Lobby Controls the Harper Conservative Government by The Radical Press


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The Zionist lobby in Canada has an iron grip over the Harper Conservative government. Canadians have witnessed Stephen Harper and many of his cabinet ministers displaying a degree of transparent obeisance to the state of Israel far beyond any previous Prime Minister in our nation’s history.

The obvious question for Canadians is how a small group of Jewish duel-citizens numbering less that 2% of the population could wield such enormous influence over a federal government elected to represent Canada. PM Harper’s unabashed kowtowing to this rogue, apartheid state in the Middle East; one that has been breaking international laws since its inception in 1948, is a perplexing issue for many who don’t support the Zionist state or its treatment of the Palestinian people of Gaza and the West Bank.

The video below is an excellent study in how Britain’s Israeli Lobby works. I believe it’s safe to assume that all one witnesses in the very professionally done documentary can easily be applied to Canada and the USA as well.

Please pass this around to all you know who are dissatisfied with the Conservative government and its shameful and embarrassing behaviour on the international stage with regard to Israel.


Arthur Topham

The Radical Press



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CBC Broadcasting Corporation Spews Forth More Anti-Dieudonne Pro-Zionist Propaganda


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True to the deformity we know as Zionism, Canada’s so-called “Canadian Broadcasting Corporation” aka “Zionist Controlled Broadcasting Corporation” is now spewing forth more of the same Zionist lies that their colluding cousins at the BBC are spreading about French comedian and anti-Zionist activist Dieudonne M’bala M’bala and the French anti-Zionist resistance movement that is growing stronger by the day.

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It’s time that Canadians realized that their own “Made in Canada” broadcasting corporation is nothing more than a recycled “Made in Israel” corporation that has branch networks spread throughout the western world, all thinly disguised so as to give the impression that they are truly nationalist corporations with the very best interests of their respective nations at heart. Unfortunately for the Zionist Jews who control all of these nations’ governments and their puppet politicians the veneer of deception has now worn so thin that the ugly face of their NWO agenda pockmarked with their endless lying and deceit are showing through the cracks and disgusting more and more honest citizens who feel a deep sense a loathing whenever they’re subjected to the now overtly transparent propaganda that the Jew controlled media inevitably conjures up to try and stem the tide of truth that is now clearly washing ashore around the world.

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And it’s always the same worn-out epithets and stale, thread-bare, hate-inspiring justifications that we hear repeated ad nuaseam.

Dieudonne (known to his friends and admirers as “Dieudo”) is slandered and accused of being an “anti-Semite” (oh veh! how original).

He’s called a “holocaust denier” (oh, my Lord! shall we hear this over and over 6 million times a day on the Jew Tube?).

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He’s accused of having invented the infamous gesture known as the (or “la” if you prefer) Quenelle which the Zionist Jews are now attempting to do a 180?spin on and change the meaning from that of an “Up the Establishment” or “Up your ass” gesture to one that they want people to think is an upside down, half-assed, Adolf Hitler (horror of horrors!) salute!

No shit. Next thing it will be shape-shifted into a whole new regime of “HATE GESTURE LAWS” legislation with which to persecute and harass anyone who so much as reaches down their leg to scratch their crotch or their knee! Just think of the legal repercussions for all those Jewish lawyers out there defending anyone who happens to move incorrectly and gets spotted by a Zionist Jew who’s on the look out for upside down Hitler salutes everywhere they look. What next? Will it be a crime to flash a peace sign?

Look at all those anti-Semitic, racist, hate-mongering holocaust deniers in the composite photos below. What a bunch of neo-nazi terrorists! Why they’re everywhere you look.



In fact the whole freakin’ gong show of Zionist psychopaths is turning into just what Dieudo has been making his living from for many years now – a comedy (of unending Zionist errors).

The more the Zionist Jew lobby and their slinking, slimeball sycophants attempt to control the sentiments of the vast majority of decent, common folks who are sick and tired of the Z’s control-freak, paranoid, lying ways the greater their hypocrisy appears and all the more laughable their panic-stricken ploys to vilify and criminalize truth revealers like Dieudonne, Alain Soral and the thousands upon thousands (if not millions) of others who feel the same way about the maniacal Jewish lobbyists and their cold, calculating agenda for control of every emotion, thought and idea that humans naturally come up with when oppressed.

So watch the short C[Z]BC “news” clip that comes to you direct from Britain via the C(Z)BC’s own correspondent and see how they attempt to malign and lie about what is really going on in France today. Could they be preparing for the same type of uprising right here in Canada and playing the same old deck of deceptive cards? Time will soon tell.


Jewish Peer Attacks Violinist Nigel Kennedy for Israel Apartheid Remark by Anthony Lawson



I’ve just uploaded a new video of mine:
Jewish Peer Attacks Violinist for Israel Apartheid Remark

Apart from the seriousness of attacking a fine musician who was speaking the truth, then having his words censored from any future broadcasts by the BBC, the video looks into the activities of the Jewish lobbies in the United Kingdom in attempting to suppress the vicious activities of the Jewish, Apartheid State of Israel against the Palestinian people.

I hope you will feature it, mention it on Facebook and Twitter it and whatever.


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  Anthony Lawson

Only fools believe what they are told, when it is clear that much else is being hidden.

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Apologists for Israel take top posts at BBC by Amena Saleem


Apologists for Israel take top posts at BBC

Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Gilad Atzmon


Introduction by Gilad Atzmon: The Zionification of Britain is completed. However, the piece below is also a tragic glimpse into UK PSC’s impotence.

It is far from being a secret that the PSC has been Zionised. However, Considering PSC  colossal failure in representing Palestinian interests within British media,  PSC unprecedented success in expelling Palestinians from its ranks is pretty remarkable indeed.

Apologists for Israel take top posts at BBC

by Amena Saleem / April 28th 2013


The American poet T.S. Eliot wrote that ‘April is the cruelest month’. The phrase springs to mind in April 2013, the month that a new director-general took up his post at the BBC and, within two weeks, had installed a line-up of hardline Zionists at the top of the world’s largest publicly-funded news organization.

Tony Hall, whose role as director-general commenced on 2 April, is a former BBC director of news and can boast a total of nearly 30 years working at the corporation. As such, he is well-versed in the BBC’s values — he knows what the BBC wants.

Soon after his own appointment, Hall named James Harding as the BBC’s new director of news and current affairs. Until December, Harding was editor of The Times, an avowedly right-wing, pro-Israeli paper owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News International group.

In 2011, Harding spoke at a media event organized by The Jewish Chronicle, telling his audience: “I am pro-Israel. I believe in the State of Israel. I would have had a real problem if I had been coming to a paper [The Times] with a history of being anti-Israel. And, of course, Rupert Murdoch is pro-Israel.”


The strongly Zionist Jewish Chronicle reprinted those words with glee as news of Harding’s BBC appointment broke. And it also took the opportunity to remind its readers that, during the Israeli massacre in Gaza in late 2008 and early 2009, when more than 1,400 Palestinians were slaughtered, Harding wrote a Times editorial titled, ‘In defense of Israel’.

Now bringing his pro-Israel biases into the top ranks of the BBC, Harding will be in charge of its flagship news and current affairs programs including Today, Newsnight, Panorama and Question Time. He will also be responsible for daily news bulletins on the BBC’s main television channels and radio stations.

According to the Guardian, Harding now holds “arguably the most important editorial job in Britain”.

The news of his appointment to the £340,000 ($518,000) per year post comes just a fortnight after the former Labour Party minister James Purnell took up his new position at the BBC as director of strategy and digital.

Purnell, who was one of Hall’s first appointments, served for two years while in Parliament as chairman of the Westminster lobby group Labour Friends of Israel. Hugely influential, Labour Friends of Israel has drawn support from senior figures within the party, including the former prime ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.

Unsurprisingly, Purnell subscribes to the Zionist view, often taken in BBC news reporting, that Israel can do no wrong. Rather than as an aggressive occupier, Purnell portrays Israel as a victim of hostile, terrorist Arab neighbors. In a letter to Prospect magazine in 2004, Purnell wrote of the comparison made by campaigners between Israel and apartheid-era South Africa, saying: “I find it hard to reconcile that image to the reality on the ground. Israel is a democracy, suffering terrorist attacks, surrounded by countries that don’t recognize its existence, the victim of well-funded terrorist organizations that preach anti-Semitic hate”.

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Israel, with more than 60 laws discriminating against its Palestinian citizens in all areas of life, including political and civil rights, can hardly be called a democracy if a democracy is a state for all its people. And two of its closest geographical neighbors, Jordan and Egypt, have long-standing peace treaties with Israel, something which would scarcely be possible if they didn’t recognize its existence.

However, Purnell’s fact-free, propagandized view of Israel will not be out of place at the BBC. The irony of course is that, under the terms of its Royal Charter, the BBC is meant to be committed to impartiality in its broadcasting.

That it is not can be evidenced in Hall’s third appointment — the promotion of former Today editor Ceri Thomas to the post of BBC head of programming. In his last full year as editor of Today, Thomas presided over a program that interviewed a senior Israeli politician or ambassador on average once every two months. Interviewees included Danny Ayalon, then Israel’s deputy foreign minister, and Tzipi Livni, an architect of the 2008-‘09 Gaza massacre.


During the same period, not a single Palestinian leader or spokesperson was accorded a similar honor. There was no serious recognition, under Thomas’ reign at Today, of the Palestinian viewpoint.

Thomas may well have felt that a Palestinian viewpoint was unnecessary on Today — widely seen in British media circles as the morning program which sets the news agenda for the rest of the day. After all, Palestine itself did not register in any of the aforementioned interviews, which were conducted by the BBC’s heavyweight journalists, including James Naughtie and John Humphrys.

Every single interview focused on a BBC obsession, embodied in Harding and Purnell, and practiced by Thomas at Today, of the ‘threat’ to Israel from its Arab neighbors and Iran. There was no grilling of any interviewee on Israel’s occupation of Palestinian land, its violence against Palestinian civilians, or its arsenal of nuclear weapons which threaten the whole of the Middle East.

After each interview, the UK-based Palestine Solidarity Campaign wrote to the Today program to ask why Israel’s ongoing occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, in the face of international condemnation, had been airbrushed from the conversation.

Each time, this reply was received: “It simply wouldn’t be possible to discuss the complexities of the Middle East conflict during such a brief interview.”

So, over the course of six interviews in 12 months, each one about five or six minutes long, the Today program under Thomas couldn’t find a moment to bring up the Israeli occupation with the Israeli top brass it was interviewing. All of that airtime was needed to discuss not Israel’s aggression, but its own perceived victimhood.

One other moment from that year, 2011, stands out. On 23 March, Israel had carried out air and tank bombardments on Gaza, killing eight Palestinians, including two children and their grandfather. This was followed late at night by two rockets being fired from Gaza into Israel, which resulted in no injuries or deaths.

The next morning’s news bulletins on the Today program reported on the rockets which had hit Israel, but there was absolutely no mention of the death and destruction wreaked on Gaza by Israeli forces.

As ‘journalism’, it was beyond disgraceful. However, the presentation of some facts and the complete omission of others which resulted in the portrayal of Israel as a country under attack, while trying to live peacefully, was entirely consistent with BBC news reporting.

The BBC’s response to the Palestine Solidarity Campaign when questioned on why it hadn’t felt the deaths of eight Palestinians — two of them children — newsworthy, while giving coverage to non-fatal rocket attacks which took place in the same time period, was this: “Choosing the stories to include in our bulletins; the order in which they appear and the length of time devoted to them is a subjective matter and one which we know not every viewer and listener will feel we get right every time.”

This, then, is the history that Thomas brings with him to his new role as head of programming. Harding and Purnell carry with them their dedicated commitment to the Zionist cause. What hope now for Palestine at the BBC? April is indeed a cruel month.

First There Was an Earthquake, then There Was no Earthquake


Wednesday, 18 July 2007

First There Was an Earthquake, then There Was no Earthquake

by C. L. Cook

Monday, July 16th, 2007 will not be a date that will live in infamy. Not at least within the marbled corridors and high haunts of the British Broadcast Corporation (BBC) editorial board.

Listening to the Beeb’s World Service radio dispatches, aired on the hour, the two massive earthquakes that struck Japan, destroying hundreds of buildings, killing nine at last count, and injuring more than a thousand people rated only a fourth story position in the six minute, eight news item segment.

This despite the marginally pertinent fact of the natural disaster: The trembler proved too much for the local nuclear power plant, triggering fires, a spill of radioactive water, and the venting of radioactive gases.

Rather than lead the news with this, the B.B.C. editors decided to bang further their seeming constant drum beat for a broader war with Iran.

Reuters now reports, more than 10,000 people in Kashiwazaki, Japan are sheltering in evacuation centres in the wake of yesterday’s 6.8 earthquake, and aftershocks are still rocking the area.

The Beeb might be forgiven for not kenning the seriousness of the situation yesterday, (preferring to air their elaborate agit-prop piece blasting Iran’s mullahs), as Japanese officials had then only admitted to a “litre and a half” spillage of radioactive material from the seven-reactor Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear complex, the planet’s largest; but today, with the official admission that: The plant was not designed to withstand a 6.8 Richter scale quake; a hundred barrels containing nuclear waste were overturned and burst; 1200, not 1 and a half, litres of contaminated radioactive waste was released into the sea; and, a cloud of nuclear steam (cobalt-60, iodine and chromium-51) too was released into the atmosphere, the story still barely rated better than it did the day before.

Today the Japan earthquake item on the BBC followed yet another car bombing in Iraq, and the British government’s sabre rattling with Russia over the failure of that country to allow extradition of a man, ironically enough, they charge murdered another Russian with a radioactive isotope.

Reacting to the disaster and how it was managed, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe complained about the company’s slow reporting of the spills, saying;

“Nuclear power plants can only be operated with the trust of the people.”


“For this, if something happens they need to report on it thoroughly and quickly.”

Anyone at the BBC listening?