to Jewish Pressure: UK PM - Golden Coward Or Brown Loser?
7 March 2010
By Gilad Atzmon
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has announced plans today
to stop the issue of arrest warrants for foreign
officials such as Tzipi Livni, Ehud Barak and other
Israeli war criminals who were forced to cancel
planned trips to London after arrest warrants were
issued against them. Under Brown’s proposals, the
Crown Prosecution Service will take over
responsibility for prosecuting war crimes and other
violations of international law. Currently magistrates
have to consider the case for an arrest warrant to be
A warrant for the arrest of Ms Livni was issued by a
UK court in December last year following Israel's
massacre in Gaza over a year ago. She consequently
cancelled a planned visit.
Mr Brown wrote in the Daily Telegraph: 'As we have
seen, there is now significant danger of such a
provision being exploited by politically-motivated
organisations or individuals who set out only to grab
headlines knowing their case has no realistic chance
of a successful prosecution’.
PM Brown better explain to the nation why arresting a
genocidal war criminal like Livni, Olmert or Barak is
a ‘politically motivated’ act. He should also explain
to us all why is he convinced that a case against
Livni wouldn’t stand a chance in court. As far as
Justice Goldstone is concerned, the case against
Israel and its leadership is actually watertight.
According to the Daily Mail, Colin Powell, the former
US secretary of state and a leading player in the Iraq
War, has also reportedly expressed alarm about the
prospect of arrest in Britain. Yet, no one in Britain
politics rushed to appease the American politician or
to amend British universal jurisdiction laws just for
him. Clearly, Israeli lobby has much more influence
within the British cabinet than the USA. This
shouldn’t take us by a big surprise considering our
Foreign Secretary David Miliband is a listed ‘Israeli
Hasbara (Propaganda) Author’.
Brown admitted that 'There is already growing reason
to believe that some people are not prepared to travel
to this country for fear that such a private arrest
warrant - motivated purely by political gesture -
might be sought against them.’ Surely this is good
news. Criminals such as Livni or Barak should never
dare to step on a plane. Instead they should stay in
their Jewish Ghetto and stare at the separation walls
they erected around themselves.
The PM said he wanted legislation putting jurisdiction
for war crimes and similar offences under the CPS to
be brought in 'as soon as possible'. This is indeed
what you would expect from a government that is so
heavily funded by the Jewish Lobby. Such a move would
allow attorneys such as Lord ‘green light’ Goldsmith
to open Britain’s gate to Israeli genocidal murderers.
Yet Brown failed to tell the Brits what it is that
stops magistrates from taking the right decisions
regarding war criminals. Let us face it. If Brown
doesn’t trust Britain’s magistrates he better let them
go. He can always hire some Rabbis to look after
Britain legal system. If Britain is about to give up
on its universal jurisdiction laws, it better be
prepared to let some tribal experts to look after its
Brown also said, “I am confident that an amendment on
better enforcement of existing legislation will serve
to enhance Britain's status in the eyes of
international law, world opinion and history”.
I do not know much about the ‘eyes’ of the
international law’ or ‘world opinion’, but I can
assure Brown that his move is more than welcome by the
Jewish Chronicle and his Jewish fundraisers. Don’t
forget, it is election time after all.