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My loyalty is to my home and my people… COULDN’T GIVE A FUCK FOR THE UK! :D

“Not a single flying fuck!” 😄😁😆😅😂🤣

What does the Israeli lobby think at the prospect of having Jeremy as PM?

What does the City Of London lobby think at the prospect of having Jeremy as PM?

What does the CIA and US military complex think at the prospect of having Jeremy as PM?

What does the antichrist Donald Trump think at the prospect of having Jeremy as PM?

Okey dokey then! We’re all agreed on that one!

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Pope criticised by child sex abuse inquiry after Vatican refuses to send crucial evidence… Paedophile priests acted ‘like mafia’ abusing schoolboys, as Vatican refused to give crucial evidence

“Here… If MI6 and MI5 aren’t going to cooperate in this inquiry… We doubt the Vatican are!

Let’s all be honest with ourselves here, this whole thing is a waste of time… The whole of the UK, at every level, every walk of life, every institution, every profession, has and is covering up child sex abuse!

I am being stalked by literally thousands of British peadophiles because of this… It is literally peadogeddon!

Honestly? Did anyone really expect The Vatican to cooperate? Those fuckers have been covering it up for hundreds of years… And you fuckers are dumber than I ever imagined!

Pope criticised by child sex abuse inquiry after Vatican refuses to send crucial evidence

The Pope has been criticised by the government-ordered child sex abuse inquiry after the Vatican refused to provide cruicial evidence.  
The Pope has been criticised by the government-ordered child sex abuse inquiry after the Vatican refused to provide cruicial evidence.  
  •  Gabriella Swerling

28 OCTOBER 2019 • 5:36 PM

The Pope has been criticised by the government-ordered child sex abuse inquiry after the Vatican refused to provide crucial evidence.

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has repeatedly asked the Holy See about whether officials in Rome assisted convicted paedophile Laurence Soper while he was fugitive monk wanted in Britain for child abuse offences.

The Inquiry has asked the Holy See three times about how Soper was able to make regular withdrawals from his private Vatican Bank account without the British authorities – who had issued an international arrest warrant – being notified.

Last week The Telegraph reported that the inquiry said it was “regrettable” and “disappointing” that the Vatican had rejected repeated requests for a witness to explain its role in the case of Laurence Soper. 

The Pope’s representative in Britain, the Apostolic Nuncio, has declined to give crucial evidence – and is not required to be summoned because he is covered by diplomatic immunity. 

However today Brian Altman QC, counsel to the Inquiry told the hearing into the wider Catholic church that the Vatican’s response to child sexual abuse was at odds with that of Pope Francis. 

He told the hearing: “The Holy See’s refusal to provide the Inquiry with all the evidence it has sought is very disappointing. In his introduction to the recent Motu Proprio, ‘Vos estis lux mundi’, Pope Francis acknowledged the “physical, psychological and spiritual damage” done to the victims of child sexual abuse, and added that “a continuous and profound conversion of hearts is needed, attested by concrete and effective actions that involve everyone in the Church”. 

“Chair, you may consider that it is difficult to reconcile the Pope’s own words with the Holy See’s response to the requests properly made to it by this Inquiry.”

The IICSA report, investigating the Roman Catholic Church with the English Benedictine Congregation as a case study, said that there was a “sadistic and predatory” culture marked by “excessive corporal punishment” at the school in the 1970s when some of the abuse began.

Soper, a former abbot of the Roman Catholic Ealing Abbey and head of St Benedict’s School, where fees are £17,500 per year, was described in the report as a “prolific abuser” of boys at the school and was a senior figure at both the school and the Abbey. 

Since 2003, four monks or teachers have been jailed for multiple child abuse offences against more than 20 children. The inquiry has heard of further allegations against eight other fomer staff, and in 2016 a teacher was jailed for child abuse imagery offences.

Soper was among those convicted. He took a senior role as a general treasurer for the Benedictine order in Rome when was wanted in Britain for child abuse offences. However he absconded from police bail and went on the run in 2011. 

A European Arrest Warrant was issued and some five years later he was located in Kosovo and extradited. In 2017, he was sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment – more than 40 years after his began preying on young boys. 

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has been contacted for comment. 

Paedophile priests acted ‘like mafia’ abusing schoolboys, as Vatican refused to give crucial evidence

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) said today that it was “regrettable” and “disappointing” that the Vatican rejected requests for a witness to explain its role in the case of Laurence Soper.   
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) said today that it was “regrettable” and “disappointing” that the Vatican rejected requests for a witness to explain its role in the case of Laurence Soper.   
  •  Gabriella Swerling

24 OCTOBER 2019 • 6:38 PM

Paedophile priests acted “like the mafia” while abusing boys at an Abbey school, while the Pope’s representative stands accused of using diplomatic immunity to avoid giving evidence about a fugitive monk.

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) said today that it was “regrettable” and “disappointing” that the Vatican rejected requests for a witness to explain its role in the case of Laurence Soper. 

Soper, a former abbot of the Roman Catholic Ealing Abbey and head of St Benedict’s School, where fees are £17,500 per year, was described in the report as a “prolific abuser” of boys at the school and was a senior figure at both the school and the Abbey. 

The IICSA said yesterday that physical and sexual abuse of children was allowed to go unchecked at the school and abbey meaning that “the true scale of sexual abuse of children in the school over more than 40 years is unknown”. 

The IICSA report, investigating the Roman Catholic Church with the English Benedictine Congregation as a case study, said that there was a “sadistic and predatory” culture marked by “excessive corporal punishment” at the school in the 1970s when some of the abuse began.

It added that staff members failed to raise concerns because of a “mafia-like” atmosphere, “a culture of cover-up and denial” and the fear of losing their jobs, 

However it concluded that the Benedictine abbey could still not guaranteed to be a safe place for children, saying: “It remains to be seen whether Ealing Abbey proves itself capable of ensuring proper safeguarding in future”.

Since 2003, four monks or teachers have been jailed for multiple child abuse offences against more than 20 children. The inquiry has heard of further allegations against eight other fomer staff, and in 2016 a teacher was jailed for child abuse imagery offences.

Soper was among those convicted. He took a senior role as a general treasurer for the Benedictine order in Rome when was wanted in Britain for child abuse offences. However he absconded from police bail and went on the run in 2011. 

A European Arrest Warrant was issued and some five years later he was located in Kosovo and extradited. In 2017, he was sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment – more than 40 years after his began preying on young boys. 

The IICSA has asked the Vatican about what steps were taken after Soper’s disappearance that might have assisted in locating him and how he was able to make multiple, large withdrawals from his Vatican Bank account between 2011 and 2015 while he was a wanted man.

The Inquiry has sought a witness statement and documents from the Holy See, initially via a voluntary request to the Vatican’s diplomatic representative in the UK. 

However the Pope’s representative in Britain, the Apostolic Nuncio, has declined to give crucial evidence – and is not required to be summoned because he is covered by diplomatic immunity. 

The Holy See has confirmed that it does not intend to provide a witness statement but has provided some documentation – which was only provided this week and after being asked for the third time – which is being reviewed and may be considered further, if necessary, during hearings later this year.

John O’Brien, secretary to the inquiry, said: “We asked if they had any information to indicate they knew where Soper was. It is regrettable that the nuncio decided he was not prepared to provide a statement.”

Richard Scorer, a lawyer at Slater and Gordon, who represents seven victims from St Benedict’s, said: “This report reveals how senior Benedictine leaders both perpetrated abuse and then covered it up, with the assistance and complicity of the wider Catholic church. This complicity continues today with the Vatican’s continuing refusal to co-operate with this inquiry.”

A spokesman from the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales said: “The Apostolic Nuncio is a diplomat and is therefore by virtue of his office covered by diplomatic Immunity. 

“The Holy See is a sovereign state and therefore diplomatic protocols must be adhered to. This is why IICSA are liaising with the FCO in its continued correspondence with the Holy See.”

 The Abbot of Ealing, Dominic Taylor, said: “We accept the Inquiry’s findings that actions were not taken that could have reduced serious risk and harm to the children in our care.” He added that “terrible lessons have been learned”. 

Andrew Johnson, Headmaster St Benedict’s released a statement last night along with its governors, saying that they “apologise deeply for those who have suffered in the past at the hands of some who held positions of responsibility at and connected with the school”.

The Inquiry recognised the efforts made to make the school totally independent from the Monastery “so that those in authority can never ever face the conflict of the past”, Mr Johnson added.

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Corbyn as PM would be disastrous for UK-Israel relations

“No chance knob clowns… Absolute no fucking chance!” 😆😅😂🤣

“Alex? What do you think?”

https://www.lemonde.fr › PixelsWeb resultsBritain has spent years spying on Israel’s leaders – Le Monde7 Dec 2016 · The British have spied on Israeli diplomacy both in … The surveillance of Israeli interests by the GCHQ has also …

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www.timesofisrael.comIn huge Israeli intel breach, US, UK have spied on air force for 18 years29 Jan 2016 · By hacking encrypted transmissions of Israeli planes and drones, NSA and GCHQ intelligence services ‘monitor IDF …

https://www.timesofisrael.comGCHQ Government Communications Headquarters | The Times of IsraelGCHQ Government Communications Headquarters. US President Donald … UK, US intel reportedly spied on Israeli diplomats, army.

https://www.ynetnews.com › articlesReport: NSA, GCHQ spied on Israeli diplomats, defense companies7 Dec 2016 · Based on information from whistleblower Edward Snowden, Le Monde reports the American and British intelligence .

theintercept.comIsraeli Drone Feeds Hacked By British and American Intelligence28 Jan 2016 · Spies in the Sky · Israeli Drone … GCHQ and the Israel Defense Forces declined to comment. The NSA

Corbyn as PM would be disastrous for UK-Israel relations

Since Jeremy Corbyn became Labour leader, the character of the party has been drastically altered. His leadership team consists of like-minded individuals, almost all of whom have been active in protests against the Jewish state.

 by  Des Starritt  Published on  10-20-2019 07:58 Last modified: 10-20-2019 09:26

The recent Labour Party conference has done nothing to allay the fears of the Jewish community at the prospect of a Corbyn-led government. In fact, everyone with an interest in Britain’s future should be seriously concerned.

When Jeremy Corbyn was a backbench member of Parliament, he lobbied the British government and the European Union to “end the trade with Israel.” He repeatedly called on the world to “isolate Israel” and to impose “sanctions against Israel.” As a lifelong anti-Israel activist, Corbyn has led some of the largest anti-Israel organizations and demonstrations in the world, not to mention his referring to certain terrorist groups who seek Israel’s destruction as his “friends.”

Corbyn’s hostility toward Israel in the past shows that if he was to become prime minister in the future, there is a real threat to the United Kingdom’s relationship with the Jewish state.

The United Kingdom currently benefits from a close partnership with Israel. Any damage to this relationship deployed by a future Corbyn government would have devastating consequences.

The two countries have one of the closest intelligence-sharing operations in the world. The intelligence given to the United Kingdom by Israel has helped prevent numerous terror attacks in Britain and Europe, including the discovery of a Hezbollah explosives stockpile in London in 2015 that was discovered thanks to Israeli intelligence.

High-level security experts, such as retired British army officer Col. Richard Kemp, have warned that crucial intelligence-sharing and military cooperation will cease under a Corbyn-led Labour government.

Corbyn is a firebrand for anti-Israel activism in the United Kingdom. However, with the media spotlight upon him since becoming the leader of the opposition, he has clearly learned to tone down his rhetoric, giving the impression of a shift in position. This is not the case.

Since Corbyn became Labour leader, the character of the party has been drastically altered. His leadership team consists of like-minded individuals, almost all of whom have been active in protests against Israel. The huge influx of new members into Labour has also been mostly those that align with Corbyn’s position regarding Israel and the Palestinians.

Jewish MPs who have been critical of Corbyn for his mishandling of anti-Semitism within the party are under threat of being purged. Among them is Dame Louise Ellman, a long-serving Jewish MP, who faced a no-confidence motion on Oct. 8, the eve of Yom Kippur, meaning she was not able to attend in person. Meanwhile, Dame Margaret Hodge faces a similar challenge in her constituency after calling Corbyn “an anti-Semite.”

Not everyone in Labour is anti-Israel. However, the vocal anti-Israel backbenchers of Labour are now in leadership, steering the party away from the country’s longstanding and beneficial position of standing with Israel and the Jewish people. Meanwhile, pro-Israel sections of the party are being side-lined, vilified and bullied into silence.

This dramatic shift in Labour’s attitude toward Israel is reflected in the fact that the largest fringe events at the past few Labour conferences were anti-Israel. In contrast, the Labour Friends of Israel group decided not to host a stall or any event this year for fear of their safety.

Like last year, the Labour Party conference in September witnessed delegates jubilantly waving flags and banners, though not in support of the United Kingdom or the European Union. Instead, someone shouted “Free Palestine” from the stage. The audience gave a standing ovation, waved hundreds of Palestinian flags and chanted “Free Palestine” in response.

Shortly after this display, the party’s membership voted to effectively boycott Israeli goods and to support the Palestinian’s so-called “right of return,” which essentially calls for an end to Israel existing as a Jewish state.

What’s more, Labour has pledged to “immediately” recognize the “state of Palestine.”

This was originally in its 2017 election manifesto and repeated again at the party conference, where Shadow Foreign Minister Emily Thornberry declared that “Palestine” would be at the top of her priority list, saying that the United Kingdom would give recognition “not in due course, not when the time is right, but now.”

A recent survey shows that the majority of Labour’s members believe accusations of anti-Semitism against the party are a political smear, with only 16% thinking it is the fault of the Labour leadership. And more than half of Labour’s current membership opposes Britain’s signing of a post-Brexit trade agreement with Israel, even though it will secure thousands of jobs in the country.

Sadly, in Britain today, supporting Israel is becoming a partisan issue. And it is clear that one party has placed its anti-Israel attitudes as a focal point of its political agenda.

Today, however, anyone who values Britain’s relationship with Israel must remain alert to the very real threat that a Labour government under Corbyn would pose to this important and valuable partnership.

Reprinted with permission from JNS.org.

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WHO ARE THE MEN ON ISRAEL’S POTENTIAL HIT LIST?

“Who are the men on Israel’s potential hit list?… Real for starters!” 😜

WHO ARE THE MEN ON ISRAEL’S POTENTIAL HIT LIST?

By ANNA AHRONHEIM

IRGC commander Qassem Soleimani (L), Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah (C), Palestinian Islamic Jihad head, Baha Abu al-Ata (R). (photo credit:” REUTERS/WIKIMEDIA COMMONS)

Senior defense officials have warned that Israel is facing an Iranian storm that is coming closer to her borders. But who are the men behind the storm?Who are the faces behind the dire warnings from Israel’s top military officer of “multiple enemies on multiple fronts”?

Senior defense officials have warned that Israel is facing an Iranian storm that is coming closer to her borders. But who are the men behind the storm? And what has Israel done to stop them?

1) Qassem Soleimani

Born in 1957 in Iran’s Kerman province, Qassem Solemani joined Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in 1979 and advanced rapidly, rising through the ranks during the Iran-Iraq War in the 1980s to lead the 41st Division while he was still in his 20s.

Considered a military genius, Soleimani was appointed commander of the IRGC in 1997. Until a few years ago, he remained almost invisible to the public eye. But he was busy: In the 1990s, he was responsible for Iran’s anti-Taliban efforts in Afghanistan, and for organizing Iraqi Shi’ite militias following the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003. More recently, he rescued the regime of Bashar Assad in Syria.

Considered the head of the snake, Israeli defense officials have named Soleimani as the No. 1 enemy responsible for Iran’s ongoing entrenchment in Syria and its ongoing support for Hezbollah’s precision missile project.

“Our three targets have one address – Iran,” a senior defense source said in August, adding that Soleimani is the address for two of the three threats. While he refused to answer how Israel is deal with the threat, according to foreign reports Soleimani has been the target of several Israeli assassination plots in the past.

In October, Tehran said that it had foiled an Arab-Israeli plot to kill Soleimani by planting 350-500 kg. bomb in a congregation hall used for Shi’ite commemoration ceremonies in his home province of Kerman.

Days earlier, Soleimani claimed that he and Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah escaped an Israeli assassination attempt in Beirut during the Second Lebanon War in 2006. Soleimani, who said he spent almost the entire 34-day conflict in Lebanon, said he entered the country from Syria alongside Imad Mughniyeh, a senior Hezbollah commander who was assassinated in 2008 in an attack attributed to Israel and the CIA.

“Israeli spy planes were constantly flying overhead” above the Hezbollah stronghold of Dahiyeh in southern Beirut, Soleimani said during a rare interview that was screened on Iranian television. One night, he said, he and Mughniyeh felt the need to evacuate Nasrallah from the terrorist group’s operations room and took him to another building. Shortly after they got there, two Israeli airstrikes hit nearby.

“We were feeling that these two bombings were about to be followed by a third one… so we decided to get out of that building,” he said. “We didn’t have a car, and there was complete silence, just the Israeli regime aircraft flying over Dahiyeh.”

Like a cat with nine lives, Soleimani also survived the operation that killed Mughniyeh in 2008. “At one point, the two men were standing there, same place, same street. All they had to do was push the button,” one former US official was quoted by The Washington Post in 2015. But the operatives were only authorized to kill Mughniyeh.

While Soleimani has so far escaped alleged Israel’s wrath, his quest for Israel’s annihilation probably places him in the IDF’s crosshairs.

2) Hassan Nasrallah

Hezbollah secretary-general Hassan Nasrallah is Israel’s second most wanted terrorist. Born in 1960 in the eastern suburbs of Beirut, he joined Hezbollah following the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon, and became the group’s leader in 1992 following the assassination of Abbas al-Musawi.

Hezbollah – Lebanon’s Party of God – has been transformed under Nasrallah’s leadership, becoming the most dominant political party in the county and a major social movement for the its Shi’ite community. Under Nasrallah, Hezbollah has developed from a militia and terrorist group to a terrorist army capable of inflicting severe damage on Israel.

Hundreds have been killed in terrorist attacks across the globe by the Shi’ite terrorist group, and thousands of others have been killed in the several military confrontations between Israel and Hezbollah over the years.

In July, on the 13th anniversary of the Second Lebanon War, Nasrallah warned that “any war will be bigger than the 2006 war for Israel, and it will put it on the brink of extinction.” In an interview with Al-Manar Television, Nasrallah said that there will be “surprises on the ground, in the air and at sea” in the next war between the two enemies, adding the Shi’ite group has game-changing weapons, including precision missiles and drones, and that “the 70 km. Israeli coast starting from Netanya and ending at Ashdod is under the resistance fire.”

Since the Second Lebanon War in 2006, Hezbollah has rebuilt its arsenal with some 130,000 short-range rockets and several thousand more missiles that can reach central Israel. According to some Israeli analysts, the next war with Hezbollah might see 1,500-2,000 rockets fired into Israel per day, compared to the 150-180 per day during the Second Lebanon War. With Iran’s help, the group has been working on a precision missile project since 2013, and has been attempting to build factories to produce precision missiles in South Lebanon, Beirut and the Bekaa Valley under the guidance of senior Iranian officers. Despite Israel’s ongoing “war-between-wars” campaign to disrupt the project, Hezbollah has produced several precision missiles.

In addition to rebuilding its arsenal, some 40,000 Hezbollah soldiers have gained considerable battlefield experience fighting for Syria’s President Bashar Assad in that country’s eight-year-long civil war.

Like Soleimani might be, Nasrallah could also be on Israel’s hit list and has survived assassination attempts blamed on the Jewish state – once by an airstrike, once by poison and once by a missile strike. Nasrallah knows he’s a target, and for the past 13 years has been living in a deep bunker below the group’s stronghold of Dahiyeh.

3) Baha Abu al-Ata

The head of Palestinian Islamic Jihad’s (PIJ) Al-Quds Brigades in Gaza, Baha Abu al-Ata is considered one of the top terrorists in the blockaded coastal enclave. While Hamas is the ruling party in the Gaza Strip, the group has in recent years been losing control over the street. And the vacuum is being filled by Ata, Tehran’s main man in Gaza.

While PIJ is a Sunni Jihadist movement, it’s supported by Iran, which directs the group through PIJ’s chief Ziad Nahala who resides in Damascus.

Ata has been involved in planning attacks against Israel, manufacturing arms and upgrading long-range rocket launching capabilities. The second largest group in the Gaza Strip after Hamas, PIJ has been assessed by military intelligence as a factor increasing the risk of an escalation in the blockaded coastal enclave, since it is not under the direct control of Hamas and acts independently for its own interests.

Ata was identified by the IDF as having ordered the firing of rockets towards southern Israel in April. According to the IDF, under Ata, PIJ is trying to carry out low-level attacks and maintain a low profile so that Hamas doesn’t figure out its ambition to undermine long-term ceasefire between Hamas and Israel.

“There are dozens of countries around the world which are trying to improve the humanitarian situation in the Strip, but at the same time, there is one man inside Gaza and one man outside the Strip trying to torpedo that,” former IDF spokesperson Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Ronen Manelis said at the time.

Today Hamas is no longer the number one threat in the Gaza Strip. PIJ is responsible for several violent attacks on IDF troops during the Great March of Return protests along the Gaza border fence, including the first death of a soldier along the Gaza border since Operation Protective Edge in 2014 when St.-Sgt. Aviv Levi was shot by sniper near Kibbutz Kissufim. Another soldier was struck by sniper fire in the area less than a week after Levi was killed. In late January, an IDF officer was lightly wounded in the same area after his helmet was struck by sniper fire along the Gaza Strip security fence, in an attack for which PIJ claimed responsibility.

Like Soleimani and Nasrallah, Ata may also now be in the IDF’s crosshairs. He too has survived several assassination attempts, including during Operation Pillar of Defense in 2012. While the IDF continues to hold Hamas responsible for all that occurs in the Strip, one day the retaliation against PIJ will come.