Saturday, 11 February 2017

The British Government responds to Foreign Power trying to undermine British Ministers thus:

"The UK considers this matter closed."

So that's OK then! It says much about the embedded nature of the Jewish lobby in British politics.

Can we imagine the response would have been so relaxed if the culprit had worked for Russia's FSB?

Alan Duncan who has been mildly critical of Israeli policy (what sane or reasonable person could take a different view?) one of the British politicians targetted.

Beware: Fake News Alert!
Via a device planted in the Foreign Office, our special correspondent (spy) lately relocated to Tel Aviv, managed to capture a conversation between the British Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary regarding the matter. This blog is now exclusively able to make this public:
PM: "Foreign Secretary have you seen the news? Those damned Israeli's have been at it again."
FS: "Yes Prime Minister, it's very disturbing. They have been caught in the act of trying to get rid of Duncan and others."
PM: "Yes, very embarrassing for them and us. It makes them look creepy and duplicitous, and us incompetent and impotent. How do you think we should respond?"
FS:  "I've been thinking about it long and hard Prime Minister. Netanhayu is coming to see you soon. How about we show our displeasure by keeping him waiting at the front door of Number 10 for half a minute, and then blaming it on the fact that he arrives too early?"
PM: "Wow! That's brilliant Foreign Secretary. Inspired! Problem solved."

Here's the Mossad agent who was apparently working completely on his own initiative, without the knowledge or support of his employer, the Israeli Government:
Shai Masot is recorded discussing how to discredit MPs in comments described by Israeli embassy as ‘unacceptable’.

You’re receiving this email because you signed this petition: “Inquiry into Israel influencing British political democracy.”

Dear Tim Veater,
The Government has responded to the petition you signed – “Inquiry into Israel influencing British political democracy.”.
Government responded:
The Israeli Ambassador apologised and is clear the comments do not reflect the view of the Embassy or Government of Israel. The UK has a strong relationship with Israel. We consider the matter closed.
The UK is a close friend of Israel and we enjoy an excellent bilateral relationship, built on decades of cooperation between our two countries across a range of fields such as education, hi-tech research, business, arts and culture.
We are continuing to deepen and advance our links with Israel in these areas. Both countries have much we can share with each other and benefit from our relationship.
It is clear that in this case, these remarks can only be attributed to one person. The Israeli Ambassador has apologised and explained that the comments made do not reflect the views of the Embassy or Government of Israel.
The Embassy has informed us that the official has resigned from his position at the Israeli Embassy and left the UK.
The UK therefore considers this matter closed.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
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The Petitions team
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