Cash for Honours? Its Jewish Cash for Jewish Policies!
The Mundi Club, February 11, 2007
The Jewish dominated British media constantly uses the phrase 'cash for honours' when discussing the year long police investigation into corruption in the British political system. However, it is not an accurate reflection of the political issue at stake. Its a euphemism to cover up the reality that wealthy Jewish donors have been providing huge sums of money to enable the Labour Party to win General Elections so that Labour governments can implement policies favourable not merely to the Jewish community in Britain but, primarily, to the Jews-only state in Palestine (JOS). In other words, a more accurate description of this political corruption is 'Jewish cash for Jewish policies'.
Blair's slavish support for George Bush's Likudnik policies (e.g. the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq), and his equally slavish acceptance of the JOS's policies (e.g. military onslaughts against innocent Palestinian and Lebanese civilians), have been financed by Jewish bribes. This is also the source of his support for the forthcoming invasion of Iran rather than any consideration of the countrys national interests. The British Labour Party/Governments have basically been bought by wealthy Jewish Likudniks. If it wasn't for their donations the British Labour Party would be financially bankrupt. In America, the Jewish lobby provides the Democratic Party with 60% of its funds (so that in return it supports extreme Likudnik policies). The ratio for the Labour Party in Britain could be even higher.
According to Red Star Research, "He (Levy) set up Magnet Records in 1972 with help from Maurice Oberstein, Head of CBS Records, and made millions from artists like Alvin Stardust, Chris Rea, Dollar, Darts and Bad Manners, at one point was selling 8% of all records in the UK. He sold Magnet to Warner Brothers in 1988 for £10 million and later set up another record company called M&G (named after himself and his wife Gilda), where he paid himself a salary of £308,657. He sold M&G in 1997. He runs a private company called Wireart, an investment company which was based in an oversea tax haven until 1997. Wireart paid him £160,000 (plus £50,000 expenses) for work as a management consultant in 1998-9 at the time he wasn't working. Since 1992 he has been Chairman of Jewish Care, one of the UK's biggest charities (he was asked to join by the Tory minister Lord Young), raising as much as £60 million." (Red Star Research http://www.red-star-research.org.uk/subframe1.html).
Levys time is spent between his homes in Britain and the JOS. According to John Kampfner, Levy "spends several months a year at his house in Tel Aviv ..." (John Kampfner, New Statesman, 15.4.2002, p.10-11). He has close relationships with politicians in both countries. "He also owns a villa in Herzliya Pituah, an exclusive suburb of Tel Aviv in Israel, which he bought after selling another villa nearby for #4 million. He has acted as a fundraiser for Ehud Barak, the Israeli Prime Minister, and maintains a close relationship with him. His son Daniel worked for the Israeli Justice Minister Yossi Beilin, to whom Levy contributed campaign funds. Both his children live in Israel." (Red Star Research http://www.red-star-research.org.uk/subframe1.html). Levys life and political influence in Britain are almost duplicated by his life and influence in the JOS. It is not known whether he is a dual passport holder.
Tony Blair with Jewish moneyman Lord Levy
Blair and Levy
"Lord Levy .. met Blair at a dinner party in 1994 held by Gideon Meir, a senior Israeli diplomat, and became his tennis partner. Levy was in charge of donations to the 'private trust' which funded Tony Blair's office before the 1997 election (which reached £7 million), and is now the chief fundraiser for the 'high value' donors account at the Labour Party, along with his deputy Amanda Delew (who worked with him at Jewish Care). He is reported to have raised £12 million for the 'high value' fund before the 1997 election, becoming known as 'Mr Cashpoint'. Straight after the election he was given a peerage. He used to work with Dr Henry Drucker, whose company Oxford Philanthropic was brought in by the Labour Party to advise on gaining large corporate donations, but they fell out over Drucker's description of Labour's 'blind trust' funds as 'evil' (the trusts have since all been closed down)." (Red Star Research http://www.red-star-research.org.uk/subframe1.html).
Levy played a critical role in financing Blairs campaign to become leader of the Labour Party and then Blairs New Labour campaigns to win National Elections. "Levy was the man who made Tony Blair the Prime Minister of England. He found youthful Tony, managed his election campaign and brought him to power. (Levy learned a lot from Bronfman, who was instrumental in bringing Clinton to the White House)." (foppe37 http://www.itszone.co.uk/zone0/viewtopic.php?t=17734 c.2004).
Levys connection with Bronfman is interesting in that it raises the spectre of two Jews who helped to elect three politicians in three countries Clinton, Blair, and Barak all of whom have stoutly defended, and promoted, Jewish racism.
Blairs Suppression of Palestinian Sympathies within the Labour Party
So what did Levy get in return for his efforts in grooming and financing Blair to become leader of the Labour Party? There is, of course, no evidence of any quid pro quo but one of the first things Blair did after he became leader was to make it transparent that if party members wanted a career within his party, and possibly in any future government, then they would have to suppress their sympathies for the Palestinian cause. John Kampfner provided an account of the way that Blair, and other New Labour leaders, made pro-Semitic bigotry a critical component of New Labours agenda. ""To define yourself as New Labour, you had to prove your credentials as pro-business, anti-tax, and pro-Israel," says one party official. "Palestinian sympathies were the preserve of the old left and we quite simply had to get rid of ours if we wanted to get on." At Blairs first Party Conference as leader, Labour Friends Of Israel assembled in a huge turnout for its main meeting of the week. Every aspiring young apparatchik felt the need to attend. They did then. They still do. The realignment of policy has infuriated older hands in the Foreign Office. It is not, the Mandarins say, based on a detailed knowledge of the conflict, but is a hostage to the broader rebranding exercise that characterizes New Labour."" (John Kampfner, New Statesman, 15.4.2002, p.10-11). Almost at a stroke thousands, possibly tens of thousands, of politically active, idealistic young people looking for a career in the Labour Party/Government, were compelled to suppress their compassion and concern for justice and become pro-Semitic bigots in order to gain advancement in the Party. These individuals could no longer afford to carefully weigh up the evidence about events in the Middle East in order to reach an informed decision - they had to speak the mendacious language of Jewish racist bigotry.
Blair pays Homage to his Jewish Masters
After becoming leader of the Labour Party, Blair won increasing public support for his attacks on corruption in the Tory Government. In the run up to the 1997 General Election public opinion polls indicated that Blair would win a landslide victory but Blair persisted in trying to win more support, even from traditional Labour enemies particularly Rupert Murdochs Sun newspaper, even though it was no longer electorally necessary. He embarked on a trip around the world to visit murdoch in an effort to win him over to the New Labour cause. "However, an article in The Guardian on 1 July by Lance Price, former media advisor to the British Prime Minister, brought the topic back to mind. Price asserted that media tycoon Rupert Murdoch was arguably the most powerful man in the media world today. Murdoch, an Australian-born US citizen, literally owns a significant share in public opinion through his control of the world's largest media conglomerates. "I have never met Mr Murdoch, but at times when I worked at Downing Street he seemed like the 24th member of the cabinet. His voice was rarely heard [but, then, the same could have been said of many of the other 23] but his presence was always felt," Price wrote. Murdoch "attended many crisis meetings at the Home Office - the influence of the Murdoch press on immigration and asylum policy would make a fascinating PhD thesis," the author of the best-selling The Spin Doctor's Diary added. "There is no small irony in the fact that Tony Blair flew halfway round the world to address Mr Murdoch and his News International executives in the first year of his leadership of the Labour Party and that he's doing so again next month [July, 2006] in what may prove to be his last." Shocking as they may seem, the revelations of Price, a man once intimately involved in the workings of the British government, appear utterly consistent with the strengthening bond between the mainstream media and governments in Western democracies. Such a bond is equally, but especially visible in the United States. But the relationship between states and media become even the more dangerous when both team up - and not by accident - on the same ideological turf. Murdoch is a right-wing, pro-Israeli (widely known to be a personal friend of Ariel Sharon), pro-war ideologue. In 2003, every editorial page of his raft of 175 newspapers around the world touted the same pro-war mantras." (Ramzy Baroud Murdoch Almighty http://www.counterpunch.org/baroud09182006.html September 18, 2006).
Jewish Cash for Levys Ennoblement
After Blair won the 1997 General Election he started repaying his debts to his Jewish funders. He rewarded Levy, his chief fundraiser, by ennobling him into the Lords. This could be seen as an example of cash for honours although Blair would obviously argue that Levy deserved to be appointed to the lords because of his political skills and experience (sic).
But this was far from being the end of the rewards that Blair bestowed upon Levy. If all that Blair did was to ennoble his chief fundraiser then this form of political corruption could legitimately be called 'cash for honours. But Blair also appointed Levy as his own personal envoy in foreign affairs. "His role as unofficial envoy for the Middle East took him to 8 different countries in 1999, staying in British Embassies, including Syria, Jordan, Oman, Qatar, Israel, Egypt and Lebanon (where he was accused by the Lebanese Government of bringing them the Israeli position and the British Ambassador had to issue a statement to try and calm the situation down). He was also provided with cars, drivers and staff support. The Embassy in Amman, Jordan, arranged a lunch for him to meet Jordanian politicians." (Red Star Research http://www.red-star-research.org.uk/subframe1.html).
When he became Prime Minister, Blair appointed Robin Cook as Foreign Secretary. Cook endeavoured to formulate an ethical foreign policy based around human rights but this immediately put him on a collision course with Levy. Cook refused to give Levy a room within the Foreign and Commonwealth Office which would have opened up direct and immediate access to civil servants and the policy formulation process. He was able to limit Levys influence over the Labour Governments foreign policies. But, equally, Blairs and Levys pro-Semitic bigotry placed limits on the universal applicability of Cooks human rights policy. "Blair made Levy his special envoy to the Middle East, but the Foreign Secretary, Robin Cook, blocked Levy's attempts to re-Zionize British policy. He even refused to give the freshly knighted Michael Levy a room with a secretary in the Foreign Office. It was short-sighted of Cook, who had annoyed Israelis on previous occasions as well. After Blair's re-election, Cook got the boot, and Levy was elevated." (foppe37 http://www.itszone.co.uk/zone0/viewtopic.php?t=17734 c.2004).
It is arguable that Blair appointed Levy as his personal envoy because he wanted to conduct his own foreign policies in the Middle East fearing the damage that could be caused by his Foreign Secretary and the bureaucrats in the FCO. Basically all he was doing was using a trusted friend, albeit an unelected official, to curb the power of a political rival he did not trust and whose views he did not support. But it is also equally true that, in effect, Blair was allowing his chief fundraiser the chance to influence the countrys foreign policies at the expense of the Foreign Secretary who had played his democratic part in Labours election victory. This form of political corruption goes far beyond the relatively insignificant issue of cash for honours. Giving a Jewish donor the chance to influence the countrys foreign policy is plainly an example of Jewish cash for Jewish policies. "The role of this New Labour fundraiser in chief, well paid consultant to retail chains and the prime ministers tennis partner, who spends several months a year at his house in Tel Aviv, is crucial in understanding Tony Blairs beneficent approach to Israel." (John Kampfner, New Statesman, 15.4.2002, p.10-11). In other words, even if it is true that Blair ennobled Levy because of the cash he funneled into the Labour Party, this is a minor political misdemeanour in comparison to giving financial donors political positions to influence of the policies of a democratically elected government. The seriousness of this form of political corruption, Jewish cash for Jewish policies can be appreciated by the disasters that have resulted from Blairs pursuit of Likudnik foreign policies the carnage in Afghanistan, Palestine, Iraq, and possibly even Iran.
Blair replaces Cook with Straw
After Blair won his second general election he replaced Cook as Foreign Secretary with Jack Straw. By this time Levys influence over Britains foreign policies, especially those towards the Middle East, was substantial enough to entitle him to his own room and secretary in the Foreign Office. "Lord Levy has a room at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. It is down the corridor from the head of the Middle East and North Africa Command. The location is no coincidence. He has been put there as a counterweight to what some in Downing Street regard as the arabist tendency in the FCO." (John Kampfner, New Statesman, 15.4.2002, p.10-11). "Enter Lord Levy .. the one time pop impresario who turned Alvin Stardust into a household name. A man without ministerial rank, answerable to neither House of Parliament, Levy is now according to officials, given access to high level intelligence information about the Middle East. He has been sent on six "official" missions on behalf of Blair to Israel and the Palestinian Authority." (John Kampfner, New Statesman, 15.4.2002, p.10-11).
As it turned out, Jack Straw increasingly played second fiddle to Levy. This was especially so after his disastrous peace mission to the Middle East which required Blair to come to his rescue after Ariel Sharon refused to meet him.
Blairs response to the Pentagon-New York Bombings
After the September 2001 Pentagon and New York bombings, Blair attached himself like a limpet to Bushs foreign policies. "This was an attack on the free and democratic world and this is the responsibility of the free and democratic world have got to shoulder with America. It is important Americans know their allies stand shoulder to shoulder with them." (Tony Blair, Mirror, September 14, 2001, p.20-21). In the run up to the bombing of Afghanistan, Blair played an important role in recognizing that the allies were losing the propaganda war in the Moslem world and that to reverse this more needed to be done to solve the conflict in Palestine. He went on diplomatic tours of the Middle East to win over support for Americas foreign policies. Levy organized Blairs second tour of the Middle East. This led one MP to ask about Levys role in the Blair government. "Norman baker MP has been asking the Prime Minister to explain why the unaccountable Lord Levy acts as his Middle East Mr Fixit. Tony Blair has now responded, saying that since June, Lord Levy has made several trips "as my personal envoy" to Israel, Palestine, Egypt and Jordan, where he met a range of senior figures". Blair adds, "The purpose of those visits was to carry messages on my behalf to other leaders. Lord Levy received no remuneration and travels at his own expense." (Mirror, 26.10.2001, p.24).
Blairs Even Handedness over Palestine
Blairs Jewish funders reaped some considerable political rewards as far as his policies toward Palestine were concerned. In the middle of April 2002, after the Zionists had spent nearly a fortnight reducing large parts of Palestine to rubble, Jack Straw was interviewed on television where he tried to cover up Ariel Sharons murderous spree, "Both sides are showing intransigence." (Jack Straw, Breakfast News, BBC1 11.4.2002). This even-handedness between one side which has F16s, helicopter gunships, tanks, and a vast array of weaponry and, the other side which has sticks and stones, calls for a revision of the Second World War. According to Straws logic when the Nazis were slaughtering Jews it would be right to say that, "Both sides are showing intransigence".
During the early days of the Zionists April 2002 reoccupation of Palestine, Blair kept carefully in line with Bushs views. He did not condemn the invasion - as if it was quite normal for the Jewish army to invade other countries. He didnt even say anything when Bush, obviously under the influence of the Likudnik world view, claimed the invasion was the second phase of the war against terrorism. A few days later when bush demanded the Jewish withdrawal from Jenin, Blair duly followed the new line. Sharon duly dismissed his Jewish funded, piddling little muppets.
Blairs support for a Palestinian State
In the autumn of 2001, Blair made a major change to Britains foreign policy principles when he set aside ideas of power sharing in Palestine and announced his support for the establishment of a Palestinian state. This announcement was made during his meeting with Yasser Arafat. "A viable Palestinian state, as part of a negotiated and agreed settlement, which guarantees peace and security for Israel is the objective." (Tony Blair quoted in Derek Brown Palestine is not just a state of mind, Guardian, 16.10.2001. "The end we desire is a just peace in which the Israelis and Palestinians live side by side, each in their own state, secure and able to prosper and develop." (Tony Blair quoted in the Mirror, 15.10.2001).
John Pilger was not convinced about Blairs commitment to a Palestinian state. "The meeting with Arafat was no more than a public relations exercise designed to placate the Arab world. It served to disguise Blairs support for the Zionist project and his role as Ariel Sharons closest ally in Europe." (John Pilger, New Statesman, January 14, 2002, p.17). At the time this criticism seemed overly harsh but, as it turns out, he was right. When Sharon launched his policy of persuading the world community to ostracize Arafat in order to prevent any further efforts being made towards a peace settlement in Palestine, Blair offered no resistance and simply followed Sharons orders. Pilger could see the direction in which Blairs policies were heading from the fact that Blair was arming the Likudniks to slaughter Palestinians. "Shortly after his election in 1997, Blair shamelessly appointed a friend, Michael Levy, a wealthy Jewish businessman who had fundraised for New Labour, as his "special envoy" in the Middle East, having first made him Lord Levy. Under Blair, British support for Israeli repression has accelerated. Last year alone, the government approved 91 arms export licenses to Israel .. " (John Pilger, New Statesman, January 14, 2002, p.17).
David Triesman, General Secretary of the Labour Party and a British Jew, complained about a number of points made in Pilgers article. He was particularly annoyed that Pilger suspected Lord Levys commitment to peace in the Middle East, "Saeb Erakat, the Palestinian chief negotiator, said recently: "Lord Levy is a friend of mine and his heart is very much in the peace process .. He is in favour of the establishment of a State of Palestine, on a negotiated basis, giving full security to the state of Israel." I never thought I would come to regard it (New Statesman) as anti-Semitic. But I do today." (David Triesman, New Statesman, January 21, 2002, p.36). It was easy for Blair and Levy to say they supported the creation of a Palestinian State to win support amongst Arab governments and Arab peoples but when they refused to condemn Sharons preposterous criticisms of Arafat, which he made solely to sabotage peace efforts, their commitment was shown to be inconsequential. John Kampfner summarized Blairs bigotry in the following way. He .. "remained convinced, throughout the bloodshed of the past 18 months, of two things: that arafat could stop Palestinian violence if he wanted to, and that, even under Sharon, Palestinians could achieve an equitable solution." (John Kampfner, New Statesman, April 15, 2002, p.10-11).
Whilst touring the Middle East allegedly to contribute towards peace in the region, Blair had more or less committed himself to supporting Bushs invasion of Iraq which would lead not merely to the collapse of any peace efforts in Palestine but to the prospects of a regional war.
Blair appoints more Zionist Advisors on the Middle East
Blairs Jewish funders received even greater political influence over Britains foreign policies when Blair hired more Zionist advisors to boost the implementation of his Likudnik foreign policies. One of Blairs personal envoys was Robert Cooper - a prime advocate of condoning Jewish racism. "The orthodox casuistry among factotums, columnists and courtiers of the Washington regime is symbolised by Prime Minister Tony Blair's personal assistant for Foreign Affairs, ex-diplomat Robert Cooper, who writes openly: "We need to get used to the idea of double standards."" (Tariq Ali - Getting used to the idea of double standards The Independent, 15.9.2001).
Another of Blairs personal envoys was Charles Powell aka Lord Powell of Bayswater, a former foreign policy adviser to Margaret Thatcher. "Blair greeted Powell warmly as he entered his "den" at No 10. "Charles, I hear you have good relations with the Syrians," Blair said. "I'd very much like you to go to Damascus and talk to President [Bashar] Assad for us." Others lay the blame (for the failure of the second Middle East tour) on Powell, a surprise choice as an advance emissary, not least given the fact that Blair already has one "special envoy" to the Middle East in Lord Levy. Cabinet sources say the reason Levy was overlooked was simple - he is "too associated with Israel". (David Cracknell The week it all went wobbly for the West, Sunday Times, 4.11.2001).
Adding weight to the Jewish domination of Blairs foreign policies was Ariel Sharon's former advisor, Daniel Bethlehem. "The British Foreign Office has appointed a controversial Israeli Government adviser to one of its most sensitive posts as head of the legal department. Advice from Daniel Bethlehem QC in 2002 to the then Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, led Israel to block a UN inquiry into the battle of Jenin. The Israeli refusal to cooperate was widely condemned at the time by various Human Rights organisations. Mr Bethlehem, who was Israel's external legal adviser, also took the lead for the Israeli Government at the International Court of Justice in The Hague in 2004 to defend the barrier being built along the West Bank. Israel lost the case." (Ewen MacAskill Israel adviser switches to top FO job http://www.guardian.co.uk/israel/Story/0,,1725156,00.html March 7, 2006).
Labours Zionist Supporters
It needs to be emphasized that Jewish donations alone would not have been enough in themselves to buy changes in Blairs foreign policies. They needed external political support to enable them to produce Jewish policies. They needed a Jewish owned media to keep quiet about the corruption entailed by the Jewish cash for Jewish policies. Just imagine how the Jewish dominated media would have gone ballistic about corruption in the Labour Government if a wealthy Palestinian had given Blair £30 million to promote Palestinians human rights. Jewish donations also needed Jewish activists within the Labour Party to help popularize Likudnik ideas within the Labour Party. "Labour Friends Of Israel seeks to promote a strong bilateral relationship between Britain and Israel. We work with the Government, Parliamentarians, advisers, and activists throughout the Labour Movement. LFI also strengthens the bond between the British and Israeli Labour parties, organising meetings in both countries between senior figures, officials and the grassroots. We are fundamentally sympathetic to Israels position as a liberal democracy facing constant security dilemmas and existential threats. But we are not uncritical. Positive engagement with all sections of the Israeli political spectrum is important, as is an effective working relationship with Palestinian representatives. We are friends of both an Israel, secure and at peace with her neighbours, and of a viable and democratic Palestine. (http://www.lfi.org.uk) (See, There Is No Israel Lobby http://www.mpacuk.org/content/view/2727/34/ September 23 2006). Without these activists, it would have been much more difficult for Blair to have promoted Likudnik policies. And, finally, Jewish money would not have been able to buy Jewish policies if it wasnt for the fact that Britains radicals have refused to protest about this form of corruption. In turn, this silence allows the Jewish dominated media to remain silent about this issue. It allows Jewish activists within the Labour Party to continue promoting Jewish racism. One of the main reasons for radicals silence is that many of them are Jews who, despite their radicalism, are loyal to the JOS no matter how awful its racism and barbaric warmongering. The political corruption of Jewish cash for Jewish policies is possible only in a society which has been indoctrinated into opposing all forms of racism whilst consenting to what is, at present, the most extreme and virulent form of racism around the world, Jewish racism.
The Quantities of Jewish Cash propping up the Labour Party
Over the last decade or so, wealthy Jews have provided the Labour Party with huge sums of money. A number of figures have been quoted.
The Labour government has received £12million in donations from David Sainsbury, another £2million in loans from Sainsbury. Lord Levy raised £32 m in loans to enable the Labour Party to fight the 1997, 2001, and 2005, General Elections. Lord Sainsbury decided to step down from his position within the Labour Government after the controversy erupted. "Lord Sainsbury resigns (November 10 2006) as Science Minister but says that his decision is for personal reasons and has nothing to do with the inquiry." ('Cash-for-honours' timeline http://politics.guardian.co.uk/funding/story/0,,1972222,00.html February 1, 2007).
"Lord Levy is one of the most important fundraisers for the Labour Party and Tony Blair's unofficial envoy to the Middle East. Levy was in charge of donations to the 'private trust' which funded Tony Blair's office before the 1997 election (which reached £7 million), and is now the chief fundraiser for the 'high value' donors account at the Labour Party, along with his deputy Amanda Delew (who worked with him at Jewish Care). He is reported to have raised £12 million for the 'high value' fund before the 1997 election, becoming known as 'Mr Cashpoint'. Straight after the election he was given a peerage." (Red Star Research http://www.red-star-research.org.uk/subframe1.html).
Lord Levy, the Prime Minister's chief personal fundraiser who helped arrange many of the £14m of loans from a dozen businessmen, is among three people arrested and bailed during the inquiry." (Christopher Adams Police close to quizzing Blair in cash-for-peerages probe http://www.ft.com/cms/s/55a80fa4-6f98-11db-ab7b-0000779e2340.html November 9 2006).
Blair uses Moslems as a Smokescreen to cover up the arrest of his Jewish Funder
Blair is such a cynical, devious, and unscrupulous politician that the day after Lord Levy was arrested for a second time, Tuesday January 31, 2007, Blair pushed the police into mounting a massive raid to arrest a number of Moslems alleged to have been involved in yet another terror plot. The intention was clearly to try and provide a public smokescreen for Levy's latest arrest. Blair didnt want his Likudnik financier to be splashed all over the front pages because this might make the British public suspect that Jewish donors were financing the Labour Governments Likudnik foreign policies. "One of the nine men arrested last week in connection with an alleged terrorism plot in Britain has claimed the operation was designed to distract attention from the cash-for-honours inquiry. Abu Bakr and another of the suspects were both released yesterday, while police have until tomorrow to question the other seven detainees. However, the two men released yesterday say the police never mentioned any such plot during seven days of interrogation." (Arrests 'designed to distract attention from Blair probe' http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/article13409571.ece?startindex=-1 February 08, 2007).
What comes Round
One of Blairs strongest cards in the run up to Labours first General Election success was his criticisms of the sleaze afflicting the Tory Party. How ironic then that Blair is leaving office with this sleaze hanging around his neck.
Blairs refusal to leave office is making the Labour Party more and more unpopular. It suffered heavy electoral losses the Local Elections of 2006 and even bigger losses are predicted for those to be held this year. And yet Blair refuses to leave office to save the popularity of his party. He seems to believe that since he made Labour popular enough to become elected in 1997 then hes entitled to pursue his Likudnik agenda even if it means destroying his partys popularity and his countrys popularity around the rest of the world.
Price Charles and wife light the Jewish chandelier, the hanukkah