HOPING AGAINST A HOPE
With the dawn of a New Year is there any reason to hope that it will see real progress on ending the conflict in and over
I can see only one reason. It’s in the fact that the Zionist state has become its own worst enemy. (Some will say thank goodness for that because with the Arab regimes as enemies,
It has long been my view that
When governments are complicit in Zionism’s crimes (more by default than design I say because they are terrified of offending Zionism too much), does it really matter what the peoples of the world think?
Yes, it does, but it’s really a question of numbers. In the Western world, governments are not going to change their approach to
When friends tell me I am naïve for believing that government policy could be changed by manifestations of people power, they rest their case on what happened in the UK when, under the leadership of the deluded Tony Blair, it was preparing to go to war in Iraq with the moronic “Dubya” Bush’s America.
Up to two million citizens of all faiths and none and all classes demonstrated against the idea of war. Blair and his government ignored them.
That’s true but it’s not the whole story. We now know from the accounts of some of Blair’s ministers at the time that the demonstration caused his government to “wobble”.
The conclusion that invites is surely this. If three or better still four million people had demonstrated against the war, Blair would have been obliged to say to Bush, “Sorry, George, I can’t do it.”
It really is a question of numbers.
The more we citizens become politically engaged in the struggle for justice, the less our governments will be able to dance to Zionism’s tune.
Alan Hart is a former ITN and BBC Panorama foreign correspondent who covered wars and conflicts wherever they were taking place in the world and specialized in the