Israel's Likely Coalition Partner Government Threatens Humanity
Israeli fascism threatens region and humanity.
by Stephen Lendman
Extremist Israel officials favor wealth, power, privilege and dominance. Tuesday's elections hardened fascism.
Palestinians have the greatest cross to bear. Jews have their own. Humanity very much is threatened. More on that below.
Expect occupation harshness to be worse than ever. Palestinians are blamed for Israeli crimes. World leaders target them.
On January 20, Electronic Intifada contributor Amena Saleem said Britain's Foreign Office blames Gazans "for bringing suffering on themselves." Doing so exposed its "one-sided view."
Identical letters were sent the Palestine Solidarity Campaign and PSC members. They advocate for "peace & justice for Palestinians."
They champion right over wrong. They support international rule of law principles. They deplore apartheid. They oppose all forms of racism.
Britain's Foreign Office turned truth on its head. It wasn't the first time. It blamed Palestinians for eight days of Israeli Pillar of Cloud mass murder.
It was premeditated naked aggression. Israel's hegemonic ambitions take precedence. Palestinian lives don't matter. Slow-motion genocide is official policy. It's been that way for decades.
UK Foreign Secretary William Hague pointed fingers the wrong way. Hamas bears "principle responsibility," he said. Self-defense is criminal, he suggested. What international law permits, Hague scorns.
Britain's rogue government does repeatedly. War criminals hold high office. Hague is one of the worst. He belongs in prison, not government.
He spuriously accused Iran. He said it partners with Hamas against Israel.
Barry Griffiths represents Britain's Foreign Office Near East Department. He addressed PCO and its members. He lied saying he'd "like to reassure (them) that the UK in no way seeks to take sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
Britain's done it for decades. Its 1917 Balfour Declaration made today's crisis possible. Instead of addressing what matters, Griffiths said: