One of the many reasons why we are subjected continuously to “Holocaust” presentations from the largely Jewish-controlled mass media is because this material is designed to distract us from, or feel guilty about, recollecting the atrocities perpetrated in 1946/1948 by the Zionists in Palestine against its indigenous people and also, let us not forget, against British servicemen acting on a League of Nations/United Nations mandate to try and preserve order in the area.
Indeed, atrocities against the Palestinians continue until the present day, and in recent years have intensified, which explains the concomitant intensification of the media’s “Holocaust” output.
Margaret Thatcher is dead. Margaret Hilda Roberts was born to a lower middle class family in Grantham in 1925. She won a scholarship to a private school, and subsequently studied chemistry at Oxford.
In 1959 she became the MP for Finchley, and was apparently a popular figure in the local Jewish community. In the early 1970s, she was the Secretary of State for Education, and in that capacity she allowed hundreds of perfectly good grammar schools to close down and be replaced by comprehensives. She was apparently unmoved by the fact that grammar schools had for many years provided a route out of the slums for bright children.
What is the truth about the religion of Islam? This is the religion followed by more than a billion people worldwide, which has an ongoing connection with acts of terror, and which was allegedly founded fourteen hundred years ago by a warmongering rapist called Muhammad.
I aim to address two important questions:
1 - Does Islam preach belligerence?
2 - Was the Prophet Muhammad really a paedophile? (The question concerns his marriage to Aisha, the favourite among his wives.)
The 1st of April saw the introduction of the so-called Bedroom Tax, which I have already covered. Another benefit change which has just come into effect is the abolition of council tax benefit and its replacement with council tax support.
This change, which has so far received very little press coverage, means that the assistance available to a person in receipt of benefits will vary from place to place. Previously the government set the rules for council tax benefits, which were then implemented by councils around the country. From now on though, it is for each local authority to determine its own plan of assistance for people on benefits.
I hope, as I am sure you do as well, that Britain will soon have a nationalist party that can win elections, unlike the tadpoles we have at the moment. What I am not prepared to do is predict what that party will be. A small political party can grow in size, just as a large party can lose members.