Tabitha Korol
May 28, 2012
The United Kingdom, united against...
By Tabitha Korol

Tesco Direct, a United Kingdom supermarket has conformed to labeling produce imported from the West Bank, by Palestinians or "settlers," in accordance with the British government's official, but non-binding, recommendation of 2009. In keeping with age-old Judeophobia (including 400 years of Jewish banishment, and England's blocking entry to Jews returning from the Holocaust), England seems to have joined a financial, existential war against Israel. The sharia-compliant unite in the non-violent boycott urged by a pro-totalitarian entity against a thriving, productive and charitable democracy.

The UK appears to have acquiesced to ignoring the legal boundaries that were established for Israel and uses armistice lines from a war that the Arabs began, but lost. The Green Line, neither an international nor permanent border, is an armistice line, marking positions held by both sides when the final truce was called at the end of the 1948 war, and remained so because Arab leaders refused to negotiate final border lines. The Oslo Accords called for, among other things, Israelis and Palestinians to negotiate a final border between the State of Israel and a future Palestinian state but, to date, these outstanding issues remain unresolved. For England or the EU to take it upon themselves to force the Palestinian position on the sovereign State of Israel appears to be an act of aggression. The Jews' right to settle the land is "a legal right assured by treaty and specifically protected by Article 80 of the UN Charter.
  • It was not because Palestinians came from Palestine, because there was no geopolitical entity called Palestine, no Arab nation with historical roots on this soil, and since the first century, Palestine was always associated with the Jews.

  • It was not because Palestinian land was stolen from Palestinians, because they never existed as a people and only took the name (1967) to link themselves to the land so as to establish credibility in conquest. Palestine was always home to Jews, and the Palestinian Brigade that helped England during WW II was entirely Jewish; the Arabs fought on the side of Nazis.

  • It is not because the Palestinians covet statehood and were denied, because they refused to accept the land apportioned them, rather hoping to appropriate Israel's land as well.

  • It is not because they'd lost their land, but because they lost the war when five Arab armies attacked the newly established State of Israel — and lost the war they began in 1967, and no leader came forward to establish peace with Israel.

  • It is not because they are the indigenous people who were exiled, because the Jews are the indigenous people and the Arabs want control over the entire Middle East — and Europe, and England, and America, and Asia, etc.

  • It is not because this one Jewish state, Israel, is land-grabbing, because Israel has seven million people on 8,000 square miles of land compared to 1.5 billion Muslims, a majority in 50 countries on over 5 million square miles of land.

  • It is not because the Arabs of Israel are a persecuted minority, because they are 20% of Israel's citizens and live better in Israel than their counterparts in Arab-ruled countries, where they are persecuted by their own religious doctrines and their leaders. Under Israel's administration of the territories, Arabs' lives improved remendously, from developed infrastructure, to expanded schools and universities, to opening 100+ health clinics, to growing employment, to a soaring life expectancy. The PA took over in 1994–18 years ago!

  • It is not because Palestinians would be a democratic state if allowed statehood, because in the entire world, there is not one single democratic Arab state — all are tyrannies in varying degrees.

  • It is not because Israel rules Gaza because Israel does not occupy Gaza, so that now Gazans are free to fire rockets at Israel daily — and the West Bank is controlled by terrorist Hamas.

  • And it has nothing to do with "settlements," as this is housing for Israel's citizens on legally-owned Israeli land, and the Arabs began the war long before Israel was founded and longer before there were "settlements."
I believe England has bowed as low as possible to Islam, from the moment that the Archbishop of Canterbury esteemed Sharia law equal to the laws of the land, and the new immigrants need not respect England's decrees, could qualify for entitlements and support, and would be free to bring violence to the streets.

The latest news: England's Guardian has declared Tel Aviv to be Israel's capital, not Jerusalem! If the UK allows Islam to put Israel asunder, whether by force or stealth/economics, then the British Isles will also be doomed.

Winston Chuchill wrote (1920), "We owe to the Jews a system of ethics which, even if it were entirely separated from the supernatural, would be incomparably the most precious possession of mankind worth in fact the fruits of all wisdom and learning put together," and he admitted the "disgrace that no senior member of the Royal family has ever undertaken an official visit to Israel although the Queen has made 250 official visits to 129 countries in the region"

England, with the help of the BBC, other liberal media, and the companies that refuse to stand for honor and integrity when confronted with the demands of evil, has joined the Islamic war machine — and is now experiencing financial and moral bankruptcy. Islamists did not come to the West to escape their bondage, but to impose their bondage on the free, by first blinding us with their unsubstantiated, unjustified charges designed to demonize Israel, destroy her economy, and undermine all our freedoms.

It may not be long before the country and the song, "There'll always be an England" will be relegated to the annals of oblivion.

© Tabitha Korol

 

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Tabitha Korol

Tabitha Korol began her political writing letters to the editor after her retirement, and earned an award from CAMERA (Committee on Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America) "in recognition of outstanding letter-writing in 2009 to promote fair and factual reporting about Israel." She was cited as one of America's modern-day, articulate, patriotic women in Frederick William Dame's Three American Fur Hat Fighters for Freedom.

Her essays appear on Arutz Sheva, Conservative News and Views, Dr. Swier, Grumpy Opinions, IsraelNewsTalkRadio, Israel's Voice, Jewish Press, JewishVoiceNY, New Media Journal, RenewAmerica, Tea Party Express, WebCommentary, Western Free Press and others. She revised David Silberman's book of Holocaust survivors' accounts for publication, and proofreads/edits for a monthly city newsletter.

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