Archive | May 6, 2015

The List of Israel’s Agents within British Politics*

The List of Israel’s Agents within British Politics*

Why would an ultra-Zionist group release a list of their U.K. agents unless they felt over-confident about doing so?

By Gilad Atzmon

Ahead of Election Day tomorrow, the ultra Zionist published its list of Sabbos Goyim operating within British politics.

“With Polling Day in the General Election this Thursday, here is a list of all the parliamentary candidates who have sent positive replies to the Fairness for Israel Charter,” the Zionist outlet informed its followers.

Our British candidates agree, for example that, “boycotts against Israel in any sphere must be opposed.”  The shameless British parliamentary candidates listed below are willing to sacrifice freedom of expression to please their paymasters; agreeing that the “democratic State of Israel is not an ‘apartheid state’ and must not be described as one.”  The Zionist outlet explains;

“It is noted that every (Israeli) citizen has the right to vote and discrimination based on race, religion or sexuality is illegal.”

But We Believe in Israel fails to mention a basic crucial fact. Millions of indigenous Palestinians living within areas controlled by Israel and subject to Israeli oppression are not entitled to be citizens let alone vote. And why? Because they are not ‘racially’ qualified.

This extensive list reveals that British politics is in urgent need of a major overhaul. It must cleanse itself of the corrosive influence of a very dangerous foreign Lobby. The list reveals that Zionist corruption has planted its roots in pretty much every British parliamentary party. This fact alone may help to explain why Brits have lost interest in their politics and do not believe their political parties.  No matter who you vote for, at the end of the day, it is the Jewish Lobby that calls the shots.

The List:

Constituency                                   Candidate                             Party

Aberconwy                                        Guto Bebb                             Conservative

Aberconwy                                        Mary Wimbury                      Labour

Aldridge Brownhills                         Ian Garrett                             Lib Dem

Banbury                                             John Howson                       Lib Dem

Barrow & Furness                            Simon Fell                            Conservative

Battersea                                           Jane Ellison                         Conservative

Beaconsfield                                    Dominic Grieve                    Conservative

Belfast South                                    Rodney McCune                 UUP

Bexhill & Battle                                 Geoffrey Bastin                    UKIP

Birkenhead                                       Clark Vasey                          Conservative

Blackpool South                              Peter Wood                           Conservative

Bognor Regis & Littlehampton      Francis Oppler                      Lib Dem

Bolsover                                            Peter Bedford                       Conservative

Bolton West                                      Chris Green                          Conservative

Bournemouth East                          Tobias Ellwood                     Conservative

Bournemouth East                          David Hughes                      UKIP

Bournemouth East                          Peter Stokes                         Labour

Bournemouth West                         Conor Burns                         Conservative

Bradford West                                   Celia Hickson                       Green

Braintree                                            Matthew Klesel                     Lib Dem

Brent Central                                    Stephen Priestly                  UKIP

Brigg & Goole                                   Andrew Percy                       Conservative

Brighton Kemptown                        Paul Chandler                      Lib Dem

Brighton Pavilion                             Nick Yeomans                      Independent

Burnley                                              Sarah Cockburn-Price        Conservative

Bury North                                         Richard Baum                      Lib Dem

Bury North                                         David Nuttall                         Conservative

Bury South                                        Daniel Critchlow                  Conservative

Bury South                                        Ivan Lewis                             Labour

Carlisle                                              Lorraine Birchall                  Lib Dem

Carmarthen W & S Pembs             Selwyn Runnett                   Lib Dem

Carshalton & Wallington                Ashley Dickenson               Christian People’s Alliance

Chatham & Aylesford                      Tristan Osborne                   Labour

Cheadle                                             Shaun Hopkins                    UKIP

Chelmsford                                       Simon Burns                         Conservative

Chingford & Woodford Green       Iain Duncan-Smith              Conservative

Chippenham                                    Michelle Donelan                Conservative

Chipping Barnet                              Victor Kaye                            UKIP

Chipping Barnet                              Theresa Villiers                    Conservative

Christchurch                                     Christopher Chope              Conservative

Cleethorpes                                      Martin Vickers                      Conservative

Corby                                                 Jonathan Hornett                Green

Corby                                                 Tom Pursglove                    Conservative

Crawley                                             Henry Smith                         Conservative

Dudley South                                   Mike Wood                            Conservative

Ealing Central & Acton                   Rupa Huq                             Labour

East Antrim                                       Sammy Wilson                     DUP

East Belfast                                       Gavin Robinson                  DUP

East Devon                                       Stuart Mole                           Lib Dem

East Ham                                           David Thorpe                      Lib Dem

East Kilbride, Strathaven & L         Lisa Cameron                     SNP

Eastbourne                                       Paul Howard                        Independent

Edinburgh North & Leith                Alan Melville                        UKIP

Enfield North                                    Cara Jenkinson                   Lib Dem

Epping Forest                                   Eleanor Laing                     Conservative

Epping Forest                                   Mark Wadsworth                 Young People’s Party

Erith & Thamesmead                      Sidney Cordle                     Christian People’s Alliance

Exeter                                                 Dom Morris                         Conservative

Finchley & Golders Green             Jonathan Davies                 Lib Dem

Finchley & Golders Green             Mike Freer                             Conservative

Finchley & Golders Green             Richard King                         UKIP

Finchley & Golders Green             Sarah Sackman                   Labour

Folkestone & Hythe                         Claire Jeffrey                        Labour

Grantham & Stamford                     Barrie Fairbairn                    Labour

Hammersmith                                   Millicent Scott                       Lib Dem

Hammersmith                                   Richard Wood                      UKIP

Hampstead & Kilburn                      Maajid Nawaz                      Lib Dem

Hampstead & Kilburn                      Magnus Neilson                  UKIP

Hampstead & Kilburn                      Tulip Siddiq                          Labour

Hampstead & Kilburn                      Simon Marcus                      Conservative

Harborough, Oadby & Wigston     Edward Garnier                    Conservative

Harrow East                                      Bob Blackman                      Conservative

Harwich & North Essex                  Mark Hughes                        UKIP

Hemel Hempstead                           Howard Koch                       UKIP

Hemsworth                                        Martin Roberts                     Yorkshire First

Hendon                                             Andrew Dismore                  Labour

Hendon                                             Raymond Shamash             UKIP

Hertford & Stortford                          Michael Green                      Lib Dem

Hertsmere                                          Oliver Dowden                     Conservative

Horsham                                            Martyn Davis                         Labour

Horsham                                            Jeremy Quin                         Conservative

Hove                                                   Graham Cox                         Conservative

Ilford North                                        Lee Scott                               Conservative

Ilford North                                        Wes Streeting                       Labour

Ipswich                                              Chika Akinwale                    Lib Dem

Islington South & Finsbury            Pete Muswell                        UKIP

Kingston & Surbiton                        James Berry                          Conservative

Lagan Valley                                     Alan Love                              UKIP

Lagan Valley                                    Trevor Lunn                          Alliance

Leeds North East                             Fabian Hamilton                  Labour

Leeds North East                             Warren Hendon                   UKIP

Leeds North East                             Simon Wilson                       Conservative

Leeds North West                            Greg Mulholland                  Lib Dem

Leicester East                                   Susanna Steptoe                 UKIP

Lewisham East                                 Heidi Alexander                   Labour

Liverpool Wavertree                        Luciana Berger                    Labour

Livingston                                         Charles Dundas                  Lib Dem

Loughborough                                 Steve Coltman                      Lib Dem

Louth & Horncastle                         Victoria Atkins                      Conservative

Manchester Withington                  Mark Davies                          UKIP

Meon Valley                                      Dave Alexander                   UKIP

Mid Norfolk                                        Anna Coke                            UKIP

Mid Sussex                                       Toby Brothers                       UKIP

Mitcham & Morden                          Richard Hilton                      UKIP

Newbury                                            Catherine Anderson           UKIP

Newcastle-upon-Tyne East           Nick Brown                           Labour

Newcastle-upon-Tyne North         Violet Rook                           North East Party

North Antrim                                     Jayne Dunlop                       Alliance

North Antrim                                     Ian Paisley Jnr                     DUP

North Belfast                                     Nigel Dodds                          DUP

North East Fife                                 Huw Bell                                Conservative

North East Fife                                 Tim Brett                                Lib Dem

North West Hampshire                   Andrew Adams                     Labour

Nottingham South                           Tony Sutton                          Lib Dem

Penistone & Stocksbridge              Graeme Waddicar                UKIP

Penrith & The Border                      Neil Hughes                         Lib Dem

Plymouth Sutton & Devonport      Oliver Colville                       Conservative

Poplar & Limehouse                       Elaine Bagshaw                  Lib Dem

Portsmouth North                            John Ferrett                          Labour

Redditch                                            Karen Lumley                       Conservative

Richmond Park                                Andree Frieze                       Green

Richmond Park                                Zac Goldsmith                      Conservative

Richmond Park                                Sam Naz                                UKIP

Richmond Park                                Robin Meltzer                       Lib Dem

Rochester & Strood                         Kelly Tolhurst                       Conservative

Romsey & Southampton North     Ben Nicholls                         Lib Dem

Ross, Skye & Lochaber                  Philip Anderson                   UKIP

Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner         Gerrard Barry                        UKIP

Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner         Michael Borio                       Labour

Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner         Nick Hurd                              Conservative

Sheffield Hallam                              Ian Walker                             Conservative

Sheffield Heeley                              Howard Denby                     UKIP

Somerton & Frome                          Alan Dimmick                       UKIP

South Belfast                                    Paula Bradshaw                  Alliance

South Cambridgeshire                   Sebastian Kindersley          Lib Dem

South Northamptonshire                Tom Snowdon                      Lib Dem

South West Surrey                          Jeremy Hunt                         Conservative

Stockport                                           Daniel Hamilton                   Conservative

Stockton South                                Ted Strike                              UKIP

Stone                                                 Martin Lewis                         Lib Dem

Stangford                                          Jim Shannon                        DUP

Stratford-on-Avon                            Elizabeth Adams                  Lib Dem

Stratford-on-Avon                            Nadhim Zahawi                   Conservative

Surrey Heath                                   Laween Atroshi                    Labour

Tatton                                                 Stuart Hutton                       UKIP

Tooting                                               Dan Watkins                        Conservative

Vale of Glamorgan                          David Paul Morgan             Lib Dem

Wallasey                                            Chris Clarkson                     Conservative

Warrington North                             Sarah Hayes                         Green

Warrington South                            Nick Bent                               Labour

Warwick & Leamington                   Chris White                           Conservative

West Worcestershire                       Julian Roskams                   Green

Wimbledon                                        Stephen Hammond             Conservative

Witham                                              Priti Patel                               Conservative

Witham                                              Garry Cockrill                        UKIP

Woking                                              Chris Took                             Lib Dem

Worsley & Eccles South                 Iain Lindley                           Conservative

Wythenshawe & Sale East            Victor Chamberlain             Lib Dem

Ynys Mon                                          Nathan Gill                            UKIP


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Student Debt Strikers Cancel Meeting With Dept. Of Education*

Student Debt Strikers Cancel Meeting With Dept. Of Education*

By David Dayen

Organizers of a student debt strike cancelled a planned meeting with the Department of Education on Monday, believing it would be used as a “publicity stunt” to announce new rules, placing what they consider a heavy burden on student debtors contesting fraudulently issued loans.

“They’re using us so they can pretend to care about students,” said Laura Hanna, an organizer with the Debt Collective, which has helped assemble a group of over 100 students from the Corinthian network of for-profit colleges who are refusing to pay back their loans.

The Corinthian 100 wants the Education Department to forgive all loans made to Corinthian students, through a clause in student loan contracts that allows borrowers to make a “defense to repayment” if they believe they were defrauded. The Education Department has broad authority to make such debt discharges automatic if the fraud was systemic.

Debt strikers have been bolstered by multiple state and federal investigations into Corinthian, for pressuring students into enrolling and taking out loans based on falsified job prospects, and illegally collecting debt. Corinthian, which operated Everest, Wyotech and Heald Colleges, based their business model on $1.4 billion annually from federal financial aid, the source of 85% of its revenue.

The legal pressure forced Corinthian to sell off most of their campuses to ECMC, primarily a debt collector, in a deal brokered by the government. The Education Department fined Corinthian $30 million just two weeks ago, denying several campuses in California participation in federal student loan programs. A week later, Corinthian shut down their thirty remaining campuses across the country.

The Education Department met with Debt Collective organizers a month ago to discuss blanket relief for all Corinthian students, promising to work on a solution and reconvene with Education Secretary Arne Duncan on Monday. But prior to that, organizers got word from sources in Congress and the legal community that the Education Department planned to announce at that meeting an individualized defense-to-repayment process. Under the proposal, students would have to prove their specific injury in order to qualify for having their loan discharged, and submit this to a third party hired by the Education Department.

The Corinthian 100 believes this forces students to hire lawyers and run an investigation that has already been proven by enforcement actions the Education Department and others have taken against Corinthian.

“They have the proof, and there’s more every day,” said Tasha Courtright, one of the original Corinthian debt strikers from an Everest University campus in Ontario, California.

If the Education Department did forgive all Corinthian loans, they would take a financial hit estimated at $214 million. They could try to recoup losses from Corinthian, but the company just closed its doors. So debt strikers suspect the Department is purposely creating this arduous individual process to keep students from discharging their loans, minimizing the impact on their bottom line.

“The plan is designed to prevent rather than facilitate justice for students,” the Debt Collective said in a statement.

Events at Courtright’s Ontario campus last week gave credence to the suggestion that the Education Department wants to block debt relief. Everest Ontario Metro was one of the thirty campuses, serving 16,000 students, which closed last Monday. Federal law states that students matriculating at colleges that shut down can apply to discharge their debt and start over, no questions asked.

But multiple sources reported that a representative of the Education Department berated students, and encouraged them to transfer credits to other for-profit colleges rather than obtain debt relief.

“The guy said you would be wasting two or three years of your life if you relieved the debt,” said Frances Hutchinson, a recent graduate of the school, who spoke with the representative last week.

And if you decided not to pay, he said we’ll put a lien on your house, a lien on your car, garnish your wages and take your Social Security check if you still owe.” Laura Hanna with the Debt Collective described the pressure as

“the same as the admissions process into these for-profit colleges.”

When asked about defense to repayment, the Education Department representative allegedly told students that he didn’t know what that was.

“I said, I talked to your boss about it a few weeks ago,” said Tasha Courtright, one of the debt strikers.

“He said, all we’re allowed to tell students is what’s on this piece of paper.” The representative would not give Courtright his name.

Even with a transfer, it’s unclear whether an education connected to Corinthian is worth anything. Recent Corinthian graduates report that their diplomas are effectively valueless.

“My degree is as a paralegal. I was told by three attorneys, if you came to me looking for a job with that degree, you can forget it,” said Everest Ontario graduate Frances Hutchinson, who is $33,000 in debt from her education.

Other graduates have talked of potential homelessness, because they cannot find work in their fields with a Corinthian degree.

Other for-profit colleges have prowled shut-down Corinthian campuses over the last week, attempting to lure students into transferring. The Education Department essentially blessed this by listing a number of for-profit colleges on their website as “viable transfer opportunities.” Some of those for-profit colleges are themselves under investigation for similar predatory tactics. Corinthian claims to be “trying to arrange partnerships” so students could complete their education, but credit transfers are unlikely to be recognized by universities other than for-profit career colleges.

“Our hope is that we can slow down this process,” said Laura Hanna of the Debt Collective.

Over a dozen congressional Democrats and nine state attorneys general have appealed to the Education Department to discharge loans for Corinthian students. Thirty-three organizations led by Americans for Financial Reform sent a letter demanding blanket debt relief to the Education Department last Friday. The Corinthian 100 planned to meet with these allies in the coming weeks to discuss next steps. The Education Department has thus far refused to announce what they have planned for the defense-to-repayment process.

The Debt Collective believes the Education Department wanted to use them to bolster their public relations image.

“It’s insulting to watch this so-called ‘regulatory body’ publicize that it cares about us while allowing the entities they are truly aligned with to bleed us dry,” said Paul Hicks, a Corinthian 100 member from Texas.

Added debt striker Tasha Courtright,

“I felt that I could trust my college because they were endorsed by the government, and now I feel like my government is responsible for what has happened to us.”


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Why Would a Famed Artiste for Speaking the Truth want to Perform in Israel?*

Court Order: The Re-Education of Lauryn Hill for Speaking the Truth!

After mounting pressure from an international boycott campaign, the legendary hip-hop artist announced she would cancel a planned performance in Israel.

Grammy-winning rapper and R&B singer Lauryn Hill announced Monday the cancellation of her scheduled performance in Tel Aviv, following an international campaign urging Hill to boycott Israel over its policies towards Palestine.

More than 11,000 people asked Hill to cancel via petition, while activists made creative songs and videos encouraging Ms. Hill to cancel her show in Israel, especially in light of the brutal Israeli offensive in Gaza that killed over 2,000 people.

In a statement published via her Facebook page, Hill did not directly attribute the cancellation to pressure from activists who organized the campaign, citing logistical complications instead.

“When deciding to play the region, my intention was to perform in both Tel Aviv and Ramallah. Setting up a performance in the Palestinian Territory, at the same time as our show in Israel, proved to be a challenge,” read the statement.

Ms. Lauryn Hill

Musician/Band · 1,272,184 Likes

Dear Friends and Fans in Israel,

When deciding to play the region, my intention was to perform in both Tel Aviv and Ramallah. Setting up a performance in the Palestinian Territory, at the same time as our show in Israel, proved to be a challenge. I’ve wanted very much to bring our live performance to this part of the world, but also to be a presence supporting justice and peace. It is very important to me that my presence or message not be misconstrued, or a source of alienat…ion to either my Israeli or my Palestinian fans. For this reason, we have decided to cancel the upcoming performance in Israel, and seek a different strategy to bring my music to ALL of my fans in the region. May healing, equanimity, and the openness necessary for lasting resolution and reconciliation come to this region and its people.

Ms. Lauryn Hill

Nevertheless, Palestine solidarity group, U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, praised Ms. Hill’s decision stating, “Now is the time to thank her [Lauryn Hill] to taking a stand for peace, justice, and equality.”

Stolen Beauty @BoycottAhava

#BDS Win! @MsLaurynHill canceled her gig in Israel. Thanks for supporting equality and justice!

Hill’s announcement comes two months after a group of 700 British artists including actors, musicians, writers, and visual artists signed a pledge to neither accept invitations nor funding from any institution linked to the Israeli government until Israel complies with the international law and principles of human rights .

The famed ex-Fugees superstar, regarded as one of Hip-Hop’s greatest talents, is no stranger to speaking out on current political events.

Last August, the hip-hop artist released a single titled, “Black Rage”, expressing her personal anger following the death of Michael Brown, an unarmed Black teenage boy shot six times by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.


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