When Two Tribes Go to War

Max Musson
Western Spring
August 12, 2014

The Jewish Community Trust became involved with setting up advisory groups for Muslims after the death of Lee Rigby.

It is well understood that the social dynamics of all multiracial and multicultural societies drive ethnic minorities to organise in their own interests, and where societies are transitioning from an originally homogenous state towards multiculturalism, the actions of organised minorities inevitably militate against the interests of the original host community. Furthermore, host communities that do not respond by organising to prevent the undermining of their ethnic interests, and ethnic minorities that do not so organise, lose out in competition for finite resources, becoming impoverished and marginalized by those that do.

In Britain there are now a multitude of organised ethnic minority communities, and it is clear that certain of these have learned the value of collaboration against any attempts by we indigenous British — who are still the ethnic majority – to reassert our primacy of place in this our ethnic homelend.

Evidence of such collaboration can be seen in the assistance given to the Muslim community by organised Jewry.

In the aftermath of the murder of off-duty British soldier Lee Rigby last year, it was feared that there might be a violent backlash against Muslims and there were reports that the Jewish ‘Community Security Trust’ (CST) had become involved in advising Muslim groups regarding the security of their religious and community buildings. I also reported earlier this year that advice had been given to the Muslim community in setting up an organisation equivalent to the CST, that would campaign in the interests of Muslims, including the gathering of ‘evidence’ of so-called ‘hate crimes’ with which to defame we indigenous British. Indeed, I was able to report that this new Muslim organisation, called ‘Tell Mama’, has as its co-chairman, one Richard Benson, a Jew, who until last year had been the chief executive of the CST.

However, one of the features of the creeping multiculturalisation of Britain has been the tendency of ethnic minorities to bring with them old enmities from their ethnic homelands and there have for example been sporadic outbreaks of hostility between Somalian and Ethiopian immigrants, as yet still relatively insignificant ethnic minorities in terms of their level of organisation.

On a more serious level, and one that is far more instructive in terms of our struggle for the freedom and self-determination of the British people, has been the way in which the current hostilities in Gaza have begun to strain relations between the Jewish and Muslim communities, undoing some of the work they have done in recent years in order to advance their mutual ethnic interests through collaboration.

Sayeeda Warsi with David Cameron at a holohoax promotion.

The recent comments of Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, an ethnic Pakistani and a Muslim, accompanying her resignation from the Tory cabinet, have been most instructive for anyone doubting the existence of a powerful ‘Israeli lobby’ or ‘Jewish lobby’ at the heart of government.

In statements to Channel 4 News explaining her resignation, Sayeeda Warsi has criticised David Cameron and George Osborne for failing to raise enough concerns with Israel regarding their bombing of Gaza. Warsi directed her anger at George Osborne in particular after he had stated that her resignation over the government’s position on Gaza was “disappointing and frankly unnecessary”.

When asked about Osborne’s comments, she said: “George is a very good friend of the Israeli government and therefore he, more than anybody else, should have been saying quite frankly to the Israeli government that what you are doing is not in your interest. This is probably the biggest single act of self-harm that the Israeli government has done over the last few years.

“What he should have been saying to the Israeli government is that it is unnecessary for you to kill innocent civilians, to displace a quarter of the Gazan population, for you to flatten schools, hospitals and power supplies and water supplies to achieve your ends. Had George done that, I agree with him that it would not have been necessary for me to resign.”

One of Warsi’s major points of concern has apparently been David Cameron’s refusal to say that Israeli action in Gaza has been “disproportionate”.

She stated: “I think for me it’s morally indefensible where after four weeks of a conflict more than a quarter of the Gazan population displaced, nearly 2,000 people killed, more than 400 innocent children killed, we still cannot find the words to say, we condemn this and we feel this action has been disproportionate. These issues are too serious for us to be mealy-mouthed and for us to be dragging our heels.”

George Osbourne with a Black whore and a line of white powder.

According to the Independent newspaper, Lady Warsi revealed that senior foreign office officials and ministers were overruled by David Cameron who decided that the Government would not take a stronger line on Israel’s incursion into Gaza. She suggested that senior Tory figures may have been overly influenced by pro-Israeli lobbying groups such as Conservative Friends of Israel.

“What does concern me is that when you have senior officials and you have ministers within the Foreign Office saying we are in the wrong place on this policy, yet somehow that view is not being reflected. I certainly don’t think the decisions were being made in the Foreign Office.”

She went on to say: “One of the advantages we have in the Conservative Party is that the relationships between the Israeli government and the leadership of the Conservative Party is incredibly close. People like George Osborne and Michael Gove are very, very close to the Israeli leadership. What is the point of having that relationship if you can’t use it to move them to a position which is in their interest and our interest?”

Warsi said the lobbying operation by Israel was “incredibly effective” and raised questions over the influence of party donors.

“I don’t blame the [pro-Israel] lobby, I blame the politicians. If you are not capable of being able to decipher between lobbying and fact, and if we are incapable of politicians to see both sides of the argument, then that’s a fault that we have.”

She added: “I sincerely hope that how the Tory party raises its funds does not have an impact in relation to its policy in government. The national interest should never be subject to the chequebooks of anybody.”

Clearly, in the mind of Sayeeda Warsi, there is great influence exercised by the ‘Israeli lobby’ over government policy in this country. Clearly also, she believes that influence is most keenly exercised through donations made to the Conservative party by Jewish donors in this country and I imagine that if she were entirely honest, she would admit that there is cause for similar concern regarding the increasingly large donations made to the Conservative Party by wealthy  Muslims.

‘Tell Mama’ quickly produced this after the death of Lee Rigby. 74% of their ‘Anti-Muslim Incidents’ were just mild online criticism.