The Establishment may have ‘forgotten’ about what took place between 1945 and 1948. But we haven’t ‘forgotten’ and we NEVER will.
For the first time in over fifty years Nationalists held an open air rally in Trafalgar Square. The event took place on August 1st and it passed off entirely peacefully– there were around 40 present - but it was blanked (unsurprisingly) by the mainstream media.
This unique rally was a non party, non partisan affair, arranged through the strictly neutral offices of the London Forum. It brought together Nationalists from many parties and none. Among those taking part were prominent figures of the National Front (both past and present).
What united them was the common desire of British Nationalists to remember the ‘forgotten’ victims of Zionist crimes & Zionist terrorism – the British servicemen and other servants of The Crown, killed or injured in Palestine, and in the UK, by agents of the Haganah, the Irgun and the Stern Gang between 1945 and 1948 (when Palestine was a British Mandate).
These atrocities include :
- The sadistic hanging - by piano wire - of two 20 year old British Army Sergeants, Mervyn Paice and Clifford Martin, in Netanya, Palestine on 31st July 1947.
- The bombing of the King David hotel, Jerusalem, which resulted in nearly 100 deaths, both military and civilian on 22nd July 1946.
- The assassination of Rex Farran - who was mistaken for his Brother Roy Farran, an high ranking and distinguished SAS anti - terrorist specialist - was killed by a letter bomb that was sent to his family home in May 1948
- The bombing of British Colonial Club in Trafalgar Square on March 7th 1947, which left many injured and maimed, and the cold-bloodied mass murder of over 100 Palestinian civilians including women and children at Deir Yassin on April 9th 1948.
We say ‘forgotten’, but ignored would be a better word. These crimes have been expunged from the history books by the dark forces who govern our affairs and who fear exposure to the truth.
After the rally, a successful in door meeting with speeches and film shows was held, and it was accompanied by demands that the Zionist zealots responsible for these appalling crimes – some of whom are still alive (and bragging) – be speedily be brought to justice.
A new organisation – Forgotten British Heroes Campaign – has been set up to continue this fight for justice. The event should become an annual one, and the meeting raised over £1,000 for a special fund to get things moving. Details about the organisation, the event, and the subsequent meeting have been posted on YouTube: (below)
It is nearly 70 years since these crimes took place, but it’s the FIRST time the victims have been publicly remembered. That says much about how history is taught in this country, and how the war dead are treated (and this was a WAR – albeit an undeclared one).
Without the 1917 Balfour Declaration there would have been no prospect of a Jewish homeland, and without Britain’s help in defeating Nazi Germany in 1945, there would have been no Palestine for the Zionists to inherit, and no State of Israel for them to create. For our kindness, aid and support to the Zionist cause, Britain only got back treachery, ingratitude and bloodshed in exchange.