The Centre For Social Cohesion – A Zionist Deception
On the BBC’s “Sunday Morning Live”, the director of “The Centre For Social Cohesion”, Douglas Murray, was wheeled out as an apologist for Israel.
The question was “David Cameron causes a stir by calling Gaza a “prison camp”. So is it time for a franker dialogue with the Jewish state? Or are we already too critical of Israel?”
Murray tried to defend Israel’s actions in Gaza, in particular coming out with the latest Zioinst propaganda about shopping malls and the “luxury” that Gaza’s inhabitants enjoy.
I agree with David Cameron’s words entirely. I would make just one slight correction. I would call Gaza a “concentration camp” just to make the similarity with the Nazis absolutely clear.
I can only assume that “The Centre For Social Cohesion” is Murray’s personal plaything. It surely cannot be a serious organisation. It is difficult to imagine anyone giving this joker any sort of responsible job. What more pompous and inaccurate title could there be for an organisation that he has anything to do with? He must have made it up himself.
It styles itself as “a non-partisan think-tank that studies issues related to community cohesion in the UK. Committed to the promotion of human rights, it is the first think-tank in the UK to specialise in studying radicalisation and extremism within Britain”.
What, with Douglas Murray as its director? How utterly, excruciatingly absurd. His attitudes are as far away from socially cohesive, non-partisan and promoting human rights as it is possible to imagine.
Can the name of this organisation or what it says about itself be covered by the Trades Descriptions Act?
What can right-thinking, honourable and truthful people do to defeat such deception?
Expose him and his organisation for the pariahs that they are. Complain to the BBC here and tell them that we are looking for truth on our televisions, not deception, propaganda and lies.
Written by Peter Reynolds
August 1, 2010 at 3:01 pm
Posted in Politics
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