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UK Labor Party suspends MP who said Israel ‘should be relocated to America,’ compared Israel to al-Qaeda

She should have apologized to America and al-Qaeda

UK Labor Party MP Naz Shah has been suspended, despite her groveling apologies, for anti-Israel Facebook posts from years ago.

No free speech for opponents of genocide

Once again the Rothschild Zionist bankers, who rule the West, and much of the rest, from their perch in the City of London, have sent a clear message: THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FREE SPEECH. IF YOU SPEAK OUT FORCEFULLY AGAINST THE GENOCIDE IN OCCUPIED PALESTINE, YOU  WILL NEVER WORK IN THIS TOWN AGAIN.

The Jerusalem Post reported:

In the Facebook post, in question, revealed by the website Guido Fawkes, Shah published a graphic on Facebook that suggests the “relocation” plan accompanied by the text “solution for the Israel-Palestine conflict.” The graphic shows a map of the United States with an inlaid outline of Israel pictured in the middle of the North American country.

The Zionist propaganda matrix claims this plan is somehow racist.

But which is more racist – millions of Zionist Jews invading Palestine and committing genocide against its inhabitants because “God gave us this land thousands of years ago,” or those same genocide perpetrators leaving peacefully and moving somewhere where they can live in harmony with their neighbors?

It is the supporters of the Jewish-Zionist invasion, occupation and ethnic cleansing of Palestine who are racists. They should be immediately forced to resign from positions of power and apologize profusely to the victims of the genocide they support, encourage, and facilitate. One could even argue that they should be tried for high crimes against humanity, convicted, and executed.

And if these genocide perpetrators insist on muzzling their critics, and free speech becomes impossible, then those who pick up the gun against them, and defend the Palestine genocide victims by any means necessary, will have full moral justification for their actions.

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” – John F. Kennedy

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