Harlow MP Robert Halfon and the Polish Ambassador at the scene. Credit: ITV News Anglia
Conservative Robert Halfon who has been appointed Minister of State at the Department for Education. Seeks to misdirect blame away from his political party who played a big part in the rise of the far right, towards British citizens who voted to be more independent in the Brexit vote. The rise of the far right has been vastly legitimized by the blowback caused by foreign intervention. We have seen an EU failure to condemn the actions of neo Nazis in Ukraine, the EU only cares when it is politically beneficial to do so. Something to note about Halfon is that his grandfather was an Italian Jew, who aided the Idris monarchy in Libya, before seeking asylum in the UK. The EU operation Sophia continues its partnership with Misrata who’s rise is directly related NATO’s inability or lack of desire to disarm the militias, who have been documented killing migrants by the hundreds, & casting them into mass graves, the EU’s Neo Nazi battalions in Ukraine still possess tanks, rocket launchers, grenades, & artillery. The rise of the far right is directly related to the rise of ISIS, people see attacks in other European countries which are in relation to migrants. Who is behind the rise of extremists via deliberate destabilization desiring to provoke regime change, of countries in Africa, the Middle East, & Ukraine? The same conservatives who misdirect blame towards the British EU exit.
A few days after the murder of a Polish man in Harlow on 27 August, hundreds of local residents held a silent march through the streets of the town. What was not reported was the presence of a group of tough looking Polish men wearing dark glasses hanging around with a group who appeared to be English and were wearing hoodies with the words “Patriots Slough” emblazoned on the back.
Searchlight supports the initiative of the South East Region of the TUC (SERTUC) to build solidarity between British trade unionists and Polish and Portuguese workers. The fleeting visit to the UK by a senior member of the right-wing Polish Government at the beginning of September cannot provide much assurance when his Government is linked to one of the worst Nazi scenes in Europe. searchlightmagazine.com
MP Robert Halfon on the Brexit; ‘I’m Voting In Because I’m Scared’
He begins by claiming “three things” motivate him in politics: the image of the Conservative Party; to stop terrorism and genocide; his support for the State of Israel.
“I am voting to stay in the EU because I am frightened. Frightened of the rise of Islamism across the world and what it means in terms of the battle of civilisations. Frightened of events in Syria, the use of chemical weapons, the weakness of the response of the West – until very recently. Frightened of a strong Iran, whose wings may have been clipped in terms of nuclear weapons – for the time being, but still acts as a major oppressor across the Middle East funding Hezbollah and Hamas. Frightened of a re-emergent Russia, recreating colonial outposts in Syria, her actions in the Ukraine and poisoning her own citizens on British soil. Frightened of the future of an existential threat to Israel facing the arrival of ISIS in Gaza, a hostile Iran and the spill-over of the Syrian conflict. Frightened of the return of major terrorist atrocities to Western Europe. Frightened of the revival of anti-semitism. Frightened of the weakening of the Chinese economy and what effect it will have on the world.”
8 November 2012
David Cameron is building ‘Al Qaeda 2.0’
– “Let me start with a disclaimer. We still do not know what was the motive behind the attack on a group of Polish men in Harlow over the bank holiday weekend that resulted in the death of 40-year-old Arkadiusz Jóźwik. It could be a hate crime, but not necessarily.”
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-I am Polish and I’m deeply ashamed those people have anything in common with me. They don’t represent the majority of the nation. Most people here would have them deported from Poland as well, except, sadly, who would ever take them in? – Haludek