Is UKIP Israel’s best friend?

TAP – Nigel Farage is similarly connected to Friends Of Israel.  In British politics the Zionist Rothschilds have all bases covered.  UKIP is a tightly controlled political party which is being used to bury Conservative backbenchers, and will achieve nothing in its own right other than disable the conservative wing of British politics.

Olly Neville said…
As Chairman of Friends of Palestine in UKIP I reject the idea that UKIP is biased pro Israel in anyway. We are opposed to foreign aid, and at heart a non interventionist party (Farage and Nuttall have spoken out against Iraq, Afghanistain, Libya, Syria and Farage condemned Israeli assassinations)

UKIP see that Israel has a right to exist, a right to self determination, but is not inherently anti Palestine. I have recieved many messages of support when I set up Friends of Palestine esepcially from younger members

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TAP –  like Cameron spoke out against EU federalism.  

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UKIP is Israel’s best friend

uk independence party

Roger Knapman was, until very recently, leader of the UK Independence Party.

He has spoken out against the argument that the Israeli attacks on Hezbollah were disproportionate. ( 7 – 8 – 2006)

“We all want peace in the Middle East,” declared Mr Knapman. “However, we mustn’t think in terms of Israel taking on the Lebanon, but of Israel taking on a terrorist group whose aim is to destroy them…”

“Let us not forget that Hezbollah are firing Iranian missiles at Israeli civilians and that Iran’s conservative president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, said that Israel must be ‘wiped off the map’.

” The three political parties have all stated that they think the attacks by Israel are disproportionate in terms of the initial offence, which was the capture and imprisonment of Israeli soldiers.

“What is disproportionate” continued Mr Knapman, “is the criticism of the Israel counter attack. As stated in the United Nations Charter, nothing impairs the inherent right of a nation state to defend themselves if an armed attack occurs.

“What could be more threatening to a country than its neighbours publicly announcing they want that country destroyed?” he added.


UKIP Leading Figures and Personalities

Michael Maclaire-Hiller is treasurer of UKIP Friends of Israel

Vladimir Bukovsky is a UKIP Patron

Mike Zuckerman is on the UKIP NEC, London

Richard Suchorzewski was a candidate for the party leadership

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14 Responses to “Is UKIP Israel’s best friend?”

  1. dognamedblue says:

    it makes me chuckle that people still buy into politics… you get what you vote for & can’t blame anyone else, especially if you didn’t even bother to check them thoroughly before hand

    er wasn’t it proven that “wiped off the map” was a deliberate miss-translation?

  2. Anonymous says:

    palestine is being systematically wiped off the map, dont doubt that.
    but its been proved that New labour Conservatives and Lib/dems are all mossad, so people went for BNP or UKIP of which both are israeli run, even the patriotic EDL are israelis, the English democrats run an anti muslim pro israel website so the only one not considered by MI5 to be foreign led is the good old national front, but how long will they be free ?
    Margaret Huntingford.

  3. Anonymous says:

    and it’s the same in every country.

  4. Anonymous says:

    People vote these controlled opposition parties in every 4 years. It’s usually the general apathy of ”well we are sick of the current lot so let’s vote in this lot instead”… little do people know that these political parties are all batting for the same globalist team.

    Zbigniew Brzezinski was right in his quote:

    “For the first time in human history almost all of humanity is politically activated, politically conscious and politically interactive… The resulting global political activism is generating a surge in the quest for personal dignity, cultural respect and economic opportunity in a world painfully scarred by memories of centuries-long alien colonial or imperial domination… [The] major world powers, new and old, also face a novel reality: while the lethality of their military might be greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historic low. To put it bluntly: in earlier times, it was easier to control one million people than to physically kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people.”

  5. Olly Neville says:

    As Chairman of Friends of Palestine in UKIP I reject the idea that UKIP is biased pro Israel in anyway. We are opposed to foreign aid, and at heart a non interventionist party (Farage and Nuttall have spoken out against Iraq, Afghanistain, Libya, Syria and Farage condemned Israeli assassinations)

    UKIP see that Israel has a right to exist, a right to self determination, but is not inherently anti Palestine. I have recieved many messages of support when I set up Friends of Palestine esepcially from younger members

  6. Anonymous says:

    Someone wants to dis-credit UKIP for some reason…. Could it be that they are not as “infultrated” as the othe bunch of traitorous parties? It’s all much of a muchness if you ask me and they all piss in the same pot. Best thing the UK public can do is spoil their votes and get the debate going in my opinion.

    I think were screwed because too many people are victims of this huge conspiracy we are having to suffer.


  7. Anonymous says:

    Not sure if it’s the same in the UK, but rather than ‘spoil’ your votes or refuse to vote, in Australia, if you cross every name off the list (I’ll be using a pen rather than the provided pencil), that is a valid vote that has meaning – the meaning is that none of the candidates meet your requirements. A guy called Arthur Chresby looked into this stuff a long time ago.

  8. Anonymous says:

    talking about UKIP, what i want is a pro-britian party, we are british people, why are we having dual citezenship politicians in parliament anyway ? if they are not british working for the british show them the door.
    palestine is already wiped off the map by the racists anyway

  9. Daniel_UKIP says:

    Of course within a libertarian party like UKIP there are different opinions and different approaches to foreign policy.

    But the main party line and the opinion of most party members is pro-Israel, pro-America (though not uncritical)and against tyrannies like Iran and Saudi-Arabia.
    UKIP is either non-interventionist nor interventionist. UKIP opposes some stupid military interventions (Iraq, Syria) but also supports some necessary interventions for freedom (Removal of the Taliban and strong action against Iran.
    Farage and Nuttall have spoken out against involvement in Syria and Libya because we don`t want to support Al Qaida there. But Farage once said that there may come a point where something has to be done to prevent Iran becoming a nuclear nation.

    The UKIP manifesto supports British involvement in Afghanistan to remove the Taliban and Osama Bin Laden, but opposes long-term and pointless occupation of the country. Gerard Batten said that we were right to go into Afghanistan but that the Iraq war was stupid and strengthened Iran.
    UKIP also spoke out against the Iranian Nuclear Programme.
    And UKIP backs Israel in its fight against Hamas and other terrorists. In an interview with the Jewish Chronicle Nigel Farage stated his sympathy for Israel and its right to defend itself.
    UKIP is pro Israel and must be pro Israel. Eurosceptic, pro-Israel pro democracy, that`s UKIP!

  10. Daniel_UKIP says:

    Some quotes:

    UKIP manifesto


    UKIP condemns Iran’s attempts to secure nuclear weapons, and refuses to believe
    the Iranian regime’s claims that it simply wants nuclear energy for civilian purposes.
    UKIP feels it is foolhardy to take the leaders of a totalitarian state at their word. The fact
    Iran is seeking nuclear materials is especially worrying at the same time it is developing
    medium- and long-range Shahab class missiles, capable of hitting British troops in
    Afghanistan and Cyprus. UKIP believes a nuclear Iran would simply be unacceptable,
    and would support efforts to eliminate its nuclear weapons capability if necessary,
    preferably through peaceful methods, but if no other means are feasible by targeted
    military means. However, UKIP would not support commitment of UK ground troops to
    such operations but would be prepared to lend strategic military support.


    UKIP supports Britain’s continued membership of NATO, which we regard as the
    best framework for security and defence on the European continent. The experience of
    the Cold War has proved the organisation’s ability to deter aggression and bring together
    democratic countries in common defence. NATO provided a very real and credible
    deterrent to Soviet aggression, and it is only NATO, not the EU, which can credibly lay
    claim to having secured the peace in post-war Europe


    UKIP fully supports the right of Israel to exist as a Jewish state and recognises the
    despicable anti-Semitism in European history, culminating in the Holocaust. Israel is
    surrounded by hostile states committed to its destruction. The tiny state has been the
    frequent victim of rocket attacks and suicide bombings from terrorist groups, almost all
    deliberately targeting civilians. Israel has every right to respond with proportionate force
    to these attacks, and a UKIP government would do the same were Britain similarly
    threatened. UKIP rejects the notion that Israel should be punished through sanctions or
    cancellation of trade deals (such as the EU-Israel Association Agreement) for defending
    itself from attack.


    UKIP is anxious to see a single, clear, and realistically attainable goal outlined for British
    forces in Afghanistan or we will seek to negotiate a withdrawal with our NATO partners.
    Whilst UKIP supports our engagement there, we reject the notion that British troops
    should be stationed there for decades to come in the pursuit of a multitude of objectives.
    UKIP is concerned about allegations of corruption in Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s
    administration30, and wishes to see independent monitors from the UN or OECD
    investigate these claims to the fullest.

    Quotes Gerard Batten (

    47. Suspension of aid to the Palestinian Authority
    Date: 26 April 2006 – Brussels
    Time: 60 Seconds
    “Mr President, my party, the UK Independence Party, constantly criticises the European Union, so it makes a pleasant change for me at least partially to be able to support the Commission’s decision to suspend funding to the Palestinian Authority. The Palestinian people have made the sad decision to elect Hamas, a terrorist front organisation, to government; they now have to live with the consequences of that decision.
    The spending of taxpayers’ money in Palestine by the European Union has long been a scandal in that these monies have never been fully accounted for and have almost certainly found their way into terrorist pockets. The Palestinian people as such may be a deserving case for humanitarian aid, but such aid should not come from the European Union, whose own accounts have not been signed off by its own auditors for 11 consecutive years. The spending of international aid should be returned to nation states.”

  11. Daniel_UKIP says:

    Sorry that I post so much, but Gerard`s speeches are just great!

    118. Stabilization of Afghanistan
    Date: 8 July 2008 – Strasbourg
    Time: 60 Seconds
    “Mr President, we all remember why Afghanistan was invaded in the first place: it followed the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the USA, masterminded by al-Qa’ida from bases in Afghanistan under the protection of the Taliban. The USA, along with its allies, most notably the UK, launched a successful attack to displace al-Qa’ida from its stronghold. The West’s serious military forces did what was needed to be done to confront terrorism.”

    103. Situation in Iran (Continuation of debate)
    Date: 30 January 2008 – Brussels
    Time: 90 Seconds
    “Mr President, deceit is a weapon of war approved of in the Koran
    under the doctrine of taqiyya. Iran professes no plans to develop
    nuclear weapons. Evidence to the contrary is overwhelming.”

    56. Situation in the Middle East
    Date: 6 September 2006 – Strasbourg
    Time: 60 Seconds
    “Mr President, we have heard several times during this debate of the need for a negotiated settlement and a peace process. But with whom do we negotiate and on what basis? The war in Lebanon was caused by Hizbollah kidnapping Israeli soldiers which, unsurprisingly,
    triggered retaliation by the Israelis and the escalating conflict we have witnessed.
    The leader of Hizbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, said that he would not have ordered the troops’ capture and kidnapping if he had known that it would lead to full-scale war. What did he expect? Those are not the words of a political leader but of a political gangster and terrorist. He ordered the kidnappings because he thought he might get away with it. He did not, but he got a war that he could blame on the Israelis anyway.
    The Palestinians have elected a terrorist government under Hamas and the Lebanese have two Hizbollah terrorist representatives in their government. These decisions have consequences for the Palestinians and the Lebanese, as we have seen. How does the European Union react to this? By sending the protagonists more money: R435 million so far this year to Palestine and R42 million to Lebanon.
    We should let the Hamas and Hizbollah ministers in question
    renounce their intentions to drive the Israelis into the sea before we consider sending their governments aid. Otherwise such payments amount to nothing more than financing terrorism.”

    37. Confrontation between Iran and the international community
    Date: 15 February 2006 – Strasbourg
    Time: 60 Seconds
    “Mr President, it is estimated that Iran could have nuclear weapons within three to ten years, although the point of no return in stopping that development could be reached much sooner. Dealing with Iran has been made all the harder by the Iraq war, which was not just a
    disaster but could turn out to be an act of geopolitical folly. The Iranian
    regime cannot be allowed to develop nuclear weapons. It is a religious fundamentalist, barbaric, pro-terrorist and anti-Semitic regime.
    The world became used to the nuclear stand-off between the
    democratic west and the communist east during the Cold War, but in that confrontation, disaster was avoided because ultimately both sides were rational. The religious fundamentalists of Iran are not
    rational. An Iranian nuclear device could turn out to be the biggest suicide bomb the world has ever seen. In this situation all the options are dangerous but the most dangerous option is doing nothing at all.”

  12. Tapestry says:

    Does UKIP still believe 911 was a real event and not a false flag?

    Oh dear…..

  13. Daniel_UKIP says:

    Yes it was an attack by islamist terrorists and the West was right to remove the Taliban and Bin Laden, but the Iraq war was pointless because Iraq was never involved in 9/11.

    UKIP is a democratic and patriotic party. We want an independent Britain outside the EU trading and cooperating with the world, keeping the pound and getting back our national independence and democracy.

    But we don`t believe this conspiracy shit about freemasons, Rothschilds, Aliens, Illuminati etc. Our enemies are not Fremasons or Illuminati, our enemies are the bureaucrats and their henchmen in Britain.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Well said the us government. Is funding the same people that there soldiers went to fight.

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