Render unto Ceasar…….

One of the many things about Israel which I, and possibly many others, admire is the simple truth that they do not ‘**ck around’, they do not prevaricate, they speedily decide who are the bad guys, and wipe them out.

The latest attack upon innocent Israelis is completed as I write, and the upshot is that Israeli Soldiers opened fire; the bullet holes in the windscreen bear witness, the terrorist is dead, and he has his bloody martyrdom. The strange thing which many people might not either know or understand is that the families of these so-called martyrs are subsidised by the Palestinian Authority, and that is funded, partly, by British taxpayers through DFiD.

6 comments for “Render unto Ceasar…….

  1. Ted Treen
    January 8, 2017 at 10:50 pm

    The British FO has been pro-Arab since T E Lawrence was still extant. Anti-semitism is not the preserve of the Labour Party, but is rather more subtly offered from other sources.

    And before anyone accuses me of ‘native’ bias, I am a WASP of (probably) Cornish & German ancestry, and have absolutely no axe to grind, other than that concerning the disappearance of honour, truth & justice from our political & ruling élite.

  2. Lord T
    January 9, 2017 at 11:20 am

    When Yes Prime Minister was new on the screen they refer to this bias. It hasn’t changed and won’t until our reliance on oil is removed, even then they will still have shed loads of dosh for our useless politicians to get a bit of.

  3. January 9, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    We haven’t had a Ceasar since shortly after Boudicca. We should have ceased rendering a long time ago.

    • January 10, 2017 at 3:21 pm

      Boudicca? Aaaagghh – Boadicea was her name in our history books, none of this revisionist rubbish, however ‘authentic’ it might seem.

      • January 11, 2017 at 1:20 am

        Her real name was Melodee-Traycee, but the Romans didn’t like that either. 🙂

        • January 11, 2017 at 10:06 am


          Once again, you have been given incorrect information. The Queen of the Iceni had adopted the name Melodee Chardonnay, as she wished to be remembered as the Essex girl who had made good; but the translators, being Roman and therefore biased, wrote that the Queen was actually named Buddi, after a legend that she was related to a Mead-brewing family.

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