David Cameron faces his ‘Arab Spring’

It seems the so-called ‘Arab Spring’ has left Arab world and traveled to some most unexpected places, such as, Israel, Spain, Greece and the UK. Israel-Firster, British prime minister David Cameron who is one the first western leaders to accuse leaders of Iran, Lebanon, Libya and Syria for using unnecessary force against ‘peaceful’ anti-government protests – has just deployed 15,000 armed policemen to control mass protests and riots in several British cities. So far police has arrested 334 protesters with two protesters dead and several dozen police officers injured.

The riots which started in London on Sunday after police shot and killed a Black protester Mark Duggan 29, father of four kids. The riots that wrecked shopping centers in many parts of London have now pread to three other cities. The protesters are calling for resignation of David Cameron who is accused of wasting hundreds of millions of taxpayers’ money on unnecessary wars in Afghanistan and Libya – while ignoring high unemployment among the non-White Brits and his cuts in social services to reduce a large budget deficit. Under Cameron rule, the country’s economic growth is sluggish.

When a reporter from Britain’s ITV asked a protester: “Is rioting the correct way to express your discontent?” Like David Cameron, the reporter was shocked by the protester’s response. “Yes,” said the young man. “You wouldn’t be talking to me now if we didn’t riot, would you?” Meaning that the mainstream media usually reports pro-government propaganda news and not the real issues faced by the majority of British citizen.

Two million British Muslims should count their Ramadan (month of fasting) blessings for not being blamed for these riots by the pro-Israel and vehemently anti-Muslim British Defence League. According to the New York Times (August 5, 2011) the main winner of these protests and riots – is no other than the Jewish leader of the British Opposition, Ed Milliband.

“The uproar over The News of the World and its ramifications for Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, as well as for rival newspapers that have been implicated in the phone hacking and other abuses, have changed much in Britain. The scandal has also raised difficult, career-threatening questions for Prime Minister David Cameron and has led to a stunning reversal in fortunes for the 41-year-old Mr. Miliband, who as recently as last spring appeared to be sinking fast as Labour’s new helmsman,” wrote John F. Burns in NYT.

The anti-Islam crusaders such as Daniel Pipes, Robert Spencer, Mark Steyn, BBC and the Rupert Murdoch’s Hasbara Network, who spare no opportunity to remind the Whitefolks about the lethal danger that Muslims and multiculturalism poses to the West, haven’t said anything at all on London protests.

During similar social unrest in Paris in 2005 – all these Muslim-haters supported the French Crypto-Jew interior minister Nicolas Sarkozy’s brutal handling of protesters whom he called “racaille” – scum. Robert Spencer who is fundraising for the pro-Israel Norwegian Christian mass killer – wrote in the Frontpage magazine: “That French officials show no sign, on the eighth day of the Paris riots, of recognizing that this clash of values is the heart of the problem only guarantees that before they will be able to say that their difficulties with their Muslim population are behind them, many more cars will be torched, many more buildings burned, and many more lives destroyed”.

Mark Steyn wrote in Jewish World Review (November 7, 2005): “For half a decade, French Arabs have been carrying on a low-level intifada against synagogues, kosher butchers, Jewish schools, etc. The concern of the political class has been to prevent the spread of these attacks to targets of more, ah, general interest. They seem to have lost that battle. Unlike America’s Europhiles, France’s Arab street correctly identified Chirac’s opposition to the Iraq war for what it was: a sign of weakness”.

The radical Jew, Daniel Pipes, wrote in New York Sun (November 8, 2005): “The French insurrection is by no means the first instance of a semi-organized Muslim insurgency in Europe – it was preceded days earlier by one riot in Birmingham, England and was accompanied by another in Århus, Denmark. France itself has a history of Muslim violence going back to 1979. What is different in the current round is its duration, magnitude, planning, and ferocity”.

Israel daily YNet has reported that Israelis living in London claim unlike Israel’s 250,000-strong middle-class protests against Zionist regime, British riots are fueled by ‘deep hatred toward police’ for later’s racist treatment of Blacks, Muslims and Arabs.

“These people who rule over us, but should actually be public servants, will condemn violence in the inner cities and yet they are the most violent perpetrators of militarisms against countries like Afghanistan, Iraq and now Libya,” Mark Wadworth, a political activist in London, told Press TV.

Deputy head of Iran’s Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Hossein Ebrahimi sprayed a pinch of salt on David Cameron’s wounds on Tuesday by suggesting that Majlis should send a group of human rights rapporteurs to the UK to investigate human right violations. Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast also called on the British police to exercise restraint against protesters.

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