Tony Benn "If you wont broadcast the Gaza appeal then I will myself"
Tony Benn accuses the BBC ON AIR of capitualating to the Israeli Government by refusing to air an appeal for the Gazan people by the Disaster
Emergency Commitee (DEC) he then broadcasts the Address himself much to the consternation of the interviewer!
Disaster Emergency Commitee (DEC)
PO BOX 999
Disasters Emergency Committee Gaza humanitarian appeal:
Launched by UK charities on 22 January to raise money for Gaza aid relief and reconstruction
Participants: Action Aid, British Red Cross, Cafod, Care International, Christian Aid, Concern Worldwide, Help the Aged, Islamic Relief, Merlin,
Oxfam, Save the Children, Tearfund, World Vision
Tony Benn is voicing the concern of the British people. I work for several different companies and I know hundreds of work colleagues. Just about
every office I have entered these weeks I overheard conversations about Gaza. People were stunned and appalled.
Israel has overstepped its mark and exposed itself for the monstrosity it really is. Expect more because it can't help itself.
Wow. Pretty amazing video, straight out saying that the BBC has capitulated to the Israeli government. He was clearly incensed too. From word
coming out across the net, there appears to be a rather inferiorating incensed feeling among many British subjects about the way their media has
become silenced by a foreign power.
We in the West can only hope that England's entrenched non-Jewish elite will figure out the end game and begin to free their country from a stifling
and oppressive political group that now hovers over their land.
I have disagreed with Tony Benn on many issues, however, we need people like him, who behave honourably and with total commitment to the cause of the
The leaders that we have in England pale in comparison to Tony Benn, not as a matter of idea and ideological politics but simply as people that would
fulfil their duties as public servants.
He isn't always *right* (although he IS on this matter!) but his integrity always speaks volumes. He challenges people to consider their own views.
Well done Tony, England still needs you and people all over the world still need you.
How much longer do we have to wait until there are people of this calibre to fill his boots and take the torch forward?
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