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Originally posted by Dock9
Elections soon in the UK
The extent of Zionist infiltration has reached even the Sheepies' jaded ears
So we have this cynically insincere attempt to molify the voters, who're supposed to believe and be impressed by, the 'expulsion'
Not even Sheepies are fooled
The ONLY way to even begin regaining some voter-trust would be to completely cut off any form of aid to Israel
and that would be only the beginning
Pretending to toss out one diplomat is an insult --- to the voting public
Is the Foreign Secretary aware that there was a similar case in 1987, when it was discovered that Israel had forged British passports for intelligence operations? On that occasion, the then Israeli Foreign Minister, Shimon Peres, assured the then Foreign Secretary, my right hon. and noble Friend Lord Howe of Aberavon, that it would not happen again. It seems that those assurances have not been upheld.
Edward Garnier (Shadow Attorney General, Justice; Harborough, Conservative)
The point that my right hon. and learned Friend Mr. Hogg made is just as important even if one is not dealing with an alleged killing. The courts of England send people with no previous convictions to prison for passport forgery and their sentences are measured in years. What does this story tell us about the integrity of the Government's proposals for identity cards? Does it not undermine the Government's case?
David Miliband (Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office; South Shields, Labour)
I am delighted that the hon. and learned Gentleman has raised that point, because it makes a very strong case precisely for the national identity register that we propose. I think that many people, if they can be diverted from the issue at hand for a moment, will see that the determination to have a national identity register precisely fits into the sort of concerns that people have about identity theft. Actually, the case is made for the proposal that the Government have put forward, and I hope that the hon. and learned Gentleman will reconsider his opposition to it.