July 15th, 2013

David ‘The Jews’ Ward Off On One Again

Guido Fawkes Esq.

FAO Alistair Carmichael,

Chief Whip Liberal Democrats

Dear Mr. Carmichael,

Sincerest apologies for disturbing you on your birthday. 

On 27th February this year, following a meeting with David Ward MP, you wrote that you had “agreed language that will be proportionate and precise in your future interventions in this debate”. After your warning he said he was “disappointed and angry” at your letter.

This exchange came after Mr Ward had caused uproar over his comments concerning “the Jews”, including saying that he could think of no better day than Holocaust Memorial Day to discuss the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Your party has repeatedly said that it is taking Mr Ward’s conduct “extremely seriously”, also promising “there will be consequences” if he makes similar comments in the future. You have also said that you have effectively given him a “yellow card”, despite him making controversial comments on at least three further occasions.

Unfortunately, yesterday Mr Ward chose to ignore your words once again. Writing on Twitter, he questioned the continued existence of the State of Israel:

Jeremy Newmark, chief executive of the Jewish Leadership Council, tells Jewish News the tweet will “only fuel the view that extremism and politics of hate are acceptable Lib Dem discourse”. 

I hope you find the time to take these comments into account before continuing your celebrations.

Yours,

Guido Fawkes


86 Comments

  1. 1
    fruitcake says:

    Dear SC, re your post number 29 last blog entry.
    I think you are correct.

  2. 2
    Nick Clegg says:

    I do hope I have plausible deniability this time.

  3. 4
    P l e b says:

    We fight racism wherever it occurs in this country but allow the Israelis to get away with it.

    • 7
      C.O.Jones says:

      Most democratic country in the middle east – by a long shot.

      • 8
        BBC says:

        Country !!!!!!??????!!!!!!

        • 9
          C.O.Jones says:

          Yes, prior to the state of Israel it was never a country. Always a protectorate of sorts, under British, Egyptian, Turkish etc etc

      • 12
        P l e b says:

        Maybe but still founded on racism.

        • 13
          C.O.Jones says:

          There is no racism in the arab world?

          Last week two coptic priests were beheaded, one in Syria and one in Egypt. But you won’t hear it on the BBC.

          • Old Git says:

            “Palestinians” (local Arabs enjoying hereditary displaced status for various political reasons) endure far greater legal disabilities in Jordan, Lebanon and Syria than they do in Israel.

          • Alan Alan Alan says:

            Who gives a flying fuck? Only shit for brains arseholes like you who search the net looking for islamic outrages to get you all frothing at the mouth about. Sitting there in your help for heroes t-shirt, worrying about our brave boys. You could have been one yourself couldn’t ya? If it were not for the fact that you have the backbone of a fucking spunk bubble. You sad, pathetic little wanker, fucking jog on sonny, jog on.

          • C.O.Jones says:

            Thank you for the kind words. :)

          • Maqboul says:

            True. 75% of the people in Jordan are Palestinians enjoying an apartheid existence as second class Arabs.

      • 73
        Parasite says:

        Democracy is good, is it ?

      • 75
        Youwot? says:

        Some obvious mistakes there, here are the corrections:

        It’s not a real country but a religious colony established at gunpoint.
        It’s not a democracy, it’s a theocracy.
        The people being occupied illegally have no say in matters and arabs inside “Israel” are treated as a serf underclass to do the dirty work for the chosen ones.

  4. 10
    UberTwatWatch says:

    IDS, this morning, goes on Radio 4 and completely fails to give anything like a passable impersonation of a man with a grasp of his brief, and brushes away his rebuke by the ONS by saying, apparently with a straight face “I have a belief I am right” as if that’s the end of the matter.

    And this is the slant you put on the story?

    For fuck’s sake.

    • 46
      neitherdeadnoralive says:

      Less of the racist “slant” remarks; just coz he is 1/16th Jap !!!

  5. 11
    BBC says:

    Move along nothing to see here. Ask Guido about the Friday caption competition results for real news.

  6. 14
    George Osborne says:

    I’m playing with my abacus.

  7. 21
    Kettle, Pot, Bl@ck? says:
    • 26
      Diseased Anus says:

      What sort of retarded cu’nt would believe anything Abbot says?

    • 31
      Thicko FlabbyBott says:

      Fuck off Fatso and take your murdering chums with you. You fat fuck. Go for a jog psyco Al Campbell. U Fat thick Fuck.

    • 33
      Maqboul says:

      Call me political, but who the hell made that huge lump of lard as shadow health minister? Blunkett?

    • 35
      Thicko FlabbyBott says:

      She is one nasty, evil lying cow. She is pissed off cos she has designs on being the next Health Minister. She is an evil cow! Jog on with big psycho Al C. Fatso!

  8. 28
    Point of Information 2 says:

    !srael is not an apartheid state.

    David Ward is wrong to make his statements in this way as he is only closing what should be legitimate debate. He should be ridiculed for his total rhetorical failure, and lack of ability in the craft of politic.

    He is right to distinguish Z’ism from J’ism but should retract fully his original statements directed towards the religion, but only out of decency.

    Attacking a religion is not racist.

    Making negative statements about a sect such as Z’ism is not racist.

    Criticizing the policies of the state of !srael is fine.

    Singling out !sraeli’s specifically would be racist.

    Followers of a religion considering themselves to be ethnically distinct is racist thinking in its purest form.

    • 42
      Anonymous says:

      Izraelis & pales live side by side and work together. Many pales are happy to exist in an Israeli state as long as they have equal rights. The ultra Conservatives are becoming a problem for Israeli state & H@m@s as usual with their extremism.

    • 47

      Tito granted Muslims ethnically distinct status in the 1960s.

  9. 32
    jmf says:

    Palestine has never existed . . . as an autonomous entity. There is no language known as Palestinian. There is no distinct Palestinian culture. There has never been a land known as Palestine governed by Palestinians. Palestinians are simply Arabs by another name.

    • 36
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      And, therefore, not entitled to any settled living place? Is that what you mean?

    • 39
      Maqboul says:

      Palestinians are Arabs who’ve noticed Israelis have actually made something of a country out of strip of dry land that nobody wanted before and now they want to move in and take over. There’s plenty of fucking land on the Arabian peninsula for them ten times over but the other Arabs know they are worth more somewhere else, diverting attention from their own internal corruption and failings.

      • 49
        • 54
          Fatso says:

          Maybe but everyone was busy fighting Greeks, Romans, Spanish etc.

          • More to the point, the Ottoman Empire lost in WWI and that’s when it all really started.

          • Fatso says:

            To SC

            Good point.

            It really kicks off after ww1

          • Maqboul is on the button here, as usual. The history was one of mostly gradual settlement into a largely uninhabited area in which nomads would come and go according to the season and weather. Having been expelled from a number of countries, this increased with the pogroms in the late 19th century. They increased gradually and without much in the way of trouble during the time of the British mandate to the size of the current Brighton population but were still a minority. The Nazi persecutions and the release from camps almost tripled this figure but the number of Arabs had also increased. The relatively trivial pre-existing tensions then started to erupt into major conflict the day after the State of Israel was declared. The country was born into war.

            It is worth remembering that many of the world’s countries had refused to accept Jеwish refugees during the 40s. The Jеwish population increased a further fourfold in the following ten years.

    • 48
      Fatso says:

      Syriana Palestinia!

    • 51
    • 86
      Anonymous says:

      Wrong, and irrelevant anyway. The ZioLoons are nothing but fanatic land thieves and, as their Talmud makes absolutely Kristall clear, hate and use the Goy and their own dead.

  10. 40
    Sir William Waad says:

    The hate-preacher was bringing his foam-flecked rant to its climax.

    “And I tell you, brothers, IT’S ALL THE FAULT OF THE J*WS!”

    Roar of applause; then a little voice from the back row:

    “And the cyclists!”

    Everybody stares. The hate-preacher bellows “Why the cyclists?”

    “Why the J*ws?”

  11. 41
    neitherdeadnoralive says:

    Refreshing to see a LimpDem with a view !!!!

  12. 44
    Anonymous says:

    Here’s the tweet before the “Am I right or am I wrong?” tweet. Did he send the following tweet from the mosque or shortly after?

  13. 50
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    It’s almost as if David Ward is the Asperger’s brother in the family who repeats out loud what he has heard everyone else saying, and when someone takes offence to it, the family close ranks and say “I can’t imagine where he gets this sort of thing from!” as they hustle him off away from view and earshot before he can potentially say “I get it from you and Mum, Daddy– that’s where I hear it, Mr Bloggs!”– as they fear he may do, with his condition.

    The thing is, not all Asperger’s kids are so retarded that they don’t realise they can sometimes have a bit of diabolical fun being “Mr Unfiltered.”

  14. 60
    Saltpetre says:

    If people want to criticise israel then that is their right in a free society. Israel however does not give the same respect for freedoms and rights to Palestinians (whose land they illegally occupy). Israel is a bully and does not need Guido Fawkes as a cheerleader.

  15. 61
    Living in 97.33% white Merseyside says:

    Does this David Ward character carry a whip around with him like Julius Streicher?

  16. 62
    More Bullkok muslim leechers says:

    David Ward can fuck off to Fagley.

  17. 65
    Anonymous says:

    David Ward is responding to the fact that Bedouin villagers in the West Bank were resisting eviction. He seems to be referring to the apartheid in the OPT not the destruction of Israel as a whole.

  18. 66

    Constantly reviewing of this Dishonourables tweets for impact and effectiveness.
    Time for Red card!!!!

  19. 67
    Jimmy says:

    So do righties think the term “apartheid” is insulting now?

  20. 69
    Jimmy Savil was a LibDem says:

    Why does David Ward show no interest in Syria or Egypt?

  21. 74
    Ken Dodd's Dad's Dog's Dead says:

    Blessed are the cheesemakers.

  22. 78
    Yaweh's Keeper says:

    Israel is an apartheid state. What’s wrong with what he wrote – it’s factually accurate.

  23. 79
    Displaced Brummie says:

    David Ward is sorry. A sorry excuse for a human.

  24. 84
    Simon Schama says:

    Well Guido, I’ve noticed that throughout history disproportionate attacks, which deliberately misrepresent what has been said, on irrelevant nobodies, is how great things are achieved.


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