The “Stop the War Coalition” has published a brilliant work by rapper Lowkey. It starts this way:
One day I was running from the truth,
To speed me up they gave me these shoes,
So tie my feet with Nike’s,
Tell me lies about the 11th of September
By “lies” he means this:
It was the planes.
Not controlled demolition,
The BBC didn’t report the explosion of Building 7,
20 minutes before hand, on my television,
They found passport’s and plane flying manuals belonging to terrorists in the rubble.
That all makes perfect sense,
What a sage.
Watch out should you be in Trafalgar Square this Saturday, when Lowkey, Daud Abdullah, Jeremy Corbyn, Jenny Tonge and other luminaries of our times will dare to tell the truth at a “Stop the War” demonstration.
If you can’t wait until Saturday, here is a little something to tide you over.
Every coin is a bullet, if you’re Mark’s and Spencer,
And when your sipping Coca-Cola,
That’s another pistol in the holster of a soulless soldier,
You say you know about the Zionist lobby,
But you put money in their pocket when you’re buying their coffee,
Well done, that man.
Gene adds: And check out this video advertising the demonstration.
It opens with the chant, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”
Maybe it’s my old Jewish paranoia acting up again, but the first question that comes to mind is: Free of whom?
Later the narrator talks about the “illegal and immoral war that Israel has been waging on the Palestinians, and has been waging for almost a hundred years now.”
Wait a minute. Almost a hundred years? Israel didn’t exist until 1948. What could she be referring to? Or is it just another example of the profound historical ignorance of so many anti-Israel activists?