What Shai Masot & Richard Brooks reveal about UK-Israel relations

Road To Somewhere Else

By Daniel Margrain

Al-Jazeera’s initial undercover investigation into the links between Mossad agents, the UK political class and activists designed to subvert British domestic politics in order to favour a foreign power, did not come a surprise to this writer. During this initial investigation, Israeli operative, Shai Masot, revealed that the Israeli government intends to spend £1m on an all expenses Israeli trip for Labour MPs where they will be wined and dined in return for political favours.

Al-Jazeera followed up this expose with their revelation that senior National Union of Students official, Richard Brooks, conspired to oust the organisation’s president Malia Bouattia as part of a sting involving the Israeli embassy. As I highlight below, these two cases represent the tip of a large iceberg of deceit and corruption at the heart of the British political system.

The joint underhand activities of the Israeli secret service and their collaborators within…

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One thought on “What Shai Masot & Richard Brooks reveal about UK-Israel relations

  1. This was a very interesting read. When I worked for the police in London, I worked at the branch dealing with Diplomatic issues, and can confirm that the Israelis not only receive most favourable treatment, they can pretty much do as they please in the UK. The old assertion that any dislike of Israeli policies, or its actions as a country make someone antisemitic is so tired now, yet keeps on being trotted out to counter any criticism of that state.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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