As Israel secretly coordinates with Saudi Arabia to launch a war against Iran and Hezbollah and threatens to invade Syria militarily, the Israeli tentacles are becoming more and more visible on the European and North American continents as well. While it has long been known that Israel has maintained a policy of constant surveillance and manipulation in the halls of U.S. and U.K. governments and that Israel itself acts as a cancerous tumor in the Middle East directed by corporate-financier-Deep State interests, the level to which it is involved in the lives of everyday citizens in Europe and America is becoming more and more apparent. From anti-BDM laws and proven espionage to an Israeli Prime Minister scolding the American Congress under the nose of the U.S. President, Israel has repeatedly demonstrated that it does not have the best interest of its “allies” at heart.
Now, with the resignation of U.K. International Development Secretary, Priti Patel, the backdoor collusion between Israeli and Western officials with and without the permission of the requisite officials is once again in the news.
Priti Patel announced her resignation after further revelations of secret meetings with Israeli officials and senior officials within the Israeli government. The revelations follow news that Patel had visited Israel in August under the guise of a “family holiday” where she had at least twelve unauthorized meetings with the Israeli officials including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Downing Street claims it was not aware of the meetings although some have questioned Theresa May’s denial as merely an attempt to protect the Party and the government during a period of upheaval. Defense Minister Michael Fallon stepped down from his post weeks ago.
The government initially rallied behind Patel. That is, until it was revealed that she met with Gilad Erdan, the Israeli Security Minister in Parliament on September 7 and with Yuval Rotem, an Israeli Foreign Ministry official, at the UN General Assembly in New York. These meetings, except for one, were all attended by Lord Polak, Conservative lobbyist and Director of the Conservative Friends of Israel organization.