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At 16 October 2023 at 20:17 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Margaret Hodge accuses commentator Owen Jones of ‘obsession with Palestine’ **

“… Mr Owen, 39, [addressed] 79-year-old Dame Hodge saying ‘Palestinian children, whose lives are as sacred as a child in Israel, are being slaughtered, they are dying’.

“He [said] there needed to a policy of ending the ‘occupation’ and the policy of ‘apartheid’ on Palestinian civilians …

“[Margaret Hodge said:] ‘All you’ve talked about Owen is your obsession, the obsession with so many people, around the issue around Palestine, it’s been an obsession forever …”


A Zionist extremist whose then-neighbour in Richmond Crescent, Tony Blair, elevated her to Children’s Minister after she presided over the Islington child abuse abomination, Margaret Hodge’s husband’s law firm (Hodge Jones & Allen) hired Keir Starmer’s Jewish wife, Victoria Alexander, after she qualified as a solicitor in 2001, the year of the September 11 false flag linked to Zionist extremists.

Mr Henry Hodge was a member of the executive of the National Council for Civil Liberties when it was affiliated with the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), the activist group associated with a VIP paedophile network linked to New Labour grandees and other MPs, Intelligence operatives, and Zionist extremists. These being typically one and the same.

Margaret Hodge’s nephew, Philip Martin Edmonds, was visiting the Ocean Club resort in Portugal's Praia da Luz with his three sons at just the same time Madeleine McCann was abducted - only to abruptly fly out with his sons within hours of the news of Madeleine's disappearance. McCann is thought to have been taken by a child abuse network linked to Zionist extremists.

Aside from an extremist Zionist agenda, Margaret Hodge may have beed particularly sore about Owen Jones’ reference to “apartheid” in the context of Israel’s Zionist atrocities.

That’s is because “her family’s very successful company ran a highly profitable joint-venture partnership in South Africa for the majority of the 1970s and 1980s: precisely the period in which the anti-apartheid movement had called for extensive economic sanctions and disinvestment.

“For the life of this joint venture, she [Margaret Hodge] saw fit to hold shares in the special purpose vehicle that held her family’s slice of the pie … [Somewhat] curiously, Hodge claims through her spokesperson not to have any recollection of the charities to which she donated her apartheid profits for a period of over 20 years.”

Lady Hodge would no no doubt protest that she cares as much for brown gentiles in Palestine today, as she previously did for black gentiles in South Africa in the 1980s and 1980s: and for poor children in the borough of Islington in the 1980s and 1990s; followed by deprived kids nationally in the 2000s.

And the facts seem to bear this out: Margaret Hodge does indeed appear to care about all brown and black people, white gentiles, non-rich Jews and poor children from all backgrounds, approximately equally.


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