Prince Charles: Foreign Jews behind bloodshed in ME

In May, 2017, British Crown Prince Charles declined an invitation from Zionist entity’s president Reuven Rivlin‘s to attend the 100th anniversary of the notorious 1917 Balfour Declaration in Jerusalem. This month, he skipped the  Balfour centenary gala dinner in London.

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn also skipped the gala dinner which was attended by the prime ministers of Britain and Israel.

Naturally, the UK’s powerful organized Jewry couldn’t take Prince Charles’ Jew baiting sitting down.

Today, London-based Jewish Chronicle reported that Prince Charles in a 1986 letter to his friend Sir Laurens Jan van der had accused foreign Jews (Europe’s Jew terrorists) behind the current bloodshed in the Middle East.

The letter, according to JC, also challenged United States to take on the Jewish Lobby (watch video below).

The Prince of Wales added that the exodus of European Jews in the mid-20th century helped to cause the great problems in the Middle East since.

I know there are so many complex issues, but how can there ever be an end to terrorism unless the causes are eliminated? Surely some US president has to have the courage to stand up and take on the Jewish lobby in the US? I must be naïve, I suppose!,” wrote Prince Charles.

The UK’s Jewish Lobby has claimed that the contents of the letter were not Prince Charles’ personal views – but the views of Arab leaders whom the 38-year-old Charles met during his visit to Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain along with his wife Princess Diana. Incidentally, all the three countries the royal couple visited were created by British colonial power to keep Muslim divided. The royal families of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain are Wahhabis.

Sir Laurens Jan van der (died 1996), a White Afrikan British author and an adviser to Windsor ‘royals’, was born in South Africa.

 

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