The Jewish Supremacist who pretends to be Britain’s “unbiased” ambassador to Israel, Matthew Gould, has confirmed that “no option is off the table” when it comes to preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
Speaking in an article in the Israeli Ynet News service, Gould, repeated the Zionist Supremacist lies that Iran was trying to obtain nuclear weapons.
“Iran is flouting six United Nations resolutions and it continues to play games with the IAEA. The Iranian regime’s claims that its nuclear program is intended for purely civilian purposes are not credible given its ongoing efforts to expand its enrichment capacity. We, and our international partners, are clear that Iran cannot be allowed to get nuclear weapons,” Gould said.
The outrageous hypocrisy is obvious: Israel is the only nation with nuclear weapons in the Middle East, has never signed the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, is in violation of hundreds of United Nations resolutions and doesn’t even allow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) into its nuclear facilities—unlike Iran.
Yet Gould and his fellow Jewish Supremacists keep quiet about Israel and its nuclear weapons, and focus instead on Iran’s proven low-grade uranium enrichment plants which are decades away from even being able to produce weapons-grade material—even if they wanted to, which they do not.
Previously, a British Labour Party Member of Parliament pointed out that Gould had divided loyalties because he has “proclaimed himself to be a Zionist”.
Paul Flynn, the Labour MP for Newport West, said ambassadors to Israel had not previously been Jewish “to avoid the accusation that they have gone native”.
Britain needed, he said, “someone with roots in the UK [who] can’t be accused of having Jewish loyalty”.
Flynn’s comments came during an inquiry by the Public Administration Select Committee into the role of the head of the civil service. The post incumbent, Sir Gus O’Donnell, was being questioned about his investigation into Adam Werritty, the controversial adviser to former Defence Secretary Liam Fox.
Flynn asked about meetings between Werritty and Gould, who previously served as a diplomat in Iran and some reports have speculated that he, Werritty and Fox discussed a potential military strike on Iran with Mossad.
“I do not normally fall for conspiracy theories, but the ambassador has proclaimed himself to be a Zionist and he has previously served in Iran, in the service,” said Flynn.
He said doubts had been raised about Gould’s loyalty by two of his constituents, Pippa Bartolotti and Joyce Giblin, who had been held in prison in Israel after taking part in the “flytilla” demonstration against the Gaza blockade in July 2011.
“When they were briefly imprisoned in Israel, they met the ambassador, and they strongly believe… that he was serving the interest of the Israeli government, and not the interests of two British citizens,” Flynn told the committee.
Flynn later told the Jewish Chronicle that he asked for transparency about the Werritty-Gould meetings because he was worried that “neo-cons and war-mongers” were fomenting war against Iran.
He said he stood by his comments to the committee, including his questions about Gould’s loyalty to the UK.
“In the past there hasn’t been a Jewish ambassador to Israel and I think that is a good decision – to avoid the accusation that they have gone native.”