Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?


Those in the know have intimated that many, many senior bods in the U.K. are petrified of the strange and spooky CST ( Community Security Trust ).

As we saw in a previous post:

” On initial impression, the CST is a charitable organisation with the noble intention of ensuring safety for the Jewish community in the U.K.

Dig a little deeper though and another side to the Trust emerges.

Critics have argued that the Trust, which seems to have a heavy hold over politicians of all persuasions, is not transparent enough about it’s funding and aims.”

According to prominent lawyer, Geoffrey Alderman:

What right does a completely private body that happens to call itself the CST have to involve itself in the safety and well-being of British Jews?

What right does it have to represent itself as being a representative body? On its website, the CST boasts that it “represents the Jewish community on a wide range of Police, governmental and policy-making bodies dealing with security and antisemitism.”

What right does it have to make such a claim? The website further explains that “the Police and government praise CST as a model of how a minority community should protect itself.”

That may be so but I want to ask whether we – you and I – should not have a quiet word in the ear of government and point out that the CST represents no one but itself and is mandated to espouse the views of none other than its own trustees.”


In March 2011, Davie Cameron was invited by shady swizzler Gerald Ronson to address  the C.S.T.

Below are extracts from his speech:

” I’m grateful to Lloyd Dorfman for that very kind introduction and to Gerald Ronson and Dame Gail for inviting me to join you again this evening. It’s great to be back.

And it’s great to be able to show my support again for Community Security Trust and the brilliant work you do.”

So I want all of us to dig deep in our pockets and give as much as we can so that CST can continue this essential work. I include the government in that.”

It is absolutely right that in Britain’s universities, students and faculty should be able to criticise Israel, just as they can criticise any country, or any government, or any politician.

But it is absolutely wrong that in any of our universities there should be an environment where students are scared to express their Judaism or their Zionism freely.”

” In the same way when the UK’s laws were used to try and arrest Israeli politicians who visit our country, without any real prospect of prosecution, this Government pledged to act: changing the law so people don’t fear coming here.”

” With me you have a Prime Minister whose belief in Israel is indestructible. And you have a Prime Minister who wants to build a strong and productive relationship with Israel. And I have instructed our ambassador to make one of his top priorities the building of a new partnership between the high tech economies of Israel and Britain.”

Why is Davie so desperate to please the CST even to the point of changing U.K. laws?!

Could it be that rumours are true and sly bullies MOSSAD are actually at the core of the CST?

We haven’t got the foggiest idea.








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