Remember the British victims
of Zionist Terrorism
E.g.: the King David Hotel, Lord Moyne, Sgts Paice and Martin etc.
There are two events on:
Saturday 1st August 2015
which we ask you to attend and support.
These events have been initiated by the
Forgotten British Heroes Campaign
(1) at 4.00pm
Wreath-laying and short open-air meeting
near the site of a Zionist bomb outrage at
the British Colonial Club in Trafalgar Square
[see assembly place details below]
(2) at 6.00pm
Indoor Meeting and video presentation
who, until recently a soldier in the British Army, will open the meeting
with introductory comments on the need to study Zionist terrorism in
the 1940s because its techniques are the model — and the provocation —
for the wave of terrorism which is sweeping the world today
On the theme: In the ongoing and future wars between the state of Israel
and the Arab/Muslim world, Great Britain should be strictly neutral.
Britain owes Israel nothing.
Lady Michèle Renouf:
will show her film of unique interviews on
British victims of the Zionist terror groups
How the ‘Establishment’ frustrated the attempt to have
the war criminal and terrorist Menachem Begin arrested
when he visited the UK as Israel’s Prime Minister in 1977
The history of Zionist terrorism against British servicemen,
diplomats and other Crown servants — perpetrated in tandem
with genocidal ethnic cleansing atrocities against the Palestinians
Literature stalls + post-meeting Social
RV will operate from 5pm 5.30pm.
Phone from 9am onwards on the day for details of meeting and wreath laying
PO Box 301, Carshalton, Surrey SM5 4QW
Tel: 07932 049019
You are cordially invited to attend an outdoor and an indoor event
in central London on
Saturday 1st August
which we have organised to honour the memories of British servicemen
and women and civilian personnel who were murdered or mutilated by
after the Second World War, both in Palestine and here in Britain, whose sacrifice
is being deliberately expunged from the historical record by corrupt politicians of
all the main parties who now grovel to Zionist billionaires for financial patronage.
We especially seek to honour the memories of:
• The 20 year old British Army Sergeants Mervyn Paice and Clifford Martin
who were kidnapped and then hanged by piano wire
in Netanya, Palestine, on 31st July 1947;
• the 100 British Mandate officers and civilians murdered by a huge bomb
at the King David Hotel, Jerusalem, on 22nd July 1946;
• Rex Farran — brother of Captain Roy Farran DSO, MC, an SAS
anti-terrorism specialist — who opened a letter-bomb addressed to
“R. Farran” at the Farran family home in May 1948;
• Those injured and maimed by a bomb detonated at the former
British Colonial Club in Trafalgar Square, London, on 7th March 1947.
Please be at the Edith Cavell Memorial statue,
which is in the north-east corner of Trafalgar Square
(near the site of the former British Colonial Club)
at 4.00pm on Saturday 1st August.
Please bring bring Union Jacks and the flags of
England, N. Ireland, Scotland and Wales
— but no other flags or banners.
There will be a wreath-laying near the site of the former Colonial Club and then a
short open-air public meeting. We will expose the Zionists as the inventors of
contemporary terrorist techniques and exponents of genocidal war crimes against the
indigenous people of Palestine which began with the massacre of villagers at
Deir Yassin on 10th April 1948, and which continue with the recent mass
slaughters of mainly civilian Palestinians in Gaza and
on the illegally-occupied West Bank.
You are then invited to join us at a
private indoor meeting
in West London
which starts at 6.00pm
The theme of the meeting will be:
“Zionist Terrorism — Yesterday and Today”
There will be video presentation and speeches which explore Zionist terrorism in greater detail.
A redirection service will operate from 9.00am on the day of these events
(Saturday 1st August) on the following mobile phone number -
We look forward to your support and your company at either
— or hopefully both — these important events.
Martin Webster · Richard Edmonds · Lady Michèle Renouf · Jez Turner · Peter Rushton
Forgotten British Heroes Campaign