Agenda 21 Behind Closed Doors Chosen People Commentary Communism Corruption Cultural Marxism Disinformation Eye Openers Goyim International Jewry Israel Jews Lies London Mafia Media Middle East NWO Palestine Secret Societies Social Engineering Terrorism United Kingdom Video Zionism Pro-Palestine Activism Must Be ‘Managed’ Under Counter-Extremism Strategy, Universities Told February 22, 2017/ By:ZionistReport/ No Comments This is a tricky article. First of all, it was published by Rt.com, we all know who is behind RT. They will never publish anything that might go against their ‘ideology and final objective’. Having that said, the Jews realize that more and more people are opening their eyes to the truth so they are fighting back with all their might. In the background, there is a movement pushed by communist Jews, who want Israel destroyed. In order to bring about the New World Order, all so-called religions must be destroyed. The New World Order is based on the Luciferian doctrine. Many might try denying Albert Pike’s letter to Mazzini claiming it to be fake, but how did Pike know about these wars in advance? Two of them, already took place just like he said they would, and the third one, according to Pike, will be sparked by the differences between Zionism vs. Islam. There has been a plan in place for humanity for centuries and they will certainly not stop now. “Pro-Palestine activism must be ‘managed’ under counter-extremism strategy, universities told,” Source: rt.com British universities have been advised to “manage” Palestinian activism on campus in order to comply with the UK government’s ‘Prevent’ counter-extremism strategy. “Vocal support for Palestine,” “Opposition to Israeli settlements in Gaza,” and “Criticism of wars in the Middle East” are included in a list of “contentious topics” on the Safe Campus Communities website. The website includes a training section set up by Universities UK and the government’s now defunct Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) to help staff fulfill their Prevent obligations. Since 2015, Prevent has required public sector workers to “have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism.” The website says the material is intended to promote free speech by encouraging universities to ensure “topics that may be seen as controversial” may be “debated in a safe environment.” It advises institutions to take steps to manage events in which “extremist views are likely to be expressed” and ensure such views are challenged by “inviting additional speakers with opposing views.” “Relevant higher education bodies also need to risk assess and manage events where these or similar views may be expressed,” it says. Critics fear the guidance could stifle free speech and political expression, according to Middle East Eye. On Tuesday, the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) canceled an ‘Israel Apartheid Week’ event organized for next week by Friends of Palestine because of concerns it would not be “balanced,” Middle East Eye reports. UCLan said it was concerned that the event, called ‘Debunking misconceptions on Palestine and the importance of BDS [the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement]’, would fall foul of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism adopted by the UK government. The IHRA defines anti-Semitism as “a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred towards Jews,” including “denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination, e.g. by claiming that the existence of a State of Israel is a racist endeavor.” UCLan said: “We believe the proposed talk contravenes the new definition and furthermore breaches university protocols for such events, where we require assurances of a balanced view or a panel of speakers representing all interests. “In this instance our procedures determined that the proposed event would not be lawful and therefore it will not proceed as planned.” Ben Jamal, director of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, said it was absurd to single out support for a Palestinian state or opposition to Israeli settlements as controversial or extremist. “Given that all major political parties in the UK and the overwhelming majority of governments across the world support a Palestinian state and oppose settlements on the basis that they violate international law and are an obstacle to peace it is absurd to define these as extremist views. “There is an urgent need for the relevant bodies to review these materials and ensure that any training offered to educational establishments truly reflects the stated intention to uphold academic freedom and freedom of expression,” he said.