Of Brendon, Bread, And Bending Over

A few weeks ago, I posted about jailed antisemite Brendon “B.O” O’Connell, who was at day 26 of a hunger strike, protesting either his incarceration, Zionist oranges, or his treatment at the hands of his cellmate Bubba. I don’t really know, and I sure as hell don’t care.

But it turns out that like most things he’s tried in his life, he’s found something else to fail at.


Day 28
Brendon has commenced his hunger strike after a short stay in hospital where he had some soup, rice and half a sandwich.

In this letter published at another antisemitic site, B.O explains why he relented and ate.


April 11, 2012
Dear Matthew,

I enjoyed receiving your mail this morning. Yes, I agree with everything you say but I don’t think we have 2 years to “wait around”.

My appeal is very strong on both conviction and sentence; this is why they have “reserved” their decision for nearly 4 months now – unheard of. They are totally embarrassed. They have broken every rule in the book and behaved unlawfully. I can go after them with all sorts of legal tools in the future – as long as nothing “sudden” happens with the body.

As I’m sure others in prison are going after his body with their tools.

The Western Australian legal fraternity is the most corrupt in Australia. My Melbourne barrister has never seen anything like it. There is an “old guard” that is holding back a less corrupt element within their ranks. We hope a generational change is on the way.

Perhaps, unlike Peter Spencer, I have a little more media support. Certain sections of the media have been made well aware of all details of my case and have expressed an interest. Hopefully that will translate into a MSM article. The local Kwinana community paper has done a couple of stories on my hunger strike. Ultimately, my case translates into a major national security issue with Israeli intelligence operating through 2 billion dollars worth of civilian and military contracts in Australia alone.

I stopped the h.s. after some major psychological symptoms at 29 days.

I assume h.s = hunger strike, and not high school. Although that would also explain a lot.

This is not uncommon. I am physically healthy. I am down to 87 kg from 104 kg. I resumed the h.s. on Sunday morning, the 8th April, after 4 days off. The prison wasn’t very happy. I try not to look in the mirror. Without supplements you would be dead within a month from starvation complications. I was surprised at just how badly the body and mind reacts to starvation. It probably gets doubly upset that it knows it is self imposed. Plus, unlike in a survival situation, you have plenty of time to ruminate on your physical and psychological  symptoms in jail. This is why I enjoyed receiving mail and I write back immediately, blood glucose allowing.

My enemy was sleep deprivation,

Sleep deprivation must be Jewish.

the body seems to be coping although watching my body waste away feels extremely strange. I tend to wear more clothes to cease reminding myself. Besides, you do feel colder because your metabolism slows right down.

As a Christian, I’m sure you’ve had feelings and inclinations that seem to go against logic and the egos cannot distinguish.

You think he realizes he’s worshipping a Jew?

So, I trust in it and let it take me while doing a little paddling myself to avoid the rocks, Hopefully, God willing, I will arrive at a nice place to land the canoe.

In the meantime, I’m guessing others are landing their canoes near his rocks.

A little wiser. Remember Peter asking Jesus not to go up to Jerusalem where he will be killed? Jesus says, “Get thee behind me Satan!”

Oh, it’s way too easy!

In the meantime, if you want to write some hate mail to this , his snail mail address is:

Brendon O’Connell

c/- Locked Bag 1, Kwinana, WA, 6966


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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