Robert Frederick Zenon “Bob” Geldof, KBE (born 5th October 1951) is a Jewish singer, songwriter, author, occasional actor whom the Zio–Marxist regime has elevated to spokesman for the global conscience. His widely recognisable trademark is convincing ever more destitute Europeans to part with their hard earned cash for the ‘poor starving Africans’-another charity front for international Jewry. Geldof was born and brought up in Dún Laoghaire, Ireland, a son of Robert and Evelyn Geldof. His paternal grandfather Zenon Geldof was a Belgian immigrant and his paternal grandmother, Amelia Falk, was a Jewess born in London. Geldof has received many awards including in 2011 an honorary doctorate of Philosophy from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel, for his decades of ‘charity’ work for the Jewish agenda. His daughter Peaches who died at the age of 25 of a heroin overdose was married to a Kohanim-the Jewish pop musician Thomas Cohen. Just prior to her death Peaches Geldof faced a criminal investigation for tweeting names that may have identified victims of paedophile rock star Ian Watkins. Bob Geldof’s ex-wife Paula Yates wrote that Geldof had threatened them repeatedly with the phrase, “Don’t forget, I am above the law”.