There are clearly rainspots on the windscreen. He never touches the right stalk. The XJ has rain-sensing wipers.
The Jews are "Palestinians" too you know. There has have been a continuous Jewish presence there since, er, Biblical times. It's where they originated. But of course you know that, and are being disingenuous when you talk of them as only recent arrivals. They are the "de-facto indigenous people of the region".
The Jews that migrated to Palestine before world war two did so mostly legally. They didn't invade or misappropriate or trick the land from the incumbents (unlike say, the European settlers in the Americas). Sometimes they paid over the odds for marginal land that the current owners had no use for.
You state that "The Palestinians never migrated anywhere" but there has been Arab migration to the area now called Israel since the seventh century.
Hardware is cheap!
If you've eliminated the RAM, HD, and PSU (in that order) as the cause of the problem, I'd say just bin the motherboard and put in a new one. It might be a failing CPU, but IME this is pretty rare. Having said that, I tend to have a spare CPU or two lying around to check. (a low-end model of the right socket type; in my case a Pentium D 805; all my PCs are socket 775). Unless your PC has a relatively new and/or high end CPU, I probably wouldn't bother; You'll probably want or need to replace the CPU anyway if the board is more than two or three years old.
RAM, hard disks and PSU (and a discrete graphics card, if the PC has one) are all (relatively) easy things to test and swap out. What components on a motherboard can you easily test/replace? The CMOS battery.
"It means where there is ethnic profiling going on [-] disproportionate numbers of ethnic minorities get onto the database.
"It also means that a great many people who are walking the streets and whose DNA would show them guilty of crimes, go free."
Even people who visit the UK for just a weekend would be included. I bet the UK tourist industry won't be too happy."