The Israelis are a different breed apart from the rest of the world, because they have been brainwashed to kill, hate and fear since the establishment of Israel society. This is Israhell. They are not like anyone else. From their mother’s milk they are taught that they are not part of the human race, and so that not being a part of the human race is normal.
JERUSALEM — American aerospace contractor and maker of the F-35 stealth fighter jet, Lockheed Martin, is opening a “one of a kind” science-focused preschool in Jerusalem, with plans to serve Israeli children as young as five, according to a press release from Jerusalem’s municipality.
In May of this year, an Israeli military official openly bragged that “Israel was the first regime in the world to have used the U.S.-made F-35 stealth fighter jets in attack mode.” In December of 2016, Israel received the first two F-35s out of the 50 ordered from the United States.
Lockheed Martin invested over $1 billion in Israel between 2010 and 2017.
The new preschool will belong to a larger Lockheed Martin project in Israel that has already seen schools open in Be’er Sheva and Kiryat Malachi. The Kiryat Menachem neighborhood will be home to Jerusalem’s first location, which will serve immigrants, including those of Soviet and Ethiopian backgrounds. While all three locations are in socioeconomically weak areas, the schools have yet to serve Arab students.
The newest school will provide preschool and kindergarten students with computers and other state-of-the-art technology in an effort to “foster and boost advanced technology.” Expected to cost $250,000 and to begin operating during the 2018/2019 school year, the school will be the first of its kind to open in Jerusalem. Lockheed Martin, the Rashi Foundation, and the Jerusalem municipality will foot the bill for the school.
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Lockheed Martin’s Israel CEO, Joshua Shani, had this to say of MadaKids, the corporation’s Israeli STEM school network:
Our preschools are an Israeli innovation in every respect, and already delegations have arrived from other countries, like Korea and Germany, that are thinking of going in a similar direction.”
Shani has admitted that a partnership between a school and a weapons manufacturer “isn’t logical” but justified his company’s contributions to MadaKids by saying:
[T]he moment a commercial company wants to contribute to the community, it becomes worthwhile. We could have set up a research institute on military aviation worldwide, but we went in the direction of education because that’s what fires us up.”