Power Unseen

Charles Frith - Punk Planning: JFK Blocked Nuclear Israel Before His Murder

The American people would be vastly surprised if they could see a
line-up of some of the “American business men” who hold up our
commercial prestige overseas.

They are mostly Jews.

They have a keen
sense of the value of the American name, and when in a foreign port you
stroll up to the office which bears the sign, “American Importing
Company,” or “American Commercial Company,” or other similarly
non-committal names, hoping to find a countryman, an American, you
usually find a Jew whose sojourn in America appears to have been all too
brief.

This may throw a sidelight on the regard in which “American
business methods” are held in some parts of the world.

When 30 or 40
different races of people can carry on business under the name
“American,” and do it legally, too, it is not surprising that Americans
do not recognize some of the descriptions of American methods which
appear in the foreign press.

The Germans long ago complained that the
rest of the world was judging them by the German-speaking Jewish
commercial traveler.

 The International Jew, by Henry Ford

The Zionist Entity Is Destroying The Holy Land for Everybody

Since the Occupation took control over land and water in the Jordan Valley, this ancient hotel could no longer be used. The beautiful natural resort and the life of the people in the area are being destroyed for Zionist geo-strategic interests.

Palestinian tourist land

Wadi Al Maleh, in the north of the Jordan Valley is rich in history,
plant life and natural resources.

Back as far as the Ottoman times it
was a beautiful tourist resort with natural hot springs, palm trees and
an historic hotel.

But that all changed when the West Bank was
occupied by Israel.

Today, it is home to many Palestinian families who
were denied the right to access clean water, electricity, cultivate
their land or even build homes.

Jordan Valley Solidarity has been working with volunteers
and the local community to establish a new way-marked walking trail along the
valley to highlight the natural beauty of the area, the uniqueness of its
wildlife, and the history of its Palestinian inhabitants.

The trail has been cleared and marked out ready for local
people and visitors to use, and a map is available to show the route.

It will be accompanied by information about the plants that
grow naturally in the area, their names, characteristics, and how they are
used. There will be educational materials about local animals and wildlife.
Volunteers have been collecting stories from local families, and this will be
accompanied with arts and creative projects.

Plans are afoot for the official opening day on 21st
November when it is expected that around 200 people from all over the West Bank
will come to learn about the area. It will then be available as a local
resource to be used for school visits so local children can learn about the
area and teachers can share their knowledge.

On 16th November work started on the building of
a small wooden-framed visitor centre with bamboo screens to shelter visitors
from the weather.

But, before the hiking trail is even opened, the occupation
forces have tried to sabotage it. On 16th November they came to the area whilst
volunteers were building a small wooden-framed hut for the visitor centre,
detained them and demanded that they stop the building. They forced the
coordinator of Jordan Valley Solidarity to drive his car to a nearby military
base, where they confiscated the car and ordered him to attend Huwwara military
base the following day.

This is not only an attack on the right of Palestinians to
conserve, protect and showcase their history, flora and fauna, it is also an
attack on their right to network and bring Palestinian communities together.
With the occupation having absolute control over the Jordan Valley, there is no
public transport for Palestinians. Without a vehicle Jordan Valley Solidarity
cannot bring together and support the many local communities it works with
throughout the whole area. Experience from when other vehicles have been seized
from Palestinians indicates that the car is likely to be kept by the occupation
forces for at least 1 -2 months. If they do return it they are likely to
enforce conditions. In the Jordan Valley they often force vehicle owners to
sign an agreement that they won’t use their vehicle in the Jordan Valley – the
place where they live and work.

The next day, 17th November, the occupation army
arrived early in the morning and destroyed the visitor centre taking way all
the materials that had been used to build it. They had given no warning that
they would do this and had issued no formal paperwork or demolition order.

Rashid, coordinator of Jordan Valley Solidarity said: “When
they cause us trouble it makes us stronger. They will never stop us. We will
continue doing what we do.”

Reversing the Zionist agenda

One may safely assume that Zionist organizations and agents in the U.S. are already hard at work with the Biden people to assure that no such reversal takes place.

As the U.S. and the world wait with anticipation for the Biden administration to take office, people with progressive agendas are feeling optimistic.

Teams working on immigration, health care, and the environment, to name just a few, are already at work preparing to move the United States in a new direction.

The one progressive issue where there is little optimism though is Palestine.

This is mostly because Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are both self-declared Zionists and because there is a history of total U.S. support for Israel.

But even though most American politicians are Zionists, Trump moving out of the White House presents a sense of a new beginning and should be used as an opportunity to change the paradigm on Palestine.

It can easily be demonstrated that Israel is a dangerous, even reckless state and that continued support for it only promises instability.

Israel is an apartheid state that is already on the verge of collapse. With over two million men women and children locked up in the uninhabitable Gaza Strip, hundreds of thousands of Palestinian citizens of Israel in the Naqab living without access to water or electricity, crime on the rise, and political instability growing, Israel is likely to become even more dangerous than it is today.

Furthermore, the Netanyahu government is tightly connected to Trump. In fact, one could argue that Trump’s entire foreign policy regarding the Middle East and Iran were dictated by Netanyahu.

Israel will, of course, vehemently oppose any reversal of the actions taken by the Trump-Kushner-Freedman trio.

One may safely assume that Zionist organizations and agents in the U.S. are already hard at work with the Biden people to assure that no such reversal takes place.

Still, Joe Biden will have to show that he stands by some, if not all, of the foreign policy agreements that were reached during the Obama years and later abandoned by Donald Trump.

He will likely have to do this even if it means Israel will be displeased. First and foremost would be a return to the Iran nuclear deal, also known as The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

The agreement with Iran was central to the Obama legacy, and Trump dropping out of the agreement pleased Israel to no end.

A return to the agreement will cause friction between Biden and Israel but since the entire spectrum of Israeli politicians – the one exception being the Joint Arab List – made no secret of their support for Trump, one would hope that some political payback is forthcoming.

Biden’s foreign policy team will also have to deal with the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel and the consequent moving of the U.S. embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem, as well as the U.S. recognition of Israel’s annexation of the Syrian Golan Heights.

Both were gifts to the Netanyahu government, both were diplomatic blunders that aided Netanyahu, and both will be difficult to reverse.

 
There are a few things that the Biden team will be able to reverse, though not without serious objections from Israel.

These include a return to funding UNRWA, the UN agency charged with caring for over five million Palestinian refugees.

Those refugees languish in camps throughout Palestine and the surrounding countries because Israel violently expelled them, stole their land and property, and then banned them from returning.

Trump stopped funding for UNRWA in order to satisfy his Zionist-laden foreign policy team.

The reopening of the Palestinian mission in Washington D.C. is another act Israel will not like but one might expect will happen under the Biden administration.

It was on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Oslo Accords that the Trump administration closed down the mission and did so in a manner that could not be less diplomatic, practically throwing out the head of mission, Dr. Husam Zumlot. Needless to say, Zionists were thrilled to see that there was no longer Palestinian representation in the U.S. capital.

Even if a new Biden administration ended up reversing Trump’s implementation of the above-mentioned policies, it would only mean that things had returned to where they were before, which was total support for Israel with a symbolic hint that some small measure of regard is given to the rights of Palestinians.

Progress will only come when it is made clear in Washington that no one can claim to support democracy and human rights while supporting Israel.

Support in congress

Support for Palestine is growing in the U.S. House of Representatives and with it the understanding that Zionist foreign policy, which dominates U.S. foreign policy, is flawed. Furthermore, there is a growing understanding that supporting human rights includes supporting Palestinian rights.

People are growing weary of the U.S. arming and financing Zionist ambitions, and it is not hard to see that Israel does not violate international law and human rights, but rather Israel is itself a violation of international law and human rights.

Every day that Palestinian refugees languish in camps is a violation of human decency as well as international law and the basic human rights of over five million people.

The fact that the homes, land, and property of these refugees were stolen by Israel after they were forced to flee by armed Zionist terror squads – that is an ongoing violation of international law.

Each day that Palestinians in Gaza remain locked up in the world’s largest open-air prison is a violation of international law and the human rights of the over two million people who live in the Gaza Strip.

These are just a small sample of the many examples that demonstrate why no one can be progressive while supporting Israel.

Moving past Anti-Semitism

Israel has armed itself with the weapon of “anti-semitism” and it is wielding it with great mastery.

The use of the IHRA definition of anti-semitism and its acceptance by countless governments and non-governmental organizations has created a shield that protects Israel from criticism.

 

This shield also holds prisoner any organization that has adopted the definition.

Having adopted the definition prevents the possibility of ever expressing legitimate criticism of Israel without being accused of anti-semitism.

In the U.S., this definition has been adopted across the board, even the United States Department of State has adopted it.

Still, when the facts are laid out clearly, even the weaponization of anti-semitism cannot protect Israel.

There is a change in the air in the United States and although the Biden-Harris duo has declared themselves Zionists, there is an opportunity to push forward an aggressive pro-Palestine, pro-justice agenda.

A long time ago it seemed that U.S. support for a country by the name of South Vietnam (yes, there was a country by that name once) was unwavering and would never end.

There was also a racist, apartheid regime that ruled over most of Southern Africa, and the U.S. government as well as American corporations fought hard against any attempts to boycott and bring it down.

Yet, South Vietnam fell, as did the apartheid regime in South Africa.

Biden and Harris may be supporters of Zionism today, but that can change.

It is the duty of those who care for Palestine to make their voices heard now louder than ever before, to organize better and push as hard as possible. Millions of lives are at stake.

Feature photo | Joe Biden, projected on screens, is applauded by the audience as he addresses the American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 2013 Policy Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, March 4, 2013. Susan Walsh | AP

Miko Peled is an author and human rights activist born in Jerusalem. He is the author of “The General’s Son. Journey of an Israeli in Palestine,” and “Injustice, the Story of the Holy Land

 

Why are ‘israelis’ different from everyone else?

The thieves took their little children along telling them “all this belongs to us…there isn’t anyone else” after the Arabs were chased and murdered out of their homes and neighborhoods. Is it any wonder the same children and their children see this as a normal way of life and the rest of the world does not, and I think these Israelis don’t realize that the rest of us are not taught this way and don’t see life this way…and worst of all, they are deceived about their identities. I know I’m of European decent in America, European ‘israelis’ have been taught to believe that they are Middle Easterners [just don’t happen to look like the rest of them]. How pathetic is that?

“The Eastern European Zionists are not Semites (though the Arabs are), have no Semitic blood, and their remote forefathers never trod Palestinian earth.” The British journalist Douglas Reed, former chief Central European correspondent of the Times, 1950.

Al-Musrara is relatively a small neighborhood that was built in different phases from the 1860 onward as the first residential blocks outside the Old City walls of Jerusalem.

However,
it witnessed a flourishment in 1920, due to the number of the primary and secondary schools, and most notably the constitutional School founded by Khalil Sakakini in 1909.

Two-thirds of the neighborhood was occupied in 1948, while one-third remained close to Bab al-Amoud “Damascus Gate” with the Arabs.

Golda Mabovitch aka Golda Meir lived in a stolen Palestinian’s home in Palestine. As did they all!

Before and after Nakba, many of the attacks occurred on the city’s dividing line where this neighborhood is located.

The occupation authorities settled Jews from the Arab Maghreb in that occupied part of Musrara after Nakba. Dozens used to live in one house.

For example, the Palestinian house, which was consisted of four rooms, used to be inhabited by 40 Eastern Jews, 10 per room.

This continued until the authorities took them out of these houses and placed them in overcrowded dwellings and housings that were built to accommodate them and settle the Western “Ashkenazi” Jews in the beautiful Arab houses instead of the Eastern Jews.

Not Semitic ancestry

The majority of Ashkenazi Jews are descended from prehistoric European women, according to study published today (October 8) in Nature Communications. While the Jewish religion began in the Near East, and the Ashkenazi Jews were believed to have origins in the early indigenous tribes of this region, new evidence from mitochondrial DNA, which is passed on exclusively from mother to child, suggests that female ancestors of most modern Ashkenazi Jews converted to Judaism in the north Mediterranean around 2,000 years ago and later in west and central Europe. In other words, they are not from a Semitic people.

This caused anger and resentment among the Eastern Jews. Which eventually led to the establishment of the Black Panthers movement in 1971, with the aim of bringing up a social revolution in the Israeli society due to the feeling of oppression, discrimination and racism of the Easterners in employment and services unlike the Westerners.

However, this movement and its rebellions were suppressed as well as ended in 1973.
The house in the picture was built in the late 19th century.

After Nakba, the israelis turned it into a religious school called Beit Ya’akov and later became a photography and Media School.

However, Israeli sources mentions something, when talking about this house:
(Perhaps a house for a rich Ethiopian man who built it for his lover or a house that belongs to a Palestinian family), and here we refute this narrative and emphasize the Palestinian property..

In 1925, Minister Arthur Balfour visited Palestine for the first time after giving the ominous promise of eight years.

There were widespread protests among the Palestinians, and the residents took part in demonstrations and declared a total strike.

They raised the black flags in the streets, alleys and houses.

Attached in the first comment the picture of the house owner raising the black flags on his balcony, refusing the visit of Balfour to Palestine!

SOURCE

Bizarre Zionist Entity in Palestine to seal Palestinian’s bedroom with concrete

10 November 1975: The United Nations General Assembly, Resolution 3379 determined that “Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination.” They should have established their own state somewhere uninhabited.

This criminal haven so called “Israel” does the weirdest shit. They withhold Palestinian bodies from their families, go into Palestinian stores and homes and loot the people without consequences, raid their homes with weapons and terrify the children, damage things in the home plus leave mud all over a house. Enjoy turkey shoots with Palestinian children in their neighborhoods and playgrounds. Americans would never tolerate any of this, and I don’t think most Americans know these things and the commonality of it. For “Israelis” it’s just another normal day.

Crazy Israel frequently demolishes the homes of Palestinians who are accused of harming, or even attempting to harm, occupation terrorists, despite widespread condemnation from the international community.

IDF night raids, an everyday occurrence in the occupied territories, ensure that Palestinians cannot feels safe in the one place where safety should be assured. Resisting these terrorists is considered “terrorism” by “Israel”.

Israeli security forces are planning to seal the bedroom of a Palestinian man who is suspected of killing a solider after a court refused permission to demolish the family home, local media outlets have reported.

The bizarre plan comes after a second attempt by the security forces to get permission to demolish Nazmi Abu Bakr’s family home was denied by the Israeli High Court of Justice.

The court, which is Israel’s most senior, said a demolition would not be appropriate because Abu Bakr’s wife and eight children were not involved in the alleged crime.

Instead, the security forces plan to fill Abu Bakr’s room with concrete, sealing it off but leaving the rest of the house intact.

Abu Bakr, 49, is accused of murder after he allegedly dropped a brick onto the head of an Israeli soldier who later died.

The incident took place on 12 May, during an early morning Israeli raid on the West Bank town of Ya’bad.

According to the indictment, Abu Bakr was on the top floor of a three-story building where he lives with extended family when Israeli forces arrived.

After hearing raised voices, he went onto the roof, where he could see Israeli soldiers  terrorizing and kidnapping Palestinians in the streets below, Haaretz reported.

READ: Israel to demolish EU-funded school in West Bank

Abu Bakr is accused of then dropping a brick onto one of the soldiers below, hitting Amit Ben Ygal. He was arrested and charged in early June with the “deliberate murder” of the Israeli staff sergeant.

Prosecutors have claimed in court that Abu Bakr has confessed to deliberately killing the Israeli soldier, but the defendant and his lawyers maintain that he did no such thing.

Transcripts of his interrogation, which were broadcast by Israeli public station Kan in June, quote Abu Bakr as saying that he “only meant to inflict wounds”.

The 49-year-old added that he had “made a mistake”; “It was foolish of me,” he said, emphasising that he “didn’t mean” to kill the soldier.

The foreign Zionist entity in Palestine’s only enemies are those they have massacred, looted and occupy in the region.

Israel frequently demolishes the homes of Palestinians who are accused of harming, or even attempting to harm, Israeli civilians or security personnel, despite widespread condemnation from the international community.

The practice was halted temporarily in 2005 after a military review found that the policy was ineffective in terms of deterring attacks, but it was resumed in 2014.

The occupation state continues to be condemned by senior human rights officials who regard the practice as an inappropriate penalty because it amounts to collective punishment.

In July, UN special rapporteur for the Palestinian territories Michael Lynk described the practice as “an affront to justice and the rule of law” which serves only to nurture “an atmosphere of hate and vengeance.”

Why did the Zionists Choose Palestine As It’s Homeland?

Industrial killing is no problem for these devilish people playing with the world and the people as toys on a map.

The value of the minerals of the Dead Sea is estimated at five trillion dollars. This estimate appears to be optimistic but it is supported in part by the report of the Crown Agents of the British Colonies entitled “Production of Minerals From the Waters of the Dead Sea“.

It is alleged that all copies of this booklet containing this report have been destroyed except those in the British Museum, Colonial office, and House of Commons.

 This official report estimates the minerals, except oil, in 1925 as follows: Magnesium Chloride, 22,000 tons, value 600 billion dollars; Potassium Chloride, 20,000 tons, value 75 billion dollars; other minerals valued at 1,200 billion dollars; or a total of about three trillion dollars, exclusive of oil (The Palestine Mystery, pages 12 and 13).

The financial backers of Theodor Herzl were M. A. Rothschild & Son of Paris and N. M. Rothschild & Son of London. Mr. Klein confirms the opinion expressed by Henry Ford in The International Jew, viz: That the protocols explain current history.

There can be no reasonable question about the authenticity of the protocols and the fact that they were adopted by World Zionist Jewry and that they represent the plan of the Zionist Jews for creating a World Empire.

The first and second World Wars were for that purpose and so, likewise, was the Jewish invasion of Palestine.

That was also the purpose of the League of Nations and is the purpose of the United Nations – all Zionist enterprises.

Arthur Balfour (C), former British prime minister, and Chaim Weizmann (3rd-R), the then future first president of Israel, visiting Tel Aviv in 1925 Jacob Rothschild said that a scientist named Chaim Weizmann went to the United Kingdom, where he gave this idea of forming Israel to a select group of people, including the Rothschild family.

Mr. Klein says further that the “American Group,” owners of 51,000 shares of Palestine Potash, Ltd., incorporated in 1930 under the name of “Palestine Associates, Inc.,” and that “at least seven of the directors of this corporation are members of the American Jewish Committee.”

He says that ex-Governor of New York Herbert H. Lehman has been honorary head of Palestine Economic Corporation for many years and that this corporation “owns banks, water companies, land holding companies, hotels, and agricultural corporations in Palestine.”

He says that these facts have been concealed from the Jews and that they have been used as tools by their Zionist leaders.

Henry Morgenthau, Jr. is now at the head of this corporation.

Holocaust hoax is what the Germans generally refer to Auschwitzlüge (Auschwitz lie)

The “Balfour Declaration” was made in a letter from Lord Balfour to Lord Rothschild.

This same Lord Rothschild was a member of the Zionist International Conference at Bazle, Switzerland in 1897 that adopted the Protocols.

This same Lord Rothschild was also a member of the British House of Lords that gave this huge wealth to Palestine Potash Ltd.

The Rothschild interests are at the head of political Zionism and they promoted the invasion of Palestine.

Their position in our government and financial system is such that they can bring about deflation and a third world war.

A Gigantic Steal

If Palestine has one fourth of its estimated mineral value it will enable the Zionists to control the destiny of the peoples of the world.

The Zionist invasion of Palestine is a gigantic steal and an infamous outrage against Christian civilization.

Under present circumstances it means a third world war and that the new state of Israeli will line up with the Bolsheviks.

The only way to avoid it and to assure permanent peace is to destroy the Rothschild agencies, – alias Zionist Wall Street.

It is indeed the best way to restore the solvency of our country and of the world, and to restore constitutional government.

The “Balfour Declaration” to Lord Rothschild and the gift of this fabulous wealth to him and his fellow Zionists is evidence that he and his fellow Zionists then controlled the British Empire.

If the British Government were authorized to give it to the Zionists they had the power to keep it or to give it to us as security for our donations, or to give it to the United Nations for the preservation of world peace.

They gave it to the war-promoting Zionists for the obvious purpose of promoting Zionism.

What the Holocaust™ Proves

George S. Patton, commander of the U.S. Third Army: “I have been at
Frankfurt for a civil government conference. If what we are doing (to
the Germans) is ‘Liberty, then give me death.’ I can’t see how Americans
can sink so low. It’s the Jews, and I am sure of it.”


Dangerous Liaison: The Inside Story of the U.S. – Israeli Covert Relationship

excerpt Magazine article Washington Report on Middle East Affairs

 

The premise is that there’s a side to the relationship between the U.S. and Israel which goes much beyond just the sentimental links and the links forged by supporters of Israel in this country.

What we say, what we explain is that there has been since almost the earliest days of the Israeli state and the earliest days of the CIA a secret bond, a secret link between them, basically by which the Israelis — the Israeli intelligence — did jobs for the CIA and for the rest of American intelligence.

You can’t understand what’s been going on around the world with American covert operations and the Israeli covert operations until you understand that the two countries have this secret arrangement. Andrew Cockburn

Two hundred pages into this 416-page fact-filled book, I recognized that it is the best compendium of information about the multifaceted secret relationships between Israel and private American citizens, and with the U.S. government itself, ever assembled.

This is reason enough to recommend the book. As I continued reading the second half, however, I found it also contained much information that was new to me, despite 30 years of full-time involvement in U.S.-Middle East affairs.

For a serious student of the history of Israeli dirty tricks, U.S. voluntary and involuntary involvement in them, and their results in making the Middle East into what it is today, there can be no more useful book.

This husband-and-wife journalistic team sketches in seven short sentences the essential fact about the U.S.-Israeli relationship that could give the U.S. the power to control it, instead of being controlled by it. Describing a contemptuous reaction by Israeli journalist Gideon Levi to a live-ammunition performance by Israel Defense Force soldiers on the Golan Heights for the edification of busloads of American Jewish tourists, the authors write:

“What Levi called the `masses of women with blue hair and pseudo-athletic men’ and many others like them back in the U.S. contribute at least $1 billion a year in private donations to Israel.

These donations are tax-deductible. The state raises another $500 million a year through the sale of Israel bonds. U.S. commercial banks lend an additional $1 billion.

Such generosity is dwarfed by the contributions of U.S. taxpayers overall, which amount to almost $4 billion in military and economic aid, at least, even in peacetime. All this adds up to well over $6 billion a year, or $1,300 for each and every Israeli.

Israel’s gross national product amounts to some $24 billion a year, so the country is receiving one quarter of its total income in the form of gifts from U.S. citizens, acting either as philanthropists or taxpayers.”

Closer to the theme of the book, the Cockburns point out that “the weapons trade accounts for almost 40 percent of Israel’s export earnings S1.5 billion a year.”

How Israel has developed those weapons, with stolen U.S. technology, and markets for them, by selling arms and technology to world pariahs ranging from South Africa to Colombian drug lords while the U.S. looks the other way, is part of what the book is all about.

Ironies of tiny Israel’s gigantic weapons trade are illustrated by the book’s description of Shaul Nehemiah Eisenberg, the richest man in Israel, who, the Cockburns report, “represents the ultimate confluence of arms, intelligence and political power.”

Eisenberg supervised modernization of the Chinese army’s weaponry, an upgrading of the entire Chinese tankforce, and even an improvement of the Chinese “Eastwind” ballistic missiles, which ultimately were purchased by Saudi Arabia, “whose defense purchases from the United States have always met with strenuous Israeli objections.”

The fact that while the Israeli government, through its Washington, DC lobby, blocks the access of major Arab states to U.S. weapons, it actually works with the other arms-producing countries which ultimately get the arms orders of some of the same Arab countries is the kind of thing that is unbelievable to most Americans, but carefully documented in this book.

The Cockburns present seldom-recalled historical facts. Most of the founding fathers of Israel “were born within 500 miles of the city of Minsk.”

The best known among them, Plonsk-born David Gruen, who renamed himself David Ben-Gurion upon arriving in Palestine in 1906, was “an atheist who refused to attend a synagogue; he adopted Zionism as his religion.”

Among those early leaders who became Israeli prime ministers, Ben-Gurion rival Menachem Begin’s Irgun Zvai Leumi had split from its revisionist parent group, Lehi, over the issue of opposing Hitler during World War II.

 

Israel Annexation Plan: Jordan’s Existential Threat

“A haunting reminder to all mankind of man’s inexplicable cruelty towards his fellow man.” ~King Hussein of Jordan

More than any other Arab state, Jordan’s past, present and future are inextricably linked to the question of Palestine. Jordan’s emergence is an outcome of British imperialism, which imposed the infamous Balfour Declaration and the Zionist settler-colonial project on the indigenous population of Palestine and the region. 

“ORIGIN OF TWO COUNTRIES They say Churchill said: “Jordan was an idea I had one spring at about four-thirty in the afternoon.”

The fact is that during the month of March 1921, in just three days, British Colonial Secretary Winston Churchill and his forty advisers drew a new map for the Middle East.

They invented two countries, named them, appointed their monarchs, and sketched their borders with a finger in the sand.

Thus the land embraced by the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, the clay of the very first books, was called Iraq.

And the new country amputated from Palestine was called Transjordan, later Jordan.

The task at hand was to change the names of colonies so they would at least appear to be Arab kingdoms.

And to divide those colonies, to break them up: an urgent lesson drawn from imperial memory.

While France pulled Lebanon out of a hat, Churchill bestowed the crown of Iraq on the errant Prince Faisal, and a plebiscite ratified him with suspicious enthusiasm: he got 96 percent of the vote.

His brother Prince Abdullah became king of Jordan.

Both monarchs belonged to a family placed on the British payroll at the recommendation of Lawrence of Arabia.

The manufacturers of countries signed the birth certificates of Iraq and Jordan in Cairo’s Semiramis Hotel, and then went out to see the pyramids.

Settler-colonialism is the essence of the question of Palestine. All else is derivative.

Jordan emerged out of this historical reality, and therefore, its present and future will always be subject to it.

The founder of present-day Jordan, Emir Abdullah bin Al-Hussein, successfully carved a new sovereign space in Transjordan.

But this was only possible because of his cooperation with British imperialism and “collusion” with Zionist settler-colonialism.

This tacit relationship resulted in mutual restraint between Jordan and Israel, even during their direct military confrontations.

National security interest

In 1994, Jordan and Israel signed the Wadi Araba peace treaty, turning their tacit understandings and secretive relationship into an official peace between the two countries – even if an unpopular one.

This peace treaty would have been inconceivable without the 1993 Oslo Accord and the implied promise of Israel’s withdrawal from the West Bank and Gaza, which were occupied in 1967 from Jordan and Egypt respectively, to establish an independent Palestinian state.

Land repatriation and Palestinian statehood hold a high national security interest for Jordan.

Only the achievement of these two conditions can halt the border elasticity of the Israeli state and its expansion eastwards, which poses grave geographic and demographic threats to the Hashemite kingdom.

Besides the strategic significance, a Palestinian state would allow a substantial number of Palestinian refugees displaced in 1967 to return to the West Bank, in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 237.

Yet, not only have neither of the two conditions been realized, but regional and international political dynamics have changed since 1994.

 In Israel, the political landscape has dramatically shifted to the far right, fueling the settler-colonial practice of creating “facts on the ground” that make the prospect of Palestinian statehood and self-determination via the “peace process” a remote fantasy.

The political and material developments on the ground are complemented by complex regional and international dynamics. In particular, the Trump administration has taken a new approach towards most international conflicts, especially in the Middle East.

The Trump-Netanyahu plan (aka “the deal of century”) for Israel-Palestine promotes Israeli colonization/annexation of the West Bank and sovereignty over the entirety of historic Palestine, as well as the Syrian Golan Heights.

Shifting geopolitics

Even worse for Jordanians and Palestinians, this plan enjoys the support of influential Arab states, especially Saudi Arabia and the UAE, which have stepped up their political rapprochement and normalization with Israel.

The EU, a staunch supporter and sponsor of the so-called peace process and two-state solution, failed not only to reach a common position on the US plan, but also to condemn Israel’s plans to officially annex any part of the West Bank.

Amid the changing international and regional politics, Jordan’s alliance with the US and EU has been a letdown. Jordan has become a victim of its own foreign and security policy, which has grown interlinked with the US and, more recently, the EU.

While half of this alliance, the US, is promoting Israel’s annexation and sovereignty over Palestine, the other half, the EU, is unwilling to act decisively.

The annexation is planned to take place while the entire world, including Jordanians and Palestinians, and the media are exhausted by the coronavirus pandemic.

It provides the needed distraction for Israel to complete the annexation quietly, without effective local and international scrutiny and resistance.

Covid-19 has further entrenched the nationalist-driven trend in the Middle East. Even before the outbreak, the Arab world was consumed by domestic concerns, showing few qualms about the Trump-Netanyahu plan or recognition of Israel’s sovereignty over Jerusalem and the Golan Heights.

Israeli expansionism

The feeble Arab (including Palestinian and Jordanian) and international response to the US recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and the relocation of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, has encouraged Israel and the US to press ahead and turn Israel’s de facto sovereignty over all of Palestine into de jure.

While this is all illegal under international law, it is a mistake to believe that empirical reality and time will not deflect, strain and fracture international law and legality.

Since 1967, the Israeli strategy has pivoted on two parallel components: empirical colonization on the ground, coupled with the facade of a “peace and negotiations” public relations campaign to obfuscate the settler-colonial structure and market it to the international community, as well as Arab regimes.

With this strategy, Israel has expanded in the region both territorially, by de facto taking over Arab land, and politically, through overt and covert relations with most of the Arab states.

Only formal territorial annexation and gradual de-Palestinisation remains.

The formal annexation of the West Bank, especially the Jordan Valley, officially torpedoes the century-old Jordanian foreign and security strategy of cooperation with its imperial patrons (Britain, then the US) and the Zionist movement, which evolved into a Jordanian-Israeli peace with an expected Palestinian buffer state between the two.

Another ethnic cleansing

It also puts Jordan face-to-face with a new reality with alarming cartographic and demographic consequences.

The chances of another ethnic cleansing become a palpable prospect under the formulae of official annexation and a Jewish statehood in the entirety of Palestine, as articulated in the 2018 nation-state law meant to ensure a Jewish majority.

This is very much tied in with Jordanian fears grounded in previous (1948, 1967) and current experiences of forced migration in the Middle East.

Against this backdrop, another ethnic cleansing in the West Bank, forcing a large number of Palestinians to flee to Jordan, is a real possibility.

The transfer and elimination of Palestinians from Palestine are embedded in the settler-colonial structure of the Israeli state, which looks at Jordan as their alternative homeland.

While another population flow would be catastrophic for Palestinians, it would also adversely affect Jordan’s stability and future.

Beyond annexation, the Hashemite regime is witnessing a contestation of its custodianship of the Muslim and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, which constitute a significant source of legitimacy for the regime.

Even on this matter, the US plan unequivocally appoints Israel as the “custodian of Jerusalem”.

After five decades, Israel’s grip over and presence in the West Bank is ubiquitous and entrenched. Most of the West Bank is empirically annexed and Judaised, especially the Jordan Valley, Greater Jerusalem, parts of Hebron and Gush Etzion. The pretence of the peace process and negotiations has thus become superfluous.

‘Considering all options’ 

Only against this background may one understand the depth of the trepidations that underlie the warning of King Abdullah II that the Israeli annexation will trigger a “massive conflict” with Jordan and that he is “considering all options” in response.

This warning does not reveal a strategy to respond to what constitutes a “direct threat to Jordan’s sovereignty and independence”, as the former foreign minister of Jordan, Marwan Muasher, put it.

It displays, however, the difficult decisions that have to be taken. Indeed, King Hussein was prepared to discontinue the Jordanian-Israeli peace treaty had Israel refused to supply the antidote for the poison its agents had used in an attempt to assassinate Khaled Meshaal, the former head of Hamas, in 1997.

It remains to be seen whether the termination or suspension of this treaty and the realignment of alliances are currently options for Jordan.

The Jordanian response to Covid-19 has generated a unique, popular rally around the state – a perfect opportunity to conduct serious reforms to stamp out corruption and involve citizens in the decision-making process, in order to forge a nationally grounded response to Israel’s planned annexation of the West Bank.

Historically, the survival of the Hashemite kingdom has been at stake several times.

But today, Jordan finds itself in an unprecedented political, security, economic and health emergency.

Whatever domestic, economic and foreign-policy decisions – or indecisions – that Jordan takes are likely to leave a long-lasting mark on the future of Jordan and the question of Palestine.

Such existential decisions must be collective, with broader national consensus and real citizen participation.

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No One Speaks for Palestinians

Injustice Anywhere is a Threat to Justice Everywhere! “israel” has to go!

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Colonial struggle can hardly be considered a “conflict.” To be sure, it generates conflict between the colonist usurpers and the indigenous population, yet colonialism is a unilateral process.

It isn’t two “sides” entering into a violent confrontation over differing interests or agendas, but one powerful actor invading another people’s territory to either exploit it or take it over. There is no symmetry of power or responsibility.

In settler colonialism, which Zionism represents, the natives are destined to be eliminated either physically or by being displaced and marginalized. It is therefore more accurate to portray a colonial situation as an asymmetric invasion that meets inevitable resistance.

French president praises normalization of ties during phone call with PA leader, says it will advance peace and asserts Israel-Palestinian accord ‘remains a priority’

Arab countries have for decades conditioned normalization with Israel on a peace deal with the Palestinians, and last week’s announcement appeared to mark a shift in that approach, drawing anger from the Palestinian leadership. More Arab countries are reported to be considering formalizing ties.

In a tweet, Macron said he told Abbas “of my determination to work for peace in the Middle East,” and said the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks “remains a priority.”

Macron also voiced his backing for the normalization of ties between Israel and the UAE, which has been blasted by the PA as a “despicable decision” and a betrayal.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his office in Jerusalem on a phone call with UAE leader Mohammed Bin Zayed on August 13, 2020. (Kobi Gideon/PMO)

During Sunday’s call, “Macron said that his country welcomed the [Israel-UAE] agreement because it will contribute to pushing the peace process forward, reiterating the need to reach a political solution in accordance with the two-state solution and international law,” according to the official PA Wafa news agency.

Abbas, however, railed against the agreement, “stressing that neither the Emirates nor any other country has the right to speak on behalf of the Palestinian people,” adding that in the event that any other Arab country takes a similar step, “we will take the same position that we have taken towards the Emirates, and will not accept using the Palestinian cause as an excuse for normalization of relations or for any other reason,” the Wafa report said.

Abbas also noted that contrary to the UAE’s claim, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not rule out moving ahead with West Bank annexation in the future.

Abbas had called an emergency meeting in response to the agreement, while the PA recalled its ambassador to the UAE in protest of the deal. Palestinian terror groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad also denounced the agreement, which was mediated by the United States.

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at his headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah on May 7, 2020. (Nasser Nasser/Pool/AFP)

Abu Dhabi has sought to portray its action as first and foremost benefiting the Palestinians, as it puts off and possibly cancels Israel’s plans to annex parts of the West Bank.

Netanyahu said in a statement on Sunday that he expects “additional countries” to normalize their ties with Israel after the agreement with the UAE, and that it will eventually also drive peace with the Palestinians.

“This is a historic step that advances peace with the Arab world, and eventually will also promote peace — real, secure and supervised peace — with the Palestinians,” Netanyahu said.

The other countries expected to possibly reach agreements with Israel include Morocco, Sudan, and Bahrain.

Netanyahu insisted Thursday that his plan to apply Israeli sovereignty to some 30 percent of the West Bank, covering major settlement blocks and the Jordan Valley, had been only “temporarily halted” at the request of US President Donald Trump, but that he remained “committed” to implementing it in full coordination with the US.

Annexation of West Bank settlements and the Jordan Valley had been a campaign promise of Netanyahu’s over three elections in the past 16 months. It is part of Trump’s Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, which has been embraced by Israel and rejected by the Palestinians.

Operation Dani: Lydda and Ramle Remembered in light of recent atrocities in Gaza

The massacres of Lydda and Ramle must be remembered not as remnants of the past, but as an act of aggression that has continued with varying regularity throughout the life of the Israeli state.

Jews stole Palestine Lydda Airport

Some of the soldiers threw hand grenades into Arab houses. One fired an anti-tank shell into the small mosque. In thirty minutes, two hundred and fifty Palestinians were killed. Zionism had carried out a massacre in the city of Lydda.

The occupation

“israel” was founded on the ruins of Palestinian society.  Along the way in that Zionist quest, many massacres occurred, many lives were lost, dispossessed, and many villages were destroyed. 

Some 90 percent of the Palestinians living in historic Palestine were driven out, many by psychological warfare and/or military pressure. 

Well-known and widely documented examples of outright expulsion include the Palestinian towns of Lydda and Ramle, located roughly halfway between Jaffa and Jerusalem.

Operation “Dani” was the codename given for Zionist aggression against Lydda and Ramle from July 11-14. 

The massacres of Lydda and Ramle account for approximately 10 percent of the entire Palestinian exodus from 1947-1949, the period commencing from the incompetent, naïve, and non-consensual UN partition of historic Palestine on November 29 1947 and ended more or less after the Armistice agreements between Israel and the neighboring Arab states in 1949. 

The ethnic cleansing of Palestine has continued every since.  It is significant to note that Lydda and Ramle were clearly within the designated Arab State per the UN Partition plan of 1947.

Ben-Gurion and three senior army officers, Yigal Allon, Moshe Dayan, and Lieutenant-Colonel Yitzhak Rabin were directly involved in the massacres. 

Yitzhak Rabin, Operation Dani head of Operations and the face of the so-called Israel-Palestine “peace process” nearly 50 years later, issued the following order: “The inhabitants of Lydda must be expelled quickly without attention to age.”

(Palestinian Refugees: The Right of Return, Edited by Naseer Aruri). A similar order was issues at the same time to the Kiryati Brigade concerning the Palestinian inhabitants of the neighboring town of Ramle.

According to Israeli historian Yoav Gelber,

“Deir Yassin (another massacre) was not the worst of the war’s atrocities . . . the massacre of approximately 250 Arabs in Lydda … took place following capitulation and not in the midst of combat”

Palestinians being expelled from Lydda in 1948 during Operation Dani. (Palmach archive).
Palestinians being expelled from Lydda in 1948 during Operation Dani. (Palmach archive).

(Nur Masalha, The Palestine Nakba: Decolonising History, Narrating the Subaltern, Reclaiming memory). 

One official Israeli source put the casualty figures at 250 dead, with an estimated 350 more in the subsequent expulsion and forced march of the townspeople.  On May 6 1992, new revelations were published concerning the terrorist atrocities committed by the Palmah forces at Lydda. 

After Lydda gave up the fight, a group of stubborn Arab fighters barricaded themselves in the Dahmash Mosque; the Israeli army gave an order to fire a number of shells at the mosque. 

The soldiers who forced their way into the mosque were surprised to find no resistance.  Under the destroyed walls of the mosque they found the remains of the Arab fighters. 

A group of between twenty and fifty Arab civilians was brought to clean up the mosque and bury the remains.  After they had finished their work, they were shot in the graves they had dug.

Just like their Nazi brethren

Make no mistake about it, the innocent sounding Operation Dani was nothing short of a brutal terrorist attack on a defenseless civilian population, reminiscent of the most recent Zionist aggression against the defenseless civilian population of the besieged Gaza, otherwise known as the most densely populated ghetto in the world per square mile, or the world’s “open air prison.” 

Initiated under the guise of Operation Protective Edge, this is merely another attempt at humiliating and dehumanizing the Palestinian residents of Gaza, most of whom are refugees of 1948.  The major distinction being that today Israel is a much stronger military power backed by the one and only superpower (i.e. The United States of America). 

Israel’s weaponry is much more sophisticated and destructive than in the past, whereas Palestinians have only grown weaker as the power disparity continues to widen in Israel’s favor, but yet Israel is the victim.  What is most shocking is that Israel’s claim of self-defense is presented in US mainstream media as logical and warranted.

The only problem with that presentation is that it is not based on reality, but Zionist fantasy, the same fantasy that claimed Palestine was “uninhabited,” “virgin,” “uncharted,” “undiscovered,” a “wasteland,” “wilderness,” “untamed,” “unoccupied,” etc… despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary. 

What is occurring in Gaza at this present moment is nothing short of a massacre.  But so long as the Orwellian characterization of Palestinians as “savages,” “heathens,” “barbarians,” “uncivilized,” “primitives,” or my favorite, “terrorists,” persists, the massacre will continue as a justifiable action by the “only democracy in the Middle East,” the civilized side of the conflict. 

However, the only side in this conflict that can rightly claim self-defense is the defenseless.  If you do not know which side that is, watch and read what is happening in Gaza right now.  How about a simple scoreboard:  Palestinians deaths 90+, Israeli deaths 0.

The massacres of Lydda and Ramle must be remembered not as remnants of the past, but as an act of aggression that has continued with varying regularity throughout the life of the Israeli state. 

Yitzhak Rabin has been heralded as a man of peace, the man who provided formal recognition to the Palestine Liberation Organization.  A lot of hope and inspiration was placed in Yitzhak Rabin as if he was not the same crusher of the first Intifada and dispossessor of thousands of Palestinians from Lydda and Ramle. 

Just as in Lydda and Ramle, Rabin found no resistance in formulating a “peace process” that he knew himself would not produce peace, but an extension of Israel’s occupation. 

Rabin recalled how Ben-Gurion had first called him in to his office to discuss the fate of both Lydda and Ramle: “Yigal Alon asked: what is to be done with the population? 

Ben-Gurion waved his hand in a gesture that said: Drive them out!”  The man of peace did exactly that.

In the “Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine,” Israeli historian Ilan Pappe writes: “as recently as 1987, as minister of defence, he had ordered his troops to break the bones of Palestinians who confronted his tanks with stones in the first Intifada; he had deported hundreds of Palestinians as prime minister prior to the Oslo Agreement, and he had pushed for the 1994 Oslo B agreement that effectively caged the Palestinians in the West Bank into several Bantustans.”

Moreover, the illegal wall built by Israel to separate the West Bank from itself is not a post-Rabin era phenomenon. 

Rabin himself closed off the West Bank and Gaza from Israel proper in late March 1993.  His vision was effectuated less than a decade later.

Our media has reversed cause and effect, victim and perpetrator, occupier and occupied and have humanized one side while purposely dehumanizing the other. 

Such misrepresentations parallel that of the reporting on Lydda and Ramle. 

Two foreign journalists, Keith Wheeler of The Chicago Sun Times and Kenneth Bilby of The New York Herald Tribune, observed the sights of Lydda and Ramle. 

Apparently these Americans were invited by the Israeli forces to accompany them in the attack, what today we would call “embedded” correspondents.  Wheeler wrote: “practically everything in their [Israeli forces] way died. 

Riddled corpses lay by the roadside.”  Bilby reported seeing “the corpses of Arab men, women and even children strewn about in the wake of the ruthlessly brilliant charge.” 

Wheeler neglected to report the number of Palestinians killed and Bilby’s description alone evinces his view of the massacres (i.e. ruthlessly brilliant). 

The reporting was absolutely one-sided.  Sound familiar?  The reporting on the recent atrocities in Gaza is scarce to begin with, but blatant misreporting highlights the opacity with which our media operates

ABC’s Diane Sawyer illustrated the point quite emphatically by misleading the public into thinking Israeli society is on the verge of infrastructural and human collapse, when it is Palestinian society undergoing that experience.  Where is the outcry?

Zionist Lies: Taking the World for a Ride

2 June 2015 – Israeli soldiers kick and beat an elderly Palestinian man as they evict his family and demolish their home in East Jerusalem

Every terrorist organization since then has been a creation of the Israeli Mossad. From AlQaeda’s 9/11 to ISIS/ISIL/IS’s reign of terror in the Middle East and Europe, every act of terror has Israel behind it.

Zionist Jews introduced terrorism in the Middle East, built Israel with it, and are taking the world for a ride using it.

 

The hotel after the bombing

Their first major salvo came when they bombed the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, Palestine on July 22nd, 1946. It was carried out by Jewish terrorists under the Irgun name.

Their target was the British administrative headquarters for Palestine, which was housed in the southern wing of the Hotel. Ninety-one people of various nationalities were killed and 46 injured.

Their second most important salvo materialized when in 1948 Jewish terrorists forced hundreds of thousands of Palestinians out of their homes and into neighboring Arab countries, while massacring thousands upon thousands. Said terrorist undertaking was called the Nakba, and gave birth to Israel.

“Israeli vans with loudspeakers drove through the streets ordering all the inhabitants to evacuate immediately, and such as were reluctant to leave were forcibly ejected from their homes by the triumphant Israelis whose policy was now openly one of clearing out all the Arab civil population before them,” recounts military historian Edgar O’Ballance.

“From the surrounding villages and hamlets, during the next two or three days, all the inhabitants were uprooted and set off on the road to Ramallah… No longer was there any ‘reasonable persuasion.’

Bluntly, the Arab inhabitants were ejected and forced to flee into Arab territory… Wherever the Israeli troops advanced into Arab country the Arab population was bulldozed out in front of them.” 

To switch the focus away from their terrorist acts, the Jews began to portray the Palestinians as terrorists.

“Israel has been demonizing Muslims for 60 years and has created the image of Muslims as terrorists wearing suicide bombs…” reveals Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury.

Israel accomplished this by orchestrating false flag terrorism that they subsequently blamed on Palestinians. The two most famous acts that set the stage for their propaganda were the Entebbe Hijacking and the Munich Olympics Kidnapping – both fake.

Entebbe

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Idi Amin, then President of Uganda, and his Israeli handler Colonel Bar-Lev

Terrorism, as clamored by Israel, is never what they purport it to be. The BBC reports:

“It has been seen as a daring raid by crack Israeli troops to rescue dozens of their countrymen held at the mercy of hijackers.

“But newly released documents contain a claim that the 1976 rescue of hostages, kidnapped on an Air France flight and held in Entebbe in Uganda, was not all it seemed.

“The flight was seized shortly after it took off from Athens and was flown to Entebbe, where 98 people were held hostage, many of them Israeli citizens.

“A UK government file on the crisis, released from the National Archives, contains a claim that Israel itself was behind the hijacking.

“The operation was designed to torpedo the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)’s standing in France and to prevent what they saw as a growing rapprochement between the PLO and the Americans.”

In the end, all “terrorists” were killed. Dead men tell no tales.

Munich Olympics

Olympic Flashback Munich
Jewish terrorist concealing his face & pretending to be Palestinian (AP Photo/Kurt Strumpf)

Supposedly, during the 1972 Olympic Games, Palestinian terrorists kidnapped 11 Israeli athletes. However, the whole thing was staged by Israeli Jews themselves. From Vexman’s Thoughts:

“The admitted ringleader of the Munich Olympic incident is a man named Luttif Affif (alternate, Afif), also known as Luttif Issa (Jesus in Arabic). The last name Affif is strictly Jewish, in fact, very much so.

“It is a common Sephardic name (or surname of Jews from Arab countries). Lutif is not a common name, it is probably a bastardization of Lutfi (or Loutfi), which means ‘kind’ or ‘friendly’. It is also a common first name among Arabic-speaking Jews.

“Wikipedia admits it openly, that Issa’s mother was Jewish. But the most interesting part of Luttif Afif’s biography at Wikipedia is certainly the following, where his involvement in the Munich 1972 alleged attack is described:

“Afif spent most of his time in front of 31 Connollystraße chatting with either the German delegation or the young policewoman Anneliese Graes. According to Graes, Afif spoke fluent German with a French accent. She described him as ‘always polite and correct.’ When he was asked not to wave his hand grenade in front of her, he simply laughed and replied, ‘You have nothing to fear from me.’”

In the end, everyone was killed, hostages and “terrorists.”

“The Zionist approach that Jewish blood is the anointing oil needed for the wheels of the Jewish state is not a thing of the past,” explains Rabbi Shonfeld. “It remains operable to this very day.”

Subsequent Acts Of Palestinian and Islamic “Terrorism”

The most notorious of all so-called Palestinian Terrorists was Abu Nidal, also suspected to have been born of Jewish parents. Even if that was not the case, he was still a Mossad operative.

P Seale“According to Patrick Seale, Middle East correspondent for the London Observer and writer of many books on the Middle East, including a biography of Syrian President Ha­fez ai-Assad, the world’s most dangerous Palestinian terrorist was, in fact, in the pay of the Mossad,” writes Dean Andromidas.

Every terrorist organization since then has been a creation of the Israeli Mossad. From AlQaeda’s 9/11 to ISIS/ISIL/IS’s reign of terror in the Middle East and Europe, every act of terror has Israel behind it.

“I want Netanyahu to begin telling the truth, what the involvement of Israel was in 9/11,” declares Dr. Steve Pieczenik, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State. “Over 134 Mossad operatives were picked up on 9/11. The FBI picked them up [and] debriefed them.

“For as long as I have known the Israeli security apparatus — part fantasy/part braggadocio — they have always been in partnership with a host of terrorist groups from the very day that these groups were even conceived.”

DidyouknowThat’s because only Israel benefits from so-called “Islamic Terrorism” (i.e., Israeli false flag terrorism blamed on Muslims). With every despicable act of false flag terror, Zionist Jews can go on stealing more Arab lands, as well as deflecting the world’s attention from their war crimes in Gaza and their Apartheid regime.

In turn, this makes oppressing the Palestinians justifiable – especially as unrest is growing in the occupied territories. It doesn’t hurt either that every so-called “Islamic Terrorist Act” causes the West to clam up about the comatose peace process that the Israelis refuse to see through.

Conclusion

Charlie HebdoJesus’s peace and morality had been steadily increasing throughout the world, until that deadly, persistent Talmudic Ashkenazic Khazarian (aka Jewish) virus, which invariably hates the Prince of Peace and His followers, craves immorality, and engenders wars, began its terrorist assault on mankind, especially on Christian civilization.

A few decades from now, a generation will look back and label this anti-Christ period of Jewish terrorism and manipulation as a New Dark Age.

“israel”: Imposter State

Israel has been in the planning since the late 18th century, way before World War 2 – a war that was orchestrated by Zionist Jews in order to 1) favor their fellow Jewish bankers who stood to make a “killing” loaning money to Western Governments to wage war, and 2) finally give birth to Israel.

And what’s with this “act of reparation” business? Stealing another people’s country in the Middle East, which had nothing to do with what was going on in Europe at that time, is what you call act of reparation? Is that your sense of justice?

Besides, who’s going to pay acts of reparation to the Palestinians for what they have suffered at the hands of the Jews? Who?

Modern-day Zionist Israel is NOT the Israel of the Bible because it is comprised of converted Jews and not of Hebrews with whom God had the Old Covenant.

ISRAEL: MODERN DAY

“It is certain that there is no ethnic or racial continuum between the Biblical Israelites and the (Ashkenazic) Khazarians who lead the Jewish state.” – Gilad Atzmon, Jewish writer and musician

Israel was founded in 1948 on the stolen land of Palestine by Ashkenazi Zionist terrorists, impostors, and racists, pretending to be Hebrews.

They had lost their homeland Khazaria and were in search of a new land. So they flooded into Palestine before, during, and after World War 2.

Once on the ground, they created many terrorist groups such as the Irgun, the Stern gang, and Haganah, then terrorized, killed, and displaced the Palestinian population. Said dispossession is known as the Nakba.

Subsequently, these non-Semitic, non-Hebraic, non-Israelite, Ashkenazi Zionist Jews, who are not the descendants of Abraham, renamed the land Israel in order to reinvent themselves as Hebrews and hoodwink gullible Christians in the West.

“To your (Abraham’s) descendants I give this land….” Genesis 15:18

Street apartheid in Israel: Racist Jews walk on the wide side, Arabs on the cramped side

However, countless Palestinians were massacred, with a great many dispossessed of their land.

The majority of those who still inhabit the country are segregated and treated like animals in the ugliest form of apartheid yet, while millions more are currently refugees in neighboring Arab countries, waiting to go back to their stolen homes.

“Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbour’s.” Exodus 20:17

Zionist Jews, who claim that Palestine belongs to them, are simply barefaced impostors and liars pretending to be Hebrews in order to steal Arab lands.

They can’t possibly contend that Palestine, which they have stolen under biblical pretense, is their Abrahamic inheritance.

“The LORD was very angry with Israel, and removed them out of his sight… And the LORD rejected all the seed of Israel, and afflicted them, and delivered them into the hand of spoilers, until he had cast them out of his sight.” 2 Kings 17:18,20

ISRAEL: IMPOSTOR STATE

“Palestine belongs to the Arabs in the same sense that England belongs to the English or France to the French.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Israeli monstrosity knows no bounds

The Israelis love to muddy the water in order to take the focus away from the fact that they’re not Hebrews (all Hebrews are irrevocably dead) and have no right to the land of Palestine, a country they’ve stolen and destroyed.

They hoodwink the uninformed into believing that the Palestinians – whether a race or not (like Americans) – do not exist, when said Palestinians have inhabited Palestine for over 2000 years, 1700+ more years than Americans have inhabited America.

They also impose on the world their psychotic Islamophobia and unabashed Hebraic pretense, as well as creating all sorts of malicious lies and satanic-inspired false flag terrorism, in order to choke the truth and lure the weak-minded into looking over there (Palestinians???) and not over here (Jewish impostors and terrorists!!!). See Israel Is The Problem.

Unfortunately, a large number of people, especially brainwashed Christians, swallow the bait hook, line, and sinker, and consequently fail to see the following:

a) modern Israel is not comprised of the 10 Hebrew tribes like in scriptures; b) the country’s current geographical demarcation is not as delineated by God in the book of Joshua; c) the nation would be called Judah instead of Israel, with the Levites sheltered therein, if Jews today were of the tribe of David; and d) the modern impostor state of Israel is made up of Jewish converts who are not Semitic descendants of Abraham.

“To your (Abraham’s) descendants I give this land….” Genesis 15:18

However, Palestinian Arabs are Semites, descendants of Abraham; and therefore rightful inheritors of the land, not converted Jews.

ISRAEL: SCOURGE OF THE WORLD

“We Jews, we, the destroyers, will remain the destroyers forever.” – Maurice Samuel

In stealing Palestine, the Zionists didn’t just hurt the Palestinian people, they scarred the world as well, are scarring it now, and will probably continue to do so until the world puts an end to it.

World War 1: Britain was losing the war against Germany. The Zionists stepped in and bribed President Wilson to get the US into the war to help them.

In return, the Jews asked the British Empire to deed them Palestine to create Israel. Their wish was granted in the form of the Balfour Declaration of 1917, which cost the world 18 million dead.

During that same period, the Jewish Bolsheviks, who took over the Russian government in the 1910s, killed 66 million Christians, including 200,000 members of the Christian clergy, and destroyed 40,000 churches.

 

Fake-Hebrew militias kicking Palestinians out of their homes in the city of Ramle in 1948

World War 2: The Zionists fomented that war (just like they’re doing today with Iran and other countries in the Middle East), so that European Jews could feel threatened.

The deception worked as European Jews fled in droves to Palestine and took over the homes of Palestinians, who were evicted at gunpoint and then either massacred or driven out of their land into neighboring Arab countries. With enough Jews on the ground, Israel was created in 1948 at a cost of 80 million dead.

World War On Terror: Jewish neocons, in cahoots with their bought-and-paid-for politicians in the US government, perpetrated their act of terrorism on 9/11. Then they conveniently blamed it on Muslims so as to obtain a green light to destroy the Middle East using the armies of the US and NATO and the terrorist groups they finance, with the ultimate view to creating Greater Israel. So far, the death toll is 27 million, including Christians.

World War 3: With Russia protecting Syria and Iran from Israel’s Machiavellian design, will the Zionists succeed in bringing the world once again to the brink of disaster to create Greater Israel? If they do, will it instead bring about their downfall?

As befitting the deceivers and murderers that they are, the Zionist VICTIMIZERS of the world shamelessly camouflage themselves as VICTIMS, with Israel, their monstrous spawn, carrying on their blood-filled legacy. Indeed, apartheid Israel is a scourge, a cancer that needs to be dealt with.

ISRAEL: A PERNICIOUS STRANGLEHOLD

“Congress is Israeli-occupied territory.” – Pat Buchanan

Through deceit and bribery Israel’s devilish minions exercise a malevolent, pernicious, and insidious influence on the Church and on the US Government in order to keep Israel’s faulty foundation from crumbling.

“That stranglehold has got to be broken or this country is going down the drain,” explained Evangelist Billy Graham to President Nixon.

Not a Jew-HaterUnfortunately, once word got out that Billy Graham said that he shamelessly backtracked from the truth. “That stranglehold” he spoke of has injected a mortal dose of the anti-Christ venom in the Church and in America.

However, we cannot rely on the likes of Mr. Graham to biblically clarify things, since political expediency and popularity trump truth in their circle.

Therefore, we have endeavored through various articles to 1) explain the non-biblical and sordid origin of the Modern Zionist State of Israel, 2) look into the non-Hebraic ancestry of those who today are known as Jews, and 3) lay out the implications thereof. (see links of Articles below)

God willing, our undertaking will help people everywhere snap out of the miasmatic, trance-like stupor that has rendered them gullible, weak, and ineffective in the face of Zionist machinations.

CONCLUSION: BOYCOTT ISRAEL

“They shall raise their voices against the serpents (or malicious ones)…” Mark 16: 17

Jews encage Palestinian Children in Israel

Israel is a country that is revved up by the anti-Christ spirit of “Hate Thy Neighbor.” It has repudiated the Prince of Peace’s message of neighborly love and peace, and has embraced the genocidal spirit of conquest, terror, and subjugation.

The following quote should bring into sharper focus what modern-day satanic Israel represents, and why we’re following God’s command to raise our voices against it:

“Our race is the Master Race. We are divine gods on this planet.

We are as different from the inferior races as they are from insects. In fact, compared to our race, other races are beasts and animals, cattle at best. Other races are considered as human excrement.

Our destiny is to rule over the inferior races. Our earthly kingdom will be ruled by our leader with a rod of iron. The masses will lick our feet and serve us as our slaves.” Menahem Begin, 6th Prime Minister of Israel’s speech to the Knesset (24 June 1982), Quoted in “Begin and the Beasts” Amnon Kapeliouk, in The New Statesman (25 June 1982)

Appeal: Every conscientious individual should implement a personal boycott of Israel and everything made there.