“Ever since the Jews invented the libel charge of ‘anti-Semitism’ in the 1880s (The word ‘anti- Semitism’ was first printed in 1880.’ The Jewish Encyclopedia, Vol. I (1901), p. 641), it has been built up with Jewish money, organizations, propaganda, and lies , so that now the word is like snake venom which paralyzes one’s nervous system. Even the mention of the word ‘Jew’ is shunned unless used in a most favorable and positive context.” (Charles A. Weisman, Who is Esau-Edom?, p. 63).

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Unwelcome Mat: Shameless "Israeli" Parasite leader Netanyahu

Secretary of State John Kerry called into question the Israeli prime minister's policy judgement citing Netanyahu's support for the Bush led invasion of Iraq.

By inviting Netanyahu to speak in Congress, is Boehner, and his fellow GOPers as well as their Dem allies saying that they are more concerned about meeting Netanyu's and Israel's priorities than those of the US, if the two's best interests differ?
Are they saying they won't listen to the democratically elected leader of the United States, but will listen to the leader of a foreign nation?  How is that not treason?
 Boehner should be arrested and beheaded as soon as Bibi lands.
Also, Kerry reveals here that it was Bibi who gave the Intelligence Lie's on Iraq. He gave American those lie's in plan view when he testified on the floor of the Congressional Floor of the Intelligence Committee! The same speech he is attempting to give now on Iran that he gave on Iraq FALSE intelligence HERE.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

New Palestinian city has condos, a mall and a sports club — but no water

What was Bashar Masri, the Palestinian American entrepreneur behind Rawabi, thinking? Like Occupiers of Palestine are going to play nice? Since when?
The myth is that Palestinians don't exist, in reality the ones still there are occupied until "Israel" extinguishes all of them. "The ancient land of Israel is "given to us by the Bible, not by some United Nations".  A peace agreement with the Palestinians "goes against nature."

2001 Gaza airport bombed by IDF for the fun of it.

"Thousands of visitors — including U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry — have visited over the years to see Masri unveil each phase for what Time magazine called “a shining city on a hill.” So?

RAWABI, West Bank — The billion-dollar, five-year gamble to build a new middle-class Palestinian city on a West Bank mountaintop was just about to welcome its first residents when the Israeli government decided this month to withhold a basic necessity: running water.

Before granting water access to the planned city of Rawabi, Israel — which controls the area that the water pipe would run through — wants Palestinian Authority officials to return to an Israeli-Palestinian Joint Water Committee. The Palestinians abandoned the group in 2010 because they don’t want to approve water projects to Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, which are built on land that Palestinians want for a future state — and which still get plenty of water.

The man-made water crisis at Rawabi represents a blow to the middle-class Palestinian community, which hoped to enjoy the city’s outdoor mall, restaurants, boutiques, sports club, swimming pool, multiplex theater and school system, as soon as construction can be completed.

Builders were ready to hand over the keys to 450 buyers almost a year ago, when the permission to turn on the tap was withheld, a delay they thought would be temporary but appears indefinite. But the finished apartments remain vacant, and a 12,000-seat Romanesque amphitheater sits empty; a downsized construction crew works on a slashed budget.

Bashar Masri, the Palestinian American entrepreneur behind Rawabi, says he has lost $25 million in revenue because of the delay, with an additional $75 million in payments frozen until he delivers the homes.

The project received hundreds of millions of dollars in Qatari financing, but now Masri said he is dipping into his own assets and slashing production, laying off 2,000 construction workers, engineers and office employees.

“We’re on the verge of bankruptcy,” Masri said in an interview at his office in Rawabi. “It has permanently devastated the project financially.”
The water holdup is a high-profile setback for the biggest and, some say, most hopeful development project in the West Bank. Thousands of visitors — including U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry — have visited over the years to see Masri unveil each phase for what Time magazine called “a shining city on a hill.”

The project has received $5 million from the U.S. Agency for International Development for roads and retaining walls.
But criticism is coming from both Palestinians and Israelis.
“There is no way to explain why Israel is withholding water,” said an opinion piece in Israel’s largest-circulation daily newspaper, Yedioth Ahronoth.

An aerial view of the Rawabi development construction site. (Courtesy of Bayti Real Estate Investment Co.)

Rawabi “is a bourgeois, well-kept, demilitarized island, free of politics,” it said.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin urged Israeli officials to turn on the tap. “We should be assisting them in the provision of water,” Rivlin said last week at a democracy conference in Tel Aviv. “Don’t we give water to the settlements?”
Rivlin, who in the past has opposed the creation of a sovereign Palestinian state, added that “Rawabi is in the interest of Israel.”


The Rawabi water spat seemed to be resolved in late January, when Israeli Maj. Gen. Yoav Mordechai, the Israeli coordinator of government activities in the territories, sent Masri a letter saying he had approved the water hookup, a spokeswoman for the general said.

But the implementation has been halted by Silvan Shalom, the Israeli minister of national infrastructures, energy and water resources, a lawmaker who has come under pressure from right-wing pro-settlement activists who oppose Rawabi.
Shalom said in a statement that bypassing the Israeli-Palestinian water committee could “jeopardize the foundations” of the committee, threatening “cooperation that is crucial to safeguard the water resources.”
“The Palestinians don’t recognize the legality of the settlements,” said Ihab Barghothi, the senior adviser to the Palestinian water minister. He said that new water projects to Jewish settlements are not impeded by the absence of the committee, which was set up in 1995 as part of the Oslo peace accords.
“They’re under the false impression that if the Palestinians approve settlement projects, we will give them some kind of legitimacy,” Barghothi said of the Israelis.
The United Nations and most foreign governments consider the settlements a violation of international law. The United States calls the settlements “illegitimate” and their continued construction an obstacle to peace. The Israelis dispute this and say they have a right to build in the West Bank.

From the start, Israeli conservative activists opposed Rawabi, which is expected eventually to have 40,000 residents in 6,000 housing units. Opponents began to lean on Shalom in the fall, after Israel’s war with Hamas militants, who aimed rockets at and built tunnels to Israel from the Gaza Strip.
“Qatar-Funded City to Arise in Israel; More Tunnels, Anyone?” read the headline of a column of the pro-settler Arutz Sheva news outlet in September, adding that the Jewish settlement of Ateret, near Rawabi, “might make for an easier target” than Tel Aviv.
The column highlighted an ongoing letter-writing campaign against Rawabi by Mattot Arim, a right-wing group that ranks Israeli leaders on their support for West Bank settlements so that Israelis can “reward” them.
It provided Shalom’s e-mail for readers to “make their concerns known.”
One of Rawabi’s Palestinian buyers, Amal Kaabi, 43, a Ramallah insurance agent, said she and her husband have made plans twice to move to Rawabi with their four children.

“They’re trying to play tough, but in the end it will be okay,” she said. “It’s a beautiful new city, and it will make the Israelis jealous of us.”
Masri, a Virginia Tech graduate, lived for 25 years in the Washington area, where he launched a career of building projects in Morocco, Jordan and Egypt. He began construction on Rawabi in 2010, when he was living in Ramallah.
“People thought we were dreaming,” Masri said.

Masri planned a secular city of 40,000, with nightclubs that serve alcohol and 3,000 on-site jobs, including a high-tech center where Palestinians would work remotely for firms such as Microsoft and Google.
“To most Palestinians, Rawabi is a symbol of hope and ability,” Masri said. “It’s about nation-building.”

When Mordechai approved the water connection in late January, Masri gleefully put the news on the cover of his development’s Rawabi Home magazine — “At Last, Water Problem Resolved” — and began to notify buyers of the 639 apartments that they were ready.
Masri flipped the pages on a recent day to the article: “Rawabi will soon come alive as hundreds of new families move into the homes of their long-delayed dreams,” it reads.
“We’re still optimistic and determined,” he said. “Rawabi is here to stay.”

Those who do not learn from history are doomed to 
watch stupid Hollywood movies about it.

“Thus the white men and Native Americans were able, through the spirit of goodwill and compromise, to reach the first in what would become a long series of mutually beneficial, breached agreements that enabled the two cultures to coexist peacefully for stretches of twenty and sometimes even thirty days, after which it was usually necessary to negotiate new agreements that would be even more mutual and beneficial, until eventually the Native Americans were able to perceive the vast mutual benefits of living in rock-strewn sectors of South Dakota.”
Dave Barry, Dave Barry Slept Here: A Sort of History of the United States
2 state solution? Right. Thieves don't give back without a gun to their head. “We'll make a pastrami sandwich out of them. We'll insert a strip of Jewish settlements in between the Palestinians, and then another strip of Jewish settlements right across the West Bank, so that in twenty-five years' time, neither the United Nations nor the United States, nobody, will be able to tear it apart.” - Ariel Sharon, 1973
There are not "two sides." There is one occupier, one ethnic cleanser, one apartheid state, one home demolisher, one land confiscater. Before there was Hamas, Fatah, the PLO or any other group, there was land theft, ethnic cleansing & massacre of indigenous Palestinians.

Supporters of Palestine must always relate today’s massacres to the original sin of colonization of the land which Israel has claimed for its own and the dispossession of its indigenous people.

Israel makes lots of money each time it creates a massacre of Gaza where it tests its many weapons on civilians. According to the new Israeli documentary, The Lab, and interviews with past generals who are now major arms dealers, Israeli arm exports increase by $2 billion per year every time there is an attack on Gaza where weapons are "tested".

2003:The Plan for Genocide in Gaza and Judaization in Galilee-- Israel has made it clear it has no intention of turning Gaza and remnants of the West Bank into any kind of Palestinian state. A senior Israeli analyst stated bluntly in 2002 that Gaza would serve as “the penal colony” of Israel, its “Devil’s Island, Alcatraz.”

This Palestinian prison is already completely surrounded by electric fences on land and sea access is blocked by the Israeli navy. A 100-meter strip on the Egyptian border, where Palestinian houses were systematically destroyed, will be maintained and controlled by Israel, and Egypt will be bullied into assisting in the policing of the prison. To activate this plan in full, the settlers had to be moved out of harm’s way.

Ran HaCohen wrote in early 2004: “There is thus no reason for Israel to sit inside of Alcatraz, with its endless poverty and water shortage, unemployment and hopelessness; let the prisoners run their own lives while we sit safely all around it and watch the prisoners perish”.

“Every time they have a cease-fire, but then everything comes back: the siege, the closures,” said Wedad al-Jarba, who was at the hospital, where her two-and-a-half-year-old grandson, Maher, was being admitted with a skull fracture. Israel “never agreed on anything real,” she said.

They are destroying Pax Americana for Pax Judaica

Those who planned to replace Pax Americana with Pax Judaica began plotting America’s fall even before the demise of Pax Britannica. The seeds of America’s collapse were sown at a meeting of Rothschild associated bankers on November 22, 1910 when they drafted legislation to create the Federal Reserve bank.

Never Forget

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Watch out, Israel...your existence depends on the apathy of the American public

Zionist Holocaust

The fact that some two thirds of the hated Jewish Councils (Judenrat) were Zionists, tells us something about Zionism, remembering that Zionists were only a small minority of European Jewry.

In Amsterdam as in Warsaw, in Berlin as in Budapest, Jewish officials could be trusted to compile the lists of anti-Zionist persons and of their property, to secure money from the deportees to defray the expenses of their deportation and extermination, to keep track of vacated apartments, to supply police forces to help seize Jews and get them on trains, until, as a last gesture, they handed over the assets of the Jewish community in good order for final confiscation.

They distributed the Yellow Star badges, and sometimes, as in Warsaw, ‘the sale of the armbands became a regular business; there were ordinary armbands of cloth and fancy plastic armbands which were washable.

The Real Jews Said It over a Hundred Years Ago!

" We have already shown that there has never been such a misfortune as Zionism and there never will be again. (Introduction to Daas Harabbanim, 1902, p. 22) Imagine how it will be if, G-d forbid, the idea of Zionism becomes a reality. Then the sinners will be kings, the troublemakers will be high officials, and the young snakes will be leaders. Then your enemies will rule over you!" (Introduction to Daas Harabbanim, 102)Rabbi Pinchas Eliyahu Rothenberg,rabbi of Piltz, Russiaf4f4c5 (c. 1902)