|Featuring: Political, historical, religious commentary with modern Israeli music|
|Webcast Title: “Give Them What They Want”|
|Webcast Date: 05/09/2010|
|Length: 37:27 Minutes|
|(May 09, 2010) …Here’s an interesting tidbit connected to the foregoing ruminations on leftists of Jewish extraction. In Friday’s Haaretz weekend magazine, there was yet another article on the capture of Adolph Eichmann in March 1960 by mostly GSS people (not the Mossad) whose team leader was Rafi Eitan (the same who ran Jonathan Pollard a quarter-century later). And he told the interesting detail that three years before the capture, he had gotten leave to study Political Economy at LSE, the London School of Economics. That was in the fall of 1957, when the Russians launched the first satellite, Sputnik, and one of his classmates at LSE who raised a toast to the Soviets was none other than the mother of the current foreign secretary of the U.K. David Miliband. Another Red Jewess.
Miliband too, like Yitzhak Rabin, evidently came from a radically dejudaized family. Sometimes it seems as if the Jewish people is in a state of eternal civil war between lovers of HaShem and His commandments on the one hand and the rebels who want to be normal on the other.
It turns out now too that the head of the French imitation of J Street called JCall is an Israeli “yored,” one who “went down” from the country, left the Holy Land, David Chemla, which means “compassion,” which he has little of for his former countrymen. He settled in France and is the chairman of Peace Now in France.
In other words, it is the same-old, same-old crowd forever coming up with new groups to bash Israel under different names. Being chairman of Peace Now was not enough for David Chemla: he had to create JCall as well with the identical mission of telling the government of Israel elected by the people of Israel it is wrong not to give in to the legitimate demands of the Ancient Palestinians.
This is akin to what we heard last week from Nick Clegg is London. How much he respects the Jewish people, if not the government of Israel – and never mind the implicit insult. Since Bibi was elected in a democratic election with 60% of the voters voting on the right, these Israelis, according to Clegg, don’t know how to choose politically correct leaders. They may have a genius for a thriving economy – note the implied, subtle connection between Jews and money – but when it comes to choosing their leaders, they don’t know what they are doing, but Nick Clegg (like Barack Obama) knows better than the Israeli electorate. When it comes to foreign politics, the Jews are not the geniuses they are in other endeavors.
Worse, Clegg is on record against Israel’s “unjust abuse” of the Ancient Ones, as is, in another story, National Geographic. Did you see that on YNET yesterday? It seems there is photo exhibit in Los Angeles produced by National Geographic magazine and it blatantly accuses Israel of stealing water from the Arabs.
The title of the exhibit is “Water – Our Thirsty World”. It is evidently mostly environmental stuff, non-political, but there are 9 photos taken in Judea and Samaria, on the Kinneret/Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea; and the captions inform the visitor to the exhibit of Israel’s water crimes. According to a caption referring to the Sea of Galilee, “Since 1967 Israel has blocked Syria’s access to the shoreline” – which is a perversion of historical truth worthy of Obama’s Cairo speech. I was on that shoreline in 1965 and remember it well. Between 1949 and 1967, the Syrians never had access to the even one meter of lake-front shoreline. It was all Israeli territory according to the cease-fire agreement.
Now some may be surprised to read of National Geographic being involved in such a nasty bit of antiJew dishonesty but not yours truly. I remember them from 20 years ago running articles on the Ancient Ones and on the horrors they suffered at the hands of Israelis. National Geographic has been one of the most antiJew publications around.
There is no end to the sinister creativity of antiJews when it comes to insinuating themselves into every nook and cranny of our lives…
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