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“We told them (the British statesmen): ‘The Jews will go to Palestine anyhow, whether you want it or not. There is no power on earth that can stop the Jews from getting to Palestine. You gentlemen can make it easy for them; you can make it difficult. In making it easy you will derive considerable advantages for yourself. Help us and it will help you.’” Chaim Weizmann, 1919
The Jewish obsession for Palestine has led to the corruption of numerous U.S. presidents, from Woodrow Wilson up to and including President Obama — as well as Congress. Today Syria is suffering because of that obsession and corruption.
“Lloyd George, the wartime Prime Minister of Great Britain (WWI), testified many years later, in 1936, before one of the Royal commissions appointed to ‘inquire into the Palestine problem’ that the publication of the Balfour Declaration at that particular time was dictated by ‘propagandistic reasons.’ Lloyd George stated that the ‘Zionist leaders gave a definite promise that, if the Allies committed themselves to giving facilities for the establishment of a National Home for the Jews in Palestine, they would do their best to rally Jewish sentiment and support throughout the world to the Allies’ cause. They kept their word.’” Pictorial History of Israel (Thomas Yoseloff, 1958)
In return for getting Wilson and the U.S. into World War I, the Zionists received a commitment from Great Britain for Palestine.
Had the U.S. stayed out of the Great War, it most likely would have ended sooner (Germany sought peace in 1916 but England resisted knowing the U.S. was getting in). Hitler wouldn’t have emerged. WWII, the Holocaust, and the Cold War could have been avoided.
Photograph: Edward Jacobson leaving the White House on June 26, 1946, after urging President Truman to support a Jewish homeland in Palestine.
“The working class movement itself never is independent, never is of an exclusively proletarian character until all the different factions of the middle class, and particularly its most progressive faction…have conquered political power, and remodeled the state according to their wants.” Friedrich Engels
As a new grocery store in Jackson Heights, NYC, prepared to open this week, a ‘progressive’ city official publicly urged area residents not to shop there — because it’s not a “union” store.
The revolutionaries in America today are the new oppressors. At the heart of their ‘fight for justice’ is dishonesty, malevolence and greed — that undermines rather than promotes true progress and development, and ultimately is self-defeating for individuals and society.
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.” Amendment IV, Constitution of the United States
Yesterday a New York judge ruled (in the afternoon on the Friday between Christmas and New Years — when no one is paying attention), that the Obama administration’s surveillance program, which gathers up all the personal data of all Americans all the time, does not violate the Constitution. In other words it doesn’t meet the criteria for unreasonable search.
It seems that those charged with safeguarding reasonableness are the least capable of being reasonable themselves, and have in fact become malevolent. When human persons are reduced to meta-data, reasonableness is no longer an option.
Photograph: Stephen Wise
LE Observation: One of the legacies of Camelot is the notion that one can live a double life and be ok — ‘you can cheat on your spouse and still be a good president.’ Even with his many infidelities, JFK did manage to do the right thing in ending the Cuban Missile Crisis. And yet, in the end, it was most likely his and his family’s sins of the flesh, as well as Sinatra’s egoism, that got President Kennedy killed.
“An image remaining to me from the (Kennedy) inauguration ball…was of Frank Sinatra and his pack in a special box overlooking the festivities. Lounging in magisterial isolation above the excited crowd, Sinatra seemed not so much to rise to the honor of presidential favor as to deign to lend his presence to the occasion. A singer for all seasons, he proceeded to do the same for Ronald Reagan, as high above politics as royalty while transitory presidents arrived and departed.” Arthur Miller, Timebends (Grove Press, 1987)
The public-private criminal cabal, that coalesced around the Kennedy assassination, continues to thrive in the U.S. today.