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  1. Brother Nathanael November 28, 2018 @ 10:03 pm

    Trump Leaks ‘Israel Needs Saudi Arabia’

    Trump just can’t keep it under wraps.

    For with the killing of Khashoggi a lot slipped out and various voices have come into full view.

    Some want Saudi’s Crown Prince out; others say he should stay. Some want the US to pull out of Saudi’s war on Yemen; others say Iran wins the day if we do. But Golda would dig herself into another grave over this one.

    [Clip: “The fact is that Saudi Arabia is tremendously helpful in the Middle East. If we didn’t have Saudi Arabia, we wouldn’t have a big base. We wouldn’t have any reason, probably, I mean, if you look at Israel, Israel would be in big trouble without Saudi Arabia.”]

    There you have it, Trump’s leak of the day, ‘Israel needs Saudi Arabia.’

    But it flies in the face of Zionism’s wider aim, one that Golda embraced, that the Jewish State would be a promoter of Life in its role as a “Light unto the Nations.”

    [Clip: “And that’s why, uhm, we value life, not only our own. But just–we value life. And uhhhm this is our strength. Maybe one could say this is our weakness because the Arab leaders are not so sensitive to the, to the very question of life of having people alive instead of dead.”

    “We were, therefore, going to be in Eretz Israel where we could model to the rest of the world and make this Kiddush HaShem of what a human being is supposed to be about in this world. So that’s the aura the goy, that the goyim that Isaiah is talking about, that Yeshayahu anahvee is talking about, that we should model and project from Eretz Israel how to properly live, uhhh, mankind to live on earth, what HaShem had in mind when he created us.”]

    Sounds warm and fuzzy.

    But tell me, how does Israel needing help from Saudi Arabia—that wages war on civilians and starves children in Yemen—show mankind how it should live on earth?

    And if Israel ‘values life,’ yet is in ‘big trouble’ without Saudi Arabia’s help—with its grim and repressive Wahhabist form of Islam—then Zionism in its wider and original intent has lost its way.

    [Clip: “Who would not grieve at the shooting of Razan al-Najjar?

    Only an unfeeling beast would cast her murder as “just another ‘towel-head’ so who cares?”

    But while wearing the hijab, Razan—living for others, not herself…

    [Clip: “This is the tent where volunteers work daily. We volunteer here every day. We do this for the love of our country. It’s a humanitarian work. We do it for God.”]

    …was cut down in cold blood by ‘brave Israeli soldiers’ in securing their sinister hoard known as the Jewish State.
    The New York Times spins it their way.

    [Clip: “On June 1, Razan was fatally shot by Israeli soldiers. Witnesses say she was trying to help a wounded protester at the Gaza-Israel border fence.”]

    Witnesses, maybe false witnesses?

    It’s on camera for all the world to see.

    Here’s Razan raising her hands hoping Israeli soldiers would let her fellow medics treat the wounded unharmed.

    Her hopes were in vain, for she wasn’t dealing with human beings, she was dealing with cold blooded murderers.

    And there is no “Gaza-Israel border”—Israel has no borders—just military-occupation lines designed to steal more Palestinian land.

    Plans are now in the works to build Israeli settlements next to the Gaza fence…so, look for false-flags of ‘Hamas missiles’ justifying a military occupation and more settlements within Gaza itself.

    It’s called “Genocide Creep.”

    The killing fields of IsraHell have only just begun.”]

    Many Jews, some my acquaintances, with no religious ax to grind, agree with me on this.

    This one doesn’t.

    [Clip: “Earlier this week, MBS placed a direct call to President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, according to a person familiar with the call, and denied any involvement in Khashoggi’s disappearance. Kushner took an unannounced trip to Saudi Arabia in 2017 to meet with the young prince. A month later, MBS reportedly boasted that Kushner was quote ‘in his pocket.'”]

    Zionist Kushner in Islamic bin Salman’s pocket?

    That’s a Zio twist.

    But since “Thou shalt not kill” is fine as long as it’s done large, then Bobbsey Twins, one with a kippah the other with a keffiyeh, is a matching set.

    And why does Trump call his “Standing With Saudi Arabia” Statement, “America First,” when he highlights Israel’s security twice, and the perils of Iran, which poses no threat to America, thrice?

    He’s just repeating Bibi’s same old rant.

    Yet, there is a group with a religious ax to grind, who fractionally, agrees with me.

    [Clip: “Your most distinctive feature that I have noticed in seeing you in media are the signs you wear on your lapel. Please explain.” “This is a sign that conveys the message of what it means to be a Jew. As it says, ‘a Jew not a Zionist,’ and ‘Pray for the speedy, peaceful dismantlement of the State of Israel.’ And then it’s repeated, our site for people to go further and see the website. And it’s in Arabic, the same message.” “We are expressly forbidden to try to attempt to make any Jewish nationalism sovereignty, and this was respected and upheld by Jews throughout the trials and tribulations of the Inquisition, the Crusades, and every time period of Judaism when they were easily capable of buying land, they never did it, because they understood this was against the will of the Almighty, and this is not what it means to be a Jew.” Being that they created in Palestine their homeland, so now, they’re breaching every concept “Thou shalt not kill. Thou shalt not steal.” And it’s being done, creating rivers of blood–the cause of hate around the world.”]

    I’ve been saying the same thing for years.

    As a former Jew, I agree substantially, though not substantively with Weiss, that Zionism was ill-fated from the start.

    For, the rabbi is banking on a messiah who he hopes will come and make Israel a legitimate state.

    I wouldn’t hold my breath, Messiah has already come, and only the meek will inherit the earth.

    Jesus Christ—not ‘rivers of blood’ Israel—is the Light unto the Nations, and all who live in Him, have everlasting Life.

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  6. Brother Nathanael November 28, 2018 @ 11:17 pm


    Many have given up the fight against the WICKED Jew. I have not.

    This is a long war and I am in this to win.

    We have to be patient, the entire world is seeing the perfidy of the WICKED Jew. Give it time and their wickedness will fester into a worldwide BACKLASH.

    A day of reckoning is coming. Though it tarry, wait for it, it will surely come. +BN

  7. Citizenfitz November 28, 2018 @ 11:54 pm

    “The Beast and ten horns you saw will hate the Whore. They will make her desolate and naked and eat her flesh and burn her with fire.”

  8. Caveman2012 November 29, 2018 @ 12:10 am

    Bravo +BN, you did it again!

    Let us remember that there are TWO TYPES OF ZIONISM which battle each other, as already explained in 1935 by colonel Ulrich Fleischhauer in his analysis of the “Protocols”:

    1) Political Zionism (in German: Realzionismus, just like Realpolitik). They wish to have their own state -which they accomplished- and use it as a power base from where they attack/infiltrate/subvert the rest of the world.

    Among these Zionists are Theodor Herzl and the Jewish mainstream today. Furthermore, many Goyim are also political Zionists, the likes of John Hagee, most of DC’s politicians and even Donald Trump.

    2) Symbolic Zionism (in German: Symbolzionismus), who think that “the promised land” is the entire planet and do not agree to support a national state.

    Instead of Jewish nationalists, these symbolic Zionists are true globalists and cosmopolites, they love to destroy the nations from within. Prominent symbolic Zionists are Ahad Ha’am (Asher Ginsberg) and George Soros, to cite just two.

    One could see the two opposing sides of Zionism in the presidential campaign Trump vs. Hillary Clinton. While Trump was supported by staunch political Zionists, Clinton had the backing of symbolic Zionists and less Realzionists.

    It is not yet clear if these two arms of the Satanic pincer will develop into all-out confrontation, which could bring relief to the nations on Earth.

  9. KathJuliane November 29, 2018 @ 12:12 am

    God bless you, dear +BN.

    Thank you for yet another masterpiece of a Video exposing the international Zionist-Wahabi ménage à bozo between Trump and Netanyahu’s ‘Israel First’ agenda incorporating Israel’s out of the closet regional ally Saudi Arabia, exemplified by Kushner’s match up to Moshe bin Bonesaw like a pair of salt-n-pepper shakers.

    [Clip: “The fact is that Saudi Arabia is tremendously helpful in the Middle East. If we didn’t have Saudi Arabia, we wouldn’t have a big base. We wouldn’t have any reason, probably, I mean, if you look at Israel, Israel would be in big trouble without Saudi Arabia.”]

    Ergo, without Saudi Arabia, we wouldn’t have US bases there to defend Israel. That’s why Wahabistan is so important to “America First” doctrine because “America First” means defending Israhell against all enemies, even going against our better interests, because that’s what God wants Jewmerica to do.

    Just ask Vice Prez Pence. Onward Zionist Judeo-christian Soldiers.

    So, we are committed to defending Israel, even though we have no actual international mutual alliance and defense and security treaty with Israhell. In order to have one, Israhell must declare all of its borders, which it has never done, so that the US knows just what territory to defend.

    In any case, it is true, “the meek shall inherit the earth.” I can’t imagine anyone meeker and more long-suffering in the world than the extremely impoverished, little known Yemenis, who have lived their traditional mountain and high desert ways of life for centuries and are heirs of a great, ancient mountain warrior tradition inherited from a once great Arab kingdom in biblical antiquity — ancient Sheba.

    Yemen is so poor, their children are more precious than gold simply because of the high (20%) infant and child mortality rate in peacetime — not counting the death, widespread devastation and destruction by invasion by a foreign power and it’s other three horsemen — war, famine, and & epidemics and plagues.

    Zio-Wahabi Clown Prince Bin Bonesaw has pushed Yemen to the edge of the Abyss. The Houthis and allied rebel Yemen army faction and its advanced missile technicians are cleaning the Clown Prince’s clock.

    These modest, conservative, pious folk and mountain warriors who traverse hot sands and rocky terrain in their bare feet, and their allies in the Yemeni Army, are handing Wahabistan one military humiliation after another.

    Pompeo would have us believe that the Yemenis are too backwards and simple to come up with military strategy, tactics and technical engineering innovations of their own, and that Iran is in the thick of it.

    Not true. For decades, both the US and the former Soviet Union lavished hundreds of millions of dollars of military aid and weapons supporting this or that Yemeni party during the civil wars.

    Later, the US continued supplying military aid, especially in pursuit of ‘The Great War on Terror’ during the Bush and especially Obama’s Drone War years.

    Iran is not supplying the Houthis much, if any, in the way of hard military aid. They are drawing it all out from the military stockpiles at bases and arsenals throughout Houthi held territory. The Yemeni Missile Force is composed of professional missile engineers and operators, who have done incredible work (under battlefield conditions) re-engineering and retrofitting the old Soviet missile stock.

    Since much of Iran’s own advances into homegrown missile technology is ultimately derived from progenitor Soviet and Russian missile models, then Yemeni and Iranian models are going to bear similarities to each other.

    Just in from South Front:


    On November 28, the Yemeni Missile Force [loyal to the Houthis] launched a “salvo” of Badir-1 artillery rockets on a helicopter base of the Saudi military in the Kingdom’s southern province of Nijan.

    This was the first missile attack since the Houthis halted their missile and drone attacks on Saudi Arabia and UAE territories earlier this month.

    The Yemeni Missiles Force said that several Apache attack helicopters of the Saudi military were destroyed in the rocket strike along with an ammo depot. Furthermore, some Saudi pilots were reportedly killed.

    According to experts, the Badir-1, which was first revealed on March 22, is copy of the Iranian-made solid fuel artillery rocket, Fajir-5. An INS\GPS guided copy of the rocket, named “Badir-1P,” was presented last month.

    The Saudi-led coalition has not commented on the Yemeni Missile Force’s claims so far, which confirms that the rockets hit their targets successfully.

    The Houthis decision to resume their attacks on Saudi territory was likely provoked by the recent attacks of the Saudi-led coalition in the Yemeni provinces of Sadaa, Sanaa and Ma’rib.

    More on this topic:

    Houthis Continue Missile, Drone Strikes On Saudi-led Coalition Despite Peace Efforts

  10. randall November 29, 2018 @ 12:57 am

    Keep up the good work Br. Nathanael because you make logical and common sense connections that other conservative Talk show hosts either willfully or negligently ignore when it comes to Israel.

    When it comes to discussing Israel, a sudden “brain freeze” occurs in American talk show media and the main networks would not even consider bashing Israel especially when it deserves it.

    Many people believe Israel can do no wrong, and this kind of blind support only hurts the region and keeps Israel from playing nice with others.

    Israel is the epitome of the rich spoiled kid who gets what he wants, and drowns his pet hamsters and gets shiny new toys whenever he’s angry, and the servants are afraid to point it out to the parents.

    Sadly the parents know their kid is cruel and spoiled, but they still let it go on.

  11. KathJuliane November 29, 2018 @ 1:36 am

    IMEMC News: Israeli High Court Rules to Allow, Expand Use of Torture

    In a ruling that directly violates international law and conventions against the use of torture, the Israeli High Court ruled Monday that Israeli intelligence officers were justified in their use of torture against a Palestinian prisoner.

    The ruling sets a precedent for the future use of torture and the expansion of such techniques used against Palestinians held in Israeli custody.

    The case, which involved Palestinian prisoner Fares Tbeish, was brought to the Israeli High Court after lower courts ruled that the torture was justified.

    In 2012, the case alleges, Israeli officials from the Shin Bet intelligence agency forced Tbeish into stress positions, inculding arching and tying the body in the “banana” position. They also subjected him to severe physical and mental violence, including beatings.

    The ruling was made by a three-justice panel of Yitzhak Amit, David Mintz and Yosef Elron. The three judges ruled that no policy changes needed to be made, and that the current policy and practice regarding torture is sufficient.

    According to the Israeli human rights group B’Tselem, “In interrogating Palestinian residents of the Occupied Territories, the Israel Security Agency (ISA, also known by the Hebrew acronyms Shin Bet or Shabak) routinely used methods that constituted ill-treatment and even torture until the late 1990s”.

    The group states, “In September 1999, following a series of petitions filed by human rights organizations and by Palestinians interrogated by the ISA, Israel’s High Court of Justice (HCJ) ruled that Israeli law does not empower ISA interrogators to use physical means in interrogation.

    “The justices ruled that the specific methods discussed in the petitions – including painful binding, shaking, placing a sack on a person’s head for prolonged periods of time and sleep deprivation – were unlawful.

    “However, they also held that ISA agents who exceed their authority and use ‘physical pressure’ may not necessarily bear criminal responsibility for their actions, if they are later found to have used these methods in a “ticking bomb” case, based on the ‘necessity defense’.

    “Following this ruling, reports of torture and ill-treatment in ISA interrogations did drop. However, ISA agents continued to use interrogation methods that constitute abuse and even torture, relying on the court’s recognition of the “ticking bomb” exception. These methods were not limited to exceptional cases and quickly became standard interrogation policy.”

    In December 2017, according to the Israeli newspaper The Jerusalem Post, a court ruling made it easier for the intelligence agencies to justify torture – but such techniques still violate international law.

    According to Al Jazeera, “more than 1,000 complaints from Palestinians have been submitted to a government watchdog body over the past 18 years, but this is the first time one has led to a criminal investigation.

    “Many Palestinians are jailed based on confessions either they or other Palestinians make during Shin Bet questioning. Israeli military courts almost never examine how such confessions were obtained or whether they are reliable, say lawyers, contributing to a 99.7 percent conviction rate.

    “Last month, in freeing a Palestinian man who was jailed based on a false confession, an Israeli court accused the Shin Bet of using techniques that were “liable to induce innocent people to admit to acts that they did not commit’”.

    According to the Electronic Intifada, “The impunity extends to circumstances where there is strong evidence that torture led to the death of a detainee, such as Arafat Jaradat, a 33-year-old father of two who died after an Israeli interrogation in Megiddo prison in 2013.”

    Israeli legal scholar Itamar Mann told the Middle East Monitor that this ruling is “probably the most permissive as of yet in terms of accepting physical abuse as a legitimate method of interrogation in national security cases”.

    According to Mann, the court’s judgement means that “anyone who is (1) part of a designated terrorist organization (such as Hamas); and (2) is involved in armed activity, may be subject to ‘special methods’ [i.e. torture] if (3) no other way to obtain crucial information is available”.

  12. Kalin November 29, 2018 @ 8:16 am

    Amen, my Brother!

  13. Eileen Kuch November 29, 2018 @ 11:14 am

    @ +BN

    This is one of your best Video/Articles you’ve made so far, Br. Nat, and I wholeheartedly agree with you.

    Great job, Brother!!

  14. Brother Nathanael November 29, 2018 @ 1:41 pm

    Classic Line Of The Day

    “Cohen has so many different versions of the same stories, so by definition he is a liar and we can’t trust him,” Mr. Giuliani said of Mr. Cohen. “He has lied, so how can we believe him?”

    He added: “Cohen has just told us he’s a liar. Given the fact that he’s a liar, I can’t tell you what he’s lying about.”

  15. Brother Nathanael November 29, 2018 @ 1:56 pm

    Financial Times
    Beware sending Ukraine down Georgia’s path
    From Sir Tony Brenton, British Ambassador to Russia 2004-08

    Two points emerge from the confrontation between Ukraine and Russia in the Kerch Strait.

    The first is that the Russo-Ukrainian relationship, of late largely relegated to the inside pages, remains an unexploded bomb in the centre of Europe. While the west pursues its policy of ineffectively sanctioning and lambasting Russia rather than talking to it, the ticking will only grow louder.

    And the second is that the west needs to be very careful. The clear precedent is Georgia. Encouraged by mistaken but understandable expectations of western support, that country launched a disastrous attack on Russian forces in August 2008 and received the predictable bloody nose.

    A wise US observer noted at the time that while the west did not give Georgia a green light, it did give it “an insufficiently red one”. We need to be cautious that all our aid, military help and supportive rhetoric do not propel Ukraine down Georgia’s path. Unless of course we are ready this time to go to war with Russia to defend Ukraine.

    Sir Tony Brenton
    Cambridge, UK
    British Ambassador to Russia 2004-08

  16. Matthew/Boston November 29, 2018 @ 2:07 pm

    On a related note…

    FINALLY, a Washington politician steps forward and stands up to Israel and its powerful subversive lobby in America!

    The Honorable Senator Rand Paul steps forward in an attempt to block codification of the 38 billion Memorandum of Understanding no-good Obama promised Israel while he was in office.

    A baby-step toward getting this parasite off America’s neck and a giant leap from the status quo at the same time!

    Please call Senator Paul’s office at 202-224-4343 and praise and encourage him in his historic effort.

    Be smart, polite, and clear. Here’s a chance and a need to mobilize with little effort towards a great cause. (Think of how many jews will be calling.)

    Consider contacting your two senators urging them to back Senator Rand Paul.

  17. The Englishman November 29, 2018 @ 2:52 pm

    With the construction of such a masterpiece video together with the bestowal of such an accurate library going back more than a decade, does it not rattle the conviction of the crazed histrionic Zio Christian clod-hamers?

    Real Jew News together with it’s pre-eminent contributor leads the way for a reconciled world where it’s truth conquers, facilitating “The Meek to Inherit the Earth”.

  18. KathJuliane November 29, 2018 @ 5:54 pm

    SANA: Syrian air defenses intercept an aggression over al-Kiswah in Damascus countryside, prevent it from achieving any target

    29 November, 2018

    Damascus, SANA- Syrian army air defense intercepted on Thursday an aggression over the southern region and prevented it from achieving any of its targets.

    A military source told SANA that the air defenses intercepted hostile targets over al-Kiswah region and downed them.

    Meanwhile, sources added that the Syrian Air defenses foiled the aggression and though its density, it failed to achieve any of the targets as the defenses dealt with all the hostile targets and downed them.

    Earlier, SANA reporter pointed out to sounds of explosions in the space of southern region coming from the interception of the Syrian air defenses to a number of the hostile targets.


    UPDATE: the Israeli military said on Twitter:

    During a Syrian surface-to-air missile launching, one launch was identified towards an open area in the Golan Heights.

    At this point, it remains unclear if the launch indeed landed in Israeli territory. IDF troops are searching the area.


    At the late hours of November 29 [6-8 hours ago], the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported that the Syrian Arab Air Defense Forces (SyAADF) have shoot down several unidentified flying objects over the district of al-Kiswah south of the Syrian capital of Damascus.

    “Initial reports say that all enemy objects were destroyed and didn’t reach any of their targets,” the SANA said in a short press release.

    Local sources told SouthFront that the SyAAD is still launching surface-to-air missiles at flying objects over Damascus and al-Quneitra. Several loud explosions were also heard between the two governorates.

    The available information indicate that the Israeli Air Force (IAF) attempt to strike positions of Iranian forces south of Damascus. However, the Syrian and Israeli media are yet to provide more details.

    If confirmed, this would be the first Israeli airstrike on Syria since the downing of the Russian Il-20 intelligence plane on September 17. Following the incident, Russia supplied Syria with the S-300 air defense system and an advanced command and control system.

    More on this topic:

    Russian IL-20 Shootdown And S-300 Supplies To Syria. What To Expect?

    Brief video clip of an intercept uploaded by Asem Saleh:

    It’s near dawn in Syria-Palestine.

    I wonder if the Israeli Jews will wake up to discover another flaming IDF combat jet in some illegal settler’s front yard?

  19. KathJuliane November 29, 2018 @ 6:49 pm

    Consortium News: Israel’s Overlooked Strategic Losses in Wars Against Arabs

    November 29, 2018 • 0 Comments

    After conventional Arab armies failed to deter Israeli invasions, Lebanese and Palestinian volunteers have changed the strategic balance in the Middle East, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.

    2006 Lebanese War Changed Power Calculus

    By As`ad AbuKhalil
    Special to Consortium News

    In South Lebanon, the Museum for Resistance, also known as the Mlita Museum, for the town in which it is located, is a wildly popular tourist attraction and a place where you can run into Arabs visiting from around the region.

    In it, Hizbullah—the political party with an armed wing that, with Iranian assistance, emerged in response to the Israeli invasion of 1982—celebrates its military successes, displaying weapons captured from the occupation army and replicas of some of its military tunnels.

    The museum enshrines an important realization for the country: that while conventional Arab armies failed to deter Israeli invasions, Lebanese and Palestinian volunteers succeeded in holding the mighty Israeli army at bay and have become the real defenders against Israeli attacks and occupation.

    As such, the museum offers testimony to the current nature of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The U.S. and other Western powers want to disarm Hizbullah while denying the Lebanese Army the weapons to deter Israel. In other words, they want to return Lebanon to its former state of weakness.

    For Israel, the problems with this situation are often overlooked in what appears to be the country’s clear strategic advantage.

    Israel’s arsenal of weapons of mass destruction is still being protected by Western countries from scrutiny or even criticism.

    The Obama administration guaranteed Israel a most generous financial assistance program for the next decade. [The military aid package that Rand Paul is fighting now.]

    Israeli’s 100-percent occupation of Palestine remains immune from U.N. or other international condemnation. Israeli citizens’ settlement building in Palestine territories—despite violating international law—has not caused a rift between Israel and either the European Union or the U.S.

    Egypt, meanwhile, remains committed to the peace treaty with Israel and to security coordination with the occupation state, as does Jordan.

    And Israel does not fear an assault from any Arab state or a combination of Arab states. (Arab threats—largely rhetorical—have only been intended to pacify popular anger.)

    But things are not as secure for Israel as they might seem.


    As’ad AbuKhalil is a Lebanese-American professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus.

    He is the author of the Historical Dictionary of Lebanon (1998), Bin Laden, Islam and America’s New “War on Terrorism” (2002), and The Battle for Saudi Arabia (2004).

    He also runs the popular blog The Angry Arab News Service.

    Mleeta Resistance Tourist Landmark – Lebanon


    Another Syrian Air Defense video clip of an intercept uploaded by Asem Saleh. Some reports I’ve read is that there were at least two waves of air defense missiles fired at incoming Israeli air and/or missile strikes.

    Pantsir Missiles Fired At Israeli Targets over Southern Syria

    “Israel was built on terrorism, aggression and land theft. It is illegal state and aggression is what Israel has been doing since its illegal establishment…”

  20. KathJuliane November 29, 2018 @ 7:27 pm

    RT: Pentagon says Riyadh is too important to whip, rolls out $15bn THAAD arms deal instead

    The US rarely has ‘unblemished’ partners so it will pour more defensive weapons into Saudi Arabia despite outrage over Khashoggi and Yemen, Pentagon chief James Mattis admitted as the nation handed the kingdom a big new deal.

    The most-recent major US-Saudi arms deal was rolled out on Wednesday. Riyadh is seeking to get THAAD air defense missile systems, and the terms of the purchase were quietly formalized this week, the State Department announced. Under the $15 billion contract, Riyadh will receive 44 THAAD launchers, missiles and related equipment.

    The news of a yet another lucrative contract came the very same day Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo rushed to defend the kingdom against the mounting anger in the Senate over the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the bloody war in Yemen.

    Speaking at a closed-door briefing, they explained that Saudi Arabia is simply too important to scrap existing bonds.

    The Pentagon’s chief called Riyadh “fundamental” to regional and Israeli security, as well as crucial for the US’ own interests.

    “We are seldom free to work with unblemished partners,” Mattis bluntly admitted. He went on to argue that the ties with the kingdom “cannot be dismissed” even as Washington condemned Khashoggi’s death.


  21. Brother Nathanael November 29, 2018 @ 7:50 pm

    Trump to Ban Bumpstocks @
    Not good at all.

    As said before, while bump-stocks are useless by any serious marksman, banning these ‘gimmicky toys’ sets an incredibly bad precedent.

    Their existing ATF laws have failed to keep effective weapons out of the hands of US citizens, and as it becomes more apparent that firearm technology, 3d printed guns, and home-made weapons will outwit laws, the laws will need to be expanded to include everything.

    Some recent proposed legislation, which couldn’t pass, would ban almost anything made out of metal.

    See My Video:
    “Trump, The Media, & Your Guns” @

  22. benzion kook November 30, 2018 @ 1:08 pm


    I thought Trump said he would repair America’s infrastructure first, not promote more wars for Jews in the Mid-east.

  23. Brother Nathanael November 30, 2018 @ 3:41 pm

    Worth The Read!

    Provoking New Crimes Rather than Uncovering Past Crimes: Mueller’s Modus Operandi

    by Alan M. Dershowitz

    * Even if Mueller could prove that members of the Trump team had colluded with Julian Assange to use material that Assange had unlawfully obtained, that, too, would not be a crime.

    * Merely using the product of an already committed theft of information is not a crime. If you don’t believe me, ask the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Guardian and other newspapers that used material illegally obtained by Assange with full knowledge that it was illegally obtained.

    * In the end, Mueller should be judged by how successful he has been in satisfying his central mission. Judged by that standard and based on what we now know, he seems to be an abysmal failure.

    [[[Special Counsel Robert Mueller does not have a roving commission to ferret out political sin, to provoke new crimes, or to publish non-criminal conclusions that may be embarrassing to the President. His mandate, like that of every other prosecutor, is to uncover past crimes.]]] (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

    THE RECENT GUILTY PLEA of Michael Cohen of lying represents the dominant trend in Mueller’s approach to prosecution. The vast majority of indictments and guilty pleas obtained against Americans by Mueller have not been for substantive crimes relating to his mandate: namely, to uncover crimes involving illegal contacts with Russia. They have involved indictments and guilty pleas either for lying, or for financial crimes by individuals unrelated to the Russia probe. If this remains true after the filing of the Mueller report, it would represent a significant failure on Mueller’s part.

    Mueller was appointed Special Counsel not to provoke individuals into committing new crimes, but rather to uncover past crimes specifically involving alleged illegal coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian agents. No one doubted that Russia attempted to influence the 2020 election in favor of Donald Trump and against Hillary Clinton. But Mueller’s mandate was not to prosecute Russians or to point the finger at Vladimir Putin. His mandate was to uncover crimes committed by the Trump campaign with regard to Russia’s attempts to influence the election.

    {Wait a Jew minute Dershy. MANY DOUBT ‘Russian interference.’ +bn}

    It was always an uphill struggle for Mueller, since collusion itself is not a crime. In other words, even if he could show that individuals in the Trump campaign had colluded with Russian agents to help elect Trump, that would be a serious political sin, but not a federal crime. Even if Mueller could prove that members of the Trump team had colluded with Julian Assange to use material that Assange had unlawfully obtained, that, too, would not be a crime. What would be a crime is something that no one claims happened: namely, that members of the Trump campaign told Assange to hack the Democratic National Committee before Assange did so.

    Merely using the product of an already committed theft of information is not a crime. If you don’t believe me, ask the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Guardian and other newspapers that used material illegally obtained by Assange with full knowledge that it was illegally obtained. Not only did they use information from Assange, but also from Chelsea Manning and from the stolen Pentagon Papers. The First Amendment protects publication by the media of stolen information. It also protects use of such information by a political campaign, since political campaigns are also covered by the First Amendment.

    It is important to note that Special Counsel Robert Mueller does not have a roving commission to ferret out political sin, to provoke new crimes, or to publish non-criminal conclusions that may be embarrassing to the President. His mandate, like that of every other prosecutor, is to uncover past crimes. In Mueller’s case those crimes must relate to Russia.

    He also has the authority to prosecute crimes growing out of the Russia probe, but that is collateral to his central mission. In the end, Mueller should be judged by how successful he has been in satisfying his central mission. Judged by that standard and based on what we now know, he seems to be an abysmal failure.

    Perhaps more will come out when his report is published, but it is unlikely that he uncovered anything dramatically new with regard to allegations that the Trump campaign acted illegally in an attempt to help Russia undercut Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Even if the report alleges uncharged criminal behavior, it must be remembered that much of what will be in the report are merely allegations based on uncross-examined evidence.

    Some of that evidence seems to come from admitted liars, who have pleaded guilty for lying. These liars would make poor witnesses in an actual trial, but if their evidence serves as a basis for conclusions reached in the Mueller report, then these conclusions may seem more credible than they actually are.

    We must, of course, wait for the publication of the Mueller report before reaching any final judgments, but if the Mueller report merely catalogues all the guilty pleas and indictments achieved thus far for lying and unrelated financial crimes, and tries to build a case of guilt by association around them, the American public will be justly critical of the process.

  24. Zionien November 30, 2018 @ 10:27 pm

    They are Vengeful Paranoid Liars, Frauds, Impostors, HYPOCRITES!

    They shall NEVER have their own legitimate land until they humble themselves, REPENT, ask for forgiveness in Jesus CHRIST’s name, as the one and ONLY TRUE Messiah!

    The world is waking up and the increasing weight of the world’s anger towards their evils is splitting & crushing the rafters of their house of lies. It won’t be long now fellow CHRIST-ians – won’t be long now+!!!

    Israeli or Jew… Ahhh this old shell & pea game again. You, +BN have denounced being a Jew in this here Video and have verbally chosen who and what you are for all those who have the courage to see/hear & accept

    And I am proud of you +BN, as I am most certain is Jesus!!!

    Crimea belongs to Russia!+

  25. IRONKRAFT December 1, 2018 @ 1:48 am

    Rules are like Israeli borders. When it suits Jews, they move them like film sets on a B movie.

    Also, never forget their Protocols plan… to operate both sides of an argument or conflict.

    All we are seeing today, is an age-old playbook in the form of word theatre.

  26. KathJuliane December 1, 2018 @ 10:44 am


    On November 30, heavy clashes broke out south of the city of al-Hudaydah on the western Yemeni coast when units of the Saudi-led coalition and its proxies attempted to advance in the area of Kilo 16.

    The Houthis media wing released two videos showing Houthi fighters destroying several armored vehicles of the Saudi-led coalition with anti tank guided missiles (ATGMs) during the clashes.

    After repelling the attack, the fighters captured several light weapons and ammunition, which had been left behind by coalition troops.

    Prior to the Saudi-led coalition attack, the Yemeni Artillery Force and the Air Force [both allies of the Houthis] struck several positions and gatherings of the coalition on the western Yemen coast. The joint attack was reportedly carried out to deter the coalition.

    The Saudi-led coalition announced a “humanitarian ceasefire” in al-Hudaydah on November 14.

    While the attack on the city was indeed halted, coalition troops continued its attacks on key positions in al-Hudaydah outskirts, like Kilo 16. This forced the Houthis to step up their military operation on the western Yemeni coast once again.

    More on this topic:

    Houthis Say Saudi-led Coalition Attack On Al-Hudaydah Is Still Ongoing

    Best SF comment:

    Zionism = EVIL

    The Ansarollah are now assembling Kornets and TOWS near Sanaa. They have also captured vast amounts of Saudi scums and Emirati losers artillery and missiles.

    Al-Masirah has a lot of videos on the extent of Saudi losses in Asir, Saada and Najran where the Yemenis have taken the war into Saudi territory which historically belonged to Yemen anyway, until the devious Brits rearranged the undefined borders in 1930’s to reward the Jew as-Saud parasites.

    As you can see the Ansarollah can now afford to fire Kornets quite liberally.

    On the Hodeidah – Aden axis road the Saudis and their Sudanese mercenaries have lost of 2500 dead and over 200 tanks, APC and Toyota pick ups decimated.

    ‘We have missiles that can fight Saudi for years’ – Houthi-backed Yemeni FM

    BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:10 P.M.) – The Foreign Minister of the Houthi-backed government in northern Yemen, Hisham Sharaf ‘Abdullah, sat down for an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, Wednesday, in order to discuss the current situation in Yemen.

    ‘Abdullah told Amanpour that Saudi Arabia should stop fighting their war against Iran inside of Yemen.

    The minister said that “these guys (Saudi Arabia) are trying to fight Iran in our territories. Why don’t they go to Iran?”

    ‘Abdullah said that the U.S. should stop using Saudi Arabia to fight Iran and help put an end to the ongoing war inside of Yemen.

    The minister then denied the claims that Iran has been arming the Houthi forces with missiles, adding that they have had these weapons for several years.

    “These missiles, we have them a long time ago from the Russians. We have improved them to defend ourselves,” he said, adding “and I tell the whole world, we have missiles that can fight Saudi for years.”

    CNN show transcript:

  27. KathJuliane December 1, 2018 @ 8:50 pm

    Now for a little off-topic rest for the eyes…

    A German Village in the Middle of the Russian Wilderness

    Surrounded by a gorgeous birch forest, this quiet Russian village is a haven for German settlers.

    They love their German language and traditions, and for centuries, they have made Russia their home.

    They are Russian-German Orthodox Christians.

  28. No Fat Pill. December 1, 2018 @ 9:11 pm

    It looks like Bro Nat was right, people.

    So-called “hate speech” laws are only for matters which offend the Jews. And anything the Jew does not like to hear, is hate, and must have been therefore struck down.

    Please see this:

    Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre on Saturday explained how he was duped by white supremacists into using coded, anti-Semitic language in a video.

    In a statement posted to his Facebook page on Saturday, the ex-Green Bay Packers QB wrote that he had received a request through the “Cameo” app to record what he believed was a message of support for a veterans group. According to Cameo’s terms of service, users can buy personalized video messages from celebrities and athletes. Favre, who had to approve the message, receives $500 for each recording.

    However, as Buzzfeed reported Friday, the request to Favre was not from a veterans group but from white supremacist YouTubers who provided coded language for the video that Favre recorded:

    “Brett Favre here with a shout-out to the Handsome Truth and the GDL boys,” he said. “You guys are patriots in my eyes. So keep waking them up and don’t let the small get you down. Keep fighting, too, and don’t ever forget the USS Liberty and the men and women who died on that day. God bless and take care.”

    Favre said in his statement Saturday that a few days after making the video, “I was distressed to learn that the request came from an anti-Semitic group that reposted my video with comments implying that I endorsed their mission. Nothing could be further from the truth.”

    He added that he was “sickened” by what these groups represent, and said he is donating his $500 payment to charities that fight hate and bigotry.

    While Buzzfeed said it had viewed the video — which was removed by Cameo — the site chose not to post it. In a statement emailed to USA TODAY Sports and posted on its Facebook account, Cameo said:

    “On or about November 22nd, Cameo talent received requests that appeared to be aimed at supporting the American military. After recording the videos Cameo learned that the request came from an anti-Semitic group and contained content that could be interpreted as anti-Semitic.

    “This was a blatant misuse of the Cameo platform and a violation of Cameo’s terms of service. This is the first incident of its kind in more than 93,000 Cameos and a gross misrepresentation of the talent’s political beliefs. Cameo immediately removed the videos from the website, requested YouTube to remove the content and created new filters to prevent this from happening in the future. The user has been banned from purchasing Cameos.”

    ——————–(my comments)——————

    So, if I disagree with the Jews, it’s hate speech.
    If I even fail to advance the Jewish agenda, then I am guilt of hate.
    If I go to a public restroom, and see a dirty, smelly homeless man masturbating into one of the sinks, I should go cool off somewhere else. Yeah, right.

    Ok, so if I merely want to live in the Woods, that’s not acceptable to the Jew. So that’s why I got sick.

  29. KathJuliane December 2, 2018 @ 5:16 am

    Ha’aretz: Trump’s Decision to Stand by Saudi Prince Has Netanyahu’s Fingerprints on It

    Israel is worried about a repeat of Libya, but 10 times worse with the fall of the Saudi regime flooding the Middle East with advanced weapons

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman embarked this week on a victory tour of defiance in the Arab world.

    Although posters in Tunisia reminded the guest of his involvement in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudis’ Istanbul consulate, in Egypt – whose economy depends on Saudi generosity – Mohammed enjoyed a royal reception. The pyramids were even illuminated in green in his honor.

    The excuses and evasions by senior U.S. officials are making it clear that for Washington the affair is already over.

    President Donald Trump, who isn’t known for his affection for the media, including The Washington Post that employed Khashoggi, now has other things on his mind.

    The president, in a series of statements whose high point was a letter that sounded like a middle-schooler’s work, explained his considerations.

    Saudi Arabia is important because of its huge deals with U.S. defense contractors, it’s crucial for continuing the battle against Iran, and it’s a positive factor because it “helps Israel.”

    These arguments were worded with greater fluency by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Speaking with Israeli journalists at a summit in Bulgaria in early November, Netanyahu said that “what happened in the Istanbul consulate was horrendous and it should be duly dealt with. Yet … it is very important for the stability of the world, for the region and for the world that Saudi Arabia remain stable.”

    As Netanyahu put it, “I think that a way must be found to achieve both goals. Because the larger problem is Iran, and we have to make sure that Iran does not continue the malign activities that it has been doing over the last few weeks in Europe.”

    Not that Trump needed any arm-twisting, but we can cautiously assume that Netanyahu tried to ensure that Washington wouldn’t abandon Riyadh in its time of trouble. The timing of the visit to the Saudi royal family by a delegation of evangelical Christians, which was actually organized by an Israeli citizen in early November, doesn’t seem entirely coincidental.

    Not for the first time – and not unrelated to the injustices Israel is responsible for in the West Bank – Israel is willing to ignore many injustices by its new friends in the Middle East.

    The extent of the Saudi regime’s horrifying behavior was clarified this week in a piece by veteran Washington Post foreign affairs columnist David Ignatius. He wrote that the regime is undergoing a brutal period of paranoia, persecuting real and imaginary rivals to the point of eliminating them.

    Over a year ago a special team operating for the crown prince kidnapped and tortured opponents of the regime and others suspected of corruption. For example, it misled the Chinese government into believing that a Saudi businessman was a wanted terrorist on his way to carrying out an attack at the G-20 summit.

    Ignatius portrays the crown prince’s associates as a gang of moronic thugs, while Prince Mohammed is described as a hotheaded reformer leading his country close to the abyss.

    Ignatius calls on the Trump administration to force the kingdom to halt the bloody quarrels among the various princes before even more damage is done to Saudi Arabia and the world.

    But such intervention apparently won’t take place. Trump’s national security adviser, John Bolton, said this week he sees no point in listening to the Turks’ recording of Khashoggi’s murder because he doesn’t understand Arabic. (The way Turkey, which imprisons and abuses journalists and opponents of the regime, manages to present itself as the epitome of righteousness is an achievement in itself.)

    Isolating Iran

    Trump is apparently invested personally in relations with Saudi Arabia. In the past he boasted that he sold buildings to the Saudis for tens of millions of dollars. His son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is friendly with the crown prince and met with him last year a week before the wave of arrests began in the kingdom. The bottom line is that Prince Mohammed will probably retain his position despite the shocking affair.

    That’s the impression one gets in Jerusalem and Washington, and according to Ignatius, among the Saudis he has spoken to. The only countermove, which was initiated by the U.S. Senate this week, is a condemnation of Saudi Arabia for its role in Yemen’s appalling civil war. The condemnation is embarrassing to Riyadh but won’t keep the crown prince off the throne.

    Netanyahu’s regional perspective is still focused mainly on Iran. In conversations with his counterparts from abroad, the prime minister continues to warn about Iran and its frozen nuclear program.

    On occasions like the conference in Bulgaria, Netanyahu often mentions Iranian conspiracies that have been prevented with the help of Israeli intelligence, including attempts to assassinate regime opponents who found refuge in Denmark and France. (Saudi Arabia didn’t invent anything.)

    For Netanyahu, the Saudis are providing an important anchor to implement U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s 12-point plan to isolate the regime in Tehran in the hope of toppling it.

    The prime minister also needs the Saudis if he wants to keep improving relations with Gulf countries. The visit to Oman was the first stop, which he hopes to continue with contacts with Bahrain as well.

    And Israel, like the Americans, also fears that an attempt to remove the crown prince could topple his government.

    The collapse of the Gadhafi regime in 2011 flooded the Middle East with weapons looted from the Libyan dictator’s arsenals. If Libya was a boutique, Saudi Arabia is a huge supermarket of advanced weapons systems – which in the wrong hands are also a major threat to Israel.

    The complementary aspect of Netanyahu’s steps is closely related to the tightening relationship with Africa.

    Chad’s president visited Israel at the beginning of the week, and now there are hopes of upgrading relations with Sudan. Israel wants to sell the Africans weapons and technology, and perhaps to shorten the air route to Brazil (and reduce ticket prices) by flying over Chad and Sudan.

    In the background is North African countries’ fear of the spread of the jihadi terror group Boko Haram, which was inspired by the Islamic State to be extremely belligerent.

    It’s not only a problem for Nigeria and Niger, but for Chad and to a slight extent even for Egypt. That’s why the Africans are very interested in whatever Israel can teach them about fighting terror – and Egyptian President Abdel-Fatah al-Sissi will probably also approve of closer ties between Israel and his neighbors.

    Meanwhile, Trump is repeating the argument that his efforts in the region stem from his desire to benefit Israel. Within a week he made the claim twice – to justify his forgiving attitude toward Saudi Arabia and the doubling of the number of U.S. troops in Syria to 4,000.

    This line of thinking may convince good Jews (at the moment there are fewer and fewer) to vote for the Republicans in 2020. But it’s also a very damaging statement for Israel because it confirms the anti-Semitic fantasies about Jewish control of U.S. foreign policy.

    Such declarations will eventually boomerang on Israel.

  30. KathJuliane December 2, 2018 @ 12:45 pm

    Al Manar: ‘Israel’ Confused by Hezbollah Retaliation Video

    The Israeli media outlets and analysts got overwhelmed with the video circulated by Hezbollah war media department which warns the Zionists against any attack on Lebanon.

    The video shows Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah warning that any attack on Lebanon would definitely be responded to.

    It also shows a number of Israeli sites such as ministries, military bases, nuclear sites, and military headquarters in Tel Aviv with the coordinates used to locate and strike them, pushing Zionist analysts to consider the video as a direct threat from Hezbollah and part of its psychological warfare against the occupation entity.

    Video, 31 seconds long, was pulled from YT.

    You can view it here:

  31. KathJuliane December 2, 2018 @ 1:03 pm

    Palestine Chronicle: Netanyahu’s Predicament: The Era of Easy Wars is over

    By Ramzy Baroud

    When Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, ordered his army to carry out a limited operation in the besieged Gaza Strip on November 12, he certainly did not anticipate that his military adventure would destabilize his government and threaten the very survival of his right-wing coalition.

    But it did, far more than the multiple police investigations into various corruption cases involving Netanyahu’s family and closest aides.

    Thanks to the botched operation in Gaza which led to the killing of seven Palestinians and an Israeli army commander, Netanyahu’s coalition has begun to disintegrate, merely needing a final push for it to collapse completely.

    It all began with the resignation of the country’s extremist Defense Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, who quit his post, two days after the Gaza attack, in protest of the country’s ‘surrender’ to Palestinian Resistance.

    The even more extreme, far-right leader, Naftali Bennett, was expected to pounce on the opportunity and follow suit. He did not, in a calculated move aimed at capitalizing on the fact that he had suddenly become the government’s ultimate kingmaker.

    Now, Netanyahu’s once stable coalition is hanging by a thread, with the support of only 61 members in the Knesset.

    This means that the coalition’s once comfortable majority is now dependent on a single MK. One wrong move and Netanyahu could find himself forced into snap elections, a choice that, at least for now, he dreads.

    Netanyahu’s options are growing limited. It seems that the age of striking Gaza with impunity in order to score political points with Israeli voters, is, perhaps, over.



    Ha’aretz: Botched Israeli Operation in Gaza Endangers Human Rights Groups

    If it turns out that the IDF invented a fictitious aid group for the operation, from now on it can be expected that every real new organization will find it difficult to be trusted by the authorities and residents in the Gaza Strip

    If members of the Israeli special operations force that Hamas exposed in the Gaza Strip this month indeed impersonated aid workers, as Walla news and the Israel Television News Company reported, it will reinforce and even retroactively justify Hamas’ longtime suspicions.

    Hamas has in the past claimed that, consciously or not, international humanitarian organizations assist Israel’s Shin Bet security service and the Israeli military.

    This is exactly what the employees of foreign aid organizations, as well as Palestinian ones with some foreign staff, fear. A senior employee in one of these organizations told Haaretz that if Israel has abused the network of international or local aid groups, it could undermine the critical activities of organizations large and small: The Hamas government that controls the Gaza Strip might take precautions that will interfere with their entry into the Strip and their work.

    “No one will listen to the protest of a small organization on the exploitation of humanitarian activity,” he said. “Large organizations need to make their voices heard.”


    What is interesting is that Palestinian media outlets did not publish the suspicions about the Israel special force impersonating aid workers: In other words, Hamas did not raise this claim publicly.

    According to versions heard in the Gaza Strip, the members of the unit carried forged Palestinian ID cards, presumably of Gazans, and said they had food distribution coupons. It also seems they spent a number of days in the Strip before they were exposed.

    Working for an aid organization is a logical and convenient cover story. As part of the strict limits on movement by Israel, foreigners and Palestinians who are not residents of the Strip, who work for international aid organizations (and foreign journalists) are among the few who receive entry permits into the Gaza Strip.


    The military unit’s entry through Erez would have required Israel to use the name of a well-known aid organization, which would not raise any suspicions. Did the Israel Defense Forces use the name of an organization such as UNRWA or an Italian aid group funded by the European Union, for example?

    And if it turns out that to carry out the mission, the IDF invented a fictitious aid group a long time ago, and in doing so received the help of COGAT, from now on it can be expected that every real new organization will find it difficult to be trusted by the authorities and residents in the Gaza Strip.

    Continued (paywall):

  32. P.A.Semi December 2, 2018 @ 2:28 pm

    Antichrist is already ruling the world, and many people are worshiping _them_.

    Antichrist is JUDAS. Who else could it be ?! It is so obvious it’s strange no-one pointed this out yet…

    Judas, Juda Ish-qariot, is just not-only the name-sake of Juda, the all Jude originator, but Judas is the ARCHETYPE of Jews, those who now betrayed (white) Christianity. Those, who already rule the world, all media, puppet-masters of fascist armies of the West… And who else is so much anti-Christian than todays collective Judas, the Jews? (Because anti-Christian is Antichristian, it’s also very much obvious).

    (Martin Luther was wrong, when he tried to ascribe it to not-so-good Christians in Vatican, but that is something else… But while current Pope openly serves Luciferian plans, he’s also part of it, a small part…)

    Didn’t you expect some feudal funny figure of “Antichrist” king in modern time? It’s nothing as fragile as a single mortal weak man, it’s a Powerful Collective, an Archetype. (One day you will start to understand Archetype (Collective) meaning in more Bible prophecies, since many parts, which seemed to be a dead “History”, are actually alive “Archetypes” and prophecies…)

  33. Israhell December 2, 2018 @ 8:53 pm

    Mach 6 missile. Very fast!

  34. Israhell December 2, 2018 @ 9:21 pm

    David Icke Exposes George H W Bush

  35. Israhell December 2, 2018 @ 9:45 pm

    “GEORGE”: JFK Jr. told the whole world who killed his father (Video)

  36. Israhell December 2, 2018 @ 10:45 pm

    “The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.”
    — Benjamin Disraeli

    The Bush’s have a long history of criminal activity in association with other wealthy families in America including the Rockefellers, Harrimans, Bechtels, Dulles, Browns and others. Behind the fortunes of many of these families has been Jewish money and Jewish patronage.

    Regular attendees at Bohemian Grove are known as Grovers and among them are people like George Bush, Gerald Ford, Henry Kissinger, Dick Cheney, Sir Alan Greenspan the head of the Federal Reserve, and Knight Commander of the British Empire since 2002. Jack Kemp, [Bob Dole’s running mate at the 1996 US election], Alexander Haig, the former Defence Secretary, Casper Weinberger and George Shultz, former Secretaries of State and a long list of the best known politicians, businessmen, media people and entertainers in the world, let alone USA [2].

  37. Citizenfitz December 2, 2018 @ 11:24 pm

    Yep, GHW Bush believed he was a master mason… building a new world order.

    The best possible epitaph for him was written long ago by the great Alexander Solzhenitsyn: “Before the multitudes who’ve perished, and those who suffer still, may God be his judge.”

  38. Israhell December 2, 2018 @ 11:34 pm

    Al Jazeera tried to air it earlier this year, but they got shut down pretty hard.

    Censored Investigative Documentary on the Jewish Lobby in America.

  39. Paris Riots December 3, 2018 @ 1:03 am

    Searching the web for images of “Paris riots” gives lots of pictures of cops in riot gear engulfed in flames, burned out cars, buildings in ashes, and similar destruction. Weekend riots in France are becoming a tradition.

    Riots have been a hallmark of Zionist activism at least as far back as when the Sanhedrin leaders stirred up the mob to scream “Crucify him, crucify him!” The Paris Riots come on the heels of Trump’s meeting with French President Macron, so the riots seem to be associated with the Macron-Trump fallout.

    The Macron-Trump meeting involved some talk about nationalism vs globalism. Macron was a bankster with Rothschild & Co in France previously which strongly implies that Macron is a Rothschild agent. It seems likely that Macron is providing top cover for the riot squads.

    Riots usually occur in places where Zionist controlled politicians have enough influence over the police that cops can be restrained from stopping the madness.

    For example, during the Baltimore riots Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake gave the rioting mobs “space to destroy.” The mayor ordered police to stand down and let Baltimore burn –

    Plans for anarchy, riots, madness and destruction were detailed in the Protocols of Zion (POZ) more than 110 years ago. Below are 2 POZ excerpts for Zionist incited chaos –

    Protocol 9:4 – It is from us that the all-engulfing terror proceeds. We have in our service persons of all opinions, of all doctrines; restoring monarchists; demagogues; socialists; communists and utopian dreamers of every kind.

    We have harnessed them all to the task: each one of them, on his own account, is boring away at the last remnants of authority; is striving to overthrow all established form of order.

    By these acts all States are in torture; they exhort to tranquillity; are ready to sacrifice everything for peace: but we will not give them peace until they openly acknowledge our international Super-Government, and with submissiveness.

    Protocol 10:18 – The recognition of our despot may also come before the destruction of the constitution; the moment for this recognition will come when the peoples, utterly wearied by the irregularities and incompetence – a matter which we shall arrange for – of their rulers, will clamour:

    “Away with them and give us one king over all the Earth who will unite us and annihilate the causes of disorders – frontiers; nationalities; religions; State debts – who will give us peace and quiet which we cannot find under our rulers and representatives.”

    The POZ makes sense of madness incited by the devil and his children and makes bible prophecy much more meaningful.

  40. Brother Nathanael December 3, 2018 @ 7:35 am

    Working on NEW Vid. Hope to post tomorrow, Tuesday.

    Stay. TUNED.

  41. Citizenfitz December 3, 2018 @ 3:01 pm

    1. Ukrainian/Maidan riots good! Elected government must be overthrown!
    2. French Yellow Vest riots bad! Elected government must be respected!

    Sincerely, The Mainstream Media

    Is there any more need for proof that the planet is a psyop writ large?

  42. KathJuliane December 3, 2018 @ 4:13 pm

    On December 1, the Wall Street Journal ran an article with a video:

    “CIA Intercepts Underpin Assessment Saudi Crown Prince Targeted Khashoggi”

    Conclusion that Prince Mohammed bin Salman ‘probably ordered’ killing relies in part on 11 messages he sent to adviser who oversaw hit squad around time it killed journalist

    WASHINGTON—Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent at least 11 messages to his closest adviser, who oversaw the team that killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in the hours before and after the journalist’s death in October, according to a highly classified CIA assessment.

    The Saudi leader also in August 2017 had told associates that if his efforts to persuade Mr. Khashoggi to return to Saudi Arabia weren’t successful, “we could possibly lure him outside Saudi Arabia and make arrangements,” according to the assessment, a communication that it states “seems to foreshadow the Saudi operation launched against Khashoggi.”

    Mr. Khashoggi, a critic of the kingdom’s leadership who lived in Virginia and wrote columns for the Washington Post, was killed by Saudi operatives on Oct. 2 shortly after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, where he sought papers needed to marry his Turkish fiancée.

    Excerpts of the Central Intelligence Agency’s assessment, which cites electronic intercepts and other clandestine information, were reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

    The CIA last month concluded that Prince Mohammed had likely ordered Mr. Khashoggi’s killing, and President Trump and leaders in Congress were briefed on intelligence gathered by the spy agency. Mr. Trump afterward questioned the CIA’s conclusion about the prince, saying “maybe he did; and maybe he didn’t.”

    The previously unreported excerpts reviewed by the Journal state that the CIA has “medium-to-high confidence” that Prince Mohammed “personally targeted” Khashoggi and “probably ordered his death.” It added: “To be clear, we lack direct reporting of the Crown Prince issuing a kill order.”

    The electronic messages sent by Prince Mohammed were to Saud al-Qahtani, according to the CIA. Mr. Qahtani supervised the 15-man team that killed Mr. Khashoggi and, during the same period, was also in direct communication with the team’s leader in Istanbul, the assessment says. The content of the messages between Prince Mohammed and Mr. Qahtani isn’t known, the document says. It doesn’t say in what form the messages were sent.

    It is unclear from the excerpts whether the 2017 comments regarding luring Mr. Khashoggi to a third country cited in the assessment are from Prince Mohammed directly, or from someone else describing his remarks.

    Saudi Arabia has acknowledged Mr. Khashoggi was murdered in the consulate. But it has denied Prince Mohammed had any role and blamed the operation on rogue operatives.

    The Saudi Public Prosecutor’s office last month announced charges against 11 Saudis in connection with Mr. Khashoggi’s death, saying it would seek the death penalty in five cases. The office didn’t release their names.

    Continued with accessible video (Pay Wall):


    Saud al-Qahtani, the Clown Prince’s closest advisor and his assembled team, some from the royal guard ultra-loyal to MBS, would not have moved on Khashoggi on their own without orders from King Salman’s surrogate son.

    I said to friends right from the start that the death squad sawed Khashoggi to pieces, and immediately took the parts out in diplomatic pouches back to Riyahdh, so that Mohammed bin Bonesaw could admire Khashoggi’s head on a platter.

    Khashoggi was highly favored and supported by a different clan faction of the House of Saud than that of King Salman.

    I’m rather convinced that this has everything to do with MBS’ continuing “war on corruption” inside of his own dynastic family, terrorizing the most powerful branches who oppose MBS in his fratricidal game of throbes. (Throbes are the white robes some tribes Arab Muslims wear).

    There’s only one reason for the “security team” to bring an autopsy oscillating bone saw to an “interview” or “persuasion session,” and that was to kill him and cut him up into box sized pieces.

    Either outright assassination, or else kill him if he refused the offer he couldn’t refuse, so to speak.

    One of the first reports as I recall, is that surveillance video recorded that boxes were taken out of the KSA consulate and packed into an SUV or van not long after Khashoggi entered the consulate. Under diplomatic cover, the presumed boxes of body parts, would have flown back to Riyadh before Khashoggi was even reported as missing – Kj

  43. KathJuliane December 3, 2018 @ 6:46 pm

    Ha’aretz: Khashoggi’s Friend Sues Israel’s NSO: Spyware That Hacked My Phone Had Major Role in Murder

    Omar Abdulaziz files lawsuit in Israel after Haaretz investigation found that NSO negotiated with Saudi officials the sale of advanced cyber attack capabilities ■ Correspondence with Khashoggi reveals his plans to undermine MBS’ government

    Montreal-based Saudi activist Omar Abdulaziz launched a lawsuit on Sunday against Israeli cyber company NSO, claiming that the company’s software was used to hack his cellphone in order to track conversations with murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

    As revealed in Haaretz last month, the cyber firm sells its software to oppressive regimes, which is used to track dissidents.

    “The hacking of my phone played a major role in what happened to Jamal, I am really sorry to say,” Abdulaziz told CNN. “The guilt is killing me.”

    The lawsuit filed by Abudlaziz’s lawyers in Tel Aviv alleges that the cybersecurity firm breached international law by selling this technology to oppressive regimes, knowing that it could be used to violate human rights.

    This lawsuit comes on the heels of others that were filed against the Israeli firm in Israel and in Cyprus by citizens of Mexico and Qatar.

    “NSO should be held accountable in order to protect the lives of political dissidents, journalists and human rights activists,” the Jerusalem-based lawyer Alaa Mahajna, who represents Abdulaziz, told CNN.

    Abdulaziz first spoke publically about his correspondence with Khashoggi after researchers at the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab found that his phone had been hacked by military-grade spyware – adding that the software was created by the Israeli firm and deployed by the Saudi government.

    NSO responded to the accusations, calling the lawsuit “baseless” and saying that the lawsuit contains “no evidence that the company’s technology was used. Furthermore, it contains details that are not based in reality.”

    NSO added, “NSO is a technology company that is uninvolved with how our products are used once they are sold to our customers. This is a lawsuit based on sensationalist journalism that is unbound to reality in order to create headlines.”

    In over 400 WhatsApp messages exchanged by Abdulaziz and Khashoggi a year before the murder, the journalist describes the Saudi crown prince as a “beast” and a “pac-man” devouring everyone in his path, including his own supporters.

    CNN was given exclusive access to the correspondence between the two by Abdulaziz, who shared the text messages, voice notes, pictures and videos that he had exchanged with Khashoggi.

    The correspondence highlights the late journalist’s unrestrained criticism of crown prince, as Abdulaziz told CNN: “[Jamal] believed that MBS is the issue, is the problem and he said this kid should be stopped.”

    The correspondence, which happened on a daily basis between October 2017 and August of this year, shows that Abdulaziz and Khashoggi planned to set up an online movement of Saudi youth that would fight the Saudi regime’s propaganda on social networks.

    Making use of Khashoggi’s established profile, the pair managed to garner 340,000 followers on Twitter. But in August, two months before Khashoggi’s murder, the journalist began to suspect that the Saudi government had access to their correspondence. “God help us,” Khashoggi wrote, upon realizing that the Saudi government knew about their online movement.

    Abdulaziz’s lawsuit against NSO comes after a Haaretz investigation revealed revealed that the company negotiated with Saudi Arabia the sale of advanced cyber attack capabilities.

    According to a complaint that currently being looked into, NSO offered Saudi intelligence officials the use of a system that would let them hack cellphones, several months before the Saudi crown prince began his purge against dissidents.

    Around the time the report was published, Amnesty International Israel asked the Defense Ministry to revoke cyber firm NSO’s defense export license, saying it had been proven that its software had been used in “a series of egregious human rights violations.”

    NSO responded to accusations of misuse, saying that their software is fully vetted and licensed by the Israeli government.

    “Our products have a long track record of assisting governments in preventing suicide bombers, stopping drug lords and sex traffickers, and helping safely return victims of kidnapping,” the statement said.

    “If there is suspicion of misuse, we investigate it and take the appropriate actions, including suspending or terminating a contract,” it adds.

    CNN (more details):

  44. KathJuliane December 3, 2018 @ 10:04 pm

    American Herald Tribune: Giraldi: Controlling the Israel Message: How to Manage the American Sheeple

    There has been another defenestration of a television-based political commentator for touching the only real electrified third rail remaining in reporting what passes for the news.

    Marc Lamont Hill, a Temple University professor of Media Studies and Urban Education, who is a regular political commentator on CNN, was fired for what he said in a speech at the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, which took place last Wednesday at the United Nations.

    Hill called for a “free Palestine from river to the sea,” which CNN considered grounds for terminating his contract.

    As ever, the Israelis were quick to jump on the bandwagon with their New York Consul General Dani Dayan denouncing Hill as a “racist, a bigot, [and] an anti-Semite.” He noted that Hill is under contract both with Temple University and CNN, implying that he should be punished by being fired, and called the remarks “appalling.”

    To no avail, Hill responded “I support Palestinian freedom. I support Palestinian self-determination. I am deeply critical of Israeli policy and practice. I do not support anti-Semitism, killing Jewish people, or any of the other things attributed to my speech.”

    Hill was fired by CNN within 24 hours. The message is clear. You can criticize Christianity, Muslims, white males, Donald Trump and the American government at will and you can even criticize blacks or sexual alphabet soups if you are clever in how you do it, but never, never go after Jews or Israel even indirectly if you want to keep your job.

    One recalls the fate of Rick Sanchez, a CNN anchor who was fired in September 2010 one day after he complained about how Jon Stewart and others in the Jewish mafia that runs the media treat Hispanics, saying “Yeah, very powerless people. He’s such a minority. I mean, you know, please. What—are you kidding? I’m telling you that everybody who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart. And to imply that somehow they, the people in this country who are Jewish, are an oppressed minority?”

    Sanchez was forced to publicly grovel for his “inartful” comments and even had to write a letter of apology to the monstrous Abe Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

    Far worse, he also had to endure two hours of counseling with “America’s rabbi” Shmuley Boteach. Sanchez subsequently drifted through low level jobs for a number of years, but he is now a news anchor with RT America.

    Also in 2010, Octavia Nasr, a Lebanese-American journalist who had been CNN’s Senior Editor for Mideast Affairs for over 20 years was immediately fired after she tweeted “sad to hear of the passing” of Lebanese cleric Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlalah.

    Fadlalah’s only crime was that he had been demonized by Israel and the neocons as a “spiritual mentor” of Hezbollah. Nasr’s only crime is that she granted the admittedly controversial dead man some respect.

    To be sure, CNN is pro-Israeli in its reporting and, more important, in terms of choosing what not to report. Its lead political anchor is Wolf Blitzer, a former American Israeli Political Action Committee (AIPAC) employee, who speaks Hebrew and has lived in Israel.

    Like most major American mainstream media outlets, CNN has numerous Jewish employees working to select, edit and produce the news stories that actually air, well placed to manage what does finally go out to the public.

    Reports critical of Israel or Jews are not welcome anywhere in the U.S. national media, which is why Israel gets away with slaughtering unarmed Gazans using army snipers.

    I note a recent bizarre though interesting story that appeared in the British media and was not picked up by the U.S. mainstream at all. The story detailed how the leadership of the European Jewish Congress is seeking the insertion of “warning messages” in both Christian and Muslim holy texts.

    In a document entitled “An End to Antisemitism,” which was released last week, it was recommended that “Translations of the New Testament, the Qur’an and other Christian or Muslim literatures need marginal glosses, and introductions that emphasize continuity with Jewish heritage of both Christianity and Islam and warn readers about antisemitic passages in them.”

    “While some efforts have been made in this direction in the case of Christianity, these efforts need to be extended and made consistent in both religions.”

    One wonders when the same body will be recommending that the nastier bits of the Torah and Talmud be “glossed” to deal with the numerous slaughters of conquered peoples as well as slurs on Jesus Christ and assertions that Jews have`1 the right to treat non-Jews as no better than livestock?


  45. KathJuliane December 3, 2018 @ 11:03 pm

    Times of Israel: BREAKING NEWS

    IDF launches operation on Lebanon border to destroy Hezbollah attack tunnels

    Northern Command goes on high alert as army starts process of ‘neutralizing’ non-operational underground passages into Israeli territory from southern Lebanon

    The Israel Defense Forces on Tuesday launched an operation to destroy a number of cross-border attack tunnels that it says were dug by the Iran-backed Hezbollah into northern Israel from Lebanon.

    The attack tunnels have long been rumored to have been dug from southern Lebanon into Israeli territory by the Iran backed terror group, but Israeli defense officials repeatedly either denied their existence or refused to discuss it.

    Announcing the launch of Operation Northern Shield, IDF spokesperson Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus said “a number of tunnels” have penetrated Israeli territory.

    “We see Hezbollah’s actions as a flagrant and blatant violation of Israeli sovereignty,” he said.

    The spokesperson blamed Israel’s arch nemesis Iran for providing the funding and support for Hezbollah’s tunnel program.

    The operation came as tensions on Israel’s northern border have ramped up in recent days and hours after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu traveled to Brussels for a meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to discuss Iran and security challenges on Israel’s northern border, likely referring to Hezbollah.

    Conricus said the tunnels “are not yet operationally ready” and therefore do not pose an “immediate threat.”

    As the first stage of this operation, the military declared the area around the community of Metula a closed military zone, but gave no other special instructions to Israeli civilians in the area.

    Additional troops have been deployed to northern Israel as a precaution against potential attacks by Hezbollah, but no reservists have been called up.

    Conricus would not comment on the deployment of additional air defenses to the area. Hezbollah is believed to have an arsenal of over 100,000 rockets and missiles.

    The spokesperson said he could not elaborate on the number of tunnels or how deeply they penetrated into Israel, but said such information may be provided in the future.

    Conricus would not comment on how the military sought to destroy the alleged Hezbollah tunnels, but said it would use some of the techniques and technologies it employs in countering the attack tunnels dug into Israel from the Gaza Strip.

    “It will take time to neutralize and expose all the tunnels,” the IDF spokesperson said.

    The spokesperson said units from the IDF Northern Command, Military Intelligence, Combat Engineering Corps and Ministry of Defense will lead Operation Northern Shield.

    According to Conricus, the project to find these alleged Hezbollah tunnels began in October 2014 with the establishment of an IDF task force, made up of intelligence and technology units, with the aim of “detecting and exposing Hezbollah’s offensive tunnel program.”

    Thus sayeth the Dodo Masters of the Universe of Occupied Palestina. For every tunnel Hezbollah led you to find by publicly showing them off months ago, there are probably 9 more you don’t know about.

    IDF Twitter, complete with a 1 minute propaganda video with way too heavy and overmodulated sub-bass gloom of doom militant music which is supposed to be edgy, and really bad graphics:

    Israel Defense Forces
    ‏Verified account

    BREAKING: We have just launched Operation Northern Shield to expose and neutralize cross-border attack tunnels dug by Hezbollah from #Lebanon to #Israel. #NorthernShield

    This next makes my skin crawl:

    Israel Defense Forces
    ‏Verified account

    Our National Rescue Unit is now a member of the United Nations’ International Search and Rescue Advisory Group (@INSARAG) and will henceforth operate under the @UN at disaster areas abroad along with other foreign forces.

  46. KathJuliane December 4, 2018 @ 1:36 pm

    Syrian Army Raises Alert Over Israel Air Force Activity Along Lebanese Border, Report Says

    Source in Damascus says Israeli planes operated in Lebanon’s south after ‘stalking this region several times last week’

    Israel’s air force operated in Lebanon’s south on Monday, according a Syrian source quoted on the Al-Masdar News website. Israeli planes have recently been operating along the Lebanese-Syrian border after “stalking this region several times last week,” the report claimed.

    The report cited a source saying that even though Israeli planes did not enter Syria’s airspace, the Syrian military still raised alert levels and prepared air defense systems for a potential attack.

    The reason for the high alert in Syria, the report said, is that the Israeli Air Force usually uses this route to launch attacks in the Damascus and Homs provinces.

    Haaretz reported earlier this week that Israel is increasingly worried by the Iranian-Hezbollah effort to set up production lines for precision weaponry in Lebanon.

    Some of the necessary materials are now being smuggled on the frequent flights from Tehran to Beirut, rather than overland through Syria.

    Furthermor, [sic] Israeli decision-makers are worried about developments in Lebanon, including Russia’s growing interest in events there and the return of some Hezbollah fighters from Syria.

    Israel has already announced that it intends to continue building a barrier along the border despite Lebanese warnings.

    Monday’s report came after the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the war in Syria, said Israel carried out a missile attack south of Damascus last Thursday evening.

    Israel has not said whether it conducted the attack and Syrian state media did not identify who carried it out.

    Russia’s RIA news agency said, citing a Syrian security source, that Syria’s air defense forces shot down an Israeli war plane and four missiles, but Israel’s military said the report was bogus.

    On Friday, the Israeli army said it found fragments which most likely belonged to a Syrian anti-aircraft missile in an open field in the Golan Heights.


    High Lord Dodo Bibsy, who is now Defense Minister as well as Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Israhell, stretches Jewish fables even further to draw attention away from the corruption, charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust cases piling up on him…


    On December 4 evening, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israeli efforts to destroy cross-border tunnels build by Hezbollah were “not an isolated operation, but a wide and ongoing operation”.

    Netanyahu claimed that the operation, entitled Northern Shield, is aimed at targeting an alleged broader push by Hezbolalh to capture parts of the Galilee from Israel.

    “The aim of Hezbollah has been to dig tunnels into our territory. It is part of an effort with a breadth and depth that we have not seen before,” Netanyahu said during a televised speech at the Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv. “Hezbollah knows very well that anyone who attacks Israel will pay a heavy price.”

    Netanyahu spoke alongside Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot. The prime minister officially declared that the operation will continue until until goals achieved.

    Earlier, Netanyahu met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The Israeli prime minister said that he spoke to the US diplomat about imposing additional sanctions on Hezbollah in light of “this new aggression.” The US, according to Netanyahu, has given Israel its full backing.

    On December 4, the IDF said that it had “neutralized” a 200m-long “attack tunnel” near at the Israeli-Lebanese border. A part of the tunnel, which was allegedly created by Hezbollah, was located near the Israeli town of Metulla.

    “The aim of Hezbollah has been to dig tunnels into our territory. It is part of an effort with a breadth and depth that we have not seen before,” Netanyahu said during a televised speech at the Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv. “Hezbollah knows very well that anyone who attacks Israel will pay a heavy price.”

    Netanyahu spoke alongside Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot. The prime minister officially declared that the operation will continue until until goals achieved.

    Earlier, Netanyahu met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The Israeli prime minister said that he spoke to the US diplomat about imposing additional sanctions on Hezbollah in light of “this new aggression.” The US, according to Netanyahu, has given Israel its full backing.

    On December 4, the IDF said that it had “neutralized” a 200m-long “attack tunnel” near at the Israeli-Lebanese border. A part of the tunnel, which was allegedly created by Hezbollah, was located near the Israeli town of Metulla.

  47. zionism December 11, 2018 @ 4:40 am

    Dear Brother,

    You called Saudi Arabia ‘Islamic’. It’s not.


    -Saudi Arabia is founded by the British Empire and now protected by the NATO led by the USA just like Israël.

    -Wahhabism is from Najd

    -Al Saud is from Najd

    Islamic scripture that backs the Christians and the return of Jusus son of Mary.

    Islamic eschatology

    Says that the Devil will come from Najd.

    The Devil corrupts everything, also all religions, for the coming of the Antichrist.

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