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  1. Brother Nathanael March 8, 2019 @ 7:50 pm


    Surrealism In Omar’s Antisemitism

    Salvador Dali couldn’t have drawn a more “surreal” painting than this.

    For with a montage of faces, accusations, inflated exaggerations, and even spontaneous blessings over Ilhan Omar’s ‘anti-Semitic’ tropes, a bizarre exhibition takes shape.

    It opens with—who could’ve predicted this?—a tweet feud between a Somalian and a Jewess.

    [Clip: “Congresswoman Ilhan Omar sparking bi-partisan backlash again for anti-Semitic comments. This time, igniting a Twitter feud over the weekend with a fellow Democrat from New York, Nita Lowey, after suggesting US politicians were being forced to quote ‘pledge allegiance to Israel,’ unquote. Congresswoman Lowey fired back Sunday tweeting, “I believe we can debate important policy without using offensive, painful stereotypes.”]

    No ‘types’ here since Omar never cited Jews, Jewish, or Judaism, but rather named AIPAC as the ‘all-about-the-Benjamins’ gifters in slanting foreign policy toward Israel.

    It’s a mixed up matzah ball soup with a Jewish lawyer, a compromised president, and a Jewish rabbi slurping the soup.

    [Clip: “Uhm, what’s going on here?” “Well, she is very anti-American. Put aside the anti-Israel. She’s so anti-American. She accuses American members of Congress, men, women, Jewish, Christian, uhm, she accuses them essentially of doing it for the money.”]

    Calling out political bribery sounds very American to me.

    [Clip: “One other thing I might want to say is that anti-Semitism has no place in the United States Congress. And Congressman Omar is terrible what she said. And I think she should either resign from Congress or she should certainly resign from the House Foreign Affairs Committee. What she said is so deep seated in her heart.”]

    What you say? What she say? “It’s all about the Benjamins.”

    You said so yourself.

    [Clip: “You’re not going to support me even though you know I’m the best thing that could ever happen to Israel and I’ll be that. And I know why you’re not going to support me. And you know, you’re not going to support me because I don’t want your money. You don’t want to give me money, okay, but that’s okay. You want to control your own politician, that’s fine, good. But I will tell you, think about that folks, don’t worry about it, I understand. Hey! Five months ago I was with you. Who was better than me? Who was better than me? I gave $350,000 dollars to the Republican Governors Association, I never even got a letter of thank you!’]

    Neither did Omar for prying open the campaign coffins of politically targeted money.

    Why don’t you freeze Omar’s assets, Mister Trump?

    Then have Bolton sanction everyone who voted for her. Who’s better at this than you and him? It’s sooooo American!

    [Clip: “Yeshiva World!” “We feel obligated to do this because we are Jews and she’s being attacked as being anti-Semitic. Or making anti-Semitic statements. We are terribly pained by this, and we feel as Jews that we have to clear her name and to come up and show our support and sympathy and solidarity with her and offer the blessings of the Jewish community who are true to their religion, Judaism.”]

    Well, even Jewish Jacob Tapper ‘blesses’ Omar too, if only to strike a blow at Trump.

    [Clip: “An Amen came from Vice President Pence who tweeted ‘to those who engage in anti-Semitic tropes should not just be denounced, they should face consequences for their words.’ “Congresswoman Omar specifically suggested that financial donations from American Jews are what fuels support for Israel. She tweeted ‘it’s all about the Benjamins baby.’ “And when asked to whom she was referring, she tweeted ‘AIPAC,’ the pro-Israel lobbying organization. Because there is nothing that this White House finds more offensive than a politician feeding into stereotypes about Jews and Jewish money and controlling politicians which is what Congresswoman Omar is accused of having done.”
    ‘Is there anybody that doesn’t renegotiate deals in this room? This room negotiates up. I want to renegotiate — this room, perhaps more than any room I’ve ever spoken to. Maybe more. It’s OK. You know, I’ve been called on that a couple of times too. You don’t want to give me money, OK, but that’s OK. You want to control your own politician, that’s fine.’ “I’m sorry. That was the wrong clip. That was then-candidate Trump in front of the Republican Jewish Coalition suggesting that haggling Jews like to control their politicians with their money. We wanted the clip of Congresswoman Omar. Control room, I want the Omar clip. Give us the Omar clip.”]

    Got it Jake, try this.

    [Clip: “One of our colleagues invokes the classic anti-Semitic tropes, the anti-Semitic language, that Jews control the world, Jews care only about money, Jews cannot be loyal Americans if they also support Israel. This too must be condemned.”]

    Oops, wrong clip.

    That’s Jewish Congressman Ted Deutch putting words in Omar’s mouth she never said.

    If she did who could accuse her of touting old wives’ tales of stereotypes and tropes?

    Even I don’t have to say a thing. Let them hang themselves by their own ropes.

    It’s all so surreal, with a cast of characters plunging deep within the American psyche that rises from the subconscious into a display that only Salvador Dali could’ve portrayed.

    But the heck with it. The House finally passed their Resolution.

    It’s not against Anti-Semitism but against “Hate” that protects Gays, Hindus, Mexicans, Muslims, LGBTQs, and…yes, Jews!

    Were you left out? Almost every folk and trope is sheltered and roofed.

    Don’t worry, it’s okay to be white. I was once a teenage werewolf too.

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  6. Ed March 8, 2019 @ 9:00 pm

    If only Trumpstein could grow a black beard and wear a big black hat.

    I think the tribe would like him more than just giving them every thing they want.

  7. Stephen Smith March 8, 2019 @ 9:01 pm

    It really IS “all about the Benjamins”!

    Omar has opened Pandora’s Box.

  8. Zionien March 8, 2019 @ 9:03 pm

    The WORM duth SQUIRM!

    Hey +BN! Great, really great Vid. Thanks so much!

    And wanted to ask a question … Is the Jewish chai symbol really a caveman-like rendition of the money worshipping pagan idol golden calf..?

  9. jona March 8, 2019 @ 10:11 pm

    BS…any U.S. Gov Official that pledges allegiance to ANY other nation/country shall be deemed a traitor and must go before a firing squad.

    Not all Jews are Zionists, and not all Zionists are Jews.

    This video will explain how the Jews feel about Omar’s position.

    Unfortunately there are members of our Government that are Zionists and they must be removed asap.

  10. paschn March 9, 2019 @ 12:17 am

    Hypocritical nation of lackeys for the Jew:

    Dr. Larson concluded in regard to Dr. Schilling: “…Dr. Schilling, who was 72 [actually 74], should have lived. He never tried to run. He stayed in Dachau and made a full statement of his work to me; he cooperated in every way, and was the only one who told the truth…”[5]

    Dr. Schilling at Trial

    The defense in the Doctors’ Trial at Nuremberg submitted evidence of doctors in the United States performing medical experiments on prison inmates and conscientious objectors during the war.

    The evidence showed that large-scale malaria experiments were performed on 800 American prisoners, many of them black, from federal penitentiaries in Atlanta and state penitentiaries in Illinois and New Jersey. U.S. doctors conducted human experiments with malaria tropica, one of the most dangerous of the malaria strains, to aid the U.S. war effort in Southeast Asia.[6]

    Although Dr. Schilling’s malaria experiments were no more dangerous or illegal than the malaria experiments performed by U.S. doctors, Dr. Schilling had to atone for his malaria experiments by being hanged to death while his wife watched. The U.S. doctors who performed malaria experiments on humans were never charged with a crime.


  11. Frank Frivilous March 9, 2019 @ 10:23 am

    Of course a White Christian Man would never be permitted to make similar comments, which further supports the impression that Ms. Omar is a project and a plant for controlled opposition.

  12. Albert March 9, 2019 @ 10:39 am


    Wow, it’s getting as plain as black and white now.

  13. Jews Created Racism March 9, 2019 @ 1:41 pm

    Spewing wild accusations of ‘anti-Semitism’ is becoming normal in the Jews Media.

    Congressman Omar is a current target. The latest anti-hate farce is being legislated in Congress.

    The Jews Media uses expressions like racism, anti-semitism, and such bogus words to divide the races against each other, to portray Jews as victims instead of the aggressors they actually are, and to incite hate, riots, violence, and war between goyim races and nations.

    If there had never been any Jewish agitation about racism, the world might not have ever heard of racism or even thought about it. Jews use racism as a weapon of war on naive victims.

    Racism, like anti-Semitism, is a Divide and Conquer concept invented by Jews.

    ‘Racism’ is used to incite goyim against each other. ‘Anti-Semitism’ is used to create sympathy for Jews.

  14. Zionien March 9, 2019 @ 2:21 pm

    The Jews fear MOST a Muslim woman who is brave & honest.

    Her opinion cuts them to the bone with no wormy wiggle room to speak of! Had it been a white American Christian male, it would have had a “Pffft” response to it and of course “penalties” in the form of a forced apology!

    This just goes to show the Jews have NO respect/regard for a people they believe they have already conquered — The Christian People Of The U.S.A.

    And why shouldn’t they? After all they own the likes of idiots like Hagee.

    What the Jew doesn’t grasp is that normal people of America just like to be left alone. They don’t crave the ego flattering the Jew lives for, only to work hard – pay their bills – raise a healthy Christian family.

    This is a FACT that has the meaning that there are so many who feel EXACTLY like Ms. Ilhan Omar!

    This WON’T be swept under the rug. This will hang in the air for all to ponder on and eventually agree upon!

    If the powers that be try to punish her/fire her — it will only serve to further EXPOSE their wickedness! Ms. America is the Beast and Israel is the whore drunk with the blood of martyrs/flattery/self glorification who rides upon its back, protecting the FAKE “state”!

  15. AJ March 9, 2019 @ 2:45 pm

    While I don’t like Omar’s leftism, I find her to be a very elegant and articulate congresswoman.

    Her grilling of Elliott Abrams was a terrific moment, and she did so with perfect poise.

    If only more Americans, and esp. Trumpsters, could adopt this more sophisticated view of the world.

    Why can’t more in Congress reach across the aisle and act together to denounce Israel?

    One person alone won’t change anything, but if they all came together and stuck it to the Jewish lobbies that would send a clear message.

  16. Kalin March 9, 2019 @ 4:24 pm


    “Therefore rejoice, ye heavens, and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.”

  17. Eileen Kuch March 9, 2019 @ 5:09 pm


    I wholeheartedly agree with you, A.J., Ilhan Omar’s grilling of the evil war criminal Elliott Abrams was a wonderful masterpiece, and she did it with perfect poise.

    If only more Americans, and esp. Trumpsters, could adopt this more sophisticated view of the world.

    I ask the same question. Why can’t Congress reach across the aisle and act together to denounce Israel?

    One individual alone won’t change anything, but if they all come together and stuck it to the Jewish lobbies that would certainly send a clear message.

  18. benzion kook March 9, 2019 @ 7:34 pm

    Jews like to get rich killing white people.

    Now they’re using fentanyl. Just don’t say anything about it or they’ll accuse you of anti-Semitism.

  19. jim March 9, 2019 @ 8:09 pm

    Look what they did to David Duke for telling the truth.

    The next Hitler or AntiChrist will come from the Democratic Party, not Republican or far right.

  20. ricck lineheart March 9, 2019 @ 9:18 pm

    Oh but look at the 1:59 mark in the video, the Master War Criminal employed by AIPAC to work towards another war for Americans to die in.

    Just as the war in Afghanistan is heading into the 20 year mark!

    But why is telling the TRUTH anti-Semitic?

    Is it against the law any law in the U.S.A. to tell the TRUTH?

    God be with you Bro. Nate, many thanks for your God given courage!

  21. Citizenfitz March 10, 2019 @ 12:28 am

    @Frank Frivilous

    My thought… exactly.

  22. KathJuliane March 10, 2019 @ 12:26 pm

    Not meant for the eyes and ears of the Goyim


    Unz Review: A Review of “Revolutionary Yiddishland: A History of Jewish Radicalism”

    [Or as Russia Insider put it, “1983 Book by Jewish Historians Celebrates Jewish Role in Mass Murder of Russians Under Bolshevism”

    “Trotsky was feted by Jews worldwide as ‘an avenger of Jewish humiliations under Tsarism, bringing fire and slaughter to their worst enemies.'[A16]”]

    Brenton Sanderson

    Part 1 of 3:

    Alain Brossat and Sylvie Klingberg’s Revolutionary Yiddishland: A History of Jewish Radicalism was first published in France in 1983. A revised edition appeared in 2009 and an English translation in 2016.

    Intended for a mainly Jewish readership, the book is essentially an apologia for Jewish communist militants in Eastern Europe in the early to mid-twentieth century.

    Brossat, a Jewish lecturer in philosophy at the University of Paris, and Klingberg, an Israeli sociologist, interviewed dozens of former revolutionaries living in Israel in the early 1980s.

    In their testimony they recalled “the great scenes” of their lives such as “the Russian Civil War, the building of the USSR, resistance in the camps, the war in Spain, the armed struggle against Nazism, and the formation of socialist states in Eastern Europe.”[A1]

    While each followed different paths, “the constancy of these militants’ commitment was remarkable, as was the firmness of the ideas and aspirations that underlay it.” Between the two world wars, communist militancy was “the center of gravity of their lives.”[A2]

    While communism in Europe in the early- to mid-twentieth century was characterized by economic dysfunction, systematic oppression, summary executions, and the elimination of entire ethnic groups, Brossat and Klingberg wistfully recall it as a time when European Jewry “failed to achieve its hopes, its utopias, its political programs and strategies.”

    Instead, the messianic dreams of radical Jews were “broken on the rocks of twentieth-century European history.”

    A product of their ethnocentric infatuation with the “romance” of Jewish involvement in radical political movements, Revolutionary Yiddishland is Brossat and Klingberg’s hagiographic attempt to resurrect a history that is today “more than lost, being actually denied, even unpronounceable.”

    The unstated reason for this omission lies in the determination of Jews to absolve their co-ethnics of any responsibility for the crimes of communism, and to ensure the advent of German National Socialism is always framed in a way that conduces to a simplified narrative of saintly Jewish victimhood and German (and by extension White European) malevolence.

    Maintaining this narrative is supremely important for the legions of Jewish “diversity” activists and propagandists throughout the West, given the status of “the Holocaust” as the moral and rhetorical foundation of today’s White displacement agenda.

    Invocation of this narrative is reflexively used to stifle opposition to the Jewish diaspora strategies of mass non-White immigration and multiculturalism.

    By contrast, free discussion of the Jewish role in communist crimes undermines Jewish pretentions to moral authority grounded in their self-designated status as history’s preeminent victims.

    This polarity accounts for the fact that, since 1945, over 150 feature films have been made about “the Holocaust” while the number of films that have been made about the genocide of millions of Eastern Europeans can be counted on one hand — and none have been produced by Hollywood.

    The critical importance of suppressing discussion of this unsavory aspect of Jewish history was underscored by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen in his 2013 screed The Devil That Never Dies: The Rise of Global Antisemitism (reviewed here).

    For Goldhagen, any claim Jews were responsible for the Bolshevik Revolution and its predations is a “calumny,” and morally reprehensible because “If you associate Jews with communism, or worse, hold communism to be a Jewish invention and weapon, every time the theme, let alone the threat, of communism, Marxism, revolution, or the Soviet Union comes up, it also conjures, reinforces, even deepens thinking prejudicially about Jews and the animus against Jews in one’s country.”[A3]

    It is therefore imperative the topic remain taboo and discussion of it suppressed — regardless of how many historians (Jewish and non-Jewish) confirm the decisive role Jews played in providing the ideological basis for, and the establishment, governance and administration of, the former communist dictatorships of Central and Eastern Europe.

    In a recent article for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, journalist Cnaan Liphshiz, while noting that the Goldhagen approach of absolute denial constitutes “a logical strategy” for Jews, admits the facts do “reaffirm in essence” the assessment of those like “promoter of Holocaust denial” Mark Weber who observed that: “Although officially Jews have never made up more than five percent of the country’s total population, they played a highly disproportionate and probably decisive role in the infant Bolshevik regime.”

    Liphshiz notes how Russia’s main Jewish museum has, since 2012, “tackled head on the subject of revolutionary Jews” in an exhibition that “underlines unapologetically how and why Jews became central to the revolution.”

    Knowing that outright denial of the pivotal Jewish role in the Bolshevik revolution and the murderous regimes it spawned is intellectually untenable, a growing number of Jewish historians concede the point, but insist this leading role was morally justified because it was essentially “defensive” in nature.

    Thus, while freely admitting Jews had “an outsized role in the revolution,” Boruch Gorin, chairman of Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, insists that “there were very good reasons for this,” with “anti-Semitism” being foremost among them.

    For Gorin, the revolution, while offering “Russia’s Jews many opportunities, equal rights and education and a chance to fill the vacuum left by the elite that was forced into exile,” most importantly offered a haven from a “wave of pogroms” in the Ukraine and elsewhere that “some historians call a dress rehearsal for the Holocaust.”

    According to this conception, a Jew in 1917 “had two choices: revolution or exile.”

    Andrew Joyce has explored how Jewish historians and activists have distorted and weaponized the history of “pogroms” in the former Russian Empire.

    The mythos forged around these events, crystallized in the Russo-Jewish Committee’s propaganda pamphlet The Persecution of the Jews in Russia (1881) and reporting in Jewish-controlled newspapers throughout the West, was pivotal in accelerating the development of modern, international Jewish politics.

    This narrative revolves around certain claims: that Jews were oppressed for centuries in Russia; that the Pale of Settlement was a virtual prison; that tsarist authorities actively organized and directed pogroms; that pogroms were genocidal and extremely violent in nature; and that Russians were uncivilized and barbaric savages.

    Contemporary Jewish historians like Simon Sebag Montefiore continue to credit lurid tales of pogroms where Jews were “massacred in such gleefully ingenious atrocities — disemboweled, dismembered, decapitated; children were cutleted, roasted and eaten in front of raped mothers.”[A4]

    Joyce notes how the dissemination of such pornographic accounts were key to ensuring “that mass Jewish chain migration to the West went on untroubled and unhindered by nativists.

    After all, wasn’t the bigoted nativist just a step removed from the rampaging Cossack?”

    Uncritically drawing on this bogus narrative, establishment historians typically ascribe the pogroms to irrational manifestations of hate against Jews, tsarist malevolence, the pathological jealousy and primitive barbarity of the Russian mob, and the “blood libel.”

    The real underlying causes of peasant uprisings against Jews, such as the Jewish monopolization of entire industries (including the sale of liquor to peasants on credit), predatory moneylending, and radical political agitation, are completely ignored, despite tsarist authorities having repeatedly expressed alarm over how “Jews were exploiting the unsophisticated and ignorant rural inhabitants, reducing them to a Jewish serfdom.”[A5]

    Initiatives to move Jews into less socially damaging economic niches, through extending educational opportunities and drafting Jews into the army, were ineffective in altering this basic pattern.

    With this in mind, even the revolutionary anarchist Mikhail Bakunin concluded that Jews were “an exploiting sect, a blood-sucking people, a unique, devouring parasite tightly and intimately organized … cutting across all the differences in political opinion.”[A6]

    In Revolutionary Yiddishland, Brossat and Klingberg posit the “Jewish Bolshevism as morally justified ethnic self-defense” thesis, insisting that “anti-Semitism” was “an insidious poison hovering in the air of the time” that comprised “the sinister background music to the action of the Yiddishland revolutionaries.”[A7]

    The real causes of anti-Jewish sentiment among the native peasantry are, once again, comprehensively ignored.

    Rather than seeing Jewish communist militants as willing agents of ethnically-motivated oppression and mass murder, the authors depict them as noble victims who tragically “linked their fate to the grand narrative of working-class emancipation, fraternity between peoples, socialist egalitarianism” rather than to “a Jewish state solidly established on its ethnic foundations, territorial conquests and realpolitik alliances.”[A8]

    In other words, they mistakenly held communism rather than Zionism to be best for the Jews.

    Determined to absolve their co-ethnics of any culpability for communist crimes, Brossat and Klingberg assure us that the militancy of their informants “was always messianic, optimistic, oriented to the Good — a fundamental and irreducible difference from that of the fascists with which some people have been tempted to compare it, on the pretext that one ‘militant ideal’ is equivalent to any other.”[A9]

    In other words, tens of millions may have died because of the actions of Jewish communist militants, but their hearts were pure.

    Regarding such arguments, Kevin MacDonald observed how Jewish involvement with Bolshevism “is perhaps the most egregious example of Jewish moral particularism in all of history.

    The horrific consequences of Bolshevism for millions of non-Jewish Soviet citizens do not seem to have been an issue for Jewish leftists — a pattern that continues into the present.”[A10]

    Jewish participation in Bolshevism as ethnic revenge

    That their motivations were far from pure, and that ethnic animosity and desire for revenge were key factors driving the large-scale Jewish support of, and participation in, communist movements was obvious to the Jewish historian Norman Cantor who made the following observation:

    “The Bolshevik Revolution and some of its aftermath represented, from one perspective, Jewish revenge.

    During the heyday of the Cold War, American Jewish publicists spent a lot of time denying that — as 1930s anti-Semites claimed — Jews played a disproportionately important role in Soviet and world Communism.

    The truth is until the early 1950s Jews did play such a role, and there is nothing to be ashamed of. In time Jews will learn to take pride in the record of the Jewish Communists in the Soviet Union and elsewhere. It was a species of striking back.[A11]”


  23. Steve March 10, 2019 @ 4:49 pm


    Communism and Zionism are the same misreading of Messianic Judaism:

    “And such elements as cannot be traced to Christianity can be traced to Judaism, the ‘fossilized’ parent of Christianity which had been preserved by a Jewish Diaspora and volatilized through opening of the ghettos and the emancipation of Western Jewry in the generation of Marx’s grandparents.

    “Marx has taken the goddess ‘Historical Necessity’ in place of Yahweh for his deity, and the internal proletariat of the Western World in place of Jewry from his chosen people, and his Messianic Kingdom is conceived of as a Dictatorship of the Proletariat; but the salient features of the Jewish Apocalypse protrude through the threadbare disguise.”

    Arnold J. Toynbee from “A Study of History”

  24. benzion kook March 10, 2019 @ 7:54 pm


    The Jews’ “equalizer” has always been the big lies.

  25. John Asgaard March 10, 2019 @ 9:48 pm

    Trump’s Obeisance To The Jews Has Transformed America Into USSR Officially

    The Robert Mueller investigation had one goal: to keep the fire hot under President Trump’s ass to keep him pliable and compliant to the will of the Jews and Israel.

    Now that we are 2 years into the Trump Presidency, we are finding that even Hillary Clinton would have had some proverbial “checks and balances” within her government in order to contain the full virulence and autonomy of the Jew.

    However, the American people who placed him into office had no idea that by removing the “Deep State,” we were also removing the deeply entrenched skeptics of the International Jew as well, those deep state heroes who actually placed America first, and not Israel.

    What has happened now under Trump is that the Jew is now totally free, totally in charge, and at the head of every governmental agency within the United States, either as a chief face of the agency, or as they prefer, a “deputy” or “assistant” or “vice-whatever.”

    Now the international Jew is free and unfettered to go after all real and perceived enemies of the Jews in America, without interruption:

    (1) all white Christian nationalists and business owners are now being targeted, just like in the former USSR;

    (2) all perceived enemies and critics of Jews and Israel are being scrutinized and targeted by the IRS;

    (3) all white Christian nationalists and business owners and all perceived enemies and critics of Jews and Israel are being targeted by all governmental agencies such as the U.S. Department of Justice, FBI, and DHS;

    (4) President Trump can’t even save his friends and allies who helped him get elected, such as Roger Stone or Paul Manafort, so just what the hell could he possibly do for the American people that elected him;

    (5) the current good U.S. Economy is only due to the international Jew (and its ally Saudi Arabia, who together did 911) artificially pouring in temporary money into the U.S. Economy which they will no doubt pull away and out once their final goals of U.S. destruction are achieved;

    (6) all the while the international Jew works overtime in Trump’s foreign policy cabinets and apparatus to undermine and destroy our friendships, relationships, business ties, and alliances with our overseas historic friends and partners, while the International Jew and Israel work directly in the opposite direction, strengthening and fortifying their relationships, business ties, military alliances and friendships with the same very countries the U.S. Jew is forcing us to cut ties with and sanction – Russia, China, India, Eurasia, South America, Africa and others;

    (7) President Trump is too much of a dumbass to realize that this is actually happening, and this is why so many good, intelligent, solid men like former Secretary of Defense General James Mattes, former DHS Chief John Kelly, and former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson fled Trump’s administration in droves once they realized that Trump was being played by the international Jew.

    These are the same Jews whose grandparents supported and galvanized Hitler and Stalin to create their own tyrannies/dictatorships which murdered in cold blood 100s of millions of good, white, Christian men and women, while the Jew survived and grew more wealthy, prosperous and stronger by stealing its wealth and resources all for themselves, and by placing themselves as leaders into all of the most powerful and influential state and federal governmental agencies, as well as into all of the leadership positions in private big business – such as the Big Tech industry (Google, Yelp, FaceBook, etc);

    (8) the international Jew loves to settle into the major cities in the millions, seize its levers of power, buy or insert all of its local politicians with campaign donations, and then exercise proxy rule over the rest of the country of 100s of millions of white Christian conservatives like they did in Russia, Poland, Germany, Spain, and the rest of Europe.

    Then they implode that country from the inside by destroying its infrastructure with decay and corruption while leaving the doors open at night or just outright giving them national security state secrets for that host country’s enemies to enter into and destroy through foreign invasion, imbalanced trade, or outright war.

    The USA is f–ked because of the total and unbelievable stupidity of President Donald Trump, now more than ever.

  26. KathJuliane March 11, 2019 @ 4:46 am

    American Conservative: Israel Is Not America’s Ally

    Daniel Larison

    Andrew Sullivan comments on the U.S.-Israel relationship and the role of “pro-Israel” lobbying groups in our politics in a new essay.

    There are several things that I think Sullivan gets wrong, but perhaps the most significant and pervasive error in the piece is his repeated description of the relationship an “alliance.”

    He notes that the U.S. gets nothing in return for the extensive military and diplomatic support that it provides, he acknowledges that the U.S. “suffers internationally” on account of its close relationship with Israel, and he marvels at how badly its government under Netanyahu has behaved towards the U.S.

    Nonetheless, he writes, “I would defend the alliance despite this, because of my core belief in a Jewish state.”

    The trouble with all this is that there is no alliance and Israel is not our ally.

    Its government does not behave as an ally does, it has never fought alongside U.S. forces in any of our foreign wars, and its interests are not aligned with ours as an ally’s should be.

    There is no formal treaty and no binding obligations that require our governments to do anything for the other.

    There are few words in U.S. foreign policy debates used more frequently and with less precision than ally and alliance.

    Our politicians and pundits use these terms to refer to almost every state with which the U.S. has some kind of security relationship, and it always grossly exaggerates the nature and extent of the ties between our governments.

    The exaggeration in Israel’s case is greatest of all because it is routinely called our “most important ally” in the region, or even our “most cherished ally” in all the world.

    These are ideological assertions that are not grounded in any observable reality.

    Dozens of other states all over the world are better allies to the United States than the “most cherished ally” is, and they don’t preside over an illegal occupation that implicates the U.S. in decades of abuses and crimes against the Palestinian people living under that occupation, but none of them enjoys the lockstep, uncritical backing that this one state does.

    The effect of this constant repetition is to make the U.S.-Israel relationship seem extremely important to U.S. interests when it is not, and that serves to promote the “illusion of an imaginary common interest in cases where no real common interest exists.”

    It is this illusion as much as anything else that prevents a serious reassessment of the relationship.

    Israel is one of America’s regional clients, and it is the one that the U.S. indulges more than any other, but that is all that it is.

    As such, it receives far more support than it needs to and far more than makes sense for the U.S. to give, and the overwhelming political support that the relationship has is out of all proportion to the value of the relationship to the United States.

    In fact, like several other regional clients Israel has increasingly become a liability for the U.S., and the relationship should be changed accordingly.

    Also see: Allegiances and Passionate Attachments

    George Washington warned against both passionate attachments and inveterate antipathies to other nations in his Farewell Address.

    He correctly perceived that both strong sentiments would cause Americans to put the interests of the preferred nation ahead of our own or to lure the U.S. into unnecessary conflicts for reasons that had nothing to do with our security.

    The most relevant passage of the address says this:

    “The nation which indulges towards another a habitual hatred or a habitual fondness is in some degree a slave.

    “It is a slave to its animosity or to its affection, either of which is sufficient to lead it astray from its duty and its interest.

    “Antipathy in one nation against another disposes each more readily to offer insult and injury, to lay hold of slight causes of umbrage, and to be haughty and intractable, when accidental or trifling occasions of dispute occur.

    “Hence, frequent collisions, obstinate, envenomed, and bloody contests. The nation, prompted by ill-will and resentment, sometimes impels to war the government, contrary to the best calculations of policy.

    “The government sometimes participates in the national propensity, and adopts through passion what reason would reject; at other times it makes the animosity of the nation subservient to projects of hostility instigated by pride, ambition, and other sinister and pernicious motives.

    The peace often, sometimes perhaps the liberty, of nations, has been the victim.

    “…And it gives to ambitious, corrupted, or deluded citizens (who devote themselves to the favorite nation), facility to betray or sacrifice the interests of their own country, without odium, sometimes even with popularity; gilding, with the appearances of a virtuous sense of obligation, a commendable deference for public opinion, or a laudable zeal for public good, the base or foolish compliances of ambition, corruption, or infatuation [bold mine-DL].”

    So likewise, a passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils.


    Two of my maternal ancestors, Fancher and Cornell of Rhode Island and Connecticutt, fought with George Washington for independence from the British Crown.

    They sure as heck did not fight to see Israhell hung like a stinking albatross around America’s neck or be a shackle to the ball and chain of the Jewish state.

  27. KathJuliane March 11, 2019 @ 5:07 am

    Institute for Policy Studies: What Did Ilhan Omar Say?

    Here’s the Full Transcript of Her Response to a Question about Anti-Semitism [with video on webpage]

    Several members of Congress, including Rep. Nita Lowey and Rep. Juan Vargas, have weighed in on comments made by Rep. Ilhan Omar. The problem is, in their outrage, they were misrepresenting what she said. We’ve got the transcript.

    March 6, 2019

    This is the transcript of the Rep. Ilhan Omar’s full response to the question about anti-Semitism from the Busboys & Poets event. Her response begins around 1:00:00:

    Andy Shallal: [ question about dealing with accusations of anti-Semitism]

    Rashida Tlaib – […] this conversation is about human rights for everyone, this conversation around what this looks like is not centered around hate, it’s actually centered around love.

    Ilhan Omar – I get emotional every time I hear Rashida, and I think I’m just gonna stop hanging out with her, she’s messing with my [style?].

    I know that I have a huge Jewish constituency, and you know, every time I meet with them they share stories of [the] safety and sanctuary that they would love for the people of Israel, and most of the time when we’re having the conversation, there is no actual relative that they speak of, and there still is lots of emotion that comes through because it’s family, right?

    Like my children still speak of Somalia with passion and compassion even though they don’t have a family member there.

    But we never really allow space for the stories of Palestinians seeking safety and sanctuary to be uplifted.

    And to me, it is the dehumanization and the silencing of a particular pain and suffering of people, should not be ok and normal. And you can’t be in the practice of humanizing and uplifting the suffering of one, if you’re not willing to do that for everyone.

    And so for me I know that when I hear my Jewish constituents or friends or colleagues speak about Palestinians who don’t want safety, or Palestinians who aren’t deserving I stay focused on the actual debate about what that process should look like.

    I never go to the dark place of saying “here’s a Jewish person, they’re talking about Palestinians, Palestinians are Muslim, maybe they’re Islamophobic.” I never allow myself to go there because I don’t have to.

    And what I am fearful of is that because Rashida and I are Muslim, that a lot of Jewish colleagues, a lot of our Jewish constituents, a lot of our allies, go to thinking that everything we say about Israel, to be anti-Semitic, because we are Muslim.

    And so to me, it is something that becomes designed to end the debate.

    Because you get in this space, of like, ‘I know what intolerance looks like and I’m sensitive when someone says that the words you use Ilhan, are resemblance of intolerance’. And I am cautious of that and I feel pained by that.

    But it’s almost as if every single time we say something, regardless of what it is we say, that it’s supposed to about foreign policy or engagement, that our advocacy about ending oppression, or the freeing of every human life and wanting dignity, we get to be labeled in something, and that’s the end of the discussion, because we end up defending that, and nobody gets to have the broader debate of “what is happening with Palestine?” [applause]

    So for me, I want to talk about the political influence in this country that says it is ok for people to push for allegiance to a foreign country. [Omar never said “pledge allegiance to Israel” like the MSM put in her mouth – Kj]

    And I want to ask, why is it ok for me to talk about the influence of the NRA, of fossil fuel industries, or Big Pharma, and not talk about a powerful lobby that is influencing policy? [applause]

    And I want to ask the question, why is it ok for you to push, for you to be… there are so many people… I mean most of us are new, but many members of Congress have been there forever.

    Some of them have been there before we were born. So I know many of them were fighting for people to be free, for people to live in dignity in South Africa.

    I know many of them fight for people around the world to have dignity to have self-determination. So I know, I know that they care about these things.

    But now that you have two Muslims that are saying “here is a group of people that we want to make sure that they have the dignity that you want everyone else to have!” …we get to be called names, we get to be labeled as hateful.

    No, we know what hate looks like. We experience it every single day. [applause] We have to deal with death threats. I have colleagues who talk about death threats. And sometimes… there are cities in my state where the gas stations have written on their bathrooms “assassinate Ilhan Omar”.

    I have people driving around my district looking for my home, for my office, causing me harm. I have people every single day on Fox News and everywhere, posting that I am a threat to this country. So I know what fear looks like.

    The masjid [mosque] I pray in in Minnesota got bombed by two domestic white terrorists. So I know what it feels to be someone who is of a faith that is vilified.

    I know what it means to be someone whose ethnicity that is vilified. I know what it feels to be of a race that is, like I am an immigrant, so I don’t have some of the historical drama of some of my sisters and brothers have in this country, but I know what it means for people to just see me as a black person, and to treat me as less than a human.

    And so, when people say “you are bringing hate,” I know what their intention is. Their intention is to make sure that our lights are dimmed. That we walk around with our heads bowed. That we lower our face and our voice.

    But we have news for people. You can call us any kind of name. You can threaten us any kind of way. Rashida and I are not ourselves. Every single day we walk in the halls of Congress and we have people who have never had the opportunity to walk there walking with us.

    So we’re here, we’re here to stay and represent all the people who have been silenced for many decades and many generations.

    And we’re here to fight for the people of our district who want to make sure that there is actual prosperity, actual prosperity, being guaranteed.

    Because there is a direct correlation between not having clean water, and starting endless wars. It’s all about the profit and who gets benefit.

    There’s a direct correlation between corporations that are getting rich, and the fact that we have students who are shackled with debt. There is a direct correlation between the White House and the people who are benefiting from detention beds that are profitized.

    So, what people are afraid of is not that there are two Muslims in Congress. What people are afraid of is that there are two Muslims in Congress that have their eyes wide open, that have their feet to the ground, that know what they’re talking about, that are fearless, and that understand that they have the same election certificate that everyone in Congress does. [applause]

  28. KathJuliane March 11, 2019 @ 8:24 am

    Dr. James Zogby, and his brother John, founder of the well-known and highly-respected Zogby International market research and opinion polling firm founded in 1984, are Lebanese Arab Americans raised in a Catholic family.

    As pithy Caitlin Johnstone wittily observed: “Israel Lobby Rebuts Omar’s Claims About Its Immense Influence By Exerting Its Immense Influence”


    American Arab Institute: The Shameful Attack that Backfired
    By Dr. James J. Zogby

    What happened to Congresswoman Ilhan Omar was troubling. On the one hand, because she dared to challenge the way supporters of Israel have worked to silence debate on US policy toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, she became a victim of incitement, and the target of legislation meant to shame her.

    At the same time, however, the heavy-handed tactics employed against her by some pro-Israel members of Congress backfired, exposing new fault lines in the US-Israel relationship.

    The weapon of choice utilized by Omar’s opponents was to demonize her as an anti-Semite.

    Her “sin,” it appears, was her continued umbrage over the double-standard that exists in American policy toward Israel and its treatment of Palestinians.

    During Israel’s assault on Gaza, for example, she criticized the failure of the US media to pierce through Israeli propaganda and see what was actually happening to Palestinians in that impoverished strip of land.

    Once in Congress, she was deemed to have “sinned” again when she challenged the power of AIPAC to intimidate politicians and silence debate on Israel/Palestine.

    New to Washington and the “acceptable language” one should use to discuss these issues, she admitted that her word choices had been unfortunate and apologized for the pain she may have caused.

    Despite her apology, she remained a target. Because she is a hijab-wearing Muslim, who was critical of Israel, the GOP sought to exploit her in their continuing effort to drive a wedge between the Jewish community and Democrats.

    For their part, some Democrats reacted with hyperventilated outrage. Extreme language was used to denounce Omar. Her words were described as “bigoted,” “vile,” and, of course, “anti-Semitic slurs.”

    Never, in all this time, was there a critical examination of what she actually said.

    In fact, she never accused the Jewish community of controlling the media (unless one assumes that Israel’s ability to dominate media coverage of events occurring in the occupation can be attributed to the Jewish community).

    Nor did she accuse the Jewish community of using money to buy influence in Washington (unless one suggests that AIPAC speaks for and acts on behalf of the entire Jewish community).

    It didn’t matter, her opponents continued to call her an “anti-Semite,” and did so with such frequency that the term stuck, putting her at risk to threats of violence from bigots.

    The entire affair came to a head when, at a town hall last week, Omar attempted to explain herself.

    Asked to address the controversy that had erupted over her advocacy of Palestinian rights, Omar’s colleague, Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, spoke first noting that to her the question of Palestine is personal – her grandmother still lives in the West Bank and Congresswoman Tlaib desires that she receive equal justice and recognition of her rights to live in dignity.

    Reacting to what she had just heard, Omar said that she couldn’t agree with those who fight for human rights and dignity for others and yet exclude Palestinian rights and dignity. For her part, she said, the focus should be universal ­– leaving no one out.

    She then chided those in Congress who have pressed her to reject her commitment to call out Israeli abuses and ignore Palestinians rights. Because she is a Muslim, Omar said, her criticism of Israel has been automatically seen as anti-Semitic in order to silence her.

    Even more troubling she noted was that, as a result of the manufactured controversy over her words, the discussion became whether or not she was an anti-Semite, while ignoring “the broader debate about what is happening in Palestine.”

    At that point, Omar said that she resented those who are pushing her to demonstrate allegiance to Israel.

    She concluded by saying that she wanted to have this conversation about “the political influence in this country that says it’s okay to push for allegiance to a foreign country.”

    The reaction to this newest “sin” was near hysteria. Without ever listening to what she actually said, some members of Congress accused her of saying that the Jews had dual-loyalty – despite the fact that she had said no such thing.

    They demanded that Omar be censured or removed from her committee posts. And the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee proposed a resolution that would have denounced anti-Semitism in a way that was clearly directed at the congresswoman.

    What was disturbing about this proposed resolution was that none of “Whereas” clauses included had anything to do with what Omar actually said.

    She never accused Jews of “dual loyalty because they support Israel”; nor did she display “prejudicial attitudes” towards Jews; nor did she ever make “mendacious, dehumanizing, demonizing, or stereotypical allegations about Jews”.

    What she did do was: challenge official American, and in particular, Congressional silence on the suffering of the Palestinians; the efforts by pro-Israel groups to silence debate on this issue; and the way that some have sought to create a virtual identity being pro-Israel and American interests.

    Despite the obvious falseness of their claims, Omar’s opponents in Congress plowed ahead with their proposed bill in order “to teach her a lesson.”

    In their remarks rebuking Omar, they unwittingly made her point.

    One congressman said, “Questioning support for the US-Israel relationship is unacceptable.”

    Another said, “there are many reasons to support Israel, but there is no reason to oppose Israel.”

    While still another said that Democrats and Republicans, alike, are committed to insuring that the “United States and Israel stand as one.”

    It is exactly this attitude to which Omar objected when she wrote, “I am told everyday that I am anti-American if I am not pro-Israel…I know what it means to be an American and no one will ever tell me otherwise…I have not said anything about the loyalty of others, but spoke about the loyalty expected of me.”

    Because Omar has touched what some have come to say is “the third rail of American politics” she was being exploited by some Republicans and hung out to dry by some Democrats.

    They put a target on her back. And haters were quick to respond with frightening death threats and shameful bigoted assaults on her as a Muslim woman.

    There is no question that these threats against Omar were the byproduct of the sustained campaign of incitement.

    It’s important to note, however, that outside of the halls of Congress a different reality was unfolding.

    The attacks on Congresswoman Omar were rejected by many Democrats, including progressive Jewish groups, and a debate was sparked by the issues she raised and the over-reaction to them by Congress.

    By week’s end, the entire effort appeared to backfire.

    Instead of being the “slam dunk” they expected, the proposed resolution ran into blocks. Some members objected to singling out of anti-Semitism, without also denouncing racism, sexism, xenophobia, Islamophobia, etc.

    Others protested that Omar was being singled out and put at risk.

    And a few of the more prominent Democratic presidential hopefuls (Senators Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Kamala Harris) insisted that charges of anti-Semitism should not be used to silence debate on Israeli policy.

    By week’s end, Congress passed a resolution denouncing all forms of hate or intolerance against any religious, ethnic, or religious community. Since it made mention of Ilhan, it was clearly a loss for those who began the push to shame or punish her.

    Two final points must be made:

    Firstly, Representative Omar is owed an apology. False charges and a manufactured crisis have sullied her name and put her at risk.

    And secondly, it is clear that Omar’s courage has helped to open a door enabling a discussion of Israeli policy and the US-Israel relationship.

    While her opponents attempted to slam it shut, it seems that their behavior and incitement against her backfired stirring a debate that has helped to pry the door even further open.


    Somali-American US Rep. Omar has done well. I hope she speaks up on the persecution of Christians living a catacomb existence in Muslim-majority Somalia, and the suppression of Christians in other countries such as the illustrious Persian Gulf Zio-Arab monarchies. Christianity existed in Northeast Africa and the South Arab Peninsula long before the birth of Islam.

  29. benzion kook March 11, 2019 @ 12:53 pm

    The Fuhrer didn’t kill millions of people in the 20’s, 30’s and in Jew World War 2.

    The Jews, their puppet Stalin, and the All-lies did.

    On the contrary, the Fuhrer did everything he could to prevent the horrific slaughter perpetrated by the aforementioned war criminals.

  30. AJ March 11, 2019 @ 3:32 pm

    What’s interesting is many anti-Zionists speaking out now are women, which must surprise many Zionist Jews.

    They do all they can to attack Christian men, whom they perceive as their most dangerous enemies. But these brave women are the ones taking Zionism head on.

  31. KathJuliane March 12, 2019 @ 4:55 am

    The ADL/SPLC Termites at YouTube have been gnawing at +BN’s Videos again.

    This newest one is now restricted.


    Press TV: The Debate – Washington Pledge to Israel

    Do many American politicians have mixed loyalty when it comes to which nation they should represent?

    One would think that they would represent the American people and be loyal to the United States, however according to some American politicians who have seen national politics from the inside, the Israeli lobby AIPAC is running the show and has bought the allegiance of many in Washington.

    Before debating the topic, let’s cross over to Washington DC where Press TV’s correspondent, Colin Campbell, is standing by to give us an update about comments by Rep. Ilhan Omar about “dual loyalty” and allegiance to a foreign country.


    Dear Steve,

    I’d say that Toynabee was spot on. The Jewish Messiah had not come yet, so the Jews decided to “become their own messiah” as Baruch Levi wrote to Karl Marx, and took matters into their own hands.

    “The Jewish people as a whole will become its own Messiah. It will attain world dominion by the dissolution of other races, by the abolition of frontiers, the annihilation of monarchy and by the establishment of a world republic in which the Jews will everywhere exercise the privilege of citizenship.

    “In this New World Order, the children of Israel will furnish all the leaders without encountering opposition. The Governments of the different peoples forming the world republic will fall without difficulty into the hands of the Jews.

    “It will then be possible for the Jewish rulers to abolish private property and everywhere to make use of the resources of the state.

    “Thus will the promise of the Talmud be fulfilled, in which is said that when the Messianic time is come, the Jews will have all the property of the whole world in their hands.” – Baruch Levy, in response to Karl Marx, ‘La Revue de Paris’, p.574, June 1, 1928

  32. KathJuliane March 12, 2019 @ 6:29 am

    It’s “anti-Semitic” to notice these little details.


    Electronic Intifada: New York Times lets Israel do its “fact checking”

    The New York Times has told me it is perfectly content to accept the word of the Israeli government over the facts.

    I had advised the newspaper of record that columnist Bret Stephens misrepresented the facts in his implicit rejoinder to Michelle Alexander’s incisive opinion piece calling to break the silence on Palestine.

    Stephens wrote: “Nearly 1,300 Israeli civilians have been killed in Palestinian terrorist attacks in this century: That’s the proportional equivalent of about 16 September 11s in the United States.”

    This is wrong.

    According to the Israeli human rights group B’Tselem, which keeps meticulous statistics, 823 Israeli civilians were killed from 29 September 2000 until the end of January this year, along with 433 “Israeli security force personnel.”

    In the same period, nearly 10,000 Palestinians have been killed by Israel – the equivalent of dozens of September 11s, to use Stephens’ yardstick – although for him, Palestinian casualties apparently don’t matter at all.

    Rather than correct or vigorously look into the erroneous information presented by their anti-Palestinian columnist, op-ed editor James Dao wrote me that Stephens got his “information from the Israeli government, and I’m fine with that.”

    I’m not at all fine with this. Passing false Israeli government information to the public as truth is propaganda, not journalism or legitimate commentary.

    Stephens is entitled to his own opinions, but he is not entitled to his own facts. Nor is the Israeli government. The word of the Israeli government – and of Bret Stephens – should be tested against real data.

    In this instance, we’re not only being lied to, but told: All Palestinian fighters are terrorists and all Israelis – even armed occupation soldiers – are civilians.

    The newspaper, which is rightly willing to contradict the lies of President Donald Trump, is in this instance taking quite a different approach to the lies of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government.



    Off topic: Vesti: Blackout or Sabotage? Venezuela Suffering From Coordinated Power Disruption Countrywide!

  33. KathJuliane March 12, 2019 @ 9:06 am

    After the White House’s Electricity War on Venezuela…


    Ron Paul Liberty Report: War Drums: US Diplomats Ordered Home From Venezuela

    Secretary of State Pompeo has ordered all US diplomats to return from Venezuela.

    Their presence in country is “constraining” US foreign policy, he says.

    Is this the pre-cursor to a US attack? What about the power outages in Venezuela? A US cyber-attack? Are the neocons about to pull the trigger?


    Vesti: Lavrov: USA Planning To Purchase Arms From An Eastern European Country And To Ship It To Venezuela

    The unconscionable deaths of fragile newborns and infants in Natal Intensive Care on neo-nate life support due to the US orchestrated attack on Venezuela’s electric grid is directly on Trump’s head and his White House monsters, the spiritual spawn of Madeline Albright.


  34. KathJuliane March 12, 2019 @ 10:16 am

    Love her or hate her, Ilhan Omar has kicked over a rock exposing Israel and dragged the Jewish state into the public arena all over the world and mainstream discussion


    If Americans Knew Email Blast

    The controversy over Ilhan Omar has focused public attention on the Israel lobby as rarely before, providing an excellent opportunity to expose its destructive actions to the general public using a powerful new tool:

    As some of you know, a British undercover reporter infiltrated lobby organizations for an Al Jazeera investigative report.

    He obtained footage of the manipulative, apparently illegal, arguably treasonous actions that promote US policies enabling Israeli oppression of Palestinians.

    Israel partisans worked to suppress the film, and succeeded… for awhile.

    Eventually, however, the documentary was leaked and posted online by a number of websites (we then also posted all four parts here).

    This contains eye-opening information with the potential to cause Americans to end the over $10 million per day that the U.S. gives to Israel.

    But the reality is that very few people will view a four-hour documentary.

    1-Hour Version

    Therefore, we have produced a one-hour abridged version. We showed an early cut of this to an audience in California, and it had a powerful impact.

    You can view and download this abridged video here.

    We urge you to show this in your community – at libraries, campuses, private homes, churches, mosques, synagogues, community centers, etc.

    On that same page, you can also download additional important, eye-opening videos, including the recent 5-minute UN video of Israeli forces shooting unarmed Palestinians in Gaza.

    (If you need a DVD or CD in order to show these videos or to give to others, please contact us and we will work to send you some.)

    Please take the time to show this

    Please keep in mind that every week for almost a year Palestinians in Gaza have demonstrated for their freedom.

    Many have been killed, thousands have been shot. Hundreds are now permanently disabled. Many are missing limbs and children, husbands and wives, daughters and sons.

    Since our tax money is paying for this, the least we can do is try to tell other Americans what’s going on.

    By exposing the lobby’s activities we can counter and perhaps eventually end its power. An official once said ‘a lobby thrives in the dark’.

    – Alison Weir & the If Americans Knew Team

  35. benzion kook March 12, 2019 @ 12:27 pm


    13 hundred equals 48 thousand, killed by Jews?

  36. Brother Nathanael March 12, 2019 @ 1:23 pm

    Dear All.

    The Free-Speech hating Jews, namely the ADL and SPLC who are the official flaggers of JEWtoob (owned by The Mossad), have RESTRICTED this latest Video, “Surrealism In Omar’s Antisemitism.”

    The wicked world-controlling Jews (so they think) WILL get their upcomings.

    Retribution will surely come. +Brother Nathanael

  37. KathJuliane March 13, 2019 @ 9:23 am

    Ron Paul Liberty Report: Rep. Ilhan Omar: Riding The Third Rail – With Guest Phil Giraldi

    Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar (MN) has stirred up both political parties with her comments on the Israel Lobby, has infuriated the Republicans with her aggressive line of questioning for Trump’s “regime change” expert Elliott Abrams, and has driven the Democrats mad with her criticisms of Barack Obama.

    Is she on the right track, or off the rails?

  38. KathJuliane March 13, 2019 @ 9:34 am

    US Regime Change Blueprint Proposed Venezuelan Electricity Blackouts as ‘Watershed Event’ for ‘Galvanizing Public Unrest’

    The US-funded CANVAS organization that trained Juan Guaido and his allies produced a 2010 memo on exploiting electricity outages and urged the opposition “to take advantage of the situation…towards their needs”

    By Max Blumenthal

    A September 2010 memo by a US-funded soft power organization that helped train Venezuelan coup leader Juan Guaido and his allies identifies the potential collapse of the country’s electrical sector as “a watershed event” that “would likely have the impact of galvanizing public unrest in a way that no opposition group could ever hope to generate.”

    The memo has special relevance today as Guaido moves to exploit nationwide blackouts caused by a major failure at the Simon Bolivar Hydroelectric Plant at Guri dam – a crisis that Venezuela’s government blames on US sabotage.

    It was authored by Srdja Popovic of the Center for Applied Non-Violent Action and Strategies (CANVAS), a Belgrade-based “democracy promotion” organization funded by the US government that has trained thousands of US-aligned youth activists in countries where the West seeks regime change.

    This group reportedly hosted Guaido and the key leaders of his Popular Will party for a series of training sessions, fashioning them into a “Generation 2007” determined to foment resistance to then-President Hugo Chavez and sabotage his plans to implement “21st century socialism” in Venezuela.

    In the 2010 memo, CANVAS’s Popovic declared, “A key to Chavez’s current weakness is the decline in the electricity sector.”

    Popovic explicitly identified the Simon Bolivar Hydroelectric Plant as a friction point, emphasizing that “water levels at the Guri dam are dropping, and Chavez has been unable to reduce consumption sufficiently to compensate for the deteriorating industry.”

    Speculating on a “grave possibility that some 70 percent of the country’s electricity grid could go dark as soon as April 2010,” the CANVAS leader stated that “an opposition group would be best served to take advantage of the situation and spin it against Chavez and towards their needs.”

    Flash forward to March 2019, and the scenario outlined by Popovic is playing out almost exactly as he had imagined.

    On March 7, just days after Guaido’s return from Colombia, where he participated in the failed and demonstrably violent February 23 attempt to ram a shipment of US aid across the Venezuelan border, the Simon Bolivar Hydroelectric Plant experienced a major and still unexplained collapse.

    Days later, electricity remains sporadic across the country. Meanwhile, Guaido has done everything he can “to take advantage of the situation and spin it” against President Nicolas Maduro – just as his allies were urged to do over eight years before by CANVAS.

    Rubio vows “a period of suffering” for Venezuela hours before the blackout

    The Venezuelan government has placed the blame squarely on Washington, accusing it of sabotage through a cyber-attack on its electrical infrastructure. Key players in the US-directed coup attempt have done little to dispel the accusation.

    In a tweet on March 8, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo framed the electricity outage as a pivotal stage in US plans for regime change:

    Secretary Pompeo

    No food. No medicine. Now, no power. Next, no Maduro.

    …Maduro’s policies bring nothing but darkness.

    At noon on March 7, during a hearing on Venezuela at the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee, Sen. Marco Rubio explicitly called for the US to stir “widespread unrest,” declaring that it “needs to happen” in order to achieve regime change.

    “Venezuela is going to enter a period of suffering no nation in our hemisphere has confronted in modern history,” Rubio proclaimed.

    Around 5 PM, the Simon Bolivar Hydroelectric Plant experienced a total and still unexplained collapse. Residents of Caracas and throughout Venezuela were immediately plunged into darkness.

    At 5:18 PM, a clearly excited Rubio took to Twitter to announce the blackout and claim that “backup generators have failed.”

    It was unclear how Rubio had obtained such specific information so soon after the outage occurred. According to Jorge Rodriguez, the Communications Minister of Venezuela, local authorities did not know if backup generators had failed at the time of Rubio’s tweet.



    Clashes in Caracas after Guaido’s supporters heed his protest call

    Protests erupted overnight in the Venezuelan capital Caracas – where supporters of the country’s opposition leader, Juan Guaido, clashed with police.

    [Maduro also said the nation was calm after the restoration of the country’s electric power. A member of Venezuela’s opposition posted a picture of a badly damaged dam alleging that Maduro’s government is destroying the country’s power infrastructure. Picture used was that of a 2009 power station disaster in Russia that killed 75 people.]

  39. benzion kook March 13, 2019 @ 11:25 am

    WARNING: Actual reality and what you are told to think by the Jew could vary.

    Actually, it’s not even thinking, but a planned pavlovian reaction implanted by orwellian repetitive Jew-brainwashing that the Jews seek to inculcate in the host.

    The dumber the victim, the better (for them).

    File under: parasitic (pharasitic) mind contol.

  40. KathJuliane March 13, 2019 @ 11:39 am Poll: Only 22.2% in US Sympathize More With Israelis

    Despite Gallup claims, most Americans have “no opinion”

    by Grant Smith Posted on March 13, 2019

    On March 6 Gallup claimed 59% of Americans sympathized more with the Israelis and only 21% sympathized more with the Palestinians.

    The poll was part of a multi-question survey fielded by telephone. Gallup’s question was, “In the Middle East situation, are your sympathies more with the Israelis or more with the Palestinians?”

    Gallup said this high purported level of sympathy for Israel was nevertheless 64% below its peak reported by Gallup in 2018. According to Gallup, US sympathy for Israel has now reached its lowest level since 2009.

    For the second year IRmep fielded Gallup’s precisely worded sympathy question through the Google Surveys online platform between March 6-8 and once again received vastly different results.

    IRmep Poll: In the Middle East situation, are your sympathies more with the Israelis or more with the Palestinians?

    A majority of Americans, 52.5%, far from expressing overwhelming – but declining – sympathy for Israel, claim that they hold “No opinion” on the matter.

    Only 22.2% of Americans said they sympathized more with the Israelis. This amount is less than the total number (25.3%) of Americans answering “Neither” “Both” and “Palestinians”. The “Palestinians” response was 6.8%.

    According to the single-question IRmep poll – conducted through the highly accurate Google Surveys platform – the number of Americans expressing “no opinion” on the matter has increased 3% since 2018.

    One reason may be growing discomfort with Israeli actions such as its indiscriminate use of deadly force in 2018 against Palestinian protesters in Gaza.

    Another reason for the growth in “no opinion” responses may be reconsideration of long-held beliefs about the nature of Israel and its lobby among Americans.

    For example, the IRmep poll was fielded as the US Congress and Israel affinity groups reacted strongly to freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s (D, MN) references to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) role in steering campaign contributions to pro-Israel candidates and promotion of state anti-BDS laws that require “loyalty” oaths not to boycott Israel in order for Americans to retain jobs and government contracts.

    Americans may have increasing uncertainty after witnessing the Israel lobby and its echo chamber’s harsh public reactions to such statements – duly repeated by most of Congress – which seem to verify claims about the lobby’s undue, massive and largely negative influence.

    In 2018 Gallup’s sensational claims of overwhelming, ever-increasing American sympathy for Israel experienced intense scrutiny when Gallup’s polling was first examined by IRmep and later The Forward.

    Both examined why the for-profit [“It’s the Judeophilic Benjamins, Baby!”] Gallup’s historic results are so drastically different than Pew Research – a not-for-profit polling organization – which has long fielded a similarly-worded phone survey.

    Gallup suffered yet another blow to its credibility when IRmep released under the Freedom of Information Act Gallup studies produced under federal government contracts.

    Gallup was forced to pay a $10.5 million fine for making false claims and other corrupt practices in its polling contract work.

    Upon review of the government contract work, it seems plausible that Gallup may have sought over the years to unduly benefit from releasing and publicizing false polling results that touted high support for Israel early each year, in order to set the public opinion stage for AIPAC’s annual policy conference – the biggest annual US gathering of Israel supporters.

    Conference attendees leverage claims of overwhelming American public support to lobby members of Congress to pass the AIPAC legislative agenda during the week of the AIPAC conference.

    “Sympathy for Israel” numbers are also used as a proxy for ostensibly high popular support for giving foreign aid to Israel.

    However polls conducted over the past five years consistently reveal most Americans believe US foreign aid to Israel is either “too much” or “much too much.”

    Pew Research has not yet released 2019 figures about the level of American sympathy for Israel.

    In February Pew publicly grappled with transitioning away from increasingly obsolete telephone surveys of the kind still conducted by Gallup and moving to more modern and accurate online polling.

    One key problem Pew Research admits is that its online polling results will certainly contrast with legacy phone polling results and appear to be “apples to oranges” comparisons.

    Pew Research currently proposes indicating the transition in polling technology by separating phone poll data from online poll data with a dotted line in time series charts.

    IRmep poll methodology and information about RMSE as a sampling error benchmark. Raw data and demographic filters are available from Google.

    Grant F. Smith is the director of the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy in Washington and the author of the 2016 book, Big Israel: How Israel’s Lobby moves America which is now available as an audiobook.

    IRmep is co-sponsor of the annual The Israel Lobby & American Policy Conference at the National Press Club, which takes place two days before the AIPAC policy conference.

    Read more by Grant Smith

    Do Members of Congress Take Too Many Private Trips to Israel With AIPAC? – February 28th, 2019
    Poll: 75% of Americans Oppose Outlawing Boycotts of Israel – February 11th, 2019
    NSC Swears US policy on Israel’s Nukes Is Legit – January 14th, 2019
    FBI and CIA’s ‘Duty To Warn’ Victims of Israeli Nuclear Smuggling – December 26th, 2018
    Should Americans Believe Gallup Polling Data? – December 16th, 2018

  41. Brother Nathanael March 13, 2019 @ 1:27 pm

    Dear All,

    NEW Vid coming Friday…Pray that JEWtoob doesn’t ban it. +BN

  42. KathJuliane March 13, 2019 @ 5:04 pm

    And Israhell reaps nothing but benefits from Jewmerica’s financial and economic seige on Iran

    Do Iranians hate Americans? No, they hate the US Government and its 40 years of vicious and relentless Iran policy trying to undermine Iran’s hard-won sovereignty after the 1979 revolution against international Big Oil after suffering Western neo-feudalism under the brutal and tyrannical Shah Pahlavi and his Mossad trained and supported police state.

    The 1979 revolution was launched by university students, by the way, and not “the mullahs” — the target of so much US vitriol.

    Tehran “under the mullahs” was one of the first to offer condolences to the American people, and thousands of Iranians turned out the very night of the Twin Towers Disaster in candlelight vigils expressing sorrow and solidarity with Americans.

    US sanctions ultimately sabotage the government reformers’ movements and actions. Why do that?

    If the reformers like Rouhani were to succeed, and with Iran’s young, innovative, ambitious, and highly educated population with more women than men having university degrees especially in core STEM programs, it threatens Israel’s self-image as the lone brainiac super-power in the Middle East. that they are the only ones
    ~~~*~~~ How US Sanctions Are Hurting Iran: A Firsthand Report

    Trump’s economic strangulation is having devastating people on the Iranian people

    by Medea Benjamin Posted on March 13, 2019

    On a recent delegation to Iran, we experienced firsthand the legendary Iranian hospitality. Iranians are particularly thrilled to meet Americans, but as we discovered, our government’s policies are hurting the very people who want to be our friends.

    As our 28-person delegation traveled through the country wearing messages on our jackets proclaiming “Peace with Iran” in English and Farsi, we were surrounded by people – from schoolchildren to storekeepers – who wanted to practice their English and talk to us.

    Their eyes lit up when they heard we were from America. We were constantly posing for photos and exchanging Instagram accounts. We were offered endless cups of sweet tea and showered with more gifts than we could fit in our suitcases.

    A frequent refrain we heard was, “Americans good, Trump bad.” We did meet a few Trump supporters. At one roadside shop outside Tehran, we were shocked to find an entire collection of Donald Trump’s books for sale, in Farsi.

    One book buyer said Trump was good because would help get rid of the awful clerics who were running Iran.

    Most people, however, whether they liked or hated their own government, complained that US policies were not hurting the government or the wealthy, but the middle class and the poor.

    In May 2018, President Trump’s unilaterally withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement, followed by an imposition of draconian sanctions that not only prohibit U.S. companies from doing business in Iran, but threaten all foreign companies and international banks that trade with Iran.

    The sanctions also severely limit Iran’s ability to sell its major source of revenue: oil.

    The US sanctions, along with mismanagement and corruption, has decimated the value of the rial and sent the prices of consumer goods soaring.

    As one of our guides told us, “Our bank savings have been wiped out, rents go up every month, and the price of food increases every single day, while most salaries stay the same.”

    At a roadside stop outside the Tomb of Cyrus the Great, the wife of the tea vendor told us how her family’s standard of living has plummeted in the past year.

    “We used to be able to afford a car, now we can’t even afford a refrigerator,” she lamented. Visiting a school for poor children in the southern part of Tehran, we learned that the number of street children has increased, particularly in households headed by single women.

    Sanctions are suffocating people’s life choices. A young woman who had been accepted to college in London with a full scholarship had to decline the offer because her family could no longer even afford her plane ticket. “I had so many hopes and dreams,” she said. “Now I have nothing.”

    A young man told us he canceled his plans to get married because the couple can’t afford the wedding costs.

    He is not alone. “The families of many girls can’t afford a decent dowry, which is our custom here,” he explained, “while many young men feel their salaries are no longer sufficient to provide for a family.”

    The US government says medicines are exempt from sanctions but with banks, shipping and insurance companies unwilling to risk doing business with Iran, certain lifesaving drugs have become scarce.

    Our interpreter teared up when an elderly man in the marketplace told us his wife has cancer and he can no longer find the interferon she desperately needs.

    A man with diabetes said he can’t find the medicine to lower his glucose levels and now must undergo painful dialysis treatments to stay alive.

    “If Trump thinks he is hurting our government, he is wrong. Rouhani can eat meat every day and so can the clerics,” a father of three told me.

    “I’m lucky if I can give my children a decent meal once a week. It is one thing for governments to have differences, but why impose hardships on innocent people?”

    The Trump administration’s gamble that tough sanctions will either topple the government or force it to change its regional policies is not working.

    It certainly seems like the Islamic government, which just celebrated 40 years in power, is not about to fall.

    Caught between a well-oiled repressive apparatus and fear of a Syria-type upheaval, most people we met preferred reforms within the present system to an abrupt regime change that might plunge the country into chaos – and they certainly did not want a US-military intervention.

    Trump’s policies, however, are putting the reformers under siege. When our group met with Foreign Minister Javad Zarif on February 25, the day before his short-lived resignation, he made it clear that he was under intense pressure to show positive results from his outreach to the West.

    Trump’s economic strangulation is hurting all those who, like Zarif, staked their reputations on negotiations and it is shoring up hardliners who always insisted that talks with the West were futile.

    With new parliamentary elections coming up on 2020, these hardliners may well take power.

    US warhawks like John Bolton, and Trump’s Israeli and Saudi allies, could use their return to power as a reason to push for a US military attack on Iran.

    Rejoining the Iran nuclear agreement, lifting sanctions, and developing normal trade and diplomatic relations with Iran would empower the reformists and engage Iran in solving the conflicts that continue to plague the region.

    It would also ease the hardships affecting the extraordinarily gracious people who welcomed us with such open arms.

    Medea Benjamin is the founder of CODEPINK and Global Exchange and the author of nine books, including the recently released Kingdom of the Unjust: Behind the U.S.-Saudi Connection. Her new book is Inside Iran: The Real History and Politics of the Islamic Republic.

  43. KathJuliane March 13, 2019 @ 6:08 pm

    American Herald Tribune: Philip Giraldi: Talking About Israel

    The relationship with Israel is poison for the United States

    A recent article by Andrew Sullivan in the New York magazine considers how one might discuss the issue of Israel and its powerful domestic lobby without being accused of anti-Semitism.

    Sullivan is a keen observer of the dynamics of American political power and the article pretty clearly lays out why the relationship with Israel is poison for the United States, but he cautions that words matter and one has to be careful about the packaging surrounding any critique of the Israel Lobby and its American Jewish supporters.

    Sullivan begins with:

    “Let’s get this out of the way first: Using the phrases ‘all about the Benjamins’ and ‘allegiance to a foreign country’ when referring to the Israel lobby in D.C., as freshman Democratic representative Ilhan Omar recently did, is anti-Semitic.

    “It should be possible to criticize Washington’s relationship with Israel without deploying crude and freighted language like this.”

    And that is precisely where some critics of the Israel-America relationship might have a problem with observers like Sullivan as what for him passes as “crude and freighted” is for others frankness.

    Okay, “all about the Benjamins” is slang and the implication is that Jewish money is what has corrupted American politics and the media to stifle any honest discussion on Israel-Palestine and to skew U.S. government activity in the Middle East so that it favors what Israel perceives to be its own interests.

    This process operates right out in the open with Israel-firster Jewish billionaires Sheldon Adelson and Haim Saban respectively serving as principal donors for the Republican and Democratic parties.

    This flood of Jewish money into foreign policy generation has done incalculable damage to the actual interests of the United States as Sullivan, to his credit, makes clear in his article.

    The point is that politics in America is all about money and Ilhan Omar was quite right to make that connection. Most congress-critters do not love Israel because they honestly like the hordes of lobbyists that it is able to send their way.

    In fact, many of them privately complain about the pressure, but they do love the campaign donations and the lucrative sinecure jobs in the financial services industry that come with their retirements.

    And they also know that if they cross Israeli interests while in office they will soon be unemployed.

    And as for the “allegiance to a foreign country,” how else does one describe doing everything possible to favor a foreign state at the expense of the nation where one lives?

    Sullivan himself provides ample evidence in his article that the one-way relationship with Israel inflicts major damage on the United States and that the enabling of that process comes from a disciplined and well-funded lobbying effort that operates at all levels of government and also through the media.

    Is that not allegiance to a foreign country?

    After expressing the “thou shalt nots” regarding Israel, Andrew Sullivan pulls no punches in his article, which should be read in extenso.

    He writes “The basic facts are not really in dispute. A very powerful lobby deploys the money and passions of its members to ensure that a foreign country gets very, very special treatment from the U.S.” and then goes on to detail exactly how Israel is a major liability to America.

    He discusses the $3.8 billion it receives annually in spite of the fact that is a wealthy country, its failure to support U.S. foreign policy objectives, its unwillingness to curtail a brutal occupation of the West Bank, its humiliation of President Obama because he entered into an agreement with Iran, and its nearly complete subjugation of Congress, congressional leaders and the White House.

    Sullivan fails to mention how Israel also spies on the United States, steals U.S. developed technology and benefits hugely from beneficial trade agreements that kill American jobs.

    And there are also the “suspected but not proven” issues like Israel’s role in 9/11, its apparent manipulation of Jewish American officials in the Pentagon to start the disastrous 2003 war with Iraq, and its current clandestine agitation for Washington to attack Iran.

    Jewish billionaires also are the prime sources of “charitable” contributions that feed the illegal settlement outposts on the West Bank populated largely by fundamentalist Jews whose prime mission is to make the lives of their Palestinian neighbors so miserable that they will emigrate.

    That is sometimes referred to as ethnic cleansing.

    Jared Kushner, Jason Greenblatt, and David Friedman, the key components of the Trump Administration Middle East “peace” team, are all passionate about Israel and have all supported the illegal settlements.

    Friedman, in particular, has sought to eliminate the word “occupation” from official U.S. government descriptions of the Israeli activity in Palestinian areas.

    And then there is the Israeli predilection to use unarmed Palestinian demonstrators for target practice and to bomb schools and vital infrastructure in Gaza, which once upon a time most Americans would have considered war crimes or crimes against humanity.

    Sullivan does mention how Congress is willing to pass legislation to restrict freedom of speech if such speech involves criticism of Israel, noting that the very first bill to come up in the Senate after the recent shutdown was supporting the punishment of those who advocate nonviolent boycotting of Israel.

    He might have added how Israel’s friends at state and local levels are pushing to rewrite world history texts to eliminate any references to the Israeli occupation of the West Bank.

    And holocaust study is becoming mandatory in many U.S. school systems without any suggestion that the standard narrative might be in large part bogus. And then there are the holocaust museums springing up like mushrooms at the taxpayers’ expense.

    Is it all driven by money and enabled by the power that money buys to propagandize for Israel? And is it maybe just a bit of allegiance to a foreign country? Yes indeed, thank you, Ilhan Omar, for saying so.

    All of this warm and fuzzy feeling about Israel did not happen by magic. By one estimate there are 600 Christian and Jewish organizations in the United States that have at least part of their agendas the promotion of the relationship with Israel.

    Christian Zionists are formidable in numbers but the money, as well as the political and media access that drive the so-called Israel Lobby process, is Jewish.

    The directors and presidents of those organizations meet regularly and discuss what they can do to help Israel. How does one describe such collusion? Some might prefer to call it a conspiracy.

    So how should one view the dystopic nature of the relationship with Israel? No one has ever described it better than America’s first president George Washington. In his Farewell Address he wrote:

    “The nation which indulges towards another a habitual hatred or a habitual fondness is in some degree a slave.

    “It is a slave to its animosity or to its affection, either of which is sufficient to lead it astray from its duty and its interest…So likewise, a passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils.

    “Sympathy for the favorite nation, facilitating the illusion of an imaginary common interest in cases where no real common interest exists, and infusing into one the enmities of the other, betrays the former into a participation in the quarrels and wars of the latter without adequate inducement or justification.

    “It leads also to concessions to the favorite nation of privileges denied to others which is apt doubly to injure the nation making the concessions; by unnecessarily parting with what ought to have been retained, and by exciting jealousy, ill-will, and a disposition to retaliate, in the parties from whom equal privileges are withheld.

    “And it gives to ambitious, corrupted, or deluded citizens (who devote themselves to the favorite nation), facility to betray or sacrifice the interests of their own country, without odium, sometimes even with popularity; gilding, with the appearances of a virtuous sense of obligation, a commendable deference for public opinion, or a laudable zeal for public good, the base or foolish compliances of ambition, corruption, or infatuation.”

    Andrew Sullivan concludes with some optimism and also a warning, which should be heeded: “Can our current controversy lead to a less inhibited debate? I sure hope so. Will that actually happen? All I can say is that AIPAC will wield all the power it can muster to prevent it.”

    It is, to be sure, AIPAC versus all decent Americans and one has to hope that this time the voice of the people will be heard in defense of the actual interests of the United States of America rather than those of Israel.

    Also see:

    RT: US report drops references to ‘occupation’ of Palestine, now it’s ‘Israeli-controlled’

    In the latest annual global human rights report, the US has stopped using the term “occupied” when talking about areas of Palestine controlled by Israel, including the Golan Heights, the West Bank and Gaza.

    In a report by the State Department intended to detail data regarding human rights around the globe in 2018, the US has decided to alter the words it uses to describe the situation in the Palestinian territories occupied by Israel, opting for what seems to be more neutral language.

    The administration said that the change in rhetoric does not imply any policy changes, but were otherwise unclear about their reasons for the new phrasing.

    The report appears to reflect the sentiments of a meeting between Senator Lindsey Graham, US ambassador to Israel David Friedman and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, where the three discussed plans to work towards US recognition of the Golan Heights as a part of Israel.

    “Working with Senator [Ted] Cruz, I will start an effort to recognize the Golan as part of the State of Israel now and forever,” Graham said in light of the meeting.

    Last November, the US voted against a UN resolution condemning Israel’s occupation of the Golan heights for the first time ever. The vote was 151 to 2, with the US and Israel the only opponents of the declaration.

    Israel annexed the Golan Heights in 1981, a move condemned by the UN and rejected by the international community. UN Resolution 2334 calls Israeli settlement activity on the territory a “flagrant violation” of international law with “no legal validity.”

    This decision comes despite the fact that the word “occupation” is official terminology approved by the United Nations and how the US had formerly described the territories in question.

  44. KathJuliane March 14, 2019 @ 10:44 am

    Ilhan Omar has upset the apple cart, and left the Judeo-Zionists in both the Democrat and Republican parties clutching their pearls and “Benjamins”.

    For those puzzled by the use of “Benjamin”, it is an old slang word for a US $100 bill, which has the portrait of Benjamin Franklin on it.


    Information Clearinghouse: No, Dual Loyalty Isn’t Okay

    Many in congress and the media won’t discuss loyalty to Israel

    By Philip Giraldi

    March 12, 2019 “Information Clearing House” – The Solons on Capitol Hill are terrified of the expression “dual loyalty.”

    They are afraid because dual loyalty means that one is not completely a loyal citizen of the country where one was born, raised and, presumably, prospered.

    It also suggests something more perverse, and that is dual citizenship, which in its present historic and social context particularly refers to the Jewish congressmen and women who just might be citizens of both the United States and Israel.

    There is particular concern over the issue at the moment because a freshman congresswoman Ilhan Omar has let the proverbial cat out of the bag by alluding to American-Jewish money buying uncritical support for a foreign country which is Israel without any regard to broader U.S. interests, something that everyone in Washington knows is true and has been the case for decades but is afraid to discuss due to inevitable punishment by the Israel Lobby.

    Certainly, the voting record in Congress would suggest that there are a lot of congress critters who embrace dual loyalty, with evidence that the loyalty is not so much dual as skewed in favor of Israel.

    Any bill relating to Israel or to Jewish collective interests, like the currently fashionable topic of anti-Semitism, is guaranteed a 90% plus approval rating no matter what it says or how much it damages actual U.S. interests.

    Thursday’s 407 to 23 vote in the House of Representatives on a meaningless and almost unreadable “anti-hate” resolution was primarily intended to punish Ilhan Omar and to demonstrate that the Democratic Party is indeed fully committed to sustaining the exclusive prerogatives of the domestic Jewish community and the Jewish state.

    The voting on the resolution was far from unusual and would have been unanimous but for the fact that twenty-three Republicans voted “no” because they wanted a document that was only focused on anti-Semitism, without any references to Muslims or other groups that might be encountering hatred in America.

    That the congress should be wasting its time with such nonsense is little more than a manifestation of Jewish power in the United States, part of a long-sought goal of making any criticism of Israel a “hate” crime punishable by fining and imprisonment. And congress is always willing to play its part.

    Famously, American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) official Steven Rosen once boasted that he could take a napkin and within 24 hours have the signatures of 70 Senators on it, reflective of the ability of the leading pro-Israel organization to impel the U.S. legislature to respond uncritically to its concerns.

    Ilhan Omar has certainly been forced to apologize and explain her position as she is under sustained attack from the left, right and center as well as from the White House.

    One congressman told her that “Questioning support for the US-Israel relationship is unacceptable.”

    Another said “there are many reasons to support Israel, but there is no reason to oppose Israel” while yet another one declared that all in Congress are committed to insuring that the “United States and Israel stand as one.”

    But Omar has defended herself without abandoning her core arguments and she has further established her bona fides as a credible critic of what passes for U.S. foreign policy by virtue of an astonishing attack on former President Barack Obama, whom she criticized obliquely in an interview Friday, saying:

    “We can’t be only upset with Trump. His policies are bad, but many of the people who came before him also had really bad policies. They just were more polished than he was.

    “That’s not what we should be looking for anymore. We don’t want anybody to get away with murder because they are polished. We want to recognize the actual policies that are behind the pretty face and the smile.”

    Presumably Omar was referring to Obama’s death by drone program and his destruction of Libya, among his other crimes.

    Everything she said about the smooth talking but feckless Obama is true and could be cast in even worse terms, but to hear the truth from out of the mouth of a liberal Democrat is something like a revelation that all progressives are not ideologically fossilized and fundamentally brain dead.

    One wonders what she thinks of the Clintons?

    The Democrats are in a tricky situation that will only wind up hurting relationships with some of their core constituencies.

    If they come down too hard on Omar – a Muslim woman of color who wears a head covering – it will not look good to some key minority voters they have long courted.

    If they do not, the considerable Jewish political donations to the Democratic Party will certainly be diminished if not slowed to a trickle and much of the media will turn hostile. So they are trying to bluff their way through by uttering the usual bromides.

    Senator Kristin Gillibrand of New York characteristically tried to cover both ends by saying “Those with critical views of Israel, such as Congresswoman Omar, should be able to express their views without employing anti-Semitic tropes about money or influence.”

    Well, of course, it is all about Jews, money buying access and obtaining political power, with the additional element of supporting a foreign government that has few actual interests in common with the United States, isn’t it?

    As Omar put it, “I want to talk about the political influence in this country that says it is OK for people to push for allegiance to a foreign country…” She also tweeted to a congressional critic that “I should not be expected to have allegiance/pledge support to a foreign country in order to serve my country in Congress or serve on committee.”

    Gilad Atzmon, a well known Jewish critic of Israel, observed drily that “How reassuring is it that the only American who upholds the core values of liberty, patriotism and freedom is a black Muslim and an immigrant…”

    But such explicatory language about the values that Americans used to embrace before Israel-worship rendered irrelevant the Constitution clearly made some lightweights from the GOP side nervous.

    Megan McCain, daughter of thankfully deceased “Bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb Iran” Senator John McCain appears on a mind numbing talk-television program called The View where she cried as she described her great love for fellow Israel-firster warmonger former U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman as “like family,” before launching into her own “informed” analysis:

    “I take the hate crimes rising in this country incredibly seriously and I think what’s happening in Europe is really scary. On both sides it should be called out.

    “And just because I don’t technically have Jewish family that are blood-related to me doesn’t mean that I don’t take this seriously and it is very dangerous, very dangerous… what Ilhan Omar is saying is very scary to me.”


  45. hey jude March 14, 2019 @ 12:10 pm


    The den of thieves protecting SEC is the Wall Street Jews’ version of the New Jersey Garbage Man’s Protective Association.

  46. AJ March 14, 2019 @ 12:11 pm

    Jews are very shrewd in their understanding of human nature.

    The Trumpsters and conservatives are attacking Omar because it’s politically convenient for them. The Muslims are the favorite whipping boys of the Right, so they may deflect criticism of Jews.

    Of course when any of these same Trumpsters have to deal with these shady Jews in their personal lives – be it the shady Jew landlord, the stingy Jewish boss, etc. their anti-Semitism comes out full sway.

    Jews are useful if they’re somebody else’s problem.

  47. Zionien March 14, 2019 @ 7:58 pm

    The Jew will muff his ears and yell “Naaaaaaa Naaaaaa Naaaaaa Naaaaa Naaaaa, – I don’t hear you” …… until he believes it’s safe to start up again.

    Running REAL thin of holohoax survivors though… Hmmmm……

    Want to make a Jew rife/seething with anger? Tell him “NO!”

    Want to embarrass the HELL out of a Jew in front of a majority?

    Inquisitively ask, in front of others: “So – you don’t believe that Jesus is the son of GOD, sent to save man from his sins, and that he rose on the third day?”

  48. Brother Nathanael March 14, 2019 @ 8:17 pm

    New Vid tomorrow, Friday! Stay tuuuuuuuuuned. +bn

  49. Zionien March 14, 2019 @ 9:36 pm

    Prayers going out to the poor Palestinians murdered by IDF, caught in a FAKE rocket strike created to distract voting opinions on Nutanyahoo, and to make them scared if he’s replaced… :/

    Truly pathetic!

  50. The Elder of Zyklon-B March 15, 2019 @ 12:32 pm

    Free-Speech hating Jew news:

    Mo Dees put out to pasture at 82. Maybe he can get on with Bernie or Beto as a judenfetzen raiser.

  51. The Elder of Zyklon-B March 15, 2019 @ 12:38 pm

    What a cohencidence that this cohensides with Israhell bombing the crap out of Gaza?

    Think Team Bolshevik won’t get some high mileage out of this?

    Never waste an “opportunity” you know.

  52. Gerald Goldberg March 16, 2019 @ 1:53 am


    Foreword — Daat Emet

    For a long time we have been considering the necessity of informing our readers about Halacha’s real attitude towards non-Jews. Many untrue things are publicized on this issue and the facts should be made clear. But recently, we were presented with a diligently written article on the subject, authored by a scholar from the Merkaz HaRav yeshiva — so our job was done by others (though we have already discussed some aspects of this issue in the weekly portions of Balak and Matot; see there).

    Since there is almost no disagreement between us and the author of the article on this issue, we have chosen to bring the article “Jews Are Called ‘Men'” by R’ David Bar-Chayim (in Hebrew) so that the reader will be able to study and understand the attitude of the Halacha towards non-Jews.

    In this article R’ Bar-Chayim discusses the attitude towards “Gentiles” in the Torah and in the Halacha and comes to an unambiguous conclusion:

    “The Torah of Israel makes a clear distinction between a Jew, who is defined as ‘man,’ and a Gentile.”

    That is to say, any notion of equality between human beings is irrelevant to the Halacha. R’ Bar-Chayim’s work is comprehensive, written with intellectual honesty, and deals with almost all the aspects of Halachic treatment of non-Jews. It also refutes the statements of those rabbis who speak out of wishful thinking and, influenced by concepts of modern society, claim that Judaism does not discriminate against people on religious grounds.

    R’ Bar-Chayim shows that all these people base their constructs not on the Torah but solely on the inclinations of their own hearts. He also shows that there are even rabbis who intentionally distort the Halachic attitude to Gentiles, misleading both themselves and the general public.

    For the English readers’ convenience we will briefly mention the topics dealt with in R’ Bar-Chayim’s article:

    1. Laws in regard to murder, which clearly state that there is Halachic difference between murder of a Jew and of a Gentile (the latter is considered a far less severe crime).

    2. A ban on desecrating the Sabbath to save the life of a Gentile.

    3. A Jew’s exemption from liability if his property (e. g. ox) causes damage to a Gentile’s property. But if a Gentile’s property causes damage to a Jew’s property, the Gentile is liable.

    4. The question of whether robbery of a Gentile is forbidden by the Torah’s law or only by a Rabbinic decree.

    5. A ban on returning a lost item to a Gentile if the reason for returning it is one’s sympathy towards the Gentile and compassion for him.

    6. The sum which a Gentile overpays in a business transaction due to his own error is forfeit; whether a Jew is permitted to intentionally deceive a Gentile is also discussed.

    7. One who kidnaps a Jew is liable to death, but one who kidnaps a Gentile is exempt.

    8. A Jew who hurts or injures a Gentile is not liable for compensation of damage, but a Gentile who hurts a Jew is liable to death.

    9. One who overcharges a Gentile ought not return him the sum that the Gentile overpaid.

    10. A Gentile — or even a convert to Judaism — may not be appointed king or public official of any sort (e. g. a cabinet minister).

    11. One who defames a female proselyte (claiming that she was not virgin at the time of her marriage) is liable to neither lashes nor fine.

    12. The prohibition to hate applies only to Jews; one may hate a Gentile.

    13. One may take revenge against or bear a grudge towards Gentiles; likewise, the commandment “love your neighbor” applies only to Jews, not to Gentiles.

    14. One who sees Gentile graveyards should curse: “Your mother shall be greatly ashamed…”

    15. Gentiles are likened to animals.

    16. If an ox damaged a Gentile maidservant, it should be considered as though the ox damaged a she-ass.

    17. The dead body of a Gentile does not bear ritual impurity, nor does a Gentile who touches the dead body of a Jew become impure — he is considered like an animal who touched a dead body.

    18. One is forbidden to pour anointing oil on a Jew, but there is no ban on pouring that oil on a Gentile because Gentiles are likened to animals.

    19. An animal slaughtered by a Gentile is forbidden, even if the ritual slaughter performed was technically correct, because Gentiles are deemed like animals. (Daat Emet does not agree that this is the Halachic reason for invalidating a Gentile’s ritual slaughter — but this is not the place to delve into the subject).

    20. Their members are like those of asses” — Gentiles are likened to animals.

    21. Between the Jews and the Gentiles — In the Aggadah, the Kabbalah, and in Jewish Thought

    R’ Bar-Chayim’s arguments and conclusions are clear, Halachically accurate, and supported by almost all the existent major Halachic works.

    It would be superfluous to say that R’ Bar-Chayim fully embraces this racist Halachic outlook as the word of the Living G-d, as he himself pointed out in the “Conclusion” of his article: “It is clear to every Jew who accepts the Torah as G-d’s word from Sinai, obligatory and valid for all generations, that it is impossible to introduce ‘compromises’ or ‘renovations’ into it.”

    On the other hand, we want to make it clear that Daat Emet — as well as any reasonable people who do not embrace Halachic laws as the word of the Living G-d — are repulsed by such evil, racist discrimination.

    In the Hebrew text we have abridged the second part of R’ Bar-Chayim’s article, “Between Jews and Gentiles — In the Aggadah, the Kabbalah, and in Jewish Thought,” because, in our view, the Halacha is the law which obligates every religious Jew while concepts of the Aggadah, the Kabbalah, and Jewish thought are not binding on anyone, as our rabbis have already written:

    “And so the Aggadic constructs of the disciples of disciples, such as Rav Tanchuma and Rabbi Oshaya and their like — most are incorrect, and therefore we do not rely on the words of Aggadah” (Sefer HaEshkol, Laws of a Torah Scroll, p. 60a); we have expanded on this issue in the portion of Vayeshev.

  53. T W Huning May 14, 2019 @ 6:11 pm

    “So likewise, a passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils.

    “Sympathy for the favorite nation, facilitating the illusion of an imaginary common interest in cases where no real common interest exists, and infusing into one the enmities of the other, betrays the former into a participation in the quarrels and wars of the latter without adequate inducement or justification.

    “It leads also to concessions to the favorite nation of privileges denied to others which is apt doubly to injure the nation making the concessions; by unnecessarily parting with what ought to have been retained, and by exciting jealousy, ill-will, and a disposition to retaliate, in the parties from whom equal privileges are withheld.” – The Father of Our Country, Farewell Address

    Father of Our Country

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