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T.H.E.Y. sure love that anti-Semitic race card. Crypto-jews too. It is one of their strongholds.

Revelation 2:9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and [I know] the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are NOT, but [are] (Idumeans) the synagogue of Satan. King of kings' Bible - Revelation

Revelation 2:9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and [I know] the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are NOT, but [are] (Idumeans) the synagogue of Satan. King of kings' Bible - Revelation

A Rabbi admits to a disgusting Talmudic practice. T.H.E.Y. call themselves "Jews" and people in their ignorance think they are following The Torah when in fact T.H.E.Y. are following satan. If people read The Torah for themselves, they would see all the lies from the counterfeit-jews.

How and why is this allowed? People like this Rabbi are revered as holy and religious men.

Rabbi explains the (Kosher / Halal) practice of Infant Genitalia Sucking (I.G.S.) in their Satanic Religion and the High Priest Mohel- Moleh - Moloch Blood Sucking Ritual.

Rabbi Explains the Importance of Sucking on Children's Penis during Bris Brit malah

ANDREW WEISSMANN PART V: Weissmann Concealed the FBI’s Source Used in Indictments in the Early 1990’s Was Mafia Hitman Responsible for 50 Murders

While working at the Eastern District of New York’s Department of Justice in the early 1990’s, Andrew Weissmann was known as a “pathological liar”. This is the same man who reportedly led the Mueller gang and is still trying to stop President Trump from ever sitting in the White House again.

Trump warns US Jews to ‘get their act together,’ says he’d ‘easily’ be PM in Israel

Former president says American Jews ungrateful for all he has done for Jewish state, tells them to ‘appreciate what they have in Israel – Before it is too late!’

Talmudic jews will spend a very long time suffering the Wrath of God.

"We are all just prisoners here, of our own device..."

Always Name The Jew – Exposing Jewish Crypsis Manipulation

Zionist Organization of America Awards Former President Trump Rare Honor

The Zionist Organization of America, which works to strengthen U.S.-Israel relations and combat anti-Israel bias, announced last Friday that it will award the “rarely given” Theodor Herzl Medallion to former U.S. President Donald Trump.

In an email sent to its members, the ZOA said it was honoring the former president “for being the best friend Israel ever had in the White House.”

Dr. Miriam Adelson, physician and billionaire, will present Trump’s award on Nov. 13 at the Zionist Organization’s national awards dinner in New York City. Adelson will also honor House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., with ZOA’s Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Defender of Israel Award.

In the email to its members, the ZOA listed among the former president’s accomplishments:

  • Moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem;
  • Recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights;
  • Brokering the Abraham Accords peace agreements between Israel, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates; and three months later, between Israel and Morocco;
  • Removing the U.S. from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal;
  • Stopping U.S. funding of the Palestinian Authority and UNRWA, a group exclusively focused on financing Palestinian refugees and their descendants;
  • Recognizing the legality of Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria;
  • Being the first U.S. president to pray at the Western Wall; and
  • Issuing an executive order to strengthen Title VI of the Civil Rights Act in order to protect Jewish students:

In January 2019, the U.S. Department of Education described Trump’s executive order as strongly reaffirming the statutory anti-discrimination protections of Title VI, which prohibit race, color, and national origin discrimination in programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance.

The Department of Education recognized from the order that the executive branch would “enforce Title VI against prohibited forms of discrimination rooted in anti-Semitism as vigorously as against all other forms of discrimination prohibited by Title VI.”

In August 2019, then-President Trump called himself “history’s most pro-Israel U.S. president” and suggested that Democrat voters “are very, very disloyal to Israel and to the Jewish people.” Prominent American Jewish leaders – who, for the most part, vote Democrat – protested his rebuke.

Nevertheless, most Israelis perceived Trump’s position on Israel positively. In January 2020, then-Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated the description, calling Trump “the best friend Israel has ever had in the White House.”

A Pew Research Center survey conducted in the spring of 2019 on 33 countries found that Israel was the only nation where a majority of people (55%) approved of Trump’s policies. In Israel, 71% expressed confidence in the U.S. president’s “world leadership.”

Benjamin Netanyahu: ‘Iron Triangle of Peace’

Israel’s ‘Iron Triangle of Peace’

Soft power is effectual only when you can back it up with military and economic strength.

By Benjamin Netanyahu, WSJ

The world is in crisis. The war in Ukraine could swirl out of control with ominous global consequences. In Iran, the ayatollahs are rushing to build a nuclear arsenal while suppressing domestic dissent over the regime’s brutality. Terrorism and wanton violence abound from Pakistan and Afghanistan to Yemen and Syria. The arc of history may bend toward peace and justice, but it can easily go off in dangerous directions.

Some policy makers contend that the way to keep it on course is through soft power. The superiority of democratic values and culture, they contend, will overcome the forces of violence and aggression. But such thinking doesn’t withstand historical scrutiny. If evil forces have overwhelming military and economic might, they can and will defeat our best intentions. Even Abraham Lincoln needed a decisive victory in America’s bloodiest war before the better angels of human nature could prevail.

The key to peace and human progress is the combination of soft and hard power. I have devoted most of my life to ensuring that my country, the Jewish state of Israel, has enough power to defend itself, protect its values and secure its future. For this purpose I advanced the concept known as the “Iron Triangle of Peace,” which set out to maximize Israel’s prosperity through a combination of economic, military and diplomatic power.

This necessitated a transformation of Israel’s semi-socialist economy into a free-market one. As finance minister (2003-05) and prime minister (1996-99 and 2009-21), I led a free-market revolution, which unshackled Israel’s economy and turned it into a global powerhouse of innovation and enterprise. Over the past two decades, our nation’s companies made technological advances in such areas as medicine, agriculture and water. Israel’s gross domestic output per capita, which long trailed those of Western democracies, now exceeds that of Britain, France, Japan and Germany.

As Israel’s economic and technological power have developed, so too have its military capabilities. The Israeli military today is equipped not only with fighter jets, tanks, submarines and drones, but also with superb intelligence and cyber capabilities, which have saved the lives of countless Israeli citizens and visitors. The combination has resulted in greater diplomatic strength, as more countries have sought to benefit from our success.

Far from being a pariah state, Israel now has robust diplomatic relations with more than 160 countries. I helped bring about these diplomatic fruits and was the first Israeli prime minister to visit countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia, as well as Australia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and many African nations. During my tenure, we forged ties with the Baltic states and the Visegrad countries of Eastern Europe—in addition to developing a pact with Greece and Cyprus to extract gas from our seabed, which we’ve begun to use to supply Europe.

But the Iron Triangle of Peace produced its most dramatic breakthrough in our own neighborhood: the Middle East. For 25 years we were told that peace with Arab nations would come only if we first resolved our conflict with the Palestinians. To many Israelis, that presented an insurmountable obstacle, given that the Palestinians have long demonstrated they want a state instead of—not next to—Israel. There had to be another way. The path to peace, in my estimation, wouldn’t go through the Palestinians but around them. And that is exactly what has happened.

My government’s approach has been made possible by a profound change in thinking among many Arab leaders, who now view Israel not as an enemy but as an indispensable ally against a belligerent Tehran. Many of these leaders took note of my opposition to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which showered the Iranian regime with international approval and billions of dollars to fund its aggression and terror.

Shortly after I addressed a joint session of Congress on this topic in March 2015, several Arab leaders secretly requested to meet with me. These meetings ultimately foreshadowed the Abraham Accords, the September 2020 agreement orchestrated by the Trump administration that normalized Israel’s relations with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan.

The results have been remarkable. Hundreds of thousands of Israelis now regularly fly over the skies of Saudi Arabia to the U.A.E. and Bahrain. Sudan is no longer a way station for Iranian arms transported through the Nile Valley. Israeli and Gulf entrepreneurs are busy forming joint ventures with multimillion-dollar investments. A joint railway project among Israel, the U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia will connect the region once the kingdom joins the accords, which I believe will happen within a few years. If the policies of peace through strength persist, we may soon be able to envision an end to the broader Arab-Israeli conflict.

I have been privileged to live a life of purpose, one in which I’ve helped bring my vision of peace through strength for Israel into being. For three millennia, the Jewish people have never given up on our dream to live freely and prosperously in our ancient homeland, the land of Zion. Having restored our independence, we won’t let anyone bring an end to this miracle.

Mr. Netanyahu served as Israel’s prime minister, 1996-99 and 2009-21. He is leader of the opposition Likud Party and author of “Bibi: My Story.”

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Israeli President Grants Benjamin Netanyahu Mandate to Form Government

Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday received the official mandate to form a government from Israeli President Isaac Herzog, after holding a marathon of consultations with representatives of all political parties.

Sixty-four MKs from the pro-Netanyahu bloc (Likud, Shas, United Torah Judaism and Religious Zionism) recommended him for prime minister, while 28 MKs from only two parties – Yesh Atid and Labor – recommended current Prime Minister Yair Lapid. 28 MKs from National Unity, Yisrael Beiteinu, Ra’am and Hadash-Ta’al, declined to recommended anyone.

“There are many who welcome the election results – but there are also those who utter prophecies of doom and frighten the public. This is not the first time such things have been said. They said it about [former prime minister Menachem] Begin, and they said it about me too. It was not true then, and it is not true today,” Netanyahu said.

Outgoing prime minister Yair Lapid’s Yesh Atid party released a statement saying it was “a black day for Israel’s democracy in which an incoming prime minister is being extorted by his partners, whose whole joint goal is to rescue him from his trial and bring the State of Israel backward.

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Bibi forgiven but his Covid-19 handling not forgotten

Bibi forgiven but his Covid-19 handling not forgotten

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Trump uses anti-Semitic tropes to criticize Jewish Americans