I do understand the reluctance and outright fear our people have about any discussion of the Israeli's history in Palestine. But it is impossible to understand why the U.S. is invading the Middle East and why the U.S. is rebuilding America into a giant communitarian kibbutz without the minimum awareness of the ideology behind the movement toward one world government. The accusations of Antisemitism are usually enough to stop most people from having an opinion on Israel, and yes, many Christian Zionists are even more aggressive than the ADL. But I learned a long time ago that when my adversaries must stoop to name calling it means they have nothing solid to back up their position. Ever since my Pentagon analyst visitor told me to back off on researching and writing about the Mossad (because they operate with impunity in the U.S.), I have been more determined than ever to keep mentioning the fact that Etzioni may be the highest ranking Mossad agent in the United States... known to the FBI only as "Mega."
Etzioni's cover story is that he miraculously evolved into a peaceful guru who immigrated to the U.S. with the intention of "shoring up the moral, social and political environment." In the 50 years since Etzioni has been shoring us immoral Americans up, the Arab nations of the Middle East went from being America's best friends to our most hated enemies. Why does the M.E. need to be destroyed? Look up their UN Local Agenda 21 resource questionnaires online. Unlike the brave, evolved and oh so religious Americans, the Muslim nations refuse to fill in the blanks.
The war recovery?From Peter Myers' elist:
by David S. Broder
Sunday, October 31, 2010
"Here is where Obama is likely to prevail. With strong Republican support in Congress for challenging Iran's ambition to become a nuclear power, he can spend much of 2011 and 2012 orchestrating a showdown with the mullahs. This will help him politically because the opposition party will be urging him on. And as tensions rise and we accelerate preparations for war, the economy will improve.
"I am not suggesting, of course, that the president incite a war to get reelected. But the nation will rally around Obama because Iran is the greatest threat to the world in the young century. If he can confront this threat and contain Iran's nuclear ambitions, he will have made the world safer and may be regarded as one of the most successful presidents in history."
David Salzer Broder (born September 11, 1929) is a Jewish American Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author, television talk show pundit, and university lecturer. ...http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/10/29/AR2010102907404.html
And in another forward from Peter:
Obama pressed to weigh Iran strike
Senator Joe Lieberman, Congressman Howard Berman say US must put time limit on sanctions
YNet News (Israel) Published: 09.30.10, 19:54 /
WASHINGTON – US President Barack Obama is under pressure to consider a military strike on Iran, according to the Financial Times.
Both Senator Joe Lieberman and Howard Berman, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, have urged the president to consider setting a time limit of just a few months on the effectiveness of the most recent sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic for its nuclear advances.
"Our goal here is to convince Iran to stop its nuclear weapons development program by economic and diplomatic means if we can but (to make clear) that we are prepared to use military means if we must," Lieberman told the Financial Times.
The senator added that the Obama Administration must reevaluate its policy at the end of the year and adopt a tougher stance if necessary. He called the sanctions "biting", but said he doubted they would cause Iran to negotiate its nuclear program with the West.
Howard Berman told the publication that the administration had "months, not years" to make sanctions work and that a military operation was preferable to a nuclear Iran.
But the Obama Administration is still basking in the afterglow of its victory with Tupraz, a Turkish energy company that ceased refined oil sales to Iran due to sanctions. Next week a US delegation will visit China in an effort to convince Beijing not to fill the newly created void.
And on Thursday the US placed the Swiss-based Naftiran Intertrade Company, a subsidiary of Iran's national oil company, on a financial blacklist and claimed success in persuading several European energy firms to divest from the country.
Sephardi leader Yosef: Non-Jews exist to serve JewsOctober 18, 2010
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JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israeli Sephardic leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in his weekly Saturday night sermon said that non-Jews exist to serve Jews.
"Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world; only to serve the People of Israel," he said during a public discussion of what kind of work non-Jews are allowed to perform on Shabbat.
"Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat," he said to some laughter.
Yosef, the spiritual leader of the Shas Party and the former chief Sephardi rabbi of Israel, also said that the lives of non-Jews are protected in order to prevent financial loss to Jews.
"With gentiles, it will be like any person: They need to die, but God will give them longevity. Why? Imagine that one's donkey would die, they'd lose their money. This is his servant. That's why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew," said the rabbi, who recently turned 90.
An audio recording of some of the rabbi's remarks was broadcast on Israel's Channel 10.
The American Jewish Committee condemned the rabbi's remarks in a statement issued Monday.
"Rabbi Yosef's remarks -- suggesting outrageously that Jewish scripture asserts non-Jews exist to serve Jews -- are abhorrent and an offense to human dignity and human equality," said AJC Executive Director David Harris. "Judaism first taught the world that all individuals are created in the divine image, which helped form the basis of our moral code. A rabbi should be the first, not the last, to reflect that bedrock teaching of our tradition."