When People are Divided, Corruption Rules.
by Steven Shamrak.
A recent poll concluded that 37 percent of Israelis energetically dislike Orthodox Jews, 15 percent said the same of new immigrants from the former Soviet Union and 13 percent named settlers.
Unity of Jewish people is the goal we must achieve in order to free our land and fulfil the destiny of Jewish people. Regardless of common illusion, the unity was always problematic in Jewish society. Even before the establishment of the state of Israel.
First it was Socialist against Jewish nationalist (Labour vs Igun). Since than, most of the Israeli governments used perpetuated security matters and Arab terrorism as a smoke screen, which allowed them rule the country without any accountability.
Israel is being ruled by the principle “Divide and Conquer!” or to be more accurate “Divide and get Rich!” Corruption is the ruling party in Israel. It unites all Israeli politicians, regardless of their political affiliation.
When people are scared they do not care about a few million dollars pocketed by politicians. When people are divided by hate, they are not able to unite and make the government accountable for failure to stop and destroy the enemies, in spite of having military means, moral and legal rights. Disunited they elect the same gutless and self-serving mob.
For years the hate, that divides Israeli society, has been fostered and directed toward ‘Moroccan’, ‘Yemenites’, ‘Russians’, now Hareidis and Settlers. In order to keep people happy, a lip service is paid to ‘feel good’ slogans of Jewish unity and destiny during the international conferences and public meetings.
When we understand that we are one nation, we’ll be able to defeat all our enemies. First we must start with the self-serving, corrupt Jewish traitors!
UN’s Duplicity: “The Secretary-General urges Israel to exercise maximum restraint, do their utmost to protect civilians (use of civilians as a “human shield” by Arab terrorist is not mentioned)... He also calls on Palestinian militants to stop firing rockets against Israeli civilian targets.” – No call for the end of Arab terrorism or “restraint”, just an instruction how to make it more politicly correct and exactable! Some 45 dead terrorists in the IDF's anti-Kassam military operation of the past 5 days. Three civilians were killed.
Food for Thought. by Steven Shamrak
Touring a military position on Israel’s Northern border, Ehud Olmert said the Lebanon war had neutralized the threat from Hezbollah. This is another sign of his delusional state of mind!
Arab Emigration. Arab Palestinians are leaving the territories. Ahmed Suboh, a Palestinian Foreign Ministry official, said that over the last four months, foreign and Arab diplomats in the territories have authorized 10,000 Palestinians to enter their countries, 45,000 additional emigration requests are currently being evaluated. (Let's hope it is just a beginning! It is estimated 700,000 Israelis overseas live in North America only, driven from their country by Arab terrorism, government inaction and corruption.)
Totally Disproportional Stupidity. A new public disclosure of a partial breakdown of the defence budget reveals that the expenditures for the separation barrier (clandestine border line) this fiscal year were $300 million while the outlay for discharged soldiers was only $5.6 million of the total $2.56 billion military budget proposed for 2007.
When Anything Goes. Arab women in northern Gaza were urged in a radio broadcast Friday morning to go to a mosque in Beit Hanoun to serve as ‘human shields’ for number of Arab terrorists who were wanted for Kassam rocket attacks had taken refuge in the mosque, which was also used as a storehouse for weapons and other materials.
‘Friend of Israel’. Kofi Annan, outgoing U.N. secretary-general, proposed a registry of damages to Arab Palestinians caused by Israel’s West Bank security barrier. (What about a registry of damages to Israel caused by Arab terrorism?)
Demonstration Against Society Moral Rout. Hundreds of Hareidi religious Jews in the Mea She'arim neighbourhood of Jerusalem demonstrated in mourner's clothes last Tuesday night against the planned parade by homosexuals in Jerusalem. Police plans to call an additional 2,000 border police from counterterrorist duties in the West Bank to keep order during parade. (Why parade in Tel-Aviv is not enough for expressing homosexuality? Why is a need to bring it into the Holly City? If it is not a clear expression of self-hate, then what?)
Gay-rights Activists Vandalized Synagogue. Vandals smashed windows in the early morning attack on the Geulot Yisrael synagogue in Tel Aviv and scrawled on a wall, “If we can’t march in Jerusalem, you won’t walk around in Tel Aviv.” (Anything goes, when self-hate prevails!)
Quote of the Week:
“No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their righteousness is of me, saith the LORD.” – Isaiah 54:17
Rockets Everywhere. While Qassam rockets from Gaza continue to fall on Sderot and the Western Negev, Hamas has begun to fire rockets from the West Bank at Israeli targets. A short-range Nasser 1 rocket was fired at the settlement of Migdalim, east of Ariel in Samaria. (…but Israeli government is just pretending that it is fighting Arab terror!)
Hamas Army. The IDF OC southern command Maj.-Gen Yoav Galant in a briefing to Knesset foreign affairs and defense committee warned that Hamas is actively building a regular military division of tens of thousands of well-trained troops armed with sophisticated weaponry. The IDF has prepared effective plans to forestall Hamas’ dangerous military enhancement in Gaza, said Gen. Galant. But, he added, the military needs the policy-makers’ signal to go ahead before it is too late. (When will the political stupidity end and IDF will be allowed to clear Jewish land from Arab infection?)
Jewish Contribution to Humanity.
Carl Djerassi (born October, 1923 in Vienna, Austaria), is a chemist best known for his contribution to the development, together with two Mexicans scientists, of the oral contraceptive pill.
There are No civilians among Arab Palestinians. 1) Arab Shepherds Shoot Jewish Motorist. The shepherds blocked Highway 35 forcing motorist Ami Derya to slow down and the terrorists approached the vehicle and pulled out a gun. 2) One IDF soldier was wounded in southern Gaza when Palestinian Authority police, armed by the Israeli government under the Oslo Accords, opened fire on IDF troops. 3) Arabs nearly lynched two Jews north of Jerusalem, while IDF soldiers at a nearby lookout watched and took no action. A Jewish man was shot and wounded by terrorists near Kiryat Arba. (…only terrorists and their supporters! And, Israel’s apathy helps them!)
Germany: Israel not respecting Lebanon airspace. "That Israel is still trying to control the airspace over Lebanon despite the international presence of French, Italian and other soldiers… The Israelis have so far rejected internationalization of their security…” said German deputy foreign minister Gernot Erler. (Have this “internationalization” stop Hezbollah from rebuilding its infrastructure and smuggling weapons from Syria and Iran? Why are the International leaders silent about Arab’s violations?)
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed that Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia had discussed the possibility of investing in programs to build nuclear reactors. Experts believe that continued Iranian nuclear development was the impetus for the Arab interest in investing in nuclear power.
While the Arab nations claim that they plan to develop civilian nuclear energy, which is allowed under international law, experts speculate that they intend to use the technology to develop nuclear arms. The newly expressed nuclear interest marks a change in Arab policy, which previously had called for a nuclear free Middle East. Only several months ago Saudi Arabian Prince Saud al-Faisal stated in an interview to “the Times” that the Saudis were against nuclear development in the Arab world.