Chronology of Friendship.

by Steven Shamrak.

On September 21, 1922, President Warren G. Harding signed the joint resolution of approval, with many ifs and buts attached, to establish a Jewish National Home in Palestine.

In 1948 the United States reluctantly supported UN resolution 141. Israel was born. However, most countries, at the time, hoped that the Muslim states would achieve their plan of destruction of the newly re-created Jewish state and they backed this hope by introducing an embargo on the importation of arms to the region.

In 1950, the US abandoned Israel both politically and militarily. In order to win the support of its new ‘friends’, France and Britain, Israel helped them in the war against Egypt to re-gain control of the Suez canal.

In 1967, during the Six Day war, the US was spying on Israel and had plans ready to invade Sinai in order to prevent Israel’s advance against Egypt.

During the last 15 years, the US presidents have been generously offering Jewish land to the recently forged ‘Palestinian’ people in order to accommodate the creation a new terror infested Muslim state! (60 Muslim states are apparently not enough!)

In spite of all of this duplicity exhibited by the US, Israel remains the best political partner of the United States. Israel is the most reliable military strategic partner of the United States in the Middle East. One must also not underestimate the immense scientific, technological and economic benefits the US has been receiving from Israel’s and Jewish know-how.

Some hypocrites are screaming at this moment about economic aid that Israel receives from the US. They are deliberately ignoring the fact that most of it, and even more, is paid back in the form of military orders that stimulate the US economy. They are mute about the aid that the US gives to Muslim countries, even to Saudi Arabia. Artificial maintenance of the Arab-Israel conflict is beneficial for US industrial machinery as the United States also supplies Israel’s enemies with arms in exchange for oil! Beside environmentally polluting oil, which the Arabs did not make and are not even able to unearth themselves, and a chain of global terror attacks like September 11, how do these Arab and Muslim countries, which those anti-Semitic idiots are advocating and supporting, benefit the US or the world?

For 60 years Israel has been living under the threat of Arab terror with its hands tightly held by the international hypocrites who did not want to see the existence of the Jewish state in the first place. Throughout history, Jews have never been able to please enemies or even so-called friends. Israel must take full control of her own destiny, the future of Jewish people and Jewish land! We need a new leadership for this; a leadership which is capable of setting long-term National goals and following them through. Otherwise, the future of Israel is bleak! As former CEO of General Electric, Jack Welch, said: Control your own destiny or someone else will.”

"I hope that President Abbas and Prime Minister Olmert can sign an agreement before the end of my presidency [in January] that defines a clearly-outlined Palestinian state." – President Bush – Why is the rush? Bush accomplish nothing during his 8 years of presidency, bungled the fake war in Iraq and now is trying to ‘make history’ by selling out Jewish land to Arabs.

End of a Hudna: New upsurge of Palestinian attacks from Gaza - 16 missiles fired on Wednesday. Time to end this charade!

Three Kassam rockets were fired at Israel from the northern Gaza Strip on Friday morning, one of them hitting the outer wall of a children's nursery school in one of the kibbutzim in the Sha'ar Hanegev region.

Food for Thought. by Steven Shamrak

For several decades, US presidents Bush, father and son, Clinton and Carter have been eagerly trying to claim fame in the history books for the creation of another Arab terrorist country of fake people on Jewish land, but none of them were ‘brave’ enough to press China to return independence to the Tibetan people.

US Won’t Pressure Israel on Security. Vice President Dick Cheney said Washington would never pressure Israel to take steps that threaten its security. “America’s commitment to Israel’s security is enduring and unshakable, as is Israel’s right to protect itself always against terrorism, rocket attacks and other attacks from forces dedicated to Israel’s destruction,” (Why so much fuss about it? Isn’t it the international norm of relations with any sovereign country and must be taken for granted? But, what does Rice do?)

Helping US Dollar Flow. The Bank of Israel announced that it would be purchasing United States dollars over the next two years. Israel will purchase $25 million a day for a total of $10 billion. News of the planned purchase caused the dollar to strengthen by 1.86 percent.

US Spying Hypocrisy. A Chinese-born US engineer convicted of conspiring to smuggle secret technology about US navy submarines to China has been jailed for 24 years. (Jewish American Navy officer Pollard was convicted to life imprisonment for spying for Israel because he knew that the United States was not sharing all the data with Israel that it should, and that America was not doing enough to protect its own in the Middle East. Even Soviet spies during ‘Cold War’ were not treated so harshly! I wonder how many US spies Israel can arrest at any moment? Have you seen the CIA station, sorry US embassy, in Tel-Aviv?)

Committed to ‘Palestinian’ State. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has pledged his personal support to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and told members of the Security Council that he and his senior advisors would work diligently with every means available to them to end the conflict and realize the creation of a Palestinian State. (It is time for Israel to commit all of them to a mental asylum and regain full control of all Jewish land!) The European Commission released 300 million euros in aid for the Palestinian Territories on Tuesday from the 440 million euros the EU executive has pledged for this year. (Another ‘committed’ friend of Israel!)

UNICEF Counsels ‘Palestinian’ Children. The psychosocial intervention programme, funded by the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid Department, provides a safe and open space for children to talk about their fears while providing them with needed skills to cope with their emotions. (After 7 years of random rocket attacks from Gaza, UNICEF did not spend a cent on a similar program for Jewish kinds in Sderot, where 75% of kids suffer from PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.)

Playing the Same Ugly Game. The United Nations Human Rights Council on Wednesday appointed American Jewish law professor Richard A. Falk - who has compared Israel to the Nazis - as special investigator on Israeli actions in the territories for a six-year term. (Israel must realise that there is only one way to deal with this ugliness – a total boycott of UNHRC.)

Quote of the Week:

“The problem with the Palestinians is the fact that they are divided, and that is why Israel is working to strengthen the “moderate” camp headed by Mahmoud Abbas, through economic cooperation.”Israeli President Shimon PeresArab disunity is Israel’s blessing as it saves Jewish lives. ‘Moderate’ Fatah is a sick person’s delusion!

We Gave Up Gush Katif and Received Rocket Fire. President Shimon Peres said last Tuesday that Israel emptied 30 Gaza communities (8,500 Jews were forcefully deported from their homes) of their residents in a difficult and painful process, “but the result we received was Gaza’s transformation into a base for missile fire on Israel.” (Wasn’t he the driving force behind ‘Withdrawal’ and the chief blackmailer of Ariel Sharon? Every decent analyst warned about the escalation of violence from Gaza, but the self-hating traitors did not want to listen. They are still talking about withdrawal from Judea and Samaria.)

Bonanza for Traitor MK. The Knesset is about to pay former MK Azmi Bishara, despite the fact that Bishara left Israel after the Shabak questioned him on suspicion of aiding the enemy during wartime, NIS 200,000 as a retirement benefit and another NIS 193,000 as an acclimation benefit. In addition, it will pay him NIS 7,000 a month for the rest of his life. (Is there no limit to the Israeli government’s political stupidity?)

Palestinians ‘Tortured’ in Egypt. On Friday, March 21, residents of Gaza, who were detained in Egypt after crossing from the Gaza Strip accused Egyptian security forces of torturing and abusing them to get tips on Hamas and its armed wing. “We were beaten, kicked and electrified, to mention but a few examples,” Saber Al-Dremli told (No international outcry, as usual!)

Hypocrisy of the ‘Loaded’ Headlines:

“Hours after the attack, Israeli bulldozers destroyed his family home.” - BBC used an old file photo to depict the alleged bulldozing of the home of the terrorist who slaughtered eight young yeshiva boys in Jerusalem this month. The home of Ala Abu Dheim continued to stand unharmed, as did the mourning tent in which his family greets people who come to console and congratulate them on his achievement and subsequent “martyrdom.” (Even Jordan did not allow members of the terrorist’s family to erect such a tent because it encourages violence.)

Arming Enemy. Israel has agreed to let Russia deliver 25 armoured vehicles to Palestinian security forces in the West Bank, in order to bolster Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in his struggle with Hamas. (What is next: anti-aircraft and long-range rockets? This sick government must go!)

Crashing Freedom of Speech.

Jewish activist Yekutiel Ben-Yakov of Kfar Tapuach, was sentenced last Tuesday to 200 hours of community service, along with a suspended sentence of six months in jail for ‘inciting to racism’. Ben-Yakov created an independent referendum prior to the expulsion of Jews from Gaza in 2005 where he asked whether those questioned supported an alternative plan to expel hostile Arabs from the same areas.  More than 100,000 participated in the referendum and over 90 percent said they would rather expel hostile Arabs than Jews.  “It’s outrageous that a country that calls itself a democracy can put someone on trial for making a referendum... a referendum is the purest form of democracy,” Ben-Yakov said. (It is not a secret any more: An anti-Jewish government is in charge of the Jewish state! And some people wonder why I am not living in Israel!)