False Prophets 2 (Zion)

The Genocide of Palestine (“The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict”)



Israelis and Palestinians Killed in the Current Violence

At least 10,690 Palestinians and 1,339 Israelis have been killed by someone from the other side since 2000.

American news reports repeatedly describe Israeli military attacks against the Palestinian population as “retaliation.” However, when one looks into the chronology of death in this conflict, the reality turns out to be quite different.

Chomsky: Without US Aid, Israel Wouldn’t Be Killing Palestinians En Masse


(2016) “WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States will give Israel $38 billion in military assistance over the next decade, the largest such aid package in U.S. history, under a landmark agreement signed on Wednesday.”

Palestine GDP = 15 billion
Israel GDP = 395 billion (95%+)

Israel suffers 95% less deaths\casualties than Palestine.

The US pledged 38 billion, over 2x Palestine’s GDP, in military assistance over the next decade.

U.S. Aid to Israel and to Palestinians


The U.S. provides Israel nearly $10.5 million* in military aid per day, while it gives the Palestinians $0.71 million** per day in foreign (non-military) aid.

“Since the October War in 1973, Washington has provided Israel with a level of support dwarfing the amounts provided to any other state. It has been the largest annual recipient of direct U.S. economic and military assistance since 1976 and the largest total recipient since World War ll. Total direct U.S. aid to Israel amounts to well over $140 billion in 2003 dollars. Israel receives over $3 billion in direct foreign assistance each year, which is roughly one-fifth of America’s entire foreign aid budget. In per capita terms, the United States gives each Israeli a direct subsidy worth about $500 per year. This largesse is especially striking when one realizes that Israel is now a wealthy industrial state with a per capita income roughly equal to South Korea or Spain.”

Israel receives 53% of total U.S. foreign military aid

Israel is by far the largest recipient of U.S. foreign military aid. According to theCRS report, the President’s request for Israel for FY 2022 will encompass approximately 53% of total U.S. foreign military financing worldwide. The report continues, ” Annual FMF grants to Israel represent approximately 16.5% of the overall Israeli defense budget. Israel’s defense expenditure as a percentage of its Gross Domestic Product (5.6% in 2020) is one of the highest percentages in the world.”

Contrary to ordinary U.S. policy, Israel has been and continues to be allowed to use approximately 26.3% of U.S. military aid to purchase equipment from Israeli manufacturers. According to CRS, “no other recipient of U.S. military assistance has been granted this benefit.”

Thanks in part to this indirect U.S. subsidy, Israel’s arms industry has become one of the strongest in the world. Between 2001 and 2008, Israel was the 7th largest arms supplier to the world, selling $9.9 billion worth of equipment. And it continues to grow stronger. In 2021, Israel sold $11.3 billion in military goods to other countries.

By all accounts the United States has given more money to Israel than to any other country. The Congressional Research Service’s conservative estimate of total cumulative US aid to Israel from 1946 through 2021 is $150 billion (not adjusted for inflation).
The United States has granted more total aid to Israel since World War II than to any other country.

 An Israeli Soldier’s Story – Eran Efrati

The talk by Eran Efrati was filmed in Denver, Colorado on March 3, 2014 as part of The Soldier and the Refusenik U.S. tour with Maya Wind. Eran talk about his experiences in the IDF and then more broadly discusses Israel, its relationship to the U.S. and the global expansion of militarism.

Eran Efrati, 28, was born and raised in Jerusalem. After graduating high school he enlisted in the IDF, where he served as a combat soldier and company sergeant in Battalion 50 of the Nachal Division. He spent most of his service in Hebron and throughout the West Bank. In 2009, he was discharged and joined Breaking the Silence, an organization of veteran Israeli soldiers working to raise awareness about the daily reality in the Occupied Territories. He worked as the chief investigator of the organization, collecting testimonies from IDF soldiers about their activities. He also guided political tours and to the West Bank and worked to educate Israeli youth about the reality of being a soldier in an occupying army. His collected testimonies appear in the booklet “Operation Cast Lead” and their most recent release “Our Harsh Logic”. Since leaving Breaking the Silence, his investigative reports appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Guardian. Today he is active with the Israeli groups Anarchists Against the Wall and Boycott from Within.

West Bank: October was deadliest month in ‘deadliest year’ for Palestinians


United Nations says monthly average of Palestinians killed is highest since global body started counting fatalities in 2005.

At least five of those who died in October after being shot by Israeli security forces were boys. The youngest of them was 12-year-old Mahmoud Mohammad Samoudi from Jenin who died in hospital on 10 October from Israeli gunshot wounds he sustained on 28 September during an army raid.

More than half of those killed in October were most likely unarmed when they were shot dead, according to Palestinian officials and media reports.

Fifteen people were shot as bystanders, in protests, during army raids or army-protected settler attacks.

On 3 October, Israeli forces opened fire at three Palestinians while they were inside a vehicle returning from work, killing two and wounding the third.

Infographic: How many Palestinians are imprisoned by Israel?


Israel holds some 4,450 Palestinians – including 160 children, 32 women, and 530 administrative detainees – in prisons. Over the course of 2021, the Israeli military arrested nearly 8,000 Palestinians, including more than 1,300 minors and 184 women.

Child prisoners

Israel is the only country in the world that tries children in military courts, often denying them their basic rights.

The Israeli army has imprisoned more than 12,000 Palestinian children since 2000, according to Addameer.

Most of these children were charged with “throwing stones”, a crime punishable under military law by up to 20 years in prison.

Currently, 160 Palestinian children remain in Israeli prisons, most are in pre-trial detention and have not been convicted of any offence.

Israel is the organ harvesting and human trafficking global ringleader, with complicit help from US and Turkey


Meanwhile a number of Palestinian families have registered formal complaints over the years upon observing the returned bodies of their family members conspicuously missing body parts. A pro-Israeli magazine the Forward confirmed that Israel had been routinely stealing Palestinians’ organs for Israeli citizens’ spare parts. Finally even the pro-Israeli New York Times has called out the Tel Aviv regime for its “disproportionate role” in organ trafficking since 2000.

UC Berkeley professor, anthropologist, activist-author and head of the watchdog group Organ Watch Nancy Scheper-Hughes who released the 2000 Dr. Hiss interview implicated Israel’s nefarious organ harvesting and trafficking program:

“Israel is at the top. It has tentacles reaching out worldwide… [Israeli organ traffickers] had and still have a pyramid system at work that’s awesome… they have brokers everywhere, bank accounts everywhere; they’ve got recruiters, they’ve got translators, they’ve got travel agents who set up the visas.”

Israel: 400,000 Documents Expose Child Trafficking and a Child Sex Ring in Washington


Israel Army Caught Running Child Trafficking Operation: Mainstream Media Silence


2 Israeli nationals charged with human trafficking, child prostitution


Epstein shows how Israel runs child abuse rings: 40 Friends of Israel who made the unthinkable real


Why Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Babies Keep Getting Herpes


A circumcision tradition in the Ultra-Orthodox community is back in the spotlight after two babies contracted neonatal herpes, and Mayor de Blasio is doing nothing to stop it.

On July 22, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene revealed that two new cases of neonatal herpes had been diagnosed during July. One baby was found at 16 days old to have “pustular lesions on the penis and genital area,” and a 17-day-old was found to have “lesions on his penis, left foot, and left thigh.”

Based on the timing and the locations of the lesions, the male infants had contracted the herpes simplex virus during their Jewish circumcision custom, a bris, which occurs on the eighth day of life.

Israel fighting record breaking surge in Covid-19 cases despite high levels of vaccination

Q3 2021

What was the world’s most vaccinated country has broken another record – for the most new Covid-19 cases per million people, and it has experts worried.

One of the most vaccinated countries on Earth has this week seen its highest number of coronavirus cases ever.

Israel, the poster child for vaccination, recorded more new Covid-19 infections on Wednesday than at the peak of its second wave when few in the country of nine million were even jabbed.

The nation – wholly dependent on Pfizer – has a rolling average of 9300 daily cases. Where it once broke vaccination records, Israel has now broken a grim new record – the country with the highest seven day average of new cases per million.

Infectious diseases experts have said Israel may prove that the effectiveness of vaccines do indeed wane over time.

Lord Balfour and His Zionist Declaration in 1917

Q1 2019

In early November 1917 Lord Lionel Walter Rothschild received at his home at number 148 Piccadilly, London, a letter from Lord Arthur James Balfour, a letter which famously stated that “His Majesty’s Government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.” This short missive was the culmination of months of behind-the-scenes diplomacy by leading Zionists, and had undergone a number of re-draftings by various hands before it reached its final form. Balfour was by no means the only one involved: it was an official letter that expressed the views of the British government of the day, but he signed it as Foreign Secretary, and it has gone down in history with his name attached – “The Balfour Declaration”.1

The importance of this “scrap of paper” can hardly be exaggerated. It is a rare example of a decisive turning-point in history, a turning-point we can precisely date.2 It was a triumph for Weizmann and the Zionists.

A great power had gone public with its support for the creation of a Jewish homeland in Palestine – support which Herzl had argued was crucial for the realization of a Jewish state, support which he had striven unsuccessfully to achieve. And, equally importantly, Britain proved able and willing to do something practical about it. The Declaration was issued as the British forces under Allenby were closing in on Jerusalem, and it formed the framework of British policy in Palestine in the immediate aftermath of his victory.

Moreover, Britain saw to it that the Declaration was written into the terms of the Mandate that the League of Nations gave it to administer the region, which came into effect on 29 September 1923. There was push-back against this pro-Zionism both in Whitehall and in Palestine. Arab forces under Faisal and Lawrence had made an important contribution to the defeat of the Ottomans, and Britain had bought Arab support by promising that there would be an independent Arab state in the Middle East. The importance of oil was already well understood, and influential of Independence as the inevitable outcome of the Balfour Declaration: the latter was a necessary but not a sufficient condition for the former.

The Declaration was worded in studiedly vague terms; “a national home” was capable of both statist and non-statist interpretations. The Peel Commission Report talked clearly of two states, as did UN Resolution 181. The 1939 White Paper categorically denied that statehood was envisaged by the Declaration, and offered Jews something that fell far short of it. Both views can be seen as legitimate parsings of the original Declaration. For the general political and historical background see D. K. Fieldhouse, Western Imperialism in the Middle East 1914–1958 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006). voices in London argued that Britain’s interests would be better served by courting the Arabs and supporting their national aspirations than by supporting the Jews.

From the mid-1920s onwards the Arabs in Palestine began to mobilize ever more assertively to oppose Zionist encroachment. And the Zionists after the Second World War ended up fighting the British, but I think few would question that the high tide of British pro-Zionism, running from the Balfour Declaration in 1917 to end of the 1920s, was crucial in embedding the Zionist enterprise in Palestine, and in giving it an international legitimacy which could not easily be revoked. Not surprisingly, it forms a key element in the legal case for independence made in the Declaration of the State of Israel in 1948: “This right [i.e. the right to independence] was recognized in the Balfour Declaration of the 2nd November, 1917, and re-affirmed in the Mandate of the League of Nations which, in particular, gave international sanction to the historic connection between the Jewish people and Eretz-Israel and to the right of the Jewish people to rebuild its National Home.” The Balfour Declaration and the Mandate are two of the pillars on which the case rests, and neither would have happened without the intervention of the British government.

All this is well known and has been written about at length by others more qualified than I. What I am interested in here is why leading figures in the British government – especially Arthur James Balfour – embraced Zionism in the early twentieth century. I am particularly interested in how far they may have been motivated by religious belief or, at least, to put it more vaguely, by religious sentiment. As a historian I have become increasingly dissatisfied by the systematic downplaying of religious motivation in academic historiography from the period after the Second World War. A kind of Marxist or sub-Marxist mindset prevails. The tendency is to play up social, economic, and political factors. Even when the actors are manifestly religious people, even when they give religious reasons for their actions, these are treated as a smoke-screen, or a rationalization for more basic social, economic, and political causes, for self-serving power-plays. Ferret these out, and you can forget the rest.3

What might they have been? Two further possibilities have been canvassed. The first is that Balfour and others in the British political establishment over-estimated Jewish influence and power. Jewish influence was a trope of European antisemitism. It was classically articulated in the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, first published in Russia in 1903, which claimed there was a secret Jewish conspiracy to dominate the world. The extent to which elements of this were a malicious parody of Herzl’s Judenstaat, and the Zionist Congresses were the “reality” behind the alleged meetings of the Elders of Zion, is well known. I am not suggesting that Balfour read the Protocols, and was swayed by them: they did not become widely known in the English-speaking world till the 1920s, and were not debunked as a forgery till the famous Times article of 1921, well after Balfour had become a Zionist.5 But the idea of Jewish influence was not invented by the Protocols. It was, as I have noted, a widespread trope of nineteenth-century antisemitism, and there is a certain plausibility in the suggestion that Balfour, Lloyd George, and Churchill may have, to some degree, bought into it. There is evidence to suggest that Balfour had for some time over-estimated the influence of Zionism in the Jewish community, and Weizmann played a blinder in implying that he spoke for “millions of Jews”.6 By backing Zionism the British government may have hoped to influence Russian Jewry to act as a counterweight to Bolshevism, and so keep Russia in the war, or American Jewry to bolster support for the war in the United States, which came in on the Allied side only on 2 April 1917.

An alternative suggestion (which is not incompatible with any of the foregoing) is that a crucial ingredient in Balfour’s Zionism was his Christian belief or, to put it a little more subtly, his Christian formation. The most persuasive advocate of this thesis is the Canadian historian Donald Lewis in his 2010 monograph, The Origins of Christian Zionism, but it has been espoused by a number of other scholars as well.7 Actually, the basic idea is not new. In 1917, as Publication No. 1 of the British Palestine Committee, a pamphlet by A. M. Hyamson appeared with the title British Projects for the Restoration of the Jews, which traced British support for a Jewish return to Palestine back to the sixteenth century and even, improbably, earlier.8 I have not been able to determine yet whether this appeared before or after the Declaration went public, but it was clearly linked to it. Hyamson wanted to show that support for the restoration of the Jewish people had in this country a long and honourable pedigree. A similar case was made at greater length by Sokolow in his magisterial History of Zionism 1600–1918, which appeared in 1919 with an introduction by Balfour.9 A significant part of this massive study is taken up with tracing the history of Christian Philosemitism and Restorationism in Britain. It presents the Balfour Declaration as the culmination of a long process that had gone on in the Christian world. This perspective was largely lost in later Zionist historiography. For example, it is totally – indeed startlingly – absent from such a standard textbook as David Vital’s The Origins of Zionism, published in 1975 and reprinted several times since.10 The new emphasis in some quarters on the contribution of Christian Zionism is not new, but the restatement of an older position.

My purpose in the present article is to consider whether there is evidence that Christian Zionism was indeed a significant factor in Balfour’s support for the Balfour Declaration. That it might have been, I find perfectly credible. And here I have to declare a personal interest. I was brought up in Christian Zionist circles in Northern Ireland, and I sometimes, in moments of reflection, wonder to what extent this nudged me towards Jewish studies, and support of Israel. I am prepared to believe that it did. I am intrigued by the possibility that a somewhat similar religious formation to my own may have lain behind Balfour’s support for the Balfour Declaration. Introspection, self-interrogation may be able to oil the wheels of my inquiry.


The Protocols of Zion, Irrefutable Proof of the Jewish Roadmap For World Domination from 1905

Q3 2023

Below is a brief but sobering and highly educational read that will change your life.  It will help you get past any states of disbelief regarding the satanic jewish problem and go some distance in relieving you of some cognitive dissonance.  The name of the work, “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” is of course strange and foreign but don’t let that mislead you into being confused by the legal warnings given to all Gentiles by the satanic jews.  This short book has been published in many languages around the world as legally required, it’s time you read it.

“The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” is no hoax and there is not a Gentile Man nor  Woman capable of believing otherwise after having read them.  And with that I add;

“Lest Shall We No Longer Be Deceived, For Now We Put Down Foolish Notions And Leave No Room For Childish Things”

 M. Henry Ford, in an interview published in the New York World, February 17, 1921, put the case for the Protocols tersely and convincingly thus:  “The only statement I care to make about the PROTOCOLS is that they fit in with what is going on.  They are sixteen years old, and they have fitted the world situation up to this time. THEY FIT IT NOW.”
 Protocol #s:
     The Basic Doctrine
     Economic Wars
     Methods of Conquest
     Materialism Replace Religion
     Despotism and Modern Progress
     Take-Over Technique
     World-Wide Wars
     Provisional Government
     Preparing for Power
     The Totalitarian State
     Control of the Press
     Assault on Religion
     Ruthless Suppression
     Abuse of Authority
     Arrest of Opponents
     Rulers and People
     Financial Programme
     Loans and Credit
     Power of Gold
     Instilling Obedience
     Qualities of the Ruler

Goy (plural Goyim)

Q3 2023

Goy (plural Goyim, adjective Goyish) is a derogatory Yiddish and Hebrew word for non-Jews (especially Europeans), therefore people with little or no worth, applied as servants or slaves. The expression used against Gentiles as a form of contempt. Many Jews also use this word to negatively refer to Christians.


Long before Roman times, when used alone, goy had acquired the meaning of someone who is not Jewish. Goy is part of some combination terms associated with the Jews as the “chosen people”, goy gadol (“great nation”), goy kadosh (“holy nation”), and goy ehad b’aretz (“a unique nation upon the earth!”). Rabbi Ovadia Yosef described the meaning of the word in 2010:

Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel. In Israel, death has no dominion over them… 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. Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat. That is why gentiles were created.

Louis Theroux: The Ultra Zionists


If you take your time and compare the language and the vocabulary used by the Zionists or the Neo-Nazis, you’ll see there is no difference between them in justifying their actions. Communists, fascists or Islamic extremists use the same type of justifications as the groups mentioned above. They all see themselves as right and everyone else as being wrong. Regardless of the their politics or religion, the extremists are the same thing: people who want to harm others because of their perverted ways of justifying irrational thinking and actions.

Through the lens of Louis’ journalism, both Jews and Palestinians appear to be the most fanatical and delusional people in the world. It’s like the whole Middle Eastern region is caught in a time trap, they are so bogged down with questions of religion and morality that they cannot move on to creating an advanced efficient society. Civilization has been in this region longer than any other region on the Earth, and yet they still have the mindset predominant in ancient times.

What’s behind this mindset? Is it narcissism and an antisocial disposition, a sense of entitlement, elitism and blindness? Is it imagined mandate from the heavens to be separate and a desire to eradicate or completely destroy anyone who is not like themselves? Whatever the reason is, one thing is clear – such people are the collective enemy of the rest of humanity because our social progress is stunted by their beliefs and actions.

Biden Literally KNEELS Before Israeli President In Bizarre And Humiliating Display — Pledges Unconditional Support To Israel


President Joe Biden dropped to his knees during a meeting with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin at the White House on Monday, in an exceedingly bizarre and embarrassing show of desperation.

President Rivlin and his chief of staff Rivka Ravitz could be seen laughing at Biden during the humiliating display.

“Finally, something that truly meets the definition of the sanctification of God,” Yossi Elituv of Michpacha tweeted (as translated by Google). “President Biden kneels in honor of the ultra-Orthodox Rebecca Ravitz, who combines two important careers: a mother of 12 children, and the head of the outgoing staff at the President’s House. Ravitz will continue to sail far.”

The Israeli paper Kipa.co claimed on Friday that Biden “knelt in honor” after Ravitz told him that she has “no less than 12 children.”

“The two presidents talked at length about the commitment to strengthen relations between the two countries,” Kipa reported.

“My commitment to Israel is known and engraved in the rock,” Biden said as reported by Kipa and translated by Google. “Includes an unquestionable commitment to Israel’s self-defense. I can say that Iran will never receive nuclear weapons on my watch.”

In 2015, Rivkah was praised by Orthodox Jewish papers after she refused to bow to the Pope because “she was halachically forbidden to bow to him because of the cross” and refused to shake his hand “because she is observant of halakha (Jewish law),” according to Israel National News.

The Pope reportedly responded by covering his cross with his hand and bowing to her.