Jews’ racial supremacism rampant in the stolen, antichristian, apartheid, crime haven of IsraHELLONEARTH

 Jews’ racial supremacism rampant in the stolen, antichristian, apartheid, crime haven of IsraHELLONEARTH

Did you know that the psychopathic Jews in Israel have already decided to nuke all of their neighboring countries, when the goyim finally wake up to what the (especially cultural Marxist) Jews have done to undo and destroy their unique social and cultural mores, so the Jesus rejecting Jews can reign racially supreme by their embezzled wealth in an ideal monetary world ruled by Israel’s biblical end-time ‘Davidic’ antichrist?

Around 60,000 African migrants have arrived in the stolen apartheid state of Israel since 2006. But upon their arrival in the so-called “democratic” state of Israel, the migrants have faced intense persecution and have been branded as “infiltrators” by the Jewish right-wing settlers, Jewish politicians, and crazed activists in the country …

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A poll of Jewish Israelis published last week in Ha’aretz newspaper created headlines round the world with its findings of support among the public for discriminatory policies. Some greeted the survey’s results as vindication of claims made by critics of the Jewish state; others pointed to what they said were flaws in the methodology and how the statistics were being presented.

There is, however, no need for such a poll in order to reach the conclusion that Israel is guilty of apartheid: The facts speak for themselves.

Firstly, a clarification about terminology. To talk about Israeli apartheid is not to suggest a precise equivalence with the policies of the historic regime in South Africa. Rather, apartheid is a crime under international law independent of any comparison (see here, here, here, and here). As former UN Special Rapporteur John Dugard put it in the foreword to my first book: “It is Israel’s own version of a system that has been universally condemned.”

It is impossible to understand this “system” without remembering that its foundations were laid by the ethnic cleansing that took place in the Nakba. With the establishment of Israel in 1948, up to 90 per cent of the Palestinians who would have been inside the new state were expelled, their properties confiscated, and their return prevented. As these refugees were denied citizenship and their right to return ignored, Israel passed legislation to open up the new borders to Jews everywhere.

Thus the only reason why Israel, a so-called “liberal democracy”, has a Jewish majority at all is because of the forced – and ongoing – physical exclusion of Palestinians from their homes. From 1948 to 1953, 95 per cent of new Jewish communities were established on expelled Palestinians’ property. The amount of land belonging to Palestinian refugees expropriated by Israel’s “Absentee Property Law” amounts to around 20 per cent of the country’s total pre-1967 territory.

 Jews’ racial supremacism rampant in the stolen, antichristian, apartheid, crime haven of IsraHELLONEARTH

Rearranging demographics

Today, around one in four Palestinians with Israeli citizenship are “present absentees”, their homes and land confiscated. By the mid-1970s, the average Arab community inside Israel had lost around 65 to 75 per cent of its land. Since 1948, over 700 Jewish communities have been established inside Israel’s pre-67 borders – but only seven for Palestinian citizens (and those in order to concentrate the Bedouin population in the Negev).

Over the decades, the Israeli state has sought to “Judaise” areas of the country deemed to have “too high” a number of Palestinian citizens compared to Jews, particularly the Negev and Galilee regions. One strategy in the Galilee was to establish mitzpim (Hebrew: “look out”) communities whose goal, according to a Jewish Agency planner, was to “keep Arab villages from attaining territorial continuity and attract a ‘strong’ population to the Galilee’.”

Meanwhile, tens of thousands of Bedouin citizens live in dozens of “unrecognised villages”, mainly in the Negev (though “non recognition” is not restricted to the south). They suffer from home demolitions and a lack of basic infrastructure. A serious new threat is the Prawer Plan, with planned mass evictions threatening up to 70,000 with forced relocation and the destruction of their villages.

 Jews’ racial supremacism rampant in the stolen, antichristian, apartheid, crime haven of IsraHELLONEARTH

This planned ethnic cleansing is driven by the sort of anxiety Shimon Peres expressed to US officials in 2005, when he worried that Israel had “lost” land in the Negev “to the Bedouin” and would need to take steps to “relieve” the “demographic threat”. A senior official in the Jewish Agency in 2003 explained a new Judaisation initiative on the grounds that “the birthrate of the Bedouins and Arabs in the Galilee is much faster than the Jewish” and thus “we are quickly losing our majority there”.

Another element in this regime of ethnic privilege is admissions committees, which operate in around 70 per cent of Israeli towns and permit (or deny) residency on the basis of social “suitability”. By “rejecting applications” from Palestinian citizens, the committees “have notoriously been used to exclude Arabs from living in rural Jewish communities” (Human Rights Watch).

Their role is now legislated for in around 42 per cent of communities, and those supporting the law were not shy to express their motivations. MK Israel Hasson (from the “centrist” Kadima party) said the law’s purpose is to “preserve the ability to realize the Zionist dream in practice”, while MK David Rotem (from FM Lieberman’s party Yisrael Beiteinu), said Jews and Palestinians should be “separate but equal”, affirming that “Israel is a Jewish and democratic state, not a state of all its citizens”.

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U.S. wins an extension for Iran in its negotiations for a nuclear deal

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WASHINGTON — Iran has been given another reprieve in the campaign to reach a nuclear agreement with the West.

The P5+1 nations ( five permanent members of the UN Security Council, namely United States, Russia, China, United Kingdom, and France) agreed to grant Iran a seven-month extension of its interim nuclear accord.

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Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, EU envoy Catherine Ashton and Secretary of State John Kerry in Vienna on Nov. 20. Leonard Foeger / Reuters

The extension, pressed by the United States, was approved in wake of the failure of negotiations for a permanent accord meant to remove most international sanctions from Teheran.

Officials said Iran would continue to benefit from sanctions relief. They said P5+1 hoped that Teheran would not increase uranium enrichment or resume weapons research.

Geostrategy-Direct, in its Nov. 26 edition, reports that Iran is capable of a nuclear weapons breakout under the existing framework under discussion.

Kerry said Iran has rolled back its nuclear program for the first time in a decade. He said Iran eliminated its 20 percent enriched uranium stockpile and froze the Arak nuclear reactor, capable of producing plutonium.

“We don’t want just any agreement,” U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said. “We want the right agreement.”

The Nov. 24 deadline expired in what marked the second time in 2014 that Iran and P5+1 failed to reach a nuclear agreement. Officials said Iran and P5+1 narrowed their positions, but Teheran was not expected agree to additional concessions when talks resume in December.

“These talks are not going to get easier just because we extend them,” Kerry, who earlier reported “final gaps” in the negotiations, said. “They’ve been tough. And they’re going to stay tough.”

“We would be fools to walk away from a situation where the breakout time has already been expanded rather than narrowed and where the world is safer because this program is in place,” Kerry said.

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Israel gets unexpected boost from ancient enemy amid the disturbing decline of top ally

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By Norman Bailey

Various regional developments are proceeding almost unnoticed in the Middle East, even by the Israeli press. Consider President al-Sisi’s isolation of Gaza.

As usual, truly important developments are obscured by the daily crush of events. Horrific crimes in Jerusalem and the backing-and-forthing of cabinet meetings grab the headlines. Meanwhile, the following phenomena are unfolding, largely ignored:

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The Israel-Egypt border at Sinai.

President al-Sisi of Egypt continues to surprise us — pleasantly. Egypt has expanded its Gaza isolation zone to a kilometer from the border, creating greater security for Israel as well and exposing the total hypocrisy of the outside world.

If Israel did or even threatened to do something similar, the outcry would be deafening and there would probably be a Security Council resolution the U.S. would be hard-pressed to veto. Additionally, however, in interviews with French TV and during his visit to Italy, the president stated that Egypt will protect Israel from attacks from Egyptian territory and would be willing to send troops to Palestinian areas “…to assist the Palestinian police in preventing attacks on Israel”.

The implications of this are very significant. What he is saying in effect is that Egyptian soldiers would occupy any Palestinian state to make sure that terrorist groups cannot operate effectively. Since in any sort of settlement Israeli troops would remain in the West Bank, the two countries would cooperate to protect each other from Palestinian-based terrorist attack.

In the meantime, the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) succumbed to the ancient Greek psychological malady of “hubris”. Having overrun most of northern and western Iraq and eastern Syria and proclaimed a new “Caliphate”, ISIL took the entirely unnecessary and counter-productive step of beheading Americans and publicizing its barbaric acts. This brought a very reluctant U.S. Administration into the battle against the ISIL.

Coalition air strikes have achieved at least three objectives. They have enabled the hapless Iraqi army, with the help of Shi’ite militias, to retake the offensive. They have also prevented ISIL from what had originally seemed like an easy conquest of the Kurdish town of Kobane on the Syrian-Turkish border, and finally, and perhaps most important, reduced substantially ISIL’s main source of financing by destroying an oil refinery ISIL had been using to sell petroleum abroad.

In a very short time, ISIL has gone from seeming invincible to showing increasing vulnerability.

The UAE issued a new list of terrorist organizations affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, including two in the U.S., which is causing major heartburn in Washington since both NGOs are favored by the Obama Administration as interlocutors with the Muslim-American community and several of their members hold significant positions within the Administration. Again, score one against the hypocrites.

Finally, finishing on a pessimistic note, two recent studies have shown that the 74 percent of the world’s GNP that is located in the export-dependent countries is stagnating or actually declining, while dependence on a single market, the United States, is increasing, which is likely to increase social and political unrest in at least the European Union, Russia and Brazil.

Already the initial signs of such widespread unrest are emerging. Another study demonstrates that economic inequality in the U.S. has reached the highest levels since the 1920′s. The top 0.1 percent (that’s one tenth of one percent) of the American people hold the same amount of wealth as the bottom ninety percent, with the bottom fifty percent having no net wealth at all, which correlates with the fact that about fifty percent of the populations is now dependent in whole or in part on government handouts.

This suggests that the slaughter of the Democrats in the recent midterm elections may be not so much a triumph of the Republicans as an indication of disgust with the current social and economic environment in general, so that if the Republicans had been in power, they would have been the objects of public anger instead. Such tendencies in its most important ally are surely a danger sign for Israel.

Both the opportunities and the dangers for Israel in all these developments are great. Opportunities abound to make the country more secure and prosperous, but attention must be paid and policies and programs developed and implemented to take advantage of them.

Norman A. Bailey, Ph.D., is Adjunct Professor of Economic Statecraft at The Institute of World Politics, Washington, D.C., and a researcher at the Center for National Security Studies, University of Haifa. This column was also published by Globes, the Israeli business daily.

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Tit-for-tat diplomat expulsions by Russia and West recalls Cold War

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By Miles Yu,

A diplomatic war between Moscow and the West has flared up, the old fashioned Cold War way.

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Russia’s Foreign Ministry in Moscow.

The exchange occurred on the eve of the European Union’s meeting in Brussels to discuss further sanctions against Russia.

A German female diplomat working in Germany’s embassy in Moscow was expelled by the Russian government on Nov. 15, evoking a diplomatic protest from Berlin hours later.

Russia insisted that the expulsion was in retaliation for Germany’s expulsion of a Russian diplomat earlier this month.

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Obama team’s reaction to ISIL offensive got Hagel fired

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WASHINGTON — The U.S.-led war against Islamic State of Iraq and Levant has claimed its first high-level political casualty.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has been forced to resign amid his disagreement over the war against ISIL in Iraq and Syria. Hagel announced his resignation on Nov. 24 after he disputed the policy of President Barack Obama regarding threats in the Middle East and other regions.

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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, left, resigns at the White House yesterday. / AP

“I know that Chuck was frustrated with aspects of the administration’s national security policy and decision-making process,” Sen. John McCain, a longtime colleague of Hagel, said.

In a statement on Nov. 24, McCain, the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, said Hagel opposed the U.S.-led war against ISIL. The senator said Hagel also objected to White House intervention in the Pentagon and U.S. military.

“[Hagel’s] predecessors have spoken about the excessive micro-management they faced from the White House and how that made it more difficult to do their jobs successfully,” McCain said, “Chuck’s situation was no different.”

Obama said Hagel, a longtime advocate of a U.S. reconciliation with Iran, decided to leave the Pentagon in October after a meeting on the final two years of the administration. The president credited Hagel with help in strategy and budget regarding ISIL.

“Over nearly two years, Chuck has been an exemplary defense secretary,” Obama said.

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Israel investigates bribery charge against former defense minister Barak

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JERUSALEM — Israel has launched an investigation into allegations that a former defense minister accepted bribes for arms deals.

Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein has ordered a police investigation into allegations that former Defense Minister Ehud Barak accepted bribes for foreign weapons contracts. The probe stemmed from accusations by former Prime Minister

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Former prime minister Ehud Olmert, left, and his then defense minister, Ehud Barak. / Reuters

Ehud Olmert that Barak received tens of millions of shekels.

“He took a bribe of millions and tens of millions,” Olmert was recorded as telling his then-secretary Shula Zaken. “That insane man, he will end up in prison.”

Officials said police would question Olmert regarding the recording on Barak. The former prime minister, himself has been convicted of accepting bribes.

The recorded conversation between Olmert and Ms. Zaken took place in the summer of 2011. Olmert, who quoted the former head of the Mossad, was heard saying that Barak concealed the alleged bribe in either Switzerland or with his attorney.

“He transfers it to a company in which Barak’s name does not appear,” Olmert said.

Barak has denied the allegations. The former defense minister, who spent much of the last year working in Africa, said Olmert’s accusations have not been corroborated by anybody.

“This is a completely baseless lie being spread for years by a criminal, who has since been convicted, out of interests any intelligent person can understand,” Barak said in a statement.

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Twitter in talks to buy Bieber-backed selfie app Shots: CNBC

(Reuters) – Twitter Inc is in talks to buy Shots, a selfie photo-sharing app, CNBC reported, citing a source close to the Justin Bieber-backed company.

The microblogging website is particularly interested in the app’s more than 3 million users, nearly two-thirds of whom are women under 24, CNBC said. (

A Twitter spokesperson said the company does not comment on rumor and speculation. Shots could not be reached immediately for comment.

(This version of the story was refiled to fix media coding.)

(Reporting by Abhirup Roy in Bangalore; Editing by Savio D’Souza)

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Sony Pictures computer system down after reported hack

(Reuters) – Sony Pictures Entertainment said its computer system was down for a second day on Tuesday, following media reports of a major hacking attack aimed at the film and television studio.

Before Sony Pictures’ computers went dark on Monday, the screens displayed an image of a red skeleton with the phrase “Hacked By #GOP,” according to the Los Angeles Times.

The hackers warned the unit of Sony Corp that they had obtained “secrets” that they would leak on the Web, the newspaper reported.

“We’ve already warned you, and this is just a beginning. We continue till our request be met,” said a message that popped up on the computer screens, according to the L.A. Times.

Sony Pictures spokeswoman Jean Guerin said the company’s network was down as it dealt with “a system disruption” and that technicians were “working diligently” to resolve the issue. She did not give any details of the reported cyber attack.

Emails sent to Sony Pictures on Tuesday were kicked back with an explanation that its “email system is currently experiencing a disruption.”

The Los Angeles Times said Sony Pictures employees had to resort to using pencil and paper to get their work done on Monday. It was unclear if the problem would affect the company’s plans for upcoming holiday films, such as “Annie,” or regular television programs including “Wheel of Fortune” and “Jeopardy!”

Sony Corp has been a target of hackers in the past. In 2011, its video game online network suffered a major attack resulting in the theft of data belonging to 77 million users, one of the breaches to date.

(Reporting by Jennifer Saba and Jim Finkle; Editing by Tiffany Wu)

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Facebook video draws Thanksgiving ads from Macy’s, others

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Macy’s Inc, which traditionally kicks off the U.S. holiday shopping season with a nationally televised parade in Manhattan, also will join a handful of other companies this year parading their ads on Facebook’s fledgling video feeds.

As the social media platform slowly rolls out its premium video offerings to advertisers, Macy’s will launch its online video ads Thursday evening.

“As we were anticipating Black Friday, we wanted to take a look at how the product evolved and try to figure out how to distribute our video in a balanced way,” said Jennifer Kasper, Macy’s group vice president for digital media and multicultural marketing.

Kasper characterized Thanksgiving as the retailer’s Super Bowl Sunday. The Thanksgiving Day parade featuring giant balloons, floats and marching bands, draws millions of television viewers and brings thousands of onlookers to midtown Manhattan.

The video ads will feature cartoon character and parade balloon SpongeBob SquarePants. They will target women age 21 and over. Macy’s also broadcasts television commercials that began airing on Sunday.

Kasper would not reveal how much Macy’s would spend on the Facebook advertising, but said it was “incremental” to the Black Friday budget.

“We do believe we are going to reach an incremental audience who are no longer tuning in to traditional TV,” she said. “For people who have seen it on TV, it keeps us top of mind.”

Other advertisers using Facebook during the holiday crunch include Kate Spade New York, which on Nov. 13 launched its video ad on Facebook and has reached over 6.7 million people so far.

David Fischer, Facebook’s vice president for business and marketing partnerships, said the social network has seen an explosion in video consumption. He said that as of June, more than 100 million videos per month have been uploaded.

“People are discovering video more quickly on Facebook than anywhere else,” he said.

Other digital platforms chasing advertising money dedicated to video include Google’s YouTube. Facebook is rolling out video ads carefully and will “remain deliberate and slow in our approach” Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said during an October earnings call.

Nate Elliott, vice president and principal analyst, at Forrester Research, said “Facebook has a lot of work left to do to make its ad as effective as what marketers can find elsewhere,” he said.

“They are inching forward and heading in the right direction.”

(Editing by David Gregorio)

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Israel’s SimilarWeb raises $15 million, eyes faster global expansion

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli start-up SimilarWeb said on Tuesday it raised $15 million in a funding round aimed at increasing the pace of its global expansion.

SimilarWeb measures computer usage into the mobile Internet realm and the apps where users spend the overwhelming bulk of their time on smartphones.

The company has raised $40 million since 2009 and its latest round was co-led by existing shareholders Naspers and Lord David Alliance.

It noted it would use the funds for global expansion and strengthen its position in the mobile intelligence world through acquisitions and advanced product development.

SimilarWeb tracks Internet and mobile use in more than 200 countries, offering standardized rankings for site traffic in the top 55 Web countries, including lesser-known markets such as Colombia, India, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Ukraine. It targets search and social media marketing and mobile strategy.

(Reporting by Steven Scheer; Editing by Tova Cohen)

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