Este Israiel o anexa a Casei de Rothschild?

Apostate Jews lease the land of Israel from the Amalekitish Rothschild underwriters of it


46% of Congress hold dual nationalities. The second? Israeli.

All dual nationals must be removed from our Congress. They are there only to serve the House of Rothschild tax haven investment complex called Israel, a constant direct violation of their sworn oath to defend and uphold the Constitution of the United States.

This means the House of Rothschilds investment complex called Israel directly controls and orders 46% of our Congress with no required bribes or blackmail. They already work for the House of Rothschild.

This is illegal, treasonous and barbaric forced debt extortion of the USA through the US military as a tool of investment — the US taxpayer bearing the entire burden. The remaining 54% are manipulated through bribery/lobbying, blackmail and threats.—“Lynn R.” on


Did you know that the blind and apostate Jews, who think they’re taking back the land God promised to the tribal Israelis from Christian and pagan Muslim “usurpers”, are really being tricked into leasing it from the Amalekitish Rothschild underwriters of it, who can legally evict all of the Jewish settlers and anyone else for that matter from their houses and property in the state of Israel at any time? Yes indeed, just as the Jewish banksters’ corporation aggregate entity of the Crown of the City of London has underwritten most of the land and state assets of the countries of the former British colonies today, so too have the Rothchilds underwritten the land and assets of the state of Israel; and leased at least 93% of all of the land presently occupied by the Jewish settlers to Jews, with the other mere 7% being let go into what’s effectively merely nominal or superficially legal “private ownership”.

From 1890 to 1924 Edmond Rothschild made massive land grabs in Palestine, especially via his co-funding of the Jewish National Fund. Edmond's son James set up the Rothschild Foundation of Yad Hanadiv in Israel to consolidate his family's ruse to underwrite the land and state assets of Israel. Yad Hanadiv is today directed by Jacob Rothschild and donated 6 million Israeli pounds to the construction of the Knesset building and millions more for the Israeli Supreme Court

Worse still, the Jewish settlers who’ve been forced to lease the land their houses are built on from the Rothschild underwriters of the state they live in have actually been deprived of the land God promised to the Jews’ patriarch Abraham and his descendants, via his grandson Jacob; and with that used as dupes or mere “pawns in the game” by the Rothschilds to steal the actual turf of it from indigenous Arabs and Christians. All so that the Rothschilds of the tribe of Amalek in Jewry today can fulfill the ancient desire of their vindictive Edomite patriarch Esau who hated the true tribal Israelis because they’d usurped the inheritance of the land of Israel that was originally his, as the first born of Isaac’s twin sons, and who boasted in the Bible that one day:

‘These two nations [i.e., Judah and Israel] and these two countries [i.e., the kingdoms of Israel and Judah] shall be mine, and we [i.e., he and his tribal successors] will possess it — Ezek. 35.10

The Magen David Adom (i.e., Edom) or Red Shield of David was initially proposed as an addition to the existing international flags of the Red Cross, Red Crescent, and Red Lion with Sun in 1931. But the proposal was rejected by the ICRC, ostensibly due to concerns about “symbol proliferation”. The state of Israel again tried to establish the emblem as a third protection symbol in the context of the Geneva Conventions, but this was narrowly defeated when the Geneva Conventions were adopted by governments in 1949. It was not until 2006 that the ICRC officially recognized the Magen David Adom as the third protocol emblem after the red cross and red crescent; and thus paved the way for its use by the international Jewry both within the state of Israel and abroad.

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Conflict between the Semitic nations, (Hebrew and Arabic), has remained a constant for the better part of 3,300 years, but more so since the creation of the State of Israel in 1948 following the Arab-Israeli War.


Balfour Declaration

The Balfour Declaration was a letter from the government of His Britannic Majesty King George the Fifth, dated November 2, 1917, to an international financier of the banking house of Rothschild, who had been made a peer of the realm. Lord Lionel Rothschild had been underwriting Jewish repatriation to Palestine.

Arthur Koestler wrote in the letter that “one nation solemnly promised to a second nation the country of a third.” More than that, the country was still part of the empire of a fourth, namely Turkey.

Edmond de Rothschild (1845-1934), of the French Rothschilds, also was involved in responding to the threats facing the Jewish people in Europe in the late 19th century, by supporting massive land purchases and underwriting Jewish settlement in Palestine.

Brief post-World War I background


Following the war, in 1922, the lands south of present-day Turkey were given over to the French and British to administer as a temporary colonial “mandate.” The area was divided between four areas, three of which remain today — Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria. The area between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River was generally referred to as the “British Mandate of Palestine,” or simply “Palestine.” Its ethnic blend of Arabs, Jews, and Christians were collectively called “Palestinians.”

It is important to note the ethnic/religious populations at the time: Muslims numbered nearly 600,000, Jews about 85,000, and Christians just over 70,000. Persecutions of Jews in other parts of the world, however, fueled a Zionist movement* to gather scattered Jews into a new homeland in Palestine. That brought predictably hostile reactions from local Arabs.

Riots and attacks on new Jewish settlers sprang up in isolated areas on a regular basis, and during the “Great Uprising” from 1936 to 1939, British targets were fair game, as well.

Then in 1939, the British published its White Paper, which put a stranglehold on Jewish immigration. That brought predictably hostile reactions from local Jews.

Those skirmishes also led to the formation of Haganah, a Jewish underground militia. The fighting also confirmed the idea that reconciliation would be impossible, and that the idea of “partition” should be explored.

With the approach of World War II in Europe, the curtailment of Jewish immigration dissolved into the realm of theory.

By 1947, U.S. President Harry S. Truman had the Palestinian Partion Resolution ramrodded through the UN General Assembly. That brought predictably hostile actions from local Arabs and Jews — at least some segments of the Jewish community.

A pattern of utter frustration festered, in that any decision that was taken made one faction happy, the other, angry.

Bombings, raids, and sniping intensified. Casualties in the hundreds were now in the thousands. Arabs began to target roads and transportation arteries between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, attacking Jewish civilian bus convoys. Haganah forces attacked Arab villages. A death on one side had to be met with revenge and deal death to the other.

The Arab-Israeli War




The Israelis called it their “War of Independence,” the Arabs, “the Catastrophe.”

Israel had made its stand and declared itself an independent state on May 14, 1948. It was quickly recognized diplomatically by the United States, the Soviet Union, and others.

By early 1949, Israel had signed peace treaties with all of its common-border neighbors.

With that broad historical brush stroke as a context, an Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been an on-again, off-again since the Six-Day War in 1967, when issues centering on the Gaza Strip, West Bank, and East Jerusalem arose.

The Six-Day War


The most significant of the Arab-Israeli conflicts was the Six-Day War in June 1967. In one fell swoop, the Israelis captured all of what was considered to be traditional or historic Palestine, including the Golan Heights from Syria in the north, the Sinai and Gaza Strip from Egypt in the south, the West Bank and all of Jerusalem from Jordan in the east. But there also was the issue of one million Palestinian Arabs who lived in the captured territory, and many Palestinian refugees who ended up in squalid camps in other countries.

Among the repercussions of the war was the crystalization of the Palestine Liberation Organization, created in 1964 and led by Yasser Arafat. That group would prove to be a major thorn in Israel’s side.

The next military engagement was a “Mexican Standoff” known as the “War of Attrition” along the Suez Canal, during which the Israelis occupied the east bank. The tenor of that conflict consisted of trading an Israeli soldier’s death for that of an Egyptian soldier. That fighting lasted about 18 months, from February 1969 to August 1970.

Then it was on to the Yom Kippur War of October 1973, when Egypt and Syria launched a surprise attack against Israel on one of the most holy of Jewish holy days. Four days later, Israel mounted an all-out counterattack to repel the insurgents.

The Road Map


Overtures for peace have come and gone. One was a notable diplomatic success: Egypt recovered the Sinai Desert and Israel won free rein in the Occupied Territories, as results of the 1978 Camp David Accords brokered by President Jimmy Carter. Most, however were not successful.

Palestinians stepped up their insurrectionist behavior between 1987 and 1993 when U.S. President Bill Clinton helped to negotiate a peace settlement called the Oslo Accords, which were based on earlier work called the Madrid Framework. The Italian cruise ship Achille Lauro was hijacked on October 7, 1985, by four Palestinian terrorists who demanded the release of 50 Palestinian prisoners from Israel. They shot wheelchair passenger Leon Klinghoffer as a demonstration of their determination.

Another summit was called by President Clinton when he summoned Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak to Camp David in July 2000. After two weeks, negotiations collapsed when neither side would offer enough to the other.

Of particular concern was the control over Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. Israel offered East Jerusalem and “custodianship” of the Temple Mount, a holy shrine. The Palestinians wanted “sovereignty” over the Mount, but that would have meant the Jews losing control over holy ground, which includes the Western Wall, a hallowed place of worship.

Soon after the summit, Israel’s Ariel Sharon and others blatantly strolled around the Temple Mount to emphasize Israel’s control over the area. The next day, Palestinians demonstrated against Sharon’s arrogance. The crowd grew out of control and drew fire from the police.

That event was the catalyst for an Arab uprising called al-Aqsa Intifada, which means “uprising” or “shaking off,” in Arabic. In laymen’s terms, it is a war of national liberation against foreign occupation for the Palestinians, whereas Israelis consider it to be baldfaced terrorism inflicted on Jewish civilians.

It is against that bloody backdrop that the so-called Road Map for Peace was proffered by the “Quartet,” a group of diplomats from the United Nations, European Union, Russia, and the United States.

The plan would be implemented in three phases:

•End terror and violence, normalize Palestinian life, and build Palestinian institutions;

•Transition; and

•Permanent status agreement and end of Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The Western Wall

Apostate Jews wailing before their god (a Unitarian idol) at the Western Wall today

Under Phase I, violence on both sides is to stop; Israeli leadership agrees to a two-state region, acknowledging Palestine as independent, viable, and sovereign; institution building includes drafting a constitution for Palestinian statehood and to conduct free elections; Israel is to withdraw to pre-September 2000 territory, ceding the Gaza Strip and the West Bank to Palestine.

Phase II expects the new state of Palestine to crack down on terror and to practice democracy based on tolerance and liberty.

Phase III sees reform and peace negotiations to reach permanent agreement status. The Quartet finishes business with regard to border resolutions, Jerusalem, refugees, and settlements, as well as support peace agreements between Israel and Lebanon and Syria.


*The most important leader of the Zionist Movement was Theodore Herzl, who successfully persuaded the Rothschilds to underwrite the effort.


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