Obama’s Performance Was Pathetic But How Does President Perry Sound To You?

Obama’s Performance Was Pathetic But How Does President Perry Sound To You?

The Alternative? Before You Totally Abandon Obama, Ponder This! How does President Rick Perry Sound to You?

This Texas “Good Ole Boy” has Already Demonstrated That He is an Ultra Zionist

by James M. Wall

Unlike the former Texas governor who was president for eight years, Perry is prepared to preside over what those biblical End Times believers long for, an Israeli-owned Temple Mount to provide Yahweh with a platform on which to set off the final days.

Let us be perfectly clear about this. It is true, as Robert Fisk wrote, “Obama’s performance was pathetic”. It was that, and much more.

President Obama’s speech to the United Nations this week was also embarrassing, and grossly insensitive to the reality of the Palestinians who have since 1967, suffered the pain, death and humiliation of Occupation.

President Obama focused his speech on Israeli security, which has served as the excuse for Israel to continue its ever-expanding control over what is now called the West Bank and Gaza.

One reason the Obama speech was pathetic was that he studiously avoided uttering the word “occupation”. Instead, the President carefully parroted the ultra right wing Israeli narrative with even more vigor than he has used in previous talks to those annual AIPAC Israel-worshiping conferences.

The blame for this speech rests squarely on Obama. He chose his Zionist consigliere, Dennis Ross, as his in-house White House advisor. Ross has been protecting the Israeli narrative as the only Truth permitted in the White House, since he first emerged on the Washington scene as a Middle East “expert” for the first President Bush. Ross does not hide his proclivities, retreating to pro-Israel think tanks between stints in the White House.

Successive presidents from Bush One to Clinton to Obama, have allowed Ross and his Israel Lobby pals to corrode the ability of US political leaders to actually see or feel the suffering of millions of Palestinians who are incarcerated in ever-shrinking plots of their ancestral land.

The alternative? Before you totally abandon Obama, ponder this, how does a President Rick Perry sound to you? This Texas “good ole boy” has already demonstrated that he is an ultra Zionist. Unlike the former Texas governor who was president for eight years, Perry is prepared to preside over what those biblical End Times believers long for, an Israeli-owned Temple Mount to provide Yahweh with a platform on which to set off the final days.

Dennis Ross, White House advisor
O, Molly Ivins, why did you have to leave us so soon.

Meanwhile, while Obama follows Ross down the Zionist primrose path, those keepers of the nation’s conscience, mainline religious leaders, paddle along in their interfaith fairy pond, desperately afraid of being called anti-semitic; right wing religious leaders criticize Obama for his lukewarm Zionism; main stream media peddles the Israeli narrative; and over on main street USA, an ignorant American public struggles to survive in a disastrous economy, oblivious to what Israel lovers have done to our economic health.

Imagine if all that changed. Imagine, for example, if the major Protestant denominations told the truth about the Occupation, and started preaching, instead, about justice, love and fairness. Imagine if those same denominations discovered they are called to be prophetic and decided forthwith to embrace BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) the Palestinian-inspired strategy that Israeli-backers detest because it has such powerful non-violent bite.

Support for Palestinian statehood ought to be a slam-dunk. The Palestinian Authority has met, and far exceeded, all requirements for statehood. At the UN Friday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas had his moment to formally request what is without question, a status for Palestinians that is long overdue.

Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu followed Abbas to the podium and repeated his praise for President Obama’s earlier speech. He also seemed to enjoy telling the UN members that few in that room liked him.

In its report on the speech, the Palestiian news agency, Ma’an, included this sobering reminder of the game the “great powers” will be playing to block Abbas’ request:

The Security Council could delay action on Abbas’ request, giving the mediating “Quartet” — the United States, Russia, the European Union and the United Nations — more time to craft a declaration that could coax the two sides back to the table.

This delaying tactic was orchestrated by the US to avoid an immediate Obama veto which would play badly at the UN. What the US wants is for enough of the 15 members of the Security Council to join the US in voting against the Palestinian statehood request, giving Obama the cover of a Security Council 9 to 6 negative vote.

Israel has few, if any, supporters in the UN, as Netanyahu has acknowledged, so for the Security Council to provide Obama with his flimsy cover, some high-powered US pressure would need to be applied. Will pressure work this time? I don’t think so.

And here is why: The Security Council has five permanent members: China, France, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States, and ten non-permanent members, which serve two year terms. Currently the non permanent members, with the year their terms conclude are Bosnia and Herzegovina (2011), Brazil (2011), Columbia (2012), Gabon (2011), Germany (2012), India (2012, Lebanon (2011), Nigeria (2011), Portugal (2012), and South Africa (2012).

To reject the Palestinian request for statehood and eliminate the need for a veto by the US, 9 members, including the US, would have to vote against Palestinian membership. Do you see eight nations joining the US in that list who would reject the Palestinians? I do not.

Republican presidential frontrunner Rick Perry embraces former terrorist group leader Dov Hikind
Meanwhile, as we await the Security Council vote, which may come next week, or next month, no one knows for sure, the big speeches are out of the way, which means the Palestinian story will once again be relegated to the back pages. This allows the American media to focus even more on the circus that has emerged from the Republican race for the presidential nomination, a race currently led by above-mentioned Texas Governor Rick Perry.

You probably did not read about it in your local paper, but Perry held a press conference in a New York hotel on the day Obama spoke to the UN, timed, Max Blumenthal reports, ”to pre-empt Obama’s speech at the UN in which the President would reject Palestinian demands for statehood.”

At the press event, Perry trotted out a cast of characters that looks suspiciously like members of the “brain trust” Perry could elevate to White House power.

New York Democratic Assemblyman Dov Hikind, stood next to Perry at the Press event. Hikind is the former leader of the Jewish Defense League (JDL). The FBI has designated JDL as a “terrorist” organization, which was, according to Blumenthal, “responsible for bombing attacks on numerous Arab-American targets and a conspiracy to murder Republican Rep. Darrell Issa”.

At the press event, Blumenthal reported that Perry issued numerous stentorian condemnations of terror. He then handed the microphone to Hikind, who exclaimed, “I heard the Governor’s speeches and I said to myself, ‘He sounds like me!’” The two men then engaged in a sustained hug much to the delight of the assembled media.

This is the second time in recent months that Dov Hikind has surfaced in New York politics. Writing in both the Mondoweiss and the Beirut-based al-Akhbar web sites, Blumenthal looks back at Hikind’s involvement in the special election in New York’s 5th congressional district, won by a Republican, Bob Turner.

The NY Fifth CD was an overwhelmingly Democratic district until Democrat Anthony Weiner resigned over an internet fiasco. Turner, who had no previous political experience, received the endorsement of former Democratic New York Mayor Ed Koch, a widely publicized shift in party loyalty.

Turner also was endorsed by Democratic Assemblyman Dov Hikind, the same Democratic Assemblyman Hikind who is now strongly supporting Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry. Neither Perry nor Turner has publically expressed any misgivings over Hikind’s previous relationship with the Israeli settler leader Meir Kahane. According to Blumenthal:

Under Kahane’s direction, Hikind operated a front group with the JDL cadre [of] Victor Vancier (aka Chaim Ben Pesach), who served 10 years in prison for carrying out numerous firebomb attacks on innocent people, and openly contemplated killing the renowned Palestinian professor Edward Said.

It is interesting to note, and a commentary not only on American Jewish-influenced politics, but also mainstream media coverage, that Hikind’s terrorist-related links were never mentioned in the election campaign by Turner’s Democratic opponent, David Weprin. Instead, Weprin and Turner both focused on who would be the best congressman for Israel.

Joining Hikind at Perry’s press event was Dr. Solomon “Joe” Frager, who was listed on official Perry press material, as the organizer of the press conference. Blumenthal provides Frager’s background:

Frager is the Chairman of the Jerusalem Reclamation Project, a front group for the Ateret Cohanim organization that steals Palestinian property in East Jerusalem and hands it over to fanatically religious Jewish families. They are the spearhead of Israel’s slow motion ethnic cleansing of Silwan and the Old City.

What then shall we do with this promising young president, who has humiliated himself, and the nation he leads, on the large UN world stage? Ralph Nader believes Obama should be challenged in the Democratic primaries. Fortunately, for Obama backers, no one pays much attention to Nader these days, except the right wing Washington Times which eagerly offered Nader space to do his part in bringing in blocking a second Obama term.

Criticism of Obama’s continued capitulation to the Zionist right, gets scant attention in the Mainstream Media, which is why voices like Robert Fisk must be heard and heeded.

Fisk’s report in The Independent was harshly critical of Obama’s speech:

For the American President who called for an end to the Israeli occupation of Arab lands, an end to the theft of Arab land in the West Bank – Israeli “settlements” is what he used to call it – and a Palestinian state by 2011, Obama’s performance was pathetic.

As usual, Hanan Ashrawi, the only eloquent Palestinian voice in New York this week, got it right. “I couldn’t believe what I heard,” she told Ha’aretz, that finest of Israeli newspapers. “It sounded as though the Palestinians were the ones occupying Israel. There wasn’t one word of empathy for the Palestinians. He spoke only of the Israelis’ troubles…”

Too true. And as usual, the sanest Israeli journalists, in their outspoken condemnation of Obama, proved that the princes of American journalists were cowards.

Fisk offers an encouraging (and youthful) example of informed commentary from a member of the younger Israeli generation, Israeli scholar Yael Sternhell (at right), who has written:

The limp, unimaginative speech that US President Barack Obama delivered at the United Nations….reflects how helpless the American President is in the face of Middle East realities.

Obama needs to hear criticism like this from Israel and from alternative US media. As Franklin D. Roosevelt once told a political leader who wanted him to take a progressive action, “Make me do it”.
We are called to make Obama move beyond his UN speech. He will need all the “making” we can give, to help him escape from Zionist control.

Neither the Progressive cable pundits and most certainly not the Main Street Media, will be of any help in this effort.

That includes pundits like Chris Matthews, who anchors the MSNBC evening lineup. After Friday’s dueling UN speeches by President Abbas and Prime Minister, there was ole Chris acting like the high school Senior Class president who was proud to have as his guest to “discuss” the Middle East, the ever-charming, slick Israeli ambassador to the US, Michael Oren, who proceeded to overwhelm Matthews with his usual list of Israeli promises ( prevarications) that should bring the wayward Palestinians to another round of ”negotiations”.

Matthews is the TV dean of the PEPs (Progressives Except for Palestine). Fortunately, following him in the MSNBC lineup we have the ever-reliable Rachel Maddow, who a week before the dueling UN speeches, interviewed former President Jimmy Carter. Not surprisingly for her, Maddow asked Carter about the Palestinian bid for statehood, knowing full well what he would say. Carter was precise: It is time for Palestinian statehood.

Obama has a rough 13 plus months ahead of him before the 2012 election. He is not likely to confront the media PEPs, nor any other part of the Zionist hasbara that has enveloped this country like a giant octopus.

This leaves us with the option of trusting that in a second term, Barack Obama will return to that 2008 promise, when, as Ron Suskind writes in his latest book, Confidence Men, we experienced that moment of ”dizzying ebullience when Barack Obama and his beautiful family stepped onto the stage in Chicago’s Grant Park as America’s First Family”:

It was a sensation of such intensity as to startle many across the country and around the world into believing in the promise of America, the original and long-burning beacon of the democratic ideal.

Al Jazeera posted a 28-minute news program Friday following the Friday speeches. Included are comments by US, Israeli and Palestinian observers.

Inside Story – Who will support the Palestinian bid?

Source: Wallwritings


James Wall is currently a Contributing Editor of The Christian Century magazine, based in Chicago, Illinois. From 1972 through 1999, he was editor and publisher of the Christian Century magazine. He has made more than 20 trips to that region as a journalist, during which he covered such events as Anwar Sadat’s 1977 trip to Jerusalem, and the 2006 Palestinian legislative election. He has interviewed, and written about, journalists, religious leaders, political leaders and private citizens in the region. Jim served for two years on active duty in the US Air Force, and three additional years in the USAF (inactive) reserve. He can be reached at: jameswall8@gmail.com.

September 25, 2011 – 1:49 am
Truly Mr Dennis Ross’s written speech for Mr Obama was pathetic, however Mr Abass’s was brilliant.

God help us with Mr Perry??

The media could focus more on the content of the Abass speech to bring balance and compassion to this conflict.

Mark my words. Mr Abass is the NELSON MANDELA of the Middle East.

His sun is rising and gaining the support of the worlds moral majority.

Reply Harry Putter
September 25, 2011 – 2:42 am
the premise that Rick Perry will be worse than a CIA puppet, is on it’s face ‘absurd’ and in reality, a disgusting ploy to get people to vote for Barry Soetoro for more butt fucking.

Perry will be just one of the last nails in the American Experiment coffin, no more, no less.

Any GOP contender will easily beat Soetoro. The DINOCRATS want to lose. badly.

Reply Mr. Misr Sweden
September 25, 2011 – 2:43 am
Obama should not be reelected as he has proven to be a traitor to his own people. It doesn’t matter what loonies would take over the USA. If you have a loony as Perry as president, at least there will be civil society mobilization in the country. I am tired of these pathetic excuses for psychopath Obama. He is a dedicated Zionist, funded by Zionists in Chicago and he is not merely someone that has his balls grabbed by the AIPAC lobby.

Reply Derek
September 25, 2011 – 3:20 am
Even al Jazeera has 2 voices for “Israel” & only 1 for the legit country, Palestine.

Not An American
September 25, 2011 – 7:06 am
Al Jazeera was infiltrated and probably turned to become a US tool during the Iraq war. The Director General who just stepped down took marching orders from the DIA.




When you compare Al Jazeera’s pitiful coverage of Bahrain to the unrelenting coverage of Libya it becomes rather clear who they serve.

joe ananymous
September 26, 2011 – 7:34 am
Al Jazeera was originally set up & funded by the CIA.

Reply Derek
September 25, 2011 – 3:23 am
I love the way the way “israel” split hairs on Resolution 242 whilst all the time ignoring they have NOT even adhered to the very CONDITION they were admitted to the UN on, viz the Right of return for Palestinian refugees.

Reply Jon Jon
September 25, 2011 – 5:07 am
The “fix” as Debbie puts it, is in, has always been in, this is just more time wasting whilst the perps set up the next fase of operations ……..until the rest of the world gets ahead of the “Snake” “operations” will continue as per planned…….

Reply Jon Jon
September 25, 2011 – 5:20 am
If you think it sucks now in US….. mr freak perrys gonna make you eat “CRAP”

September 25, 2011 – 7:05 am
Larry Flynt will make mincemeat out of perry. he has a million dollars offer to expose perry as the adulterous asshole he is.
Otherwise we all know what perry is: wacko xtian dominionist with delusions of the rapture floating inside his skull not unlike Michelle Bachman. Totally controlled by Zionism, although perry is Bilderberg through and through.
Obomber is through though. Many people who voted for this Zionist frontman now see through him(except for blacks who still consider him as their savior).
As a supporter of Palestinian statehood and nonsupporter of Israhell, I will not vote for any candidate who does not support Palestinian statehood and who does not renounce Israhell,its Zionist policies and influence through treasonous AIPAC.

Things are heating up folks. Be cautious and be aware.

joe ananymous
September 26, 2011 – 7:37 am
Hate to disillusion you but going to ONE Bilderberger meeting dies NOT make one a Bilderberger

September 26, 2011 – 10:16 am
And signing an executive order while governor mandating that all young girls in Texas receive vaccinations against the human papillomavirus (HPV) before being admitted to school does NOT automatically make him a shill for Big Pharma.

Reply We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 10:49 pm
joe ananymous
how about 2 meetings?

Reply eileen fleming
September 25, 2011 – 6:33 am
Rick Perry Gets it Very Wrong About Israel Palestine with a great photo of ‘King’ Perry @

Reply Scott
September 25, 2011 – 8:01 am
How about an American president who actually represents the American people? How about a president who actually strengthens our nation by supporting liberty, willing to stand up against the Zionist mobsters? Ron Paul is this country’s last hope. So quit the bs about Perry and Obama.

September 25, 2011 – 9:40 am
Ron Paul or revolution, your choice.

Reply Anthony Clifton
September 25, 2011 – 10:34 am
The zionazi’s are the enemies of Truth. The truth is the Bible is not about the “JEWS”. The Children of Israel have never been “Jews”. Israel & “Jewish” are mutually exclusive realities. No “Jews” have ever been Israelites. It is so much easier to learn the Truth, than it is to unlearn lies. The zionazi porch monkey/ sock puppet does not work for or Represent the best Interests of the American people nor do the Crack whores for Talmudia called Congress. One simply must leave that THEATRE OF THE ABSURD….THINK {That involves TRUE information}….and reaching a TRUE Conclusion…! Lies are not Truth !! http://disc.yourwebapps.com/discussion.cgi?disc=149495;article=138898;title=APFN…There is only one “Religion” that hates Truth & Jesus, and more than 90% of the adherents to that “Religion” don’t have to be. The former Cheerleader Rick Perry is a member of the Stool Sculpture deity Cult….wannabe society. {the Stupid Idiot Cult} = SIC {K}O’s…See Matthew 13 & Revelation 3:9

Reply MMcmillan
September 25, 2011 – 12:09 pm
With all due respect, none of these people are ultra anything except maybe ultra freaky opportunist. The way AIPAC and associated AZOs work is well documented. AIPAC selects couple of candidates and promises them significant fund raising in exchange for total support for the zionist cause ranging from bs speeches supporting the apartheid regime to committing to have all foreign and economic advisors consist of zionists. This is true for presidential or House elections. The economic submission is key. As the money mostly comes from Wall STreet, the candidates need to provide full cover for the massive fraud that is being committed on Wall Street.
None of these candidates including Obama have a clue what it even means to be a real zionist. If an anti-zionist force was as well organized and funded by Wall Street types, these freaks all would be total anti-zionists.

Reply Erica Stuart
September 25, 2011 – 3:03 pm
We need to look for a reputable, honorable person that refuses to allow interference with the interest of the USA. Someone that will follow the founders advice and stay out of foreign intrigue, that does not mean isolation, since foreign intrigue means relations based on deceit and conniving criminal behavour. That is how low we have sunk. If the articles in today’s Veterans Today does not shame us into action, well I am 86 years old with some experience so I will not be her to see the end of the USA. I am looking, Gen Petraeus rose up to Israel endangering our troops, so did Sec. Gates, it is beginning, like the courage displayed by Abbas. Obama has done all he could, he is a prisoner there, he refuse David Ross, appointed Mitchell, Hillary retained him as her personal consultant. The same happened in Pakistan, she arranged for billions for an electric plant on the ground “it was the right thing to do”, David Ross gave that letter to Netanyahu offering billions to stay on the Peace Talk another six month, it was a scandal Obama said “I did not sign that letter” The fact it to stall till 2012, Obama out, neocon back with Happy War day here again.Who is behind all of this???? A secret network that had invaded us and th Western world. How, the articles today tell you, if you are a partner in awesome crimes you are stuck.

Reply Sami Jadallah
September 25, 2011 – 4:24 pm
Unless American voters… Republicans, Democrats and Independents put America, not Israel First, and until American voters make sure that all presidential, senatorial and house candidate put America, not Israel first there is no hope for this nation… perhaps it would good for these candidates before they run and make the Hajj to Israel to tour America First and meet and see the 47 millions below poverty line, the tens of millions unemployed, the thousands of factories closed, the tens of millions who did not see a dentist or a doctor in years because they could not afford it. We must make sure these candidates know we will vote only for those who put American First… period.

Reply Bob
September 25, 2011 – 5:20 pm
I try not to talk about people. But what the hell. I spend my life working with men from working on cattle ranches in the 60s to sailing the ocean blue in the Navy , logging and most time as a union Ironworker on many scare jobs. I don’t know much about women but by the lines in Perrys face I wouldn’t think he has much to trust and what I seen of his mouth on TV he is proving up as a complete ass. If this kind of man gets in office , I’ll be heading for the north country.

Reply DaveE
September 25, 2011 – 5:44 pm
I think you all are onto the basic truth that God, Consciousness, Nature or whatever word you want to use for something so vast and indescribable will be making a decision very soon on who gets to stay in the sandbox and who is no longer welcome. I’m willing to bet my house and everything I own that Perry don’t make the cut.

A political solution to this unfathomable mess is looking about as likely as flying crocodiles invading Antarctica, that much is clear.

Reply Leif Oldhart
September 25, 2011 – 6:46 pm
Only in America (and the other so-called “nations” owned and operated by the usurious Zio-Rothschild ZOG Bedbugs: the people are given a “choice.” You may vote for a communist. Or you may vote for a c*cksucker.

Reply the avatar
September 26, 2011 – 1:27 am
how many times do people have to yell ..
if you were screaming this to a laying person for ten / twenty years as is the case here and he/she doesnt wake up
it means

Reply tom
September 26, 2011 – 3:47 am
i dont think anybody is in a mood to give a country to people who behave like animals.

We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 2:46 pm

We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 3:04 pm
Ben Gurion informed a meeting of Labor Zionists in Great Britain in 1938: “If I knew that it would be possible to save all the children in Germany by bringing them over to England and only half of them by transporting them to Eretz Israel, then I opt for the second alternative.” [84] This obsession with colonizing Palestine and overwhelming the Arabs led the Zionist movement to oppose any rescue of the Jews facing extermination, because the ability to deflect select manpower to Palestine would be impeded. From 1933 to 1935, the WZO turned down two-thirds of all the German Jews who applied for immigration certificates.
Berel Katznelson, editor of the Labor Zionist Davar, described the “cruel criteria of Zionism”: German Jews were too old to bear children in Palestine, lacked trades for building a Zionist colony, didn’t speak Hebrew and weren’t Zionists. In place of these Jews facing extermination the WZO brought to Palestine 6,000 trained young Zionists from the United States, Britain and other safe countries. Worse than this, the WZO not merely failed to seek any alternative for the Jews facing the Holocaust, the Zionist leadership opposed belligerently all efforts to find refuge for fleeing Jews.

We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 3:12 pm
As late as 1943, the US Congress proposed to set up a commission to “study” the problem. Rabbi Stephen Wise, who was the principal American spokesperson for Zionism, came to Washington to testify against the rescue bill because it would divert attention from the colonization of Palestine.
This is the same Rabbi Wise who, in 1938, in his capacity as leader of the American Jewish Congress, wrote a letter in which he opposed any change in US immigration laws which would enable Jews to find refuge. He stated:
It may interest you to know that some weeks ago the representatives of all the leading Jewish organizations met in conference … It was decided that no Jewish organization would, at this time, sponsor a bill which would in any way alter the immigration laws.

Reply We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 3:47 pm
tom,i dont think anybody is in a mood to give a country to people who behave like animals.

The General Jewish Council met the following day and spent hours of debate on an agenda that did not include the Kristallnacht. When the leaders of the American Jewish Congress addressed the issue, they did so by adopting a resolution giving the following advice to their constituents across the country: “Resolved that it is the present policy of the General Jewish Council that there should be no parades, public demonstrations or protests by Jews.” Stephen Wise on American Jewish Congress stationary sent out a report to his members labeled: CONFIDENTIAL. NOT FOR PUBLICATION IN AMY FORM WHATSOEVER: “In behalf of the American Jewish Congress I send you this report clarifying our policy in meeting the present crisis in the life of our fellow Jews in Germany. The silence of the American Jewish Congress should not be regarded as a lack of activity on our part. It is the result of well considered policy.”

pp 145 – In the wake of Kristallnacht, New York Senator Wagner introduced legislation to allow 20,000 German Jewish children into the United States. Stephen Wise testified before the legislation committee: “If there is any conflict between our duty to those children and our duty to our country, our country comes first; and if children cannot he helped, they cannot be helped.”…Reynolds saw no difficulty in accommodating the refugee children in the United States. The legislation, without support from the Jewish leadership, got nowhere.

** If the children were not destined from Germany to Palestine, they were not destined to live. The same thing happened when choosing the Polish Jews fit to live. **

pp 154 – A letter to American Jews on United Jewish Appeal stationery continued to support the ‘selected’ immigration of Jews to Palestine, despite the fact that 3 million Jews were now trapped in Nazi-occupied Poland: “Selectivity is an inescapable factor in dealing with the problem of immigration to Palestine. By selectivity is meant the choice of young men and women who are trained in either agriculture or industry.

We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 3:48 pm

We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 4:00 pm
The correlative to the acts of collaboration with the Nazis throughout the 1930’s was that when attempts to change the immigration laws of the United States and Western Europe were contemplated in order to provide token refuge for persecuted Jews of Europe, it was the Zionists who actively organized to stop these efforts.
We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 4:14 pm
Beit Zvi describes in detail how the Zionist movement set out to prevent the offer of the Dominican Republic being implemented. [48] Richard Crossman, a vehemently pro-Zionist Labour cabinet minister, wrote: “The Zionists’ … main preoccupation is not to save Jews alive out of Europe, but to get Jews into Palestine.” [49]

The chairman of the ‘Rescue Committee’ of the JA in Palestine was Yitzhak Greenbaum. Not only did the committee lack an organisational base, budget and administration, but for a long time it even lacked a permanent name! [50] Greenbaum’s explained his policy:

“And when I was asked, ‘But could you donate from the resources of the United Jewish Appeal (Foundation Fund) for the rescue of Jews in Europe,’ I said no. And I say again no … In my opinion one should resist this wave which relegates the Zionist activities to secondary importance. And because of that I was called anti-semitic and was judged to be responsible for the fact that we do not absorb ourselves completely in the rescue activity.” [51]

Greenbaum was consistent in his views that the needs of Zionism took precedence over the need to save European Jewry. He faced criticism, in particular from Melech Neustadt of Poalei Zion-Hitahdut, yet even Neustadt sought only to save the activists of the Zionist movement, not Jewry as a whole. [52] Greenbaum related in Haboker of December 7 1942 how his comrades from Poland “would always ask me to sound the alarm and I would throw cold water on their ideas and cool their enthusiasm.” [53]

By 1936 there was an extensive system of Zionist agricultural training centres throughout north Germany. Throughout 1935-36 the JA was permitted to send training instructors from Palestine to Germany. [54] Hagannah agent Feivel Polkes “declared himself ready to gather information for Germany that did not conflict with his own political ends. Among other things, he would vigorously support German foreign policy interests in the Middle East and use his influence to secure sources of oil for the German Reich … if German foreign currency regulations for Jews emigrating to Palestine would be relaxed.” [55]

Polkes wanted the Nazis to use their powers of persuasion to ensure that German refugees only went to Palestine. The Gestapo were happy to do “everything in those days to promote emigration, particularly to Palestine.” [56] SS files show that in return for information from Polkes on Jewish attempts to kill Hitler, “pressure will be exerted on the Reichsvertretung der Juden in Deutschland to oblige Jews who emigrate from Germany to go exclusively to Palestine, and not to other countries.” [57] Not only were the Zionists trying to close the doors of Britain and the USA to Jewish refugees: they were pressing the Nazis not to allow anyone to leave unless it was for Palestine, and passing information to the Gestapo.
We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 4:19 pm
Zisrael, truly a uniquely illegitimate Political Entity
We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 4:20 pm
September 26, 2011 – 7:02 am
If you want to survive in “America” and you aren’t circumsized -do it NOW

Reply kevin
September 26, 2011 – 10:15 am
Polecat Perry is done,everytime this federal landgrabber opens his mouth his ratings drop,thank God he will not make the primary. He is the tool of zionism.

Reply usmcviet1967
September 26, 2011 – 11:11 am
Perry as President ?…Give me a freakin’ break !! He would even make Bush look good…….and HE was a complete idiot. There is not one Republican running that would help..just make things even worse than they
are. Their would be no middle class left. Either wealthy or poverty…nothing in between. The rich would get richer,
the rest of us would suffer for many, many years to come. There is no choice to make…RE-ELECT OBAMA.
Semper Fi….

Reply Bob Loblaw Jr
September 26, 2011 – 3:05 pm
You know.. I just can’t believe that any conniving, scheming pol that could get to be gov of Texas could possible be dumb enough to believe all that goofy religious hooey that was cobbled together by tricky English masons in the service of the empire. Yeah, the rank and file are utter idiots but nobody near the top of the pyramid is anything but a devious psychopath who actually believes in nothing but the acquisition of wealth and power. Anybody who actually truly believed that guff about dying and living forever in some magical paradise would dare to risk it by plunging into the vicious, corrupt trenchwarfare of politics. It wouldn’t be worth it. Just common sense.

Reply We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 3:54 pm
Rick Perry is just another opportunist,period
He is already owned by MERCK and the trans-texas corridor and the ZIOs.
He will do nothing about the Corporate Capture of various Federal Agencies/Dept.
Perry is a Merc Politician, not a Statesman

We will remember
September 26, 2011 – 3:57 pm
“The real rulers in Washington are invisible and exercise their power from behind the
scenes.”– Justice Felix Frankfurter, U.S. Supreme Court.



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