TIFU by asking an entire jewish family how the gas chamber was

I love how not a single person wants to debate the facts. The most damning evidence comes from US embassies in Israel itself in the report "Israel: The Promised Land of Organized Crime?" 2000 pages had to be suppressed due to sensitivity issues within the Jewish community, but of the 1000+ pages that were public it details Zionist organized crime and an effort to subvert the US government. The report concludes that Jewish criminal syndicates pose a significant threat to US national security. Israel has already attacked the USS Liberty and the US embassy in Egypt in order to lure the US into war with Egypt in order to further the "Greater Israel Project".

Zionists talk about this agenda all the time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRkfQniargw




Named after Israel’s minister of foreign affairs at the time of the 1982 invasion of Lebanon and occupation of Beirut, with about 25 000 dead, this divide-and-rule geostrategy plan for the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) lives on.

Already victims of this strategy since 2011 – operated by Israel, the US and Saudi Arabia – we have the divided and weakened states of Iraq, Libya, Yemen and Syria. Egypt and even Tunisia can also possibly be added to the list. Others can be identified as likely short-term target victim countries.

In February 1982 the foreign minister Oded Yinon wrote and published ‘A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties‘, which outlined strategies for Israel to become the major regional power in the Middle East. High up the list of his recommendations was to decapitate and dissolve surrounding Arab states into sub-nations, warring between themselves. Called the peace-in-the-feud or simply divide and rule, this was part of Yinon’s strategy for achieving the long-term Zionist goal of extending the borders of Israel, not saying where but potentially a vast region. His strategy was warmly and publicly supported by leading US policy makers with close ties to Israel, like Richard Perle, by the 1990s.



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