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The cyber-home of two non-profit bloggers, one in America while the other resides in Canada.  We strive to tell the whole truth, and nothing but, on a variety of urgent subjects and relative issues about the oligarchical, global cesspool created by the Talmudic enemies of mankind.  Our blogs and posts have reached millions of regular, ordinary people all over the world.

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Whitewraithe & Northerntruthseeker


JULY 28, 2014

For the present time, Pragmatic Witness’ focus will mainly be on the wars now on four fronts perpetrated and ruthlessly executed by the USI/Israeli Coalition of Evil in Gaza, Ukraine, Syria and Iraq. 

I believe that what we are now witnessing are the beginnings of World War III and even possibly a ‘World War Z’ if biological weapons and chemical agents are released into these embattled areas of the world where human beings are already suffering beyond comprehension.

Right now, I want to present Jim Kirwan’s recent article regarding the fate of these nations as they now stand on the precipice of annihilation and possibly total extinction of the inhabitants, especially in Gaza.  Read this article carefully and cautiously. 

A day of reckoning is coming and the United States and Israel will have to answer for these horrendous crimes against humanity and the world – preferably sooner than later.

Whitewraithe~


 

Israel’s Continuing Wars

By Jim Kirwan
7-28-14

On Four Fronts?

Israel is at war in Gaza, in Ukraine, inside US Inc. and quite possibly they may soon have to unleash an attack on

the West Bank as well.

It’s one thing to fight even one of these wars

But thanks to the fact that the people of the US are paying for all of Israel’s wars upon the world:

This global massacre could continue uninterrupted,

Except by the end of the world as we know it.

In The West Bank

Israeli Forces clash with Palestinians in the West Bank

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/07/28/373098/israeli-forces-palestinians-clash-in-wb/

With today’s demonstrations, against the policies of Israel, it just might be that Israel will soon have a second front opening up against the Palestinians ­ a front which quite possibly both Hezbollah and Hamas might be able to have a direct effect upon.

But there’s a forgotten element involved directly in the imprisonment of the population of the West Bank which apparently the world continues to overlook.

During the Cold War there was the Iron Curtain. That was both a symbol and a wall that had to be torn down, before an end could be declared in the Cold War.

The same is true of Israel’s “Security Wall” which is now much larger, both longer and higher, than the Iron Curtain ever was.

In Palestine today there’s a huge series of massive walls, that have imprisoned the people of the West Bank—while Israel attempts to protect its illegal settler’s and their fake-state from the population they are imprisoning – while they continue to torture, murder and slaughter the Palestinian population “at will”.

The map above is incomplete as this “Wall” has continued to be built throughout the entire West Bank, and it’s not just between Israel and the Palestinians in the West Bank: Instead it has turned the whole of the West Bank into a series of outdoor prison camps that have cut villages in half, separated farmers from their crops and people from any access to any travel outside what remains of where each person lives…

The world can never take Israel’s claims of legitimacy seriously as long as these barbaric walls and the private highways for use only by settler’s and Israeli’s; continue to strangle and isolate the Palestinians living in the West Bank. If tunnels were able to assist with humanitarian supplies in Gaza, then why not more tunnels under the treachery of these illegal-walls to relieve the Nazi-fascism of Israel’s administration over the West Bank?

Will these tyrannical “Walls” will be destroyed in our lifetimes?

Is that even possible given the Outlaw State that built them?

And the increasingly angry global public that is growing

Every single day?

With a two front war inside Israel, maybe then the world will be better able to understand what’s been going on in that hell-hole for over 66 years?

GAZA Today in ‘The DEBATE’

Israel Committed to Defend itself

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/07/28/373114/bibi-israel-committed-to-defend-itself/

Israel’s incredible slaughter of those they consider to be “sub-humans” cannot continue unchanged. And words, regardless of who says them are no longer enough! That’s the case at the moment because the secondary prize beneath all this bloodshed has been the capture of the EU which still hangs by a thread at the moment.

The irony in this is that the EU has failed to even notice that they are no longer European nations that are “at stake”. They lost that when they signed up and gave away their own right to print and use their own money! Now what’s at stake is who will own these pitiful orphaned states that belong to no one except the corporations that bought them cheap—dirt cheap—as part of the sellout of the people of the world to the same bankers that have been engineering all the wars, since even before the First World War.

If the countries of the EU won’t resist these global-outlaws then Europe should have the decency to hold a wake for the death of their own countries—because there are no longer any “European Nations” worthy of the name anymore: Almost all of them are nothing now but faceless, nameless slaves in service to the global-empire.

BTW Russia, that has always included itself in all things European, needs to pay attention to this now – because if Russia continues to fail to physically protect the people in Ukraine, as Putin has PROMISED on several occasions ­ then even Russia is in danger of giving in to the demands of those who are trying to hijack the planet, as we speak. The outlaws are baiting Russia and the time has come to smash these pirates where they stand.

Mr. Putin: There’s a time for diplomacy to work and when that clearly does not work – then that must be followed by the time when CONSEQUENCES must be applied; with overwhelming military force against these lying bastards that have been slaughtering Ukrainians as if they are the “sub-humans” that USI, Israel and Poroshenko have labeled them to be.

The world has been waiting overlong for Russia to act firmly and with unmitigating force in your more than legitimate defense of Russian speaking people who are being slaughtered—because force is the only language which Israel, NATO and US Inc can ever understand.

It really is up to Russia to ACT to stop this nightmare before it is allowed to go any further down this deeply bombed road that’s leading the world straight into hell…

kirwanstudios@sbcglobal.net

Source: http://rense.com/general96/iscontin.html


 


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The Israeli Solution

Zionism is incompatible with peace. (Tamar Fleishman/PC)

Zionism is incompatible with peace. (Tamar Fleishman/PC)

By Hasan Afif El-Hasan | Palestine Chronicle | October 18, 2014

I tried to explore the long term plans of the ruling elite of Israel regarding the Palestinians. But since no Israeli government ever publicly revealed its long term vision other than maintaining the status quo, I sought to examine their thoughts through one of their surrogates, Caroline Glick. I read her book “The Israeli Solution” that has been published recently. Caroline Glick is a right wing Israeli and a strong supporter of Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu policies. She is American born Israeli journalist, the deputy managing editor of the Jerusalem Post and she writes for the Israeli daily newspaper, Makor Rishon. In her book, she covers many topics that reflect the right wing Zionists views on Palestine, and she also promotes a one state plan in Palestine.

Glick argues that the two-state-solution is not acceptable because it falls short of meeting the Zionists’ goals. She writes: “The Jewish people’s rights to sovereignty over Judea and Samaria [West Bank]—as with their rights to the rest of the Land of Israel—are overwhelming from historical and political perspective.” She calls for creating an ethnic religious Jewish majority state that includes the West Bank “Judea and Samaria” and Jerusalem, but the one-state she is advocating does not include Gaza Strip and she rejects the refugees’ right of return.

Her plan offers Israeli citizenship and the right to vote to the Arab population of the West Bank neighborhoods. Glick claims that Gaza had been already an independent Palestinian state since Israel withdrew its military forces and removed its civilians from the Strip. She removed Gaza from the demographic equation and gave the Palestinians of the West Bank the option of moving to Gaza in the event that they prefer to live under Palestinian sovereignty. But she claims that Israel has the right to levy a maritime blockade of Gaza coast since it is a foreign entity governed by a terrorist organization that routinely engages in acts of war against Israel. She used a Machiavellian divide-and-conquer lie to exclude Gaza from her plan by creating fictional cultural differences between the Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank. She writes that the cultural affinity of the Palestinians in Gaza with Egypt is much higher than their cultural affinity with “Judea and Samaria.”

Glick states that once Israel annexes the West Bank it makes amends for the historic injustice that Jews there had suffered under the British regime which barred them from buying land! Glick ignored the November 2nd, 1917 infamous Britain’s “Balfour Declaration” that recognized the Zionist goal of establishing a Jewish home in Palestine, a country that was not a British land, its indigenous population never been consulted, and the Jews never constituted more than one percent of its population. Britain even allowed the Zionist leadership to dictate the text of the Declaration, and Britain executed it while occupying Palestine as a Mandate Power.

To support the feasibility of her one-state vision, Glick uses empirical analysis from a 2007 extensive official Israeli government study for expanding the state by absorbing all historical Palestine and maintaining Jewish majority. Based on this study, she concludes that demography is one of Israel’s greatest advantages if it decides to impose a one-state-solution. According to her book, Israel assembled a team of Israeli and American researchers to review the Palestinian population. The team was called American-Israel Demographic Research Group (ADRG). Its members included academic experts in forecasting models, demographics, and history, the former head of the civil administration in the West Bank “Judea and Samaria”, and experts in mathematical modeling. Findings compiled by the research team were presented to the leading US demographer Nicholas Eberstadt from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). It uncovered new demographic facts that had not been recognized in the past. Of the combined population of Israel, Jerusalem and the West Bank, 67% are Jewish, 14% are Israeli Arab citizens living in Israel proper, 3% live in East Jerusalem, and 16% are the West Bank Arabs. The study shows annexing the West Bank would have less impact on Israel’s democracy than previously believed.

AIDRG presented to the Israeli government a step-by-step analysis of each zone in the West Bank, demonstrating that Israel can review the impact of dealing with each zone while considering territorial and security needs. Any decision made by the state was based on a rational discussion within the Israeli government and its AIDRG consultants. It was compared against alternatives for governing this same zone population by the Palestinian Authority, by a third party such as Jordan, or by intervention of the international community. Israel, according to this study can annex the West Bank gradually and retain its Jewish character.

The AIDRG study discovered that the 1997 census done by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) was a “fraud”. The Palestinians had exaggerated their population figures by 50 percent, or 1.34 million according to the report. The flaw in the PCBS census was in the natural growth forecast projection of annual growth of 4.4 percent in the West Bank “Judea and Samaria” and 5.2 percent in Gaza between 1997 and 2003. Growth based on actual data from the Israeli records showed real growth of 1.8 percent in the West Bank and 2.9 percent in Gaza. The PCBS census also forecast that the Palestine Authority would experience receiving 236,000 people in the West Bank and Gaza between 1997 and 2003, but the official numbers tallied by Israeli border authorities was only 74,000.

Actions by successive Israeli governments in the occupied lands since 1967 suggest they are thinking in the direction of Glick’s Greater Israel plan: the establishment of a one Jewish majority state within the borders of the 1922 British Mandate and maintain its Jewish character. The 600,000 settlers that Israel has transplanted in the West Bank and Jerusalem with their networks of freeways, roads, electricity and water suggests that Israel is in the process of creating the state which Glick proposes.

Israel continues to build new settlements and expand the old ones. Palestinian’s homes and villages are being demolished because they were built without permits and permits are denied because the applicants are Palestinians. Israel drove more than 56,000 Palestinian Jerusalemites out of their city by denying them residence permits because they work outside the city municipality borders, and even prayers at al-Aqsa Mosque are disallowed by the military or interrupted by Jewish extremists under the protection of the Israeli security. Israel and Egypt have no intention to ease or lift the crippling economic blockade and siege on Gaza that has been destroyed multiple times and kept its inhabitants in absolute poverty. International donors convened in Cairo to raise funds for the reconstruction of the Strip following the third Israeli brutal assault in five years, but not to end the occupation and realization of Palestinian sovereignty, the main cause of violence. There is urgent need to rebuild Gaza now, but that does not compensate for the loss of thousands of innocent lives; and the aid is not even a temporary solution to the suffering of refugees of two wars living for decades under inhumane conditions. Until the occupation ends and the Palestinians live free in their country and a just solution for the refugees is reached, there will be a never-ending cycles of violence and destruction.

Israel insists that no concessions are possible on territorial or security issues, Jerusalem or the Palestinians’ right of return.Israel’s economy minister, Naftali Bennett said recently: “The idea that a Palestinian state should be established within the land of Israel has reached a dead end”. In his 2014 speech to the UN General Assembly, Netanyahu denied that Israel was occupying Palestinians lands. He said, “The people of Israel are not occupiers in the land of Israel. History, archaeology and common sense all make clear that we have had a singular attachment to this land for over 3,000 years.” He also said on last July 11: “There cannot be a situation, under any agreement, in which we relinquish security control of the territory west of the River Jordan.” Israel’s Vice Premier Moshe Ya’alon ruled out the possibility of establishing a Palestinian state alongside Israel in a speech at a cultural event recently in the South Sharon Regional Council.

In the mean time the Palestinian Authority (PA) leaders who lost credibility among their people promise to liberate their people from occupation and threaten to prosecute Israel in the International Courts while their security forces collaborate with the occupation forces to suppress any Palestinian resistance against the occupation. Members of the PA security force may even join the Israelis at the tightly monitored crossings to Gaza to prevent any possibility of allowing goods shipped to the starved people in the Strip that would threaten Israel’s security. Zionism is incompatible with peace and it is not easy for the Palestinians to be optimistic about the future when no one trusts a thing their leaders say!

- Hasan Afif El-Hasan, Ph.D. is a political analyst. His latest book, Is The Two-State Solution Already Dead? (Algora Publishing, New York), now available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.

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