Latest update: March 20th, 2014
We keep on hearing that even though pressure keeps mounting on Israel to make more and more dangerous concessions in the American brokered/mediated [sic] peace [sic] negotiations, it would be “more difficult and dangerous” for Israel to back out, disengage or just plain leave. Not only Moshe Ya’alon has been warning that they won’t result in true peace. Most Israelis admit that the so-called “peace” sic will endanger the security, the very existence of the State of Israel.
Everything our Prime Minister used to say about our national security before he entered politics and was elected to lead the Israeli Government is being violated by his cooperation with the Americans. It takes real guts to say “no” and walk away.
After having a double mastectomy in 2013, that next stage would likely be to have an oophorectomy, a.k.a. ovary removal surgery. The procedure would combat Angelina’s 50 percent risk (the number varies based on the individual) of developing ovarian cancer, the disease her mother, Marchelina Bertrand, died from at the relatively young age of 56. Angelina’s risk of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer was and is so high because she inherited the “faulty gene” known as BRCA1 from her mother and ancestors.
Just like Jolie decided that she doesn’t need her mammary glands and ovaries, we here in Israel do not need the United States of America.
• FDR sent Jews who had fled the Nazis back to Europe and their death.
• Truman originally refused to vote for a Jewish State when it was an issue in the United Nations.
• The USA participated in the boycott of weapons to the nascent Jewish State of Israel.
• American “aid” to Israel is a sham. Loans are not gifts and the “military aid” is no more than shopping coupons which can only be used for American made weapons.
Israel doesn’t owe anything to the American Government which has never truly supported us in times of need.
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