CIA expert: Obama switched sides in war on terror  


By Garth Kant, WND

August 29, 2014


Absolutely vital article

the “Fascist left” is hiding this stuff. They are not socialists they are the enemy of socialism!


This is carried by Jewish patriot Ted Belman on his blog Israpundit and he sees the enormous implication of this article


This is gigantic. Netanyahu KNEW that he would be fighting not only Hamas in Gaza but the Obama Regime. Netanyahu flunked that battle and he should not have/did not need to because in taking over Gaza completely Netanyahu would have the support of most of Congress and would have inspired MOST Americans


This article fits right in with the latest Martin Sherman analysis that Netanyahu totally missed his opportunity to make history

President Obama appears to bow to Saudi King Abdullah, on April 1, 2009, in London

WASHINGTON – It’s an explosive charge, one that practically accuses the president of treason.

A former CIA agent bluntly told WND, America has switched sides in the war on terror under President Obama.

Clare Lopez was willing to say what a few members of Congress have confided to WND in private, but declined to say on-the-record.

She said the global war on terror had been an effort to “stay free of Shariah,” or repressive Islamic law, until the Obama administration began siding with such jihadist groups as the Muslim Brotherhood and its affiliates.

Why the switch?

Continue reading



91% of Israeli Jews support the ongoing ‘Operation Protective Edge” and 85% would only support a cease-fire agreement if Israel eliminated every Hamas rocket and destroyed the full network of terror tunnels  used by Hamas to attack Israeli civilians, Arutz Sheva reports.


Top Pentagon intelligence official believes that the destruction of Hamas would only lead to something more dangerous taking its place – like ISIS.


The decision that was facing the Israeli leadership of the war was exactly that. Should Israel go on and break up the Hamas organization and take control of the Gaza? Or should Israel seek a deal with Hamas?


It is very, very unfortunate indeed that Israel in the first 3 days of the war did not take over the Gaza. This would have repeated the time honoured methods of warfare as practiced in Ireland by the Irish King Brian Boru against the Danes which is to take the ground that the enemy sits on and hold on to that ground


As stated above it is clear that 91 of the Israelis would have supported Netanyahu if he had done that.


I am absolutely certain that the great majority of the American people would have supported Israel smashing up Hamas in Gaza.


So why on earth did Netanyahu not do that in the first 3 days of the war?


This is the crisis of leadership in Israeli politics. 4international disagrees with Martin Sherman on this. It is not enough to ask the Israeli leaders to do it. It is necessary to get rid of Netanyahu and to replace him with leaders who will do this.


That is the next step. It was always and will remain the next step.





US called for “immediate ceasefire without preconditions”. Israeli leaders agreed and now appear to be begging


“immediate ceasefire without preconditions” that was the call that was made by Obama, Kerry, the British and the French and almost all others


But that is the wrong policy to have when you are dealing with terrorists.


Was that the call that was made on the British against the IRA? Was that the call that was made on the Spanish against ETA?


NO IT WAS NOT! There was no such call made on the British and the French and they both used the most inhuman methods against those terrorists.


The British and the Americans went to WORLD war against Hitler. They went to war and the result was 60 millions of deaths, but there was no similar call made for immediate ceasefire.


Yet Israel is facing the worst Fascists on the planet, Hamas and the similar PA of Abbas are similar to ISIL. Abbas is in agreement with these Hamas Fascists.


So there has been a double standard applied to Israel because Israel is made up of Jews and Israel is the Jewish Homeland.


There is another link between Hamas, Fatah and the Nazis of Hitler. That is Antisemitism or Jew Hatred.


The answer: 4international is in agreement with those like the Martin Sherman Facebook Page, and with the member of Knesset Moshe Feiglin, on a programme which calls for Israel to take control of the situation by breaking up these Antisemites, starting first of all with Hamas in the Gaza.


We also think that Israel should make close alliance with all of those like the Kurds who are in deadly conflict with ISIL, and should make an alliance with Russia and the Crimea as well as the southern Russian Ukraine who are facing the Fascists in Northern Ukraine directed by Washington


The Hamas is not a “Palestinian Militant Group” as they were called on the BBC news bulletin this morning. That is misleading. They are Arab Fascists. Arab Fascists filled with Jew Hatred. The BBC cannot get it right because the BBC is also filled with Jew Hatred.



The last Christian left Mosul on Wednesday. The “Palestinians” are precisely allied with that Fascism







Under Netanyahu and the present leaders in Israel there will never be an end to the war and Israelis will always be under attack from Hamas, and from other attacks too from inside Israel.


The mathematics is quite simple. If Israel does not take over Gaza and dismantle the terrorist Hamas, its leadership and operational bases then Israel has to live with Hamas alongside.


It should be noted very strongly that the IDF was aware of the tunnels from a long time ago. They were even aware that Hamas had changed from one single 8 hour shift to a 24 continuous three 8 hour shifts. Jews in southern Israel were hearing voices!


Gaza is therefore a piece of land that is sitting on extensive tunnels


Only one journalist in the whole international media has reported on seeing Hamas launch rockets, in that case a Finnish journalist, and she reported seeing a rocket launched from the grounds of Shifa Hospital.


This journalist is now in physical danger and will be leaving Gaza asap. This journalist reminds me of Bosnia and the brave journalist from UK Eve Ann Prentice see http://www.serbianna.com/columns/savich/076.shtml


The non reporting by the Media of Hamas war crimes, and it is also a war crime to dress up for war in civilian dress, is another important issue for Israel and for all of us who are opposed to this kind of trap.





The issue of Hamas and the support effectively for Hamas by that Media is also linked to the issues of the war on the Serbs, the war on Putin and Russia, the war on Kosovo and so on.


There is also the vital matter of the left. It is obvious that in the social media, as on http://www.thejournal.ie there are an organised forcé of people  who are writing all the time on the basis of an antisemitic hatred for Israel, that is for Jews. They seem to write full time.


How this can be combatted is an issue. It has not even been discussed never mind combated.




At the basis of this is the way that the Arab “Palestinian” Narrative has been sold. It has been sold most effectively. One answer to this is the book “Phantom Nation”, a large 200 page plus book of A4 size, and that is just Volume 1.


The full 3 Volumes are on Kindle. It is by Sha’i ben-Tekoa


This book is the best answer but even this book in the opinión of 4international is deficient. This is seen in his bias against Marx and Communism and his not understanding of Stalinism, nor the struggle of Leon Trotsky in defence of the Jews.


Why is a clever intelligent writer therefore so not ignorant but biased, therefore skewed?


Martin Sherman makes many good points but sadly Martin has no way to make his knowledge come to life. For that you need a party of a particular type.


Such is the confusión one person on his Facebook even advocates a Jewish “King”.  People can say anything in periods of stress and crisis. That is dogma. there was a King in the past so a King now. Such would accuse Marxism as being a dogma!!!


The bottom line is that the war is already lost and this is due totally to leadership. Netanyahu never had the intention clear or otherwise of defeating Hamas.

You will never defeat Hamas if you do not intend to defeat Hamas!


Netanyahu represents a replay of the Popular Front. Perhaps he keeps Hamas because he figures he can do a deal even with Hamas against ISIL


The whole of the problem lies with Netanyahu and what he represents in Israeli society. Not personally. He represents an ideological current.




At the time of the Gaza Withdrawal under Sharon Netanyahu played the worst role. The plans of Sharon were meeting with more and more opposition


On Israpundit at the time myself and Joseph Alexander Norland were fighting a hard struggle against the prevarication of Ted Belman on the issue of Withdrawal. Belman had allowed an Omri Coren to post articles and Omri Coren was advocating flat out for the Sharon Withdrawal.


The arguments of Coren were never combatted by Belman who sat on the proverbial fence. But it was so maddening for me because I knew that you never give land to your enemy.


The Israeli people were really confused but as time went on and the date drew nearer and Hamas was more and more gloating and self-confident, there was a MASS movement development from deep within the Israeli masses against withdrawal.


Jared Israel did a useful article on his website which described how teenager boys and girls travelled long distances to talk to the IDF, and opposint withdrawal.


It was at this time that the utter bankruptcy of groups like Women in Green were seen. They marched Israeli religious youth up the hills and they marched them down again. But the Women in Green were pressure politics people when what was needed was a revolutionary Jewish party


In the end it was the Settlements Leaders who knifed the Israeli people in the back and they came in and backed up Sharon. Especially the Rabbis backed up Sharon.


Feiglin always note has a correct position but…Feiglin does not build a party of the mass movement. Feiglin advocates for Feiglin. Some of the things Feiglin says are good but Feiglin says them and then retreats into nothingness.


The issue in Israel is one of power. People like Netanyahu capture power in the Knesset and then rule as dictators for the next usually ten years. It appears like democracy but the Media control make it a real dictatorship. Media and money and power! Look at what Netanyahu did recently to Danny Dayon. He sacked him.


What is needed now is the most determined struggle inside and outside of the Knesset, on the soldiers committees which need to be set up if necessary, on groups like Women in Green, on social media like Jews News, on every forum as to how to mobilise the Israeli people against what is a Maoist Fascist type group (Hamas and Fatah)which is allied with US Imperialism, British Imperialism and world antisemitism.




You need a party in Israel.


As somebody said in a comment Netanyahu is engaging in talks in Cairo and his solution is international demilitarisation of Hamas.


How did that work out in Lebanon? Brilliant wasn’t it. Israel now has 10,000 rockets of Hisbullah trained on its cities thanks to the UN, those Irish and Spanish soldiers, all great friends of the Jews y’know!


So Netanyahu must go. He must go as soon as possible. It is precisely in a war and through a war that you can see that the leaders are not up to the task


Abbas should have been arrested and the Fatah movement banned the first indication that Abbas was forming a Unity Government


All contacts with Obama who was backing that Unity Government had and have to be broken off


(Take up a big fight in Europe against the likes of Steven Ritson of Talk Radio Europe who obviously thinks the Unity Government is the way forward. This is Unity  with fascists…hamas is Fascist and Ritson needs to have that stuffed down his throat)


The answer to Ritson is that you do not unite with Fascists if you do not intend to carry out a Fascist programme.


Netanyahu did nothing along these lines.


He did not arrest Abbas. He did not break off all contact with Obama and Kerry.


Netanyahu did nothing. He mouthed and mouthed but he did nothing.




The War…the worst example of Israeli Government bungling.


It should be the very simplest matter to defeat Hamas. Any so called fighter who burrows underneath leaves themselves totally vulnerable to what is above and comin at em


But nothing was comin at em.


Netanyahu was throwing out feelers picked up by these disreputable journalists all round the place, not just in Israel, that it was better to keep Hamas because the alternative might be worse.


So sickening!  So morale sapping!




Step 1. Jews had to be withdrawn from the border with Gaza. Move them out of dangers way. Have Jews elsewhere put them up.


Step 2. The IDF drives a wedge over the ground that the Hamas leaders are skulking under


Step 3. All “civilians” out of that area. Level it. Occupy that area. Send depth charges. No Jewish soldier should go near the mouth of a tunnel. That is what depth charges are for.


Step 4. Demand that Hamas surrender and if they do not … occupy by great force and ruthlessness the whole of the Gaza area. Do not let them escape from any corner. Place the captured Hamas leadership on trial. Place the UN organizations on trial. Be prepared to meet the force of Obama’s Nato with extreme force. Send out messages of alliances with others in a similar situation such as the antifascists in Donesk Ukraine and in Crimea.


Step 4…The Arabs of Gaza. Those Arabs who support the Jewish Homeland and who reject the poison of Antisemitism in a meaningful way can remain in Israel as guests. No others can remain. No Antisemites can remain. Antisemitism remains the bottom line and main issue of our times. Trotskyist socialists cannot and must not stand aside from that



FINAL issue help us to build 4international.



Gaza Betrayal by Jewish leaders


The issue was really over the nature of the whole Israeli ruling class, whatever they may be called. The disagreement between Ted Belman editor of Israpundit and Francisco Gil White was about that.

Gil White had called Netanyahu a traitor. I agreed with him but I go much further because I call the whole of the Israeli leaders right across the board traitors. Big difference. But let us not stray. How did Belman react to Gil White? It is most instructive to see what Belman wrore:

I disagree with Gil-White’s conclusion.  Everyone involved with Oslo from the start knew of the Nazi connection and chose to ignore it.  I don’t see continuing it as treason but as stupidity or naivete.  Ted Belman




A strange response by Ted Belman



A similar situation is that your friend is being conned by a conman out of his life savings and you sitting there beside your friend while this is going on know he is a conman, but your friend does not, and you say nothing. If you do that you are not a friend, not naive, not stupid, but you are a traitor to your friend


The same applies with all these political leaders in Israel. Call them right call them left, whatever (AND if you do that just shows your political and historical ignorance)



The Jews are being continually conned here by the US Government. They were conned over OSLO, conned over the Gaza withdrawal, conned by Churchill over Jordan, conned by the UN in 1948.


But on this score the US Government would not have been able to con the Jews if it had not been for the Jewish leadership in Israel.


The Likud leadership knew exactly what Sharon was doing in 2005 and yet the Likud leaders refused to act against Sharon. There was lots of time and the very first thing the Likud leaders should have done was expel the TRAITOR.  (To add to my argument who emerged as the greatest traitors of the Jews during the Gaza removal? It was the rabbis and the Settlers leaders!)


While all this was going on Netanyahu was there but he basically was lying low, and he only put up a bit of a show at the very end, when it was too late, and moreover he knew it was too late. How do you characterise this kind of behaviour, naïve!!! No traitors to the Jews. All human activity is conscious.





Note that these are what is called the right

  1. Netanyahu made his name as a right politician
  2. Likud to a man and woman is opposed to socialism

Now since this is about Martin Sherman what about him? Well Sherman looks at the situation in Israel and does 2 things


  1. Sherman like Belman thinks that the Likud and Right are also naive
  2. While he sees the right as naive only Sherman then confuses the issue totally by referring to what he calls the “left” thus echoing the confusers supreme on this score Geller and Spencer.

Those therefore are two big problems about Sherman.


In his article Sherman makes this reference to Glick:

Regrettably, however, most of these are poorly thought through, and even if implemented, would leave Israel, as the nation-state of the Jewish people, in a situation hardly less beleaguered – diplomatically, politically and physically – than if it adopted the perilous prescription of the Left.

Typically, these alternative proposals fall into three broad categories. (a) Those that would leave Israel with a massive enfranchised Muslim minority (up to 40%) within its frontiers, critically undermining the ability to maintain the dominant Jewish character of the state, whatever the initial electoral arithmetic; (b) those that would leave Israel with excessively long and torturous frontiers, impossible to delineate (other than on a map) and to secure; and (c) those that entail both (a) and (b).

Most of these alternative proposals draw on optimistic (but not necessarily unrealistic) demographic assumptions as to the growth of the Arab population, but pay little heed to the negative effect the proposals might have on the Jewish population, were they to be implemented.

Lamentably, by insisting on blatantly flawed and clearly counter-productive political paradigms as proffered alternatives to the Left’s prescription of appeasement and accommodation, the authors of these proposals and their supporters only bolster the false perception that the latter is the only game in town

In the above Sherman is attacking Caroline Glick. You would hardly know but he is.

That is the good thing about Sherman…he is clear that the Glick proposals are the proposals of somebody who is betraying the Jews. Yes to leave 40 per cent of Muslims inside her Israel, that is a Glick betrayal right there and Sherman calls her on this betrayal.

At least Sherman is clear on the betrayal of Glick.

But there is no way forward at all with Sherman. Jews need a new leadership.


English: Palestinian territories (West Bank an...

English: Palestinian territories (West Bank and Gaza Strip) showing Israel’s 1948 and 1967 borders (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The very important Jewish writer Caroline Glick has reported ona  conference in Jerusalem in which Mrs Livni has stated her innermost political ideas, thoughts and strategy…Yes Livni does have a kind of strategy.


Livni and this Brand of politician in Israel, Lapid is another, are like certain animals which can inject poison, and Livni and her like are always poised to lash out with their poison to try to disable real Jewish patriots.


I have included some points on the general situation surrounding Livni and these pernicious talks for consideration on Israpundit.


I do not mean these to be comprehensive. For example keep in mind the work done by Richard Landes in exposing Pallywood and how the Media including the Israeli Media actually works. But  these points are about leadership. I want to build a Trotskyist party, however small at first.


1. Livni is in conversation with the PA, but this PA, Fatah or Hamas, are the descendents of the Nazis and Hajj Amin el Husseini, who supervised the Holocaust along with Hitler, Himmler and Eichmann
2. For Obama there can be only one end result which is a Palestinian Arab State, but for all capitalist governments Jewish ideas pose a problem (Gil White)
3. Netanyahu runs scared of world opinion
4. Netanyahu considers all the time the attack on Iran to stop the bomb
5. Netanyahu thinks it is a valid strategy to quiet world opinion to give room for attack on Iran´s bomb
6. As capitalist economic crisis gets worse Obama considers need for one success, the “settlement”
7. Jews as scapegoat, Antisemitism, pushes itself to forward position in every country in the world
8. Key role of revisers of Marx, the present “Left”
9. Leadership needed based on perspective but also “boldness”
10. Need to hammer home a clear perspective, which is also a guide to every action, that Judea and Samaria, Jerusalem its unity, is not a matter for “settlers”, but for a united Israel
11. Refuse to be pushed into a corner
12. How to stop being pushed into a corner
13. As capitalist system collapses in on itself what will be role of left
14. What is the historical role of the working class in this present period?





By Caroline Glick, JPOST

For Justice Minister Tzipi Livi, all politics are personal.

She can be trusted, because she is good. Her opponents must be rejected, because they are evil.

In her speech at The Jerusalem Post’s Diplomatic Conference in Herzliya last Thursday, Livni insisted that the only “legitimate” basis for opposing a Palestinian state is ideological. Livni stridently rejected the notion that one can oppose the establishment of a Palestinian state – in the two-state solution framework – for security reasons.

As she sees it, everyone cares equally about security. And since she cares about security just as much as her political opponents do, the question of whose policy will better protect the country is illegitimate. She’s nice. She cares. So she’s just as competent as the next guy.

There’s just one problem with Livni’s claim.

She has a track record.

ISRAEL ENACTED two major strategic initiatives that have her signature on them: the 2005 withdrawal from Gaza, and UN Security Council Resolution 1701 from 2006 that set the terms for the end of the Second Lebanon War.

Both were massive failures. Both caused Israel’s national security to deteriorate. And in both cases, Livni’s political opponents warned that her strategies were wrong-headed, dangerous and unhinged from strategic realities.

Livni built her career on her support for the withdrawal of all Israeli civilians and security forces from the Gaza Strip.

It was her decision to jump on the expulsions bandwagon, and her fervent castigation and demonization of all her former colleagues and voters, that caused then prime minister Ariel Sharon to promote her from a the backwaters of the Absorption Ministry to center stage at the Justice Ministry.

Within months Livni became second only to Ehud Olmert in seniority in Sharon’s government.

As justice minister, Livni ignored the law and trounced democratic norms to repress opponents of the withdrawal.

Licensed buses transporting law abiding citizens to legal protests were unlawfully intercepted en route by police.

Protest organizers were subjected to warrantless, middle-of-the-night searches, unlawful seizure of private property and arbitrary arrests without charge.

13-year-old girls were arrested for participating in protests. They were jailed for four months without charges being brought against them.

And Livni, who since her 2003 ideological transformation from nationalist to radical leftist has presented herself as the guardian of Israeli democracy, oversaw the entire process.

We know what happened after Israel withdrew from Gaza. Just as all of Livni’s opponents warned, Israel was shelled by more rockets, mortars and missiles than ever before. Tel Aviv and Jerusalem are now in range of Gaza’s terror armies.

Hamas took over Gaza, and transformed it into a hub for the global jihad, linking the jihad against Israel to the jihad against Egypt and the rest of the world.

Gaza, which before the withdrawal was never more than a tactical nuisance, became a regional strategic threat.

As the war the next year showed, Israel’s decision to cut and run from Gaza, and its willingness to forcibly expel ten thousand of its most productive citizens from their homes, was a profound expression of weakness. Just as the withdrawal opponents warned, it invited the aggression that Hezbollah visited on us.

As foreign minister during the war, Livni was responsible for organizing Israel’s diplomatic defense and managing relations with the US and Europe.

She chose a strategy of preemptive capitulation. Against the will of prime minister Ehud Olmert, Livni began negotiating the cease-fire in the early days of the war, vacuously insisting that there was no military solution to a terrorist organization’s war of aggression.

The result of her dubious efforts was 1701, which from Israel’s perspective is arguably the most problematic Security Council resolution ever passed. Not only did 1701 treat Hezbollah, a terrorist organization that fought an illegal war against Israel, as a legitimate party simply by ignoring it. It made Hezbollah the victor in the war by ensuring it would retake control of Lebanon’s border with Israel without any serious opposition.

THESE TWO strategic initiatives are Livni’s national security track record. As their failures show, whatever her intentions may be, she is totally incompetent to understand, secure or advance Israel’s national security.

From her egomaniacal insistence that she is The One who will bring the peace, it is apparent that Livni has never accepted responsibility for the damage she has caused the country.

But she does seem to recognize that she cannot defend her actions on their merits. Just as the only card she plays in her favor is egomaniacal self-aggrandizement, so the only card she plays against her opponents is aggressive demonization.

Sunday the cabinet approved the release of another 26 terrorist murderers from prison. The release is second of four tranches that will bring about the release of 104 terrorist murderers from prison. This is the price that Livni and US Secretary of State John Kerry convinced Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to pay for the privilege of having Livni sit across a negotiating table from Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat.

In a bid to block the cabinet decision, on Saturday night the Jewish Home (Bayit Yehudi) party released a statement saying that Israel mustn’t endanger the public just so that Livni can sit at a table with chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat.

The statement attracted a lot of media attention because it was on the mark.

Livni’s negotiations are endangering Israel’s national security. Hundreds of Israelis have been murdered over the years by terrorists Israel released early from prison for political reasons. More will certainly be murdered by those now being released.

And that isn’t all. The act of releasing terrorists emboldens other terrorists to strike. When they see these murderers welcomed home as heroes after serving a fraction of their life sentences, wouldbe murderers understand that they have a free hand to kill Jews.

Then there are the lessons the Palestinians have learned over 20 years of negotiations. They know that Israel deals with terrorism with kid gloves when negotiations are taking place. Out of fear of angering their Palestinian “partners” Israel’s leaders have consistently failed to take effective action against terrorist attacks that occur while the PLO is supposedly talking peace with us.

So just by sitting down with Erekat, Livni is constraining the freedom of action of the IDF to protect the country.

The recent spate of terrorist attacks, and the IDF’s timid response to them, made this clear, yet again.

The Jewish Home party’s statement neatly encapsulated all of these incontrovertible charges. Since she has no substantive defense against them, she responded with rank demonization and criminalization.

Speaking to Army Radio, Livni’s surrogate, Environmental Protection Minister Amir Peretz, said, “The Jewish Home party has become a messianic and extremist home. The incitement and hatemongering is egregious…. Angry statements like this… can lead to murder.”

AND THERE you have it. Livni, the egomaniacal failure, is competent because she says she cares; and her opponents, who were right about the Gaza withdrawal, right about 1701 and are right about the terrorist releases and the negotiations, are murderers.

Livni promised the audience at the conference last Thursday that she will never quit politics again. Let’s hope her word on that score is as solid as her national security credentials.













The following is a post from the famous newspaper Jerusalem Post, which all the anti-Semites in the world hate.


It came to 4international via Ted Belman of Israpundit


Some comments by 4international at the end of the Jerusalem Post entry



The IDF is taking extra precautions and preparing a firm but non-lethal response to any attempt to force the nation’s borders in the coming days, as Palestinians plan mass marches to mark Arab losses in the Six Day War.

IDF units have dug a barbed-wire-protected trench along the Golan Heights security fence at Majdal Shams, Israel Radio reported.

Residents of the Druse village have been instructed not to approach the fence, which some 100 Syrians crossed on May 15 in a dramatic cross-border breach.

Near Moshav Avivim, troops have fortified the border fence with Lebanon and set up new lookout posts, the radio station reported.

The IDF Northern Command has ordered soldiers on the Syrian and Lebanese borders to follow the usual rules of engagement before opening fire. They are instructed to shout warnings at protesters approaching the border, then, should those instructions be ignored, to fire warning shots in the air, a military source said on Wednesday.

If marchers continue to approach the fence, troops are ordered to direct nonlethal fire at their lower bodies, the source said.

“We could also use tear gas and stun grenades. But we won’t tolerate the idea that our international borders will become like Bil’in,” the source said.

Bil’in is a village near Modi’in Illit and the site of Friday protests in which the West Bank security barrier is routinely damaged.

“We are talking about protecting our international borders,” the source said. “We won’t let the other side get its wish and have 70 people killed…

We have no intention of letting Syria and Lebanon use these incidents to delegitimize Israel.”

An extensive campaign on Facebook and other Internet forums is calling for marches on Israel’s borders with Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Gaza, and for Arabs in Israel, the West Bank and Jerusalem to converge on the Aksa Mosque to declare their “allegiance” to the city. Three separate but similar rallies are planned for this Friday, Sunday and Tuesday, with Sunday – the anniversary of the war’s outbreak in 1967 – expected to draw the largest crowds.

An IDF officer told The Associated Press this week that the army would set “red lines” for demonstrators and would provide troops with crowd-control tools such as rubber bullets and water cannons to handle “life-threatening situations.”

The official said the army would be better equipped to handle protests than it was two weeks ago, when on “Nakba Day” – the annual Palestinian day of mourning over Israel’s creation – at least 10 people were killed on the Lebanese and Syrian borders while trying to enter the country.

The most active group organizing the rallies on “Naksa Day” – the day of the Arab “setback” in 1967 – calls itself Third Palestinian Intifada. The group’s Facebook page features a clock counting down the days, hours, minutes and seconds beneath a banner reading “June 7.”

The page has been removed by Facebook several times for inciting violence, only to return under a slightly different name. Since going back up in April, the site has amassed some 375,000 followers.

Lebanon’s press has also been abuzz with plans for mass rallies. The pro- Syrian Ad-Diyar daily quoted organizers suggesting 100,000 people would participate in processions from refugee camps in Beirut, Sidon and Tyre to the village of Maroun al-Ras, the site of border clashes on this year’s “Nakba Day” that left more than 10 people dead.

As-Safir, a left-wing pan-Arab daily published in Beirut, reported that the Lebanese Army has no intention of allowing a repeat of last month’s disturbances.

“Senior military sources told As-Safir that the Lebanese Army has ‘good control of the border’ and will not allow anyone to tamper with security,” the paper said. Western sources said Maj.-Gen. Alberto Asarta, commander of the UNIFIL monitoring force in south Lebanon, would be traveling to Israel to discuss plans for dealing with the unrest, the paper reported.

UNIFIL spokesman Neeraj Singh told Beirut’s English-language Daily Star newspaper the force had no official confirmation so far about the march in its area of operations. He added that it was the Lebanese Army’s responsibility to secure the safety of protesters, “although we always stand ready to assist the LAF [the Lebanese Armed Forces], if they so request.”

A Lebanese military source told the paper the LAF might keep protesters from approaching the border altogether.

“The army has reservations about allowing protesters to reach the border,” he reportedly said. “We will not allow a repeat of what happened on Nakba Day, in terms of the killings of Palestinians.”

The same report quoted a senior Fatah commander in Lebanon saying a peaceful rally would proceed from the coastal town of Nakoura, across the border from Rosh Hanikra, to the Shi’ite village of Khiam, 4 km. north of Metull





Obviously war is being stepped up on the Jewish Homeland. By whom…there can only be one answer…by world anti-Semitism



This war against the Jewish Homeland is being fought by ignorant savages some of whom are masquerading as journalists


Some even masquerade as the learned people of the Guardian, Times, Independent, the Churches…the list is endless because world anti-Semitism is endless


The response of Israel and of Israeli politicians is not sufficient and is not adequate to this threat. But in saying that this war is being fought in every country, and since we do not live in Israel that is our responsibility to do something about this


The very first thing that must be done is that we on the side of the Jewish Homeland must form a United Front against this


Pamela Geller has noted that these anti-Semites in the world have had their inspiration from the election of Obama. This has nothing to do with the colour of the man’s skin, in fact blacks should be in alliance with Jews. It has to do with his politics, and his clear alliance with the forces of side of American politics, which is to use the Palestinian Arab issue to, and the forces around Palestinian Arab anti-Semitism.


Obama has come from the Khalidi/Edward Said/Pastor Wright area of American anti-Semitism


How this can be combatted…we have to start from fundamentals and ask what this “Palestinian Arab State” is all about.


To answer that question means that we have to be very familiar with this history, from 1920 onwards, especially 1948 and 1967.


It is around these dates that the big lies are told.


Can I add a few words about the Irish radio presenter Richie (“Finkelstein is a great scholar”) Allen


My most fundamental disagreement with Allen is on a question of philosophy and method.


Allen thinks that there are 4 or 5 different versions of this history. Bull Shit Allen! That is relativism and total Bull Crap.


We will fight you on that Allen.


We have 10 major articles on history being prepared on our sister site www.wedefendisrael.com


Slow progress but we will get there.


Write us here, join us, help us.



by Felix Quigley

The Gaza War that we experienced over 3 weeks ago is going to be remembered as a qualitative point in the struggles and history of man.


This was the time when the so called “Left” tipped over completely into anti-Semitism.


The “Left” marched side by side with Islamist Fascist anti-Semitics in cities and in town throughout Europe and even in North America.


This was also a time when Jewish people came under direct attack on the streets of Europe, Canada and America from anti-Semites and in which Jews stopped feeling safe in Europe.


The parallels with the period of the Nazis taking power in Germany were all too obvious.


So imagine, just think what it must have been like to be Jewish in 2009 and to hear your own people being compared to Nazis, because of the war with Hamas.


As a record to this eventful war we on 4international will now do 2 things. We will spend some time


  • Analysing the real nature of the enemy Hamas which Israel was fighting in Gaza. This also involves the nature of the PLO, the PA, Fatah and the PLO
  • Placing on record some of this anti-Semitism on the streets that we experienced in the last months


I will be working on these articles over the weekend. I am also thinking of having them translated into Spanish and perhaps French as well.


I believe that this Gaza war has been a qualitative experience and I think also it is a definite stage in the history of the Jews, and it will go down as such.


We invite you to comment. You can do so in 2 ways private or public. If you place PRIVATE at top it will not be published. Please do so. We need to hear from readers.





For 70 and even 100 years Jews in Palestine have been attacked by anti-Semitic Arabs


The leader of the Arabs was a man who had a big hand in the Nazi Holocaust and who intended that the Holocaust be spread to Palestine. This was  the Arab Palestine leader called Hajj Amin el Husseini who fed on the anti-Semitism which comes out of the Muslim Koran.


If the Nazis had not been stopped in the desert then not a single Jew would have been left alive in Palestine. The Nazis in this would have been elected by the Arabs under el Husseini (whose other name was the Mufti of Jerusalem)


Times move on and now the main organizers of the Holocaust of the Jews in Israel is the United Nations which is the voice of the Islamist hordes who want to see the Jews driven out of the Middle East.


These points are obvious


  1. The UN is organized from American soil. It has its headquarters in New York. American tax payers finance this thing big time
  2. Yet this UN is preparing a Holocaust of the Jews
  3. The savages who make up the Fascist and Jew Hating Hamas do not have to work. Why?
  4. Because their wages are paid by the UN. For what?
  5. For waging war on Jews and for preparing the Holocaust against the Jews
  6. The clear aims of Hamas if anybody care to  read their Covenant or look at their TV programmes


Hence it falls on the American people initially


  1. Close down the UN building in New York and convert it into flats for homeless and poor Americans, especially Black Poor Americans
  2. American people must force their Government to break all ties with the UN. No ambassadors and above all no money



What Israel itself must do


  1. Israel pulled every last Jew out of Gaza, made it Judenfrei, and was immediately subject to daily rocket attack
  2. All directed not only by the Arab Fascists but by the UN anti-Semites
  3. Hence Israel must totally close all its borders with Gaza and Hamas
  4. Stating that Israel is in a state of war with Gaza
  5. But Gaza has a remaining border with Egypt. Tell therefore the UN and the Arabs to use that border solely
  6. And since Israel is at war then any arms, rockets or atomic bombs transferred into Gaza is a danger to Israel and Israel will strike without notice
  7. Regardless of Arab civilian lives
  8. The only lives being important to an Israeli state … Jewish lives only


Finally we say


What is going on in Canadian and American blogs. We know what they say. What are they DOING?

Please write on your blog what you are DOING on this, or on ANYTHING!


by Felix Quigley

January 17, 2009

This short analysis by DEBKAfile explains best the ridiculous ceasefire plan that Rice and Olmert seem to have hatched. The Israeli people willnot wear it. Once again it does not answer the question


How to stop the Hamas rockets on Israel!

[begin DEBKAfile report here]

Gaza ceasefire: Israeli pledges to withdraw troops from Gaza, Hamas to keep shooting rockets


January 16, 2009, 10:34 PM (GMT+02:00)

DEBKAfile‘s sources reveal the outline of an evolving ceasefire accord, dismissed as farcical by a furious Israeli military command: Israel has promised the US and Egypt to start pulling its troops out of the Gaza Strip within days and, at some point, open the six border crossings. Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert, defense minister Ehud Barak and foreign minister Tzipi Livni, the group running the Gaza war, have approved this arrangement and will put it before the security cabinet Saturday night, Jan. 17.

Israel is therefore submitting to Hamas’ two main demands, while ending its three-week military operation without achieving its two primary goals: Hamas vows to keep on firing missiles until the last Israel soldier quits the Gaza Strip and neither of the memoranda Israel signed with the US and Egypt Friday, Jan. 16, guarantees to halt the flow of smuggled weapons into Gaza.

Next week, Hamas plans to grandstand its armed forces’ restored control over the Gaza Strip.


by Felix Quigley

January 15, 2009

Gaza War Protest
and Anti-Israel Rally 

San Francisco, January 10, 2009

On Saturday, January 10, 2009, a large rally and march took place in San Francisco to protest Israel’s invasion of Gaza. The event was one of a series of similar events held in various cities around the country on the same day, and was organized by ANSWER along with several other far-left, Arab and Muslim groups.

The photos in this report represent what I personally saw that day in San Francisco. Because there were thousands of people in attendance, with innumerable signs, vignettes and scenes playing out every minute in many different locations, I can vouch only for what I myself witnessed.

While the event was advertised as being specifically a protest against the invasion of Gaza, there seemed to me to be an undercurrent of unabashed anti-Semitism. This woman, for example, carried a sign that said “Jews Are Terroist!” (“terrorists,” one assumes she meant), and dressed her very cute daughters in matching Palestinian flag outfits. 

This is an outstanding series of photographs and I beg, implore, that every single reader will visit this

The url is


It is on the solomonia site


One result of viewing these pictures is the firm conclusion that the new Fascism is Antisemitic Hatred of Israel.

Martin Luther King said to the effect “Those who say they are against Zionism…we are talking Antisemitism”. The so-called “Left” are up to their eyeballs in this Fascism and Jew Hatred.



by Felix Quigley

January 15, 2009


In response to a reader who has emailed us

We have seen in many places of the world trade union leaders marching with left movements alongside and in support of Hamas, a Fascist and Antisemitic movement.

Can we make our position clear on these. The trade union leaders sold out the British General Strike of 1926. They have always been a danger to the working class and have caused workers much suffering, as did that defeat. I refer especially to the Irish Congress of Trade Unions.

Those on the “left” like Indymedia use the word socialist to describe themselves. They are in fact Fascist and are working in support of Fascist Hamas and Fatah. They are therefore also antisemitic.

I have been listening to much hatred of Israel on the BBC, where they seem to interview non stop Arab Palestinians and supporters of Hamas. They speak in the sleek journalistic manner.

But they are telling lies about the situation just as they lied about the Serbs anc created the monstrous lie of the Srebrenica massacre.

I could care less about the Boston Globe. But this writer expresses so much of what I hear from these journalistic types. No idea what is eating them up. But I do know they are liars.

[Start quote from a writer on the Boston Globe here]

Stubbornness in Gaza

By H.D.S. Greenway
January 13, 2009
SOME WOULD have us believe that Hamas is nothing but an Iranian surrogate, and that the wholesale damage being inflicted on Gaza is just unfortunate but necessary collateral damage in the war on terror. It is not that complicated. Gaza is just part of Palestine that has been trying for 40 years to get Israel off its back. Sure, Gazans will take help where they can get it, and Iran will make mischief where it can, but the centrality of the Palestinian issue never goes away.

(This man is living in a dream world. let us say there was a “Palestine” on Judea and Samaria, also known as the West Bank, with a land corridor such as an elevated Highway running from Gaza to it, let us throw in half of Jerusalem as Barak offered to Arafat.

Then what? Does this man think that there would be peace with Israel.

This man, a very educated man you might say, simply has everything wrong.

Jew Hatred in the world, and especially in this part of the world goes back a very long time indeed, long long before Israel was created. It is Jew Hatred which motivates the Arabs through Islam.

The first concrete thing that would happen is that perhaps 2 million Arabs would flood their area from abroad and they may welcome them. The pressure on living space would be intolerable.

Consider also something else that I wish more research has been done on. That is the strong drive from within Islam to subjugate each and every minority, as in Darfur, as in the Tuareg people, as in the minorities who lived in the Moroccan mountains etc.

What makes this man think that THESE Arabs would settle at peace with Israel in this tiny area.

Especially when a very large majority of them have alreasdy pointed out time and again that their aim is to destroy Israle.

This is where men like this move into real Jew Hatred themselves. That is they disregard what these antisemites say they are going to do. That is just like disregarding what Hitler said he would do to the Jews in Mein Kamph.

I could see some excuse then. But now, after the Holocaust of the Jews by Hitler in 1939 to 45!!! Does this man not see what he is asking of the Jews in 2009.

Let him continue to see how this educated man creates this equivalence between the Jews and Antisemites:)

[Continue quote here]

One would have hoped that Gaza would have taken advantage of Israel’s pull-out in 2005 to create a peaceful, productive society, just as one could have hoped that Israel would let Gaza develop without trying to strangle it with border controls on land, sea, and air that reduced the territory to destitution. Yes, there are weapons being smuggled through those tunnels to Egypt, but through the tunnels also pass fuel and basic supplies to keep life in Gaza going.

(Equivalence between Jew hating antisemites of Hamas and the Jews of Israel)

Gaza’s crime, for which Israel and the Bush administration decided it should be punished, was voting in Hamas to the legislative council in 2006 in a free election. Thus began the attempt to coerce the population into rejecting Hamas. There was talk in the United States and Israel about arming Fatah to stage a coup in Gaza against Hamas, but Hamas struck first.

Article 33 of the Fourth Geneva Convention expressly forbids collective punishment and calls it a war crime. There can be little doubt that Israel has been employing, as the Red Cross put it in its commentary to the Geneva Conventions, “intimidatory measures to terrorize the population” in hopes of preventing hostile acts. One could say the same about Hamas firing rockets into civilian Israeli towns.

(He is totally equivocal between the Jews and Hamas)

The government of Israel has a blind faith in the efficacy of military force. Israel shares complicity with Hamas in breaking the Egyptian-brokered cease-fire by attacking Gaza on Nov. 5. As with other Israeli-Palestinian agreements, such as the Oslo Accords, the Palestinians never really gave up violence, and the Israelis never fulfilled their part of the bargain by lifting restrictions on the population.

(This man is just a liar. He now is not even bothering to give the Israeli side. That Hamas was preparing to use a tunnel to kidnap other Shalits and that is why Israel attacked those terrorists of Hamas)

While most of the world calls for a ceasefire in Gaza, the Bush administration does not. The same was true in 2006 when Israel set about to reduce the infrastructure of Lebanon, even bombing lighthouses, in the hopes that the Lebanese would turn against Hezbollah. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called that destruction “the birth pangs of a new Middle East.” It was, sadly, just the same old Middle East of tit-for-tat violence, which, in that case, only increased the stature of Hezbollah.

Reports from Israel indicate that the leadership is split as to Israel’s goals in Gaza. Should it try to eliminate Hamas completely, or should it try for the less ambitious goal of trying to stop the rocket attacks?

(On a Spanish radio station which I personally heard a presenter was asked how can the Hamas rockets be stopped. The questioner begged give me an answer? The presenter did not, could not answer)

There seems to be little doubt in the United States, however. Vice President Cheney said that Israeli officials had made it very clear they would be “trying to take down Hamas.” Democratic Senator Harry Reid told “Meet the Press” that “Hamas has got to be put away.”

That may be easier said than done, for Hamas represents an idea of a religiously inspired resistance, an image that Israeli violence promotes at the expense of Palestinian moderates.

(You can see what he is doing here. He is blaming the victim of antisemitism, the Jew, for that very antisemitism. He is claiming indeed that the Jew is creating this antisemitism. This is a very old canard indeed)

The irony is that most Arab states hate and fear Islamists such as Hamas, but Israel has now made heroes of Hamas as it did in Lebanon with Hezbollah. There were many Gazans who would have liked to see the end of Hamas, but now their voices won’t be heard. And although Israel talks about the hapless Mamoud Abbas as a potential negotiating partner, Israel continues to undermine his authority in Palestinian eyes.

I heard Israel’s president, Shimon Peres, on the radio asking, “Why do they do this?” If Hamas cared about its people, it wouldn’t attack us, he said.

No doubt Hamas is stubborn, even unreasonable, but Peres well remembers that in the long history of his own people there have been times, from Masada to Warsaw, when stubborn men deemed it better to resist against hopeless odds rather than accept subjugation.

H.D.S. Greenway’s column appears regularly in the Globe.

And there I will leave this man Greenway. He is educated but he is a slight man indeed. Not much of a man at all. I have spoken to many simple workers on this Gaza issue and they are far more substantial than this man.

Now he is also a very sneaky man because at the end, dear reader, I hope that you have noticed that Greenway has consciously drawn a parallel between Hamas and the Jews in the Warsaw ghetto. Now why would he do that unless he is part of that old canard, that the Jews of Israel are just a replica of the Nazis.

It is a firm rule of thumb which we have here on 4international. It IS antisemitism to draw this comparision between Israel and the Nazi regime, for obvious reasons, that I think every single working man of whatever nationality would immediately understand.