Το Κτήνος του Σιωνισμού βγαίνει από μέσα τους αλλά χωρίς να δεχθούν ποτέ κριτική, χωρίς να θεωρηθούν ποτέ ρατσιστές.
Την φράση: «Οι Έλληνες είναι ρατσιστές» φροντίζουν να την ακούμε πολύ συχνά, ώστε τελικά να την αποδεχτούμε ως γεγονός.
Αντιθέτως, αποκλείεται να βρείτε τις λέξεις ΙΣΡΑΗΛ και ΡΑΤΣΙΣΜΟΣ στην ίδια φράση.
Ακούγονται στ’ αυτιά μας ως δύο λέξεις ασύνδετες.
Είναι γιατί οι πράκτορες, που παριστάνουν τους δημοσιογράφους, δεν μας ενημερώνουν για το τι συμβαίνει στο Ισραήλ.
Αγνοούμε ότι στειρώνουν τις γυναίκες των μεταναστών από τηνω Αιθιοπία, χωρίς την έγκρισή τους.
Αγνοούμε ότι στο Ισραήλ είναι νόμιμος ΜΟΝΟ ο θρησκευτικός γάμος. Δεν υπάρχει καν πολιτικός γάμος, πόσο μάλλον σύμφωνο συμβιώσεως.
Οι λαθρομετανάστες μπορούσαν να φυλακίζονται ΧΩΡΙΣ ΔΙΚΗ για 12 μήνες.
Ετοιμάζονται να κάνουν έλεγχο DNA σε επαναπατρισμένους Ρώσσους, γιατί υποπτεύονται ότι δηλώνουν εβραίοι χωρίς να είναι.
Βλέπετε, σε αντίθεση με τους Έλληνες, εβραίος ΜΟΝΟΝ γεννιέσαι και ΔΕΝ γίνεσαι.
Κι αυτό «ΔΕΝ» είναι ρατσισμός αλλά κάτι το …«αυτονόητο».
Ο μεγαλύτερος θρησκευτικός ηγέτης στο Ισραήλ, Γιοσέφ, υποστήριζε ότι οι ΜΗ εβραίοι ζουν για μα υπηρετούν τους εβραίους.
Και η μακροζωία των μη εβραίων και ΜΗ εκλεκτών του Θεού συνδέεται με την ανάγκη ΑΠΟΣΒΕΣΕΩΣ που πρέπει να κάνουν οι εβραίοι από τους μη εβραίους. Στην κηδεία αυτού του σχιζοφρενή παραβρέθηκε το 1/10 του πληθυσμού του Ισραήλ και όλοι οι πολιτικοί ηγέτες.
Στην Ελλάδα διοργάνωσαν συζήτηση για τον …Ρατσισμό των …Ελλήνων.
Κι έβαλαν ομιλητή τον άνθρωπο του Soros, για να καταλήξουν σε …συγκεκριμένα λαι προκαθορισμένα συμπεράσματα.
Ο μέσος πολίτης θα πιστέψει ότι συζητούν ΕΙΔΙΚΟΙ επί τους θέματος κι όχι πράκτορες συγκεκριμένων συμφερόντων…
Υ.Γ. 800.000 άνθρωποι και προσωπικότητες πήγαν στην κηδεία αυτού του ρατσιστή κλόουν…
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef buried in largest funeral in Israeli history
800,000 attend last procession for revered leader of Sephardi Jewry; 300 require medical treatment — but no serious injuries… and one birth; worried police chief had feared disaster as crowds swelled; public figures send condolences, recall a giant of Jewish thought
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the powerful, much-loved and sometimes controversial spiritual leader of Israel’s Sephardi community, passed away in Jerusalem early Monday afternoon after being hospitalized repeatedly over the last several weeks. He was 93. Ovadia was laid to rest Monday night in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Sanhedria, with some 800,000 mourners converging from all over the country to attend what became the largest funeral in Israeli history. Despite the huge crowds, far beyond the numbers police had anticipated, there were no reports of serious injuries. Read The Times of Israel’s coverage of an unprecedentedly vast public outpouring of respect and grief.
Israeli president condemns rejection of Ethiopian-born MP as blood donor
Parliamentary session is called after ‘special’ blood of Ethiopian-born MP is rejected by emergency services
Israel‘s president, Shimon Peres, has criticised the refusal of the country’s emergency medical services to accept a blood donation from an Ethiopian-born member of parliament on the grounds that it was a “special kind” of blood – a move that has prompted charges of racism.
Pnina Tamano-Shata, who has lived in Israel since she was three and served in the Israeli army, described the policy of rejecting blood donations from Israeli citizens born in Ethiopia as shameful and insulting.
The politician, who represented Israel at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service in Johannesburg this week, was told by officials of Magen David Adom (MDA) that she had “the special kind of Jewish-Ethiopian blood” which could not be accepted by the medical service. They subsequently offered to take a blood donation, but said it would be frozen and not used in any medical procedure.
Eilat Shinar, the director of the MDA’s blood service, said ministry of health regulations prohibited the use of blood donations from people who had lived for more than a year in countries with a high rate of HIV infection. “Those individuals who still want to donate may do so, but the transfusion will not be used, as it is forbidden,” she said.
Peres said all Israeli citizens should be allowed to donate blood: “There can be no differentiation between one blood and the other in the state of Israel. All citizens are equal … The Ethiopian people are precious to the state of Israel.”
The parliamentary health committee is to examine the issue in an emergency session next week.
Writing in the Israeli paper Yedioth Ahronoth, Tamano-Shata said: “Although I have lived in Israel since I was three years old, even though I served in the [army] and even though I’m a member of the Knesset [the Israeli parliament], I am still not good enough to donate blood. Why? Why is my blood inferior to yours?”
She added: “It is the story of an entire community, of tens of thousands of people walking about with a feeling of humiliation … that their blood is good enough for the military and reserve service but not good enough to save lives.”
Parliamentary colleagues across the political spectrum said the regulations should be changed. Uri Ariel, from the rightwing Jewish Home party, said that he was “shocked to hear that someone thinks that the blood of … Ethiopian Jews is less red than the blood of the rest of us”.
Ahmed Tibi, of the Arab Movement for Change, described the policy as disgraceful. “Israeli society and its systems continue to be infected by the deadly virus of racism, aimed at times against Ethiopians and many other times against Arabs.”
The policy of discarding blood donations from Ethiopian-born Israelis was disclosed in the mid-1990s. The blood of Israeli citizens who have spent long periods in the UK is also rejected because of fears over bovine spongiform encephalopathy, also known as mad cow disease.
Sephardi leader Yosef: Non-Jews exist to serve Jews
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli Sephardic leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in his weekly Saturday night sermon said that non-Jews exist to serve Jews.
“Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world; only to serve the People of Israel,” he said during a public discussion of what kind of work non-Jews are allowed to perform on Shabbat.
“Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat,” he said to some laughter.
Yosef, the spiritual leader of the Shas Party and the former chief Sephardi rabbi of Israel, also said that the lives of non-Jews are protected in order to prevent financial loss to Jews.
“With gentiles, it will be like any person: They need to die, but God will give them longevity. Why? Imagine that one’s donkey would die, they’d lose their money. This is his servant. That’s why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew,” said the rabbi, who recently turned 90.
An audio recording of some of the rabbi’s remarks was broadcast on Israel’s Channel 10.
The American Jewish Committee condemned the rabbi’s remarks in a statement issued Monday.
“Rabbi Yosef’s remarks — suggesting outrageously that Jewish scripture asserts non-Jews exist to serve Jews — are abhorrent and an offense to human dignity and human equality,” said AJC Executive Director David Harris. “Judaism first taught the world that all individuals are created in the divine image, which helped form the basis of our moral code. A rabbi should be the first, not the last, to reflect that bedrock teaching of our tradition.”