Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Antionio Ledezma, a former mayor of Caracas and a prominent Venezuelan opposition figure
Venezuelan opposition figure held meeting with Israeli officials in 2012
By Richard Edmondson
We have been witnessing over the past few years what looks very much like a regime change operation under way in Venezuela. Recently I put up a post about a man who was doused with gasoline and set on fire by an anti-government mob. Since then I’ve come across a few tidbits of information that might be of interest to readers and that add weight to my thesis that: scratch the surface deeply enough, anywhere there’s trouble in the world, and you’ll likely find a Zionist connection.
[ Ed. note – The analyst in the above video gives a nice presentation on how the Federal Reserve is basically ripping off the public. What he doesn’t mention is that since it was set up in 1913, the Fed has had a total of 15 chairmen, at least 5, and possibly 6, of whom have been Jewish. Or to put it another way, roughly a third of all chairmen have been members of a population group constituting less than two percent of the US population. This includes the current Fed chairwoman, Janet Yellen.
Hat tip to Nahida Izzat, who comments, “When thoughts are criminalised and when people are thrown in prison for their ideas, we know we live in the DARKEST ages of humanity.”
But maybe not all is dark. According to a report here, Mahler is now out of prison and “on the run.”
One wonders if the German people will ever tire of paying “reparations” to Israel. They have been doing so for the past 65 years–ever since the signing of the Luxembourg Agreement in 1952–and at the rate things are going, it looks like they will go on making absolution for eternity, long after the last “holocaust survivor” has kicked the bucket.
[ Ed. note – Another EU official has dared open his mouth and criticize Israel. I wonder how much longer he will have a job. They generally don’t seem to last too long. ]
The European Union (EU) has lashed out at Israel for pursuing the policy of demolishing and confiscating Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank, calling on the Tel Aviv regime to end its practice.
Wasn’t it the Nazis who supposedly were the world’s foremost book burners? For more on the Amazon book ban, see article here. Readers might also be interested in a commentary by Gilad Atzmon. Suffice to say, freedom of thought, the right to question history, the right to call for a boycott against Israel–all of these freedoms are under attack now. Something to keep in mind as we head into day two of the the AIPAC conference.