In March, 05, the firebrand rabbi, Shlomo Aviner of Jerusalem's Meir Institute, until then the most vocal spokesman in the battle against the Gush Katif surrender, switched horses. He now advised his followers not to interfere with soldiers in their duty of evacuating the Jewish residents from their homes.
Last Passover, I was approached by someone while selling books in Gush Katif. The message, quickly rendered was, "I can't say what, it's against the sin of slander, but Harav Aviner has a secret and they found out about it."
For those religious leaders without obvious vulnerabilities, the sins will be supplied to them. That is how the Israeli mafia leadership got rid of its two Chief Rabbis. Their crime was openly providing moral leadership:
Israel's chief rabbis, Yonah Metzger and Shlomo Amar, said on Sunday that they are against the disengagement plan. Rabbi Metzger said that "the rabbis need to explain their words in such a way that believers do not take from them what it is forbidden to take. All in all, Israel's rabbis - almost one hundred percent, with exceptions here and there - understand the responsibility they possess.- Chief rabbis say they oppose disengagement, By Amiram Barkat, Haaretz Correspondent
Rabbi Metzger was defamed last January using a time-tested method. A year before, Knesset Member Nomi Blumenthal demanded that the secret clauses of the Oslo "peace" Accord be revealed to the public. Within days she was in police custody on charges of giving supporters free hotel accommodations. Metzger was framed the same way. He was charged with the heinous crime of staying in hotels for free.
Much more trouble was taken with Rabbi Amar. It took the authorities months to cook up his framing.
How it all began
Last Thursday Rabbi Amar's son and wife were arrested on suspicions of kidnapping a religious youth who had dated the rabbi's daughter.
The rabbi's 18-year-old daughter, Ayala, met the 17-year-old ultra-Orthodox youngster three months ago through an Internet chat.
However, the Amar family did not approve of the relationship. After failed attempts to convince the couple to end their relationship, the rabbi's son, Meir Amar, contacted two acquaintances, brothers Ahmed and Abdullah Sawalma from the Israeli Arab town of Kalansua, and together they planned the kidnapping.
Reminiscent of 'A Clockwork Orange'
According to police officials, the rabbi’s daughter coaxed the youngster into meeting her at a street in the religious town of Bnei Brak near Tel Aviv, where he was pushed into a car and kidnapped at knifepoint by the rabbi’s son.
The officials said the youth was beaten and threatened during the drive to an apartment in Kalansua. “When they took him up to the apartment I stayed in the car the whole time, and did not see what they were doing to him,” the rabbi’s daughter said during questioning.
Police suspect the youngster was beaten for four hours, as if from a “Clockwork Orange" scene, unaware that his kidnapper was the brother of his girlfriend.
The youth was taken to Jerusalem the following morning where his kidnappers continued to beat him in the rabbi’s home.
Meir Amar claimed he wanted to “reeducate” his sister and her suitor, as the ultra-Orthodox are not permitted to meet prior to their wedding.
Sources close to Amar placed the blame squarely on the shoulders of Meir, who left home some 15 years ago. Of Amar's 12 children – four boys and eight girls – Meir is the only one who abandoned religion.
So let's figure it out, shall we? Rabbi Amar's son Meir, has been estranged from the family for 15 years. But as soon as he hears his baby sister is in boyfriend trouble, he rushes home. So noble is he, that he kidnaps the suitor and takes him to a house in an Arab village where he is beaten all night by Meir and his two Arab pals. We would assume that the starry-eyed lover would have gotten the message to stay away from the girl, but apparently not so. After a night of beating, he was driven to Rabbi Amar's apartment in Jerusalem for even more assaults next to the Rabbi's bedroom.
Based on the dirty deeds of the Jewish Department of the Shabak, Meir was another Avishai Raviv, a screwed-up kid who got in trouble with the law, and was offered a way out by betraying his family. That's how they've done it hundreds of times before, and that's how they did it this time.
Once the religious-political leaders, opposed to the crimes of the government, are removed, naturally a new religious-political leader will emerge to replace the loss. And Natan Sharansky was groomed for the part. Please read the following before continuing with this most devious of plots.
On Independence Day, Sharansky addressed the 80,000 Jews who had gathered in Gush Katif for the holiday. I cringed at his presence but they lapped up his every word. After all, didn't he just resign from the government in protest over the Gush Katif pullout? It occurred to no one that as a member of Sharon's cabinet, he had given the government his approval of the surrender. Once he had done his damage, he made his meaningless gesture.
Now he was on to new adventures. He had received a pile of money to be a "thinker" for the Shalem Center, founded by Binyamin Netanyahu's longtime aide, Yoram Hazony. Of Netanyahu, he granted interviews this week to the Jerusalem Post and Makor Rishon with the same self-serving, lying message. He was opposed to the pullout but gave into popular will. And what popular will is that? The latest Maariv poll, blasted on the front page of its Shabbat edition, shows support for the surrender down to half the country and falling?
Worse even, Sharansky is the leading candidate to take over the chairmanship of the Jewish Agency, Israel's diaspora shadow government. It's a perfect ploy. This two-faced midget wears a kippah, just like Avraham Burg before him, so it appears he is representing the religious communities of Israel. But he is not. They were rid of through blackmail, threats, police abuse and Shabak frame-ups.
Now the proof of who Sharansky serves. The Bilderberg Group is the international headquarters of Israel's demise and eventual break-up. And guess who's coming to their latest wing-ding?
The midget in person.
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Compare the American reps at Bilderberg to the latest Council On Foreign Relations membership list. You'll see the pattern.
Write firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to join a tax revolt in protest of the Gush Katif surrender. If enough employers and owners refuse to submit their income tax reports or pay VAT, the effect will be to choke the oxygen from the crooks who rule us.
Now normally I would not publicize any action by the Americans For A Safe Israel. They are guilty of incredibly shallow and dumb slanders against me in the past and I have nothing but disdain for their cowardice and stupidity. But we have to overcome for the cause. AFSI is leading a demonstration against Sharon's upcoming visit to New York and I urge my readers to join in and give him a most unpleasant welcome.
SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1 P.M.,
Baruch College- 17 Lexington Ave. & 23 St., NYC
Prime Minister Sharon will be the guest of the Conference of Presidents, Federation and the Israeli Consulate.
I have been invited to speak at the University of Singapore on July 2. If you're in the vicinity, write me and I'll give you the details.
My lecture in Highland, California was professionally recorded and those who have seen it are impressed:
Wow, the DVD's were great - so much better than the video and audio from Denver last year technically speaking. Your presentation was very good and so timely and important. I'll be playing these for our small congregation's members who are praying every day for the people of Eretz Yisrael to be protected while the Sabbataians are defeated by the Almighty in his time and his way.
Army Radio Journalist Admits 'Conspiracy of Silence'
14:07 May 13, '05 / 4 Iyar 5765
“A leading Army Radio journalist has confessed that the media and political systems have turned a blind eye in allowing/encouraging the disengagement at the price of democracy.”
"I have failed. We have failed," wrote Kaveh Shafran, political affairs correspondent for Israel Army Radio (Galei Tzahal) in a recent article for the Israeli Institute for Democracy. "As a diplomatic correspondent, I was among those who in the past year were supposed to tell the public exactly what is the disengagement plan, why it was created, how it will be implemented, and to discuss its various aspects, as well as how the Prime Minister functions."
He explained that one of the reasons for the failure is the feeling of closeness of the media with the Prime Minister when they fly together. The media and senior government officials have "become a part of the [Sharon] family who fly together [on press trips] and do not truthfully openly protest for fear of being demoted," Shafran wrote.
The media kept silent, he added, when Prime Minister Ariel Sharon "lied" by saying he would accept the results of a Likud referendum on disengagement. "The media's conspiracy of silence protected Sharon when he fired cabinet ministers who did not support disengagement," he wrote, noting that the media also ignored the High Court's criticism of the dismissals.
"We denounced [former Minister] Benny Elon (National Union) for not immediately making himself available to receive the letter of dismissal, but we ignored the criticism of the High Court" on the firings, Shafran wrote.
"We stayed silent when Sharon formed government [policies] with an Arab majority and when he distributed bribes to the hareidim and Shinui. We said nothing when he pressured, threatened and bribed MKs with jobs so that they would support him... Where were we when the allegations of Sharon-family corruption came to light?"
"Are the media who support disengagement allowed to turn a blind eye to inappropriate [procedures] just to execute the program? Does this mean that it is possible for Sharon to fire any cabinet minister, the Chief of Staff and General Security Services chief who do not agree with his position?"
He said that the following questions should have been asked by the media, but were not: "What happens the day after the disengagement from Gaza? Who will rule there? What's the next stage in Judea and Samaria? What will be the status of the territories that will be evacuated? Does evacuation mean the 'end of conquest'? What will happen if the GSS Chief's warnings about Kassams fired at Ashkelon come true? Why are there no housing solutions for the evacuees? What does Sharon want and what is he planning?"
Shafran also accused Finance Binyamin (Bibi) Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom of not being true to their conscience and refraining from criticizing the plan for fear of being fired.
Shafran is the second journalist in the last two months to admit to journalistic incompetence over disengagement. Yediot Acharonot's Nachum Barnea, considered one of the country's top journalists, recently wrote that the media "supported disengagement more than they supported democracy."
As always, my books Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin; Israel Betrayed, Shabtai Tzvi, Labor Zionism And The Holocaust; The Last Days Of Israel; and Save Israel!, as well as my videos and CDS, The Dirty Secrets Of Oslo are available by writing me at email@example.com. BarryChamish.com
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The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship, by Paul & Phillip Collins
Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, by Abbe Barruel
Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith, by James H. Billington
America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones, by Antony C. Sutton