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Friday, February 13, 2015

The Justice of God: 100,000 Children in #Israel Sexually Abused

The Justice of God: 100,000 Children in Israel Sexually Abused

Also see this: Israel is the Nation of the Antichrist = Dajjal: Ritual Murder is Part of Black Magic


100,000 Children in Israel Sexually Abused?

Israel has abused children on a massive scale since it was founded. An Israeli newspaper recently admitted that 100,000 children in Israel have been sexually abused - a fraction of the actual number.

According to the Israeli newspaper Haaretz (, a national poll revealed that some 100,000 children in Israel have been sexually assaulted, but only 2.5% of the cases were ever reported.
In reality this is probably a very small percentage of actual cases. Sexual abuse of children has long been an integral part of the Jewish culture/religion and Israel is the center of a global child sex mafia that is supported by the Israeli government.
It is a well-documented fact that Jews with heavy Israeli ties dominate the global pornography industry in production, distribution and retail, including the child pornography & snuff-film industry.
Israel is widely recognized as the world’s leader in sex slavery with thousands of sex slaves imprisoned in hundreds of brothels throughout Tel Aviv.
In the year 2000, Italian authorities uncovered a Russian and Italian Jewish Mafia ring that produced photos and videos of over 100 children tortured to death. Russian authorities arrested and the quickly released all but one of the gang leaders. One of those arrested in the US for purchasing and distributing the videos was Seth Bekenstein, brother of bilionaire Joshua Bekenstein who posted Seth’s $500,000 bail. Seth pled guilty and was given only 18 months in a federal detention facility, even though he was distributing pornography that showed the torture and murder of children. In comparison, non-jewish George Thrasher was sentenced in Florida to 360 years prison for possession of 60 non-violent images. In Arizona, Morton Berger was given 200 years for 20 non-violent images.
In the year 2000 in Brazil, the Israeli Vice-Consul Arie Scher and his accomplice George Schteinberg were charged with running a child pornography and prostitution business. Among the massive volume of child pornography found there were photos of children on Consul cars with diplomatic plates. Other photos were taken in the luxururious Consul apartment.
Nine complete pornographic Web sites were found on the hard drive of Schteinberg’s computer, all were in Hebrew. He admitted that that he was running an Internet service that brought Israeli tourists to Brazil to have sex with the children.
Scher fled to Israel under diplomatic immunity. Israel and Brazil do not have an extradition treaty but the Brazilian Government asked the Israeli Government to return Scher. Israel has refused to turn Scher  over to justice and in 2005 sent him to Australia as Consul in Canberra to replace Amir Lati, who had been expelled by the Australian govt. for being involved in a sex spy ring.
A spokesman for the Israeli Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem, remarked in 2005 regarding Scher, “He was a young and single man at the time. Now he is married and he’s six years older and there is no reason why he shouldn’t make an excellent diplomatic appointment in Australia.” Apparently, running a child pornography and prostitution business out of a Consulate is not considered to be a bad thing in Israel.
In 2002, Thai police discovered a production studio operated by Australian jews who had been involved in the making of child rape porn and ritual murder movies. Four Thai and ten Australian jews were arrested after Thai police discovered they had been kidnapping Thai children between the ages of three and nine years old from the country side in Thailand, torturing, raping the children, and then murdering them in ritualistic sacrificial scenes involving the Star of David.
In February of 2007 another violent child prostitution and pornography ring was discovered run by Russian and Italians jews and over 2,000 suspects were identified, but this time Russian authorities admitted a possible link to the Mossad.
Rabbi’s set the tone for the rest of the Jewish community. Following are just a few of hundreds of cases of Rabbi’s molesting children, something they have been doing for at least 2,000 years.
-Rabbi Lewis Brenner was convicted of child molestation but received only probation. The original charges included 14 counts of sodomy, sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child.
-Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen was accused of sexually harassing students at Bar-Ilan University.
-Rabbi Ephraim Goldberg pled guilty to one misdemeanor count of exposure of his sexual organs in a washroom at a Palm Beach Mall.
-Rabbi Sidney Goldenberg was convicted of molesting children after 20 years of complaints by parents.
-Rabbi Israel Grunwald was caught molesting a 15 year old on a flight from Australia to LA. The charge against him was dropped after he agreed to perform 500 hours of community service and to seek counseling.
-Rabbi (Alan J.) Shneur Horowitz was convicted for sodomizing a 9-year-old psychiatric patient.
-Rabbi Ze’ev Kopolevitch was convicted of molesting students at Rosh Yeshiva, Netiv Meir Yeshiva High School
There are countless other cases of institutional Jewish child sexual abuse and involvement in child prostitution and pornography but the Jewish dominated media rarely report the cases.
The problem extends to children within Israel as well. ELEM Youth in Distress, a non-profit organization, claims that over 1,000 minors in Israel are involved in prostitution, with their parent’s encouragement.
A long History of Child Abuse
Jewish behavior is guided by the Talmud and Torah and to a lesser extent the Kabbalah. The Talmud is the basis for all codes of rabbinic law.
The Talmud claims that it is permitted for jews to have intercourse with girls aged three years and 1 day. A jewish priest is allowed to have sex with girls younger than three years old. Sex with young boys is not considered to be sex at all and not regulated.
English translations of the texts are very clear.
Yebamoth 60B, part 1 – “It was taught: R. [Rabbi] Simeon b. [ben] Yohai stated: A proselyte who is under the age of three years and one day is permitted to marry a priest, for it is said, But all the women children that have not known many by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves, and Phinehas surely was with them.”
Yebamoth 60B, part 2 – “There was a certain town in the Land of Israel the legitimacy of whose inhabitants was disputed, and Rabbi sent R. Romanos who conducted an enquiry and found in it thedaughter of a proselyte who was under the age of three years and one day, and Rabbi declared her eligible to live with a priest.”
Sanhedrin 54b-55a – “At nine years, a male attains sexual matureness. . . . Thus the point of comparison is the sexual matureness of woman, which is reached at the age of three.”
Yebamoth 98a. All gentile children are animals.
When confronted with the contents of the Talmud, jews are quick to claim that the texts have been mis-translated or taken out of context.
The Anti-Defamation League claims:
“By selectively citing various passages from the Talmud and Midrash, polemicists have sought to demonstrate that Judaism espouses hatred for non-jews (and specifically for Christians), and promotes obscenity, sexual perversion, and other immoral behavior. To make these passages serve their purposes, these polemicists frequently mistranslate them or cite them out of context.”
Yet, the Anti-Defamation League is unwilling to provide alternate translations or explain the correct context in which to interprete the passages, leaving non-jews to take the words as they are written. If the same texts were in the Koran or Christian Bible there would be a global uproar. Because Jews control much of the world’s media the reality about their religion remains hidden and unknown.
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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Obama to Seek War Power Bill From Congress, to Fight ISIS -

Obama to Seek War Power Bill From Congress, to Fight ISIS -


Obama to Seek War Power Bill From Congress, to Fight ISIS


FEB. 10, 2015

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has informed lawmakers that the president will seek a formal authorization to fight the Islamic State that would prohibit the use of “enduring offensive ground forces” and limit engagement to three years. The approach offers what the White House hopes is a middle way on Capitol Hill for those on the right and left who remain deeply skeptical of its plans to thwart extremist groups.
The request, which could come in writing as early as Wednesday morning, would open what is expected to be a monthslong debate over presidential war powers and the wisdom of committing to another unpredictable mission in the Middle East while the nation is still struggling with the consequences of two prolonged wars.

Congress has not voted to give a president formal authority for a military operation since 2002 when it backed George W. Bush in his campaign to strike Iraq after his administration promoted evidence, since discredited, that Saddam Hussein’s government possessed unconventional weapons.

The new request to conduct military operations would repeal that authorization. But it would leave in place the broad authority to counter terrorism that Congress granted Mr. Bush in 2001after the Sept. 11 attacks, which many Democrats now believe is being interpreted too broadly to justify military actions that were never intended.

After more than a decade of war and 7,000 American military lives lost in Iraq and Afghanistan, President Obama will face doubts not only from Democrats who want stricter limitations set on where he can send troops and how long his authority will last, but also from Republicans, who are dubious of the administration’s strategy for defeating the Islamic State extremist group.

The White House has tried to address concerns by drafting a resolution that tries to be both circumscribed and flexible. It would explicitly disallow extended use of combat forces, lawmakers and aides who are familiar with the plan said Tuesday. That language is intended as a compromise to ease concerns of members in both noninterventionist and interventionist camps: those who believe the use of ground forces should be explicitly forbidden, and those who do not want to hamstring the commander in chief.

The resolution also requests authority to wage battle beyond the fight against the Islamic State to include “associated forces.” It would contain no geographic limitations. Both are sticking points for many Democrats, who expressed concern that the president was setting the country up for another open-ended conflict.

Those tensions surfaced on Tuesday as Mr. Obama’s chief of staff, Denis McDonough, visited the Capitol to present Democrats with the outlines of the language the White House plans to send to Congress. By most accounts, he faced a skeptical audience.

Senator Richard Blumenthal, Democrat of Connecticut and a member of the Armed Services Committee, said as he left the meeting that he had “grave reservations” and that he had “yet to be convinced.”

Senator Joe Manchin III, Democrat of West Virginia, echoed the concerns of many lawmakers who are worried that giving the president approval would only reward a decade of mismanagement in the Middle East. “If money or military might would change that part of the world, we’d be done a long time ago,” he said. “In West Virginia, we understand the definition of insanity.”

The Obama administration has insisted that it does not need Congress’ authority to continue its military campaign. But an affirmative vote from Congress would bolster the legitimacy that the president already claims as commander in chief in the battle against the Islamic State, which is also known as ISIS or ISIL, and confer a stronger legal underpinning for his actions.

Many Republicans, despite opposing Mr. Obama on almost every other issue, seem willing to give him that authority.

“I have disagreements with the president’s conduct of foreign policy and what he’s done,” said Senator Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona and a member of the Foreign Relations Committee. “But in this instance, we need an Authorization for the Use of Military Force. Our enemies and our allies need to know that we speak with one voice.”

How the Air Campaign Against ISIS Grew

The American-led air campaign against the Islamic State began as a limited operation, but quickly grew into what officials said will be a multi-year effort to destroy the group that will require local forces on the ground.

In a reflection of how strained relations between the White House and congressional Republicans remain, reaction to the president’s proposal in many corners of the Capitol on Tuesday was that of grudging acceptance.

“You go to war with the president you’ve got, which would give us all pause,” said Senator Mark S. Kirk, Republican of Illinois. Asked whether he had reservations about voting to approve Mr. Obama’s request, Mr. Kirk did not hesitate. “No. I think it’s the right thing to do to take these guys out.”
Administration officials refused to discuss what was in their proposal, saying it would be made public shortly.

With the exception of some more libertarian-leaning lawmakers who will oppose the president because they object in principle to getting involved in another war, Mr. Obama’s biggest problems may not be with Republicans but with Democrats.

The sharpest debate is likely to focus on the prohibition of “enduring offensive ground operations” and whether that term is so vague that it could allow Mr. Obama or a future president to launch the kind of ground war that so many lawmakers fear. Because the president would not need to go back to Congress to seek another Islamic State force authorization until 2017, the legislation would cover the next president as well.

“Unless that is further defined, that might be seen as too big a statement to ultimately embrace,” said Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey, the senior Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee. “Because forget about Barack Obama. There will be a new president in two years. And this authorization would go into that new presidency.”

Some Democrats expressed another concern: The president’s plan does not repeal the 2001 force authorization. Many believe the Bush and Obama administrations have stretched that authorization to justify actions that Congress never intended.

“The administration is making a good-faith effort to bridge the gulf between members on what the limits ought to be,” said Representative Adam B. Schiff, Democrat of California, adding that he was uncomfortable with much of what he has seen floated, especially the lack of a 2001 repeal.
“If you don’t sunset that,” he said, “any sunset you put in a new authorization is pretty meaningless because any president can rely on the 2001 authority to claim they have all they need.”

But regardless of what parameters Congress sets on the president, the White House has made clear that it believes it is already operating well within its constitutional authority. And its proposal indicates that the administration is planning for an extended and expanding fight.

The omission of any language setting geographic boundaries appeared to anticipate the possibility of attacking the group should it gain a foothold in Lebanon or Jordan, which has fought off sporadic attacks from Islamic State fighters. It could also be used to address future threats from small bands of violent Islamist militants in Libya, Yemen and other Middle Eastern and North African countries that have “rebranded” their identities to take the Islamic State name, and benefit from its notoriety, American officials said.

Michael D. Shear and Eric Schmitt contributed reporting.

A version of this article appears in print on February 11, 2015, on page A1 of the New York edition with the headline: Obama Is to Seek War Power Bill From Congress.

Obama seeks some limits on ground troops for Islamic State fight -

Obama seeks some limits on ground troops for Islamic State fight

Thomson Reuters

Patricia Zengerle

Feb 11th 2015 7:40AM

(Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will propose to Congress on Wednesday a new three-year authorization for the use of force against Islamic State with limits on U.S. combat troops' involvement, lawmakers and congressional aides said.

Obama has defended his authority to lead an international coalition against Islamic State since Aug. 8 when U.S. fighter jets began attacking the jihadists in Iraq. But he has faced criticism for failing to seek the backing of Congress, where some accuse him of breaching his constitutional authority.

[That is a vile joke since the Gulf of Tonkin contrived Incident and Congress' Resolution then - Only Congress may declare War and then only by a formal declaration - any other War by the United States is unconstitutional,  unlawful and illegal including any War Powers Act and Congressional Resolutions and "Police Actions" (Korea) etc.]

Facing pressure to let lawmakers weigh in on an issue as important as the deployment of troops and chastened by elections that handed power in Congress to Republicans, he said in November he would request formal authorization for the use of military force (AUMF).

An outline of that request, expected to be handed to Congress on Wednesday, could stir debate over how U.S. troops should be deployed and the extent of U.S. engagement in Iraq and Syria.

The proposal would allow the use of special forces and advisors for defensive purposes but bar "enduring offensive ground forces," lawmakers and aides said. It would not, however, set geographic limits for the campaign against the group.

Until now, Obama has justified U.S. air strikes in Iraq and Syria under a 2001 authorization passed after the Sept. 11 attacks and a 2002 authorization used by President George W. Bush in the Iraq war.

The new proposal would repeal the 2002 authorization but leave in place the 2001 AUMF, which has been invoked by the White House to carry out drone and missile strikes against suspected al Qaeda militants in Yemen and Somalia.


Fueled by outrage over the death of aid worker Kayla Mueller, the last-known U.S. hostage held by Islamic State militants, as well as the slayings of journalists and a Jordanian pilot, lawmakers said they planned quick hearings on the authorization, and a vote within weeks of Congress' return from a Feb. 16-20 recess.

Both Republicans and Democrats said there had been unusually close consultations between the administration and Capitol Hill on the authorization.

Many of Obama's fellow Democrats, war-weary after more than a dozen years of fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq, say they will oppose any AUMF that includes "boots on the ground."

Obama's opposition to the Iraq War helped propel him to victory in the 2008 campaign and bringing troops home from Iraq and Afghanistan has been a focus of his presidency.

"I worry that this AUMF gives the ability for the next president to put ground troops back into the Middle East," said Senator Chris Murphy, adding that that would be a sticking point for himself and many other Democrats.

Some hawkish Republicans oppose restrictions on military commanders such as a ban on ground troops. Others are calling for a more extensive authorization allowing U.S. forces to challenge President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, where a four-year-long civil war has fueled the rise of the Islamic State group.

"If the authorization doesn't let us counter Assad's air power, I think it will fail," said Senator Lindsey Graham, a leading Republican foreign policy voice.

The White House has declined to discuss the specific time frame or details of its planned AUMF.

(Additional reporting by Roberta Rampton, David Lawder and Susan Cornwell; Editing by Jason Szep and Christian Plumb)