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Trump Vows to “Finish Job Hitler Started” – Jewish Audience Stunned

Trump dishes out the granddaddy of all “anti-Semitic tropes.”

By Kevin Barrett 

President Donald J. Trump, in a speech to The Organization of Eminent Jewish-American Magnates (TOEJAM), shocked his audience yesterday by vowing to “finish the job Hitler started.”

“A lot of you are in the real estate business because I know you very well. You’re brutal killers, not nice people at all,” Trump said. “That’s why, together, we can finish the job Hitler started.”

Amid audible gasps, Trump continued: “By ‘finish the job,’ I mean the Greater Israel project. Did you know that without Hitler, Israel never would have existed? It was Hitler who signed the Transfer Agreement to send Jews to Palestine. He later became the Zionists’ number one PR asset. Without Hitler and the Nazis, the world never would have allowed you, brutal killers, to slaughter and expel the Palestinians.”

Trump continued: “Today, I’m here to tell you we’re going to finish the job. We’re going to slaughter and expel the rest of the Palestinians. And if the Iranians try to stop us we’ll slaughter them too. That’s why Sheldon and Bibi and the MAGA Group—excuse me, I mean the MEGA Group—put me in the Oval Office in the first place.”

From stunned silence, the audience suddenly broke into a chorus of “Heil Trump! Heil the New King of Israel! Sig heil! Judea Uber Alles!” Fat wallets were extracted from fatter rumps, checkbooks and cash bundles emerged from briefcases, and pandemonium reigned as Trump smartly goose-stepped off the stage to the tune of the new national anthem “The Star of David Spangled Banner.”

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This can be drawn from Hill’s visit to Beirut

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

According to Al-Gomhoria newspaper, sources involved in the visit of Assistant US Secretary of State David Hill to Beirut were extracted from the positions he made before the presidents or in the following public statements:

Washington has a position in support of the Lebanese youth movement, and that respecting their demands must be given priority and the same protection. Hence his call to the security forces to protect them.

– His country has nothing to do with who will be the prime minister or his name and has nothing to do with its ministers. What Washington means is forming a productive government that meets the demands of the people.

No financial aid to Lebanon unless the Lebanese demonstrate their ability to carry out reforms and combat corruption.

– Hill indicated that he is mandated by Pompeo to conduct comprehensive and expanded meetings as circumstances permit, and therefore he remains in Beirut until Sunday evening. Today, Basil and the leader of the Lebanese Phalanges Party will meet MP Sami Al-Jumail, the head of the Lebanese Forces Party, Samir Geagea, in addition to others.

The sources noted that Hill, who in his meeting with the President of the Republic avoided giving any reference in the Baabda meeting to the issue of Iran and “Hezbollah”, launched a violent attack on the political class and some “Lebanese leaders” who give “priority to partisan interests or personal gains” and provide them On the national interest.

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RIP Corbyn: A sad case of political suicide

Jeremy Corbyn election defeat
By Stuart Littlewood

Is it the end of the road for Jeremy Corbyn? Labour’s “great white hope” lost big-time to Boris Johnson’s Conservatives in the bad-tempered UK general election and the “enemy within” his own party are about to throw him to the wolves.

Labour lost 59 seats, handing Johnson’s government a comfortable majority to do what needs to be done (and never mind the collateral damage). Dislodged MPs are furious and so are many of the party’s activists.

Brexit fiasco

Corbyn was the unwitting architect of his own defeat. He blamed Brexit even though many of his MPs had resorted to every Parliamentary trick to block or frustrate Brexit during the three years following the referendum when that important time should have been used to intensively prepare for separation from the European Union. They foolishly put their personal agenda ahead of the public’s wish and paid the price. Many of Labour’s “Red Wall” strongholds in the Midlands and North, which had voted to leave the EU, took revenge on their obstructive MPs. Corbyn sat on the fence on the issue, which may have been the correct thing to do when the referendum asked ordinary people to decide, not Parliament or the political parties. MPs should simply have worked towards implementing the referendum result. But his “neutrality” was taken as cowardice in the heated controversy fanned by the media.

Overlong, unrealistic manifesto

Nor was his 103-page election manifesto all that clever. It was far too long and made far too many fanciful and unaffordable promises such as this one: “Within a decade we will reduce average full-time weekly working hours to 32 across the economy, with no loss of pay, funded by productivity increases.” It was an impressive document containing useful and long overdue policies, including the renationalisation of energy and water, but it was hardly the right platform for fighting this particular election where the screw-up over Brexit was the dominant issue.

The Conservatives’ manifesto was shorter, simpler at only 59 pages and presented in a gung-ho tone that voters evidently found appealing after Westminster’s endless dithering and mind-numbing obstructiveness.

The bright side for Labour is that such a humiliating defeat has disposed of a number of their pain-in-the-ass MPs.

History repeats itself: “anti-Semitism” ruse

When Corbyn was in trouble three and a half years ago some people were already blaming the torrent of allegations against Labour of anti-Semitism and the leadership’s gutless response to those allegations. Others knew that Labour had barely laid a glove on the Conservatives and the party needed to understand that it’s there to do a job – that is, holding the government to account not squabbling among themselves.

The Mirror said Labour was “going nowhere fast”. And as far as party activists and backbenchers were concerned the lack of real progress wasn’t good enough. Corbyn’s enemies – chiefly the Blairite/Brownite leftovers who had failed the nation and were jealous of his spectacular rise to take the leadership – were gleeful at having weakened and perhaps mortally wounded their foe. And they have been thumping him ever since. But at what cost to the party?

It seemed to me then that Corbyn had two choices.

He could stick it out for the time being in a party at odds with itself but would face a head-on clash with the troublemakers eventually. And to stamp his authority he couldn’t just sidestep the anti-Semitism fiasco. It wasn’t just a little local difficulty; it had to be seen for what it really was – part of an organised campaign across Europe and the US to silence the debate on Israel’s criminal behaviour, to strangle the struggle for Palestinian rights and to increase Zionist influence over our political and democratic processes. Any fightback by Corbyn would need to begin with refusing to accept the Israel lobby’s definition of the situation. He needed to reframe the issue to reflect the truth, then go on the attack.

He never did so.

Lost opportunities

And I was saying, back then, that Corbyn must act swiftly on genuine complaints of anti-Semitism but reject the trumped up ones. Outside interference from professional moaners like the Board of Deputies of British Jews should not be tolerated. And the best response would be to give them the BDS treatment – ignoring and refusing to engage. Blood and feathers would fly, but so be it. The British Labour Party is not a flagpole of the Knesset or a pissing post for their attack dogs. On the contrary, it was time to question Labour’s Friends of Israel about their shameless support for the rogue state and its racist leaders and their links to the land-grabbing Zionist project. There should be no place in a socialist organisation, or in public life at all, for people who cannot bring themselves to condemn a regime that behaves so viciously towards its neighbours and shows no remorse. What does aligning with Israel really say about such people?

Corbyn’s abject surrender to Israel lobby pressure has been a shaming setback for the whole Palestine justice movement of which he was a prominent member during his years as a backbencher.

His other choice, I ventured to suggest, was to leave Labour, take his army of supporters with him and let the party stew in its own juice. There was still time to build a new, clean, fit-for-purpose political party and get it established before the next general election. At least Corbyn could then be true to himself.

But of course he wouldn’t do such a thing. He is a product of Old Labour. It is his crutch, his comfort zone. He cannot leave or adapt.

Not much has changed between then and now. Corbyn’s enemies are still trying to bring him down and this time they’ll succeed if he hangs on. The party is, and has been for some time, dysfunctional, a thing of the past and quite unsuited to the 21st century. Even its name is inappropriate, and off-putting. By all means honour the old icons but they were products of their time and are of little interest in the real world today. Worse still, the Labour Party is now soiled beyond decent repair.

Corbyn is that rare thing: a decent man swimming in Westminster’s pissant swamp. To show how far his detractors are willing to lie Michael Gove, warming up the audience just before Boris Johnson’s victory speech last week, viciously attacked Corbyn saying his defeat ended Jewish people’s concerns that they would “have a prime minister who trafficked in anti-Jewish rhetoric and embraced anti-Jewish terrorists”. Gove has described himself as “a proud Zionist” since he was a boy. He is a Conservative Friend of Israel, believes BDS [Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement] is anti-Semitic and that Israel is “free, democratic, liberal and Western”.

This deluded pipsqueak is Johnson’s lieutenant. And Johnson, as the Jerusalem Post reminds us, calls himself “a passionate Zionist”. It is not clear what role Gove will have in the new Johnson administration but he will be at the centre. Rumour has it that he could be given the trade job, in which case Israel can expect to do very nicely out of it.

The Queen’s Speech, which sets out the government’s programme, included a promise to crack down on foreign spies. Many will be wondering if this includes Israeli spies, remembering how Shai Masot, an employee of the Israeli embassy and almost certainly a Mossad agent, in late 2016 was caught red-handed on camera plotting with Israel lobby stooges to “take down” senior government figures, including Boris Johnson’s deputy at the Foreign Office, Sir Alan Duncan. Masot was working under the Israeli ambassador, none other than Israel’s odious propaganda dirty tricks chief Mark Regev. Johnson dismissed the Shai Masot affair, saying: “The UK has a strong relationship with Israel and we consider the matter closed.” And who exposed this scandal? Not Britain’s own security services and press but an AlJazeera TV undercover team. Regev is still here and up to no good.

Readers will remember that Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, in an unprecedented intervention in the middle of the election campaign, wrote a letter in the Times suggesting the Labour leader was unfit for office and called for people to “vote with their conscience” in view of the anti-Semitism row. Baroness Jenny Tonge, in a Facebook post, commented: “The chief rabbi must be dancing in the street. The pro-Israel lobby won our general election by lying about Jeremy Corbyn.”  

Whereupon 88 peers from the House of Lords signed a letter to the Telegraph demanding that Baroness Jenny make an unqualified apology for her remarks which they called “both shameful and in clear contravention of Britain’s adoption of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism”. But knowing what we know about Mirvis and the Israel lobby, it is they who should be apologising to all of us.

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US court sentences Zionist CEO for scamming Americans, media ignore it.


US court sentences Israeli CEO for scamming Americans, media ignore it

Ramat Gan diamond center in Tel Aviv, where many binary options companies were based.

Israeli media (not US newspapers) report that an Israeli CEO has been sentenced in a US court for defrauding Americans out of millions of dollars. The company specifically targeted the elderly and the vulnerable, one of over 100 Israeli companies perpetrating a scam called “binary options”… Israel permitted the scam for a decade…

By Alison Weir

The Times of Israel reports that Lee Elbaz, an Israeli CEO, was sentenced to 22 years in prison by a Maryland court on Thursday. US media have largely failed to report on the conviction, despite the fact that American taxpayers give Israel over $10 million per day. The pro-Israel lobby has long been deeply influential in US Mideast policies.

Elbaz was the CEO of an Israeli company called Yukom Communications Ltd., which perpetrated an international financial scam called “binary options.” More than a hundred binary options companies operated in Israel between the years 2008-2018, scamming people around the world out of hundreds of millions of dollars. For years Israel allowed the scammers to operate unhindered.

TOI reports that the US judge said that Elbaz and others “specifically targeted vulnerable people, including the elderly, and tried to get people addicted to trading like in a casino. He said that Elbaz would suggest that clients use their retirement funds for investments.”

Yukom employees pretended to be from other countries, lied about their professional qualifications, lied about their historical rates of return, and didn’t tell investors that they only made money if their customers lost money.

TOI reports: “An email instructed BinaryBook sales representatives to target retirees, Social Security recipients, pension holders and veterans as clients.”

An Israeli lawyer told TOI: “I estimate that hundreds, if not thousands, of Israelis were engaged in pretty much the same conduct for which Elbaz was convicted and sentenced… If Israeli law enforcement authorities had done their job, we wouldn’t have come to this sad day.”

According to TOI: “Binary options fraud flourished in Israel for about a decade before the entire industry was outlawed via Knesset legislation in October 2017, largely as a result of investigative reporting by The Times of Israel that began with a March 2016 article entitled ‘The wolves of Tel Aviv.’ At its height, hundreds of companies in Israel were engaged in the widely fraudulent industry, employing thousands of Israelis, allegedly fleecing billions out of victims worldwide.

“Many of the fraudulent operatives have since moved their operations abroad, or switched to other scams, though Israeli law-enforcement authorities have proved unwilling or unable to prosecute more than a handful of alleged offenders. By contrast, the US government is ratcheting up efforts to bring Israeli offenders to justice.”

A US prosecutor told the court that “videos from inside Yukom showed that employees enjoyed their work, and that Elbaz fostered a work environment where it was fun to defraud investors.”

“There was a mentality at this company that the defendant fostered, with gongs and bells, to say this is exciting, it’s a good thing to defraud investors. That culture that permeated company is no doubt one of the reasons why this fraud grew from a few hundred thousand dollars and a few employees to hundreds of employees and millions and millions of dollars in losses to investors,” he said.

A London-based NGO, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, takes credit with TOI for first exposing Elbaz: “A whistleblower from inside the industry approached the Bureau and the Times of Israel in 2016 with inside files including lists of thousands of victims from 50 countries and the sums which they had been defrauded of. The information helped the US authorities prosecute Elbaz.”

Elbaz had been living with a relative in San Francisco while she awaited her trial.

TOI reports that at the sentencing the judge read off a long list of victims who had lost their life’s savings:

“Among such victims was Larry Burton, who lost over $200,000 including $70,000 from his retirement account. He also borrowed 30,000 for his investment and afterwards had to refinance his home. There’s James Freeman, age 67, who lost $304,000, his entire life savings. Terry Pocket lost $247,000 including $94,000 from his 401k fund. He also said he lost his life’s savings and had to borrow money to pay for his mortgage. Mr. Hanow lost $175,000 including large sums from his IRA and retirement funds and had to take a job as a truck driver to help pay off his losses.” The judge continued naming victims, including a man who “lost so much money he tried to commit suicide.”

Finance Feeds reported in 2017: “Israel’s binary options industry rose to prominence very very quickly in the middle of the last decade, and has during the past two years become the bete noire of financial markets regulators, mainstream news entities and consumer protection groups, largely because it is about as far removed from a genuine financial product as is humanly imaginable.

“The vast binary options business, which bears absolutely no resemblance to genuine electronic trading whatsoever, is indeed a weighted gambling platform masquerading as a retail trading environment, which the operators, most of whom come from adult entertainment, online poker, lead buying (and stealing in some cases) and affiliate marketing backgrounds rather than financial services, use to pocket the deposits of unsuspecting customers worldwide.

“Binary options is reviled on a global scale, with France, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, the United States, and Holland having outlawed it, and Britain making a clear point never to regulate it as a financial product.”

A Canadian man committed suicide after being conned out of his life savings.

An Israeli attorney who represents victims of the fraud said: “I hope that law enforcement authorities in Israel will study this case closely. To anyone familiar with the forex and binary options industry in Israel, it is clear that the fraudulent tactics presented in the Lee Elbaz case were not unique to Yukom but rather a standard practice among many Israeli companies in this field. Such an ongoing and vast illegality could have been made possible only by a systematic failure of law enforcement.”

The US department of justice has announced: Individuals who believe that they may be a victim in this case should visit the Fraud Section’s Victim Witness website for more information, and may call the Victim Assistance Line toll-free at (888) 549-3945 or email them at at


Ha’aretz: Could the FBI Hold 15,000 Israelis Criminally Responsible Over Binary Options?

Israel finally ends $10 billion binary options scam – or does it?

Israeli kingpins behind ‘monstrous’ international financial scam ‘binary options’

US cracking down on $10 billion Israeli scam that steals life savings

Is Israel becoming a promised land of impunity for crooks and fraudsters?

EU Regulators ask Israel what it’s doing about “The Wolves of Tel Aviv”

Sign the petition: “No aid to Israel while Israeli scammers bilk Americans”

Is Israel turning a blind eye as Israeli scammers swindle victims in France, US, elsewhere?

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Two young men from the occupied West Bank arrested and another summoned for investigation

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr


Illegally Nazi Occupied Palestine: At dawn Sunday, the occupation army arrested Palestinians from Hebron, and another summoned from Bethlehem for investigation.

Local sources reported that the Nazi army forces stormed several homes of Palestinians in the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron, and arrested the two released prisoners, Suleiman Jawdat Bahr (19 years) and Muhsin Muhammad Zaqaq (19 years).

In Bethlehem, the Nazi occupation forces stormed the house of the liberated prisoner, Mahmoud Hassan al-Wardian (42 years old) in Mount Hindaza, and delivered him a summons to investigate the intelligence in the “Gush Etzion” center.

The Nazi occupation army launches a daily campaign of raids in the West Bank cities and villages and towns of Nazi occupied Jerusalem, under the pretext of searching for wanted persons in the Nazi Gestapo “Shin Bet”.

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