31 July 2019

Binyamin Netanyahu - America's Prime Minister

28 Tamuz 5779

(Excerpts taken from Traitors and Carpetbaggers in the Promised Land by Investigative Reporter Barry Chamish and published in 1997.)
Who Is Binyamin Netanyahu?
(The Conventional Story)

...When Binyamin moved to America at age fourteen after his father accepted a teaching post in Philadelphia, his hero became JFK.  Netanyahu felt very alienated being away from Israel and took waitering jobs to earn the money to spend his summers back home. There his greatest pleasure was working on left-wing kibbutzim with his pals from Jerusalem. 
...He was a straight-A student who graduated fourth in his class at Cheltenham High School, one of the most academically competitive schools in America.  But he didn't attend his graduation ceremony.  War broke out on June 5, 1967, and Netanyahu flew to Israel to volunteer for the army. 
...After five years of soldiering, Netanyahu returned to America to study architecture at...MIT.  ...Netanyahu interrupted his studies only once.  In October of 1973 war broke out in Israel and he flew back to fight in the Sinai.  When he returned, he became a student activist on behalf of Israel, a fact that was noted by the Israeli consul of Boston, Collette Avital, the dovish consul of New York during the Rabin/Peres administration who arranged Netanyahu's first television appearance, a debate with PLO activist Prof. Edward Said. 
...The loss of his brother Yoni during the Entebbe raid put a stop to Binyamin's plans to become an architect.  Instead he settled for an MA in business administration and took a post at the Boston Consulting Group. 
...Already earning $100,000 and with a splendid career before him, Netanyahu decided to give it all up and return to Israel to act as marketing manager of a furniture concern. 
...In 1979, Netanyahu organized an antiterrorism conference in Jerusalem, dedicated to his fallen brother.  He managed to attract the likes of George Bush, George Shultz, and Richard Perle (President Reagan's chief arms negotiator) to the meeting and was thrust briefly onto the world stage.  But when the conference ended, it was back to work at the furniture factory. 
...That all changed in 1982 when Israel's Washington ambassador, Moshe Arens, invited Netanyahu to be his deputy.  This unprecedented career rise has been a subject of much speculation.  
...In 1984, after two visibly successful years as Arens' deputy, Bibi was named Israel's ambassador to the U.N.  In another of those ironies that follow him, he was appointed to the post by Shimon Peres against the objections of Yitzchak Shamir.  Once again, it was a leader of the Labor Party who promoted his early career.
This was the true turning point in his quest to become prime minister. Netayahu's good looks, fluent English, and controversial opinions made him a media star. He became a frequent presence on Ted Koppel's "Nightline" and "Larry King Live."

...During this period, Netanyahu wrote his book, Terror: How The West Can Win. The book made a tremendous impression on the Reagan administration.  In fact, whenever George Shultz visited New York, and that was often, he would call on Netanyahu.
By 1988,  Netanyahu had made powerful allies in the American media.  He received strong support form Charles Krauthammer of the Washington Post, Abe Rosenthal of the New York Times, and Ellie Weymouth, daughter of Katherine Graham, the publisher of Newsweek.  When he returned to Israel, he was too powerful a figure to be ignored and was appointed first deputy foreign minister and later the prime minister's spokesman.  In this capacity, CNN made Netanyahu an international media star during the Persian Gulf War. 
Netanyahu was ready to challenge the Old Guard of the Likud.  The combination of youth, determination, and powerful allies abroad led to a resounding victory in the Likud primaries of 1993 and in the general elections of 1996.

(The Secret Life of Binyamin Netanyahu)

Even within the conventional story, it is clear that Netanyahu was groomed for leadership by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in New York.  In 1979, 27-year-old Netanyahu called a conference on terrorism and the ruling elite of the CFR - Bush, Shultz and Perle - answered his summons.

...Netanyahu's decision to quit his lucrative Boston job is almost inexplicable. Netanyahu sought a high-paying job at a prestigious consulting firm, yet not two months later he gave it up to fly back to Israel and sell sofas.  He was barely settled back home when he decided to organize an antiterrorism conference and invite the most powerful people in Washington to attend. 
It is possible that Netanyahu was told to quit his job, return to Israel, and arrange the conference.  Perhaps there is a connection to the fact that a year later Shultz made fighting terrorism a first priority of the Reagan administration and that Vice-President Bush was appointed to head a front for illegal covert activities called the Anti-Terror Task Force. 
Arens' offer of a deputy ambassadorship to salesman Netanyahu made no political sense.  Israeli diplomatic aides and deputies typically rise slowly through the Foreign Ministry bureaucracy.  They are not thrust into the second highest position at the most vital embassy in the world.  It is far from impossible that Arens was directed to bring in Netanyahu by the very people in the Reagan administration who attended his conference three years earlier.
Once in New York in 1984, CFR-affiliated media such as CNN, the New York Times, Washington Post, Newsweek, and CFR members Koppel and King turned Netanyahu into a major political figure; so much so that George Shultz became a close friend.  ...What did Shultz, twenty years Netanyahu's senior, find so amusing about the Israeli U.N. ambassador that he had to pay him a courtesy call every time he flew to New York?  In 1985, Shultz chaired another Netanyahu-organized conference on terrorism, this time in Washington.  The resulting publicity and prestige was a significant factor in Netanyahu's fast-rising political career.  Clearly, the secretary of state had a major stake in Netanyahu's future.  Which means, so did George Bush.  
...Since taking office, Netanyahu has fueled fears of international control by his actions.... [like his] decision to allow Yaacov Frenkel to run the country's economy single-handedly. Frenkel worked for the World Bank between 1971 and 1990.  After nineteen years away from "home" Frenkel was unexplainably appointed head of the Bank of Israel. ** 
His policies mirrored the worldwide debt program of his previous employer documented by numerous researchers.  The plan involves raising interest rates beyond what the public or industry can afford, and forcing the government to borrow lots of money from American banks to keep the populace pacified.  When the debts have to be repaid from an empty treasury, the International Monetary Fund bails out the country with schemes guaranteed to impoverish the people. 
Frenkel was a proponent of Israel borrowing $10 billion in loans guaranteed by the American government and he kept his interest rates as high as he could in the face of opposition from then-Finance Minister Avraham Shohat who suspected Frenkel "was playing politics with the Bank of Israel."
Binyamin Netanyahu...appointed Yaacov Frenkel to be his minister of finance.  The only thing that prevented the disaster was party opposition to an appointee who had never publicly supported the Likud. 
Dan Meridor got the post instead.  But as the Maariv headline read: "Meridor Will Act, Frenkel Will Lead."  On his first day in office Meridor announced that his policy would be to lower the standard of living in Israel.  Not a week later, Frenkel raised the interest rates by a whopping 1.5 percent with Meridor's "approval." 
** The same thing happened with Stanley Fischer...
Stanley Fischer is an Israeli American economist and former vice chairman of the Federal Reserve. Born in Northern Rhodesia, he holds dual citizenship in Israel and the United States. He served as governor of the Bank of Israel from 2005 to 2013. He previously served as chief economist at the World Bank. On January 10, 2014, United States President Barack Obama nominated Fischer to be Vice-Chairman of the US Federal Reserve Board of Governors.  (Source)
Haaretz reported at the time...
...One must admit that at first, it did seem somewhat strange that of all places he could have gone, Fischer ended up here full-time. He was a renowned economist who’d served as chief economist at the World Bank between 1988 and 1990 and as first deputy managing director at the International Monetary Fund from 1994 to 2001. As an MIT professor, he taught a generation of central bankers and other important economists, advising current Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke on his doctoral thesis and teaching incumbent European Central Bank president Mario Draghi. His last job before agreeing to serve as governor of the Bank of Israel was vice chairman of Citigroup, where he reportedly made $100,000 a month. He is a multiple attendee of the Bilderberg Group, the highly secretive annual conference of very, very important people.

An illustrious career, no doubt. So why give it all up and move to Israel?
"Why?" indeed!  This is already too long and I have already cut it down as far as I can and still give you an adequate picture, so we'll end the excerpts here. 

There Is Good Basis to Suspect Binyamin Netanyahu (and all others of his ilk) of Dual Loyalties

Fortunately, I came to Israel before it came under the Americanized influence of Binyamin Netanyahu's "leadership" (and World Bank/IMF governors!)  It was a different place then, ask anyone.  Today, it has truly become an American outpost - their bridgehead in the Middle East - a Little America in all but name.  God help us!

All of this is to offer you the most cogent explanation for the "Why?"....
PM said to float plan for Palestinian building permits in West Bank’s Area C

The high-level security cabinet is debating a plan introduced by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to grant building permits to Palestinians in Israeli-controlled Area C of the West Bank, alongside such approvals for neighboring settlers, the Kan public broadcaster reported Monday.
The answer to this conundrum and every other one like it is ...

He is under orders from above (small "a").
Israel plans Palestinian housing construction in apparent gesture to U.S.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is promoting a new plan to build 700 housing units for Palestinians alongside 6,000 housing units in West Bank settlements, in an apparent response to American pressure.
The only explanation I can think of for why even the so-called religious and "extremist" right-wing parties will still recommend this man for the premiereship is sheer ignorance.  Hopefully, this blog post will go some way towards alleviating that, especially if all of you help by informing your own family and friends.

Binyamin Netanyahu's death-grip on the reins of this country is an existential threat to the Jewish nation. God have mercy on us and bring us Mashiach now!!

By the way, if you'd be interested in what has become of our illustrious Stanley Fischer who "made aliyah" and then only lived in Israel long enough to be head of the Bank of Israel before trotting right back to his master's den in the U.S., the Wall Street Journal reported back in February...
Former Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer to Join BlackRock
RelatedNetanyahu: Darling of the Christian RightCFR Membership; Council on Foreign Relations (CFR); CFR Gives the Orders


  1. Ecellent and informative post. Trouble is that the masses are usually asleep everywhere and are only interested in what is not important (that's what the bigwigs count on). Hoping our people wake up!

  2. US planning to roll out peace plan at meeting with Arab leaders – report

    The United States is reportedly planning a conference with Arab leaders at Camp David, during which US President Donald Trump will roll out his plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace. ...before the general elections in Israel on September 17,....

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu helped plan the meeting, which could be a boon to his reelection hopes. ...Netanyahu is not expected to be invited to Camp David, however, as his presence could deter Arab leaders from attending.

    In his meetings with Arab leaders, Kushner will also tout Israel’s approval of a plan to grant 700 building permits to Palestinians in Israeli-controlled Area C of the West Bank, which the report said could help sell the US peace proposal.

  3. Excellent as usual. The trouble most people don't remember even yesterday. They hate history and to most a year ago is history. Anyway, if people would remember that it was known years ago about Bibi's education and upbringing in the U.S. and how it looked suspicious how he so easily got into the forefront of leadership. Everything written here is spot on and we need to pray hard that this new momvement of 'Noam' really takes hold because we need Moshiach Ben Yosef to lead and bring us to the Geulah Shleimah! H' yerachem al Amo Yisrael!