the evils to public liberty, war is perhaps the most to be
dreaded because it comprises and develops every other. War
is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts, and
taxes. And armies, and debts, and taxes, are the known
instruments for bringing the many under the dominion of the
few. IN war, too, the discretionary power of the
executive [now David Cameron and co] is extended; its
influence in dealing out offices, honours, and emoluments is
multiplied; and all the means of seducing minds are added to
those of subduing the forces of the people! No nation could
preserve its freedom in the midst of continued warfare.'
Madison(1751-1836).4th President of the USA
know that wars do not end wars'
against war is going to be no holiday excursion or camping
party. The military feelings are too deeply grounded
to abdicate their place among our ideals until better
substitutes are offered than glory and shame that come to
nations as well as individuals from the ups and downs of
politics and the vicissitudes of trade.'.-
How Rothschild Zionism controls the British political system with an Atlantic Bridge and a little help from its Friends ...
What will Rothschild Zionist Prime Minister David Cameron do now that Rothschild Zionist 'Defence' Secretary Liam Fox has been exposed? And what will Rothschild Zionist Labour 'opposition' leader, Ed Milliband, say?
'Adam Werritty, the man at the centre of the Liam Fox cash-for-access scandal, has been involved in an audacious plot to topple Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, it was claimed last night.
The self-styled adviser to Mr Fox, whose close personal friendship with the former defence secretary led to Mr Fox's downfall, has visited Iran on several occasions and met Iranian opposition groups in Washington and London over the past few years, The Independent on Sunday has learnt.
Mr Werritty, 33, has been debriefed by MI6 about his travels and is so highly regarded by the Israeli intelligence service Mossad – who thought he was Mr Fox's chief of staff – that he was able to arrange meetings at the highest levels of the Israeli government, multiple sources have told The IoS.'
'On the day before Mahmoud Abbas was expected to launch his bid for a Palestinian state, guide Amir Rimon 28, was lecturing a group of young soldiers under one of Rothschild's broad ficus trees.
"We come [here] to remind ourselves of the values on which our state was founded," he said. The Declaration of Independence, read by David Ben-Gurion 63 years ago, said Palestinians would be equals in the fledgling country.
"I think we need to recognise a Palestinian state. Many of the soldiers agree with me – it's 50-50," Rimon added. A recent poll conducted by the Hebrew University found that 70% of Israelis believe that if the UN votes in favour of a Palestinian state, Israel should accept the decision. This is not the position of the Israeli government.'
‘Gilad Atzmon has written an absorbing and moving account of his journey from hard core Israeli nationalist to a de-Zionized patriot of humanity and passionate advocate of justice for the Palestinian people. It is a transformative story told with unflinching integrity that all (especially Jews) who care about real peace, as well as their own identity, should not only read, but reflect upon and discuss widely.’
Professor Richard Falk, Albert G. Milbank Professor of International Law Emeritus, Princeton University, author of over 20 books, and UN Special Rapporteur for Occupied Palestinian Territories.
‘Gilad Atzmon has written a fascinating and provocative book on Jewish identity in the modern world. He shows how assimilation and liberalism are making it increasingly difficult for Jews in the Diaspora to maintain a powerful sense of their 'Jewishness.' Panicked Jewish leaders, he argues, have turned to Zionism (blind loyalty to Israel) and scaremongering (the threat of another Holocaust) to keep the tribe united and distinct from the surrounding goyim. As Atzmon’s own case demonstrates, this strategy is not working and is causing many Jews great anguish. The Wandering Who? should be widely read by Jews and non-Jews alike.’
John J. Mearsheimer is the R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago