#115 Say there Silvienne - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ballistic
    • 14.12.07 | 18:13 (IST)

    I wish you happy holidays upcoming. Well, Zionists have chutzpah; they invented the word. They are predisposed to believing that nobody else on the planet matters except them and theirs and several Zionists posted the same. I still think that peace will be imposed by circumstances beyond Israel/US' control, mainly oil economics. The US cannot live in the world alone. Zionists already are pariahs and so are we because we listen to these dual citizens over here who care more about Israel than the US. In spite of all the broohaha over the Protocols, if read, fake or not, they certainly lay out a plan, some say for the Illuninati. Funny thing about the document, the word "Jew" is only mentioned once in it and many don't think it applied to Jews at all, but to the Illuminati, which has as its members all races. It is short and to the point. High regards.

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    First published 00:00 12.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.12.07
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