City of London evil step-brothers finally out in the open. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Greg Burton
    • 18.11.13 | 21:13 (IST)

    Well, of course, Israel and Saudi Arabia are working together. Why shouldn't they? They are both the golem spawn of the City of London, MI6. One, Saudi Arabia created by Kim Philby and Lawrence of Arabia to steal the middle-east after the defeat of the Ottomans. The other, the Rothschild nation-state actor in the world that can own the nuclear weapons the private banking syndicate could not, and acts as the bad boy in the recreation of the (Zionist) British Empire. Poor Georgie Bush. He must be heart-broken that Prince Bandar has decided to sleep with others. But, now that the US and its tax payers have been sucked dry, on the verge of economic, environmental (Fukushima) and political collapse (9/11 police state), it was time for the Rothschild to move on the consolidation of empire phase.

    from the article: Sunday Times: Israel, Saudi Arabia cooperating to plan possible Iran attack
    First published 08:14 17.11.13 | Last updated 05:14 17.11.13
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