Sanctions on Israel Redeem Germany
Germany Forces Israeli Concessions to Palestinians
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A German Submarine Defends Palestine
On October 31, 2011, Palestine was accepted as full member by UNESCO, which became the first UN agency to recognize it as an independent country. Several other agencies are expected to take a similar decision in following month. The US entered UN Alley, by opposing this new and widely supported reality; after all, already in 1947, Israel’s sovereignty was conditioned on Palestinian independence. Israel behaved not much better than its perpetual guarantor, when Benjamin Netanyahu immediately imposed sanctions on Palestine. Among them was the withholding of 100 million dollars in revenues such as custom duties from being passed over to the Palestinian Authority. Politically, the last is part of the State of Israel, which thus controls all Palestinian monies.
Then, on November 27, an unexpected thing happened. Netanyahu said at a meeting of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee that he was considering releasing the money and that the cabinet would convene over the coming days to discuss the matter. He explained the reversal of his former decision on the suspension of Palestinian activities at the UN, coupled with the fact that a Fatah-Hamas reconciliation does not appear to be on the horizon.
The following Wednesday, the decision was taken. The cabinet (formed by the eight senior ministers of Netanyahu’s government) ruled that Israel would both transfer the withheld October tax funds and refrain from delaying taxes collected for the month of November.
Everything looks logical in the paragraphs above, even consistent with typical Zionist blackmailing policies. However, today, December 4, 2011, it was disclosed a German submarine hit Netanyahu’s office; Netanyahu’s change of mind had been imposed by Germany.
Germany’s Nuclear Strike
In Israel’s Second Strike, I expanded on Israel’s nuclear strategies which are closely related to how it sees the future of Jewish people in a new Diaspora to begin soon. The central point in that article was related to a report from October 30, by the British Guardian, which exposed the results of the independent Trident Commission. The report claimed Israel is extending its Jericho 3 land-to-land nuclear missiles range, so that they will have the capabilities of transcontinental missiles. Israel would be able to hit with nuclear missiles even South America. It claims also that Israel is working to improve and expand the capabilities of its cruise missiles, designed to be launched from submarines. Israel currently has three submarines and two more are under construction in Germany. Both countries are holding talks about the construction of a sixth submarine. Israel's submarines are meant to give Israel a "second strike" nuclear option, meaning that Israel would be able to strike with nuclear weapons from submarines at hidden locations at sea even if its nuclear weapons stored on land are harmed in an enemy’s preemptive nuclear strike.
This Sunday edition of the German newspaper Welt am Sonntag claimed Germany told Israel during November that it could not go ahead with the sixth submarine purchase unless political concessions were made. Germany requested the transfer of the money to the Palestinian Authority as well as the stop of a new legislation by the Knesset aimed at limiting the work of foreign NGOs in Israel. This new law is opposed also by the US. The ambassador of this last country in Israel, Dan Shapiro, recently relayed a message to senior members of Netanyahu’s office saying that the Obama administration is concerned by the proposed legislation. Shapiro said the proposed legislation is much more extreme than US law or similar laws in western democracies. Yet, America apparently wouldn’t take any formal steps against Israel for its new tyrannical “political police law.”
My labeling this a “political police law” is not casual. If approved, the new law would cap foreign governments' contributions to political non-governmental organizations at NIS 20,000. Of course, the Israeli government would keep a monopoly on the interpretation of what is a political NGO. They would be able to claim that an NGO feeding Palestinian orphans is political in nature since it obviously works in favor of the Palestinians. Knowing Israel, it would probably behave in such a hideous fashion.
Against all odds, Germany is favoring democratic principles over the wishes of Israel. Against all odds, Germany is prevailing, proving it has political power over the Zionist Headquarter. Are we watching a new, redeemed Germany, or would The Da Vinci Nazi - a Germanic Sabbath goy in charge of subduing Western public opinion in favor of the Zionists - be awakened again by Israel in order to subdue this new threat?
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