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Introduction by Mary Carmel

To quote Ron Paul, “It is no coincidence that the century of total war coincided with the century of central banking.”

America was an independent country, with a non intervention policy, until central banking finally took control. It was very much like other nations in Europe and this is why Americans declared their independence from it! We fought the American Revolution as well as the War of 1812, to avoid the British/Zionist central banking system, only to end up in our own ‘Civil War’… the damage, and loss of life in the US was unspeakable. Provocation and interference by the Bankers, BAR Association, & the Vatican had almost destroyed the United States. Their results, the theft of the Thirteenth Amendment to our Constitution (clearly forbidding these people from serving within our government at all). They also assassinated President Lincoln (They also attempted to kill President Andrew Jackson several times). The people kept going, not understanding the complexities of this new ‘US Corporation’ that answered to The Vatican Crown Corp, no longer representing the people, the foundation of our form of government had been secretly perverted, as our forefathers has warned us, they would attempt this.

 

This infiltration left our nation infested by the Zionist plague, as it did to others in Europe and elswhere, and propelled everyone toward WWI, and then WWII, all in the name of the British/Zionist Empire. Years later, President John F. Kennedy, in his attempt to remedy the situation, was also assassinated. This left America in a state of post traumatic shock, and it just spiraled from there, with the reappearance of the Bush Dynasty, always covertly covering up Israel’s deceitful actions with a false flag, one being the attack on the USS liberty, another 9/11/2001, ushering in the madness of The Patriot Act, and criminal proxy wars war with the Middle East. Becoming part of the Anglo American Axis, has caused more destruction, and genocide than the world can bear, including the present attack from within on the US people by Barack Obama. I sincerely hope, since we have recently recovered the Thirteenth Amendment, that the people involved are brought to justice, and America may have the chance for restoration, returning to the country it once was. I also have that hope for other nations that have been systematically weakened along with us.

 

Russia, and other Eastern European countries know too well, the danger of this assault from within by the same perpetrators. Palestine has had far too much aggression and loss of life, it has to stop now! The world has had enough! We are now marching toward WWIII, with the same people in control, just a different generation of bankers and corporations that seek total control… globally. This time, it threatens the sovereignty of ALL nations, as this ‘Axis of Evil’ operating illegally under the guise of the UN ‘peace keeping’ organization, continues to commit crimes against humanity in the Middle East, Africa, South America, Ukraine, etc… They keep knocking on Russia’s door to pick a fight, as well as China’s.

 

The forced integration, into Palestine many years ago, under the Balfour Declaration, that has resulted in so many lives, is now being forced upon the Europeans, Americans, and countries everywhere, by design. If we cannot look at history, to see the PATTERN here, the destruction it has brought to the world, and understand who is responsible for this, we have learned nothing! The usury of America, by the British/Zionist cabal, to fight their wars is sickening. Russia AND Germany were once destroyed by this evil as well. It is now overdue…this apology, before we are all dragged into a nuclear killing spree that will ultimately destroy all of humanity. MC

 

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redressonline

2nd November 2012

Ever since UK Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour pronounced the Balfour Declaration on 2 November 1917, promising a homeland for the Jews in Palestine, Palestinians have endured ongoing violation of their basic human rights.

With only 67 words, seismic changes were forced on the Palestinians, making contradictory, irreconcilable and ambiguous promises: one nation promised another nation the land of a third nation.

By promising Jews, who made up 6 per cent of the inhabitants of Palestine, their own state, the declaration totally compromised the rights of the other 94 per cent of the population. It referred to the majority population as “the non-Jewish community in Palestine” and contradicted the 1916 McMahon-Hussain agreement and the principles of national self determination.

Millions of Palestinians continue to suffer from the unjust and misguided British policy in Palestine. Great injustice leaves great scars. It is time Britain apologized as a first step towards rebuilding for the future.

In Palestine, Britain did not propose even to go through the formality of consulting the inhabitants of the country about the future of their land.

Now, over 11 million Palestinians continue to suffer from Britain’s colonial legacy in Palestine. Not only is it time for Britain to apologize for the human rights abuse suffered by Palestinians while under British Mandate administration, but there needs to be an admission of this original sin which bought untold misery through nearly a century of conflict, ethnic cleansing, ongoing human rights abuse, brutal occupation and apartheid.

The Palestinian Return Centre (PRC), with other partners around the world, is preparing to launch a global campaign to mark the centenary of the Balfour Declaration.

The five-year campaign, which will be launched during Palestine memorial week in January 2013, will include mass mobilization, popular events, conferences and workshops, lobbying, petitions and many other initiatives.

The campaign, to be launched in the UK, will gather a million signatures from those seeking justice in Palestine, in condemnation of British colonial policy during 1917-48.

Millions of Palestinians continue to suffer from the unjust and misguided British policy in Palestine.

Great injustice leaves great scars. It is time Britain apologized as a first step towards rebuilding for the future.

Postscript

By Jeff Blankfort (US-based radio producer and campaigner for Palestinian rights)

What needs to be pointed out is that the Balfour Declaration was Britain’s reward to the Zionists for what it perceived as their assistance in pushing US President Woodrow Wilson, a close friend of US Zionist leader and Supreme Court Head Justice Louis Brandeis, into going to war in 1917 on Britain’s behalf when it had become clear that it could not win the war without American help. This is well documented and flies in the face of the widespread, mistaken notion that the British viewed a Jewish homeland in Palestine as protecting their imperial interests, ignoring the fact that the British had no such need given that it already controlled Egypt, Transjordan, Mesopotamia (Iraq) and Iran and the Jewish colonists in Palestine were in no position to help further British interests and had no inclination to do so.

Any honest examination of the history of the Zionists in Palestine, including but not limited to British Foreign Office documents (See Palestine Papers: Seeds of Conflict by Doreen Ingrams, Braziller, 1973) reveals that the Zionist presence in Palestine, from beginning to end, was never anything but a major headache for the British whose government, before the ascension of David Lloyd George to the prime ministership, was strongly opposed to the Zionist plans for Palestine. What is not generally known about Lloyd George is that before replacing the anti-Zionist Herbert Asquith as Britain’s prime minister, he was part of the London law firm that represented the Zionists in Britain.

It should also be added that the Balfour Declaration was the result of months of negotiations between His Majesty’s government and the Zionists who wanted Jewish rights in Palestine to be declared in even stronger terms, which is why it reads as if was put together by a committee, which it was. When, in the face of Arab opposition to wholesale Jewish immigration to Palestine in 1939, the British issued their famous “White Paper” placing limits upon it, both Chaim Weizmann, the worldwide leader of the Zionist movement and Samuel Landman, one of the negotiators with the British, now no longer under Zionist influence, wrote strong condemnations of the British, accusing them of double-crossing the Zionists after their earlier deal.

These were published in the British press and no doubt caught the eye of not only the Nazis, but the German people as well, sending them a clear message as to who was behind their loss in World War I and their subsequent suffering in the wake of the Versailles “peace” conference. That the overwhelming majority of German Jews were loyal Germans and not Zionists and that many had fought for the Kaiser in World War I was brushed aside, and that was just one of the ways that the Zionists, consciously or not, contributed to the horrors that would later be suffered by their co-religionists. This subject, by the way, is forbidden on that otherwise excellent website, Mondoweiss, and raising it got me banned from commenting there by Phil Weiss many months ago.

 

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http://www.redressonline.com/2012/11/britain-must-apologise-for-the-balfour-declaration/

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