Saturday 23 May 2015


ED Noor:
"It is our duty to force all mankind to accept the seven Noahide laws, and if not ~ they will be killed." ~ Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburg 

If you have ever wondered who this handsome rabbi flashing the satanic handsign in the above rather popular photo is, now you know. It is the above-quoted Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsberg. Nice guy. Guess he was at a rock concert... or a Longhhorns football game.
Israel and its supporters are leading a charge to rewrite how international law defines crimes against humanity to create more leeway for military attacks that kill large numbers of civilians, a bitterly ironic development. This is a HUGE step forward in the conquest of the planet in terms of the NWO/JWO as planned by the cabal. It would further the positioning of Jerusalem ad the center of international law as was stated and planned for with the creation of the Israeli Law Court, full of Masonic and Kabalist symbolism, by the owners of Israel, the Rothschilds.

Painting at the entrance of the Supreme Court ~ The Rothschilds with Shimon Perez and Isaac Rabin

That is just one small connection and accounts greatly for the assault on Jerusalem and the total conquest of Palestine lands.  The author points out more pertinent concerns in the article below.

The thug government of Israel is going to be even more of a nightmare than ever before. In hidden corridors and back rooms the pressure to obey Israel’s every whim will become thunderous and the threats even more overt because you know we, the public, know barely a hundredth of this nation’s vile assaults on our planet. The Sampson Option is more widely used to get Israel its was over the years than we care to even imagine.

Just imagine. One law. Everywhere. For everyone. But the chosen of course. Noahide for all.  

By Lawrence Davidson
May 23, 2015

The promulgation of International law addressing crimes against humanity was one of the major legal achievements resulting from World War II. As Robert Jackson, the lead American prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials put it, the crimes bred by that conflict were “so malignant, and so devastating that civilization cannot tolerate their being ignored, because it cannot survive their being repeated.”

Crimes against humanity include government-initiated or -assisted policies or practices resulting in massacre, dehumanization, unjust imprisonment, extrajudicial punishments, torture, racial/ethnic persecution, and other such acts. In reference to the last-cited crime, in 1976 the United Nations General Assembly declared the systematic persecution of one racial group by another (for instance, the practice of apartheid) to be a crime against humanity.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a security meeting with senior Israeli Defense Forces commanders near Gaza on July 21, 2014. (Israel government photo)

Given the origins of this body of law, it comes as a shock that there are now a number of countries that would like to weaken, and perhaps even do away with, this category of law. These states claim that terrorism, and the so-called war against it, have changed the international environment so greatly that laws designed to protect us all from crimes against humanity are now tying the hands of those who regard terrorism as the present greatest threat to civilization.

While this argument may have some headway with certain governments and populations, it is a distortion of facts and a mangling of history. (ED Noor: Nothing new there! Some people seem to believe that history took place only to be rewritten in their favour ~ hence, the greater the rewriting, the greater the necessity of maintaining the original false premise.) The vast majority of crimes against humanity require a level of organization and force only found with the state. This fact was brought out during World War II to such a degree that it could no longer be ignored.

On the other hand, the crimes of small groups of terrorists may indeed be heinous, but even at their worst they do not come close, in terms of numbers affected, to the crimes of states. For governments to decry laws attempting to rein in their own major crimes as impediments against their efforts to battle those perpetrating, in comparison, relatively lesser crimes, is more propaganda than truth.

Take for example the State of Israel. The fact that Israel is among those states, perhaps the main state, attempting to do away with the laws protecting us all from crimes against humanity should come as yet another shock. 

How can a state that loudly proclaims that its reason for being is the protection of all Jews, seek to undermine laws that were, in good part, promulgated in response to the brutal persecution of Jews?

Part of the answer to this question may have to do with the fact that Israel does not represent all Jews, but only those who adhere to the Zionist ideology ~ the ideology of the Israeli state ~ and it is with the well-being of these Jews that the state appears most concerned.

As for the alleged danger to all Jews (for instance, the resurgence of anti-Semitism), one suspects that Israel’s leaders use this as a pretense to pursue policies and practices relevant only to the State of Israel and its guiding ideology. And these policies and practices happen to consistently contravene the laws proscribing crimes against humanity.

The Israelis are not very secretive about this. Take, for instance, Moshe Yaalon, the present Israeli Defense Minister and one of those actively working against international law referencing crimes against humanity.

At a recent conference entitled “Towards a New Law of War,” sponsored by Shurat HaDin (an organization of Israeli lawyers operating internationally to defend Israeli military and civilian practices which violate international law), Yaalon declared that in any future with conflict with Lebanon, Israel

“will hurt Lebanese civilians including kids of the family …  . We did it in the Gaza Strip, we are going to do it in any round of hostilities in the future.”
ED Noor: Do you still maintain that the constant assault on Palestinian children or the number of bullets through the necks of thesw young are just coincidental?

His excuse for this criminal position is that organizations such as Hezbollah and Hamas allegedly hide their soldiers and weapons in densely populated urban areas. However, journalists on the ground have found this to be false.
Yaalon also held out the prospect of using nuclear weapons against Iran sometime in the future. 

The fact that present international law holds such actions to be crimes against humanity is the reason Israel seeks to undermine such law and create a “new law of war.

Another indicator that Israel will continue to defy this aspect of international law is the recent appointment of Ayelet Shaked as Minister of Justice in the newly formed government of Benjamin Netanyahu. Shaked has declared that Israel is at war with the entire Palestinian people and therefore they all should be destroyed, “including its elderly and its women, its cities and its villages, its property and its infrastructure.” Shaked is a deceptively innocent-looking woman. Her behavior, however, calls to mind Oscar Wilde’s The Portrait of Dorian Gray. 

Major Western nations seem ready to support Israel in this effort, even though it clearly encourages a new era of state-sponsored barbarism. For instance, the U.S. government has consistently protected Israel’s criminal behaviour from United Nations condemnation by using its veto in the Security Council.

The British government has restricted the use of “universal jurisdiction,” an aspect of international law that allows victims of war crimes to initiate prosecution against responsible individuals in any country that is a signatory of the Geneva Conventions. In order to exempt indictable Israelis, the UK has declared that only its Director of Public Prosecutions (always a politically malleable individual), rather than trial judges confronted with strong evidence, can issue universal jurisdiction arrest warrants.

The governments of Canada and several European states are attempting to criminalize the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement which seeks to pressure a change in Israeli policies toward Palestinians. And on it goes.

The average citizen is either ignorant of or misinformed about the growing danger to an aspect of international law that protects us all. And that is too bad, because it is the average citizen who will always suffer the most from the commission of crimes against humanity.

Beyond the dangers of ignorance and misinformation, there is the ongoing problem of nationalism. The laws allowing for the prosecution of those who commit crimes against humanity were instituted at a time when most nations were so mindful of the barbarism of World War II that their leaders were willing to let go of a bit of their national sovereignty to create potentially meaningful international law. However, they would not go so far as to create an international police force with truly independent operating powers.

It has been 70 years since the end of World War II and nationalism is as strong as ever, while the memory of its barbaric capabilities has faded ~ despite isolated reminders offered by the multitude of small wars that come and go almost yearly.

So we are embedded in a cycle of violence, led astray by our faulty memories and national hatreds. By now we should know better, but we don’t.

1 comment:

  1. actually the Gog & Magog "Proselytes" to Talmudic Judaism will never be

    "ISRAEL"...{Gen. 49 & Deut. 32}

    all so-called "Jews" can stop being "Jewish" by knowing the Truth about
    the "Jewish" narrative which is a direct violation of the 9th Commandment

    Jesus said to put the "JEWS" in the OVENS of Truth @ Matthew 13:39-43
    only the word TARES is used because the word "JEW" wasn't invented until the
    18th century AD....

    {no Dallas Cowboys at the Alamo, No "Jews" in the OT}

    Truth isn't on Holiday




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