Monday, January 11, 2010

More Money and Weapons from Uncle Sucker to Apartheid Israel

An Israeli STORM TROOPER looking for more victims

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Looks like Apartheid Israel is getting to go on another of its murderous rampages against either Gaza or Lebanon. Take your pick.

With Israeli Shin Bet ops firing mortars and rockets back into Israel from Gaza that as usual, land in the desert, hurting no one and Israel's psychotic leaders shooting Gazans for sport, the world's largest concentration camp might be in for another 'Operation Eat Lead.'

An IOF T-Shirt that was popular among those killers during the most recent Gaza onslaught

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But Lebanon might be the target with Israel still stuck in the middle of a drought and Lebanon's River Litani looking might appealing, the IOF Murder Machine might get head North and do what they do best; kill women, children and unarmed men, letting Israel do what it does best; rob, kill and steal from others.
US to Double Amount of Military Stockpiles in Israel

The publication Defense News reports the US Army will double the value of emergency military equipment it stockpiles on Israeli soil and that Israel will be allowed to use the US ordnance if needed. The $800 million stockpile will include missiles, armored vehicles, aerial ammunition and artillery ordnance.
We have money to murder the innocent to help prop up Apartheid Israel, but no money for our own roads, bridges, schools, disabled vets and the millions and millions of American families that have lost their homes to Wall Street con artists?

As Americans struggle to keep their homes, jobs and to put food on the table, taxpayers are being forced (where was the referendum on it? AIPAC-beholden-Congress decided for you.) to shovel billions in taxpayer money to the state of Israel. Some of this money goes to fund illegal settlements (violation of Article 49, Fourth Geneva Conventions) which are built for Jews only - an exercise in supremacism that wouldn't stand the light of day in the good ole USA. See also, Special tax write-offs, US Aid to Israel, More on US Aid to Israel.

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"I've never seen a President — I don't care who he is — stand up to them. It just boggles the mind. They always get what they want. The Israelis know what is going on all the time. I got to the point where I wasn't writing anything down. If the American people understood what a grip these people have got on our government, they would RISE UP IN ARMS. Our citizens certainly don't have any idea what goes on."

Thomas H. Moorer (1912 - 2004)
Admiral, US Navy & Chairman

Joint Chiefs of Staff during interview on 24 August 1983

State of Israel Bonds

Purchasers now include more than 1,700 labor unions, over 1,800 foundations, and numerous states, municipalities, corporations, insurance companies, associations, union pension funds, banks, financial institutions, universities, synagogues, and private investors. Over 70 state and municipal public employee pension and treasury funds have invested more than $1 billion in the bonds.

United States

Half of the states in the US have invested in State of Israel bonds. Most recently, on December 8, 2009, New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli announced a $20 million purchase from the state's common retirement fund

In January 2009, the State of Illinois purchased $10 million worth of Israel bonds. Illinois State Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias said, "This is a good way to safely diversity our portfolio, especially during a time when some of our other investment options aren't generating as much revenue because of the market fluctuations here in the United States." Giannoulias stated the Israel bonds will mature in three years with a 2.43 percent rate of return, compared to U.S. government bonds yielding a 1.51 percent return during the same period.

On September 18, 2008, the city and state of New York each announced their intention to purchase $15 million in Israel bonds.

In 2007 Florida adopted a bill authorizing county and local governments throughout the state to invest surplus funds in Israel bonds. On January 25, 2009,Florida Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink announced the state would invest an additional $5 million in State of Israel bonds.

In 2007,New Mexico announced the purchase of $5 million in Israel bonds, adding to the $10 million that the State purchased in 2003.

In 2003, the State of New Jersey pension system purchased $20 million in bonds. In 2005, the Texas Treasury purchased $2 million in the bonds, bringing its total investments to $20 million, and Louisiana purchased $5 million.


Luckily for Israel that hundreds of billions in stolen American pension funds and 401k accounts money MADOFF to Israel so that Apartheid nightmare can pay interest on the bonds.

5 comments:

  1. Almost unbelievable. I'm having a hard time finding anything about TN's bond 'investments.' Find anything about Missouri?

    It seems as if the few divestment campaigns have sometimes backfired.

    http://www.endtheoccupation.org/article.php?id=123

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  2. Hey GB,.. Fuck Isis-Ra-El and I deny the HOLOCAUST.TM. If they could find a Shemitic person in that fuck hole I'd be anti the bastard, just for israhell of it!

    PG.

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  3. If these looters keep it up they will have sucked that great white hope the "American Tax Payer" completely dry. They're both stupid AND evil, but you know what they say about the best laid plans..... when you reach the top the only direction left to go is DOWN!

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  4. The part about all those unions buying Israel bonds blew my away.

    I don't think our firefighter's union invested in Israeli bonds, but you can't tell by looking at a sheet of investments.

    You'd have to go deep behind the fronts and find out who it really was staging the business.

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  5. Don't know about MO investements in Israel, but I do know that several years ago, MO's treasurer, Sarah Steelman was pulling money out of Iranian investments.

    I emailed her and asked what her authority was and where the money go re-invested, but guess what, she never replied.

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