Palestine was already in bloom BEFORE it was invaded by the Khazar cutthroats, or as the propaganda went, 'A land without people for people without a land.'
So, on the eve of the partition resolution, in which the United Nations proposed to allocate 55 percent of the land to Jewish Palestine (including those parts that produced most of Palestine's leading crops, with the sole exception of the olive crop), and 45% to Arab Palestine, Palestinian Arabs were producing:All Das Juden had to do--besides bribing the UN--was to click their Storm Trooper boots together 3 times and say loudly, over and over, Holocau$t™Holocau$t™Holocau$t™ and Palestine was stolen from the indigenous Palestinians.
92% of Palestine's grain
86% of its grapes
99% of its olives
77 % of its vegetables
95% of its melons
more than 99% of its tobacco
and 60% of its bananas.
Germany's Holocaust Payoff to Israel and World Jewry72 years after the end of WW III, Germany is still occupied by Zionists who have and continue to ransack that industrious nation for money, goods, equipment and most important, those NINE subs that Germany has built for Apartheid Israel.
The passions and propaganda of wartime normally diminish with the passage of time. A striking exception is the Holocaust campaign, which seems to grow more pervasive as the years go by. One lucrative expression of this seemingly endless campaign has been Germany's massive and historically unparalleled reparations payoff to Israel and world Jewry for the alleged collective sins of the German people during the Hitler era. Between 1953 and 1992, the Federal Republic of (West) Germany paid out more than $35 billion in reparations to the Zionist state and to millions of individual "victims of National Socialism."
How did this remarkable program get started? How lucrative has it been? What does it suggest about the "six million" figure? And what are its social and political implications?...
The Payoff for Israel
The agreement meant economic security for the new Zionist state, as Goldmann explained in his autobiography:
What the Luxembourg Agreement meant to Israel is for the historians of the young state to determine. That the goods Israel received from Germany were a decisive economic factor in its development is beyond doubt. I do not know what economic dangers might have threatened Israel at critical moments if it had not been for German supplies. Railways and telephones, dock installations and irrigation plants, whole areas of industry and agriculture, would not be where they are today without the reparations from Germany. And hundreds of thousands of Jewish victims of Nazism have received considerable sums under the law of restitution. /11
Goldman said in 1976:
Without the German reparations, the State of Israel would not have the half of its present infrastructure: every train in Israel is German, the ships are German, as well as the electricity, a large part of the industry ... without mentioning the individual pensions paid to the survivors ... In certain years, the amount of money received by Israel from Germany exceeds the total amount of money collected from international Jewry-two or three times as much. /12
As a result of the West German reparations program, wrote Jewish historian Walter Laqueur:
The ships laden with German capital goods began to call at Haifa regularly and unfailingly, becoming an important -- ultimately a decisive -- factor in the building up of the country. Today  the Israeli fleet is almost entirely "made in Germany," as are its modern railway equipment, the big steel foundry near Acre, and many other enterprises. During the 50's and early 60's about one-third of investment goods imported into Israel came from Germany ... In addition to all this, many individual Israelis received restitution privately. /13
It is difficult to exaggerate the impact of the program: the five power plants built and installed by Germany between 1953 and 1956 quadrupled Israel's electric-power-generating capacity. Germans laid 280 kilometers of giant pipelines (2.25 and 2.5 meters in diameter) for the irrigation of the Negev (which certainly helped to "make the desert bloom"). The Zionist state acquired 65 German- built ships, including four passenger vessels. /14
Subs that are probably equipped with American made Tomahawk cruise missiles, with nuclear war heads, supplied again by the USA, thru deceit, treachery and outfight theft.
Israel also got help from Palestinians, tossed into concentration camps and forced to work on land that was once their home.
On Israel's little-known concentration and labor camps in 1948-1955They too helped the Negev to bloom, many paying for that 'privilege' with their life.
The facts are these.
The study – to be published in the upcoming issue of the Journal of Palestine Studies – relies on almost 500 pages of International Committee of the Red Cross's (ICRC) reports written during the 1948 war, that were declassified and made available to the public in 1996, and accidentally discovered by one of the authors in 1999.
Furthermore, testimonies of 22 former Palestinian civilian detainees of these camps were collected by the authors, through interviews they conducted themselves in 2002, or documented by others during different moments of time.
With these sources of information, the authors, as they put it, pieced together a clearer story of how Israel captured and imprisoned “thousands of Palestinian civilians as forced laborers,” and exploited them “to support its war-time economy.”
The only 'blooms' that the Khazar thieves were/are capable of is making bombs bloom over Palestine, continuing on their long-planned genocide of Palestine.