Revisionist Zionists aka; [House Of Rothschild] want you to believe, that they are the choosen people and “Israel” is the land of their so-called birthright.
Before he became known a David Al-roy his name was Menahem born in Khazaria (Caucasus Mountains). His father, Solomon Ben Duji began this movement by sending letters to the “jews” stating that Palestine was their birthright, he later took the name Elijah and said his son was the Messiah.
In 1527 the Jews of Prague began to use the Star of David (David Al-roy) as their Flag a pentagram or “Seal of Solomon” Later used by Freemason/Zionist Theodor Herzl in 1898 at the start of the modern Zionist Movement.
(Pусский / English Subtitles) President Vladimir Putin addressed a meeting of Russian ambassadors and permanent representatives in Moscow. He spoke about the ineffectiveness of “bomb and missile diplomacy” which was made apparent by the so called Arab Spring which became an Arab Hell. He also outlines the solution for peace.
“You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass.”
– Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto WWII
OBAMA was stealthed into Harvard by billionaire and radical Muslim Khalid al-Mansou. Khalid al-Mansour, an advisor to Saudi Prince and two Saudi billionaires. Al-Mansour has been involved with the Saudis ever since in promoting stealth Jihad in America and promoting Wahhabi extremism.
States may make whatever laws they wish (consistent with their State Constitutions) except as prohibited by the US Constitution.
Only Laws made by Congress, which are pursuant to the Constitution, qualify as part of the General Government Law of the Land.
The Sovereign State of Arizona recently made a law which provides for the cooperative enforcement – with the federal government – of federal immigration laws throughout Arizona. The People of Arizona are suffering terribly from massive Invasions of their Southern Border; and because the federal government refuses to repel the Invasions, the People of Arizona are forced to defend themselves.
“Some big names on Wall Street are eager to step out of the spotlight after enduring years of financial-crisis turbulence and negative attention from politicians and protesters, said Peter Ressler, the chief executive of RMG Search.”
Although the managing director of the International Monetary Fund publicly praised her and spoke of the Fund’s own responsibility to show efficiency in its financial dealings, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) insisted she would stand by her legislation to rescind the $100 billion Congress voted to give the IMF in 2009.
“Director [Christine] LaGarde has taken the IMF in a better direction, and I appreciate her efforts to make the IMF more open and transparent to Congress and the American public,” said McMorris Rodgers, who met with the IMF chief in December to discuss problems lawmakers had with the financial titan.
But, the vice chairman of the House Republican Conference told Human Events, “I will continue to advocate for my bill because it’s not only in the best interest of American taxpayers, but it will help motivate our European allies to make the tough decisions to get their fiscal house in order.”
“There cannot be a true global economic recovery until spending and borrowing come down in Europe, America, and throughout the world. The IMF can best serve its members by helping them achieve fiscal discipline. The U.S. Congress can play a role too.”
McMorris Rodgers’s remarks came hours after LaGarde told Human Events that “no country has ever lost money on the IMF” and that it is important that “the leading economic power in the world has to have a leadership role” in the Fund during the current times of economic turmoil. Speaking to us at the regular IMF/World Bank meeting in Washington, LaGarde also agreed that “I don’t think the excellent, productive meeting I have had with Cathy McMorris Rodgers, who understands the issues very well, is sufficient to withdraw her proposed bill.”
Officially H.R. 2313, McMorris-Rodgers’s legislation so far has 93 co-sponsors in the U.S. House of Representatives.
McMorris Rodgers also said she looks forward “to continuing to work with Director LaGarde on how we can make the IMF and the Congress more effective in bolstering the global economy.”
- McMorris Rodgers stands by bill to revoke U.S. funding for IMF (humanevents.com)
- Veepstakes 2012: Cathy McMorris Rodgers becoming a House stalwart (humanevents.com)
- Obama’s IMF bailout dodge (thehill.com)
- IMF Boss Lagarde, Who Lectured Greeks to ‘Pay Up’, Pays No Taxes Herself | Common Dreams (2012indyinfo.com)
- IMF Misses Fund-Raising Target (247wallst.com)
- Christine Lagarde, scourge of tax evaders, pays no tax (guardian.co.uk)
- Greece can do without the ‘sympathy’ the IMF has shown Niger | Nick Dearden (guardian.co.uk)
Senator Christopher Dodd (D-Conn) is at the center of negotiations shaping a bill that he promises will add transparency to the complicated, furtive world of financial derivatives, but he cannot remember how much he paid for his house on 10 waterfront acres in Ireland. No wonder confidence in government’s competence continues to erode.