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Guns are tools. Guns are weapons. We -- the White race -- invented them.
We need to use them more, and we need to use them against the right enemy.
Gen. George Patton, maybe the greatest true American general, said this
right after the end of World War 2 in Europe: We killed the "wrong enemy."
He saw what was going on in defeated Germany and the region, and it was
disgusting and "Semitic," he said. Yes, the reality of Jewry was on full
display, and it made General Patton puke and woke him up to the Jew
infestation of the military high command and the U.S. government. He
wrote to his wife and he told his peers and friends that he would return
to the USA, get out of the military, and inform the people! Likely, he
could have been the next president in a landslide. Thus, Jewry assassinated
him there in Europe before he could return home.
Right here and right now, we need to be killing that right and true enemy
-- Jewry. Yes, Jews. They're a race, not a religion. They're a race of
mongrel DNA -- a mangey mix of all races -- the core of which they solidified
by normal racial inbreeding at least 2,000 years ago. Israel's test for
automatic citizenship is by race, not religion. The Jews are the enemy of
humanity. Read portions of their secret racial rule book, The Talmud,
and see for yourself. Big parts of that huge and most hateful book
taught by rabbis only to fellow Jews have been transcribed into English
and are freely available on the World Wide Web. (Here, and here, are two.
Get just a group of amazing excerpts here.)
If you read gun magazines, it is interesting to note some aspects of what
those magazines -- ALL owned by Jews -- say and do not say. I'm talking
about the magazines such as those by the NRA, and such titles as "American
Handgunner," and "Guns&Ammo," and so many more that you see in supermarkets,
How to kill Jews? Guns provide us the easiest way. Other ways include
them, stabbing them, injecting them with poisons, and using any other weapon
or way you can think of. As always, I say do it covertly and tell no one.
(Previous articles of advice are linked at the bottom of this site.)
"Omnes relinquite spes, o vos intrantes!"
The mangina embraced evil.
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You seem to be upset with us. We Jews will always be your masters. You are
a servant of servants. >You have no honor and being a butt pirate comes
natural for you. You do have an IQ though and it >seems to be par with the
common greenback monkey. I hope to someday piss and shit on your ashes
before we toss them in the Mediterranean Sea. Your day is coming asshole.
You'll be begging and >crying like a little girl that shit her diaper or a
full grown woman that can't get her tampon out of her >vagina. You are a
fuck up and a loser cursed by G-d and all good people every where. Nobody
loves >you. You're a misfit, a loser and a very bad person ready for
The mangina has no chance against the Guardian Angels of Israel.
the Guardian Angels of Israel.
is the USA.
without successfully extorting the USA zionist israel will be blowing bubbles in the sea.
White House To Sign Largest Military Deal In History With Israel
Posted on April 27, 2016
White house signs up for largest ever military deal with Israel
An official from the Obama administration told Reuters, “We are prepared to sign an MOU (memorandum of understanding) with Israel that would constitute the largest single pledge of military assistance to any country in US history“.
The statement came hours after 83 US senators sent a letter to President Obama, urging him to reach a military assistance deal with Israel.
“In light of Israel’s dramatically rising defense challenges, we stand ready to support a substantially enhanced new long-term agreement to help provide Israel the resources it requires to defend itself and preserve its qualitative military edge,” said the letter.
The US and Israel have been engaged in intense negotiations in recent months to outline US military aid to Israel for the next 10 years.
In February, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will wait for the next US president to take office, if the military package offered by the Obama administration does not sufficiently address Israeli security concerns, according to Israeli media.
However, Yedioth Ahronoth reported on Tuesday that Netanyahu would like to reach a military deal with Obama, fearing the uncertainty of the next US president’s positions.
TEL AVIV — To facilitate Israel’s long-term planning and spending needs, US President Barack Obama's administration is offering Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a consolidated aid package that essentially guarantees expanded top-line funding from State Department and Pentagon accounts each year for the next decade, starting in 2018.
The proposed package, a follow-on to the $30 billion, 10-year memorandum of understanding signed in 2007, would grant Israel more leeway – including reprogramming authority – over a considerably larger amount of grant aid than that provided in the current agreement.
It also appropriated $40 million in funding for a new US-Israel tunnel detection program that had not been included in the Pentagon budget.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), in a published statement on the omnibus appropriations bill for the 2016 fiscal year, commended Congress “for key provisions to help Israel address critical security challenges.”
The premier pro-Israel US lobbying group noted that the bill provided $3.1 billion in FMF as stipulated under the current MoU; added an additional $400 million over two years to the more than $1 billion in US materiel prepositioned in Israel; and extended Israel’s ability to use existing US loan guarantees for an additional four years. The bill also “expressed support for negotiating a new US-Israel memorandum of understanding,” according to the AIPAC statement.
Under the consolidated, two-track package proposal, Israel would continue to receive an as-yet-undetermined annual amount of FMF grant aid, which is funded through the State Department’s Foreign Ops account.
Israel’s annual FMF under the current MoU is $3.1 billion, which is dispersed in one lump sum at the beginning of each fiscal year. Israel is required to spend all but 26.3 percent of that amount in the US; a caveat that will not change in the follow-on MoU, sources here said.
In parallel, it would receive another as-yet-undetermined top-line amount for R&D and procurement programs traditionally earmarked as distinct line items within the Pentagon’s budget.
“I can assure you it will be the largest single pledge of military assistance to any country in US history.”
US official in Israel
An Israeli cabinet minister told Defense News that the Obama administration’s proposed package would start at $3.8 billion for the first two or three years and grow incrementally until it reached a combined 10-year total of “more than $40 billion.”
His numbers could not be confirmed by other Israeli or US officials, who declined to discuss details other than to acknowledge that the sides have not yet reached agreement on ultimate funding levels.
“We’re committed to concluding a package that meets Israel’s very real security requirements and addresses our very real budgetary constraints,” a US official here told Defense News.
“Without getting into numbers, I can assure you it will be the largest single pledge of military assistance to any country in US history. The president has pledged to support Israel’s security needs and it’s in our interest that we do so,” he added.
Early last week, Israel’s Ha’aretz newspaper reported that Netanyahu told his security cabinet that wide gaps remained between the American offer and the amount needed to meet Israel’s expanded security requirements. If negotiators could not reach a top-line funding level satisfactory to Israel, Netanyahu reportedly said he would wait to conclude a deal with the president who succeeds Obama.
Israeli reports in recent months have cited $5 billion per year as the amount needed to preserve Israel’s congressionally mandated qualitative military edge (QME) over regional adversaries, especially Iran.
Israeli officials have publicly and repeatedly cited the lifting of sanctions associated with the so-called P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran, which will enable Tehran to reinvest in arming its own military and that of its regional terrorist proxies. Moreover, concern over a resurgent Iran is driving accelerated military modernization in Saudi Arabia and other Sunni Gulf states, something officials here say Israel must take into account regardless of the unofficial thaw over the common Iranian threat.
“Yes, there’s a convergence of interest on some key issues between us and many of the Gulf states. But that doesn’t mean we can ignore the tremendous amount of sophisticated military hardware that is flowing into a region where instability is rife and regimes can change,” said an Israeli Foreign Ministry official.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last month, Netanyahu said whatever aid levels Israel manages to negotiate with Washington would pale in comparison to the funds available to Iran as a result of the nuclear deal.
“Iran’s going to get about $100 billion now,” Netanyahu told CNN's Fareed Zakaria. “The American assistance to Israel is about $3.1 billion and we’re talking about a bigger package. But remember that even over a 10-year period, it pales in comparison to the enormous funds Iran gets.”
Netanyahu did not mention, nor did Zakaria clarify that funds to become available to Iran as a result of the nuclear deal were Iranian funds frozen due to sanctions.
“This is a real discussion that’s taking place as we speak about a follow-on aid package for Israel … We’re talking about military support, not the economic support; I’ve ruled that out. In fact, in my first term as prime minister, I ruled out economic aid and said we’ll be able to carry our own weight. We don’t need economic welfare. We know how to build our own economy. But in terms of protecting Israel … I think we’ll probably reach a successful agreement; I hope in the coming months,” Netanyahu said.
In a Feb. 8 interview on Israel Army Radio, Zeev Elkin, a cabinet minister from Netanyahu’s Likud party, said Israel still awaits a “realistic” offer from the US.
“When the accord with Iran passed, the US president pledged that he would do everything to provide a proper response for Israeli security,” Elkin said. When pressed, Elkin acknowledged the “possibility” that Netanyahu would wait for the next president to conclude the follow-on deal.
“Without the right number, we won’t sign,” a former Cabinet member told Defense News. “But if the number is good enough, we should conclude the agreement with this administration. We started with them and we should try to finish it with them.”