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HUGE victory in Chicago: Rahm is now on the ropes

Posted by Vatic Master

 

Vatic Note: In case anyone has forgotten, Rahm was Obama’s first chief of staff when he was inaugurated as President of the United States. Rahm was the one who made the phrase “NEVER LET A GOOD CRISIS GO TO WASTE” when he was chief of staff, and he did not ever let a good crisis go to waste. Now he is doing the same thing for Chicago. This is up because this will be our first opportunity to stop the cabal in its tracks and to do so within the system instead of using the last resort.

This election is about a lot more than just the mayorial race, its about whether Americans are going to start taking these people seriously before they pull off another JFK assassination on someone we trust and can rely on to represent us as was intended when the Constitution and Bill of Rights were passed.

 

Remember Rahm is a soldier in the IDF of a foreign country, and not in our military. His loyalties will always be with the Khazars in Israel and not with the USA. And don’t forget, his brother Ezekiel Emmanuel is a Eugenicist and advisor to Obama on Obamacare.

Then remember also his father worked as a terrorist for Israel way back in the 40’s. Also remember, Rahm was Obama’s partner in those Chicago gay bath houses. We did a whole blog on that one way back when Obama ran and won office. We found out about it after the election and not before. I came from the midwest and was horrified when Rahm won mayor of Chicago. Now there is a chance to send a BIG MESSAGE to the multibillionaires that own him, that he will not be mayor, no matter how much money they throw into the race and try to buy votes. I won’t work. Time for us to make our stand now…..

Per this article:
CHICAGO — Rahm Emanuel was dealt a tough political blow on Tuesday, after he was forced into a runoff election to hold onto his seat as mayor of the Windy City.”
http://www.fourwinds10.net/siterun_data/government/elections/news.php?q=1424974973

http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2015/03/huge-victory-in-chicago-rahm-is-now-on.html

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B.B's is an arrogant SOB, isn't he?:

He thinks like this:

"What's mine, is mine, What's yours, is negotiable..."

I hope Israelis see the light, and bin him in the election

Else, Mossad may need to "do the job" afterwards

 

Netanyahu Says Israel Will Not Cede Territory To Palestinians

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JERUSALEM (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that Israel will not cede any territory due to the current climate in the Middle East, appearing to rule out the establishment of a Palestinian state.

 

Netanyahu's comments, which came as he sought to appeal to hard-liners ahead of national elections next week, rejected a key goal of the international community and bode poorly for reviving peace efforts if he is re-elected.

"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that any evacuated territory would fall into the hands of Islamic extremism and terror organizations supported by Iran. Therefore, there will be no concessions and no withdrawals. It is simply irrelevant," read a statement released by his Likud party.

Netanyahu's office said the statement reflected the prime minister's long-held position.

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Ben Fulford: Bibi's "Political Suicide":

 

"There are now many undeniable signs that a historical black swan event is imminent. The exact nature of this event is uncertain but it involves the end of a system of governance dating back thousands of years and the emergence of a new paradigm for humanity. Since the global occult leadership links their machinations to celestial events, there is a possibility this event will be connected to the March 19th super moon and the March 20th solar eclipse.

 

This comes after a March 17th election in Israel that is expected to end Zionazi rule of that nation. The humiliation of Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu during his uninvited US visit last week was a clear indication of this. His speech was not broadcast by the main US news networks and was greeted with anti-Nentanyahu demonstrations by Jews in New York and Israel. To top it off, a former Mossad chief accused him of persistently lying about the so-called “Iran threat.” It is even possible Netanyahu was secretly ordered to commit political suicide with that speech.

...."

 

> http://benjaminfulfo...event-imminent/

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MSNBC - ‎3 hours ago‎
When House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to deliver a speech to a joint session of Congress, the plan was intended to boost their collective ambitions. Boehner would use Netanyahu to undermine ...
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The consequences of the misstep are still unfolding. Take the latest poll of Israeli voters, less than a week from their national elections, for example.
Isaac Herzog’s Zionist Union has maintained its 24-to-21-seat lead against Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud in the Knesset Channel’s latest poll, suggesting that the prime minister’s speech to Congress last week hasn’t buoyed his party before the March 17 election. […]
Zionist Union is the joint slate of Herzog’s Labor Party and Tzipi Livni’s Hatnuah. The station’s previous poll came out just before Netanyahu’s speech to the U.S. Congress a week ago.

In case it’s not obvious, any set of national elections are going to be multi-faceted, and it’s difficult to draw a straight line between the prime minister’s congressional address and his reduced support in Israel. That said, the polling suggests Netanyahu was in better shape, politically, before last week’s controversial U.S. trip.
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It would be great, if the act of supreme arrogance was BBs' undoing !
Would you buy a used sofa from this guy?

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The Voters are "Tired of Bibi"

 

 

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Likud officials blame Netanyahu for poor poll results

Officials in PM's party aren't waiting for the election results:

To them, it's already clear the campaign was a 'colossal failure,' thanks to Netanyahu.

By Jonathan Lis | Mar. 13, 2015 |
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Likud officials aren’t waiting for the election results. On Wednesday, following less than favorable polls, senior officials labeled the election campaign a failure, and blamed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the party’s poor showing in the polls ahead of Election Day on Tuesday.

 

“The Zionist Union will be larger than Likud after the election. This, it seems, is already a fact. The question is what the gap between the two will be. Even if we manage to form the next government, this campaign was a colossal failure. Netanyahu is primarily responsible,” said a senior Likud member.

 

“Everything went through him during this election season, and the situation isn’t good. The election campaign didn’t function. Netanyahu kept Likud ministers far from decisions,” the senior party figure said. “His excessive focus [on himself in the campaign] and his lack of faith in the party’s Knesset members prompted him to staff the campaign with people who haven’t proven themselves.”

 

Another Likud official said, “Netanyahu was shown to be a very weak card in this election. He decided to put himself at the front, and forgot that he has an excellent team of ministers and MKs behind him. The public hardly saw them. It turns out the public is weary of Netanyahu, but he didn’t think that was a good enough reason to scale back his presence in the campaign.”

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> http://www.haaretz.com/news/israel-election-2015/.premium-1.646709

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Tzipi Tipped by Bibi

 

JERUSALEM, March 12 (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched a last-minute media blitz on Thursday to counter what appears to be a rising tide of support for his main opponent in next week's election, the centrist Zionist Union.

The latest opinion polls show momentum shifting to Zionist Union after weeks of running neck-and-neck with Netanyahu's right-wing Likud, and the premier again warned voters who have abandoned his party for like-minded challengers that without their votes, he could lose.

Forecast to win up to 24 seats to Likud's 21 in the 120-member parliament, Zionist Union hopes the gap will be wide enough to persuade Israel's president to ask its leader, Labor party chief Isaac Herzog, rather than Netanyahu, to try to form a coalition government after Tuesday's balloting.

"If we don't close the gap in the coming days, there is certainly a risk that Tzipi Livni and Bougie Herzog will be the next prime ministers," Netanyahu told Channel 2 in one of two primetime television interviews, using Herzog's nickname.

 

> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/12/israel-election-poll_n_6857626.html

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Why Israelis are tired of Netanyahu

 

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Voters know normalcy is an illusion, but they want a leader who can give them a few days of peace

without talking about constant vigilance and regional deterrence.

> http://www.haaretz.com/blogs/jerusalem-babylon/.premium-1.646674

 

(Bibi & his dangerous policies CAUSES the very stress they are all feeling)

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Israel election: A time for change?

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Isaac Herzog's Zionist Union list is on track to take 24 seats to Likud's 21, according to a poll …



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http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/03/12/shockwaves-part-iii/

 

Shockwaves (Part III)

 

Benjamin Netanyahu was meeting in at Finks bar in Jerusalem, a well-known Mossad watering-hole. Here is what he said as taken directly from the transcript of the recording which was witnessed and has been 100% fully authenticated:

“If we get caught they will just replace us with persons of the same cloth. So it doesn’t matter what you do, America is a Golden Calf and we will suck it dry, chop it up, and sell it off piece by piece until there is nothing left but the World’s biggest welfare state that we will create and control. Why? Because it’s god’s will and America is big enough to take the hit so we can do it again, again and again. This is what we do to countries that we hate. We destroy them very slowly and make them suffer for refusing to be our slaves

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http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/03/12/shockwaves-part-iii/

 

Shockwaves (Part III)

 

Benjamin Netanyahu was meeting in at Finks bar in Jerusalem, a well-known Mossad watering-hole. Here is what he said as taken directly from the transcript of the recording which was witnessed and has been 100% fully authenticated:

“If we get caught they will just replace us with persons of the same cloth. So it doesn’t matter what you do, America is a Golden Calf and we will suck it dry, chop it up, and sell it off piece by piece until there is nothing left but the World’s biggest welfare state that we will create and control. Why? Because it’s god’s will and America is big enough to take the hit so we can do it again, again and again. This is what we do to countries that we hate. We destroy them very slowly and make them suffer for refusing to be our slaves

 

That's horrible.

Maybe that's why some loyal Americans now want to see him destroyed.

Totally removed from the political landscape.

Maybe left doing something like selling secondhand furniture in Gaza,

being hectored by his monstrous wife.

Even that would be better than he deserves

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"Anybody but Bibi"

 

 

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/03/13/netanyahu-is-almost-certainly-out-of-the-political-landscape-good-riddance-2/

 

Netanyahu Is Almost Certainly Out of the Political Landscape…Good Riddance

 

The man must be really sad at this moment because he thought he could have fooled people once again. He moved the hearts and minds of at least fifty Republicans, who ended up signing a letter to Iran saying that a nuclear deal will not last. But Netanyahu once again probably did not calculate that this could backfire very badly. Get this:

More than 155,000 people by Wednesday had signed a petition to the White House urging charges be filed against 47 Republican senators who they say committed ‘treasonous’ offenses by writing Iran’s leaders about ongoing nuclear negotiations.”

Zionist puppet John McCain seemed to have a second thought because the letter did not help the Zionist cause. “I think we probably should have had more discussion about it, given the blowback that there is,” he lamented.[

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It gets worse. People in Israel simply are exhausted as well.

Opponents in Israel are currently saying “Anyone but Bibi.” Others are simply tired of being manipulated by the Israeli regime.

“Machne Yehuda has been known for decades as a stronghold of support for the Likud, Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing ruling party.”

But that is changing very quickly. One voter declared, “I’ve always voted for the Likud, but I’m giving up. The politicians are all liars.”[14] J. J. Goldberg of the Jewish Daily Forward has recently written.

 

I hope they go after McCain next.

He should also be embarrassed and "removed from the political landscape".

Maybe cleaning urinals in a VA hospital.

That way he can be insulted by those whose lives he ruined

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More than 155,000 people by Wednesday had signed a petition to the White House urging charges be filed against 47 Republican senators who they say committed ‘treasonous’ offenses by writing Iran’s leaders about ongoing nuclear negotiations.”

 

 

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/file-charges-against-47-us-senators-violation-logan-act-attempting-undermine-nuclear-agreement/NKQnpJS9

 

Over 281000 at present.

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It is great to see this reaction.

This should put the silver spike on Netanyahu's political future - he is poison in the USA now.

 

There are some real villains on that list: McCain, Graham,...

These SCUM-bags belong in prison

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Bibi's Future Plans revealed:

 

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Why I hope Israel’s elections will give Netanyahu a fourth term as prime minister

 

Posted by Alan Hart on March 14, 2015

Netanyahu is a disaster for Zionism so let's have more of him.

 

If Israel continues on its present course will the future see the emergence of a Zionist equivalent of ISIS?

Because a two-state solution in the shape and form the Palestinians could accept has long been dead, killed by Israel’s colonization of the occupied West Bank, an enterprise best described as on-going ethnic cleansing slowly and by stealth, a bi-national state is the only hope for a political resolution of the conflict.

The creation of a bi-national state would put under one territorial roof the land of Israel prior to the 1967 war, the occupied West Bank and the besieged Gaza Strip.

In theory and principle a real and true by-national state would be one in which ALL of its citizens enjoyed equal political and all other civil and human rights.

Because the day is approaching when the Arabs of Israel-Palestine will outnumber the Jews, the creation of a bi-national state would therefore lead the de-Zionization of Palestine and, to quote to Meir Dagan again, “the end of the Zionist dream”.

Question: If Netanyahu stays in power, and given that he is not remotely interested in peace on terms the Palestinians could accept whether in two states or one, what are his options for defusing the demographic time-bomb of occupation and keeping Zionism alive?

The strategy he has been working on for many months is to have Mohammed Dahlan, the former Fatah leader in Gaza, replace Mahmoud Abbas as president of the Palestinian Authority
In Gaza Dahlan plotted with Israel and its American protector to destroy Hamas. But things didn’t go as planned. Hamas became aware of the Israeli and American backed Dahlan coup in-the-making and launched a pre-emptive strike to drive Fatah’s forces out of the Gaza Strip.

Then, in June 2011, Dahlan was expelled from Fatah because of the widespread belief, given voice by Abbas, that he, Dahlan, was the one who did Mossad’s bidding and administered the polonium that killed Arafat.

Three months later, fearing that Dahlan was plotting against him, Abbas ordered the Palestinian police to raid his home and arrest his private armed guards. (No doubt some of them were Israeli assets).

In the past year or so, in regular contact with one or two of Netanyahu’s most trusted aides, Dahlan has been planning his comeback and is seeking to replace Abbas as president of the PA.
What does Netanyahu think Dahlan could do for Zionism?

My guess is that be believes President Dahlan would be prepared to use force to compel the Palestinians to accept whatever crumbs they were offered from Zionism’s table – a few Bantustans here and there which they could call a state if they wished.

Though such a scenario might play well in Netanyahu’s warped mind, it is totally divorced from reality (par for his course). There is no power on earth or anywhere else that could force the occupied and oppressed Palestinians to surrender to Zionism’s will. Their incredible almost superhuman steadfastness for the past 67 years says so.

It follows that if the elections about to take place give him the opportunity to cobble together a new coalition to enable him to continue in office as prime minister, Netanyahu will have to come up with another way of defusing the demographic time-bomb of occupation and the real threat it poses to the existence of the Zionist state.

On the basis of his performance in recent weeks I think it’s not unreasonable to speculate that Netanyahu would begin a fourth term as prime minister by entertaining the hope that the creeping transformation of anti-Israelism into anti-Semitism will gather momentum and cause more and more European Jews to flee to Israel.

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The latest and the last of the pre-election polls conducted in Israel indicate that Herzog’s Zionist Union will win four more seats in the Knesset than Netanyahu’s currently ruling Likud party, but… According to The Times of Israel all of Israel’s analysts are of the view that Netanyahu is almost certain to be more successful than Herzog in putting together a new ruling coalition.

Also worth noting is that of the 1230 Israelis polled, 43% said they wanted Netanyahu to remain as prime minster and 35% preferred Herzog.

Because of Israel’s proportional and very bizarre election system – it enables parties with only three or four seats to make or break governments and therefore gives them enormous bargaining power – the haggling to determine who will be Israel’s next prime minister will probably go on for weeks.

My guess is that Herzog will be unable to put together a big enough coalition to give him a majority in the Knesset and that Netanyahu will get a fourth term as prime minister.

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FLEX-inYahu?

 

(Bibi thinks this will win him votes - what an inflexible notion):

New York Times - ‎15 minutes ago‎
JERUSALEM - Under pressure on the eve of a surprisingly close election, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on Monday doubled down on his appeal to right-wing voters, declaring definitively that if he was returned to office he would never ...

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Reuters - ‎24 minutes ago‎




JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's march towards becoming the longest-serving leader of Israel could be halted on Tuesday

in an election that has exposed public fatigue with his stress on national security rather than ...

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Polls open in Israel at end of bitter election campaign

 

The Guardian-21 minutes ago
Israeli voters headed to the polls on Tuesday at the end of a close fought and bitter election campaign. With Binyamin Netanyahu trailing in the ...
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Voting was reported as heavier than normal on Tuesday as Israelis went to the polls in a surprisingly close election that threatens to unseat Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Turnout by 10 a.m. was reported to be 20 percent higher than in elections in 2013, suggesting that Israelis have been galvanized by the tight race and the prospect that the long-serving prime minister might lose his hold on power.

As he cast his ballot, the challenger, Isaac Herzog, leader of the center-left Zionist Union, said that Israelis face a choice “between change and hope, and despair and disappointment.”

Polls have shown Netanyahu’s conservative Likud party trailing the Zionist Union by four parliamentary seats. As Netanyahu voted, he vowed to form a government coalition with rightist allies. He ruled out a unity government with Herzog.

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