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Monday, April 14, 2008

Your tax dollars at work: USAID tries to create a 'Palestinian' economy

After seeing billions of dollars thrown at the 'Palestinians' with no result, USAID - a Federal government agency - is now trying to set up a 'Palestinian' economy itself. You will note that some of the businesses cited in the briefing below are to be set up in 'east' Jerusalem - why bother to negotiate when everything has been decided already?

Here's more from Eli Hertz of Myths and Facts.
Palestinian Arabs are encouraged by their success' at historical revisionism and global brainwashing (including the U.S. State Department), with the "Big Lie" of a 'Palestinian people.'

Historically, before the Arabs fabricated the concept of Palestinian peoplehood as an exclusively Arab phenomenon, no such group existed. This is substantiated in countless official British Mandate-vintage documents that speak of the Jews and the Arabs of Palestine-not Jews and Palestinians.

The State Department's use of fabricated and loaded terms such as 'Palestinian People' and 'East Jerusalem' is a perilous threat that will only continue to incite Palestinian Arabs - leading to war, not peace.

To Condoleezza Rice: You maintained that you are "a student of international history" and the Jewish people's history is well documented. Palestinian Arabs have nurtured a myth that historically there were two Jerusalems - an Arab 'East Jerusalem' and a Jewish 'West Jerusalem.'

Jerusalem was never an Arab city; Jews have held a majority in Jerusalem since 1870, and 'east-west' is a geographical, not political designation. It is no different than claiming Annapolis, the capital of Maryland should be a separate political entity from the rest of that state.

Jerusalem has served, and still serves, as the political capital of only one nation - the one belonging to the Jews.
Watch this video (sorry, it's a bit long). I actually know some of the Israeli venture capital people mentioned in this video (it's a small country). The video sounds more like an investment banking conference or a venture capital conference than the US State Department. Imagine if American business on this level (Booz, Hamilton - for example - is one of the premier business consulting companies in the US) were to be thrown at inner city America instead of at "Dr. Fayad." Wouldn't that be a better use of YOUR tax dollars?


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