Tellstruth 2 points ago +2 / -0

Jared's father Charles Kushner


Set someone up with a honey trap. Film them in the act. Use the film to control someone.


Tellstruth -1 points ago +2 / -3

NO. You have been deceived by the dispensationalists.

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Jared Kushner's father went to prison for a shocking crime

In 2005, when Jared Kushner was only 24 years old, his father, Charles Kushner, was sentenced to two years behind bars for multiple counts of "tax evasion, witness tampering, and illegal campaign donations," per The New York Times. While it may seem like standard "rich person" crimes, Forbes estimated the family to be worth around $1.8 billion in 2016 — but the actual details of the story are much, much messier.

When the elder Kushner was still under investigation, he discovered that his sister's husband was cooperating with the federal authorities behind his back. He then did what any normal person would do in the situation: hired a sex worker to seduce his brother-in-law, taped the encounter, and sent it to his sister to blackmail them into silence. Yep, totally normal stuff. In an almost as strange twist, the US attorney at the time was none other than Chris Christie, who labelled the case as one of the "most loathsome, disgusting crimes" he ever prosecuted.

Knowing your dad engaged in some shady dealings is bad enough, but having to hear that he committed such a soap opera-level misdeed against his own family must be devastating, to say the least. But, how did Jared take it?

Read More: https://www.nickiswift.com/647544/the-crime-that-sent-jared-kushners-father-to-prison/

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The International Criminal Court is supposedly mulling war crimes charges against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other high-ranking Israeli political and military officials. But what reason could they possibly have for charging Netanyahu with war crimes? Uncover all the dirt on the unindicted war criminal presiding over Israel’s crimes against humanity in this important edition of The Corbett Report podcast.


DOCUMENTATION Israel lashes out at possible ICC warrants as “outrage of historic proportions” Time Reference: 00:23

Bibi: My Story Time Reference: 04:16

The Resistible Rise of Benjamin Netanyahu Time Reference: 04:36

Can the ICC Actually Arrest Netanyahu? Time Reference: 05:26

Agnellis, Rothschilds close in on Economist Time Reference: 09:05

Could the International Criminal Court indict Binyamin Netanyahu? Time Reference: 09:09

US Working To Prevent ICC Arrest Warrant for Netanyahu Time Reference: 10:24

Victor’s Justice: The Truth About the International Criminal Court Time Reference: 11:49

Episode 261 – International Law? Time Reference: 12:06

Who Is Benjamin Netanyahu? Time Reference: 13:34

The Rise of Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu | NowThis World Time Reference: 13:44

Netanyahu at War (full documentary) | FRONTLINE Time Reference: 14:05

From Soldier to Statesman : Biography of Benjamin Netanyahu Time Reference: 14:22

Bibi in the gas mask (CNN January 18, 1991) Time Reference: 17:20

Likud’s Late Grandfather Time Reference: 19:39

1946 King David Hotel Bombing Time Reference: 21:08

PM Netanyahu’s Remarks at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center Event Marking Israel’s 70th Anniversary Time Reference: 24:04

Zionism’s Terrorist Heritage Time Reference: 24:55

Corbett Report Radio 214 – Israel’s Nuclear Smuggling with Grant F. Smith Time Reference: 28:23

Bibi’s bribery case Time Reference: 32:00

What is the latest on Netanyahu’s corruption trial? Time Reference: 32:04

Charter of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East Time Reference: 34:26

Israeli Perspective on Conflict with Iraq Time Reference: 37:11

False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda Time Reference: 40:17

Sept. 11 Was Good For Israel – Benjamin Netanyahu Time Reference: 43:04

Israel PM Benjamin (Bibi) Netanyahu Address to United Nations Sept 27, 2012 Time Reference: 44:50

Watch Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s full speech to Congress Time Reference: 45:17

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gives statement on Iran Nuclear Deal Time Reference: 46:03

Israel – Prime Minister Addresses United Nations General Debate, 78th Session Time Reference: 46:40

Israel election 2019: Netanyahu vows to annex West Bank settlements | DW News Time Reference: 47:58

West Bank settler expansion: a year on the frontline Time Reference: 48:28

Inside Israeli Apartheid Time Reference: 49:45

‘Absolute Apartheid’: Israeli general joins chorus of voices condemning persecution of Palestinians Time Reference: 50:18

‘That sounds like ethnic cleansing’: CNN questions lead figure in Israel’s settler movement Time Reference: 50:54

Israeli Settlers Are Terrorizing Palestinians In Record Numbers Time Reference: 51:42

Palestine Remix – Israeli Brutality Caught on Tape Time Reference: 52:37

Statement by PM Netanyahu Regarding Operation Protective Edge Time Reference: 54:59

‘Operation Protective Edge’ is underway in Israel Time Reference: 55:36

Gaza Conflict Takes Heavy Toll on Palestinian Children Time Reference: 56:22

Gaza conflict: Israel & Hamas face allegations of war crimes – BBC News Time Reference: 56:49

U.N. Human Rights Official Accuses Israel, Hama Of War Crimes Time Reference: 57:22

Gaza: Israel strike kills four boys on beach | Channel 4 News Time Reference: 57:42

Israhell and the Hannibal Directive – #NewWorldNextWeek Time Reference: 58:52

‘Cold-blooded massacre’: Israeli forces kill over 104 aid seekers in Gaza Time Reference: 59:53

Israeli government under fire after airstrike kills aid workers Time Reference: 1:00:10

Israel likely violated international humanitarian law in Gaza war, U.S. report says Time Reference: 01:00:34

Children in Gaza dying from “malnutrition and disease, Blinken set to meet Arab leaders in Cairo Time Reference: 01:01:03

Tellstruth 5 points ago +5 / -0

Fritz Springmeier Fritz Artz Springmeier is an American author of conspiracy theory literature who has written a number of books claiming that a global elite who belong to Satanic bloodlines are conspiring to dominate the world. He has described his goal as "exposing the New World Order agenda."

John Coleman


Tellstruth 2 points ago +2 / -0

That was fun.

What happens you get one bred-for-it soulless cunt that wants to get to the top of the 'Council' (your equivalent of State) takes the Marxism WEF ritual then filters all this shit down like slurry running out the trouser ankles of their venal pants, and the middle-management arse lickers who just want the best retirement salary slurp it up and don't question the insanity of it and 'cascade' (yes, that's their word) it down into diktats.

Tellstruth 2 points ago +2 / -0

and Believing is not knowing which is a noun.

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Religion is not just one, there are many.

▪️ Spirituality is one.

▪️ Religion is for those who sleep.

▪️ Spirituality is for those who are awake.

▪️ Religion is for those who need someone to tell them what to do and who want guidance.

▪️ Spirituality is for those who pay attention to their inner voice.

▪️ Religion has dogmatic rules.

▪️ Spirituality calls us to discuss everything, question everything.

▪️ Religion threatens and scares.

▪️ Spirituality gives inner peace.

▪️ Religion talks about sin and guilt.

▪️ Spirituality says "learn from your mistake".

▪️ Religion suppresses everything that is wrong.

▪️ Spirituality overcomes everything, it brings you closer to the truth.

▪️ Religion is about God; It is not God.

▪️ Spirituality is everything and therefore it is in God.

▪️ Religion is inventing.

▪️Spirituality is finding.

▪️ Religion doesn't tolerate any questions.

▪️Spirituality will question everything.

▪️ Religion is humanity. This is an organization whose rules are made by men.

▪️ Spirituality is divine, without human rules.

▪️ Religion is the cause of division.

▪️Spirituality unites.

▪️ Religion seeks you to believe.

▪️ The spirituality you have to seek it to believe.

▪️ Religion follows the concepts of the holy book.

▪️ Spirituality looks for a holiday in all books.

▪️ Religion feeds fear.

▪️ Spirituality feeds trust and faith.

▪️ Religion lives in thoughts.

▪️ Spirituality lives in inner consciousness

▪️ Religion is dealing with the performance of rituals.

▪️ Spirituality is related to the inner self.

▪️ Religion feeds the ego.

▪️ Spirituality forces you to go beyond.

▪️ Religion makes us disconnect from the world to follow God.

▪️ Spirituality makes us live in God, without giving up our existing life.

▪️ Religion is a cult.

▪️ Spirituality is an inner meditation.

▪️ Religion fills us with dreams of glory in paradise.

▪️ Spirituality makes us live in earthly glory and paradise.

▪️ Religion lives in the past and in the future.

▪️ Spirituality is living in the present.

▪️ Religion creates monasteries in our memory.

▪️ Spirituality frees our consciousness.

▪️ Religion makes us believe in eternal life.

▪️ Spirituality makes us aware of eternal life.

▪️ Religion promises life after death

▪️ Spirituality means finding God inside us in our present life before we die

- We are not human beings who are going through a mental experience. -We are spiritual beings going through the human experience. ~Unknown

Tellstruth 2 points ago +3 / -1


From crisis to prosperity: Netanyahu's vision for Gaza 2035 revealed online The plan lays out a three-step program for returning Gaza to self-governance and eventually reintegrating Gaza into the regional economy. By YUVAL BARNEA MAY 3, 2024 21:37 Updated: MAY 3, 2024 21:47

AI generated image of Gaza found in the PMO's plan for a post-war Gaza, May 3, 2024. (photo credit: screenshot)

There has been much debate about exactly what Israel's plans for a post-war Gaza would look like. Documents from the Prime Minister's Office were published online on Friday, showing Israel's plan to revitalize the Gazan economy.

The documents published online showed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's attempt to bring about a lasting peace and reintegrate Gaza into the regional economy through large infrastructure and economic investment.

The plan laid out the goal of rebuilding Gaza in order to moderate its politics.

It called Gaza an "Iranian outpost" that "sabotages emerging supply chains" and "thwarts any future hope for the Palestinian people."

The plan also highlighted the historically central place that Gaza held in the East-West trade routes, being on both the Baghdad-Egypt trade routes and the Yemen-Europe trade routes.

Three steps to success According to the documents, there are three steps for returning Gaza to self-governance.

The first step, titled Humanitarian aid, is planned to last 12 months. Israel will create safe areas free of Hamas control, starting in the north and slowly spreading south.

A coalition of Arab countries (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Bahrain, Jordan, and Morocco) will apportion and supervise humanitarian aid in the safe areas

Gazan Palestinians will run the safe zones under the supervision of the Arab states.

Stage two would occur in the next five to ten years. The plan is to move Israeli security responsibility to Israel, while the Arab Coalition will create a multilateral body called the Gaza Rehabilitation Authority (GRA) to oversee the reconstruction efforts and manage the Strip's finances.

The GRA is to be run by Gazan Palestinians and will take responsibility for managing the safe areas.

This will be done in coordination with the implementation of a "Marshall Plan" and a deradicalization program.

Stage three, termed "Self-governance", would see Israel retain the right to act against "security threats."

Power would slowly be transferred to either a local Gaza government or a unified Palestinian government (including the West Bank). However, this is contingent on the successful deradicalization and demilitarization of the Gaza Strip and will be subject to agreement by all parties.

The final step would be for the Palestinians to fully manage Gaza independently and join the Abraham Accords.

Part of the rebuilding effort will involve "rebuilding from nothing" and designing new cities from scratch, which will feature modern designs and planning.

The plan presented several advantages for the countries involved. For Israel, the major advantage, other than security in the south, is normalization with Saudi Arabia.

Major advantages for the Gulf states that take part would include defensive pacts with the US and unfettered access to Gaza's Mediterranean ports through railways and pipelines. The plan also says that if such an intervention is successful in Gaza, it can be repeated in Yemen, Syria, and Lebanon.

For the Gazan population, the biggest advantages after the end of Hamas control would be massive investment in the Strip and huge employment opportunities, as well as a pathway to reunify with the West Bank and achieving self-governance.

Planned infrastructure and trade routes, from the PMO's plan fro post-war Gaza, The regional plan The wider regional plan is to ramp up the mega-projects such as NEOM in Saudi Arabia and implement them in the Sinai.

This would enable Gaza to function as a significant industrial port on the Mediterranean, which would be the main entrepot for the export of Gazan goods, but also Saudi oil and other raw materials from the Gulf.

The plan also calls for the creation of a massive free trade zone covering Sderot-Gaza-El Arish, which would allow Israel, Gaza, and Egypt to take advantage of the location, co-operatively.

Combining the new infrastructure investments and integration of the region, the newly discovered gas fields just north of Gaza would help support the burgeoning industry.

Solar energy fields would also be built in the Sinai along with desalination plants that will help to offset climate change.

One idea put forward by the plan is to turn Gaza into a key hub for electric vehicle manufacturing. The hope is that all of this integration can turn not just Gaza but also El-Arish and Sderot into a competitor with cheap Chinese manufacturing.

Tellstruth 5 points ago +5 / -0

The Rabbi in the photo is Menachem Mendel Schneerson who headed Chabad Lubavich until his death 1n 1994'

The Movement Following its inception 250 years ago, the Chabad-Lubavitch movement—a branch of Hasidism—swept through Russia and spread in surrounding countries as well. It provided scholars with answers that eluded them, and simple farmers with a love that had been denied them. Eventually the philosophy of Chabad-Lubavitch and its adherents reached almost every corner of the world and affected almost every facet of Jewish life.

The Leadership

No person or detail was too small or insignificant for their love and dedicationThe movement is guided by the teachings of its seven leaders (“Rebbes”), beginning with Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi of righteous memory (1745–1812). These leaders expounded upon the most refined and delicate aspects of Jewish mysticism, creating a corpus of study thousands of books strong. They personified the age-old Biblical qualities of piety and leadership. And they concerned themselves not only with Chabad-Lubavitch, but with the totality of Jewish life, spiritual and physical. No person or detail was too small or insignificant for their love and dedication.

In our generation, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, **Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson of righteous memory (1902–1994), known simply as “the Rebbe,” guided post-holocaust Jewry to safety from the ravages of that devastation. ** The Organization The origins of today’s Chabad-Lubavitch organization can be traced to the early 1940s, when the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of righteous memory (1880–1950), appointed his son-in-law and later successor, Rabbi Menachem Mendel, to head the newly founded educational and social service arms of the movement.

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