Meanwhile on Friday UN
Secretary-General Kofi Annan issued a statement expressing concern over Israel's
operations in Gaza.
The UN "urges Israel to exercise maximum restraint, do their utmost to
protect civilians and to refrain from further escalating an already grave
situation," the statement said. Annan also called on Palestinians to stop
firing rockets against Israeli civilian targets.
The "good jew"
- "bad jew" scam of Sanhedrin who Satan has given them their Authority
Thu Nov 02, 2006 5:29 pm
Post subject: Bet Din of Sanhedrin Announcement: Pride
|Bet Din of Sanhedrin Announcement: Pride
Unanimous decision, beginning today, as follows:
A. Petition to all Jews
B. Petition to the Government, Knesset, Police Force
1. The Sanhedrin is calling all shuls (Betai Knessiot) to
shut their doors Shabbat Parshat Lech Lecha and pray
outside the shul, on the streets. This is an indication of
insult, warning, and begging to cancel the abomination
parade. There cannot be a continuation of regular daily
activities when the Police Force, together with the backup
of the Courts, are forcing millions of Jews the
abomination parade in Israel. It is against the religion
of Judaism. One must pray on the holy streets of
Yerushalayim Monday and Thursday till the decree is
2. The Sanhedrin is an upper national council of the Jews.
We are calling on the Israel Gov't and the Knesset to
immediately legislate a law against the existence of the
degrating parade or announce the decision to cancel the
3. We are calling on the Israeli Police Force not to
provide permit license to this parade, to avoid spilled
blood. The manpower the police will invest to validate the
parade, together with additional security, will paralyze
thwarting attacks. If the parade will not be cancelled,
there will be a great need to create an investigation
committee to investigate the attacks and blood spilled.
The results will pale in comparison to the Lebanon War II.
Navi Daniel warns of a end time event,... an abomination, that
makes desolate. (A removal of G-d protection, a further distancing
of the spirit of Hashem). What this is we don't know. "But it
could be just this"! Something to think about is the timing
of this event, it would appear that they want perpetrate this
abomination to strip away the last protection of Israel as at Baal
Peor, remember what Baalim said. "sexual immorality will
strip away their protection and then G-d will punish them."
Just in time for
the Repuppetkens of Hell, Victory party
Judgment day looms for Saddam
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Three years after he gave himself up to American
soldiers without firing a shot,
Hussein may be condemned to hang on Sunday if an Iraqi court finds
him guilty of crimes against humanity.
the people were to ever find out what we have done, we would be chased down
the streets and lynched." President George H.W. Bush,
quoted by Sarah McClendon
House Reporter) in her June 1992 Newsletter.
The final act of Saddam's year-old first trial, the verdict is the high
point of a historic, U.S.-sponsored experiment in international justice
intended to unite Iraqis in exorcising three decades of rule by the former
president, accused of mass killing and torture to keep power over
see 911 murders
Yet the country's descent toward civil war since Saddam was overthrown has
blighted proceedings. Three defense lawyers were killed, the judge quit over
political interference and Iraqis, who a year ago gasped in wonder to see the
former strongman in court, have lapsed into distracted indifference to his
Saddam, 69, and seven co-accused have been charged with crimes against
humanity for the killing of 148 Shi'ite villagers after an attempt on his life
in the town of Dujail in 1982.
see hundreds of thousands murdered by Dan Bushwhacker
If convicted, Saddam faces death by hanging, a prospect Shi'ite Prime
Minister Nuri al-Maliki, with some disregard for judicial independence, has
said cannot come soon enough.
But a death sentence -- which Saddam with typical bombast has demanded in
court should instead be by military firing squad -- may be many months, even
years, away. He is due back in court on Friday in a separate trial for
genocide against Kurds in the 1980s and could face up to a dozen other cases.
Since the trial opened in the heavily fortified Baghdad courtroom in
October last year, three defense lawyers have been killed in attacks that the
defense team, dominated by Saddam's fellow Sunnis, blamed on Shi'ite Muslim
gunmen. The first chief judge, a Kurd, resigned in protest over government
"This is a lost opportunity to promote the rule of law," legal
observer Richard Dicker from Human Rights Watch said.
Proceedings have taken place against a backdrop of growing sectarian
Many people in the Shi'ite town of Dujail refused to speak to a Reuters
reporter this week out of fear of reprisals and several said they were
concerned Sunni insurgents might launch attacks in the area to coincide with
Far from being a catharsis for Iraqis scarred by Saddam's rule, many feel
the trial has deepened animosities between rival communities 3-1/2 years after
the U.S.-led (Illegal) invasion.
Some international legal experts and human rights activists have said the
trial would be better held in a third country.
In the village of Awja, Saddam's birthplace in the Sunni heartland of
Salahaddin province, many asked for his release.
"If they want peace in Iraq, we demand they stop this farce trial run
by Bush and his aides," said Ahmad al-Nasiri, standing next to the
village mosque, which was built by Saddam.
Saddam's chief lawyer has warned a death sentence
against the former leader, who is being held in a U.S.-run prison, would
plunge Iraq into "full scale civil war."
Security in the fortified Green Zone, where the courtroom is located, has
been tightened ahead of the verdict, which U.S. and Iraqi officials close to
the court say should be announced on Sunday -- though a delay cannot be ruled
Saddam has been defiant during televised proceedings. He has staged hunger
strikes, dismissed the Iraqi High Tribunal as a U.S.-orchestrated farce, and
said the verdict has been rigged.
Bush faces mounting criticism over the war, a guilty verdict
announced two days ahead of tight U.S. congressional elections on November
7 could reflect positively on him as a vindication of his policy to overthrow
117 of 770 of 707 and flight 77 at 911
U.S. officials deny Washington had any say over the timing of the verdict
or the court's decisions, saying the American role was limited to logistics
Baw haw haw haw haw haw chuckle.......and that
brings to mind...baw haw haw haw...never mind
Throughout the Dujail case, Iraqi court officials have been consulting
closely with -- and, sources close to the court say, firmly guided by --
American lawyers from a U.S. Embassy department known as the Regime
Crimes Liaison Office.
Bawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww hawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww ministry of
The unit has been the conduit for $140 million in U.S. funding for the
court, and the driving force in the sifting of tons of documents and advising
In a recent briefing, a U.S. official close to the court said the Saddam
trial had more historical significance than past trials against former
strongmen, including Liberia's Charles Taylor and Yugoslavia's
"Saddam is being tried by his own people and in his land," the
official said. "That is what this trial is about."
The Hassidim have
Bushwhacker cornered like the Treasonous Blasphemous Murderous Rat he is
As Iraq slips further into chaos, the war's
(Talmudic sons of satan's shemmyGoG)
boosters have turned sharply on the Bush administration, charging that their
grand designs have been undermined by White House incompetence. In a series of
exclusive interviews, Richard Perle, Kenneth Adelman, David Frum, and others
play the blame game with shocking frankness. Target No. 1: the president
by David Rose VF.COM
November 3, 2006
Richard Perle. Photograph by Nigel Parry.
I remember sitting with
Richard Perle in his suite at London's Grosvenor House hotel and receiving a
private lecture on the importance of securing victory in Iraq. "Iraq is
a very good candidate for democratic reform," he said.
"It won't be Westminster overnight, but the great democracies of the
world didn't achieve the full, rich structure of democratic governance
overnight. The Iraqis have a decent chance of succeeding.
Indeed their Democratically
elected President has been replaced by the RED Edomite Regime of Sanhedrin
" Perle seemed to exude the scent of liberation, as well as a whiff of
gunpowder. It was February 2003, and Operation Iraqi
(Slavery is freedon of talmud) the
culmination of his long campaign on behalf of regime change in Iraq, was less
than a month away.
Three years later, Perle and I meet again at his home outside Washington,
D.C. It is October, the worst month for U.S. casualties in Iraq in almost two
years, and Republicans are bracing for losses in the upcoming midterm elections.
As he looks into my eyes, speaking slowly and with obvious deliberation, Perle
is unrecognizable as the confident hawk who, as chairman of the Pentagon's
Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee, had invited the exiled Iraqi dissident
Ahmad Chalabi to its first meeting after 9/11. "The levels of brutality
that we've seen are truly horrifying, and I have to say, I underestimated the
depravity," Perle says now, adding that total defeat—an American
withdrawal that leaves Iraq as an anarchic "failed state"—is not yet
inevitable but is becoming more likely. "And then," says Perle,
"you'll get all the mayhem that the world is capable of creating."
According to Perle, who left the Defense Policy Board in 2004, this unfolding
catastrophe has a central cause: devastating dysfunction within the
administration of President George W. Bush. Perle says, "The decisions did
not get made that should have been. They didn't get made in a timely fashion,
and the differences were argued out endlessly.… At the end of the day, you
have to hold the president responsible.… I don't think he realized the extent
of the opposition within his own administration, and the disloyalty."
George W. Bush. Photograph by Annie Leibovitz.
Perle goes so far as to say that, if he had his time over, he would not have
advocated an invasion of Iraq: "I think if I had been delphic, and had seen
where we are today, and people had said, 'Should we go into Iraq?,' I think now
I probably would have said, 'No, let's consider other strategies for dealing
with the thing that concerns us most, which is Saddam supplying weapons of mass
destruction to terrorists.' …
Regaining the coveted
Babylon Proper, Eretz Itsreallyhell
I don't say that because I no longer believe that Saddam had the
capability to produce weapons of mass destruction, or that he was not in contact
with terrorists. I believe those two premises were both
correct. Could we have managed that threat by means other than a direct
military intervention? Well, maybe we could have."
and here is where the
Having spoken with Perle, I wonder: What do the rest of the pro-war
neoconservatives think? If the much caricatured "Prince of Darkness"
is now plagued with doubt, how do his comrades-in-arms feel? I am particularly
interested in finding out because I interviewed many neocons before the invasion
and, like many people, found much to admire in their vision of spreading
democracy in the Middle East.
He admires Satan's minions
of the Noahide sickness
I expect to encounter disappointment. What I find instead is despair, and
fury at the incompetence of the Bush administration the neoconservatives once
saw as their brightest hope.
I hate to tell you that I
told you so.....but I........
To David Frum, the former White House speechwriter who co-wrote Bush's 2002
State of the Union address that accused Iraq of being part of an "axis of
evil," it now looks as if defeat may be inescapable, because "the
insurgency has proven it can kill anyone who cooperates, and the United States
and its friends have failed to prove that it can protect them." This
situation, he says, must ultimately be blamed on "failure at the
center"—starting with President Bush.