Rothschild reveals crucial role his ancestors played in the Balfour Declaration and creation of Israel


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Sabba – Ovadia Yosef taught us one of the most fundamental belief of judaism, namely that the goyim in general (but he westerners in particular) are just beast of burden whose purpose is only to serve and work for the jews. That’s precisely what Balfour was, a “donkey” who served and worked for the jews. And this is what Britain, the US, Europe still are. Rothschild is not saying anything we did not already know. Would have been much better and useful if he told us about the role his ancestors played in the creation of the jewish state of Saudi Arabia. Now that would be a real revelation.  CONTINUE READING 

  1. #1 by jewsdid911 on 02/10/2017 - 5:30 pm

    It won’t open.

  2. #3 by derek on 02/11/2017 - 4:06 am

    Its slow to open but here is the original ;
    http://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/rothschild/
    Its even more interesting.

    Jacob Rothschild, 80, head of the family’s banking dynasty, said the declaration of support for a Jewish homeland in Palestine went through five drafts before finally being penned on 2 November 1917, adding: “It was the greatest event in Jewish life for thousands of years, a miracle… It took 3,000 years to get to this.”

    The way it was achieved was extraordinary, he said. “It was the most incredible piece of opportunism. You had an impoverished would-be scientist, Chaim Weizmann, who somehow gets to England, meets a few people, including members of my family, seduces them, he has such charm and conviction, he gets to Balfour, and unbelievably, he persuades Lord Balfour, and Lloyd George, the prime minister, and most of the ministers, that this idea of a national home for Jews should be allowed to take place. I mean it’s so, so unlikely.”

    According to Ambassador Taub, the declaration “changed the course of history for the Middle East.”

    No THAT is an understatement!

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