Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Israeli academic says Jewish lobby made Turkish lira fall

What to make of the tweet from an Israeli academic regarding the manipulation of the Turkish Lira?
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Middle East Monitor
Edy Cohen, an Israeli academic and analyst, has blamed the Jewish lobby for the recent volatility of the exchange rate between the Turkish lira and the US dollar.
Cohen, a faculty member at Israel’s Bar-Ilan University and an analyst at the Begin-Sadat Centre for Strategic Studies, tweeted the remarks in Arabic accompanied by the hashtag, “support the Turkish lira”.
“The Turkish lira has fallen to its lowest level in Turkey’s history,” Cohen said, going on to claim that the sudden decline had happened shortly after the Israeli ambassador was insulted at an Istanbul airport as he prepared to depart the country.
Addressing Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Cohen said: “Don’t you know that half of the world’s wealth belongs to only one Jewish family, which is Israel’s primary supporter?”
Cohen went on to warn that the Turkish economy would experience further losses as a result of the lobby’s manoeuvres.
I have to assume that Cohen is referring to the Rothschild Family- Rothschild's being quite the supporters of of Israel. 

Tel-Aviv's Iconic Rothschild Blvd.
"It all happened over 100 years ago in 1909 when Tel Aviv was founded on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. Around 66 founding families decided to participate in a lottery. Each would chose a shell with plot numbers etched inside to determine their plot of land. They began to build their homes. A draining system was built on top of sand dunes to drain the small wadi. They decided to construct on both sides of the street, leaving the center for pedestrians, therefore creating the city’s first boulevard. Originally named Rehov Ha’Am, meaning the street of the people, in 1910 it was changed to Rothschild Boulevard, in honor of philanthropist Baron de Rothschild.

"There are lots of museums to check out right along the boulevard. The Haganah Museum has an impressive collection of weapons, documents, and photographs from the Haganah archives and is located in a house once owned by Eliyahu Golomb, one of the founders of the Haganah"
Rothschild Boulevard holds many of Tel Aviv’s iconic monuments. Independence Hall is located right on the boulevard. This is the site where Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben Gurion, declared the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948.
 Rothschild Blvd is named in 1910, and it's right there on the street named after Israel's benefactor, that David Ben Gurion declares the establishment of Israel 38 years later. Doubtful that's a coincidence.
Haganah being a terrorist group- Israel the Original Terror State- Tablet Magazine
"“Does terrorism work?” asks Bruce Hoffman on the first page of Anonymous Soldiers: The Struggle for Israel, 1917-1947, his riveting and deeply researched new history; and the answer, in this case, would seem to be yes. Of course, there were many factors leading to the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. The British Empire was on the decline everywhere, as the crushing economic toll of World War II forced Britain to curtail its overseas commitments. The Holocaust had created sympathy for the Zionist cause, above all in the United States, which kept up a continual pressure on Britain to admit Jewish refugees to Palestine. Most important of all, perhaps, the Jews of the Yishuvthe prestate settlement in Palestine—had created the infrastructure for a state, complete with an illegal but tacitly tolerated army, the Haganah."
The prestate 'settlement' in Palestine had somehow magically created the infrastructure for a yet to come state via a terror army and perhaps funding from a generous benefactor?

Keeping in mind the above quoted paragraph is from Tablet Magazine (Jewishcentric) - calling Haganah an illegal but tacitly tolerated "army" Reality? Terrorists. Sanctioned by a fledgling terror state. No different then Kosovo. No different then the planned for  terror state Kurdistan aka Israel 2.0.

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