Fuck the Jews

Published on Feb 14, 2014

Doug Stanhope No refunds.


Asshole Sheldon Adelson and the missing $100 million!



Annie and Marie,

Please keep my name out of this, but I have very important information for you and Sunflower, whom I admire very much. While this article has created tremendous panic in the Zionist community, it is actually the information on the Adelsons that Sunflower exposed in her video that caused the Adelsons to back away from donating their millions of dollars to buy the election for Israel.

I hope you understand the catastrophe that Sunflower has caused the Zionists….one little person and her blog, creaming video that exposes what is going on with the evil Zionists and the Israeli plots to control the government through buying the election for their candidate, and the result is a total retreat by these disgusting Adelsons….they CAN’T be seen as being wounded by little person and her blog!

Sunflower just won a big round in this fight!

Please keep me out of this or my journalism career is over!



Hillary the Polish Joo Bitch & TRUMP the Illuminati Joo Drumpf!

Hillary Clinton: A Threat to All Humanity

Published on Jul 24, 2016

The world looks on in horror as Hillary Clinton heads to Philadelphia to be nominated as the Democratic Party’s candidate for the presidency. Yet still, the leading lights of the so-called “progressive” movement argue that it is the left’s duty to vote for this neocon warmonger. But the consequences of this strategy may well lead directly to nuclear war. This is the GRTV Backgrounder on



“How you live is the reflection of who you are?”– Sunflower Chong

Palestinians sue billionaire Sheldon Adelson for Israeli war crimes

Balkanizing the Middle East – The REAL Goal of America and Israel

peacenik · 20 hours ago
Its roots can be traced, at least in part, to a paper published in 1996 by an Israeli thinktank, the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies. Entitled “A clean break: a new strategy for securing the realm”.

I think the roots go deeper than ‘A Clean Break‘ — they are in “The Zionist Plan for the Middle East” http://www.informationclearinghouse.inf /pdf/The%20Zionist%20Plan%20for%20the%20Middle%20East.pdf



He buys politicians one envelope at a time. #BDS is the hot topic of the day not only on US College campuses and Christian Churches but way beyond. Remember racist, apartheid South Africa? Today is a great time to form your own opinions and then to stand by them. Respect existence or expect resistance. No Justice, no Peace.

I hope that the Muslims or North Korea bombs Israel off the map because the Zionist pigs have murdered thousands of Europeans under the guise of Isis.

Mossad is ISIS. Israel is not real. That country is called Palestine and belongs to the Palestinians. Jews never fought for that piece of land they occupy the little ball-less cowards. They destroyed the Christian United States. and turned it into a violent, misogynist, homosexual and pedophilic cess pool because these are what the Jews are Misogynists, Homos, and pedophiles.

May God step in soon and kill them all. God will do it in God’s time. These bastards need to be ended. They have destroyed peace in the world and they need to pay and GOD will wipe them off the planet as surely as he is all powerful. They are nearing their end!


4 Reasons Why Adelson Anti-BDS Campaign Will Backfire

On Sunday, June 19, 2016, 2:24 PM, Jew Creamer <> wrote:

Dearest Sunflower and All,

I agree with Marie, please take your time. Sunflower, my love, I changed the category in the Palestine Blog – ‘Right of Return’ for you and also updated the plugins. I am hesitant to let you know that I also received a message from Sunflower’s Powerful Friends, but here it is:

We have been trying to defend Sunflower’s blogs from tampering by the Zionists, but the attacks continue, especially from Israel. We know you are helping maintain the blogs and we will help when we can. There are two important things she should know:

When Sunflower stopped to take a rest, we saw an e-mail from Miriam Adelson that said, “Good, the bitch is quitting. We can proceed with our election plans in peace. She will not be back attacking me with that creaming dreck!” (In case you do not know “dreck” is the Yiddish word for “shit”.)

We noticed a major hack by the Zionist Women on the computers of the organizers of Sunflower’s Pacifist Army. We believe they are now in possession of the e-mail list numbering in the 100,000 range or even larger. We cannot tell exactly, but we do know the file was massive.

That is all I received on my screen and I wrote it down quickly before it disappeared. Sorry for the surprise news, but they asked me to let you know.

Love to all,

Jew Creamer





On Wed, 22 Jun 2016 at 4:07 am,> wrote:

Dearest Sunflower, Steve, Annie and Marie,

In order for the Zionist Bitches not to see this message I am sending to all of you, I cut and pasted the message I received from Sunflower’s powerful friends. This is what appeared on my screen:

Please pass this message along to Sunflower. We saw another message that is relevant to Sunflower’s Palestine movement. The e-mail is from Sheldon Adelson and states the following:

“Miriam and others have told me that Singapore bitch is out of the way and quit her creaming attacks on our Zionist forces and us. Now that the whore for Palestine has backed away, it might be time to have another Anti-BDS Summit here in Las Vegas. It has over a year, my friends, and we should once again come together to stop that movement like we stopped that Chinese bitch.”

That is all that was contained in the message. It was masked at the server level, so we could not see who received the message or how many were copied on it. We are definitely seeing an increase in activity by the Zionists. Thank you for making Sunflower aware of this.

OK, that is all I have….love to all,

Jew Creamer


Rotschild Zionism thought the internet is for them to control the world but it backfires! We 7 billion Humanity will use the internet to free our world!

Boycott Israel Drive Gains Strength, Raising Alarm

JERUSALEM (AP) — Ten years ago, a small group of Palestinian activists had a novel idea: Inspired by the anti-apartheid movement, they called for a global boycott movement against Israel as a nonviolent method to promote the Palestinian struggle for independence.

Long confined to the sidelines, the so-called BDS movement appears to be gaining momentum — so much so that Israel has identified it as a strategic threat on a par with Palestinian militant groups and the Iranian nuclear program. While Israel says the movement is rooted in anti-Semitism, its decentralized organization and language calling for universal human rights have proven difficult to counter, resulting in a string of recent victories that have alarmed Israeli leaders.

“We are now beginning to harvest the fruits of 10 years of strategic, morally consistent and undeniably effective BDS campaigning,” said Omar Barghouti, one of the group’s co-founders. “BDS is winning the battles for hearts and minds across the world, despite Israel’s still hegemonic influence among governments in the U.S. and Europe.”

The BDS movement — named for its call for boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel — began as an idea by 170 Palestinian civil society groups worldwide in 2005. It has grown into a global network of thousands of volunteers lobbying corporations, artists and academic institutions to sever ties with Israel.

Its members include campus activists, church groups and even liberal American Jews disillusioned by Israeli policies.

Most worrying for Israel, some of the group’s core positions toward products made in West Bank settlements are starting to be embraced by European governments. Although the EU says it opposes boycotts of Israel, it is exploring guidelines for labeling settlement products, which many in Israel fear could be a precursor to a full-fledged ban. Settlement products, which make up a tiny percentage of Israeli exports, include wines, dates and cosmetics.

At a time when peace efforts are frozen and show no sign of getting back on track under a new hard-line government, Israelis fear such sentiment will increase.

“The concern is that there will be a spillover to a much wider phenomenon that will become mainstream and erode support for Israel,” said Emmanuel Nahshon of Israel’s Foreign Ministry.

The BDS movement has three goals: to end Israel’s occupation of territories captured in the 1967 Mideast war, to end discrimination suffered by Arab citizens of Israel, and to promote the rights of Palestinian refugees to return to family properties lost in the war surrounding Israel’s creation in 1948.

For Israel, this last position is nothing less than a call for its destruction. Israel opposes the Palestinian “right of return,” saying a massive influx of refugees would mean the end of the country as a Jewish state. The international community favors a “two-state solution” creating a Palestinian state alongside Israel, and even Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has indicated willingness to compromise on the refugee issue under a final peace deal.

Barghouti, a U.S.-educated engineer who also holds a graduate degree at Israel’s Tel Aviv University, said the BDS movement is “completely neutral” on the political solution to the conflict. But he said he represents the Palestinian “consensus,” and any deal that “undermines our basic rights under international law and perpetuates the colonial oppression” is unacceptable.

As for his attendance at a university he asks others to boycott, he said Palestinians “cannot possibly observe the same boycott guidelines as asked of internationals,” adding that the “indigenous population” is entitled to all services they can get from the system.

Israeli leaders consider the movement to be the latest in a history of antagonists out to destroy the Jewish people.

“We are in the midst of a great struggle being waged against the state of Israel, an international campaign to blacken its name,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said recently. “It is not connected to our actions. It is connected to our very existence.”

The BDS movement is led by a West Bank-based national committee with representatives from around the world, which sets guidelines but allows local branches to decide their own strategy. It focuses on battles with a reasonable chance of success. So some of the biggest companies active in Israel, such as Microsoft and Intel, have not been targeted.

Battles have taken place in U.S. food co-ops and city councils. The movement has helped organize several boycotts by U.S. and British academic unions and has made inroads on American campuses. Roughly a dozen student governments have approved divestment proposals.

Entertainers, including Roger Waters, Elvis Costello and Lauryn Hill have refused to perform in Israel. The BDS movement also claims responsibility for pressuring some large companies to stop or alter operations in Israel, including carbonated drink maker SodaStream, French construction company Veolia and international security firm G4S.

Last month, Britain’s national student union joined the movement. Last week, the top legislative body of the United Church of Christ voted to divest from companies with business in the Israeli-occupied territories, following a similar move by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) last year. The Episcopal Church and Mennonite Church USA also considered divestment proposals recently, with the Episcopals rejecting it and the Mennonites deferring action for two years.

Perhaps the biggest blow was last month’s announcement by the chief executive of French mobile phone giant Orange that he wanted to end his partnership with Israeli carrier Partner Communications. He cited his desire to improve business in the Arab world. Although CEO Stephane Richard later traveled to Israel to apologize, Orange and Partner announced plans to unwind their deal.

The idea of boycotts is extremely sensitive in Israel. The Nazis launched a nationwide boycott of Jewish businesses and artists — often accompanied by acts of violence and anti-Semitic slogans — in the 1930s Germany ahead of the Holocaust. In the 1970s and 1980s, Arab countries pressured companies doing business with them to shun Israel. Currently, Israel is fending off attempts by the boycotters to compare Israeli policies in the West Bank to South African apartheid.

“The attacks on the Jews were always preceded by the slander of the Jews,” Netanyahu recently said.

BDS activists deny being fueled by anti-Semitism, saying their battle is against Israel, not Jews. They point to a small but growing number of Jewish supporters, including the “Jewish Voice for Peace,” whose 9,000 dues-paying members support a boycott of Israel.

Naomi Dann, JVP’s media coordinator, said the stance stems from frustration over failed U.S.-backed peace efforts. She said that while the group recognizes the Jewish attachment to Israel, it can’t come at the expense of Palestinians.

“It’s not about destroying Israel,” she said. “But full equal rights and a democratic society are more important than preserving the Jewish character of the state.”

It remains difficult to quantify the BDS movement’s actual achievements.

Leading global companies, including Microsoft, Google, Apple and Intel, maintain operations in Israel. Major entertainers, including Paul McCartney, Lady Gaga, Madonna and Rihanna, have performed in Israel in recent years.

A February report by Israel’s Finance Ministry concluded the BDS movement has had a negligible economic impact. But it outlined some worst-case scenarios, including EU government-led boycotts or cancellation of free-trade agreements. Likewise, a recent study by the Rand Corp. said that while the BDS movement “has not yet had a significant negative effect” on Israel, it is growing. It noted Israeli leaders’ fears it could have “substantial detrimental effects” on the economy.

Last month, Jewish billionaires Sheldon Adelson and Haim Saban led a Las Vegas fundraiser to fight the BDS movement at U.S. universities. Israel’s justice minister, Ayeled Shaked, instructed her ministry to prepare “legal steps” against the movement. This week, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton said she opposed the BDS movement.

David Makovsky, a senior fellow at the Washington Policy for Near East Policy and former member of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s peace team, said Israel must show it is serious about the creation of a Palestinian state to slow the momentum.

“You can reduce its scope, its impact by making clear when the prime minister … says he supports two states for two people that he is not then going to say Israel will settle in what will be a future Palestinian state,” he said.

Associated Press writers Josef Federman in Jerusalem and Mohammed Daraghmeh contributed to this report.

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