1. Well, I am pissed off at Mark Dankof. He ruined my whole weekend last weekend. I mean, finally, after dealing with the struggles of the daily grind from Monday through Friday, I get home and have time to catch up on reading all the really cool blogs out there. I checked in with his site and I am sorry I did. Damn it Mark, can’t you just write about sports or something? I hear the Houston Texans might not actually suck this year? Plus the Cowboys had a big game against the Redskins – a team owned by Islamofacist Dan “Thanks for the money, Mort” Snyder. Plus there’s all that college football in Texas. Also, the last I heard, Alex Jones is still broadcasting Zionist Bullshit down there, isn’t he? Why don’t you write about him – you know, do a humor column or something?
But no. Mark’s had to post about a relatively new Jewish paramilitary organization coming soon to a neighborhood near you called Kitat Konenut which either means “rapid response units” or “paranoids with guns” or something like that. This led me to do more research, and then more research, and before I knew it the weekend was almost over and I hadn’t even had a chance to watch one single football game! Damn it Mark.
Also, my original intention was to do a post based on the question, “How is Hesham Tillawi different from Mark Glenn and Michael Collins Piper.” And instead, I’m now writing about another Zionist espionage group that pervades these United States. As you know, we’ve covered these groups here at Mantiq al-Tayr in the past. Well, guess what, there’s another one. I’m sure you are stunned. And guess what? It isn’t even Kitat Konenutcases or whatever these potentially quite dangerous morons are called. No, it is called Bnei Akiva – another Israeli operation aimed at recruiting traitors. And it sure does seem to love the Israeli military too.
What’s the connection between Kitat Konenutty and Bnei Akiva? (Red highlighting is mine.)
“”Kitat Konenut New York is a Religious-Zionist organization and we hold the ideology of the Bnei Akiva movement which is Torah Veavoda. Members of the Kita are well trained and well armed with the best gear and weapons available. All guns are 100% legal and in compliance with all federal, state and local laws.”
Hmm, so Kitat’s founders, Yonatan Stern and Scott Brown claim on the one hand that their Kitat thingy is not political, but their ideology is that of the Bnei Akiva? The Bnei Akiva folks specialize in getting Jews from literally dozens of countries around the world to be loyal to Israel. That’s what they do, and they are very active in these increasingly less United States.
Founded in Palestine in 1929, Bnei Akiva is “the largest religious Zionist youth movement in the world.”
“Bnei Akiva’s twin ideals of Torah and Avodah loosely translate to religious commitment/study and work on the land of Israel. The movement has an anthem called Yad Ahim. As a pioneering Zionist youth movement, Bnei Akiva believes that it is a central commandment of Judaism to emigrate to the land of Israel–“make Aliya“– and maintains that the future of the Jewish people is tied to the state of Israel. Bnei Akiva feels that Jewish youth in the Diaspora should be educated to realize that the State of Israel needs them, and that they, in turn, need it.
In other words, be a traitor to the land of your birth and we’ll help you do it. And boy do they help. And with your money since their operations, like those of so many Zionist recruitment operations, are tax deductable.
Bnei Akiva is the youth movement of the Mizrachi movement, which in the United States is embodied by the Religious Zionists of America organization – basically a bunch of very powerful Jewish fundamentalists whose very own website informs us that they are loyal to Israel first and foremost. Their motto is: “The land of Israel for the people of Israel according to the Torah of Israel.”
Now in case there is any doubt as to their real loyalties, their mission statement removes it completely.
“In a world of shifting commitments to Zionism, the RZA is the sole organization whose singular mission is to be an engine of pro-Israel advocacy, educational programming, and the driving force behind the organized leadership of the Orthodox community in its quest for activities on behalf of the State of Israel.”
The youth movement is designed to make sure that Jewish kids maintain that very same loyalty. It’s all about creating religious fundamentalists committed to a foreign country.
You know, it just occurred to me that with all the bitching and moaning about Islam going on in this country and the great “concern” of so many so called intellectuals over the “radicalization” of Muslim youth in America, that the real concern here needs to be the radicalization of Jewish youth in America – a process that is so widespread, well-coordinated, well-funded and easy to document that the FBI should have no trouble arresting shitloads of traitors. But I digress.
Anyway, I’m sure you all are just dying to know what great opportunities Bnei Akiva provides for young traitors at your expense.
Sit tight, get a barf bag, your favorite beverage, and read on.
First of all, this outfit is basically a cradle to college 24/7 operation. “Bnei Akiva educational programming spans the year and the full range of ages, with members continuing from childhood through the college years, during the school year and during the summer.”
But let’s skip to high-school shenanigans for the sake of brevity.
“In 9 th grade, members of Bnei Akiva all over the world receive their Shevet name, the special name decided by Bnei Akiva in Israel that is assigned to their age-group. From then on, the Shevet becomes the center of a child’s Bnei Akiva chevra (social group), and after participating in our national summer programs after 10th and 11th grades, the Shevet gets to reunite at shabbatonim during the year.
“The final shabbaton of the year brings together Bnei Akivaniks from all over the country, from 9th-12th grade, for a shabbaton held at Moshava on the weekend of the Israel Day Parade in Manhattan. The shabbaton culminates with lively, enthusiastic participation in the Parade.”
We’ll get to the Moshava business in a second. I like how the shevet names come right from Israel. Also, isn’t it nice that there is an Israel Day Parade in New York? How fitting.
And when you are in twelfth grade you get to go to Israel and help the Israeli army.
“Bnei Akiva’s 12th grade winter Solidarity Mission to Israel was initiated two years ago by 3 Bnei Akiva members who were seniors in High School. Infused with the message of Bnei Akiva, these high school students decided it was time that they and their peers did something to show how much they care about Israel. The result was a 10 day mission that was filled not with sight seeing and tourism, but with packing sandbags for the Israeli Army in Sarel, making food packages for poor families in Yerushalayim, and more. Participants left not only with a tremendous sense of accomplishment, but with a renewed commitment to Am Yisrael [the nation of Israel- and Eretz Yisrael [the land of Israel].”
And how cool is that?
Oh, they also note that the Solidarity Mission dudes recently spent “10 packed days volunteering at army bases, visiting hospitals, packaging food for the poor, interacting with victims of terror, and more.”
And if you go here, you can read all about how effective this brainwashing effort is.
And they have this Moshava thing – it’s four camps that they these kids go to every year. Nice camps too.
“The climax of the Bnei Akiva experiences of the year comes during the summer. 4 sleep-away camps in the US and Canada provide exciting, experiential Bnei Akiva education for 4-8 weeks. For children and teens up until 10 th grade, there’s nothing like a summer at Camp Moshava in Indian Orchard, PA , in Ennismore, Ontario , in Wild Rose, WI , and in Camp Stone in Sugar Grove, PA.
It’s only fitting that two of the four camps are in Pennsylvania – the land of nukes for Israel and where the state government has hired an Israeli company to spy on non-Jews living in the so-called Quaker state. They ought to call it the Spy State. And that worthless Zionist governor, Ed Rendell, ought to be deported. (Note: once the contract with the Israeli company was exposed, Rendell did cancel it.)
Then there is also the Mach Hach program which is six weeks for 10th graders in Israel. Guess what? You can sign up for the year 5771 trip today! Yes, and you can go to Israel for six weeks of complete indoctrination.
This video should inspire you:
No Zionist recruitment program could be without it’s holocaust section, and here you can read about how the holocaust is used to tie these kids even more directly to Israel.
They even time this trip so that the kids end up in Israel on Israel’s independence day clearly in order to have as huge a psychological impact as possible.
“From the intense emotion of Poland and Yom HaShoah [Holocaust Day], participants travel to Israel, learning about and experiencing the Jewish people’s triumphant, miraculous rebirth in Medinat Yisrael, culminating with a Yom Ha’Atzmaut [Israel’s independence day] celebration that won’t be soon forgotten.”
And there is just so much more. Go here and browse around.
One last thing on this subject: Remember those summer camps mentioned above? Well, here are some “innovative” things being done at the one that is in eastern Pennsylvania.
“Some of our most innovative ideas include:
- Reliving the vote in the U.N. and the establishment of the State of Israel.
- Building a ‘Time Machine” to bring luminaries from the time of the Rishonim.
- Crossing the “Jordan” in the time of Joshua.
- Re-enacting the siege of Jerusalem in 1948.
- Creating and celebrating the diversity of peoples that live in Israel.
- Treasure hunt using the Rashi from sections of the Torah read during the summer.
- “Flying” the whole camp to the modern State of Israel. [Note to Shas Party members, they don’t actually fly there.]
- Baking cookies in the shape of Medinat Yisrael.”
Hey readers, hope you get to enjoy those cookies. You’re paying for them.
2. So, I can here you all asking, just what is it about Hesham Tillawi that makes him different from Michael Collins Piper, Mark Glenn, and Haifa Wehbe? (Hey, I didn’t mention Haifa Wehbe above, get her off your minds readers. Good grief.) You may be asking, is Hesham (pronounced Hgmbzqt) better looking? Taller? Funnier? Is it because he’s a Palestinian? (you are getting closer). Is it because he has a TV show?
No. Folks. Though no doubt the TV show does help.
Here’s the deal. Although Mark Glenn and Michael Collins Piper can be found via searches on the ADL’s website, Hesham Tillawi actually has his own dedicated ADL web page. Mark Glenn’s main page on the ADL site is just a sub-page on Hesham’s listed under Hesham’s connections with short-dark-skinned guys with nerdy glasses. Just kidding, it’s under Hesham’s “Extremist Affiliations” page. Not even the throaty-voiced RBN nightime host and American Free Press writer Michael Collins Piper has his very own ADL-endorsed and sponsored page. No, to find the Piper, you have to search ADL’s site. But Hesham has his very own page. Click on the picture below and you’ll see how nicely that photo is framed on his ADL webpage.
3. You know, it occurs to me that if Hesham were to shave his head, he’d look an awful lot like Stavros Flately.
Note: If this video does not make you laugh, you must be an Israeli settler. Also, to Shas Party members: the video is just a few minutes long, so it shouldn’t outlast your attention span. Also, it would help if you knew something about Riverdance first.
4. Okay all you students and lovers of Arabic, you will like this. There’s a new invention that makes learning the language so much easier and all the tuyuur here at Mantiq al-Tayr are profoundly disappointed that they did not think of it first. It’s chewing gum. And below is proof positive that it works.
Clevon America is great. His vids are here. I’ll post more in the future.
Oh hell, I’ll do one more now. It’s a great game all you parents can play with your kids. Maybe they play it at the brainwashing camps run by Bnei Akiva. It’s called Gazapoly and it is not only great fun, it’s very educational.
5. Now that’s enough fun and frolic.
“In five minutes flat we were all blown to hell.”
You know, it really sucks when you get forced to fight in somebody else’s wars. The Australians sure found this out during World War I at Gallipoli. (This did not stop them from getting involved in Vietnam, but I digress).
“Australians and New Zealanders recognise 25 April as a ceremonial occasion to reflect on the futility of war and to remember those who fought and lost their lives for their country. Commemorative services are held at dawn, the time of the original landing, mainly at war memorials in cities and towns across both nations. One of the traditions of Anzac Day is the ‘gunfire breakfast’ (coffee with rum added) which occurs shortly after many dawn ceremonies, and recalls the ‘breakfast’ taken by many soldiers before facing battle. Later in the day, ex-servicemen and ex-servicewomen meet and join in marches through the major cities and many smaller centres.”
If this video does not affect you, then you must be a neo-con trying to get us into more wars.