Tuesday, October 14, 2008


The New Starlet Of Zionism

Do not allow her smart clothing, the pleasant visage and friendly smile to hypnotize you and obscure the macabre agenda driving this life long Zionist -- the dream has always been Eretz Yisrael.

Israeli Foreign minister, Tzipi Livni, was narrowly, elected over former defense minister Shaul Mofaz by her fellow Likud-niks turn Kadima party members to take the place of corruption-plagued Ehud Olmert as Prime Minister of Israel on September 17, 2008. As with all Zionist Prime Ministers before, her pedigree for the post is perfect: A sinister Mossad Spy, a murdering international terrorist and a legal apologist for the crimes of Israel internally and across the globe. Livni will probably become prime minister of Israel in the wake of her deal with labor amounting 50 of the necessary 61 seats to form a new government. She is currently negotiating with smaller parties to reach the mandatory number of seats.

Her father, Eitan Livni (left), was chief operations officer in the Zionist terrorist group Irgun that bombed, shot and tortured British soldiers, British civil servants and Palestinian civilians to clear the way for the Jews to steal Palestine and make it their promised land. His Irgun nom de guerre was “Yeruham.” These denizens did everything advertised about your local "Islamo-Fascist Terrorists.” Nevertheless, the media continues to feed us a fantastic view that these murdereres were somehow God ispired "activists”– as if all they did were pray, prosletize and make some kind of nonviolent public plea to attain their designs.

Eitan was also closely involved with Menachem Begin in the bombing of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, which killed close to 100 British civil servants, Palestinians and even a few Jews who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. The bombers dressed as Arabs to plant the explosives (makes one wonder about the dancing Arabs that turned out to be Israeli agents in the aftermath of 911). Eitan was once sentenced to 15 years for attacking a British base, but escaped from the British prison at Acre. Eitan was born in Poland in 1919 and made his Aliyah to Palestine in 1925.

Irgun was also responsible for the infamous Deir Yassin massacre in 1948, where Zionists systematically killed over 250 innocent Palestinians, who had made a peace agreement with the Haganah, another Jewish terrorist group. "We Created Terror Among the Arabs," noted an atoning participant in the slaughter. Eitan Livni became a Likud Knesset member in 1974, and served until 1984.

Tzipi’s mother, Sarah Rosenberg, was also an Irgun Terrorist who once robbed a train while disguised as a pregnant woman. Her little gang blew up a few trains as well. Sarah Livni did most of the child-rearing and was very strict. What a lovely murder duo they must have made!

The two were the very first married Zionist couple in the newly formed State of Israel in 1948, Tzipi Livni belongs to Zionist royalty. Her father is even buried under a tombstone with a symbol of the Irgun that has a map of “Eretz Ysrael” that includes land on both sides of the Jordan River, i.e. land belonging to the Jordanian people. Eitan died in 1991, and Sarah died in 2007.

Tzipi Livni was born in 1958 and entered the IDF in 1976 serving until 1979. She became a lieutenant and served as an instructor at the officers’ training school. In 1979, she enrolled at Bar-Ilan University for a law degree. A year later, she was recruited by the Mossad.

But Tzipy Livni is no slacker in Zionist undertakings, herself. Tzipi acting in her MOSSAD capacity took part in the poisoning of an Iraqi scientist in Paris in 1983. She officially resigned from the Mossad afterward in 1984.

In 1984, she married accountant and adman Naftali Spitzer, and completed her law degree. They have two children, Omri and Yuval. From 1984 to 1996, Livni praticed as an attorney, specializing in real estate and corporate law.

In 1996, in the wake of Oslo and the Rabin assassination, she decided to enter politics. She ran for the Knesset. Benjamin Netanyahu won the election and named her director general of the Government Companies Authority. During her tenure she saw through the most ambitious privatization program in Israeli history, selling off government companies to the tune of $4 billion in just two years.

She was elected to the Knesset again in 1999, taking 18th place on the Likud list, in an election where Likud won 19 seats. She became a member of the Constitution, Law and Justice Committee, and the Committee for the Advancement of the Status of Women.

Her career took off when Ariel Sharon was named Prime Minister in 2001. She quickly became part of the Prime Minister’s inner cirlce, helping to formulate the Gaza Disengagement Plan, and in March 2001, Tzipi Livni was appointed Minister for Regional Cooperation.

In February 2003, Tzipi Livni was appointed Minister of Immigrant Absorption in the 30th Government, in which she also served as Minister of Housing and Construction.

In June 2004, using her lawyerly expertise she drafted a compromise agreement on the disengagement between Sharon and three senior cabinet rebels: Benjamin Netanyahu, Silvan Shalom and Limor Livnat.

In 2004, she won the “Quality of Government” medal for her contribution to clean government in Israel.

In December 2004 she was appointed Minister of Justice, and in January 2006, Minister of Foreign Affairs. As Justice Minister, Livni insisted on the appointment of conservative law professor Ruth Gavison, although Gavison’s appointment was never approved.

On November 20, 2005, Livni left the Likud with Sharon and other party moderates to set up centrist Kadima. As one of the founding members of the Kadima Party, Minister Livni drafted the new party’s platform, and became third on the party list. She did not challenge Ehud Olmert, who was second, for the leadership when Sharon suffered a major brain hemorrhage in January 2006. When Likud ministers withdrew from the government, Olmert appointed her acting foreign minister, in the run-up to a March election Kadima would win.

In May 2006, Tzipi Livni was appointed Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs in the 31st Government of Israel.

She also served as Minister of Justice from November 2006 until February 2007.

In April 2007, Livni was again recognized, this time by Time magazine, which named her one of the 100 most influential people on the planet -- number 40.

On September 17, 2008, Livni beat out political rival Shaul Mofaz in the Kadima Party primary to take over the leadership of the party.

Israeli women have a relatively weak representation in government, business and other discourse in Israel. Israeli women lag behind women in countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan in attaining positions of power. Despite this exceptional miracle of Tzipi Livni's ascendancy, women in Israel remain in the background. The ultra religious institutions even refused to print Tzipi's picture and name on their media outlets. The culture of discrimination and inequality, which permeates Israeli society cuts across race, religion and gender; afterall even being a Jew does not endemnify one from its adverse effects.

Livni is an Israeli hawk consequently, she prioritizes Israel's military prowess above peace isues. "Security needs to be detailed in every agreement," she noted. "An agreement can't be reached without agreeing on security issues. Israel can't permit herself to just throw the keys to the other side and hope for the best," she remarked.

"We want to make clear that this region is one in which you either beat the neighborhood bully, or you join him. . . . All hesitation creates an image of weakness. Iran needs to understand the threat of a military move exists and is not being taken off the table. The more that this is made clear, the less the need to put this to use, later on. Thus, keeping the military threat on the table is important," she asserted.

A known Sharonite, Livni stands firmly against the dismantlement of Jewish settlements in the West Bank and opposes a return to the 1967 borders. She is also vehemently against the repatriation of Palestinian refugees who were uprooted and expelled from their homes when Israel was created more than 60 years ago.

Therefore, it would be naive thinking to pin real hopes on Livni for advancing the peace process. In essence, her overall strategy is to annex the largest possible part of the West Bank, especially in Jerusalem, and impose the fait accompli on the Palestinians. She is also against reliquinshing the Golan Heights back to Syria.

Livni would merely continue the 60 years long policies of Zionism; maintain and intensify the Judaicization of the occupied territories, especially East Jerusalem, and at the same time keep a superficial peace process alive in order to impede the restoration of Palestinian unity and to receive benefices from Western Countries through aid and support in world bodies such as the United Nations. Her pronouncements and positions as foreign minister show that she is an extremist. She insists that the Palestinians must recognize Israel as a state for the Jews.

Tzipora Malka Livni is the more dangerous precisely because she presents a soft and stealthy moderate outer shell, while at the core she represents staunch hegemonic paradigms of Zionism. The unity of the Palestinian people and the attainment of their rightful aspirations would best be served by a transparent Israeli government, not one mired in black operations' diplomacy.


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