Dieser Blog war aus technischem Grund nicht erreichbar/This Blog Has Been down for a Technical Reason

This entry was posted in deutsch, english, euromed. Bookmark the permalink.

8 Responses to Dieser Blog war aus technischem Grund nicht erreichbar/This Blog Has Been down for a Technical Reason

  1. friedrich says:

    RE: Paris, France
    The Latest: France urges stepped up international action to end Israeli-Palestinian conflict Associated Press Oct. 16, 2015 |

    Israeli soldiers treat a wounded comrade after he was stabbed by a Palestinian, seen on the ground, during clashes in Hebron, West Bank Friday, Oct. 16, 2015. The Palestinian man wearing a yellow “press” vest and a T-shirt identifying him as journalist stabbed and wounded an Israeli soldier in the West Bank city of Hebron on Friday before being shot dead by troops, the latest in a monthlong spate of attacks. (AP Photo/Nasser Shiyoukhi)
    France’s Proposed Solution To Israel-Palestine Conflict Sidelines U.S.
    But the country has invited 19 other countries and the Arab League to the peace talks.
    Posted: 10/14/2015

    Koenig’s Eye View from the White House
    October 23, 2015

    • France’s war against the Jews
    • French government pays millions of euros, dollars and shekels to Palestinian NGOs whose stated goal is to destroy Israel
    Our World: France’s war against the Jews
    Source: Caroline Glick
    France’s plan to use its position at the U.N. Security Council to bring about the deployment of international monitors to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem has been condemned by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his ministers as biased, unhelpful and detached from reality.
    Certainly it is all those things. But France’s decision to use its diplomatic position to advance a plan which, if implemented, would end Israeli sovereignty over Judaism’s holiest site is first and foremost a French act of aggression against the Jewish state.
    Contrary to what the French government would have us believe, France’s Temple Mount gambit is not an effort to quell the violence. French protestations of concern over the loss of life in the current tempest of Palestinian terrorism ring hollow.
    France doesn’t really oppose Palestinian terrorism. To the contrary, it facilitates it.
    Every year, the French government pays millions of euros, dollars and shekels to Palestinian NGOs whose stated goal is to destroy Israel. Through its NGO agents, France finances the radicalization of Palestinian society. This French-financed radicalization makes Palestinian terrorism inevitable.
    Much of the current rhetoric used by the Palestinians to reject Israel’s legitimacy and justify violence against Jews is found in strategic documents that France paid Palestinian NGOs to write.
    According to NGO Monitor, between 2010 and 2013, France gave $6.5 million to a consortium of Palestinian NGOs called the NGO Development Center. It paid for the NDC to put together a strategic plan to advance its members’ goals. That French-initiated-and-financed document includes a list of activities not aimed at promoting peace, enhancing the daily lives of Palestinians, or expanding economic growth. (Emphasis added.)
    Rather, the French-financed strategic planning document provides a list of activities that the NGOs will undertake to delegitimize and criminalize Israel and ensure that Palestinians hate the Jewish state and view it as the cause of all their suffering.
    Again, while their statements are correct, they miss the point. It isn’t that France is doing nothing to ensure freedom of religion. Through its actions, France has shown that it isn’t even vaguely interested in promoting freedom and peace. The policy of the French government, revealed yet again by its bid to end Israeli control of the Temple Mount, is to delegitimize Israel and curry the favor of jihadists at the expense of the Jews of Israel and of France alike.
    For the entire commentary, click here: Caroline Glick
    France advancing plan to deploy international observers at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount
    Source: The Jerusalem Post
    France is drafting a ‘presidential statement’ in order to advance a plan to station international observers at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount to ensure that the status quo at the site is preserved, French daily Le Figaro reported on Saturday, quoting French diplomatic sources.
    French Ambassador to the U.N. Francois Delattre said, at an emergency meeting on Friday of the UN Security Council on the ongoing violence between Israel and the Palestinians, that he would circulate a draft statement to the council that would appeal for calm and restraint and for a revival of the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and for maintaining the status quo at the Temple Mount.
    Statements by the 15-member council must be agreed unanimously.
    The unrest in recent weeks has been triggered in part by Palestinians’anger over what they claim to be increased Jewish encroachment at the Jerusalem holy site which is revered by both the Muslim and Jewish faithful.
    On Friday, Israel’s envoy to the U.N. Danny Danon said at the security council meeting that Israel will never agree to the stationing of international forces at the site.
    “If you are serious about promoting peace, if you are really committed to advancing coexistence in our region, make a clear statement against the incitement that fuels terror, support direct negotiations,” Danon said on Friday, addressing the international community and the U.N. Security Council.
    Danon also made clear that Israel will not agree to any international presence on the Temple Mount since “any such intervention would violate the decades long status quo,” which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had repeatedly committed to maintaining.

    November 13, 2015
    Jordanian officials arrive to set stage for Temple Mount cameras
    Officials from Ministry of Religious Endowments to inspect technical side of setting up CCTV system on holy site
    Palestinian rights activist raises possibility Israel behind Paris attacks

    Paris attacks: Bataclan and other assaults leave many dead
    13-14 November 2015
    Eyewitness accounts from the scene
    The attack on the 1,500-seat Bataclan hall was by far the deadliest of Friday night’s attacks. Gunmen opened fire on concert-goers watching US rock group Eagles of Death Metal. The event had been sold out.

    Bataclan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ba-ta-clan
    Lord Have Mercy

  2. Braveheart says:


    Schüsse in Bagnolet bei Paris?
    Behörden geben Entwarnung

    Die Nerven sind angespannt: Französische Medien berichten über einen Zwischenfall in der Kleinstadt Bagnolet. Kurz darauf geben Behörden allerdings Entwarnung.

    Schüsse und Explosionen wurden in Bagnolet gehört, hieß es in Medienberichten.
    Ein Helikopter überfliegt die Zone zwischen dem 20. Arrondissement und Montreuil. Einwohner vor Ort sprechen von einer Verfolgungsjagd, meldete unter anderem die Nachrichtenseite “www.dna.fr” am Samstagmittag.

    Inzwischen gab es allerdings Entwarnung.
    Es gebe keine Verfolgungsjagd, sagte ein Behördenvertreter im Gespräch mit “Le Monde”.

    “Da ist nichts”, zitiert das Blatt, eine Polizeiquelle.
    Die Präfektur von Seine-Saint-Denis erklärte der Nachrichtenseite “20minutes.fr”, dass das, was einige für Schüsse hielten,

    lediglich Knaller für eine Hochzeit gewesen seien.


    Braut zum Bräutigam:

    “Von dem bisschen Kriegsrecht lassen wir uns unsere Hochzeit
    jetzt aber nicht vermießen, mon amant. Merde !!!”

    Der Bräutigam beruhigend:

    “No, no, mon amour.
    Cela m’a fait plaisir. Das ist kein Probläm.
    Die Knallär fallön doch garnischd mär auf in diesem Getöse.
    Muß där Ausnahmezustand ebän warten.
    C’est la vie!”

  3. Tommy Rasmussen says:

    14.11.2015 – Frankreich hatte eine führende Rolle, unter anderem mit Waffenlieferungen unter Bruch des EU-Embargos, bei der Unterstützung des Terrorismus zur Erschaffung des ISIS-Kalifats.

  4. Braveheart says:


    Terror in Paris
    Deutscher General spricht von Bündnisfall der Nato

    Nur Stunden nach der ersten Attacke wurde auf Twitter diskutiert, ob dieser Angriff auf Frankreich ein Fall für Artikel 5 des Nato-Vertrags ist. Also: ein Angriff auf die gesamte Nato, der zum gegenseitigen Beistand der Mitglieder verpflichtet.


    Heute Nacht um 0.49 Uhr sicherte Nato-Generalsekretär Jens Stoltenberg Frankreich die Unterstützung des Militärbündnisses zu.

    Die Nato stehe im Kampf gegen den Terrorismus an der Seite Frankreichs. Stoltenberg: „Terrorismus wird nie die Demokratie besiegen.”


    Der deutsche Nato-General a.D. Egon Ramms (67) zu BILD: „Eine ähnliche Situation hat im Jahr 2001 zum Bündnisfall geführt. Der Nato-Rat müsste auf Antrag von Frankreich entscheiden, ob das nach den Anschlägen von Paris jetzt auch der Fall ist.“


  5. Braveheart says:

    +++ 21:46 Bataclan war offenbar doch kein zufälliges Ziel +++

    Die Version eines willkürlich gewählten Anschlagsortes gerät ins Wanken. Wie mehrere israelische Medien berichten, wurde das Bataclan bis vor zwei Monaten über Jahrzehnte von jüdischen Eigentümern geführt. Bis im September habe es auch regelmäßig pro-israelitische Veranstaltungen gegeben. Bereits 2011 habe eine Terrorgruppe um den 17-jährigen Belgier Cécile Vannier auf den Veranstaltungsort einen Anschlag verüben wollen, berichtet “Le Monde”.


  6. Braveheart says:

    Anschlag trägt andere Züge als der Gladio-Terror zuletzt bei Charlie-Hebdo

    Hollande spricht von Krieg – NATO-Bündnisfall mit Krieg gegen Baschar al-Assad? – deutlicher “Wink mit dem Zaunpfahl” über die Grenze – in die Bundesrepublik


  7. Pingback: Paris Massacre: Yet Another NWO False Flag Operation For Police State in Europe and Boots on the Ground in Syria | aladdinsmiraclelamp

Leave a Reply