Prime Minister Lloyd George wrote:

"It was at one of the darkest periods of the War that Mr Balfour first
prepared his Declaration. At that time the French Army had mutinied; the
Italian Army was on the verge of collapse; America had hardly started preparing in
earnest. There was nothing left but Britain confronting the most powerful
military combination that the world had ever seen. It was very important for us to
seek every legitimate help that we could get. The Government came to the
conclusion, from information received from every part of the world, that it
was very vital that we should have the sympathies of the Jewish community.

[…] Under those conditions and with the advice they received, the Government
decided that it was desirable for us to secure the sympathy and cooperation
of that most remarkable community, the Jews, throughout the world."

This is a patently, provably false statement from Lloyd George which suggests that he himself was a jew!

There's absolutely NOTHING that the penniless 16 million jews of the world, less than 0.25% of the world's population, could have offered this world superpower Great Britain at this time in its history.

This is the biggest jew LIE of all time, leading to the biggest jew success story of all time:  the murder of hundreds of millions of Christians in the Boslhevik Revolution and WWII.



Our War and Terrorism Part 2.
American Free Press, Jan. 7, 14, 2002, pp. 14, 21.
Analyzing the Roots of Middle East Turmoil
A history of perfidy and betrayal in the Mideast gives insight into the
motivations behind the Sept.11 terrorist attacks.
By Dr. Robert John

Presidents Bush and Clinton said that "we are a target because we stand for
democracy, freedom, and human rights in the world. Nonsense! People in
Canada enjoy democracy, freedom, and human rights. So do the people of Norway and
Sweden. Have you heard of Canadian embassies being bombed? Or Norwegian, or
Swedish?" Robert Bowman, bishop of the United Catholic Church in Melbourne
Beach FL, who marched in protest of Israeli attacks in Bethlehem and other Palestinian
towns. He flew 101 combat missions in Vietnam.

Essentially, from the end of World War I to World War II, the empires of
Britain, France, and Italy, controlled Arab territories. Since then, the United
States has been the controlling imperial power in the Middle East.

Prior to World War I, Arab territories were part of the Ottoman Empire. The
Sultan had taken the title of Khalif-al-Islam, or supreme religious leader of
Moslems everywhere. When Turkey joined Germany in the war, the Sultan sent a
summons to Sherif Hussein of Mecca, great-grandfather of the present King of
Jordan, to declare a Jihad, or holy war, against the Allies. The British
promised to support Arab independence, if Hussein revolted instead.

There is a moment in the film Lawrence of Arabia when Peter O'Toole, clad in
an Arab clothes not unlike Osama bin Laden, asks General Allenby (Jack
Hawkins) to confirm that he can promise Sherif Hussein independence in
return for Arab support in destroying the Turkish army. For just a brief, devastating
moment, Hawkins hesitates; then his face becomes all smiling benevolence: "Of course!"

he says. Eventually shamed by what happened to British honor, Lawrence returned his

medals to the British government.

I have held in my hand the long-secret document for the inner group (USA,
Britain, France, Italy) at the Paris Peace Conference that clearly recognizes
that the Arabs had been promised their independence in 1915, including
Palestine! It is marked "SECRET This Document is the property of His Britannic
Majesty's Government."

Kept secret, because in 1917 the British government-through international
bankers-offered a national home for Jews in Palestine, at the expense of the
land and future of the Palestinians.

This promissory note to Lord Rothschild for the Zionist Federation, the
Balfour Declaration, partly drafted by Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court Louis Brandeis, and underwritten by the Congress of the United States of America,
has cost and continues to cost American taxpayers billions of dollars a year.
The intervention has caused suffering to millions of people, and death to
many, and its consequences are major influences on domestic and international

Brandeis, who joined the Court in 1916, was actually nominated by trial
attorney Louis Untermeyer, in return for his pre-1916-election purchase and
suppression of Wilson's passionate letters to Mary Allen Peck, with whom
Wilson had committed adultery.

Similarly, Lloyd George was beholden to a barrister, Rufus Isaacs, by whom
he was implicated in insider trading in Marconi shares. When Isaacs was offered
and accepted the post of Lord Chief Justice less than six months later,
Rudyard Kipling wrote Gehazi, since described as 'one of the greatest hate
poems ever written.' Instead of jail, within the shortest time ever, Isaacs was
made a baron, a viscount, an earl, and Marquess-of Reading.

The noted Jewish author Arthur Koestler wrote that in the perfidious
correspondence "one nation solemnly promised to a second nation the country
of a third." More than that, the land was still part of the empire of a fourth,
namely Turkey.

Lloyd George had only headed the Government since December 1916, when his
predecessor Asquith was ousted by a coup de main.  George had been legal
counsel for the Zionists, and while Minister of Munitions, had assured Chaim
Weizmann, future president of Israel, that "he was very keen to see a Jewish state
established in Palestine." George's choice as his Foreign Secretary was
Arthur Balfour, already known for his Zionist sympathies.

After World War I, Prime Minister Lloyd George wrot
e in his Memoirs of the
Peace Conference, where, as planned years before, the Zionists were strongly
represented, that there was competition with Germany for Jewish support:

"There is no better proof of the value of the Balfour Declaration as a
military move than the fact that Germany entered into negotiations with
Turkey in an endeavor to provide an alternative scheme which would appeal to Zionists. A
German-Jewish Society, the V. J. O. D., was formed, and in January 1918,
Talaat, the Turkish Grand Vizier, at the instigation of the Germans, gave
vague promises of legislation by means of which "all justifiable wishes of the
Jews in Palestine would be able to meet their fulfillment."

"Another most cogent reason for the adoption by the Allies of the policy of
the Declaration lay in the state of Russia herself. Russian Jews had been
secretly active on behalf of the Central Powers from the first; they had
become the chief agents of German pacifist propaganda in Russia; by 1917 they had done
much in preparing for that general disintegration of Russian society, later
recognized as the Revolution. It was believed that if Great Britain declared
for the fulfillment of Zionist aspirations in Palestine under her own pledge,
one effect would be to bring Russian Jewry to the cause of the Entente.

"It was believed, also, that such a declaration would have a potent influence
upon world Jewry outside Russia, and secure for the Entente the aid of
Jewish financial interests. In America, their aid in this respect would have a
special value when the Allies had almost exhausted the gold and marketable
securities available for American purchases. Such were the chief
considerations which, in 1917, impelled the British Government towards making a contract with
Jewry" (p. 726).

Twenty years later, in a speech given in the context of continuing violence
between Arabs and Jews in Palestine, David Lloyd George affirmed in the
Commons on 19 June 1936, his justification for the Balfour Declaration in support of
British interests. […]

"It was at one of the darkest periods of the War that Mr Balfour first
prepared his Declaration. At that time the French Army had mutinied; the
Italian Army was on the verge of collapse; America had hardly started preparing in
earnest. There was nothing left but Britain confronting the most powerful
military combination that the world had ever seen. It was very important for us to
seek every legitimate help that we could get. The Government came to the
conclusion, from information received from every part of the world, that it
was very vital that we should have the sympathies of the Jewish community.

[…] Under those conditions and with the advice they received, the Government
decided that it was desirable for us to secure the sympathy and cooperation
of that most remarkable community, the Jews, throughout the world."

Winston Churchill said:
"The Balfour Declaration must, therefore, not be regarded as a promise given
from sentimental motives; it was a practical measure taken in the interests
of a common cause at a moment when that cause could afford to neglect no factor
of moral or material assistance."  Speaking in the House of Commons on 4
July 1922, Winston Churchill asked rhetorically,  "Are we to keep our pledge to
the Zionists made in 1917?  Pledges and promises were made during the war, and
they were made, not only on the merits, though I think the merits are considerable.


They were made because it was considered they would be of
value to us in our struggle to win the war. It was considered that the support which the
Jews could give us all over the world, and particularly in the United States, and
also in Russia, would be a definite palpable advantage.

I was not responsible at that time for the giving of those pledges, nor for
the conduct of the war of which they were, when given, an integral part. But
like other members I supported the policy of the War Cabinet. Like other
members, I accepted and was proud to accept a share in those great
transactions, which left us with terrible losses, with formidable obligations, but
nevertheless with unchallengeable victory."

As for Britain, Oxford historian Elizabeth Monroe's study, Britain's Moment
in the Middle East (Chatto & Windus, 1963, p.43) concludes, "Measured by
British interests alone, the Balfour Declaration was one of the greatest
mistakes in our imperial history."

Sir Arnold Toynbee, historian and a delegate to the (1919) Paris Peace
Conference, wrote in his foreword to The Palestine Diary (New World Press)
that there are Palestinian refugees because "Jewish immigration was imposed on
the Palestinian Arabs by British military power
…The tragedy in Palestine is not
just a local one; it is a tragedy for the World, because it is an injustice that is
a menace to the World's peace. Britain's guilt is not diminished by the
humiliating fact that she is now impotent to redress the wrong that has been

William Yale, who was special agent of the State Dept. in the Near East in
World War I, told me on 12th May 1970 that Woodrow Wilson had asked him in
1919 to interview persons who might be influential to the future of the area.  He
interviewed General Allenby, Chaim Weizmann and others.  Yale asked Weizmann
what he would do if the British did not support the Balfour Declaration for
the establishment of a national home for the Jews in Palestine.  Yale said,
"Weizmann pounded his fist on the table and the teacups jumped.  'If they
don't,' he said, 'we'll smash the British Empire like we smashed the Russian Empire."

For some Germans and others following World War I, the weight given the
Balfour Declaration by British Prime Minister Lloyd George, Winston
Churchill, and other powerful figures, in securing allegedly critical Jewish support
resulting in the Allied victory, lent credence from the highest authorities
to anti-Jewish feeling.  Is this a way of understanding subsequent German
susceptibility to discrimination against Jews following the Great War?  The integrating
relationship between German Jews and non-Jews was disrupted, a relationship
that had been so firm that many German Jews could hardly accept that it had been

President Wilson was no better than the British imperialists, for all the advertising of

self-determination of peoples as an American value. A commission, headed by his appointees,

 King and Crane, was sent to elucidate the state of opinion in the area.

They sent a telegram to the President on 20 June 1919, warning "There was a
deep belief in American peace declarations 'as in those of the British and
French Governments of 9 November 1918 on right of people to
self-determination." The Commission's Report stated "There was hostility to French control of
Syria, and "The feeling against the Zionist program was not confined to Palestine
but was shared very generally throughout the area."

Permission was not given for the printing of extracts of the Report until
after the U. S. Congress had confirmed the Balfour Declaration, where the
Resolution was introduced by Mr. Hamilton Fish of New York, and the League
of Nations had approved a proposed British Mandate for Palestine. Thus, in the one area
of the Near/Middle East where the wishes for self-determination of the
inhabitants had been determined, Wilson suppressed the information. Wilson
was-in the words of his Secretary of War Lindley Garrison-a man of high ideals and no

The resolution adopted by the United States Congress: on June 30, 1922 was
the following:  Resolved by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States
of America in Congress assembled. That the United States of America favours
the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it
being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which should prejudice
the civil and religious rights of Christians and all other non-Jewish
communities in Palestine, and the holy places and religious buildings and sites in
Palestine shall be adequately protected.

Why have American presidents and the United States Congress dishonored the
American people by not keeping that pledge to the "Christians and all other
non-Jewish communities in Palestine"?

In area wars resulting from the British pledge and its implementation, and
American support, millions of the Palestinians' neighbors in Egypt, Iraq,
Lebanon, and Syria, even Saudi Arabia, have been involved. Can one deny
righteous anger - even hatred - of descendants who learn the truth? Did the men who
piloted those planes on September 11, 2001 know?

Public ignorance in Europe and America of these facts, and many more
supporting them, allows Britons and Americans to be free from guilt for the
enormity of crimes resulting from the perfidy?the breach of faith of their
representatives Lloyd George and Woodrow Wilson, and those who followed
them. The German people have been required to acknowledge, atone and pay for the sins of some
of their fathers "unto the third and fourth generation." Should the British,
American and Jewish people acknowledge, atone and pay for the deaths,
dispossession and exile of millions of Palestinians? (See footnote)

When Britain withdrew its forces from Palestine in response to Jewish
terrorism, Field Marshall Montgomery, Chief of the Imperial General Staff,
wrote, "The result of being driven out of Palestine was to weaken our overall
strategic position in the Middle East, and that of the Western world generally in the
struggle between East and West."

At the beginning of the 20th century millions of people in the Near and
Middle East from Lebanon to Afghanistan believed that an Englishman's word
was his bond and that the States of America were neutral in Near and Middle Eastern
matters. A century later, millions there who know the facts believe the USA
is their enemy - even a Great Satan - and Britain has become its running dog
with Blair barking ?"bin Laden!"

Too much history? The peoples of the Middle East live it. The Economist Oct.
15, 2001 edition about the attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon,
noting "the day a British mandate came into force in Palestine, over the
heads of unyielding Arab opposition," quoted from a dispatch from Jerusalem to
London's The Times of 1922.

"The Arabs declared a day of mourning throughout the city and the shops were
closed as a protest against today's formal proclamation of the Mandate, but
no Jews were molested."-The day was September 11. Lawrence of Arabia would
understand US911.

(Footnote. "Let us not forget that the founders of modern,
international  terrorism were the Zionist revisionists led by Jabotinsky, who inspired
Menchem Begin, leader of the Irgun Zwei Leumi, and Yitzhak Shamir's leader
of the Stern Gang (Lehi). Have we forgotten the huge bomb these people left in the
basement of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem?

"Have we forgotten the massacre at Deir Yassein and numerous other similar
act of extermination which were designed to terrorize the Palestinian people
and send them fleeing for their lives away from their land?   Have we forgotten
the slow hanging with piano wire of the kidnapped British Army sergeants
Mervyn Paice and Clifford Martin in the eucalyptus groves of Netanya? (Their bodies
were also booby-trapped with explosives."

Bamford, James. Excerpts from Body of Secrets, in The Guardian, Sept 8,

� 2002 .A New Enlightment Feature
This the second of a series of three on Our War and Terrorism

Dr. John is a leading foreign affairs expert, and diplomatic historian. He
is the author of The Palestine Diary: British, American and United Nations
Intervention 1914-1948. In his foreword, Arnold Toynbee, the outstanding
historian of the 20th century, wrote, "I hope this book will be widely read in the
United States, and this by Jewish and non-Jewish Americans. If the American
Government were constrained by American public opinion to take a
non-partisan line in Palestine, the situation in Palestine might quickly change for the better."

John K. Cooley, Middle East Bureau, The Christian Science Monitor, wrote,
"It is a most illuminating and useful book. It should be in universities and
libraries, and especially in the hands of historians, throughout the world."

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