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it my humble opinion that israel can become a great democracy

and not a military base for the USA.  That is my prayer.  Arabs cannot keep Israelis and Jews out of the Holy Places in Iraq and Iran much longer.  It cuts both ways always–a free palestinian state will require that Hamas obeys the laws of all states in the UN.  Palestine will then be equipped with pre-nuclear weapons given to it by russian-muslim forces.  Then the Mormons will make their move to buy up Jerusalem like the Greeks did.  where is the temple of solomon?  it means nothing to zionists, nor christians…why? Because the Mormons have the Temple Eye working for them, the Masons are Mormons.  

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  1. Watching the foreign news wires:
    Just in from Jerusalem,
    Crowds of Israelis protesting in the streets
    questioning a government that offers
    no hope to the people.
    It looked like a scene from the
    other protests coming out of
    that part of the world recently.
    Protesters site too much money being
    spent on defense and security issues
    and not enough on the standard needs
    of the people.
    ………………..Sounds like here??????????

  2. Let me tell you something that we Israelis have against Moses. He took us 40 years through the desert in order to bring us to the one spot in the Middle East that has no oil! –Golda Meir, Israeli Prime Minister

  3. Sheila Putang says:

    There has been alot of my friends saying that the end of the world is not coming in 2012 but the change of the world being a male dominate controlled one to a more naturing female lead world. This tells me that you are on the right track!!!

  4. Sheila Putang says:

    Roseanne You are so right on! Israel can become a democratic country with peace, if they truly work at it.. And not be influenced by the current American Policy setters. If this was to happen it would be a great change for their people and other countries might not hate them so much.

  5. yes we are marked for death at every corner, Israel or not. I can fix it though. I am House of David. I know the merkoba. women have never before been allowed to know of it, and now i will show them how it works. when women are allowed the keys/seeds things will change.

  6. Thanks Joy S. I’ve been making this point for years. There is no such word or group of people called “Palestine.”
    Roseanne, I think you may be coming around a bit. Remember this discussion we had back in March?
    caspcny March 6, 2011 11:30 PM
    97% of Jewish Israelis pose this deep seated thought. Palestine is a made up concept.
    Dennis Miller’s words:
    “The Palestinians want their own country.
    There’s just one thing about that: There are no Palestinians.
    It’s a made up word. Israel was called Palestine for two thousand years.
    Like “Wiccan,” “Palestinian” sounds ancient but is really a modern Invention. Before the Israelis won the land in war, Gaza was owned by Egypt, and there were no “Palestinians” then, and the West Bank Was owned by Jordan, and there were no “Palestinians” then. As soon as the Jews took over and started growing oranges as big as basketballs, what do you know, say hello to the Palestinians,” weeping for Their deep bond with their lost “land” and “nation.”
    So for the sake of honesty, let’s not use the word “Palestinian” any more to describe these delightful folks, who dance for joy at our Deaths until someone points out they’re being taped.”
    Some of my closest friends live right on the border of Gaza in Israel in a town called Sderot. Nobody took notice of Sderot, even most Israelis, until the Kassam rockets started raining down on there heads on a daily basis, many times a day. There was no reason for this action by the Arabs of Gaza, it was totally unprovoked by Israel, borders have to be in place for safety. It went on for more than 2 years. Kids couldn’t go to school because every few minutes the sirens would blare and they would have to run into their shelters at home and at school the days they could get to school with all the chaos. Mandatory shelters, by law, in every house, every building in Israel.
    I am very well connected in Israel. A friend in Sderot is the head of the entire security system of the Gaza border. He took me to the site, he showed me the shards of exploded Kassams on shelf after shelf at the police station. Hundreds of them, hurled into Israel and I say again unprovoked.
    These Arabs can be absorbed into Jordan so easily. Jordan doesn’t want them. In the south they can be taken in by Egypt, the Egyptians don’t want them (let’s not forget they got the Sinai. In the North, same thing with Lebanon.
    I do however have more mixed feelings about any new settlements built in the West Bank. It just provokes more trouble, but there are security concerns as to why the extremists do it and why the Israeli government lets them slip in a little at a time.
    What say you Rosanne??
    Love and Peace,
    Carolyn from NY
    Reply
    Roseanne March 7, 2011 2:34 AM
    in reply to caspcny
    Occupation is illegal.
    Reply
    caspcny March 7, 2011 8:57 AM
    The very core of me believes that too, but how do you see a two state solution coming about without the Jews losing more land? It’s so tiny already. Do you really believe it’s possible when the majority of the Arab world, so strong in numbers, just wants to see the annihilation of the whole Jewish race?
    What about the recent and very rampant rise in antisemitism we are feeling here in the US from drunken actors to ordinary folks? For instance, my son’s 11th grade hockey team felt the sting at a recent game played between our High School with a very high population of Jewish kids against a school with almost no Jewish kids. Hockey games get heated up and kids get a little wild anyway, but how do you explain a 16 year old boy shouting out on the ice to our goalie, “MY ANCESTORS KILLED YOUR ANCESTORS, YOU KIKE” Just like that, there it was. (Uch I can’t even stomach typing that word let alone think about it, my family lost so many members during the Holocaust). Where did this child even learn this word? It obviously could only have been taught to him by his parents. This is Long Island, it’s not some redneck area of the country. If a little local hockey game can bring a child to say such a disgusting thing, where do we go from there? I think it’s an example of something much larger and a sign of bigger problems to come.
    Anyway, can’t we just have that one little piece of land to call our own? I feel so strongly about it. I know you aim for peace as a main goal in your own life and about your own Judaism. What does your Jewish heart tell you? I want to make sure that as an Israeli citizen I would be backing the right candidate for Prime Minister!!
    Best Regards,
    Carolyn
    Reply

  7. Here are some Questions To Palestinians And Their Supporters
    By: Yashiko Sagamori
    If you are so sure that Palestine, the country, goes back through most of recorded history, I expect you to be able to answer a few basic questions about that country of Palestine:
    1. When was it founded and by whom?
    2. What were its borders?
    3. What was its capital?
    4. What were its major cities?
    5. What constituted the basis of its economy?
    6. What was its form of government?
    And here is the least sarcastic question of all:
    14. If the people you mistakenly call ‘Palestinians’ are anything but generic Arabs collected from all over — or thrown out of — the Arab world, if they really have a genuine ethnic identity that gives them right for self-determination, why did they never try to become independent until Arabs suffered their devastating defeat in the Six Day War?
    I hope you avoid the temptation to trace the modern day ‘Palestinians’ to the Biblical Philistines: substituting etymology for history won’t work here.
    The truth should be obvious to everyone who wants to know it. Arab countries have never abandoned the dream of destroying Israel; they still cherish it today. Having time and again failed to achieve their evil goal with military means, they decided to fight Israel by proxy.
    For that purpose, they created a terrorist organization, cynically called it ‘the Palestinian people’ and installed it in Gaza, Judea and Samaria. How else can you explain the refusal by Jordan and Egypt to unconditionally accept back the West Bank and Gaza, respectively?
    The fact is, Arabs populating Gaza, Judea and Samaria have much less claim to nationhood than that Indian tribe that successfully emerged in Connecticut with the purpose of starting a tax-exempt casino: at least that tribe had a constructive goal that motivated them. The so-called ‘Palestinians’ have only one motivation: the destruction of Israel, and in my book that is not sufficient to consider them a nation’ – or anything else except what they really are: a terrorist organization that will one day be dismantled.
    In fact, there is only one way to achieve peace in the Middle East. Arab countries must acknowledge and accept their defeat in their war against Israel and, as the losing side should, pay Israel reparations for the more than 50 years of devastation they have visited on it. The most appropriate form of such reparations would be the removal of their terrorist organization from the land of Israel and accepting Israel’s ancient sovereignty over Gaza, Judea and Samaria.
    That will mark the end of the Palestinian people.
    What are you saying again was its beginning ?

  8. stepinrazor says:

    my theory is that the Arab world is not interested in a free democratic state of Israel and presents the biggest block against any peace process, and against any formalised state of Palestine.
    The status quo suits the Arab autocracy, who force an extreme form of fundamentalism on every aspect of their populace. Who in turn vent their disenfranchisement against the common enemy that is the Jews and not their overseers.
    A free palestine would represent the most progressive, politicised Arab society within the middle east. something the Arab states can not allow, less they add fire and inspire their people who they try so hard to keep asleep.
    the plight of the average Palestinian woman may be still at odds with how we would envision or desire a woman to be valued, but is still a thousand years more progressive than the average plight of the Saudi or Persian woman’s plight.
    the muslims are masons too.

  9. I am interested, why do you think that the Masons are mormons, admittedly i can see the parallels, both being patriarchal organisations driven by greed wrapped up in self righteous BS, with very similar takes on theocracy.
    it’s also probable that many Mormons are masons, but masons being mormons?

  10. Golda also said (something like) “As an Earth Mother or what ever kind of Mother they call me, I have to be a good one. And as I good Mother, I tell you tonight, It’s late, we’re all tired, Go Home!
    good nite folks!

  11. Baruch Hashem!

  12. Golda Meir quote: “I never did anything alone. Whatever was accomplished in this country was accomplished collectively.”
    Yes, a great democracy will be built on its fertile foundation. If flowers can bloom in the desert, then peace can reign too. The spirit of collective action for the greater good can transform the world.

  13. Hey Rosie, I just wanted to tell you I have been a fan of yours for many years. I started watching Roseanne’s Nuts and I have to say that you and I have more in common as far as our views on our country and the mistreatment of women as well as people of all sexes based off of religion. I wish I could live on your farm and work and live in peace far away from all the sheep and drones. Keep up the good work and if you were to run for President I would vote for you. I think you are a strong woman with a mind to match your aggravation.