Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Galus Sheldon Adelson: A Path To Geulah

The New Jewish Attempt at Geulah: Buy It!
This is something similar to finding the God Particle - just buy it! [build the Geneva Collider thinking]
Shlomo did the same thing: Understand women? - Marry 1000 of them.
Want to be Kohen Gadol in the Second Temple? - Buy It!
This is Jewish Politics at its best! ...and I hope it works this time!

Ok, it looks like Sheldon Adelson is the anti-Obama. I think the Geulah could be totally hastened with his Romney campaign. The 2 flip sides are: is he worse than Obama?
And MAYBE YES [he is worse] GOD FORBID!
With that said, I endorse Romney [God save us all] over Obama. [Yimach Shemo]


Sheldon Adelson, a major contributor to Republican Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign, has asked Romney to speak out publicly for the release of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard.

Romney, the presumptive GOP nominee, has said he needs to see the relevant intelligence material accessible to a president before deciding whether to grant Pollard clemency, sources told the Daily Beast website.

Pollard was working as an American civilian intelligence analyst for the Navy when he passed classified information to Israel. He was convicted and received a life sentence in 1987.

Adelson also has asked Romney to state publicly that the Palestinians are not willing to make peace and that the peace talks are a waste of time, according to the Daily Beast article. The billionaire casino owner also wants Romney to come out more firmly and commit to moving the US Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Romney has not come out against the peace talks and has said that he favors moving the embassy, but would do so only after consultation with the Israel government.

Adelson is considered to be close with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

I hope he is right and legit!



rabbi david katz said...

President Barack Obama's re-election campaign warned supporters in an email plea for cash on Monday that Mitt Romney's vast fundraising edge means "we're in trouble" with scarcely three months to go before Election Day.
"We got beat three months in a row," the campaign said in the unsigned message. "If we don't step it up, we're in trouble."
The appeal came hours after the two sides released their July fundraising totals, revealing that Romney and the Republican Party scooped up $101 million against the $75 million hauled in by Obama and the Democrats.
"Can we win if we're outspent? YES, but we've got to close that gap as much as we can," the president's campaign said in the message, which painted casino mogul Sheldon Adelson as a villain to be defeated.
In one section, the message said it would take 188,679 Obama donors giving the average $53 contribution in July to equal "One Sheldon Adelson with a $10,000,000 pledge." The Las Vegas Sands Corporation CEO was represented by a large red figure wearing a bow tie. In a subsequent section, the figure appears again with the message that donations to Obama mean "fighting people like this."

Dov Bar-Leib said...


we have 40 days left till moshiach

rabbi david katz said...

highly doubt it :)

Dov Bar-Leib said...

somthinh must happen israel said thay will strike iran @ end of august till end september this will accur because iran will have bomb by then

Klishlishi said...

As Rabbi Meir Kahane (may his blood be avenged) used to say: "Every time a US election comes around, the Jew always puts more trust in the US president than in G-d - and always ends up being disappointed".

"One day the Americans will build better gas chambers than the Americans!" (Rav Avigdor Miller 1978). A President Romney installed in the White House by Jewish money could well bring the Geulah.

It could also bring disaster. Remember that Jewish bankers initially financed Hitler. In the end he either expelled them from Germany or gassed them all.

Not to be discounted in the election is Ron Paul and his disgruntled White libertarian (which is not the same as 'liberal') supporters. Romney is not a likeable or affable fellow like Ronald Reagan was, and without Paul's supporters, Romney may not be able to win even a bought election.

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