Topic: Peace Process
Comment on STANLEY FISCHER - A MONSTER IN THE BANK OF ISRAEL by Barry Chamish email@example.com
13 Jan 2005 http://www.barrychamish.com(previous posting)
From the following statement by Barry Chamish it is clear that this Disengagement Plan is already a manifestation of what the Armageddon war is all about, namely to rob Israel of her wealth:
Somewhat surprisingly, one Israeli newspaper did make the connection between Fischer's IMF and the removal of Gush Katif from the Israeli map. On 22.10.04, David Bedein reported in Makor Rishon, that Giora Eiland, head of the Knesset National Security Committee, had made a disturbing discovery; "The government of Israel had promised to transfer all the real estate, properties and goods of Gush Katif to the IMF headed by James Wolfensohn." The report continued:
The same Wolfensohn in 1997, in cooperation with Shimon Peres and Yasir Arafat, founded
the Peace And Technology Fund, with $100 million in seed money. The funds were transferred
to the IMF via the Shimon Peres Center For Peace.
For those still intellectually curious, have a look at the list of Peres Center members and figure it out:
The Makor Rishon report continued:
In an IMF internal memo dated the 23rd of June 2004, and titled, "The Disengagement, The Palestinian Economy and the Settlements, it is written, among other things that, "The goal of the program is to develop the Palestinian economy and strengthen its leadership." The report notes that, "The value of assets that will be left by the Israeli government is impressive and will be of great benefit to the Palestinians of Gaza." Finally, the report recommends that the Israeli government transfer, "all deeds to the properties to the IMF," and that the Palestinians build "the proper infrastructure to absorb the largesse."
And now, the Chief Economist of the IMF, Stanley Fischer will take over The Bank Of Israel to make certain that this is done.
That Armageddon is about robbing Israel of her wealth is reflected by the following: Ezek 38:13 Sheba and Dedan and the merchants of Tarshish and all her villages will say to you, "Have you come to plunder? Have you gathered your hordes to loot, to carry off silver and gold, to take away livestock and goods and to seize much plunder?" '
Israel is being attacked because of her wealth - See commentaries below.
* Her neighboring foes no longer molest her... The commercial nations, Sheba, Dedan, Tarshish and its villages (38:13), are also interested in this invasion [for the spoils] [Islam will probably not be a factor anymore]
(from The Wycliffe Bible Commentary, Electronic Database. Copyright (c) 1962 by Moody Press)
* Ezek 38:1-13
According to the project thus formed he pours in all his forces upon the land of Israel, and finds those that are ready to come in to his assistance with the same prospects (v. 9): "Thou shalt ascent and come like a storm, with all the force, and fury, and fierceness imaginable, and thou shalt be like a cloud to cover the land, to darken it, and to threaten it, thou and not only all thy bands, all the force thou canst bring into the field, but many people with thee" (such as are spoken of v. 13), "Sheba and Dedan, the Arabians and the Edomites, and the merchants of Tarshish, of Tyre and Sidon and other maritime cities, they and their young lions that are greedy of spoil and live upon it, shall say, Hast thou come to take the spoil of this land?" Yes he has; and therefore they wish him success. Or perhaps they envy him, or grudge it to him. "Hast thou come for riches who art thyself so rich already?" Or, knowing that God was on Israel's side, they thus ridicule his attempts, foreseeing that they would be baffled and that he would be disappointed of the prey he promised himself. Or, if he come to take the prey, they will come and join with him, and add to his forces. When Lysias, who was general of Antiochus's army, came against the Jews, the neighbouring nations joined with him (1 Mac. 3:41), to share in the guilt, in hopes to share in the prey. When thou sawest a thief then thou consentedst with him.
(from Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible: New Modern Edition, Electronic Database. Copyright (c) 1991 by Hendrickson Publishers, Inc.)
* Ezek 38:1-13