The Balfour Declaration, the Rothschild Zionists, the ownership of Israel, the take over of Palestine

The Balfour Declaration was a public statement issued by the British government during World War I in 1917, stating its support for the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine, which was then an Ottoman region with a small minority Jewish population.

Before the Rothschild Zionists took over and heavily infiltrated Israel, Palestine was simply Palestine. Israel is owned by the Rothschild Zionists. Proof?

In an archived article titled “Walter Rothschild and the Balfour Declaration” which can be found in the archived website ‘The Rothschild Archive’, we read of when Lionel Walter Rothschild was the ‘Lord Rothschild’ to whom Balfour addressed his 1917 proposal regarding the establishment of a Jewish state. [Lionel] Walter Rothschild, also 2nd Baron Rothschild, Baron de Rothschild, who lived from 1868 to 1937, was a British banker, a politician and soldier and member of the Elitist Family and one of the ruling families, the Rothschild.

“As a Zionist leader, he was presented with the Balfour Declaration, which pledged British support for a Jewish national home in Palestine. Rothschild was the president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews from 1925 to 1926.”

The article is the following:

“On November 2, 1917, the British Government expressed its sympathy with Jewish Zionist aspirations and announced that it would use its “best endeavours” to facilitate “the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people”. The announcement came in a letter from Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour to Lionel Walter, 2nd Lord Rothschild (1868-1937), the unofficial leader of the British Jewish community. The Balfour agreement became the diplomatic foundation stone of the state of Israel. The origins of the letter had begun in the early twentieth century, when Chaim Weizmann, the leading spokesman for Zionism in Britain began to solicit support among the British people, shortly after he settled in Manchester in 1904.

Origins in The First World War

Beginning in 1916, the British hoped that in exchange for their support of Zionism, “the Jews” would help to finance the growing expenses of the First World War, which was becoming increasingly burdensome. More importantly, policymakers in the Foreign Office believed that Jews could be prevailed upon to persuade the United States to join the war. At this time, there were very strong pro-Zionist feelings among many of the political elite and establishment. Many of Britain’s leaders, including Prime Minister David Lloyd George and Balfour himself, felt for the Jews and their history. These men were deeply religious Christian Zionists. They had grown up on the Bible; the Holy Land was their spiritual home. They believed that modern Zionism would fulfill a divine promise and re-settle the Jews in the land of their ancient fathers.

The text of the letter

The Balfour Declaration used deliberately vague language. The term “national home” was chosen in order to minimize the Zionist dream, to make Palestine a Jewish state. The Arabs, whose “civil and religious” (not national and political) rights were not to be prejudiced as the declaration put it, were referred to only as “existing non-Jewish communities”.

The Balfour Declaration was ultimately unsuccessful and many commentators place it among similar fruitless schemes. Surprisingly, the British by and large kept their word, and for at least two decades until the outbreak of the Second World War they allowed the Zionist movement to bring hundreds of thousands of Jewish immigrants into Palestine. These new arrivals set up hundreds of settlements, including several towns as well as the political, economic, military and cultural infrastructure of the future state of Israel. The Balfour Declaration was the opening chapter in a still unfinished story.

The original letter was presented to The British Library in 1924 by Lionel Walter, 2nd Lord Rothschild.

You can access the above here.

With what is happening in the Holy Land, we are witnessing the dissolution of the Balfour Declaration and the Zionist stronghold.

My guess is that they are completely out of options. And now, because there is no permanent speaker of the House, Ukraine is not receiving any funding, particularly from its largest donor, the United States. There is no speaker to sign off on any funding, so there is major panic on the global stage. It will be interesting to see how global markets will respond.

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