DeSantis of Florida Goes Full Wailing Wall as War With Iran Moves Closer
Ed.’s note: Israel annexes the state of Florida as we’ve previously reported. If Florida’s technology transfers to Israel make Florida more of an “innovative state”, what do the technology transfers make Israel? Much of the technology on agriculture Florida now seeks from Israel, actually came out of the US. The US has been in existence for 243 years with some of the best agricultural universities in the world not to mention vast tracts of farm land and water resources compared to Israel’s existence, and now America is depending on Israel’s agricultural technology? What an absolutely astonishing reversal.
See this news article on Paul Singer: How NeoCon Billionaire Paul Singer Is Driving the Outsourcing of US Tech Jobs to Israel
That’s right, we’re always finding our selves protecting Jews and are made to pay for it. However, be of “good cheer” friends, this is only a temporary phenomenon.
All of Florida’s government including Marco Rubio, Ron DeSantis and Senator Rick Scott work for Israel. So now there is the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and Florida under Israel’s authority. And why does DeSantis want to bring Trump’s space force to Florida? Because Israel will then have access to this technology being the third largest state in the US for tech exports. Rick Scott once called the Florida-Israel relationship a “love story.” The given underlying reason for criticism of Israel in Florida using the false charge of “antisemitism” that Scott supports, is to ensure US technology continues to flow unimpeded to Israel. When DeSantis visited Israel to fornicate (the right of passage for American politicians) with the “wailing wall”, he took an entourage of 80 people with him.
The heart of the Rothschild clan is the B’nai B’rith Order (Sons of the Covenant). It represents the All Seeing Eye of Zion. The network resides mostly in London and Hong Kong. The place of oath is the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem where every American politician gives his or her oath of obedience. Who ended up paying for the trip? It would definitely be worth taking a close look at just how much Scott, Rubio and DeSantis are being paid off as Israeli salesmen? Senator Rick Scott is not only on Israel’s payroll, he is also a big oil front man that has been behind the destruction of Venezuela’s economy.
News update for June 28, 2019 on Florida and Israel:
From Tel Aviv to Tallahassee
Surrounded by Israeli dignitaries, accompanied by AIPAC checkbooks, Sheldon and Miriam Adelson, and Morton Klein of the Zionist Organization of America, Ron DeSantis’ journey was nothing short of a full on fidelity cheer for Israel.
by Stanley Cohen | June 25, 2019
Please take your seat, sir, said the steward to the Governor. “We will be landing at Ben Gurion Airport shortly.” Snapping his seat-belt firmly into place, the edgy Governor fingered his rosary beads as he wondered, to himself, whether Israeli Jews would have big noses like those of Miami. Do they tan well? Would he understand what they say, given their heavy, Eastern European accents? What was the exchange rate for his pocketful of “Benjamins“? Looking around the first class section, the Governor eyed a man with a long, thick, black beard seated one aisle away. For a moment, he thought about getting up to ask him for the missing answers… but he stopped. The guy was too tall and fit with no hook nose… and where was his black beanie? Goyim, he thought to himself, using a term he had picked up in a Boca campaign stop. He looked away uncertain of what awaited.
No… I’ve not lost my mind. And for those of you who I have offended by this frenzy of odious, dark canards… good! It was intended to cause reaction. It’s a parody. It’s called protected speech. It’s the First Amendment. It allows me to say what I want… to affront who I please, to stand on any street corner shouting out to passersby they should boycott that damn lunch counter that won’t serve people of color or that country that will not allow Palestinians to breathe. And to do so without any imposition of government will upon my voice… be it through a penalty on my purse or the loss of my personal liberty.
Political correctness is America’s newest form of intolerance, and it is especially pernicious because it comes disguised as tolerance. It presents itself as fairness, yet attempts to restrict and control people’s language with strict codes and rigid rules. I’m not sure that’s the way to fight discrimination. I’m not sure silencing people or forcing them to alter their speech is the best method for solving problems that go much deeper than speech.” -George Carlin, When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops?
On May 29th, Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis, flew to Israel with his cabinet for a closed, political moot court session. Barring journalists, and thus, ultimately, the public who elected him and paid for his trip, the governor performed a symbolic signing of a bill that places the interests of Tel Aviv clearly ahead of the constitutional rights of Tallahassee.
Surrounded by Israeli dignitaries, accompanied by AIPAC checkbooks, Sheldon and Miriam Adelson, and Morton Klein of the Zionist Organization of America, the DeSantis journey was nothing short of a full on fidelity cheer for Israel. A staunch supporter of the move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, earlier this year attending a meeting of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County, the governor urged sanctions against Airbnb unless it reversed its decision barring lodging listings in the occupied West Bank of Palestine. While still in Congress, he supported several Florida anti-BDS laws prohibiting public entities from contracting with any company or non-profit group engaged in an Israeli boycott. He also embraced legislation that prohibits state pension funds from investing in companies which participate in “politically motivated” challenges to Israel.
DeSantis has an opportune history of vilifying those who confront Israeli apartheid. Indeed, like his predecessor, former Gov. Rick Scott, who took three Florida funded trips to Israel, he is an astute politician who knows just what it takes to get elected. Describing BDS as “nothing more than a cloak for anti-Semitism”, he has boasted that, “as long as I’m Governor, BDS will be DOA.” Yet, the bill DeSantis lobbied for, and signed but two days after his empty performance in Israel, is much more insidious than the mere imposition of civil penalties upon activists who advocate a non-violent boycott.
In relevant part, HB 741 states that, “A public K-20 educational institution must treat discrimination by students or employees or resulting from institutional policies motivated by anti-Semitic intent in an identical manner to discrimination motivated by race.”
With sweeping unconstitutional reach, this legislation conflates mere criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism. It lays bare the authoritarian groundwork for criminal prosecution for those in public schools and universities with the temerity to challenge Israel through words… and nothing more. Using provocative tripwires of Holocaust denial and conspiracy theories that target Jews as examples of prohibited academic speech, the statute remains at odds with the First Amendment nonetheless. Moreover, to the extent HB 741 equates a challenge to Israel with bias motivated by racial animus, it is an interesting legislative recast in the light of the personal history of DeSantis… indeed, of Florida as a whole.
To be sure, in his campaign for governor, DeSantis drew support from various self-professed neo-Nazis. He spoke at a conference chaired by a man who believes that African Americans should thank white people for freeing slaves. His campaign used ads with jungle music and the call of monkeys in their background. He, himself, urged voters “not to monkey up” by voting for his African American opponent. The divide between one who has never hesitated to use vile, painful speech to promote his voice and his proud, eager squeeze of a censorship whip has rarely been so vivid. Not one to walk alone, from coast to coast the governor’s duplicity drives statehouse halls as legislators speak in selective tones promoting constitutional protections such as the right to bear arms while suppressing others that extol fundamental rights of speech, association and peaceful boycott.
DeSantis is a true son of Florida. While it has long prided itself on the mirage of cultural, religious and political diversity, it has an insidious history of ignoring, if not accepting, the very brand of political and social disenfranchisement and violence that is synonymous with Israel. Thus, in the shadow of the Civil War, Florida enacted laws called Black Codes that, by design, were intended to disenfranchise its black citizens. Can Nation State be far off?
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Here is how the New York Times operates on any “news” coverage of Israel. Not only does Florida work for Israel, but may as well say the New York Times editor’s office is located in Tel Aviv.