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The Chicago Way – Are Democratic Party Operatives Behind Israel’s Anti-Government Protests?

The Chicago Way – Are Democratic Party Operatives Behind Israel’s Anti-Government Protests?

A major Israeli newspaper says yes.  According to an investigative report by Maariv’s Kalman Libeskind, Democratic operative and pollster Stanley Greenberg, who, along with James Carville, Bob Shrum, and others, was part of a team sent by Bill Clinton to drive Netanyahu from office in 1999, is again trying to influence Israeli politics.

His mission: stoking economic discontent into a protest movement intended to again, replace Benjamin Netanyahu with a leader more willing to sell out to American leftists and make concessions the Palestinians.

Arutz Sheva (a major Israeli publication that unlike Maariv, also publishes in English) explains:

Greenberg directed the strategists to create a protest that was not led by one specific group, in order to create social ferment. An unnamed left-wing leader would eventually step into this ferment and take the reins, Greenberg predicted.

Nice country you have there.  Shame if something were to happen to it.

UPDATE:  Arutz Sheva also reports a new poll, suggesting that the protests have yet to have the desired effect of weakening the Netanyahu government, although they may be strengthening the left at the expense of the center-left.  Were and election held today, rightist parties are projected to gain three seats (of 120) in the Kinesset (Israel’s parliament),one for a nationalist party and two for religious parties. The left parties would be significantly reshuffled, and their coalition on balance would probably have slightly more a extreme membership, with the Green Party gaining seats for the first time and the left-wing Meretz party doubling its seats form three to six.


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Sounds about right for the intenational Left, it’s power NOW and the Devil mind the future.

Better a dual loyalist than a dual subversive.

Shame if anything were to happen to Greenberg.

StrayYellarDawg | September 4, 2011 at 3:31 pm

The question is… how many other protests in this “Arab Spring” have been stimulated by such activities? And to what end??

    StrayYellerDawg, I’ve wondered the same thing since that started, given that Code Pink & a few thousand friends spent the better part of the past 3 years “vacationing” in the Middle East.

    The riots in Great Britain were suspect too: a remarkable difference in perpetrator demographics between Day 1 and Day 3.

    Interesting that many/most of these things use “free concerts” as a way to drag out the teens, tweens, and twenties.

I take it there’s no chance this will make the media 🙂

Fortunately, we have Hillary to carry on the good fight…

Isn’t this against US law, aiding insurrection of a foreign government? Didn’t the dems rail against this during the Reagan years when we tried to overthrow the Sandinistas?
Where are the protests?

DINORightMarie | September 4, 2011 at 8:11 pm

So this was started under Clinton? And it is now being reinstituted under Obama? And our country is sending Biden and others to “negotiate” with the Palestinian Authority, the Syrians (before their dictator upped the violence against the people) and won’t try to assist Iranians being shot down in the streets.

And, they say Republicans are the ones who are trying to influence the world’s politics, instituting nation building?

What is in it for the Democrats? The leftists? They must think they are going to gain something out of this?

What? That is the question I have.

    MacsenMcBain in reply to DINORightMarie. | September 4, 2011 at 10:52 pm

    Damn good question. I suppose that warm fuzzy feeling leftists get from advancing the cause of ‘social justice’ (*snort*) must be a good high…

OH, I get it. When the tyrannical and insane Imams decide to build nukes and start killing their subjects, that’s not worthy of any infiltration or manipulation. Or when a dictator starts murdering their subjects for peaceful protest, THAT’S not worthy of infiltration or manipulation or even a harsh word.

BUT let the JEWS elect a rational but strong leader who will not sell out his country or his countrymen; THEN, THEN it’s time to infiltrate and rabble rouse and attempt to destroy the leader of the only Democracy in the ME.

Obama {spit} is as evil as any Vizier that ever stepped out of an Arabian Tale.


‘These are the Jews who say no, whether they say it in New York near the Israeli embassy, smirking for the camera, or writing on their blogs ideas which are a little too much for the Jerusalem Post, it is still the same word. It is not a new word. For every Jew who picked up a rifle in the Warsaw Ghetto and refused to give up, there were those who also said, “No.”

Worse than the Judenrats and the Kapos, was Zagiew and Group 13, collaborator groups who were ideologically opposed to fighting the Nazis and tried to track and betray those who did on behalf of their masters. The Jewish Nazi collaborator who was not hunted down by the resistance and survived the war, rarely felt any guilt over what he did. George Soros’ complete lack of moral awareness is not an aberration. It is perfectly normal for such people.

The Soviet Union too had its Jews who said, “No”. This was the Yevesktsia, or the Jewish Section, which shut down synagogues, persecuted Rabbis, executed Zionists or anyone suspected of Jewish activities. Like Zagiew, Group 13 and the Kapos– the Yevsektsia was eventually purged by its own masters. But its spirit is reborn in a thousand modern day left wing groups like J-Street.’