It’s hard to believe that the State of Israel would somehow want to reduce its number of citizens.
I know that it’s one of the ideas I float on this blog that just seems way too ‘out there’ for most people.
But there are clues all over the place that this is actually part of what is pushing the insane drive to ‘vaccinate’ as many people as possible with experimental gene therapies with unknown side effects.
Like this, sent to me by a couple of readers, from yesterday:
Here’s a snippet – quoting a speech given by Prof. Omer Moav, who teaches economics at IDC Herzliya:
“Recent studies have shown that the average haredi family gets in terms of state funding for education, healthcare, and welfare approximately 5,000 shekels ($1,535) more per month from the government than they pay in taxes.”
“That means that there is a population which is growing which is in turn increasing the burden on taxpayers.”
“We must decide whether we want to be a developed country or a poor country with lots of kids. I’m not going to argue about it. Maybe I’ll go live somewhere else.”
“Fertility isn’t just a function of culture, values, or religion – it’s also a function of incentives. The sober assessment is that we have no choice but to understand that we cannot continue to subsidize high birthrates and fund children.”
Professor Moav’s bio is interesting reading.
Over the years, he’s been given lots of money from the Falk Institute and the Rothschilds’ funded Israel Science Foundation – including for this:
2011-2014: Israel Science Foundation, “Environment and Transparency: The rise of the State and Property Rights from Ancient Egypt and Babylon to the 20th Century” 269,000 NIS
Why would the Rothschilds’ Israel Science Foundation be so interested in property rights in Ancient Egypt and Babylon?
While you are pondering that, let’s move on.
He’s also had a lot of funding from the ‘Falk Institute‘, set up by one Maurice Falk.
Call me suspicious (it’s ok, I get called much worse by my teens on a regular basis!) – but there are certain names that just have me scurrying to check out who else these guys are related to.
And ‘Falk’ is definitely on that list.
The ‘bad’ Baal Shem of London, arch-wizard and father-in-law of Jacob Frank, was a Falk.
And it’s very interesting to me how much deliberate confusion is being sown around that family, and it’s name, wherever it pops up.
So, I went to check out ‘Maurice Falk’, and here’s what I learnt:
Maurice connects us straight into the ‘interesting people’ matrix I’ve been researching here on the blog.
Here’s a little about one of his relatives, reform rabbi J. Leonard Levy, who traces back to the ‘Da Costa’ family I’ve written about on so many occasions. Notice how much of this sounds familiar (I’ve bolded some stuff to help you figure it out.)
“J. Leonard Levy, a dynamic leader with an internationalist outlook, became Rodef Shalom’s Rabbi in 1901.
He had served congregations in Bristol, England; Sacramento, California; and Philadelphia.
Rabbi Levy should be noted for his work to strengthen interfaith communication in Pittsburgh and beyond.
During his Pittsburgh tenure, he started an international peace organization and co-edited the weekly Jewish Criterion, in addition to preaching at both Sabbath and Sunday services at Rodef Shalom.
At Rabbi Levy’s invitation, President William Howard Taft visited Rodef Shalom on Saturday, May 29, 1909. This was the first time that a sitting United States president spoke from the bimah of a Jewish congregation during regular Sabbath services.”
Interfaith, peace n’love, high level connections to presidents of the United States…
And family connections straight into the dodgy Frankist-Freemason nexus that has been pulling the strings in the world for at least the last 200 years.
Maurice himself is married to a Wertheimer with Guggenheim connections, and is the step-father of an Einstein.
But that’s not even the really interesting stuff. The really interesting stuff is this, from here:
Early in his professional life, Maurice Falk (1866-1946) worked in retail with Jacob Klee. In 1893, he and partner Henry Weiskopf established the Duquesne Reduction Company, a smelting and refining business, and other industrial concerns.
In the 1920s, the Falk Brothers merged several companies into the Federated Metals Corporation. Working with Isaac Frank and others, the brothers founded the Weirton Steel Company, which became the National Steel Corporation.
Maurice Falk was also a shareholder in other companies, including the Blaw-Knox Company.
One of the things I’ve learned over and over again with all this, is that whenever you see a dramatic ‘rags to riches’ story, you can be 99% sure that the person it’s being told about was actually part of ‘the machine’ right from the start.
And lookey there, another name that always gets the red flag up and waving: Isaac Frank – who goes into partnership with the Falk brothers to create one of the USA’s ‘landmark’ businesses, National Steel Corporation, which weirdly keeps making profits, year after year, even during America’s Great Depression.
What a CO-IN-CID-ENCE.
So, I click on ‘Isaak Frank’ and I get to THIS, excerpt below:
Frank and his brother-in-law Ephraim Wormser purchased three acres of Monongahela River waterfront in 1858 and built a glassworks.
While they have been really good at scrubbing out all the ‘Frankist family’ links for the main guys, I find that if you keep plugging away, eventually you’ll find the name, the link, they just didn’t manage to obliterate.
Because as I keep telling you, all these people belong to the same big (Frankist-Freemason…) family.
I’m in the middle of putting together a massive family tree, which will clarify a lot of these links once and for all, but in the meantime, let’s leave this thread and go back to Maurice Falk’s Institute.
The modern-day Falk Institute is being funded by… the State of Israel.
And more precisely, by the State of Israel’s National Insurance arm, or Bituach Leumi:
So to be clear, the economist who is publically saying we need to radically limit the number of people in Israel is being funded by…the State of Israel.
And this is not some crazy, loose-cannon type guy who is saying this – he’s as establishment as it comes.
Let me leave this here for now, because I already have a plate overflowing with leads to track down.
But the last thing to share with you today is some emails about Shabtai Tzvi I was sent by a former journalist, who is very on the ball:
Rabbi Antelman once mentioned a theory (I didn’t remember his source) that Acher (Elisha Ben Abuya) had joined the gnostic Sethian sect (this is why they called him Acher — as Hava said at Seth’s birth “Zera Acher…”.