ACTUALLY, THE POLICE CANNOT AFFORD TO GIVE YOU 20,000 MEN, AS THEY GAVE THE POP
They don't need 20,000 men.
And besides, if they had not given that tax break to the catholic church ( last I heard, in 2005 they already owed 300 million NIS to Israel; how much of it was forgiven for good is anybody's guess - and you know how quickly taxes can add up: add four years to that figure) when the Israeli economy is in dire straits, they might just have the money , even for 20,000 men.
I had warned you about these tax deals with the church: that is how , through the CONCORDAT it signed with Germany, the Vatican is also robbing Germany blind, for 60 years now; but at least Germany can afford it; WE CAN'T!
The same as happened with WATER is now happening with MONEY: WE ARE GIVING OUR MONEY AWAY TO THE ENEMY, except this time the enemy is Rome... and then we cry that we don't have money!
And again, whom can we thank for this?
SHIMON PERES THE TRAITOR, SHIMON PERES, supposedly OUR president!
see articles below:
1.Steinitz: Economy in 'Emergency Situation'
(IsraelNN.com) The economy faces an "emergency situation" warned Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz on Monday during a meeting with the Knesset Finance Committee on supporting the government's draft budget. "Whoever hasn't understood until now how bad the crisis is, ought to understand now," he said. "We are truly in an emergency situation."
The finance minister supported his warning by pointing to the 32 percent plunge in Israeli exports in the first quarter of 2009 and the gross domestic product's 3.6 percent shrink in the first quarter. Export figures, which showed a 46 percent annualized decline, are "especially worrying," he said.
It has come to light that a successful outcome in the negotiations about an economic agreement with the Vatican was achieved through the intervention of PRESIDENT SHIMON PERES, who turned for this to PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU and MINISTER OF FINANCE STEINITZ.
Israel will grant to the Roman Catholic church in Israel TAX RELIEFS and the FREEDOM FROM PAYING ARNONA - the city tax.
...Only in 1993 did the Vatican sign an accord recognising the state of Israel, but the "fundamental agreement" between the two sides, with its 15 articles about property rights and hugely valuable tax exemptions,