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Sunday, August 9, 2009

On the 80th ANNIVERSARY OF THE MASSACRES OF HEVRON AND JERUSALEM, ARMED TO THE TEETH BY THE WORLD, WITH ROME LEADING THE WAY, they reveal their true intentions. Today is the memorial for Tarpat. Has anything changed?


King Alfonso XIII of Spain,17 May 1886 - 14 April 1931 

When the Second Spanish Republic was proclaimed on 14 April 1931, he fled and left Spain, but did not abdicate the throne. He settled eventually in Rome where he lived in the Grand Hotel.
Once the Spanish Civil War broke out, Alfonso made it clear he favoured the military uprising against the Popular Front government, but General Francisco Franco in September 1936 declared that the Nationalists would never accept Alfonso as King (the supporters of the rival Carlist pretender made up an important part of the Franco Army). First, he went into exile in France.[clarification needed] Nevertheless, he sent his son, Juan de Borbon, Count of Barcelona, to enter Spain in 1936 and participate in the uprising. However, near the French border, General Mola had him arrested and expelled from the country.
On 15 January 1941, Alfonso XIII abdicated his rights to the Spanish throne in favour of his third (of four), but second-surviving, son Juan, father of the current King, Juan Carlos. He died in Rome a month-and-a-half later.
The Spanish Government ordered three days of national mourning.[4] His funeral was held in Rome in the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli. He was buried in the Church of Santa Maria in Monserrato, the Spanish national church in Rome, immediately below the tombs of Pope Calixtus III and Pope Alexander VI.[5] In January 1980 his remains were transferred to El Escorial in Spain.[6]

Civil war has broken out in Spain. After the new leftist majority in the Spanish Parliament proclaimed complete separation of Church and State and granted itself the power to confiscate church property, it declared King Alfonso XIII guilty of high treason and sentenced him to death. The King fled Spain, stating that he would await the expression of popular sentiment before formally abdicating the throne. Elements of the Spanish army at military bases in Morocco rose in support of the monarch; the Republican government declared a state of national emergency in response and united in resistance. This has led to armed conflict throughout Spain. The leader of the Loyalists, General Francisco Franco, is supported by the army and air force as well as conservative elements of the Catholic Church and large landowners. Recently, other nations have also begun intervening in the conflict, and Spain has become a battleground of rival ideologies. Italian and German "volunteers" have joined the insurgents, while Russia and America are suspected of supplying the government with equipment and advisers. Both sides have accused the other of atrocities and numerous violations of the Geneva Accords.


Lateran Treaty, June 7, 1929. Two months later, massacre in Hebron and Jerusalem. The leopard ( the Catholic church) has not changed its spots. Still using the same dirty old tricks, using the king of Spain as its proxy for world affairs. Barely a week after the Vatican became a state through the Treaty of Lateran with Mussolini, the League of Nations met in Catholic loyalist MADRID, SPAIN, June 10-15, 1929.

COINCIDENCE? Of course not.

Two months later, under the watchful eye of the British in the Holy Land ( GB major member of the League of Nations), massacre of Jews in Jerusalem and Hebron, after the Jews dared declare religious sovereignty in Jerusalem. As usual, as now, the only too willing, stupid, corrupt, and British-led Arabs did the dirty work. The British, but mainly Rome, came out smelling like a rose.

Has anything changed? Nothing whatsoever. Same old tricks, same schemes, same actors; different times.

  • Fatah: PA Will Take All of Jerusalem - by Peace or by Force

The Fatah party headed by Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, re-elected in the fractured party convention in Bethlehem Saturday night, concluded all of Jerusalem is a "red line" for the PA.
"Fatah will continue to sacrifice victims until Jerusalem will be returned, clean of settlements and settlers," according to a Fatah "all-or-nothing" policy paper, which did not distinguish between the part of the capital that was restored to Israel in the Six-Day War in 1967 and the section that was recognized by the United Nations as part of Israel in the 1949 Armistice Agreement.
Abbas, who previously has said he will not extend his term of office as head of the Palestinian Authority, which Fatah leads, was re-elected unanimously for another five-year term. He was the sole candidate who stood for the position. The de facto Hamas government in Gaza prevented Fatah delegates from leaving the region for Bethlehem, but several of them voted by telephone.
The convention, marked by scuffles and mud slinging, is being extended to Tuesday as it tries to rejuvenate itself following years of corruption, which opponents say remains rampant.
Abbas warned at the opening of the convention that Israel faces violence from the PA if it does not agree to its terms for a new Arab state on the land of Judea, Samaria and Gaza. He claimed that attacks on Israelis are valid under international law.
"Although we have chosen peace, we maintain the right to launch an armed resistance, which is legitimate as far as international law is concerned." he told approximately the 2,000 delegates.
At-Tayyib Abdul-Rahim, a member of Fatah Central Committee, said following Abbas's re-election, "Fatah is still a liberation movement, and since we have not achieved our goals, we have popular resistance.... If peace efforts are thwarted, there will be no security, nor stability in the region."

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