Who is Rahm Emanuel? Besides being Obama’s Chief of Staff, he is also a Zionist gun-grabbing Communist; all traits that Obama apparently has no problem with. If the amount of Jews that Obama has surrounded himself with isn’t telling enough, the nature and agenda of these people should at least give you pause. In the videos below, Emanuel’s dedication to Israel, public disarmament, and government control become apparent.
Even Alex Jones, who almost always refuses to acknowledge Jewish power, speaks out in disgust about an America that has been infiltrated by Jews who are loyal to Israel. Rahm Emanuel serves as an example of traditional Jewish politics in America; he advocates one ideology for white Americans while advocating the exact opposite for Israel. For example, he advocates strict gun laws here in the U.S., but Israeli citizens are allowed to publicly carry virtually any type of firearm they wish through the streets of Jerusalem. He advocates liberal/global economic policies for America, but economic independence for Israel. Emanuel pushes multiculturalism on Americans by vehemently supporting our country’s first black president, but is a major supporter of right-wing Israeli segregationist policies.
Not only does Emanuel actually hold dual American-Israeli citizenship (like most Jews in our government), but he even served in the Israeli military during the first gulf war. He also comes from a family with an ultra-Zionist history. His father was born in Jerusalem and was a member of a radical Zionist organization named Irgun. This is how Wikipedia describes Irgun:
Irgun was a militantZionist group that operated in Palestine between 1931 and 1948. It was established as a militant offshoot of the earlier and larger Jewishparamilitary organization Haganah (Hebrew: “The Defense”). For reasons of secrecy, people often referred to the Irgun, during that time, as Haganah Bet (Hebrew: literally “Defense ‘B’ ” or “Second Defense”, or alternatively as Haganah Ha’leumit or Ha’ma’amad). In present-day Israel, Irgun is commonly referred to as Etzel, an acronym of the Hebrew initials.Radical Zionism and Communism have plagued Emanuel’s entire family. As we look at this next quote from Wikipedia, we see that members of his family have been involved in Zionism, ultra-liberalism, hollywood, etc. :
The Irgun was the armed expression of the nascent ideology of Revisionist Zionism founded by Ze’ev Jabotinsky. He expressed this ideology as “every Jew had the right to enter Palestine; only active retaliation would deter the Arabs and the British; only Jewish armed force would ensure the Jewish state”.
Some of the better-known attacks by Irgun were the bombing of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on 22 July 1946 and the Deir Yassin massacre (accomplished together with the Stern Gang) on 9 April 1948.
Emanuel was born in Chicago, Illinois to Jewish parents. His father, Benjamin M. Emanuel, a Jerusalem-born pediatrician, was a member of the Irgun. His mother, Martha Smulevitz, was the daughter of a Chicago union organizer. She worked in the civil rights movement and owned, briefly, a local rock-and-roll club. She is now a psychiatric social worker. The two met in Chicago in the 1950s. Emanuel’s older brother Ezekiel J. Emanuel is an oncologist and bioethicist, and his brother Ari Emanuel a Hollywood talent agent. He has an adopted sister, Shoshanna, 14 years his junior.Rahm Emanuel is an example of only one man, in a long list of Jews with similar beliefs and backgrounds, who has helped shape this country’s ideals and policies. When the American people desperately want to know what has happened to their country, they should know right where to look.
Emanuel’s first name, Rahm means “high” or “lofty” in Hebrew, and is the namesake of one Rahamim (surname unknown), which means “mercy” in Hebrew, killed in the 1940s fighting for the Zionist group Lehi. The surname Emanuel, adopted by the family in honor of his father’s brother Emanuel Auerbach, killed in Jerusalem during a skirmish with Arabs, means God is with us. Sources conflict as to whether the family changed its name from Auerbach in 1933 or 1938.
When the family lived in Chicago, Emanuel attended Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School, a ConservativeJewish day school. After his family moved to Wilmette, he attended public schools: Romona School, Wilmette Junior High School, and New Trier West High School. He and his brothers attended summer camp in Israel, including just after the 1967 Six Day War.
YouTube - Alex Jones on Rahm Emanuel and the Israeli Administration 11-7-08
YouTube - The Israel Lobby in the Cabinet: Rahm Emanuel Becomes Chief of Staff