junio 2017

«Genesis of the Palestinian Authority» Timely new book sheds light on a long-standing problem. Written by Laura Rose

Timely new book sheds light on a long-standing problem

Written by Laura Rose, Contributing Writer

Published: Thursday, 15 June 2017 10:00


Rabbi Dr. Bernhard H. Rosenberg’s latest project sheds new light upon the reasons why brokering peace between Israel and the Palestinians often seem insurmountable. The book, “Genesis of the Palestinian Authority,” was written by David Bedein and edited by Rosenberg. As Bedein stated, this book brings to light information about the Palestinian Authority (PA) that has been glossed over or ignored by the media since the signing of the Oslo Accords.

Rabbi Bernhard H. Rosenberg is the only child of Holocaust survivors and was born in a displaced person’s camp in Regensburg, Germany. He is a Holocaust historian and noted author of numerous books on the Holocaust. Rosenberg grew up in Kansas City, attended Kehilath Israel Synagogue and graduated from Southwest High School. He is rabbi emeritus of Congregation Beth-El in Edison, New Jersey.

David Bedein is an investigative journalist who has been covering the Israeli-PLO conflict for more than 30 years. Bedein was present at the signing of the Oslo Accords, has met with the Fatah and Hamas leadership and has sent camera crews into key PA and UNRWA meetings and institutions. He has continuously reported on the PA since its inception in 1994. Bedein is the director of the Israel Resource News Agency and the Center for Near East Policy Research.
Bedein and Rosenberg have been friends for many years and share a deep interest in Israel and in making sure that the entire story of the conflict is told. Rabbi Rosenberg suggested the idea for the book to Bedein, who promptly asked Rosenberg to edit it. Bedein has volumes of information from his 23 years of reporting on the Israeli-PLO conflict — hundreds of news articles and documented investigations. Rosenberg took these and edited them into what he described as one comprehensive book aimed at informing policy makers and giving them context to help better understand the issues of the region.
According to Bedein, the book examines the evolution of the PA and their actual, rather than stated, policies. In “Genesis of the Palestinian Authority,” Bedein takes readers inside one of the world’s most covered conflicts and shows them what the mainstream media and most governments have spent the past two decades ignoring — that despite the “peace talks” and public declarations, the PA has no real desire for co-existence with Israel and meaningful peace.

“Genesis of the Palestinian Authority,” gives much-needed insight into Hamas, UNRWA and the Israeli governments who negotiated and implemented the Oslo Accords. The book contradicts many of the mainstream accepted views regarding the PA. In the book, Bedein states that the prevailing view of PA President Mahmoud Abbas as a moderate Palestinian leader is false. Bedein documents that Abbas was the financier of the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre and that Abbas has used the PA security forces to stop dissent, retaliate against critics and opponents and pursue Palestinians selling land to Jews — a crime punishable by death in the PA. The book also describes how the PA coordinates its policies with UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East), to maintain approximately 5 million descendants of refugees as “refugees in perpetuity,” while operating refugee facilities under the illusion of the ‘right of return’ to villages that no longer exist. Per Bedein’s findings, the UNRWA makes no real effort to seek long-term solutions for descendants of refugees who have wallowed in the indignity of refugee life for nearly 70 years. Bedein provides voluminous research documenting how UNRWA camps have become a breeding ground for terrorists through indoctrination at UNRWA schools.

“This book has no premise and no agenda, except to ask readers to consider the facts on the ground. I have spent over 20 years covering the PA, going directly to the sources and reporting what we (our news agency) have found out. It is not that we analyze the PA’s intentions. We only report their policies,” Bedein said.
When Rosenberg was asked if he sees a solution to the Israeli-Arab conflict anytime soon, he did not mince his words.
“No, not for the next couple of generations. Not unless the current Palestinian leadership somehow gets sick of the fighting,” the rabbi said.
Bedein and Rosenberg state that their aim is to get “Genesis of the Palestinian Authority” into the hands of every diplomat, journalist and policy maker who deals with Israel-Arab policy matters. Bedein and Rosenberg hope that their book can serve as a guide to policy makers about which mistakes should not be repeated in the pursuit of a lasting peace. They believe it is an important read for anyone who is curious as to why there is no lasting peace in the region.
The book can be purchaed at Amazon and Barnes and Noble

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‘Rabbi for Trump’ Gets Behind The Donald on Facebook. Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg ONLY RABBI DEFENDING TRUMP PUBLICLY AND ATTACKING HIS ENEMIES.


Read more: http://forward.com/news/breaking-news/328188/rabbi-for-trump-gets-behind-the-donald-on-facebook/


The controversial GOP front-runner’s fiery rhetoric about Muslims may have drawn condemnation from American rabbis and other Jewish leaders across the denominational spectrum, but that hasn’t stopped Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg from cheering on The Donald.

A Yeshiva University-educated rabbi who is rabbi emeritus of an Edison, New Jersey, Conservative congregation, Rosenberg started a Facebook group, “Rabbi for Trump,” on Dec. 8. (Originally called “Rabbis for Trump,” he reportedly renamed it after failing to attract many like-minded colleagues.)

Rabbi Dr. Bernhard H. Rosenberg, Rabbi Emeritus of Congregation Beth-El, Edison, New Jersey. He received his ordination and Doctorate of Education from Yeshiva University in New York. He also possesses A.A., B.A., M.A., and M.S. degrees in communication and education. He possesses a Doctor of Divinity from The Jewish Theological Seminary, New York.

taught at Rutgers University in New Jersey and Yeshiva University in New York. Rabbi Rosenberg’s book, “Theological and Halachic Reflections on the Holocaust” is now in its second printing. He is the author of “A Guide for the Jewish Mourner,” “Contemplating the Holocaust,” “What the Holocaust Means to Me: Teenagers Speak Out,” “Thoughts on the Holocaust-Where Was God Where Was Man–Teenagers Reflect on Major Themes of the Holocaust , “The Holocaust as seen Through Film,”  “Public Speaking – A Guide for Study”, ECHOES OF THE HOLOCASUST, GENESIS OF THE PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY,  and his latest book is » ROSENBERG ENGLISH HOLOCAUST HAGGADAH FOR PASSOVER.

He  received the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Humanitarian Award. He also received the Chaplain of the Year Award from The New York Board of Rabbis for his efforts during and following 9-ll. On June 10, 2002 Rabbi Rosenberg was presented with the annual Rabbi Israel Mowshowitz Award by The New York Board of Rabbis. Rabbi Rosenberg appears frequently on radio and TV and has published hundreds of articles regarding the Holocaust.  He serves on the New Jersey State Holocaust Commission and is the Chairman of the Holocaust Commission of the New York Board of Rabbis.

Read more: ‘Rabbi for Trump’ Gets Behind The Donald on Facebook http://forward.com/news/breaking-news/328188/rabbi-for-trump-gets-behind-the-donald-on-facebook/



Drive. Them. Out. —Civilus Defendus, civilusdefendus.wordpress.com 23 de May. de 2017 Drive. Them. Out. #BeShariaFree

It is a choice between two futures — and it is a choice Europe or America CANNOT make for you. A better future is only possible if your nations drive out the terrorists and extremists. Drive. Them. Out. DRIVE THEM OUT of your places of worship. DRIVE THEM OUT of your communities. DRIVE THEM OUT of your […]

Drive. Them. Out. —Civilus Defendus, civilusdefendus.wordpress.com 23 de May. de 2017 Drive. Them. Out. #BeShariaFree

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Casa Quita, buena comida y mejor ambiente | Santa Cruz de Tenerife | gastro7islas

Es una finca adaptada a modo de restaurante habilitado en lo que fue un invernadero, aunque parezca un guachinche. La entrada engaña. Aparcamiento junto a la carretera general del Sur, rumbo a Araya (Candelaria), acceso peatonal a través de unos metros de tierra hacia un espacio que encanta nada más pisar y respirar el aire de un entorno natural y rural, con una vegetación exuberante y dos comedores grandes con una terraza inferior para la espera y/o la sobremesa. Es un establecimiento diferente y único.


Articulo completo Casa Quita, buena comida y mejor ambiente | Santa Cruz de Tenerife | gastro7islas

No existe la casualidad, existe la sincronicidad

Universos paralelos ofrecen líneas de tiempo adyacentes.

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El anhelado «viaje en el tiempo» no es más que la comprensión múltiple de un abanico oscilante de posibilidades múltiples de existencia, planos múltiples de existencia.

De manera simultánea estos múltiples planos se extienden hacia adelante, ad infinitum. Como en la Teoría M de la física cuántica.

«Synchronicity», sincronicidades como las que le robaron el sueño al conocido psiquiatra C. G. Jung.

La inspiración, la creatividad, la fantasía, el delirio, el Déjà vu

on apoteosis de la causalidad multiple, lo que se conoce como Sincronicidades.

Más en https://lamenteesmaravillosa.com/no-existe-la-casualidad-existe-la-sincronicidad/


EU presents its strategy for more resilient states and societies around the world

EU presents its strategy for more resilient states and societies around the world

The European Union presented today its new strategy for resilience building, aiming to move from crisis containment to a more structural and long-term approach to global challenges. It puts a particular emphasis on anticipation, prevention and preparedness.



The European Commission and the High Representative/Vice President Federica Mogherini presented today how the European Union aims to support states, societies, communities and individuals in adapting to growing and increasingly long-term pressures. This is one the priorities guiding the EU’s external action as presented by the EU Global Strategy.

The European Union’s unique contribution to stability in the Sahel region is a good example of this resilience approach: European humanitarian aid helps to manage the immediate crisis of displaced people, while our development cooperation tackles the longer-term root causes of poverty, by supporting complementary actions for job creation, access to education, governance, health and climate mitigation. In addition, the EU is a security provider to the region. The HR/VP just announced €50 million of support to the G5 Sahel Joint force, with the aim to fight terrorism and enhance cross-border cooperation. All of these actions support the resilience of the region.

Handling disruptive pressures and shocks has become the new normal across the world. It is beyond the power of any individual state to confront today’s demographic, climate change, environmental or migratory challenges, as well as the unpredictable consequences of economic shocks, conflict and violent extremism.

High Representative/Vice President Federica Mogherini said: «One fourth of the world’s population lives in fragile States or societies. We want to prevent these fragile situations from turning into new wars, new humanitarian catastrophes, or new refugee crises. This is what we call resilience. This Communication will help us coordinate an impressive set of different tools, that only the European Union can mobilise: from humanitarian aid to incentives for private investments, from climate action to military missions. It is a forward-looking, truly integrated approach – the only one that can work, in the complex world of today. It is the European way to peace, security and human development».

There is a pressing need to move away from crisis containment to a more structural and long-term approach to vulnerabilities. The strategy puts a strong emphasis on anticipation, prevention and preparedness, aiming to work along three linked lines:

–      Expanded assistance for partner countries’ resilience – The EU will continue to support domestic efforts of partner countries to become more resilient, with the help of broadened political, development and humanitarian support. This includes strengthening inclusive and participatory societies, alleviating long-lasting crises or preventing violent conflict. It will also take into account the vulnerabilities and needs of forcibly displaced people, while also recognising the positive contribution of migrants to inclusive growth and sustainable development.

–      Policy dialogue and bilateral initiatives: The EU can draw upon significant experience of addressing complex domestic policy challenges and enhancing resilience. Examples of this include its work on energy security, climate adaptation, economic and social policy or addressing global health risks. Having invested heavily in research on resilience, the European Union is ready to share these insights with its international partners.

–      Resilience and the security of the Union : Internal and external security dimensions of EU policy have to be closely integrated, in order to strengthen our response to hybrid threats, cyber-security, the security of critical infrastructure, terrorism and violent extremism. The European Union proposes to strengthen work on countering external disinformation strategies, as well as to further develop cooperation with NATO and the OSCE. In line with these priorities, the EU has for example stepped up its funding to €300 million for projects aimed at preventing and countering violent extremism and has deployed counter-terrorism experts in a number of key countries.

The European Union and its Member States are subject to many of the same pressures, which also challenge the resilience of its external partners and expose their vulnerabilities. European external policy has a strong role to play also in ensuring the resilience within the borders of the EU. This comes at a time when the Union has a greater responsibility than ever before to contribute to the security of its citizens.


The EU has over the past few years established an ambitious and transformative agenda for its external action. These include the foreign and security policy aims set out in the EU Global Strategy, international development and humanitarian goals agreed under the UN’s Agenda 2030, and commitments under the Paris Climate accord.

The Joint Communication is part of the follow-up to the Global Strategy for the EU’s Foreign and Security Policy, which Federica Mogherini presented to European leaders in June last year. The High Representative will present a report on the first year of implementation of the Strategy to EU Heads of State or Government and Foreign Ministers later in June.

For more information:

Factsheet: Joint Communication on «A Strategic Approach to Resilience in the EU’s External Action»


European Commission – Press release

EU presents its strategy for more resilient states and societies around the world

Brussels, 7 June 2017

Abordando conceptos de #EconomíaSostenible y #CiudadesInteligentes

10157174_1042103595806094_9203064274935936704_n> Algunos conceptos de economía sostenible: ciudades inteligentes <<

Luego que Jeremy Rifkim lanzara al mercado La Tercera Revolución Industrial: y La Economía del Hidrógeno, visualizando una visión clara de las verdaderas fuerzas que actúan en los mercados industriales y economías de desarrollo, la escasez de hidrocarburos y las energías contaminantes pasaron a la picota, dando espacio a la energías limpias y renovables, como alternativa a la desproporción de insumos de procesos y desechos residuales.

Energía eólica en Anhuai, Anhui, China.

Hoy en día la especialización nos habla no solo de renovación de fuentes, intrusión en ecosistemas y huellas de carbono, sino que los mismos actores comunitarios han pasado a ser protagonistas, definiendo así el su compromiso social en esta vertiente de la nueva era de la información.

Esta es una dicotomía proceso-unidad necesaria para poder abordar con éxito la planificación y ejecución de proyectos relacionados a su implementación. Así encontramos iniciativas y proyecto verdes, procesos amigables con el ambiente, productos sin contaminantes de atmósfera.

Un concepto novedoso es el de “ciudad solar”, esfuerzos realizados en varios países del mundo, y que formula su base en centenares de iniciativas que pretenden inspirar a ciudadanos y gobernantes en la creación de políticas energéticas sustentables, tema orientado en principio a la eficiencia energética dentro de un entorno legal regulatorio. Un ejemplo y video en http://www.ciudadessolares.org.ar/wp/index.php/red-ciudades-solares-de-argentina/

Otro concepto emergente es el de «ciudades inteligente», y hace referencia a un tipo de desarrollo urbano basado en modelo integradode sostenibilidad que es capaz de responder adecuadamente a las necesidades básicas de instituciones, empresas, y de los propios habitantes, tanto en el plano económico, como en los aspectos operativos, sociales y ambientales.

Una iniciativa importante es la que se está desarrollando con la construcción de Lyon Smart Community, ciudadela 100% inteligente, en Lyon, Francia. Detalles en http://www.globalsiteplans.com/environmental-design/architecture-environmental-design/a-smart-city-taking-shape-in-lyon-rhone-alpes-france/

Para comprender mejor estos conceptos, lo planteo así: ciudades solares son aquellas que aprovechan la radiación del Sol como fuente de energía limpia, ciudades inteligente son aquellas que maximizan el aprovechamiento energético a través de un sistema racional y estructurado de recursos.

Teoría de Sistemas.

También: Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization en relación a empresas de alta tecnología que apoyan estas iniciativas. http://www.nedo.go.jp/english/index.html

Los protocolos de los sabios de Sion Протоколы сионских мудрецов Retrospectiva del Antisemitismo en la Historia en la obra de Umberto Eco «El Cementerio de Praga».


Este documento es un libelo (panfleto) antisemita, publicado por primera vez en 1902 en la Rusia zarista imperial (San Petersburgo), cuyo objetivo era justificar ideológicamente los pogromos que sufrían los judíos, calumniándolos.

El texto sería la transcripción de unas supuestas reuniones de los «sabios de Sion», en la que estos sabios detallan los planes de una conspiración judía, que consistía en el control de la masonería y de los movimientos gremiales, en todas las naciones de la Tierra, y tendría como fin último hacerse con el poder mundial.

Este tema tiene relacion con el antoguo Reino o Imperio Khazar de los Jázaros, pero no voy a referirme sobre esto.

El Cementerio de Praga, novela histórica de Umberto Eco, está ambientada en la segunda mitad del siglo XIX, principalmente en Turín, Sicilia y París, se asiste a distintos momentos de la unificación italiana (conspiraciones carbonarias, expedición de los camisas rojas de Garibaldi) y del Segundo Imperio y la Tercera República franceses (Guerra Franco-Prusiana, Comuna de París, affaire Dreyfus).

La novela tiene como tema central la gestación de documentos falsificados (de allí la relación con Los protocolos de los sabios de Sion) que van paulatinamente añadiendo los diferentes elementos de la denominada conspiración judeomasónica como respuesta a distintos intereses y en distintos países a lo largo del siglo XIX, e inspirándose en diferentes anécdotas biográficas u obras literarias de personajes imaginarios o, en la mayor parte de los casos, reales (como Augustin Barruel, Maurice Joly, Eugenio Sue, Alejandro Dumas, Sigmund Freud, etc.)

«Vivimos rodeados de falsificaciones y mentiras, tanto por parte de los servicios de Inteligencia, como por parte de los gobiernos», ha señalado el catedrático en referencia al tema de su novela.

Propiamente en referencia a El Cementerio de Praga, Umberto Eco asegura que ha construyó el personaje «más antipático de la historia», que va de la mano con los documentos de los Sabios Ancianos de Sión, «los mismos que luego inspiraron la idea del Holocausto a Hitler», y reconstruye la historia del antisemitismo en el siglo XVIII.

También ha reconocido sentir una profunda atracción por los documentos de los Ancianos de Sión y asegura que ha «rastreado» e investigado a profundidad la Historia para encontrar pistas de cómo se habían construido dichos documentos.

Aquí me permito agregar que en las vísperas de la Gran Guerra (Primera Guerra Mundial), el Imperio Ruso era el enemigo formidable a vencer para el imperio alemán-austrohúngaro, tal como se constató al desatarse el conflicto armado.
Muy diestros en la propaganda, engañosa y subersiva, Alemania recurrio a una estrategia de desequilibrio político para librarse de su adversario. Otorgó la suma de 100 millones de marcos alemanes a Vladímir Ilich Uliánov, el señor Lenín, para financiar la revuelta bolchevique, misma que acabaría con la dinastía de los Romanov.

El 15 de marzo de 1917, se acabó con la vida de el Zar Nicolás II, su esposa Alejandra, su hijo Alekséi, y sus hijas Olga, Tatiana, María y Anastasia, en Ekaterimburgo.

Accediendo al control de Rusia, Lenin cometió el craso error de colocar en el poder a Josep Stalin, con el aval de Alemania, y uno de sus primeros decretos fué firmar una declaratoria de paz con ese pais.

A mi criterio, la aparición de los Protocolos de los sabios de Sión se debe atribuir como de autoria alemana-austrohúngara, muy poco original, pues no son mas que un mero plagio de del libro Dialogue aux enfers entre Machiavel et Montesquieu (Diálogo en los infiernos entre Maquiavelo y Montesquieu), escrito por el autor francés Maurice Joly en el año 1864.

Joly atacaba las ambiciones políticas de Napoleón III utilizando a Maquiavelo como una sinopsis diabólica en el infierno, como un doble de sí mismo para poder dar su opinión acerca de Napoleón.