Staged or killed in rage…
It doesn’t smell good. In fact it kind of stinks. As Israel celebrates its independence day, the irony is that much of its blood soaked existence is indebted to political subterfuge at the highest level, the dark underside of Zionism that eliminates its own to further ideological reasons that perpetuate an ugly, recurring and chronic dynamic.A sickness that seems intrinsic to its nature. Part of its DNA.
The recent anodyne, at least by historic standards, is the demonstrations against the influx of Sudanese immigration illegally from Egypt. The number is considerable for a small country and the reaction from the religious community and the concern, apparently justified for public safety and the inability to absorb these numbers has some basis; especially that elements in the government may be complicit in the influx: blaming the religious for “racism” while getting potential votes from immigrants for secular socialism and away from observant candidates. The illegals are just raw material in the secular maintaining control and permits them to accuse while having no interest in the Sudanese themselves. But this antagonistic pattern is characteristic of the dynamic since Day 1.
Before the state came into existence, murders were carried out by Jews against Jews. Since the growth of the State increasingly violent crimes are being made by government officials and innocent people are being blamed. The Rabin assassination being the most egregious example among many.
…A second group that claimed to represent the people of Israel was the secular Zionist. Their leader was Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who went against everything the orthodox Jews wanted. Weizmann asked Jews to stop sending funds to the Yeshivas and Torah schools that disagreed with his polices.The debate of who should represent the people went on for many years. It seemed that the secular Zionists would win as they had the political savvy and would manipulate the British overseers of Palestine. When all seemed bleak for the orthodox, a new star arose that changed the entire picture for the future people.Early Israel now had two movements that worked for their people: the Vaad HaIr – the orthodox leadership with Dr. Yaakov De Haan as the dedicated and talented spokesman and the Vaad Leumi – the secular Zionist labor movement, later called the HaHaganah. Both wanted to control the land and people claiming to be the true representatives of the Jewish people….
… They felt that if anybody had the right to meet with Arab leadership it was to be the secular Zionists and not the old-fashioned orthodox Jews! In 1924 the secular Zionist group realized that Dr. De Haan was simply too powerful and something had to be done. His independent group had connections with Jewry in Europe and America. The Zionist movement, in its infancy, would not survive solid competition from the orthodox. It was decided that Dr. De Haan had to be killed!…
The historian of the Haganah, Saul Aviger, confirmed this in his book Toldoth HaHaganah that all the accusations that had been made by the orthodox community were true! “One of the missions carried out at that time by the Haganah headquarters was the assault on De Haan…Orders were received in Jerusalem from Haganah headquarters to eliminate the traitor.”
…controversial footage of the event has reappeared. …Over the years, despite continuous and intense media coverage and analysis of the assassination and its ramifications, the video of the assassination, known as the Ke
r video, had virtually disappeared from public view.
Since its showing on Channel 2 Israel television two months after the assassination, the Kempler video, one of history’s most dramatic and important video clips, has been hidden, perhaps deliberately, from the eyes of the public. It was never screened again on Israel’s state-regulated television, nor was it available on the internet….
…Likewise, the purported maker of the video, amateur photographer Ron Kempler, appeared on television only once when the clip was screened. Since then, he appears to have vanished without a trace.The circumstances under which the assassination occurred provided the left with fertile ground for a decade of denouncing and delegitimizing Israel’s nationalist camp and its political agenda, particularly against the national-religious camp. Yigal Amir, a law student, activist, and vehement opponent of the Oslo accords, who was identified politically with the national-religious camp, was arrested and convicted of carrying out the assassination.
…On the other hand, Rabin’s main accomplishment as prime minister was the signing of the Oslo accords. Those accords were designed to relinquish Israeli control of Judea, Samaria, and Gaza, and install in its place, a Palestinian state, run by the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), an international terrorist organization led by Yassir Arafat.
…As Israel prepared to relinquish control of cities liberated in the Six-Day War to PLO control, tension in Israel between Rabin’s supporters and detractors reached a feverish pitch. The stage was set for November 4, 1995, the assassination of a prime minister, and a ten-year vendetta against the opponents of Rabin’s policies.
To some extent, Holocaust remembrance day and Israel Memorial Day for the fallen soldiers serves as cloud cover for internecine killing; among which one could include Sabra and Shatilla which does plausibly appear as mass slaughter with the goal of removing Begin from office, which worked, and the apparent arrangement worked out between Kissinger and Dayan to let the Arabs attack first in 1973 in order to better test the superiority of American weapons , a act which led to how many scarred and destroyed lives?But, the Rabin case seems more plausible; especially based on historical precedent , Altaleena, Arlozoroff, Kastner, etc. etc. etc. At some point, one has to wonder if outside forces are condoning these actions or directly complicit in their implementation. In any event, the label “rogue” state is not entirely without basis…
( extracts from different web sites some lay and some religious):
But did Yigal Amir really kill Yitzhak Rabin?
Not unlike the Kennedy assassination in 1963, Rabin’s assassination is riddled with factual inconsistencies that have given birth to conspiracy theories. Interestingly, both assassinations were filmed by amateur photographers. In both cases, examination and analysis of the filmed footage raise serious questions which conspiracy researchers use to support their contentions.
But while the Zapruder film is readily available for viewing and scrutiny by the general public, the Kempler video has only recently come out of hiding.
Private website operator David Rutstein explores on his Hebrew site glaring inconsistencies in the official assassination documents and has made available for the first time the full-length Kempler video for ongoing public scrutiny….and decide for himself whether it supports or contradicts the Israeli government’s claim that Yigal Amir acted alone in assassinating the prime minister. The conspiracy theorists contend that the upper echelons of Israel’s secret service orchestrated either an assassination attempt which backfired or an actual assassination.
A number of conspiracy theorists, the most prominent among them, Barry Chamish, do not deny that Amir was involved in the assassination. Concurrently, they are not interested in exonerating Amir or granting him clemency.Chamish claims that Amir’s weapon fired only blanks at the prime minister. The real assassin was positioned in the back seat of Rabin’s car. This unknown assassin shot and killed Rabin only after his body guard, Yoram Rubin, pushed him into the car, following Amir’s gunshots.
Persons who espouse this theory claim that if Rabin indeed had been hit by Amir’s bullet (according to medical reports, the first bullet shattered Rabin’s spine) he would not have been able to remain standing, turn aside, and cast his face, startled, in Amir’s direction. Yet Rabin does exactly this, as the video clearly indicates at the 7:10 minute mark and again in slow motion at 8:20 minutes. Rabin’s facial expression does not depict any pain, not something one would expect after sustaining a serious wound of any kind, particularly a spinal injury.
This point is reiterated by one of the three bodyguards closest to Rabin, agent S.N. (possibly S.G.) who delivered his testimony on November 16, 1995 to police Internal Security Unit officer Yoav Gazit:
“During the salvo I jumped towards the Prime Minister and his personal bodyguard (Yoram Rubin). I didn’t hear any cry of pain from the Prime Minister or from his bodyguard and I didn’t notice any traces (signs) of blood. I and the personal bodyguard put the Prime Minister into his car and Rubin jumped with him inside and the car quickly exited the area. At this stage it wasn’t clear to me whether the PM or the bodyguard were hit or not.”
One of the most astonishing and mysterious events in the film occurs after Amir fires his shots. Kempler’s video clearly and unmistakably shows (7:17 minutes into video and repeated at 8:40) the back rear door of Rabin’s vehicle close before Rabin’s body guard, Yoram Rubin, whisks the prime minister into the drivers’ side of the car. Chamish suggests that Rabin’s actual assailant may have been pre-positioned in the back seat of the car as part of a conspiracy to eliminate the prime minister.
…No one has yet to come up with another plausible explanation as to why the rear door of Rabin’s Cadillac suddenly slammed shut. The prime minister’s car was not equipped with automatic doors. One explanation claims that the Cadillac’s doors were built to close automatically if the car is suddenly shaken. But the rear door shut before the others entered the vehicle. That theory also does not explain why the front door opposite the driver remained open.
Another event depicted in the video that warrants examination is the conduct of Shimon Peres, one of the main architects of the Oslo accords, who served as Rabin’s foreign minister.
At the conclusion of that night’s mass demonstration in support of the Rabin government, held at a Tel Aviv park adjacent to city hall, Shimon Peres is filmed mingling with the crowd just meters away from Yigal Amir, who was inexplicably waiting for his target in a supposedly “sterile” area, reserved only for authorized security personnel.
After finishing with the crowd, Peres approaches Rabin’s car (6:20 minutes), which was parked behind his own in the sterile area. Peres stops by the car, and appears to look inside, or inspect the vehicle for something. Peres then starts talking with a body guard who points to the car. (As this occurs before the shots are fired, both the front and rear doors opposite the driver’s side are still open). What was it about the prime minister’s car that so interested Shimon Peres?
Then, suddenly, Peres is seen talking to Rabin’s driver, Menachem Damti (6:34 minutes). Prior to this, something apparently was cut out of video. Kempler claims he stopped filming for a few seconds.
Peres finally gets into his own car, just as Rabin walks down the stairs into the sterile area. Seconds later, he is shot at by Yigal Amir.
There are numerous other inconsistencies in the Kempler video and in the circumstances surrounding the assassination that provide powerful impetus to conspiracy theories. …Aside from one television appearance on Channel 2 ten years ago, Kempler has been unavailable to answer questions regarding his video clip. His testimony as an eye witness at Amir’s trial failed to address many of these issues, some of which were raised by Amir’s defense attorneys. “I’m not a video or camera expert,” was a typical remark.
…As history would have it, Kempler fortuitously stood on the roof of the Gan Ha-ir shopping mall overlooking the “sterile” area near the prime minister’s car where Yigal Amir was waiting to attack Yitzhak Rabin. Minutes before the assassination, Kempler, who claimed to be an amateur photographer, focused his camera on Amir for no apparent reason and followed his actions until he fired his pistol.
…Conspiracy theorists explain this peculiar oddity of fate, contending that Kempler himself was a part of the conspiracy. They suggest that Israel’s secret service arranged the video and then tampered with it in various ways in order to convince a skeptical public that Yigal Amir was the lone assassin, and diffuse any attempts to prove otherwise.
While the video served as key evidence in obtaining Amir’s conviction and to underpin the Shamgar Commission’s lone assassin conclusion, it has ironically become home base for supporting conspiracy theories, like those put forward by Barry Chamish.The fact that the video has been concealed from the public for the past ten years, along with Kempler’s cryptic absence from Israel’s all-penetrating media, only serves to heighten speculation regarding a potential cover-up in relation to the circumstances of the Rabin assassination.
…I think this is a very important issue. The left wing have used this claim to discredit their religious opponents ad nauseam and silence any crticism. As soon as you start to disagree, or say something true, like that giving away land endangers Jewish lives, they chorus, “Don’t disagree with the gov’t! That’s exactly the kind of rhetoric that caused Amir to kill Rabin! You’ll have blood on your hands! You’re calling to kill the Prime Minister!” All this in a supposedly democratic country, where there’s supposed to be freedom of expression….
A few minutes later, Shimon Peres comes down the steps and walks towards the crowd at the barrier. He accepts their good wishes and walks to a spot about a meter and a half opposite the hood of Yitzhak Rabin’s car. Shimon Peres is accompanied by four bodyguards. Shimon Peres stops, looks inside the back passenger door of the limousine and then speaks to the the bodyguards. Shimon Peres and the bodyguards together look into the back passenger door of the limousine.
At this point there is a cut. Suddenly Shimon Peres is talking to Yitzhak Rabin’s driver, Menachem Damti. Shimon Peres speaks to Menachem Damti, the driver, and subsequently Damti, Shimon Peres and the bodyguards again look at the back passenger door of the limousine. We notice in the video that Menachem Damti’s head is nodding from side to side to indicate that he disagrees with something said by Shimon Peres.
Yigal Amir pulls out the gun
Shimon Peres enters his car and Yitzhak Rabin descends the steps. The camera now concentrates on Yitzhak Rabin and we see the bodyguard at Yitzhak Rabin’s rear clearly stopping. The rear bodyguard stopping creates an open space and allows Yigal Amir a clear shot at the Prime Minister. Yigal Amir draws his gun from deep inside his right pocket, circles a student reporter named Modi Yisrael, and shoots with his left arm. At this point we see a flash of one bullet, one loud “bang” and two softer bangs. After supposedly “taking” the first bullet in the back, Yitzhak Rabin turns his neck to see who shot him….Read More:http://kemplervideo.blogspot.ca/2006/04/kempler-video-of-yitzhak-rabin_27.html