Sunday, November 07, 2010

Little Jewish Princesses Ctd

Hey! Remember 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer'? Honestly, who could forget? Quality concept. Quality scripts. Quality performers. Quality acting. But seriously folks, if 'Buffy' had truly wanted to hunt down and slay 'Vampires' she probably had to look no further than her local Rabbi. Particularly if she lives in the New York area.

Sarah Michelle Gellar looking 'buffed'.

Sarah looking a little 'tired and drained'.
Perhaps she needs to see her Rabbi after Shul on Saturday night and arrange for some Goyim baby's blood and internal organs to pep her up a tad? A new liver? A kidney? She could even have one air freighted from Israel. The IDF snipers are baggin' reasonably healthy Palestinian kids on a daily basis and 'harvesting' their corpses for those 'come in handy' bits. Talk about takin' breakfast 'on the hoof' or the 'fresh food people'...
And before any of our readers begin to think old Victor might have gone a bit far with this one, let it be known that none of this speculation is exactly new.
In their OWN words...
From the World Jewish Congress Website:
Five rabbis arrested for corruption, money laundering and organ trade

27 July 2009 Five rabbis were among the 44 persons arrested last week in Brooklyn and New Jersey. They allegedly acted like "crime bosses" in a massive money-laundering and illegal organ trading scandal, according to a New Jersey prosecutor. Several current and former mayors and New Jersey state assemblymen were also arrested in the operation.

The rabbis are suspected of organizing a money-laundering network that allegedly worked through charities in New Jersey, New York and Israel. The money reportedly came from a variety of sources, from a fraudulent bankruptcy claim to profits from selling fake designer handbags. The rabbis are Saul Kassin, 87, chief rabbi of Sharee Zion Synagogue in Brooklyn; Eliahu Ben Haim, 58, the principal rabbi of Congregation Ohel Yaacob in Deal, New Jersey; Edmond Nahum, 56, of Deal Synagogue; Mordchai Fish, 56, of Congregation Sheves Achim in Brooklyn; and New York resident Rabbi Levy Izhak Rosenbaum, 58. The latter allegedly tried to orchestrate the sale of human kidneys bought for $10,000 from poor donors in places like India and Eastern Europe on the black market for up to US$ 180,000.

"The fact that we arrested a number of rabbis does not make this a religiously motivated investigation," Weysan Dun, special agent in charge of FBI’s office in Newark, said at a news conference. "It is not a politically motivated investigation. It is about crime, corruption, arrogance and a shocking betrayal of public trust." District Attorney Ralph Marra also stressed that the suspects' religion was irrelevant, and that all the suspects knew the money they were laundering came from illegal sources. "These rings, led by clergymen, cloaked their extensive criminal activities behind a facade of rectitude," he pointed out.
And from the 'Western Media'...
Doctor admits Israeli pathologists harvested organs without consent
Ian Black, Middle East editor The Guardian
Monday 21st December 2009
Israel has admitted pathologists harvested organs from dead Palestinians, and others, without the consent of their families – a practice it said ended in the 1990s – it emerged at the weekend.

The admission, by the former head of the country's forensic institute, followed a furious row prompted by a Swedish newspaper reporting that Israel was killing Palestinians in order to use their organs – a charge that Israel denied and called "antisemitic".

The revelation, in a television documentary, is likely to generate anger in the Arab and Muslim world and reinforce sinister stereotypes of Israel and its attitude to Palestinians. Iran's state-run Press TV tonight reported the story, illustrated with photographs of dead or badly injured Palestinians.

Ahmed Tibi, an Israeli Arab MP, said the report incriminated the Israeli army.

The story emerged in an interview with Dr Yehuda Hiss, former head of the Abu Kabir forensic institute near Tel Aviv. The interview was conducted in 2000 by an American academic who released it because of the row between Israel and Sweden over a report in the Stockholm newspaper Aftonbladet.

Channel 2 TV reported that in the 1990s, specialists at Abu Kabir harvested skin, corneas, heart valves and bones from the bodies of Israeli soldiers, Israeli citizens, Palestinians and foreign workers, often without permission from relatives.

The Israeli military confirmed to the programme that the practice took place, but added: "This activity ended a decade ago and does not happen any longer."

Hiss said: "We started to harvest corneas ... whatever was done was highly informal. No permission was asked from the family."

However, there was no evidence that Israel had killed Palestinians to take their organs, as the Swedish paper reported. Aftonbladet quoted Palestinians as saying young men from the West Bank and Gaza Strip had been seized by the Israeli forces and their bodies returned to their families with missing organs. The interview with Hiss was released by Nancy Scheper-Hughes, professor of anthropology at the University of California-Berkeley who had conducted a study of Abu Kabir.

She was quoted by the Associated Press as saying that while Palestinians were "by a long shot" not the only ones affected, she felt the interview must be made public, because "the symbolism, you know, of taking skin of the population considered to be the enemy, [is] something, just in terms of its symbolic weight, that has to be reconsidered."

Israel demanded that Sweden condemn the Aftonbladet article, calling it an antisemitic "blood libel". Stockholm refused, saying that to so would violate freedom of speech in the country. The foreign minister then cancelled a visit to Israel, just as Sweden was taking over the EU's rotating presidency.

Hiss was removed from his post in 2004, when some details about organ harvesting were first reported, but he still works at the forensic institute.

Israel's health ministry said all harvesting was now done with permission. "The guidelines at that time were not clear," it said in a statement to Channel 2. "For the last 10 years, Abu Kabir has been working according to ethics and Jewish law."
Gotta love them Jewish Vampires, eh? Helping to keep those Talmud Vision stars looking as bright, fresh and colourful as the premium mince at the Woolies' meat counter.
Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

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