Foreigners Pay for Israels P.M. Contenders

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Foreigners Pay for Israels P.M. Contenders

Post by Opalserpent » Mon Oct 15, 2012 3:08 am

I was not terribly surprised to read this, is it even legal? conflict of interest as usual but money buys power nowadays.

Your hero barely gets any money from the Locals Spock Man!

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After it was announced yesterday that Israeli elections will take place this January, Haaretz revisited Benjamin Netanyahu's campaign contributions and found a staggering 96.8% of the prime minister's support came from foreign donors. And of these donations, over half came from one American family -- the Falic family of Miami, Florida. The Falics own the airport chain Duty Free Americas and are the former owners of the House of Christian Lacroix. Through their private foundation they support excavations in the West Bank, built a "welcome center" in a settlement, and fund student field trips to illegal outposts in the occupied Palestinian territories.

If you want to secure your piece of illegally occupied land I suppose you better contribute now!!!!!!

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