Treason against the Netanyahu Government?
Demonstrations in Israel are designed to bring down the government, and the Biden administration is behind the scenes, funding the protestors. Israel is a U.S. ally, but the White House wants a different man in charge. So the Biden team is deploying the same tools and tactics it used to target its domestic opposition.
Today as a few months ago, Left wing Israelis and British left Jewish NGOs funded by NIF have decided to protest Netanyahu outside Downing Street. Their voices muffled by the traffic not in the least bit bothered as their voices mean nothing to change democracy in Israel to that of a Government of their liking. As in Brazil and Venezuela, when did a socialist administration ever succeed besides the totalitarian leadership in Cuba that blighted its citizens with poverty?
So who is behind the current demonstrations funding them not to demonstrate against the judiciary they are there to bring down the democratically elected government of Israel. 2.6 million voted Likud Headed by Prime Minister Netanyahu. Whilst Netanyahu was in Italy, doing economic and high-tech deals, those in Israel, on the left, were demonstrating with Palestinian and Israeli flags a few days ago, as a terrorist attack occurred in Dizengoff while they were flying the Palastine flags.
Organisations behind these demonstrations are also behind the BDS movement.
Wexner foundation :- Netanyahu said the state’s association with the foundation should be probed, while Public Security Minister Amir Ohana cited its ties with Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who died last year in an apparent suicide while awaiting trial .Was Epstein linked to the foundation? Yes. What was his role? A trustee who had nothing to do with the program’s daily management, and never met its fellows. When was this? Before 2008. How did he leave? He was fired. Did the foundation order from Ehud Barak an overpriced study that the public never saw? It did. Was this deal legal? It was. Was Barak at the time a private citizen, and later Netanyahu’s own defense minister? He was. These facts did not confuse Netanyahu’s son Yair, who tweeted that Wexner’s graduates are “a pedophiles’ sect that seized control of the state and are conducting a coup.In other words". Wexner graduates like IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi, Strategic Affairs Minister Orit Farkash-Hacohen, Health Ministry director-general Hezi Levi and former Israel Navy commander Yedidya Yaari are pedophiles and conspirators. While Yair’s broadside aims under the belt, his father aims at the head, by implying that Wexner is out to brainwash Israel’s elite. That Noam Chomsky emerges there, attaching wires to fellows’ temples, and then infusing them with anti-Zionist venom.
The New Israel fund numerous organisations mainly of the left.
below taken from NGO monitor a breakdown of funds from NIF.
Breaking the Silence
Combatants for Peace
Gisha: Legal Center for the Protection of Freedom of Movement
HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual
Haqel: Jews and Arabs in Defense of Human Rights
Human Rights Defenders Fund (HRDF)
Israeli Center for Public Affairs
Molad: The Center for the Renewal of Democracy
Kerem Navot (Naboth's Vineyard)
Negev Coexistence Forum
Nine Seven Two: Advancement of Citizen Journalism
Parents' Circle: Bereaved Parents
Physicians for Human Rights - Israel
Rabbis for Human Rights
Reut Sadaka Jewish-Arab Youth Movement
The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel
Women's Fund for Human Rights (Machsom Watch)
Zazim - Community Action
Figures for the NIF and info from NGO Monitor.
Since its founding in 1979, as a political framework following the 1977 Israeli elections that brought Likud to power, the New Israel Fund (NIF) has provided over $300 million to more than 900 Israeli organizations. NIF is headquartered in New York, and maintains offices throughout the U.S. as well as in Canada, the UK, Switzerland, Australia, and Germany.
Shatil is the Israel-based “operating arm” of the NIF,” that creates and nurtures coalitions of NGOs, attempts to influence laws and bills in Israel, and holds workshops for staffers of NIF-funded NGOs.
Declared objectives: “to strengthen and expand the pro-democracy, progressive forces in Israel” and help “Israel to live up to its founders’ vision.” According to the NIF, the Israeli government and public have strayed from the vision of Israel as a “Jewish homeland and a democracy.”
To achieve these goals, the NIF “brings the broad range of civil rights, social justice and religious tolerance issues to the attention” of individuals and institutions, including the media and the Knesset. It presents itself as the “only” group working on such issues, attempting to restore Israeli democracy to its founders’ vision.
A common theme of NIF fundraising and campaigning is the supposed “erosion of Israeli democracy.” In September 2016, the Israeli Ambassador to Switzerland refused an invitation to participate in an NIF event, titled “Is Israeli democracy in danger?” The Israeli Foreign Ministry explained that the “provocative” title and NIF involvement were the reasons for the refusal.
In 2021, total income was $31.8 million; total expenses were $34.1 million. (See table below for further information regarding NIF’s funding.)
Total authorized grants to all NGOs were $17.3 million in 2021. (See Appendix 1)
Although NIF grants are for organizations based in Israel, the organization is not registered with the Israeli Registrar of Non-Profits.
Approximately 10% of grants go to 32 advocacy NGOs active in political campaigns that involve, to different degrees, demonization of Israel, including BDS and lawfare, under the headings of “Human Rights and Democracy;” “Religious Freedom;” “Social & Economic Justice;” “Palestinian Citizens of Israel;” “New Initiatives for Democracy;” and “Shared Society and Combating Racism.”
Many advocacy NGOs receive more “donor advised” funds than NIF core grants, suggesting that these donors have a major role in setting the NIF agenda. This also suggests the need for a discussion of the relationship of these donors and their preferred grantees within the NIF network.
According to its Funding Guidelines, NIF will not fund organizations that “[p]articipate in partisan political activity”; “advocate human rights selectively for one group over another”; “[e]mploy racist or derogatory language or designations about any group based on their religion, race, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation”; or “[w]ork to deny the right of the Jewish people to sovereign self-determination within Israel.”
BDS: The NIF claims that it “will not fund global BDS activities against Israel nor support organizations that have global BDS programs.” It will not, however, “exclude support for organizations that lawfully discourage the purchase of goods or use of services from settlements.”
Lawfare: The NIF claims that it “firmly oppose[s] attempts to prosecute Israeli officials in foreign courts.”
In practice, NIF continues to fund NGOs such as Adalah, Breaking the Silence, +972 Magazine, and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel that are primarily active in campaigns that contribute to BDS and delegitimization.
In press releases, conferences, UN sessions, and submissions to the International Criminal Court, NIF-funded NGOs emphasize unsupported allegations of “deliberate, systematic, and widespread targeting of Palestinian civilians;” “war crimes and crimes against humanity;” and “grave violations of international humanitarian law.”
Lastly, the Biden administration as the Obama administration pumps millions of dollars into these demonstrations in Tel Aviv in order to remove Netanyahu as prime minister of Israel. Their concern is not about the judiciary, but about the leader of Israel.
Bipartisan inquiry determines resources that ended up in V15's hands not illegal, but State Department chided for seeking to influence internal politics of ally.
Under Obama . The US government supported a group that tried to unseat Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last year to the tune of nearly $350,000, or NIS 1.3 million, a Senate inquiry published Tuesday found, though it cleared the State Department of any wrongdoing.
The bipartisan probe found no illegal activity in funding the OneVoice group, which became the V15 campaign to oust Netanyahu, though its report chided the State Department for having failed to prevent state funds being used, albeit legally and indirectly, to influence an allied country’s internal political process.
According to the report, authored by the permanent subcommittee on investigations of the Senate’s Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, the State Department gave grants totaling $349,276 to One Voice’s Israeli and Palestinian branches “to support peace negotiations” over a 14-month grant period that ended in November 2014.
After that period, the organizational infrastructure created with these funds was used by V15, a group that actively called on Israel’s to vote for “anyone but Bibi [Netanyahu]” during last year’s general election.
Netanyahu urged the Knesset to vote to dissolve itself on December 2, 2014, leading to new elections in March of 2015. V15 spent considerable efforts trying to convince Israeli voters that Netanyahu had to be replaced by a candidate for the center-left. Netanyahu’s Likud party and other right-wing groups derided the group at the time for using “foreign funding” to try to unseat him.
OneVoice, V15’s parent organization, did not violate the terms of its State Department grant, the Senate investigation determined. But the campaign infrastructure and resources it had established partially with State Department funds were subsequently used to support V15’s anti-Netanyahu campaign, the probe found.
In service of V15, OneVoice deployed its social media platform, which more than doubled during the State Department grant period; used its database of voter contact information, including email addresses… and enlisted its network of trained activists, many of whom were recruited or trained under the grant, to support and recruit for V15,” the inquiry stated.
This “pivot to electoral politics” was part of the strategy OneVoice informed the State Department about in advance, though the US diplomat who was received the plan said he never reviewed it.
Spokesman John Kirby said Tuesday night the State Department had not had time to study the report closely.
“The report makes it clear that there is no evidence that OneVoice spent any funds to influence the Israeli election,” he added.
US Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) speaks during the Republican Jewish Coalition spring leadership meeting at The Venetian Las Vegas on April 25, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images/AFP)
The document, authored by Senators Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), found OneVoice’s actions were not illegal and did not violate the grant agreement it had signed with the State Department, since Foggy Bottom has placed no limits on the post-grant use any resources built during the grant period.
However, the State Department should have been alerted by OneVoice’s political activism during the previous Israeli elections, in 2013, the report stated.
2.6 million Israelis voted the Likud . Judiciary arguments for demonstration purely false this is pure opposition to democracy.