The Watchman On The Wall

The Watchman On The Wall
Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Verse 13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

ALERT: Netanyahu Interrogated By Police For 3 Hours

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was interrogated (under caution, meaning he is a suspect) last night on suspicion of alleged corruption. The interrogation lasted for three hours and was conducted at the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem.
A white police vehicle from the Lahav 433rd unit with three officers inside was seen arriving at Netanyahu’s official residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem. They spent more than three hours inside with the prime minister.
Afterwards they issued a short statement, saying only that Netanyahu was “questioned under caution on suspicion that he accepted (improper) benefits.  Israel Police have refused to comment on reports that one of the two is World Jewish Congress president Ronald Lauder.
Netanyahu is expected to be questioned at least once more prior to the completion of the investigation.
As the Obama administration shunned Israel last week, we warned that police were calling on Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit to allow them to open a full criminal investigation against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Today, as Channel 2 reports, Israeli police entered Bibi's home for questioning. The prime minister was quick to react, blasting "don't celebrate too soon over corruption probe."
Tyler Durden reported last week, on Monday, December 26th, that Israeli police announced that they are absolutely convinced that a criminal investigation will be opened in the next few days due to new documents that were recently received in a special inquiry that began about 9 months ago.
The offenses that Netanyahu allegedly will face will be bribery and aggravated-fraud. In June it was reported that police had recently started their secret investigation, with demand that no details be leaked to the media. 
Attorney General Mandelblit also allegedly instructed employees in the state prosecutor’s office to investigate allegations that Netanyahu accepted 1 million euros (about $1.1 million) from accused French fraudster Arnaud Mimran in 2009.

Earlier in December, in an apparently unrelated case, there were calls for the Netanyahu to be investigated for his role in a Defense Ministry deal to purchase submarines from a German company that is partly owned by the Iranian government.
The affair overtook public debate in Israel last month, as accusations came about that the Israeli prime minister may have been financially swayed in the decision by his personal counsel David Shimron, who himself had ties with the submarines’ builder, ThyssenKrupp. The purchase was opposed by sectors of the defense establishment, including former defense minister Moshe Ya’alon.
 However, opposition leaders were far from jubilant, with opposition leader Isaac Herzog saying he was not deriving any enjoyment from Netanyahu’s legal woes.
“This is not a happy day; this is a difficult day for Israel,” Herzog said at the start of the weekly Zionist Union faction meeting. “We don’t have a drop of schadenfreude.
Sources close to Netanyahu were adamant Monday that the prime minister had done no wrong, and linked the investigation to efforts to oust him from power.
MK David Amsalem (Likud) told Army Radio that media “eagerness” over the investigations was threatening Israel’s democratic foundations
“There is a motivation to remove the right from power,” charged Amsalem. “We need to take away any motivation other than that pertaining to the investigation itself. There is a basic democratic principle that the people chose someone to lead the country. That is the most important principle and it takes precedence over all others.
Police have collected a great deal of “well-founded” material relating to the suspicions, TV reports have said, including from witnesses very close to the prime minister. Among the 50 people who have already testified is Lauder, Channel 2 reported.
Previous coverage has said one of the businessmen is based abroad, but has interests in Israel, and the second is Israeli.
Lauder, whose family founded the Estee Lauder cosmetics giant, has long been seen as an ally of Netanyahu, who in the late 1990s put him in charge of negotiating with then Syrian president Hafez Assad
In late September, Lauder was summoned by police for questioning “related to a certain investigation conducted by them and in which Mr. Lauder is not its subject matter,” said Helena Beilin, Lauder’s Israeli attorney. “After a short meeting, he was told that his presence is no longer required and that there shall be no further need for additional meetings.”
Netanyahu has acknowledged receiving money from French tycoon Arnaud Mimran, who was sentenced to eight years in prison over a scam amounting to 283 million euros involving the trade of carbon emissions permits and the taxes on them.
Netanyahu’s office said he had received $40,000 in contributions from Mimran in 2001, when he was not in office, as part of a fund for public activities, including appearances abroad to promote Israel.
According to a Channel 10 report from Saturday night, the central suspicions against Netanyahu were breach of trust and unlawfully accepting gifts. As yet, the television report said, there were no suspicions of bribery.
Netanyahu on Friday rejected the accusations as “baseless,” saying “this will come to nothing, because there is nothing.
A spokesman for Netanyahu defended the Prime Minister by saying, “This is absolutely false. There was nothing and there will be nothing.”
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s prime minister, is being questioned by detectives on suspicion of illegally accepting valuable gifts from prominent businessmen in a scandal that is roiling Israeli politics.

Police officers came to the prime minister’s official residence in Jerusalem on Monday evening to question him about claims that he took designer suits and overseas trips from at least two businessmen.

Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing and has not been charged but the criminal investigation into him is one of several probes swirling around him and his family. His wife, Sara, was questioned by police in a different case just weeks ago.

Police probes against politicians are common in Israel and Mr Netanyahu’s predecessor, Ehud Olmert, is in prison for corruption. Ariel Sharon was questioned by police over accusations he accepted bribes but the case was dropped and he was never charged.
On Monday he had another defiant message for the opposition, saying:
"There will be nothing because there is nothing. You will continue to inflate hot air balloons and we will continue to lead the state of Israel."
The 67-year-old politician, who is on course to become Israel’s longest-serving leader, has avoided prosecution at least twice so far in a long career.
What is most interesting about this news is the possible correlation with the U.S. decision to abstain from the vote in the United Nations that aims to stop Israeli construction on occupied Palestinian territory. The U.S. decision not to support Israel is a public slap in the face and one that comes at a time where it also makes sense to ask a logical question: Are the globalists/New World Order seeking to overthrow the controversial Israeli Prime Minister in order to undermine the Jewish people and the state of Israel?

Is Netanyahu about to be overthrown?

Is this a globlist takedown linked to last week's UN vote? 

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