King David Hotel Bombed By Zionists

This includes a wide range of causes, from the popular Birthright program—designed to draw young American Jews closer to Israel and their Jewish identity—to building up settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. The Adelsons are among the largest donors in history to the Republican Party, but when it comes to Israel, they are further to the right than most Republicans. They’ve visibly pressured President Donald……..”

Boycott all Adelson’s hotels and casinos until he pays the back taxes of all Christian churches and property visited by devout Christians who go to Jerusalem on holy pilgrimage. It looks like Satan Sheldon can’t stand the competition. 

Sheldon Adelson makes billions of dollars from Americans gambling, which used to be a sin. Consider Roman soldiers gambling for Jesus’ robe. The Mafia used to own the Sands. They too were involved in TERRORISM like the Zionist Jews who blew up the King David Hotel. The Zionists introduced TERRORISM to Israel and the area.

Devout Jews died protesting King Herod’s temple after he put a Roman eagle on it. Some were Nazarites. Trump and Adelson have defiled Jerusalem by replicating the rule when Jesus was alive. Consider Jesus overturning the money lending tables. Consider roulette tables and one arm bandits.

Do Latinos work in these hotels? There is the Bethlehem gaming floor at the Sands. Adelson looks just like Satan. The Evangelical lick the gold coins off his ass.

I declare the Average American – PEOPLE TOO! The billionaires take our money and our taxes, and give us POWERLESNESS in return. Adelson is empowering foreigners just because they share his genetics. I doubt he is a devout Jews. It is a BIG GAME to him. He knows the Christian Churches are being squeezed – WITH OUR MONEY! He got caught laundering money with the Chinese. BOYCOTT!

The very, very, very bad fake press keeps wondering why Trump is forever on the campaign trail. He’s plugging his hotels. MR. MONEY is speaking to his Faithful Customers using our Democratic Forums.

Jon Greory

The King David Hotel bombing was a terrorist attack[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8] carried out on Monday, July 22, 1946, by the militant right-wing[9] Zionist underground organization, the Irgun, on the British administrative headquarters for Palestine, which was housed in the southern wing[10] of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem.[11][12][13] Ninety-one people of various nationalities were killed and 46 injured.[14]

The hotel was the site of the central offices of the British Mandatory authorities of Palestine, principally the Secretariat of the Government of Palestine and the Headquarters of the British Armed Forces in Palestine and Transjordan.[14][15] When planned, the attack had the approval of the Haganah, the principal Jewish paramilitary group in Palestine, though, unbeknownst to the Irgun, this had been cancelled by the time the operation was carried out. It was conceived as part of a response to Operation Agatha (a series of widespread raids, including one on the Jewish Agency, conducted by the British authorities) and was the deadliest directed at the British during the Mandate era (1920–1948).[14][15]

Disguised as Arab workmen and as hotel waiters, members of the Irgun planted a bomb in the basement of the main building of the hotel, whose southern wing housed the Mandate Secretariat and a few offices of the British military headquarters. The resulting explosion caused the collapse of the western half of the southern wing of the hotel.[15] Some of the inflicted deaths and injuries occurred in the road outside the hotel and in adjacent buildings.[15]

Billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson donated $40 million to Birthright Israel, a hefty addition to the $120 million the Adelson Family Foundation has given the organization in recent years. Adelson and his wife Miriam are some of the most active supporters of the organization (see: the $160 million), which sends Jews between the ages of 18 and 26 on free 10-day trips to Israel.

The gift comes as Adelson, a major Republican donor, is also gearing up for the 2016 presidential elections. He spent $70 million on Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign, and 2016 is looking like another expensive year for the Las Vegas Sands Corp. chairman and CEO. He’s already met with several potential Republican candidates, including Texas Senator Ted Cruz, and the wide field of early contenders means a tough primary season before a party nominee is named. Adelson will likely decide soon who he’ll throw his weight—and his money—behind.

Among those who did not make the cut were Rabbi Rick Jacobs, the president of the Union for Reform Judaism, who in August criticized Mr. Trump for his handling of the neo-Nazi march in Charlottesville, Va. On Wednesday, Rabbi Jacobs said the president should not have made his declaration about Jerusalem, arguing

Entrepreneur Sheldon Adelson and his partners Dick Katzeff, Irwin Chafetz, Ted Cutler, and Jordan Shapiro bought the famous Sands Hotel in 1989. They opened the Sands Expo and Convention Center across from the hotel in 1990. The 1.2-million-square-foot center is currently the largest privately owned convention facility in the world.

The Sands Hotel was having trouble competing with the newer resorts on the Las Vegas Strip, Adelson imploded it to make room for The Venetian. Construction of the Venetian began in 1997, when themed hotels were the fashion. Modeled on Venice, Italy, it joined Excalibur, New York-New York, Paris Las Vegas and other themed hotels on the Las Vegas Strip.

When the trend in Las Vegas then shifted to more understated and “elegant” hotels, construction on The Palazzo began in 2005. Together, the Palazzo, Venetian and Sands Expo make up the world’s largest integrated resort, with 7,100 all-suite rooms, 2.3 million square feet of convention and exhibition space, and an array of shopping, dining and entertainment options.

Adelson got his start through the trade show business. As early as the 1970s, he saw the potential in personal computers. He and his partners founded the computer trade show COMDEX in 1979. They then sold it in 1995 for more than $800 million. In 2004, Adelson took the Venetian’s parent company public:[4] Las Vegas Sands Inc. became Las Vegas Sands Corp.

Perhaps because of his start in the trade show business, Adelson focused his hotel efforts on courting the convention and trade show industry. At the time, when other hotels were focusing on gambling, his approach was considered unorthodox: the traditional strategy was to keep hotel rooms minimal, so as to encourage guests to spend as much time as possible in the casino. Adelson, however, had all his hotel rooms made into luxury suites; he put in mini-bars and big screen televisions; and he created comfortable work spaces in every room. By doing all this, he counted on business from the Sands Expo and Convention Center to keep mid-week occupancy strong. This proved correct; the company now makes more money in Las Vegas from conventions than gambling.[5] And Adelson’s convention-centered approach is no longer considered unorthodox, but rather the paradigm in the hospitality industry in Las Vegas.

Donald Trump has called it a “great honor” that workers at the Trump Hotel in Las Vegas had thus far declined to unionize. “They love me,” he said last month on the campaign trail.

But workers were signaling otherwise. That very day, Latino staffers protesting at the Trump Hotel in Las Vegas were using his harsh stance on immigrants to galvanize a majority-Latino workforce to join the Culinary Union, one of the most powerful entities in Nevada politics.

“If Mr Trump wants to make America great again, he should start here,” workers shouted.

In protests, Spanish language radio ads, press releases, and Facebook videos, organizers are highlighting Trump Hotel employees’ own immigrant stories, and channeling the Nevada Latino worker community’s outrage at the Republican presidential frontrunner into political and union engagement by a population that makes up the bulk of Trump’s Las Vegas hotel employees – and a powerful swing state voting bloc.

“Eighty percent of Trump [culinary] employees are Latino,” Carmen Harull, a Trump Hotel housekeeper from Argentina, told the Guardian. “He is very wrong to say that we’re criminals and drug addicts. We are people who work hard for our families.”

“The idea is to draw on the momentum Trump’s campaign has activated within the Latino community,” said the Culinary Union’s political director, Yvanna Cancela. “People are realizing that if they don’t engage on issues like worker’s rights, like voting, like civic engagement, we could very well end up with someone who shares these kind of anti-immigrant sentiments in the White House, whether it’s Donald Trump or one of the other candidates.”

According to the Culinary Union, Trump Hotel employees earn $3.33 less on average than workers who do the same jobs at the Bellagio, Wynn, Caesar’s Palace, the Stratosphere and all of the other 95% of Las Vegas resorts which have organized labor representing hotel staff. In addition to better wages and benefits, organizers are demanding equal treatment and respect, an allusion to the nationalist rhetoric Trump has used throughout his campaign.

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