With the ‘goy’ kids’ P.R. usefulness expended, it’s time for them to be gone. See:
Which should be read in tandem with:
There is no genuine benevolence for outsiders in Judaism, only the illusion thereof.
The executive producer for ‘Strangers No More’ is Lin Arison widow of Ted Arison, an exceedingly powerful and wealthy Israeli of Romanian origin, said to be the world’s wealthiest ‘Jew’ at the time of his death. The Arisons are founders of the ‘National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts,’ likely where the funding for the hasbara piece ‘Strangers No More’ comes from.
The Arison family (née: Arisohn, Arizon) among others, with the Rothschilds, founded the town, Zikhron Ya’acov (named after James Jacob Rothschild) in Palestine in 1882. Ted Arison was born in Zikhron Ya’acov and is a descendant of founders of the town. Romanian Judaic Sarah Aaronsohn and her brother Aaron of Zikhron Ya’acov founded the N.I.L.I. spy ring which cooperated with British intelligence and was instrumental in establishing the British Mandate and expelling Turks and Palestinians from Palestine, a crucial step towards the establishment of the Zionist state. Sarah Aaronsohn was captured by Turks and shot herself rather than give information. Aaron Aaronsohn managed N.I.L.I. spy operations in Egypt. Under a thin cloak of philanthropy the Arison family are self-serving Zionist fanatics of the most extreme bent.
A museum in the Israeli state, ‘First Alyah Museum’ honors Ted Arison’s grandparents, among the first European Judaic Zionists to “settle” in Palestine:
The First Aliyah Museum opened its doors to the public in February 1999. It was established in memory of Moshe & Sara Arisohn, who were among Zichron Ya’acov’s first settlers … The museum is located in a building that was built by Baron de Rothschild’s staff in 1892. Known at times as the Administration House, when built, it was the largest and most magnificent building in Israel … The first national settler’s conference was held in Zichron Ya’acov, it dealt with opposition to the Uganda Plan.
With Rothschild funding, a ‘Christian mystic’ Zionist, Laurence Oliphant escorted Sarah and Aaron Aaronsohn’s parents, Ephraim Fischel Aaronsohn and his wife Malkah to Zichron Ya’acov, which is on Mount Carmel, a location central to mystical tradition.
Ted Arison’s father, Meir Arison was a Mason.
Kirk Simon & Karen Goodman
Kirk Simon and Karen Goodman have made over twenty documentaries and in the process have garnered four Academy Award nominations, three Emmys and the DuPont-Columbia Award for Independent Programming. They have received filmmaking grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, the Ford Foundation, and the American Film Institute.
Their documentaries have been broadcast nationally on PBS, HBO, and MTV, and screened at festivals around the world including the New York Film Festival, Sundance, New Directors / New Films, London, Berlin, Montreal and St. Petersburg. In addition, they have overseen and filmed dance preservation projects for the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Lincoln Center’s Library and Museum of the Performing Arts.
Both Mr. Simon and Ms. Goodman are active voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. They have served as consultants to the National Endowment for the Humanities Media Program, on the Documentary Screening Committee for the Academy Awards and as judges for the Emmy Awards and the DuPont-Columbia Broadcast Journalism Award.