Nine to Five

 Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber.  EPA/OLIVER WEIKEN
Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber.  EPA/OLIVER WEIKEN
First there were 12 (all 12 tribes of fantasy Jew israel) then it was 10, down to 9 and then to 6 yesterday, today I think we have finally reached our number- it’s 5 (and we’re stickin to it).

Jerusalem – The bodies of the five Israelis killed in a suicide bombing in Bulgaria Wednesday arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport after midnight Friday morning.

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The coffins of those killed were carried off the plane by IDF soldiers as psalms were read at an IDF ceremony held at the airport. Their funerals are scheduled to take place on Friday.

The Interior Ministry on Thursday released the names of the five Israelis : Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Elior Price, 26, Maor Harosh, 25, and Kochava Shriki, 44.

Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
A relative mourns five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
A relative mourns five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
Relatives mourn five Israelis who were killed during an explosion on a tour bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, after their arrival at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, early 20 July 2012. The bomb attack which killed five Israelis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, was according to the countries interior minister carried out by a suicide bomber. (Credit: EPA)
Minister of Tourism Stas Misezshnikov speaks near the coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport  in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012. P (Credit: Flash90)Minister of Tourism Stas Misezshnikov speaks near the coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012. P (Credit: Flash90)
Family and friends mourn on the  coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport  in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Family and friends mourn on the coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Family and friends mourn on the  coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport  in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Family and friends mourn on the coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Family and friends mourn on the  coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport  in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)Family and friends mourn on the coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Family and friends mourn on the  coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport  in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Family and friends mourn on the coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrived at the Ben Gurion airport in Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Israeli soldiers carry the five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, at a cermony after the bodies arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport learly Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)Israeli soldiers carry the five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, at a cermony after the bodies arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport learly Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Israeli soldiers carry the five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, at a cermony after the bodies arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport learly Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Israeli soldiers carry the five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, at a cermony after the bodies arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport learly Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Israeli soldiers carry the five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, at a cermony after the bodies arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport learly Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Israeli soldiers carry the five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, at a cermony after the bodies arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport learly Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Minister of tourism Stas Mizeshnikov seen arriving to a ceremony for  Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrive at the Ben Gurion airport early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)Minister of tourism Stas Mizeshnikov seen arriving to a ceremony for Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, as their bodies arrive at the Ben Gurion airport early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Israeli soldiers carry the five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, at a cermony after the bodies arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport learly Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Israeli soldiers carry the five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, at a cermony after the bodies arrived at Ben-Gurion Airport learly Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, seen at a ceremony at the Ben Gurion airport after arriving to Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)Five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, seen at a ceremony at the Ben Gurion airport after arriving to Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)
Five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, seen at a ceremony at the Ben Gurion airport after arriving to Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)Five coffins holding Israeli citizens Itzik Colangi, 28, Amir Menashe, 28, Maor Harosh, 25, Elior Price, 26, and Kochava Shriki, 44, who were killed in a suicide bombing attack in Bulgaria 2 days ago, seen at a ceremony at the Ben Gurion airport after arriving to Israel early Friday morning. July 20, 2012.  (Credit: Flash90)

Just another Hollywood act, produced, directed and starring Jews.

Did I say Zionists? Good, I didnt mean to.

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6 Responses to Nine to Five

  1. John says:

    Even before I clicked on the first news article about this, the first thought that popped into my head was: The Jews did it and they’re going to say Iran was behind it.

    That’s exactly what Nutbagyahoo did and of course the mythical suicide bomber addition came later. I wonder if these psychos are even aware of how predictable they have become? And are the low level Jews really that dumb to believe that Iran had anything to do with this? It’s either yes, they really are that dumb, or they’re acting.

    And Mel, those Glenn Beck pictures made me laugh hard.

  2. Chris says:

    Nine to five just sums it up.

  3. Barney says:

    This is obviously another false-flag LIE to be blamed on Iran, but did it even happen?

    The tel-aviv-sion can show images of literally anything nowadays, even things that are impossible, and convince the sheeple it’s real. They could show Elvis landing his flying saucer on the head of the Loch Ness monster if that was what they wanted us to believe.

    It’s on the box. I saw it with my own eyes. It MUST be true.

    This may come as a surprise to some people, but jews have been known to lie.

    • melgibstein says:

      The bomber was an Albanian Muslim from Detroit, Michigan. Bombing the Jewish smoking club in Bloomfield as a kamikaze bomber was too close.

      http://www.meetup.com/cigar-51/

      • Chris says:

        “Why…Jews are supporting Muz immigration into Europe?”

        Yes, “to break down white Europe”, and, more importantly for Kikes, to obliterate what’s left of Christian Europe.

        And yes, to stir up Muz-Christian Muz-Secular antagonism in Europe, so as to generate support for Kikestan-in-Palestine.

        Also to push for the “Muslim Reformation” they keep going on about, to make Islam “moderate” — i.e., non-Islamic — and “secular” — in the same way most of what passes for “Christian” in Europe today is “moderate” and “secular” … in other words non-Christian … Masonic in spirit … “multifaith” “respectful of all religious traditions and none”, etc, until all non-Kike faith/religion is just a variety of quaint cultural traditions and superstitions. So it’ll be taught from Turkey to Iceland that:

        “Muslims speak Arabic and Malay and so on, eat couscous, wear hats with no brims, sometimes walk around the streets in nightgowns like Wee Willie Winkie, pray 5 times a day as part of their ‘faith tradition’ habit, and the older ones have weird ideas about female honour and all that sort of stuff, which we must respect, even as we laugh at them; and Hindus pray to elephant gods, eat curry, and put funny dots on their foreheads sometimes; Wiccans were oppressed for centuries and believe in some sort of … whatever, it doesn’t matter, whatever they believe in must be respected; and so on, but they all pray to the same god(s), just like down at the Lodge, and all their ‘holy books’ are equally respectable and nonsensical, and it’s all just a big joke anyway.”

        Also so as to make it that there is eventually in general no majority population across Europe. So there will be pockets where Whites, Christians, Bavarians, Greeks, Muslims, etc will be in the majority; but overall, everywhere will be a big melange of races and religions and cultures, and there will always be a large minority population in every city, region or former nation.

        Also, Muz because they are the traditional enemies and invaders of Europes, are just at the borders and so are conveniently nearby. Just like the majority of migrants into the US are Mexicans, because it’s right there at the border. And yet White Americans are not encouraged to migrate into Canada, even though they live all along the border. Instead, Canada’s immigrant are mostly from East and South Asia.

        And Kikes have a special affinity with Muz.

        The Kike-Muz alliance is the most consistent over time, with Kikes assisting Muz invasions and occupations of Syria, Ehypt, Constantinople, Iberia, Armenia, The Balkans, etc. The current Kike-driven importation of Muz into Europe (including the RE-importation of Muz into Iberia, Siciliy and The Balkans) is just a continuation of a centuries-long kike-policy that has only been complicated by the Kike-State in Palestine project for less than a century.

        And Moham had a rabbi and kikess wives. And Muz love to boast on and on about how much they respect Kikes and have always treated them better than the “evil” “anti-Semitic” White Christians.

        And Islam is extremely Talmudic.

        http://whatdoyoubelieve.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-803.html#cm

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