In latest Facebook post Yair Netanyahu seems to suggest space lizards and secret leaders of the Earth might be real, some might even be Jewish.

On the eve of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s visit to Latin America, his son, Yair Netanyahu, posted a meme depicting space lizards and Free Masons on Facebook — invoking antisemitic imagery.

Yair Netanyahu, who goes by Yair Hun on Facebook, grabbed the image from a Facebook page that uses crude — and often hateful — humor to combat the Israeli Left. The page incorporates Pepe the frog, who has become a symbol of the alt-right.

In one of the page’s posts, Pepe is shown making cookies of his own excrement, which he serves to a supporter of the Left-leaning Jewish movement “Zehut.”

In Yair Netanyahu’s post, Jewish-Hungarian millionaire George Soros is depicted holding a fishing rod with planet Earth on the hook as his bait. This captures the attention of a reptilian-like figure. In turn, the lizard holds up a fishing rod with the occult symbol of a triangle containing a square with a circle, which attracts a character that is meant to be a Free Mason, or Illuminati member of some sort.

That person holds up a fishing rod with cash on its hook, which catches the attention of former Israeli prime minister and noted Netanyahu-critic Ehud Barak.

Barak holds a fishing rod with a ballot for “Eretz Hadasha,” a political party that sought to rid Israeli politics of corruption and was headed by Eldad Yaniv. Yaniv is presented as being drawn to the ballot held by Barak, and is holding a fishing rod of his own — this one with a tray full of food.

To this new bait, a new character is attracted. Meni Naftali, the former caretaker of the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem, gazes at it intently. The whole image is titled “The Food Chain.”

David Icke, an English conspiracy theorist, is often pointed to as the creator of the concept that Earth’s human elite is not elected or determined by wealth or power, but is simply composed of lizards from outer space.

Eldad Yaniv worked as a political consultant for Barak for years, until the two of them parted ways. Yaniv often described his years as working behind the scenes of Israeli politics, and was uneasy with what he was doing, claiming that Israeli politics is tainted by a powerful relationship between big money and the people in power. He is very active in various protests and legal attempts to remove Prime Minister Netanyahu from office.

Molad: The Center for the Renewal of Israeli Democracy reportedly received 200,000 USD from the Open Society Foundations of George Soros.

Molad was the organization that recently published on Facebook a list of claims about the personal conduct of Yair Netanyahu that caused him to strike back against Molad and other sons of previous Israeli prime-ministers.

It is unclear at the moment whether the image was meant as some kind of joke, or if the son of the current leader of the state of Israel subscribes to antisemitic conspiracy theories.

On Twitter, Barak asked, “Is this what the boy hears at home? Is it genetics or his very own mental illness? No matter, at any rate, we should pay for his mental therapist and not his security detail and personal driver.”

‏Opposition leader Isaac Herzog responded to the Tweet by stating that, “Every Jew should feel revulsion and shame this cartoon, [in the style of] the pages of [Nazi newspaper] Der Stürmer, that came out of the home of the prime minister and embraced by antisemites. Delete it, apologize, speak out against it.”

David Duke, big-name white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader tweeted support for Yair Netanyahu.


N.W.T. needs to get ready for influx of Chinese tourists, says tour operator

As Canada gears up for the Canada-China Year of Tourism, the Northwest Territories might not have the resources to satisfy incoming tourists, says a tour operator based in Yellowknife.

The Canada-China Year of Tourism, which was announced in September 2016, is an agreement between the two countries to promote tourism and facilitate travel within one another in 2018.

According to a news release from the Prime Minister’s Office, in 2016 there were 610,000 tourists from China who spent an estimated $1.25 billion in Canada. The goal is to double the amount of Chinese tourists by 2021, with the help of the China-Canada Year of Tourism and Canada’s seven new visa application centres in China.

But Bobby Drygeese, the owner of B. Dene Adventures offering traditional Dene cultural programs, said the N.W.T. doesn’t offer many opportunities for tourists to participate in traditional Indigenous culture, which is one of the reasons they are coming to Yellowknife.

“I think the City and especially NWT Tourism need to push more for these programs, like individual companies like myself, [what] we do. They should be supporting more businesses,” he said.

NWT Tourism is a non-profit that’s contracted by the territorial government to market the territory and represents 200 tourism operators.

- Yellowknife welcomes more tourists from China 

Instant noodles and hot drinks

Liang Chen, who was born in Beijing and learns about tourism as part of his role as managing director of Northern Gateway Consulting Services, said Chinese travellers are experienced travellers and they will want to participate in the customs and culture of the North.

He said other ways to prepare for Chinese tourists are bringing in interpreters, making sure tour equipment is up to date and keeping in mind what Chinese people are used to.

“When a Chinese patron goes to eat at a restaurant, almost no Chinese [people] will drink ice water. They always expect something hot, a hot beverage. So, you know, just simple things like that,” he said.

Chen said a Chinese guest will probably prefer instant noodles as a gift, over chocolate and water.

Winfred Gatsi, who is the marketing director for Arctic Tours Canada, said the Yellowknife company is getting ready for Chinese tourists by hiring more Mandarin and Cantonese interpreters and learning more about Chinese culture.

He says that will make it easier for their guests to adapt in Canada, and learn Canadian practices. 

“It also helps us to learn how they do their own things and what they expect when they do visit our territory,” he said.  

Wally Schumann, the N.W.T. minister of Industry, Tourism and Infrastructure, said the government is preparing for the Canada-China Year of Tourism by placing emphasis on safety and making sure that every tour operator has a safety plan going forward.

He says he hopes that the Canada-China Year of Tourism will help the territory’s tourism industry bring in more than $207 million, which was one of the goals in the territory’s Tourism 2020 plan.

Yukon is also hoping for an increase in Chinese tourists. Around 3,500 Chinese citizens visit the Yukon every year and according to Tourism Yukon it’s a growing market with a lot of potential.

“China is the holy grail in a way, especially for North American provinces, territories and states that are on the West Coast. It is a massive market and so even a tenth of a percentage point of the market [is a] huge number of travellers,” said Robin Anderson of Tourism Yukon.

Tour operators in Yukon are also prepping for the potential influx. The Arctic Colour Lodge, which focuses on winter tourism, has seen increased interest from Chinese travellers and is catering to the market by offering tours in Mandarin. 

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anonymous asked:

Hello hello I love your writing omg. Can I request the OTBS guys reacting to the mc getting kidnapped and how they save her?? Thanks so much in advanced!!

OH I REALLY LIKE THIS ONE! Ok, so I decided to make it longer, focusing on one guy, so sorry if you don’t like him I just wanted this to be more detailed. If you would like another one please let me know! Picked randomly, enjoy!


MC x Minato

You were just going to an interview, so how did it get to this point? The growlers voice was getting louder and louder in his office as you and the guys crowded around, wondering what got him so wound up. Coming in and taking a seat on his orders, you all stared intently at him while he continued talking.

“And shes where?” He said, standing up.

“What do you mean she’s gone, who took her!?” He was screaming at this point. Running his free hand through his hair, it started to become ruffled.

He slammed the phone down and stared at the lot in front of him, wondering how to go about the news.

“Natsumi has been kidnapped.” He said bluntly, causing your heart to skip a beat.

“What!?” You yelled, bolting up from your chair. “Where is she I’ll kill tha-”

“No one knows Minato sit down!” Akiyoshi growled, causing you to sink into your chair, but the worry still lingered as he thought about you, scared and alone, wishing you would come save the day. But you were helplessly sitting at work.

“Someone took her during her interview with the Chinese diplomat this afternoon.” Akiyoshi said, sitting down as well and heaving a sigh, “No one knows where they took her.”

The tension in the room only grew as everyone else started asking questions, but they were muted to your ears as you took out your phone and dialed a number, ‘Please let that favor still be valid.’ You thought as you paced around the office, all eyes on you.

“..hello?” A voice rang out.

“Prime Minister, it is Minato Okouchi, is that favor still valid?”

Everyone’s eyes were still locked onto you, wondering how you had the prime minister’s number and what favor you were talking about.

“Yes it is, may I ask what for?”

“Natsumi Hijishimi, find her, please.” Was all he said as he hung up the phone and headed off the the residence.

Walking into the Prime Ministers office, he was grateful he overlooked that scandalous detail in an article he wrote two years ago in exchange for a favor, because he needed it right now.

“If the Chinese diplomat did kidnap her, this will be more than a hostage negotiation. She must have found out something an outsider shouldn’t have.” The prime minister spoke sternly. 

“I appreciate you helping out Mr. Prime Minister.” You said, bowing deep.

“Boy lift your head,” He said placing a hand on your shoulder, “Thank me when we find her.”

You took off with a team of body guards to the pinpointed location. Ending up at a abandoned warehouse and sneaking in, his eyes went wide when he saw you 

You were tied to a post off to the side of the room, blindfolded and handcuffed at your wrists and ankles. He could tell they touched you in ways he didn’t like, and anger consumed him as he started to go after you when another body guard pulled you back and reminded you he wanted you out of here alive.

Sighing, you waited for your que as the body guards started to attack the Chinese diplomat and his accomplices. 

Your eyes went wide at the sounds of gunshots and yelling when you felt hands pulling at your ropes, which caused you to stiffen. “I’m not removing the blindfold util we get out of here Natsumi.” A familiar voice rang in your ears.


“Surprised?” He joked, lifting you up and running out of the warehouse and into a safe car that brought you back to the Prime Ministers residence.

“Are you ok?” He asked worriedly as he scanned your body that was covered in bruises and cuts as you gave a wry smile. 

“Thank you Minato.” You said, the tears pouring out of your eyes as he held your trembling body close. “I was so scared.” You said, clutching his shirt, needing to be closer than you already were.

Once cleared to go home, and accompanied by a body guard which would watch you both for a couple days, Minato brought you to the bathroom where he cared for your body, washing the dried blood of your arms and legs and carefully over your bruises.

Drying you off and caring you to the bedroom, you didn’t mutter one word of complaint as he held you close in bed, both arms wrapped around you to ensure you were safe. 

“Thank you, thank you, thank you.” You kept repeating as he kissed you over and over.

“I’m so glad your safe.” He confessed, shaking to some extent himself. The thought of losing you, to something he couldn’t protect you from, killed him inside as he needed reassurance that you were there in his arms as well.

If any 3 people have the power to persuade the public to distrust the Harper Government, it is this trio.

Image 1: Rachel Notley. This woman is the future premier of Alberta. The NDP, a left of centre party swept Harper’s home province with a majority government win and ended 44 years of Progressive Conservative Rule. Alberta is also the province with the strongest federal support for the Conservative Party.

Image 2: Omar Khadr. The Harper government’s appeal of Omar Khadr’s bail failed, and he was finally released (on bail). Stephen Harper and his government continue to paint him as a as an unrepentant murderer and a terrorist, despite the fact that in a recent interview he came across as friendly, happy and polite. Khadr was imprisoned and tortured for 13 years in Guantanamo and other prisons, and was coerced to plead guilty to crimes (which the only proof they have is his coerced confessions). He was captured at 15 years old; a child soldier.

Image 3: Mike Duffy. Mike Duffy is at the centre of a massive spending scandal in the senate in which the senator was bribed by a top member of the Prime Ministers’ Office to quietly pay off his overspending bills. Harper claims he wasn’t aware of this going on. Which is a bit hard to believe considering how much of a control freak the PM is. Information coming out of his trial continue to paint Harper’s government in a bad light.

FYI The Mike Duffy trial begins this Tuesday

Depending on what is said and how the ruling goes, this could be a big deal. 

The Senate scandal involved numerous members of the prime ministers office and Duffy has a vendetta against Harper right now after he left him out to dry after the scandal broke.