Good News: Nazi Shamir, former IsraHell prime minister, dead at 96


Nazi Yitzhak Shamir, who served as zio-Nazi prime minister from 1986 to 1992, died Saturday at the age of 96.
He had been living in a nursing home in Tel Aviv and had Alzheimer’s disease for several years.
“Yitzhak Shamir belonged to the generation of giants that established the State of Israel and fought for the freedom of the Jewish people in its land,” Zio-Nazi  Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement. “Shamir personified loyalty to the Land of Israel and the eternal values of the Jewish people.”
Nazi Shamir was born Yizhak Yzernitzky in Ruzinoy, Poland in 1915. In 1935 he left Warsaw, where he was studying law, moved to Palestine and enrolled at the Hebrew University.
He joined Nazi Etzel, the Revisionist underground organization, in 1937, and in 1940 became a member of Nazi Avraham Stern’s Lehi, a more militant organization, where he became part of the leadership troika.
Nazi Shamir was arrested twice by the British during and immediately after World War II. Granted political asylum in France in 1947 after escaping from a British prison camp, he returned to Palestine in 1948 and resumed command of Nazi Lehi until it was disbanded following the establishment of the illegal Zio-Nazi regime.
Nazi Shamir joined Zio-Nazi security services in the mid-1950s and held senior positions in the Nazi Gestapo Mossad. He joined Nazi Menachem Begin’s opposition Zio-Nazi Herut party in 1970 and became a member of its executive. In 1973 he was elected a member of Zionist KKKnesset from the Zio-Nazi Likud party — a position he held for the next 23 years. In 1977, he became Speaker of the KKKnesset. In this capacity he presided over the historic appearance of Zio-Nazi puppet Anwar Sadat of Egypt in Zionist KKKnesset and the debate over ratifying the Camp David Accords with Egypt two years later.
Nazi Shamir served as foreign minister between 1980 and 1983. Among his achievements were closer ties with Washington.
Following Nazi Begin’s resignation in October 1983, Nazi Shamir became prime minister until the general elections in the fall of 1984. Those elections led to the formation of a Nazi national unity government based on a rotation agreement between Nazi Shamir and Labor leader Nazi Shimon Peres. Shamir served for six years as prime minister — from 1986 to 1992 — first heading a national unity government, and then as head of a narrow coalition government.
The October 1991 Middle East ‘Peace Conference’ in Madrid  inaugurated direct talks between Zio-Nazi regime  and the Arab zionist puppet regime’s  as well as multilateral regional talks.
After his party lost the 1992 elections, Nazi Shamir stepped down from the party leadership and in 1996 retired from the Zionist KKKnesset.

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