Israel's $2 Billion Dollar Rail System Designed To Connect Small Remote Settlements In The West Bank This Is Billed To American And European taxpayers The Railroad Connects Remote Settlements To Jerusalem Jerusalem's $2 Billion Dollar Rail System The French company Veolia are biulding a $2 billion rail system for the Israeli authorities for a light rail transportation project in Jerusalem. The path of the light rail incorporates a number of Jewish settlements around East Jerusalem, built on stolen Palestinian land. It ensures the contiguity of these colonies with the central areas of the city and provides them with a vital transport link. ASN, the Dutch bank, holds shares in the French firm, Veolia, whose subsidiary Connex Israel holds about 5 percent of the CityPass consortium. The Route The project goes from Jerusalem to Maâaleh Adumim, a large Israeli settlement in the West Bank, and from settlements in the West Bankâs Jordan Valley. The light rail project plays a key role in sustaining the settlements and ensuring they become a permanent fixture upon Palestinian land. These Are Remote Settlements These Zionists are building a train that runs 50 miles through the Palestinian territories up to ten illegal Israeli settlements. And the largest of these settlements are 2,000 Jews. Who Lives There? The Israeli settlers are the undesirables of the Jewish society. When Poland flushed it's sewers the waste wound up on these hilltop settlements, and today's settlers are the result of close interbreeding. These settlements have 200 families, and 90% are on welfare. They sit on the hilltops and do nothing all day. Who Is Really Paying? Bush gave Israel the money to resettle the Jewish settlers from Gaza. Why Give This Garbage $2 Billion? You could build 100 state-of-the-art $20 million dollar high schools for Mississippi and Tennessee. Or that's 16,000 scholarships to a good university for American kids.