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Spying is OK, Everybody Does It

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Only a few days after Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Obama went to Ray’s Hell Burger to bond and eat some dead animals, 10 Russian spies are arrested.

The alleged “deep-cover” spies are accused of working for the SVR, the Russian Federation version of the CIA. Mikhail Fradkov, director of the SVR, reports directly to Mr. Medvedev. {more}

Their job, according to the court papers in the case, was “to search and develop ties in policymaking circles” in the United States.

Each of the 10 was charged with conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison on conviction.

Federal law prohibits individuals from acting as agents of foreign governments within the United States without notifying the U.S. attorney general.{more}

Develop ties in  policymaking circles to influence policy, acting as agents of foreign governments? Now where have I heard about other groups seemingly doing the same thing.

Oh yeah, AIPAC.

If the FBI and the Justice Department are finally cracking down on these un-American foreign agent spies, then the arrest of hundreds of AIPAC foreign agents must be imminent.

Or maybe since the ‘antics’ of Israel are getting a little too hot and the talk about Israel’s history of spying in America is increasing, it’s time to show the public that they’re not the only spies in town.

Heck, those Russians may have been planning the next 9/11 and I bet they would have filmed/documented the event and danced and sang as they were doing it.

What’s the big deal? We don’t have spies in Moscow?

And what about that Israeli/American spy Jonathan Pollard? Isn’t he still locked up?

Might as well let him go. Just like all the Mossad agents picked up immediately after 9/11 were set free to go back home.

It’s just spying ….. everybody does it.

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NASA Mossad spy busted…"No wrongdoing by Israel"

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ABC news gave this story 10 seconds tonight. They had to hurry up and get to the ‘Balloon Boy’ diversion.

The spin starts early. The FBI is saying that there is ‘no wrongdoing by Israel?’ Just an out of control spy trying to make a buck on the side?

How much money do we as taxpayers give to Israel each year? How many wars are we fighting for them right now? How long before we bomb Iran for them?

How many other spies/Mossad agents have infiltrated the depths of the U.S. war machine?

Nothing new here. Only a continuation of Israeli spying and stealing. And is the FBI actually making an effort to root out the traitors or is this just some sort of psyops?

We’ll see…..

Stewart David Nozette, believed to be an Israeli intelligence officer, is charged with attempted spying for Israel.

U.S. scientist charged with attempted spying for Israel

WASHINGTON — A top scientist who once worked for the Pentagon and the U.S. space agency was arrested on Monday and charged with attempted spying for Israel, the Department of Justice said.

Stewart David Nozette, 52, was snagged by a sting, in which he was called by an undercover agent from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the department said, adding there was no wrongdoing by Israel.

He is charged with “attempted espionage for knowingly and willfully attempting to communicate, deliver, and transmit classified information relating to the national defence of the United States to an individual that Mr. Nozette believed to be an Israeli intelligence officer.”

The scientist, who was arrested in the Washington suburb of Chevy Chase, Md., and taken into custody, could make his first court appearance today on the charge, which carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.

“The conduct alleged in this complaint is serious and should serve as a warning to anyone who would consider compromising our nation’s secrets for profit,” said David Kris, assistant attorney general for national security.

Mr. Nozette developed an experiment that fueled the discovery of water on the south pole of the Moon, and previously held special security clearance at the Department of Energy on atomic materials.

In addition to stints with the National Aeronautics & Space Administration and the Energy department, he worked at the White House on the National Space Council during the presidency of George H.W. Bush in 1989 and 1990.

“From 1989 through 2006, Nozette held security clearances as high as top secret and had regular, frequent access to classified information and documents related to the U.S. national defence,” the Justice Department (DOJ) said.

In early September, the suspect received a phone call from a person “purporting to be an Israeli intelligence officer, but who was in fact an undercover employee of the FBI,” the DOJ said.

“Nozette met with the UCE [undercover employee] that day and discussed his willingness to work for Israeli intelligence,” informing the agent “he had, in the past, held top security clearances and had access to U.S. satellite information.”

At a meeting in a Washington hotel, the scientist claimed although he no longer had legal access to any classified information at a U.S. government facility, he could, nonetheless, recall the classified information to which he had been granted access, indicating it was all still in his head.

At the conclusion of this meeting, he allegedly informed the UCE, “Well I should tell you my first need is that they should figure out how to pay me … they don’t expect me to do this for free.”

He also asked for an Israeli passport.

Court documents also show he was very interested in the amount of money he would be receive and when he could expect to get his first payment. He specified he preferred to receive cash amounts under $10,000 so he didn’t have to report it.

Over the next several weeks, Mr. Nozette and the undercover agent exchanged envelopes of money for answers to lists of questions about U.S. satellite technology.

“In addition, Mr. Nozette allegedly offered to reveal additional classified information that directly concerned nuclear weaponry, military spacecraft or satellites, and other major weapons systems,” DOJ said.

FBI agents retrieved a manila envelope he left in a designated location this month that “contained information classified as both top secret and secret that concerned U.S. satellites, early warning systems, means of defense or retaliation against large-scale attack, communications intelligence information, and major elements of defence strategy.”

This was not Mr. Nozelle’s first attempt to sell out his country, Bloomberg News reported.

From November 1998 through January 2008, he worked as a technical consultant for an aerospace company that was owned by the government of Israel.

Once a month, representatives of the company proposed questions to the scientist that he answered in return for payments totaling about US $225,000, according to a criminal complaint.

Dean Boyd, a Justice Department spokesman, declined to name the company.

Source: Agence France-Presse via National Post

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What Did the Moon Scientist Spy Tell the Israelis” Some Clues

Oct 19 2009

There’s nothing like a good, diverting spy scandal. The FBI today arrested an eminent space scientist, Stewart David Nozette, and charged him with espionage. He allegedly agreed to sell information about American nuclear weapons to an operative of Israel’s Mossad — only the agent turned out to be an uncover FBI agent. Nozette was the principal investigator on the NASA team that discovered water on the moon. But he spent years as a top scientist at the Department of Energy, where he specialized in satellite technology. From the FBI release, it’s hard to figure out what he might have given the Israelis and what he tried to sell to the undercover agent. But his resume provides a clue.

Take it as a given that Israel’s nuclear weapons stockpile and its half dozen nuclear facilities in the country are targets for U.S. espionage — be it from the the SIGINT satellites tasked by the National Security Agency to the imagery satelittes run by the National Reconaissance Office. At the Pentagon’s Ballistic Missile Defense Agency, Nozette ran a program that focused on dual-use nuclear compliance monitoring satellites. The Clementine satellite that discovered water on the moon was, before it was used by civilian scientists, a platform for a sohpisticated nuclear compliance sensor. Among the technologies that Clementine validated was a capacity to peer beneath the ground — one of the ways that hidden water was discovered.
No doubt that Nozette would be in a good position to know how easily it is for U.S. technologies to pierce the veil of Israel’s secret nuke program.
Nozette had a “Q” clearance from the Department of Energy, which gave him access to data about nuclear weapons themselves, which might have been of interest to the Israelis. More generally, though, since Israel has nuclear weapons, its espionage efforts are probably more directed towards figuring out what the U.S. knows about them, how the U.S. monitors, say, Israeli launch preparation sites, and who the U.S. shares this data with.
During the Reagan administration, Nozette was a special assistant to the Strategic Defense Initiative “Star Wars” program’s Office of Survivability, Lethality and Key Technologies. {source}

The Israeli media also says “no wrongdoing by Israel,” so it must be true…..

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The complaint, unsealed Monday, does not allege that the government of Israel or anyone acting on its behalf violated U.S. law.

When a Spy is Not a Spy

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Only when they are lobbyists for Israel. It’s just business as usual in the infestation called Washington DC. And just in time for the AIPAC gathering of more spies, influence buyers and blackmailers.

https://i0.wp.com/multimedia.jta.org/images/multimedia/rosen-and-weissman/bad_m.jpg The Jewish traitors will walk.

Charges dropped against AIPAC lobbyists

US federal prosecutors move to dismiss espionage charges against former pro-Israel lobbyists Steven Rosen, Keith Weissman, say decision due to unlikelihood of conviction.

Federal prosecutors moved Friday to dismiss espionage-related charges against two former pro-Israel lobbyists accused of disclosing classified defense information, ending a tortuous inside-the-Beltway legal battle rife with national security intrigue.

Critics of the prosecution of Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee had accused the federal government of trying to criminalize the sort of back-channel discussions between government officials, lobbyists and reporters that are commonplace in the nation’s capital. AIPAC is an influential pro-Israel lobbying group.

Acting US Attorney Dana Boente said the government moved to dismiss the charges in the drawn-out case after concluding that pretrial rulings would make it too difficult for the government to prove its case.

US District Judge T.S. Ellis III had made several legal rulings that prosecutors worried would make it almost impossible to obtain a guilty verdict. Among them was a requirement that the government would have to prove that Rosen and Weissman intended to harm the United States by trading in sensitive national defense information.

The trial had been scheduled to start June 2 in a case that has dragged on for four years.

Rosen and Weissman had not been charged with actual espionage, although the charges did fall under provisions of the 1917 Espionage Act, a rarely used World War I-era law that had never before been applied to lobbyists.

A former Defense Department official, Lawrence A. Franklin, previously pleaded guilty to providing Rosen and Weissman classified defense information and was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison.

Over prosecutors’ objections, Rosen and Weissman previously won the right to subpoena former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and other top Bush administration officials in the case. The defense believed their testimony would support the claim that the United States regularly uses AIPAC to send back-channel communications to Israel.

The indictment had alleged that Rosen and Weissman conspired to obtain and then disclosed classified information on US policy toward Iran, as well as information on the al-Qaeda terror network and the bombing of the Khobar Towers dormitory in Saudi Arabia, which killed 19 US Air Force personnel.

It will be up to Ellis to formally dismiss the charges, but it would be highly unlikely that he would refuse the government’s request for dismissal.

source: ynet


https://i0.wp.com/www.ynetnews.com/PicServer2/01082004/644501/VALJ106_a.jpg Larry Franklin

Did you ever think it would turn out otherwise?

Too bad for Larry Franklin, the government agent who conspired with them. He’s already been sentenced to 12 years in the slammer. Of course, he’s not Jewish, so he’s not allowed to betray our country and get away with it.

from James Edwards

Now I’ve Seen Everything

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by Justin Raimondo…antiwar.com

Of course there’s nothing all that unusual about a spy going to work for a Washington thinktank. Ex-CIA employees do it all the time: so do all sorts of other spooks, who would otherwise be haunting the world’s darkest corners. No big deal. But what I’ve never seen, and don’t recall ever hearing about, is the spectacle of a spy for a foreign country being hired by any organization that hopes to influence U.S. foreign policy. Well, here’s one for the record books: the Middle East Forum has hired Steve Rosen, once the head of policy development for the America Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). Rosen is accused of stealing highly classified information from the U.S. government and passing it on to Israeli government officials.

Rosen was the sparkplug of AIPAC, known for implementing – with notable success – the powerful lobbying group’s efforts to influence the executive branch. The very effective modus operandi of this behind-the-scenes wheeler dealer was summed up by his reported comment that:

“A lobby is like a night flower. It thrives in the dark and dies in the sun.”

Slinking about in the shadows, Rosen and his sidekick Keith Weissman – an Iran expert – cultivated one Larry Franklin, the Pentagon policy department’s top Iran analyst, and pried top secret intelligence from him, including information on al Qaeda, the Khobar Towers terrorist attack, and Iranian armaments. Before the FBI descended on him, Franklin had been passing information to the AIPAC espionage team for over a year, planning to advance his career using the influential lobby as his sponsor: he hoped for a spot on Bush’s National Security Council. In return, he gave his handlers access to some of America’s most closely guarded secrets. When FBI agents finally paid him a visit, he led them to a treasure trove of stolen top secret dossiers kept in his Alexandria,0 Virginia home – a veritable library of classified information, 83 documents in all, spanning three decades.

The arrest was prefigured by two FBI raids on AIPAC headquarters in Washington: federal law enforcement descended on the building early in the morning, without warning, surrounded the place and carted away loads of evidence. Four AIPAC officials were handed subpoenas.

Franklin pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 12 years in a federal prison and a $10,000 fine, agreeing to testify for the prosecution. Rosen and Weissman pleaded innocent, and their top-flight lawyers have kept pretrial maneuvering ongoing for four years this past August. Their very effective method: greymail. Apparently, the purloined information is so sensitive that it cannot be revealed without compromising America’s national security interests in a major way: the defense has delayed the trial by insisting that all this information be discussed in open court, or else the defendants will not be able to get a fair hearing.

What is amazing about this case isn’t just the long delay in the legal proceedings, but the brazenness of the accused: they openly proclaim their guilt – that is, they admit to the actions detailed in the indictment – while maintaining that they did absolutely nothing wrong. Spying? Who – us? Why, we were just exercising our “First Amendment rights” like any journalist out to get a scoop.

With one big difference, though: legitimate journalists don’t report their findings – classified sensitive purloined information – to the intelligence agencies of foreign nations.

The contempt the defendants and their lawyers have for the very concept of American national security permeates this case like a bad smell, and is enough to make any patriot – heck, any ordinary American – sick to his or her stomach. To give some further indication of the unsavory flavor of this case, I’ll only note the latest wrinkle: in a recent court session, defense lawyers argued that the information their clients are accused of stealing was already known to the Israelis. This has been another of what I call the “chutzpah defense” mounted by Rosen and Weissman’s legal team: the Israelis don’t need to steal our secrets, they aver, because they already know everything worth knowing anyway. As Josh Gerstein, a former writer for the now-permanently-set New York Sun, puts it on his blog:

“Both sides in the case seemed to agree that if information came from Israel, even if it passed through U.S. Government hands, it could not be a basis for the charges against Rosen and Weissman. That seemed puzzling, since the mere fact that information came from a foreign government is usually a good enough reason to get it classified.”

The government has gone easy on the AIPAC defendants, and their former employers. An apparent attempt was made by some in the Justice Department to indict not only Rosen and Weissman, but AIPAC itself. This was quashed by the chief prosecutor, Paul J. McNulty – who has since gone on to graze in greener pastures – and the case was limited from the outset: only Franklin, Rosen, and Weissman were charged.

As Grant F. Smith shows in his recent book, AIPAC’s organizational forerunner as Israel’s Capitol Hill amen corner – the AZC, American Zionist Council – was financed almost entirely by overseas sources, i.e. Israel, and yet was not required to register as an agent of a foreign government. Particularly fascinating is his original research into the findings of Senator J. William Fulbright, remembered today as an acerbic critic of the Vietnam war, who investigated and uncovered financial conduits running from Israeli government agencies to AIPAC in its AZC incarnation.

Everybody knows AIPAC is indeed an agent of a foreign government, i.e. the Israelis. What most don’t know, however, is that, unlike all others, it is exempt from complying with the Foreign Agents Registration Act. This immunity – the legal genesis of which Grant traces in his fascinating account – created an opening for the Israeli government and its various overseas agencies to act with impunity within our borders. This includes not just advocacy, but also providing the organizational mask behind which intelligence-burglars like Rosen, Weissman, and god-knows-who-else are hiding.

AIPAC quickly threw Rosen and Weissman overboard, the apparent price for avoiding a wider prosecution, and Rosen’s quest to reemerge found limited sympathy on his old stomping grounds, the Washington policy wonk circuit. The Forward reports:

“Rosen has been looking for his way back to the foreign policy scene for a long while, but he found that in most cases, doors of think tanks and advisory groups were closed. “They’d pat me on my back and say it is not fair, but there are only a few that agree to stand up,” Rosen said, praising the Middle East Forum for ‘having the courage’ to reach out to him.”

While the presumption of innocence is obligatory in a narrow legal sense, one has only to read the indictment to see that Rosen and Weissman not only stole classified information, but knew perfectly well they were breaking the law, and went to great pains to avoid detection. At one point, the indictment has the defendants shifting meeting locations three times, going from restaurant to restaurant in the clear knowledge that they were likely being followed. Document exchanges were avoided: Franklin briefed his handlers verbally. Recordings of these conversations are the core of the government’s case, and their substance is highly sensitive. Wrangling over what to play in open court has delayed the trial for four years. In playing for time, the defense is hoping that the incoming administration will rein in the Justice Department and quash the case, and there is good reason to suspect that this is true.

In any case, what kind of a public policy organization would hire Rosen, in hopes of influencing U.S. foreign policy? The Middle East Forum is a hate-the-Muslims “educational” organization, run by Daniel Pipes. Pipes and his pals have followed the time-honored traditions of smear artists everywhere in maintaining an academic blacklist, “Campus Watch,” which keeps tabs on college professors deemed insufficiently friendly to Israeli government policies. Pipes believes a “substantial” number of American Muslims are plotting to overthrow the government and establish an Islamist theocracy in America, and that this represents a real threat: it’s all downhill from there. In one of his recent screeds, Pipes attacks Barack Obama for his supposed “links” to … Sirhan Sirhan, Robert F. Kennedy’s assassin. Yikes.

M. J. Rosenberg, blogging at Talking Points Memo, asks: “Are these people crazy?” and concludes they’re “crazy/irrelevant rather than crazy/dangerous,” and yet Rosen wielded enormous influence in Washington, at one point. Jeffrey Goldberg, over at the New Yorker, relates a conversation with Rosen:

“He pushed a napkin across the table. ‘You see this napkin?’ he said. ‘In twenty-four hours, we could have the signatures of seventy senators on this napkin.'”

Rosen may have personally fallen on hard times, having to take up with a loony like Pipes, but one has to remember that the organizational framework that spawned his treason is not only alive and well – but it could still deliver those 70 senatorial signatures on a napkin with the greatest of ease.

Crazy, yes – and dangerous, too.

~ Justin Raimondo
Source: http://www.antiwar.com/justin/?articleid=13819

House hides Israeli telecom spying

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The French intelligence website reported that detained Israeli “art students” and “moving company workers,” strangely released by U.S. authorities after the worst attack on American soil in history were actually “employed by tech companies, military special forces, intelligence officers, explosive ordinance/combat engineers, electronic intercept operators and the son of an Israeli army general.” ( IntelligenceOnline.com Paris, France )

House hides Israeli telecom spying, permits ‘classified’ FISA evidence

House ‘classified annex’ provision added to FISA bill ‘Report on Bush Surveillance Program’ effectively allows retroactive lawsuit immunity for Israeli wiretapping espionage technology used by federal agents in 50 states & U.S. Capitol.

105 Democrats join 188 Republicans to disregard evidence of Israeli spying on American hard-line, cell phone, fax, instant message and email accounts prior to September 11 attacks to present. Senate debates FISA retroactive telecom amnesty this week, could connect Israel to foreign telecom spying documented by French intelligence, Fox News.

Did a House member cover up Israeli bomb threat while Director of Navy anti terrorism?

by Tom Flocco

Washington—July 8, 2008—TomFlocco.com—According to Fox News, “virtually all records and billing in the U.S. are done for the telephone companies by Amdocs Ltd., an Israeli-based private telecommunication company, contracting with the 25 biggest phone companies in America, and more worldwide,” said Fox chief political correspondent Carl Cameron in a four-part series—the video and transcript content of which were removed from Fox’s website after both were preserved by internet sources.

This week the Senate will consider the House version of the new Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) bill, “President Bush’s Surveillance Program,” and retroactive telephone company immunity from civil and/or criminal lawsuits for past compliance with presidential directives to eavesdrop on electronic communications of American citizens without a warrant.

The House option permits a “classified annex,” effectively allowing the Inspector General’s (IG) report on Mr. Bush’s spy program to conceal evidence confirmed by France’s Intelligence Online that “Israeli espionage agents, electronic communication intercept operators and military explosive ordinance/combat engineers,” detained immediately after the 9/11 attacks and quickly deported to Israel by Bush Attorney General John Ashcroft, were linked to an Amdocs, Ltd. employee who reportedly posted bail for at least one of the Israeli military operatives.

A congressional contract permitted Israel’s Foxcom/Mobile Access to recently install cell-phone systems in the U.S. Capitol building—yet House members have not explained why they are placing their own communications at risk of espionage, given the astonishing evidence.

Fox News also reported that two Israelis were arrested after 9/11 with TNT and RDX plastic explosives residue in their truck and on the driver’s body at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station and then released after a Navy intelligence investigation of the terrorist threat at the same time when Pennsylvania Congressman Joseph Sestak was then Director of Navy anti-terrorism.

“It is virtually impossible [for any U.S. citizen] to make a call on normal phones without generating an (Israel-based) Amdocs record of it,” said Fox’s Carl Cameron in part I of his special investigation of Israeli spying in America before and after the September 11 attacks, the congressional cover-up of which could still reach network news via civil actions and/or criminal prosecutions if the Senate balks at retroactive immunity and a “classified” annex.

In Part II of Fox’s now-spiked series, Brit Hume said “we have learned about an Israeli-based private communications company for whom a half-dozen of those 60 detained suspects worked. American investigators fear information generated by this firm may have fallen into the wrong hands and had the effect of impeding the 9/11 terror inquiry.”

FRENCH INTELLIGENCE CONFIRMS FOX NEWS SPY EVIDENCE

After U.S. denials of Cameron’s now purged-from-the-internet Israeli spy series, Intelligence Online editor Guillaume Dasquie threatened to post a sensitive 61-page Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) task-force report online [the same report Cameron referenced], revealing “The document we have in our possession details not only the identities of the members of this network, but also their activities in the Israeli army—even their serial numbers in the intelligence services, their passport numbers and their validity, and their visas and their validity.”

This raises questions as to why respected Paris editor Dasquie was not invited to testify publicly before the House Armed Services Committee, and whether legislators are more intimidated by predictable anti-Semitism charges than protecting U.S. citizens from foreign espionage and Bush agents’ eavesdropping. [click here to view the roll-call vote of House Republicans and Democrats who supported obstruction of evidence of Israeli telecom espionage linked to President Bush’s unconstitutional spy program. Does your legislator support concealment loopholes?]

“…defend against all enemies, foreign and domestic”
TomFlocco.com was informed about the House Inspector General’s secrecy option by Rep. Joseph Sestak (D-PA-7) who said “the IG review will be an especially important vehicle for reporting to Congress on the facts of the President’s [surveillance] program, as well as to the public, to the extent classification permits.”—as to the need for state secrecy—from Sestak’s five-page letter to this writer in response to our call.

Sestak’s GOP opponent in his November House race, W. Craig Williams, may have questions to ask the Delaware County, Pennsylvania Democrat as to new strategies employed regarding the outcome of a top-secret navy intelligence terrorist bombing probe involving Israelis at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station eight months after 9/11 at the time when Sestak was “the first Director of ‘Deep Blue,’ the Navy’s anti-terrorism unit where he worked to establish new strategies for the Navy to fight the Global War on Terror,” according to his congressional website—http://sestak.house.gov/biography.shtml .

The naval intelligence investigation of the Israeli bombing suspects, reported by Fox News on 5/13/2002 OR http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,52681,00.html [miraculously still online] involved two illegal Israeli nationals who said they were “moving van” operators “delivering furniture,” and found with TNT and RDX plastic explosives residue in their truck and on the driver’s body immediately next to Whidbey Island Naval Air Station (NAS) in Washington state on 5/7/2002.

Carl Cameron said “sources tell Fox News that in 1999 [end of Clinton presidency], the super secret National Security Agency (NSA) headquartered in northern Maryland, issued what’s called a Top Secret Sensitive Compartmentalized Information report (TS/SCI), warning that records of calls in the U.S. were getting into foreign hands, in Israel, in particular.”

Sestak’s letter to this writer contained concerning his stance on FISA no mention of Israeli telecommunications espionage links to the bill or terrorist explosive evidence related to the Navy intelligence terrorism probe of Whidbey Island NAS’s Israeli bombing threat—which would likely have been the subject of a briefing involving the Navy anti-terrorism unit under Sestak’s command or the probe under his direction, since his area of authority concerning terrorist bomb threats at Navy installations was in fact, Navy anti terrorism.

Whidbey Island NAS was just one of several instances linking Israel to telecom spying, compromised drug enforcement investigations and/or military espionage and bombing threats—even White House espionage—which should under normal circumstances scream for serious probes and/or prosecution calls by House Armed Services Committee members such as Congressman Sestak—given his military background. Here are more examples:

House Homeland Security and Armed Services Committee members failed to explain why Israel’s Odigo computer instant messaging company said two of its workers received messages two hours before September 11 that the attacks would happen—according to the online edition of Haaretz Newspapers in Israel.

A WHOIS database search revealed that Comverse (also Verint Systems) subsidiary company Odigo was located at 40 Ramland Road, Orangeburg, NY 10962 with headquarters in Herzliya, Israel, domain listed as ODIGO.COM and with administrative contact and address as Yarnyaron.rapaport@comverse.com / Comverse Corp., 11 Broadway Suite 365, New York, NY 10004—a few blocks from the World Trade Center

In Part III of his Fox series, Cameron revealed that “Comverse Infosys (Verint), a subsidiary of an Israeli-run private telecommunication firm, with offices throughout the U.S…provides the wiretapping equipment for law enforcement use” by such agencies as the FBI, Secret Service, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and local or state police.

President Clinton confirmed in the Kenneth Starr report on Whitewater that he informed his White House consort Monica Lewinsky that their phone-sex conversations had been recorded, after which he ordered the FBI to cease hunting for an Israeli mole known to be operating inside the White House itself.

Government agencies and House members knew about Israel’s thorough espionage penetration before 9/11 since Fox News and France’s Intelligence Online said federal investigators had documented concerns over compromised telecom communications systems—specifically involving Israel—throughout America before Mr. Bush assumed office in January, 2001—seven months before the World Trade Center attacks.

Rep. Sestak’s letter assures that “there will be accountability if abuses are found to have occurred,” but the new FISA legislation requires the Attorney General to certify that Mr. Bush—who may ultimately be adjudicated a co-conspirator to unconstitutional wiretapping—ordered telephone company eavesdropping to save America from terrorists, after which some 40 civil suits are required to be dismissed subject to District Court review and plaintiff-filed briefs, notwithstanding links to foreign telecom espionage which may or may not have already been introduced in court.

WHERE’S THE BEEF AT WHIDBEY ISLAND NAVAL AIR STATION?
“A Budget truck was pulled over in Oak Harbor, Washington on 5/7/2002 near the Whidbey Island Naval Air Station and found to have traces of TNT explosives on the gearshift and traces of RDX plastic explosive on the steering wheel,” according to Carl Cameron in a separate Fox report still not removed from the internet, adding that “traces of explosives were also found on one the truck’s two occupants.”

“Government officials said the May 7, 2002 roadside stop was so close to the naval air station that military personnel took part in the initial arrest and naval intelligence has also been involved in the subsequent investigation,” but more importantly, “documents read to Fox News indicate that both driver and passenger were Israeli nationals…delivering furniture from California…a bomb-sniffing dog first detected explosives on the two Israelis…(and) high-tech equipment was used later to confirm the presence of TNT and RDX plastic explosives,” according to Cameron.

This raises questions as to why Sestak—Director of the Navy’s anti terrorism unit at the time—never went public during his congressional campaign regarding how he handled strong evidence of a terrorist bomb threat at one of his Naval air stations by two Israelis on American soil, one of whom “had not entered the country legally” while “the other was in violation of his visa,” according to Carl Cameron of Fox News.

Sestak could have promulgated his military qualifications and expertise handling a key terrorist bombing threat to the U.S. homeland while also using the incident to highlight the travesty of illegal immigration involving two Israeli military operatives likely intent on bombing Whidbey NAS who passed through America’s porous borders—i.e. these were not illegal Mexicans, both issues of which are still lost on the part of his GOP opponent Craig Williams—who supports the Bush spy program, espionage ties notwithstanding.

Sestak had to have been intimately involved with the Navy’s May, 2002 terrorist bombing probe since Congressman Sestak was Director of Navy Anti-Terrorism at that time; but incredibly, “Both (Israelis) were taken into custody for immigration violations,” however, “officials said no other charges have been filed against the driver and passenger,” said Cameron.

Instead of publicly challenging Sestak to discuss the Whidbey Island NAS bombing investigation and its curious outcome, Sestak’s GOP opponent Williams is “bashing Sestak for passing this version of the [FISA] bill and caving to Republican demands,” while also gloating that “we were right from the beginning,” according to Delaware County Daily Times reporter Alex Rose who is closely following the race.

While this writer has had a cordial relationship—via several in-person and mail contacts—as a constituent of Congressman Sestak since his election, these issues reported by Fox News and leaked by U.S. intelligence agents need to be explained since his opponent will not ask the questions.

We began to internally consider why our series of reports on Dr. Stephen Cambone’s explosive notes [via Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)] of his discussions with Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld during the September 11 attacks were politely ignored by Rep. Sestak after his August 16, 2007 town meeting, attended by 200 constituents at Swarthmore College—another issue that his opponent should be addressing as to why Rep. Sestak did not call for House Armed Services hearings on the contents of Dr. Cambone’s staggering 9/11 notes while the attacks were in progress—given his Navy anti-terrorism background.

Local Delaware County voters in Pennsylvania’s 7th District may not have much of a choice, since Craig Williams was likely briefed on Israeli espionage and military terrorist threats himself while serving as a legal adviser to two former chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Peter Pace and [9/11] Gen. Richard Myers—Did Williams advise Myers to keep quiet about 9/11?

Curiously, Air Force General Richard Myers remained in then-Georgia Senator Max Cleland’s office until the September 11 attacks were over and all four planes had crashed—despite being told the U.S. was under air attack, and instead of directing the air defense of his country as the nation’s top U.S. general—a little-known fact not lost on the part of impartial career federal prosecutors waiting until Mr. Bush leaves office.

The post-Bush White House and military accountability factor involving 9/11 and Iraq alone raises immeasurably Mr. Bush’s need for someone to attack Iran or facilitate a biological event in order to temporarily suspend the U.S. Constitution’s civil protections, leading to a form of martial law to silence and/or remove dissenters so Mr. Bush can save us from terrorists.

Congressional compliance with foreign espionage is a symptom which continues toward November, raising questions whether Americans will continue to tolerate a self-serving, two-party Congress that fails to exercise its sworn duty to protect the citizenry from electronic eavesdropping—foreign and domestic, bombers, assassins, illegal immigrants draining taxpayer services and Federal Reserve currency counterfeiters who are destroying our economy and way of life by “injecting liquidity” into the U.S. banking system which debases the value of our work and savings.

Candidates who swear to uphold the rule of law by seeking prosecution of public officials who have committed crimes against America should be the only ones worthy of the public’s vote—for America has endured 28 years of Bush-Clinton crime family control, Mafia-style operatives attired in expensive business suits.)


Associated Press (AP) reports of French daily Le Monde’s full coverage of the Israeli spy network in the U.S. were almost immediately spiked by AP editors not called by Congress to testify why they dropped such an important story when it concerns all Americans.

U.S. intelligence sources had revealed to Le Monde that the special cell phones had a certain walkie-talkie feature that was “virtually impossible to intercept” by U.S. authorities.

The Oklahoman newspaper reported that four Israelis selling artwork while carrying military IDs were detained near Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, while Le Monde in Paris revealed that six detained “students” had cell phones purchased by an Israeli vice consul in the U.S., proving further that the state of Israel was assisting in alleged espionage.

Dasquie told American Free Press (AFP) in March, 2002 that “he had acquired solid evidence of the authenticity of the DEA report and could reveal new evidence to counter Justice Department claims that there had been ‘no case of Israeli espionage.’ ”

AFP added that Dasquie said the Israeli spy ring was “examined at the highest levels of the Bush administration, and that “on March 10, 2002 Intelligence Online was informed by a Justice Department official that the DEA report had been handed over to the Department’s Joint Terrorism Task Force, and that same day at a DEA press conference, Asa Hutchinson, the DEA head, said that he had passed the document along to ‘other agencies’ working on the matter.”

The French intelligence website reported that detained Israeli “art students” and “moving company workers,” strangely released by U.S. authorities after the worst attack on American soil in history were actually “employed by tech companies, military special forces, intelligence officers, explosive ordinance/combat engineers, electronic intercept operators and the son of an Israeli army general.”

The evidence raises serious questions as to how the French government was able to report strong evidence of Israeli espionage in America, yet the FBI, CIA, NSA, Justice Department and the White House were unable to identify the spies while denying the existence of Israeli espionage despite a multi-billion dollar budget and the finest equipment and training.

Guillaume Dasquie reported that the Israeli operatives were living close to Arabs in San Diego, Little Rock, Irving, Texas and in South Florida where 10 of the 19 September 11 “hijackers” lived, speculating that the Israelis had advanced knowledge of the attacks but had not passed on the critical intelligence to the Bush administration who would likely spend blood and treasure to retaliate against Muslim terrorists—notwithstanding a little war profiteering on the side.

BRITISH AND JEWISH-AMERICAN PRESS ALSO CONFIRM ISRAELI SPYING

AFP quoted the March 15, 2002 issue of the Forward, a respected Jewish newspaper in America, which said “Despite angry denials by Israel and its American supporters, reports that Israel was conducting spying activities in the U.S. may have a grain of truth, the Forward has learned,” with assuredness that “both French and Fox reports were dismissed by Israel and its supporters, and received limited coverage in the American media.” [AP story on Le Monde spy reports was spiked & Cameron’s four-part series was removed from FoxNews.com.]

British intelligence & military analysis publication Jane’s Information Group reported on the absence of coverage in the American media on the “explosive story of the huge network of Israeli spies that made headlines around the world…reports of Israeli ‘art students’ calling on DEA employees across the country began as early as 2000 and continued through June, 2001,” according to AFP.

The independent AFP said “What is not clear is what the ring of more than 120 agents was up to and why some Israelis linked to the attacks in New York and Washington, DC were allowed to flee or were sent back to Israel after 9/11 on visa violations, rather than being charged and prosecuted.

According to other reports, alleged lead “hijacker” Mohammed Atta lived at 3389 Sheridan St. in Hollywood, Florida while a team of Israeli operatives lived a few blocks away at 4220 Sheridan.

In perhaps an even more controversial issue, convicted and imprisoned former Ohio GOP House member Bob Ney, then-chairman of the House Administration Committee, approved a 2002 license for an Israeli telecommunications company to install equipment to improve cell phone reception in the U.S. Capitol building and adjacent House office buildings where all legislative and many military decisions are debated.

The company was then Foxcom Wireless, an Israeli start-up firm, which has moved its headquarters from Jerusalem to Vienna, Virginia while changing its name to MobileAccess Networks, paid convicted and now imprisoned Republican operative Jack Abramoff $280,000 for lobbying fees and donated $50,000 to Abramoff’s Capital Athletic Foundation, a non-profit entity Abramoff used to redistribute money for personal and political gain according to reports.

House Democrats have not made public the documents Rep. Ney signed in agreeing to contract Israeli Foxcom which would shed light on whether the selection process was neutral, raising serious questions as to why one foreign country controls so many parts of the United States telecommunications network,technical, law enforcement and billing systems and whether Israeli espionage also penetrates congressional communications in addition to the average citizen.

Cameron said that “Fox News has learned that some American terrorist investigators fear certain suspects in the 9/11 attacks may have managed to stay ahead of them by knowing who and when investigators are calling on the telephone. How? By obtaining and analyzing data that’s generated every time someone in the U.S. makes a call.”

In Part III, Cameron revealed that “according to another briefing, the U.S. relies too much on foreign companies like Israeli Amdocs for high-tech equipment and software. Many factors have led to increased dependence on code developed overseas.”

Explaining the strength of U.S. espionage penetration by Amdocs, Cameron added that “we buy rather than train or develop solutions. Fox News has documents [not subpoenaed or publicly probed by Congress or the Justice Department] of a 1997 drug trafficking case in Los Angeles, in which telephone information, the type that Israeli Amdocs collects, was used to ‘completely compromise the communications of the FBI, Secret Service, Drug Enforcement Agency and the Los Angeles Police Department.’ ”

One U.S. law enforcement official told AFP, “The higher-ups don’t want to deal with this and neither does the FBI because it involves Israel,” while also revealing that the DEA report mentioned earlier found that “several military bases also had experienced unauthorized entries by Israelis, including two bases from which Stealth aircraft and other secret military units operate.”

“Unauthorized photographing of military sites and civilian industrial complexes such as petroleum-storage facilities was also reported,” according to the DEA report accessed by Fox News, French Intelligence Online and American Free Press.

According to all three, the DEA document “contains, in great detail, ‘scores of encounters’ between federal agents and Israeli agents posing as art students.”

According to AFP reporter Christopher Bollyn—who was beaten by government agents in front of his own home in Chicago while his wife and child watched helplessly, and who has since fled the U.S. to Europe for his family’s safety—the “seemingly innocuous [art student] cover was used to gain access to sensitive U.S. offices and military installations such as MacDill AFB in March 2001 and Tinker AFB in Oklahoma City one month later, where a ‘special alert’ was issued because of the aggressive Israeli agents.”

Horrified Americans must wonder where the people’s Representatives are; but it gets worse.

“Tinker houses AWACS surveillance planes and repairs B-1 bombers,” said Bollyn, adding, “The Oklahoman, prompted by the French revelations, recently reported that around May, 2001, four Israeli agents carrying military IDs were detained at Tinker AFB,” raising more questions about congressional espionage compliance.

“The proposed FISA deal is not a compromise; it is a capitulation,” said Wisconsin Democratic Senator Russ Feingold, an uncompromising, constitutionalist Jewish-American and the only senator who voted against the Patriot Act in 2001—but who has a difficult FISA week ahead.

“The House and Senate should not be taking up this (FISA) bill, which effectively guarantees immunity for telecom companies alleged to have participated in the President’s illegal program, and which fails to protect the privacy of law abiding Americans at home,” said Feingold, a patriot who places his country ahead of his heritage.

PLACING FOREIGN INTERESTS AHEAD OF U.S. CITIZENS

The Department of Homeland Security surveillance activities included more than the previously admitted “Terrorist Surveillance Program (TSP),” which President Bush conceded was an ongoing program targeting Americans to intercept their international phone calls and emails without acquiring court approval according to December, 2005 news reports.

The House failure thus far to hold telephone company officials, Mr. Bush and his operatives liable for criminal prosecution for violating constitutional protections against spying could partially explain why Barack Obama is not leading John McCain by 25% in the polls instead of single digits—given current harsh economic conditions and Israeli threats to attack Iran, both favorable to Democrat chances—raising the possibility that Americans will consider an alternative to Obama or McCain in November with four announced candidates so far.

105 House Democrats joined 188 GOP members–all but one House Republican—in a 293-129 vote (13 members including GOP constitutionalist Ron Paul declined to take a stand by not voting!) to obstruct meritorious evidence of Israeli spying on American citizens which would likely be exposed except for amnesty from courtroom prosecution. [click here to view the roll call vote of House Republicans and Democrats who supported obstruction of evidence of Israeli telecom espionage linked to President Bush’s unconstitutional spy program. Does your legislator support concealment loopholes]

Carl Cameron told Fox News host Brit Hume about Israeli Amdocs “widespread data mining techniques and algorithms…combining both the properties of the customer (e.g., credit rating) and properties of the specific ‘behavior,’ specific behavior such as who the customers (U.S. citizens) are calling.”

Curiously however, the House bill authorizes an oversight provision, referring to the “President’s Surveillance Program,” also revealing that the TSP is just one part, confirming that much more unilateral surveillance of citizens occurred than Mr. Bush or his lawyers have ever admitted—something many reporters have written about and many Americans have suspected.

House legislators can potentially be subjected to Israeli surveillance-acquired blackmail “control files” tied to off-shore financial or real estate bribery, adultery, pedophilia and/or Israeli-American activist retaliation charging hate crimes or anti-Semitist racism toward legislators to acquire prosecution amnesty for prior Bush telecom spying activities linked to Israel and the 9/11 attacks.

293 House members voted not to commit “career suicide,” voting to support President Bush’s illegal wiretapping of Americans, holding Mr. Bush and telecommunication companies safe and harmless from criminal prosecution for as yet publicly undisclosed Israeli-abetted surveillance of U.S. citizens.

Former Florida Democrat Senator Bob Graham, chairman of the Senate Committee on Intelligence, said during a 12/2/2002 PBS NewsHour interview, “I think there is very compelling evidence that at least some of the (September 11) terrorists were assisted not just in financing—although that was part of it—by a sovereign foreign government…It will become public at some point when it’s turned over to the archives, but that’s 20 or 30 years from now.”

FOX NEWS EXPLAINS HOW ISRAEL SPIES ON AMERICANS

According to Fox’s Carl Cameron and Brit Hume, “U.S. counterintelligence analysts say (Israeli Amdocs) could be used to spy through the phone system. Fox News has learned that the NSA has held numerous classified conferences to warn the FBI and CIA how Amdocs records could be used.”

“Another (NSA) briefing document said, ‘It has become increasingly apparent that systems and networks are vulnerable. Such crimes always involve unauthorized persons, or persons who exceed their authorization…citing on exploitable vulnerabilities,’ ” said Cameron in part II of his series.

“Comverse Infosys (now Verint), a subsidiary of an Israeli-run private telecom firm…provides wiretapping equipment for law enforcement,” said Cameron in Part III, adding, “Every time you make a call, it passes through the nation’s elaborate network of switchers and routers run by the phone companies.”

The complete story was confirmed via information gleaned from the 2002 DEA “Report on Israeli Spies in the US,” posted in several news reports: “At the same time, American intelligence services were increasingly worried by the dominance of many highly sensitive areas of telecommunications by Israeli companies.”

“Comverse Infosys (now called Verint) provides U.S. lawmen with computer equipment for wiretapping. Speculation is that ‘catch gates’ in the system allowed listeners to be listened to. Software made by another Israeli outfit, Amdocs, provided extensive records of virtually all calls placed by the 25 largest U.S. telephone companies. The relationship of those companies to the detained Israelis is detailed in the 60-page document.”

“The DEA’s intense interest in the case stems from its 1997 purchase of $25 million in interception equipment from Israeli companies, according to a March 14, 2002 report by Intelligence Online, a website based in Paris that first revealed the existence of the 60-page document,” according to John Sugg, an Atlanta online journalist.

“Custom computers and software made by companies like Comverse are tied into that network to intercept, record and store the wiretapped calls, and at the same time transmit them to investigators (spying on American citizens),” said Cameron, also reporting, “manufacturers have continuing access to the computers so they can service them and keep them free of glitches—all authorized by the 1994 Communication Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA).”

House members on both sides of the aisle are reportedly so intimidated that they have not sought prosecution of those known to be listening in on phone calls and monitoring faxes and email according to reports quoting law enforcement personnel.

Cameron revealed that officials were warned after 9/11, reporting that “Fox News has learned that then Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller were both warned on 10/18/2001 in a hand-delivered letter from 15 local, state and national law enforcement officials, who complained that ‘law enforcement’s current electronic surveillance capabilities are less effective today than they were at the time CALEA was enacted.”

Importantly, Cameron added that “the complaint about this (CALEA) system is that the wiretap computer programs made by (Israel’s) Comverse have, in effect, a back door through which wiretaps themselves can be intercepted by unauthorized parties.”

Cameron also told Brit Hume that “adding to the suspicions is the fact that in Israel, Comverse works closely with the Israeli government, and under special programs, gets reimbursed for up to 50% of its research and development costs by the Israeli Ministry of Industry and Trade.”

Cameron also indicated that officials are intimidated, reporting that “investigators within the DEA, INS and FBI have all told Fox News that to pursue or even suggest Israeli spying through Comverse/Verint is considered career suicide,” another failure by House members intimidated themselves—so much so that Israeli interests are more important to their careers than U.S. voters. [click here to view the roll-call vote of House Republicans and Democrats who supported obstruction of evidence of Israelitelecom espionage linked to President Bush’s unconstitutional spy program. Does your legislator support concealment loopholes?]

FBI TURF WAR OVER EVIDENCE IMPLIED TREASON ON SEPTEMBER 11

Tragically, Fox reported uninvestigated obstruction of justice in that “sources said while various FBI inquiries into Comverse/Verint have been conducted over the years, they’ve been halted before the actual equipment has ever been thoroughly tested for leaks,” indicating that successful espionage probes prior to September 11 may have prevented the attacks—revelations which could still lead to potential presidential and congressional accountability.

According to Cameron, “A 1999 Federal Communications Commission document indicates several government agencies expressed deep concerns that too many unauthorized non-law enforcement personnel can access the wiretap system; and that the FBI’s own nondescript office in Chantilly, VA that actually oversees the CALEA wiretapping program, is among the most agitated about the threat.”

It is not known whether citizen plaintiffs have included government officials in their lawsuits, given evidence of seemingly intentional actions implying obstruction of justice or worse.

Fox News added, “There is a bitter turf war internally at FBI. The FBI’s office in Quantico, VA has jurisdiction over awarding contracts and buying intercept equipment. For years, they’ve thrown much of the business to Israel/Comverse. A handful of former U.S. law enforcement officials involved in awarding Comverse/Verint government contracts over the years now work for the company.”

Incredibly, Cameron reported in Part IV of his Fox series that “numerous sources say some of those individuals were asked to leave government service under what knowledgeable sources call [secret] ‘troublesome circumstances’ that remain [for how long?] under ‘administrative review’ [career suicide?] within the Justice Department.”

Fox News added that “what troubles investigators most, particularly in New York, in the counter-terrorism investigation of the World Trade Center attacks, is that on a number of cases, suspects that they had sought to wiretap and survey [officials within the Bush administration or Israeli operatives?] immediately changed their telecommunications processes. They started acting much differently as soon as those supposedly secret wiretaps went into place.”

Cameron actually confirmed that Mr. Bush and Congress knew about Israeli spying: “Beyond the 60 apprehended or detained, and many deported since 9/11/2001, another group of 140 Israeli individuals have been arrested and detained in this year [2002] in what government documents describe as ‘an organized intelligence gathering operation,’ designed to ‘penetrate government facilities.’ ”

Recently, America’s pro-Israel lobby, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, cited an increase of U.S. aid to Israel from $2.38 billion to $2.55 billion dollars in fiscal year 2009 while American levees break, bridges tumble down, homes foreclose, gas nears $5.00, and war with recession plague a U.S. dollar that’s not worth the paper it’s printed on, compliments of legalized Federal Reserve currency counterfeiting and debasement. [Adding “liquidity” to the banking system]

So the House and Senate reward a foreign nation able to listen in on U.S. phone calls using undetectable wire-tapping devices built into the phone system software technology while using the information gleaned from American calls to blackmail or compromise legislators and U.S. citizens into any action it desires.

This, while foreign and domestic spying is tolerated, condoned, covered up and rewarded by U.S. legislators sworn to protect and defend the Constitution from enemies, foreign and domestic, the American people none the wiser.

Mary Schneider contributed additional research for this report.

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Will A Wing Of The G.W. Bush Library Be Purchased For The Pardon Of Jonathon Pollard?

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‘Twas the night before Presidential Inauguration,
when all through the White House
Not a creature was stirring, except a Zionist mouse;
The stockings were hung by the chimney full of cash and with care,
In hopes a Bush Pardon for Pollard would be there;

Hey lets not wait until G.W. pardons Jonathon Pollard, lets go ahead and be outraged now. In the last pardon go around the intelligence community got so hot about Pollard’s possible release that President Clinton had to cave in the final moments, electing instead to pardon international Zionist gun runner and financial criminal Marc Rich. In exchange, Clinton received contributions for his Presidential library and some cash to finance Hillary’s senate campaign. This President as we know doesn’t care about his intelligence services. That’s why he had no problem outing a CIA agent involved in, of all things, monitoring the Iranian nuclear program. He ignored their advice that Iraq posed no significant threat to America and instead allowed the Zionist infested Office of Special Plans to run wild in his administration. In all likelihood he will also ignore the National Intelligence Estimate on Iran and follow Israel into another disaster that may ultimately bring America to its knees.
The pardon of Jonathon Pollard will of course send the message to young Zionists everywhere that it is okay to betray your country. In fact, we have come to expect it from you. But here is another idea, lets leave Pollard in the federal prison in Butner. And while we’re at it, why don’t we round up the members of the Office of Special Plans and try them for treason also. Lets give Jonathon some company. And lets keep the ball rolling. Lets round up W, Cheney, Rumsfeld and the rest. Instead of a Presidential library, lets build a Presidential prison. We must make it large enough to accommodate many of our Congressmen and women as well. I’ll even make a contribution.

Israeli Embassy Installs Drive Through Windows For Drop off of U.S. Government Secrets

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Friday, June 20, 2008

In response to complaints from American Zionists that they are tired of getting out of their cars to drop off pilfered Government documents and other classified information, the Israeli Ambassador announced today that drive though lanes are under construction at the Washington Embassy. A treason night deposit box will also be available for Zionists who can’t get to the Embassy during normal working hours. For those Zionists betraying America that still prefer the personal touch however, Ambassador Ayalon stated the Embassy’s revolving door of treason will remain operational. A window for corporate espionage will likely be added soon Ayalon said. Justice Department employees were afraid to comment.

See also…Is It Too Late To Execute Jonathon Pollard?

If Israel Bombed Pearl Harbor…Would The American Media Report It?

I know what you are thinking. The Apartheid State had not even been stolen when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Now LWB is going to tell us Mossad had a drop box next door to Tojo Hideki’s residence when the attack was being planned in Japan. Or the employees of of Dominick Suter’s Grandpa were perched on a mountain top overlooking Pearl Harbor waiting for the attacks to begin on 12/7. Of course this is not what I am saying. It would take a few more years before Mossad and Israel were spawned. During this time the Zio-Bolsheviks had just begun plotting their escape from the Soviet Union. Most of course had been Joseph Stalin’s henchmen in his many murderous enterprises. Millions of Russians perished in those enterprises. Unpopular with their fellow Russians because of their murderous activities, these Zio-Bolsheviks recognized it was time to skedaddle. Israel of course would be their escape vehicle and ultimate destination.

In America, the future Apartheid State’s agents were also busy ratcheting up efforts to involve America in the war against the abomination of Adolf Hitler. Hitlers rise to power of course made possible because of Zionist treachery in World War I. (The old we’ll bring America into the war if Britain will give us Palestine after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire carrot…a.k.a. the Balfour Declaration). Zionist involvement in the Versailles treaty after the war and the collapse of the German banking system would not be forgiven by those angry mean spirited Nazis. We all know what happened next.
After World War II, the land theft and ethnic cleansing would begin in Palestine in earnest. The record of responsibility for these crimes would however evade the pages of our history books, which were written and published largely by Zionists. These Eastern European pretenders were destined to perpetuate one of the greatest frauds of our time. This fraud made possible by Israel’s Zionist supporters in America and throughout the world.
But now lets return to my question. If Israel Bombed Pearl Harbor…Would The American Media Report It? In order to respond to this question I would consider the following maps. These maps show the addresses of 9/11 hijackers/terrorist(in red) and the Mossad spies/terrorists who kept tabs on them(in green). The first map shows residences in New Jersey and the second map, in Florida. The maps were created by Gerald Shea and were submitted to the 9/11 commission with his report. The Shea memorandum perhaps the most important document the commission could have considered, was not considered, because it was submitted a few weeks after a dead line established. The commission was apparently a stickler for dead lines. So if you have information concerning the complicity of a foreign power in 9/11, don’t even waste your time submitting it, if you can’t get it to our Government on time. The absolute treachery that these maps would indicate was reported by a single newspaper in the United States, The Philadelphia Times Herald. It was here that Christopher Ketcham would discover the article that would provide the basis for his Counterpunch expose. In addition, Fox News of all places would create a courageous and informative series on Israeli spying. Fox’s journalistic gonads would shrivel and retreat quickly however, after an onslaught of emails from Zionist treason monkeys, shortly thereafter. The report would quickly disappear from its web site. No other major media outlets would report this treachery or Zionist efforts to sweep it under the carpet in the United States. It is my theory that this is because many of our media news casters, writers, producers, management and ownership are traitors to the United States of America and that their true loyalties reside in Israel (dual loyalties my butt). The remainder of the same group are not necessarily loyal to Israel, they are simply cowards without integrity. They are afraid to lose their jobs by speaking the truth. Their standard of living and success more important to them than their loyalty to their country. A sad state of affairs. If Israel Bombed Pearl Harbor…Would The American MediaReport It? Well…No.

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