Sunday, September 05, 2010

Sunday, September 5, 2010

"The true cost of the Iraq war: $3 trillion and beyond"

Very, very very unusual:  "Paul Begala Calls Out Ari Fleischer for the Lies He Told That Got Us Into Iraq"

"Israeli spies wooing U.S. Muslims, sources say":
"The CIA took an internal poll not long ago about friendly foreign intelligence agencies.

The question, mostly directed to employees of the clandestine service branch, was: Which are the best allies among friendly spy services, in terms of liaison with the CIA, and which are the worst? In other words, who acts like, well, friends?

“Israel came in dead last,” a recently retired CIA official told me the other day.

Not only that, he added, throwing up his hands and rising from his chair, “the Israelis are number three, with China number one and Russia number two,” in terms of how aggressive they are in their operations on U.S. soil."

. . . a retired senior FBI counterintelligence official told SpyTalk, "They have always been extremely aggressive, and seem to feel they can operate whenever and wherever they want, in spite of being called on the carpet more than any other country by probably a factor of three times as often."

"Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin’s admission: Israel “expelled Arabs” across Palestine in 1948" - interesting argument:  Jews don't have the right to criticize other Jews for the land theft that is the settler movement because of all the land theft committed by Jews in 1948.

It is abundantly clear that the current spate of organized American Islamophobia is being funded by American Jewish Billionaires.

"It's not news that Simon Wiesenthal worked for Mossad"

"LA: Israeli charged with human-trafficking"

"Anti-Israel economic boycotts are gaining speed"

"Assange Is no Rapist - He Has Other Problems"  This is almost certainly a U. S. intelligence dirty trick.

"5 Jaw-Dropping Stories in Wikileaks' Archives Begging for National Attention"  The cluelessness of American military and intelligence 'experts' is what strikes me.

I forgot to mention that the fifth comment to the story of the assassinated Russian general links his death to the death of Alexander Pikayev:
"Alexander Pikayev, who died in June, is now being looked at as a possible homicide victim. He was a top Russian nuclear expert who encouraged dialogue with Iran, and some sites are speculating Israelis killed him because of his tolerance of Iran."
Incandescent (the truth is red)?:
"A top European official was accused of antisemitism tonight after declaring that there was little point in engaging in rational argument with Jews and suggesting that the latest Middle East peace talks were doomed because of the power of the Jewish lobby in Washington.

Karel De Gucht, the European commissioner for trade, and a former Belgian foreign minister, sparked outrage after voicing his scepticism about the prospects for the negotiations which opened in the US this week. He told a Belgian radio station that most Jews always believed they were right, and questioned the point of talking to them about the Middle East.

De Gucht, who negotiates for Europe on trade with the rest of the world, and is one of the most powerful officials in Brussels, was forced today to issue a statement declaring that the views he expressed were personal.

"Don't underestimate the opinion … of the average Jew outside Israel," he told the radio station. "There is indeed a belief – it's difficult to describe it otherwise – among most Jews that they are right. And a belief is something that's difficult to counter with rational arguments. And it's not so much whether these are religious Jews or not. Lay Jews also share the same belief that they are right. So it is not easy to have, even with moderate Jews, a rational discussion about what is actually happening in the Middle East."

Explaining why he thought the peace talks were probably doomed, he added: "Do not underestimate the Jewish lobby on Capitol Hill. That is the best organised lobby, you shouldn't underestimate the grip it has on American politics – no matter whether it's Republicans or Democrats."

Jewish leaders were incandescent."
"Cenk: The Political Line Has Moved so Far Right Reagan Couldn't Run as a Republican"  Richard Nixon might as well be Karl Marx.
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