Archive | August 2nd, 2012

Obama authorizes secret support for Syrian rebels

A Free Syrian Army member aims his weapon after hearing shooting in Aleppo July 29, 2012. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)


President Barack Obama has signed a secret order authorizing U.S. support for rebels seeking to depose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government, sources familiar with the matter said.

Obama’s order, approved earlier this year and known as an intelligence “finding,” broadly permits the CIA and other U.S. agencies to provide support that could help the rebels oust Assad.

This and other developments signal a shift toward growing, albeit still circumscribed, support for Assad’s armed opponents – a shift that intensified following last month’s failure of the U.N. Security Council to agree on tougher sanctions against the Damascus government.

The White House is for now apparently stopping short of giving the rebels lethal weapons, even as some U.S. allies do just that.

But U.S. and European officials have said that there have been noticeable improvements in the coherence and effectiveness of Syrian rebel groups in the past few weeks. That represents a significant change in assessments of the rebels by Western officials, who previously characterized Assad’s opponents as a disorganized, almost chaotic, rabble.

Precisely when Obama signed the secret intelligence authorization, an action not previously reported, could not be determined.

The full extent of clandestine support that agencies like the CIA might be providing also is unclear.

White House spokesman Tommy Vietor declined comment.


A U.S. government source acknowledged that under provisions of the presidential finding, the United States was collaborating with a secret command center operated by Turkey and its allies.

Last week, Reuters reported that, along with Saudi Arabia and Qatar, Turkey had established a secret base near the Syrian border to help direct vital military and communications support to Assad’s opponents.

This “nerve center” is in Adana, a city in southern Turkey about 60 miles from the Syrian border, which is also home to Incirlik, a U.S. air base where U.S. military and intelligence agencies maintain a substantial presence.

Turkey’s moderate Islamist government has been demanding Assad’s departure with growing vehemence. Turkish authorities are said by current and former U.S. government officials to be increasingly involved in providing Syrian rebels with training and possibly equipment.

European government sources said wealthy families in Saudi Arabia and Qatar were providing significant financing to the rebels. Senior officials of the Saudi and Qatari governments have publicly called for Assad’s departure.

On Tuesday, NBC News reported that the Free Syrian Army had obtained nearly two dozen surface-to-air missiles, weapons that could be used against Assad’s helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft. Syrian government armed forces have employed such air power more extensively in recent days.

NBC said the shoulder-fired missiles, also known as MANPADs, had been delivered to the rebels via Turkey.

On Wednesday, however, Bassam al-Dada, a political adviser to the Free Syrian Army, denied the NBC report, telling the Arabic-language TV network Al-Arabiya that the group had “not obtained any such weapons at all.” U.S. government sources said they could not confirm the MANPADs deliveries, but could not rule them out either.

Current and former U.S. and European officials previously said that weapons supplies, which were being organized and financed by Qatar and Saudi Arabia, were largely limited to guns and a limited number of anti-tank weapons, such as bazookas.

Indications are that U.S. agencies have not been involved in providing weapons to Assad’s opponents. In order to do so, Obama would have to approve a supplement, known as a “memorandum of notification, to his initial broad intelligence finding.

Further such memoranda would have to be signed by Obama to authorize other specific clandestine operations to support Syrian rebels.

Reuters first reported last week that the White House had crafted a directive authorizing greater U.S. covert assistance to Syrian rebels. It was unclear at that time whether Obama had signed it.


Separately from the president’s secret order, the Obama administration has stated publicly that it is providing some backing for Assad’s opponents.

The State Department said on Wednesday the U.S. government had set aside a total of $25 million for “non-lethal” assistance to the Syrian opposition. A U.S. official said that was mostly for communications equipment, including encrypted radios.

The State Department also says the United States has set aside $64 million in humanitarian assistance for the Syrian people, including contributions to the World Food Program, the International Committee of the Red Cross and other aid agencies.

Also on Wednesday, the U.S. Treasury confirmed it had granted authorization to the Syrian Support Group, Washington representative of one of the most active rebel factions, the Free Syrian Army, to conduct financial transactions on the rebel group’s behalf. The authorization was first reported on Friday by Al-Monitor, a Middle East news and commentary website.

Last year, when rebels began organizing themselves to challenge the rule of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, Obama also signed an initial “finding” broadly authorizing secret U.S. backing for them. But the president moved cautiously in authorizing specific measures to support them.

Some U.S. lawmakers, such as Republican Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham, have criticized Obama for moving too slowly to assist the rebels and have suggested the U.S. government become directly involved in arming Assad’s opponents.

Other lawmakers have suggested caution, saying too little is known about the many rebel groups.

Recent news reports from the region have suggested that the influence and numbers of Islamist militants, some of them connected to al Qaeda or its affiliates, have been growing among Assad’s opponents.

U.S. and European officials say that, so far, intelligence agencies do not believe the militants’ role in the anti-Assad opposition is dominant.

While U.S. and allied government experts believe that the Syrian rebels have been making some progress against Assad’s forces lately, most believe the conflict is nowhere near resolution, and could go on for years.

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MEK remains on U.S. blacklist

The U.S. State Department’s annual report on terrorism, issued on July 31, again listed Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization

(MKO, a.k.a. MEK and PMOI) as a foreign terrorist organization.

On Tuesday, the U.S. State Department released its congressionally mandated Country Report on Terrorism, which provides an overview of terrorist activities in the previous year, while it still bears the name of the Mujahedin-e Khalq.

In 1997, when the U.S. Department of State first established the FTO list, MEK was placed on the blacklist since it has engaged in terrorism against six U.S. military personnel and civilians working in Iran during the 1970s.

Although the terrorist group claims to have renounced terrorism in 2003, but a 2004 FBI report states that a “Los Angeles investigation has determined that the MEK is currently actively involved in planning and executing acts of terrorism.”

MEK terrorist group also belongs to the Specially Designated Nationals (SDN), a publication of OFAC which lists individuals and organizations with whom United States persons are prohibited from doing business.

Earlier in June, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) published the Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List while the name of the terrorist MEK group was there for 9 consecutive years.

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U.S. bids to resettle MKO in IsraHell

Sources say that terrorist MKO group’s leader, Maryam Rajavi, along with other high ranking members of the terrorist

group had a meeting earlier last week to explore ways to convince the European countries to accept the members of the

terrorist group who are being held at Camp Ashraf and Liberty.

According to a report published by Habilian Foundation website, Arabic language Nahrain News Agency quoted informed sources as saying that the grouplet leadership contacted the U.S. embassy staff (suspected CIA agents) to help them find a new place for their resettlement.

“The United States is trying to persuade some European countries, including Bulgaria and Romania to take in some of the elements of the terrorist MKO group,” the sources added.

The sources disclosed that Maryam Rajavi has demanded the embassy of Zionist regime in Paris to accept a number of MKO elements in the Israeli-occupied territories; however, Tel Aviv has so far shown no reaction to it.

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Iran, al-Qaida, Taliban told to pay $6B for 9/11


NEW YORK (AP) — A federal magistrate judge says al-Qaida, the Taliban and Iran should pay $6 billion to relatives of Sept. 11 victims for aiding in the 2001 terror attacks.

The magistrate’s recommendation is largely symbolic since it would be nearly impossible to collect any damages.

Last year, Judge George Daniels signed a default judgment on the lawsuit brought by family members of 47 victims. He found al-Qaida, the Taliban and Iran liable and asked the magistrate to determine damages.But plaintiff Ellen Saracini tells the Daily News that she is happy about Manhattan Federal Magistrate Judge Frank Maas’ recommendation Monday. Her husband, Victor, was the captain of one of the planes that struck the World Trade Center.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (ah-muh-DEE’-neh-zhahd) has denied any Iranian connection in the attacks.

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Inside Syria: Aleppo’s Christians Arm Against Islamists


Global Post

As evidence mounts that foreign Islamists are fighting alongside Syria’s increasingly radicalized rebels, Christians in Aleppo and elsewhere are taking up arms, often supplied by the regime.

“We saw what happened to the Christians in Iraq,” Abu George, a Christian resident of Aleppo’s Aziza district told GlobalPost. “What is going on in Aleppo is not a popular revolution for democracy and freedom. The fighters of the so-called Free Syrian Army are radical Sunnis who want to establish an Islamic state.”

While the 30-year-old shopkeeper said he had not received any direct threats from Syria’s Sunni Muslim rebels, he fears a repeat of Iraq’s sectarian bloodletting.

Since the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq, the UN Human Rights Council estimates around half of Iraq’s 1.4 million Christians have fled the country, driven out by nearly a decade of church bombings, kidnappings and sectarian murder.

The plight of Christians in Iraq has long worried Syria’s estimated two million Christians, around 10 percent of the population. The nightmare of similar persecution has led them to support the secular regime of President Bashar al-Assad, which presents itself as a defender of minorities.

With Syria now gripped by civil war and the Assad regime fighting for its survival, however, Christians like Abu George fear retribution, already occuring in some parts of the country, from the Sunni-led rebels they refused to back.

In Qseir, a town of some 60,000 people southwest of Homs, which has been under siege by regime forces for at least seven months, mosques recently rang out with the call for all Christians, who numbered around 10,000, to leave.

The breakdown of inter-communal relations in Qseir stems from both rising fundamentalism among Sunni fighters and the widespread belief that Christians had been collaborating with the Assad regime.

Just 10 miles from the border with Lebanon, Qseir Sunni fighters are increasingly radicalized. Some openly identify themselves as mujahadeen fighting for an Islamic Caliphate rather than simply the overthrow of the Assad dictatorship.

“We fight to raise the word of God,” said Abu Salem, a 29-year-old Syrian from Qseir, recuperating recently in the no-man’s-land border between Lebanon’s northern Bekaa Valley and Syria.

As shells exploded less than a mile away, the former cement mixer showed photos on his mobile phone of Osama Bin Laden and the latest videos from Al Nusra Front, the little known jihadi group that has claimed responsibility for many of the biggest bombings to hit Damascus since January.

“After the regime is toppled this will be the first stone in building the Islamic Caliphate and Syria must adopt Islamic law,” he said.

The skinny fighter said his group, the Mujahedeen Brigade, was led by a Syrian who fought against US troops in Iraq’s Fallujah. Abu Salem said he received money from Syrian expatriates in the Gulf and that it came with the greeting that is commonly used by ultra-conservative Salafists.

While Abu Salem’s claims were impossible to verify, there is little doubt that Qseir’s Sunni fighters have grown increasingly radicalized over the past six months.

Abu Ali, a military intelligence officer who defected to the rebels and was first profiled by GlobalPost last November, and then again in a video published in March, now leads Qseir’s Wadi Brigade, one of the town’s largest and strongest rebel groups.

Interviewed regularly over Skype over the last six months, Abu Ali has expressed increasingly fundamentalist and intolerant views. He once called for foreign military assistance. But now he says that if international forces join the fight against Assad, “they would be the ones we target, even before the regime.”

Injured by shrapnel at least twice since joining the fight in Qseir last December, Abu Ali has grown a thick beard. Increasingly conservative, he criticized a Muslim reporter for smoking during a Skype call, citing the current period as a time of “holy war.”

Abu Ali said he supported the call for Christians to leave Qseir, accusing them of collaborating with the regime.

In interviews with more than a dozen Qseir residents, a Wall Street Journal reporter recently discovered a vicious cycle of murder and kidnap between Sunni and Christian families, triggered by claims that Christians were acting as regime spies. Almost all Qseir’s Christians have now fled, with many taking shelter in makeshift tents in the northern Bekaa valley.

“I used to work as a legal consultant, but now I live like a beggar here in Lebanon,” said a woman who gave her name as Marta and who said her husband had been kidnapped. She said her home in Qseir had been taken over by rebels and destroyed.

Abu George, from Aleppo, said officials from the ruling Baath Party had offered prominent Christians in Aziza and other Christian-majority areas of Aleppo “AKs and pistols” late

last year. The weapons, they were told, were to protect themselves against the “armed gangs” the regime claimed to be fighting.

For the first year of Syria’s uprising, Aleppo remained largely untouched by the mass protests seen in opposition strongholds like Homs and Hama.


Today, however, Abu George sees the regime’s control over Aleppo as slipping, directly threatening his community.

“The armed fighters took over the Midan police station, very close to the Christian quarters. There are no police there now, so how can we live? We see on TV armed young men with beards shouting, ‘God is great!’ and calling for jihad. We have the right to defend ourselves.”

The exact number of Christians in Aleppo, a city of three million people, is not known but estimates vary between 100,000 and 250,000.

Like Abu George, Abu Omar al-Halaby was a shopkeeper who has taken up arms. But Abu Omar is a Sunni, a fighter with the Brigade of Unification, one of the largest rebel groups holed up in Aleppo’s Salah Adeen quarter.

Speaking to GlobalPost, Abu Omar said his unit had deliberately not deployed in Christian areas in order not to inflame communal tensions. “We are very concerned for civilians and have been working to get people out and to safety,” he said.

Abu Omar said he wanted the right “to go to a mosque, have a long beard and practice my Islamic duties freely” and said much of his motivation to fight stemmed from the religious persecution he saw his father suffer under Hafez al-Assad, Syria’s former dictator.

“My father was arrested for 15 years just because someone who hated him wrote a report to the security services, accusing him of being a member of the (banned) Muslim Brotherhood,” he said.

“He was not, but he was a religious man who spent time at the mosque. A piece of paper took him away from us. Three months after he was released from prison, he died.”

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CHUTZPAH! UN General Assembly to ask Assad to step down


Arab countries pushed ahead Wednesday with a symbolic U.N. General Assembly resolution that tells Syrian President Bashar Assad to resign and turn over power to a transitional government. It also demands that the Syrian army stop its shelling and helicopter attacks and withdraw to its barracks. A vote is set for Friday morning.

The draft resolution circulated up through Wednesday takes a swipe at Russia and China by “deploring the Security Council failure” to act. Moscow and Beijing have used their veto in the smaller, more powerful Council three times to kill resolutions that could have opened the door to sanctions on Syria.

While the 193-member General Assembly has no legal mechanism for enforcing a resolution, an overwhelming vote can carry moral and symbolic power. Voting is by simple majority, and there is no veto.

The U.N. reported a significant escalation in Syria’s civil war Wednesday, with the military using warplanes to fire on opposition fighters in the 12-day battle for Aleppo.

The General Assembly draft resolution, written by Saudi Arabia and lobbied for by Egypt and Bahrain, is an attempt to get around the stalemate in the Security Council.

“What’s important here is that a meeting of the General Assembly on this topic would be an expression of the frustration felt in the international community at large about what’s happening in Syria and the inability of the international community, so far, to be able to help bring an end to the violence that everybody wishes to see,” said Martin Nesirky, spokesman for Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

France, which took over the Security Council presidency for the month of August on Wednesday, has called for a foreign minister-level meeting of the Security Council to address the Syria crisis. It was not clear what that could accomplish.

U.N. officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to be quoted, said the Arab countries might be ready to weaken some provisions of the draft resolution to guarantee a larger majority vote. The last General Assembly resolution on Syria had 137 votes in favor.

A Council diplomat, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly, said the Arab sponsors of the resolution had decided to make some “tweaks” in the text after receiving reaction from other delegations Wednesday, and were working to build the majority.

The resolution condemns the increasing Syrian military reliance on heavy weapons, including tanks and helicopters, and the “failure to withdraw its troops and heavy weapons to their barracks” in line with a set of proposals by U.N.-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan, the former U.N. secretary-general who has been trying to mediate the crisis.

The resolution backs Annan’s demand that “the first step in the cessation of violence has to be made by the Syrian authorities.”

Reacting to Syria’s recent confirmation that it has chemical weapons and its announcement that it would use them on any invaders, the General Assembly “demands that the Syrian authorities refrain from using, or transferring to non-State actors, any chemical and biological weapons, or any related material.”

A vote had been set for Thursday morning but was postponed until Friday morning, the General Assembly spokeswoman’s office announced late Wednesday

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Nations must unite against world’s hegemonic Zionism: Ahmadinejad



The Zionist regime (Israel) is both the symbol of Zionism in the world and a tool to reinforce the dominance of arrogant powers in the region and across the globe.”

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has underscored the need for a united global front to deal with ‘the inhumane’ hegemony of Zionism, embodied in Israel.

“The Zionist regime (Israel) is both the symbol of Zionism in the world and a tool to reinforce the dominance of arrogant powers in the region and across the globe,” President Ahmadinejad said in a meeting with a group of ambassadors from Muslim countries to Tehran on Wednesday.

A glance at the present situation in the world, particularly in the Muslim and regional states such as Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, Syria and Turkey, shows that all nations are affected by the arrogant system’s plots, added the president, emphasizing that the existing form of global management has failed humanity and its principles.

The Iranian chief executive stated that more than 1,200 billion dollars are annually spent in the world to build weapons and stressed that the use of weapons is tantamount to crime, occupation, killing and bullying.

Ahmadinejad said that a ‘dreadful Zionist current’ has been managing the key international affairs over the past 400 years and “behind the scene of the world’s main powers, media, monetary and banking centers.”

He noted that people around the world have the right to enjoy justice, respect and freedom with no discrimination and exception, urging all freedom-seeking and justice-seeking nations to adopt a measure to rout the epitome of the Zionist hegemony, with the final purpose of establishing justice and freedom across the globe.

The Iranian president further warned against the enemies’ plots to cause religious and ethnic clashes among Muslims and reiterated that there are no hostilities among Muslim nations per se.

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France: Pig heads placed at entrance to mosques


Worshipers find two pig heads at entrance to mosques in French town of Montauban where Islamist gunman killed two paratroopers in March


Muslims attending morning prayers Wednesday were confronted by two pigs’ heads in the entrance to their mosque in a French town where an Islamist gunman killed two paratroopers in March.

The incident in Montauban was described as a “racist provocation” by a watchdog which monitors anti-Islamic actions in France and as an “odious and blasphemous act” by the Montauban mayor, Brigitte Bareges.

It was the first of its kind in the southern Tarn-et-Garonne region but officials refused to speculate on a possible link to the March tragedy.

The paratroopers killed in March were two of the seven victims of Mohamed Merah, who also shot dead three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi and another soldier in nearby Toulouse before being killed himself in a police siege of his apartment.

Hajii Mohamed, the imam at the mosque, told AFP the people who had left the pigs’ heads had also spilled a large amount of blood on the floor of the entrance to the mosque, which is located in a town house that has been converted to a place of worship.

“It is contemptible,” the imam told AFP. “To attack a religion like this, I don’t know what is happening. People lose their heads, especially during Ramadan.”

Abdallah Zekri, the chairman of France’s Islamophobia Observatory, said Wednesday’s outrage occurred against the background of an increase in anti-Muslim actions in the first half of 2012.

“For this to occur during the holy month of Ramadan, it’s unspeakable,” he said. “It is racist provocation.”

Wednesday’s incident also came hot on the heels of a controversy over the treatment of four young Muslims who were sacked for observing the Ramadan daytime fast while looking after children on a summer camp.

The town council which had dismissed the four instructors reacted to an outcry over the issue on Tuesday by announcing that it would no longer enforce a requirement for summer camp workers to eat and drink in the middle of the day.

French authorities have also been at odds with the biggest Islamic community in Europe over legislation which bans women from wearing full veils while recent elections have been marked by debate over the use of halal methods of animal slaughter.

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From Hiroshima to Fukushima,


By: Mordechai Vanunu

Hiroshima 2012 Message.

My Hiroshima message in 2012 is: Only after Hiroshima, Fukushima, Japan and the rest of the world are wild awake, and acting very decisively against  the danger of atomic weapons, and now also ending nuclear energy.
It was not enough for Japan and Germany to see the disaster of Hiroshima, they needed also to see the catastrophe of Fukushima accident.

The Hiroshima tragedy was a catastrophe which brought to the world the birth of atomic weapons. This nuclear test on human beings and a city of civilians did not teach the world to stop all the nuclear production. Rather the opposite: the super powers and other small states like Israel moved to produce and engaged in NWs production, proliferation.
At the same time, this Hiroshima catastrophe was a big obstacle to any use of any atomic bombs, during all the cold war. Hiroshima  photos of all the victims were in the mind and that kept all the world wild awake during all the cold war, to prevent any use of nuclear weapons again. And  it has never been used again.
The end of the cold war sent all the world free from the fear of nuclear war. But the world is still in danger of some small states, like here in the Middle East who  can use the Bombs. Also, the world has still many nuclear bombs, and we want all the world free from any nuclear bombs.

States like Japan, Germany, Canada, France and others did not realized the danger of nuclear actives, and moved in full speed to build many nuclear reactors for energy. The Chernobyl accident was not enough to wake up all the world to end nuclear energy.
So the world needed a new catastrophe in Japan to wake up all the Japanese people and the rest of the world, from that  dangers of nuclear accident and the danger of all the materials that had been produced from the use of nuclear energy. The catastrophe of Fukushima send the world to demand freedom also from any use of nuclear energy.

So my 2012 Hiroshima, Fukushima Message is: End all nuclear weapons in the world including the Middle East, also in Israel. What Israel wants for itself all the M E. want. End Nuclear weapons everywhere including in Israel. Dimona or all the M E.will have Nuclear weapons exactly like in Dimona.
The second message of Fukushima from Japan is that a very Industrial state like Japan can work and produce without any Nuclear Energy.
All the world can be free from Nuclear weapons, and also from Nuclear Energy. 100 years ago the world was hungry for new Energy, and was running very fast to adopt all kind of nuclear energy. Now after 100 years the world  has had enough from nuclear energy, and the world learn to work and survive without any use of nuclear energy.

So 2012 from Japan to all the world End Nuclear Energy, and all the Atomic Bombs .Freedom to every one freedom Now,!!!!!!.
Vanunu Mordechai J C.
East Jerusalem.  waiting for freedom now.

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Dan Senor – Portrait of an Illuminati Facilitator



left. Dan Senor shows General Mark Kimmitt the way to Baghdad

Dan Senor “was the civilian face of the Coalition Authority to Americans, Europeans, Iraqis and the world.” His Speaker Bureau

by Henry Makow 

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Dan Senor was only 32-years-old when he became spokesman for Ambassador Paul Bremer, and the Coalition Provisional Authority after the 2003 Iraq invasion.

The optics weren’t good: ambitious young Canadian Jew,  graduate of Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the face for the “US” invasion of Iraq?

By now it’s clear Zionism is an expansionist ideology; apparently they didn’t care who knew, even in 2003.

Senor, now 41, is “foreign policy adviser,” aka Zionist handler, for Mitt Romney.

In Jerusalem Sunday, he committed his boss to “respecting” any Israeli attack on Iran. Later, Romney backed off only slightly, saying “no option was off the table.”  Romney was on his way to a $50,000 a plate fundraiser in the city. Such is “American” democracy.


(Dan Senor, center, with Romney & Netanyahu)

Dan Senor’s career is a textbook example of how to succeed by serving the Illuminati bankers’ Zionist Division which includes Israel, the US and Western Europe.

Some highlights:

Dan Senor graduated in history from the University of Western Ontario in London Ont., Hebrew University and Harvard Business School.

Interned at AIPAC (Israel’s Washington Lobby) and on Capitol Hill with Michigan Senator Spencer Abraham. Caught the eye of Neo Con boss William Kristol who famously said the Iraq war was conceived by 25 Jewish intellectuals in Washington.

Worked for the Carlyle Group , the tenth biggest defense contractor in the world, which specializes in starting the wars that may require its products. It hires retired politicians like GHW Bush who are able to get funding for weapons even if the Pentagon doesn’t want them.

Senor then started his own “private equity” and hedge fund firm with John Kerry’s millionaire stepson Chris Heinz (yes, that Heinz.) He also joined the Council on Foreign Relations and many other “think tanks.” He co-authored a flattering book about entrepreneurship in Israel with his brother-in-law, and was a talking head on Fox-TV.


What caught my eye is that this uber Jew, a man who keeps koshermarried a shiksa, Campbell Brown, formerly of CNN. This illustrates that the Illuminati are not strictly-speaking Jewish. Although they run organized Jewry, they intermarry with Freemasons of all ethnic origin. The Illuminati are Cabalists, a satanic secret society within Judaism and all religions and groups.

For real Jews, marrying a shiksa is a serious breach. It essentially means the children, in this case two sons, are not Jewish.

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Senor met Brown in Baghdad in 2003 and they married in 2006 in a civil ceremony in Colorado. The NYT Society Page reported that, “the couple vowed before 150 guests not only to stay together forever but ‘to repair one small piece of the broken world.’

This is a popular conceit among Cabalists who believe they are “healing” the world by devouring it.

Campbell’s father, Jim Brown ran unsuccessfully for Louisiana governor in 1987. He was elected insurance commissioner in 1991 and served until his resignation in October 2000 when he served a six-month prison sentence for lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the status of an insurance company. Brown was barred from practicing law until 2008.

I can’t confirm Jim Brown is a Mason but he was surrounded by them and apparently he was corrupt.


Dan Senor is an example to all ambitious young Jews (and non-Jews) on how to succeed today.

Lend your talent to the Illuminati bankers. Help them take over the world  and squeeze the wealth out of it, even if millions are maimed, starve or die.

Help the bankers extinguish the human spirit and reduce everyone to animals. Ensure the devil wins his wager with God; and humanity is a failed experiment.

If you have any moral qualms,  tell yourself and anyone who will listen, you’re “healing the world.”


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Patrick Buchanan – Is Romney Being NeoConned into Attacking Iran? 

Bill Kristol Celebrates Purge of the Republican Party 

Romney’s Jewish Connector 

Canadian Ex Pat is Key to Romney’s Foreign Policy Push 

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