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Zio-Nazi Gestapo: شهيدان وجريح في استهداف دراجة نارية شمال قطاع غزة

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فلسطين اليوم – غزة

استشهد مواطنان وأصيب أخر بجراح مختلفة مساء اليوم السبت ، في غارة إسرائيلية على دراجة نارية شمال قطاع غزة.

وذكر شهود عيان أن طائرة استطلاع إسرائيلية استهدفت بصاروخ دراجة نارية في جباليا البلد شمال القطاع، ما أسفر عن مواطنان، وإصابة آخر ، وتم نقلهم إلى مستشفى كمال عدوان بمشروع بيت لاهيا، ومجمع الشفاء بمدينة غزة.

فيما أكد الناطق باسم الإسعاف والطوارئ في وزارة الصحة بغزة، الدكتور أشرف القدرة بأن مواطنان استشهدا شمال القطاع حينما استهدفتهما طائرة استطلاع صهيونية في مخيم جباليا.

وكانت طائرات الاحتلال نفذت ثلاثة غارات إسرائيلية فجر اليوم في وقت لا زالت طائرات الاستطلاع تجوب أجواء القطاع بشكل مكثف.

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ZIO-NAZI AIRSTRIKE ON GAZA STRIP

Israeli airstrike on Gaza Strip kills two Palestinians

The Zio-Nazi Gestapo has carried out a new airstrike on the besieged Gaza Strip, killing at least two Palestinians.

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A Question About American Interests in the Middle East…

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A good question about American interests in the Middle East but what is the answer?

By Alan Hart

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In an article for TomDispatch, Peter Van Buren (a U.S. Foreign Service Officer for many years) posed what he described as Six Critical Foreign Policy Questions That Won’t Be Raised in Presidential DebatesQuestion three was under the headline – What do we want from the Middle East?

The preamble to the specific question was this:

“Is it all about oil? Israel? Old-fashioned hegemony and containment? What is our goal in fighting an intensifying proxy war with Iran, newly expanded into cyberspace? Are we worried about a nuclear Iran, or just worried about a new nuclear club member in general? Will we continue the nineteenth century game of supporting thug dictators who support our policies in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Libya (until overwhelmed by events on the ground), and opposing the same actions by other thugs who disagree with us like Iraq’s Saddam Hussein and Syria’s Bashar al-Assad? That kind of policy thinking did not work out too well in the long run in Central and South America, and history suggests that we should make up our mind on what America’s goals in the Middle East might actually be. No cheating now – having no policy is a policy of its own.”

Then the specific question:

“Candidates, can you define America’s predominant interest in the Middle East and sketch out a series of at least semi-sensical actions in support of it?”

In my view the honest answer (which won’t come from the lips of President Obama or Mitt Romney) is something like the following.

The U.S. has always had two predominant interests in the Middle East.

The first was guaranteeing the flow of oil at the lowest possible price even when that meant supporting corrupt and repressive Arab regimes which would do America’s bidding. (Saudi Arabia’s King Faisal, in my view the first and the last truly great Arab leader of modern times, was assassinated because he was no longer willing to be an American puppet, a fact he demonstrated by, among other things, defying Henry Kissinger with his support for Arafat and the PLO).

The second was to do with the fact that the Military Industrial Complex in all of its manifestations is the biggest single creator of jobs and wealth in America. It not only needed wars to guarantee the flow of tax dollars into its coffers, it also needed very wealthy Arab client states to buy its products. (In 2011 U.S. weapons sales reached a record high of $66 billion. America’s largest customer was Saudi Arabia, which purchased more than $33bn worth of weapons from the U.S. including dozens of F-15 fighter jets and missiles. The Obama administration proudly said that this deal alone would be a major stimulus to the U.S. economy and generate 75,000 new jobs. The United Arab Emirates and Oman also spent billions on buying American weapons).

In the last decade or two of the 20th century the U.S. has had a third predominant interest in the Middle East, It was having in power Arab regimes which were prepared to spend big amounts of the wealth of their countries on keeping the American economy going, and quite possibly preventing it from collapsing, by buying American debt. This purchase of U.S. debt instruments (paper promises) enabled Americans to go on living beyond their means and helped to create a national debt which is now approaching $17 trillion. (The other two major purchasers of American debt were Japan and China).

The second part of Van Buren’s specific question asked the candidates to outline some actions they would take to support American interests in the Middle East.

We know how the neo-cons (Jewish and non-Jewish supporters of Israel right or wrong) would respond to that question if they were honest. They’d say, “We need more wars.”

Van Buren mentioned Israel only once and with a question mark. In my analysis Israel has been and continues to be a predominant American interest in the Middle East for two related reasons.

One is the ignorance of the vast majority of Americans. I mean ignorance in the sense that they have been conditioned to believe a version of history, Zionism’s version, which is a pack of propaganda lies. The consequence is that they, the vast majority of Americans, have no understanding of what the conflict is really all about, who the real victims are and why it is not in America’s own best interests to go on supporting Israel (the oppressor) right or wrong.

The related reason is that this ignorance has made it easy for the Zionist lobby, through its stooges in Congress, to call the shots for policy on the Israel-Palestine conflict.

I am in no .doubt that Obama, unlike Romney, is completely aware that the biggest real threat to America’s own best interests in the Middle East (and the whole of the wider Muslim world) is the Zionist state, on account of the anger and the despair provoked by a combination of its contempt for international law and arrogance of power, and America’s lack of will to call and hold the Zionist monster to account for its crimes.

If I was in the audience for the next for the next presidential debate, the question I would want to put to Obama and Romney is this: Do you believe it is in America’s own best interests to go on supporting Israel right or wrong?

If the answer was “No”, the follow-up question would have to be: In order to best protect America’s own interests, will you be prepared to take whatever action is necessary to require Israel to end its defiance of international law?

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Hezbollah Confirms Sending Drone Into IsraHell Airspace

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By Press TV 

Hezbollah Secretary-General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah confirms the Lebanese resistance movement has sent a drone deep into the Israeli airspace evading radar systems.

The operation code-named Hussein Ayub saw Hezbollah’s drone fly hundreds of kilometers into the Israeli airspace and getting very close to Dimona nuclear plant without being detected by advanced Israeli and US radars, Nasrallah said during a televised speech late on Thursday.

“This is only part of our capabilities,” he stressed, adding that Israelis have admitted to their security failure despite being provided with the latest technologies by Western powers.

Hezbollah secretary-general stated that Hezbollah’s drones are made in Iran but assembled by the resistance movement.

Hezbollah plans to send more drones over Israel in the future, he added, adding that the operation shows the resistance movement is ready to defend Lebanon.

The resistance leader further dismissed Western accusations of Hezbollah’s intervention in the Syrian unrest, describing the allegation as “sheer lie.”

“Hezbollah has not fought alongside Syrian forces…. It is not true that Hezbollah is going to take some land from Syria,” Nasrallah stated.

Hezbollah’s leader also rejected allegations that Abu Abbas was the movement’s commander in Syria, and condemned insurgents in Syria for threatening Lebanon.
“Threatening Hezbollah is of no use,” he emphasized.

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Reorientation of Pak-Russian Relationship

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By Sajjad Shaukat

Recently, Pakistan’s analysts made misperceived speculations about the postponement of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s scheduled visit to Islamabad. He had to participate in the summit, comprising Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan and Afghanistan, which was also cancelled.

Some political experts said that President Putin cancelled his visit because Russia which was not included in the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline has shown interest in the Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project without an international tendering process, but Islamabad refused. Some of them presumed that the US and India which are against Pak-Russian growing ties might have played their role regarding cancellation of his trip.

However, these speculations proved untrue when Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrived in Islamabad on October 3 and on the same day, Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff Gen. Ashfaq Pervez Kayani left for Moscow. The main aim of these visits is the reorientation of Pak-Russian Relationship by concluding strategic partnership in the long run.

Addressing a joint press conference with Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar on October 4, Russian counterpart Lavrov said that the two countries had detailed discussions on bilateral relations. Both the ministers agreed that they have common goals on regional and current global challenges.

Sergei Lavrov stated that Russia supports Pakistan’s stance on Afghanistan by pointing out that any solution imposed from outside would not work there. And there should be national reconciliation and the process should be driven by Afghans themselves for durable peace and stability. Lavrov also opposed CIA-operated drone strikes against Pakistan. Khar also expressed similar views.

About postponement of President Putin’s visit, Lavrov clarified that Putin has already conveyed to President Zardari that he was unable to visit Pakistan due to tough schedule.

Recently, both the countries have signed three agreements (as part of MOUs), and Moscow will cooperate in moderanisation of Pakistan Steel Mills, the up-gradation of Pakistan Railways and enhancing power generation.

Besides, recently, the two countries held their second inter-governmental commission (IGC) on trade, economic, scientific and technical cooperation in Islamabad and discussed concrete proposals in various areas of cooperation.

It is mentionable that we cannot see Pak-Russia new relationship in isolation as both the countries need each other’s assistance due to emerging geo-political scenario in the world, focusing on Afghanistan, while Pakistan has become special arena of the major countiries’ rivalries.

During his Asia visit, on June 2, this year, US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta disclosed, “The United States will shift a majority of its warships to the Asia-Pacific region by 2020” as part of a new US military strategy in Asia. The main is to counterbalance China in Asia.

While Russia opposes US intentions to deploy national missile defence system (NMD) in Europe, and expansion of NATO towards Eastern Europe. In this backdrop, the Russian President Putin had openly stated that his country was returning to its Soviet era practice.

Besides, some other developments like rejection of US-led western sanctions against China by Russia and Iran, their joint veto of UN Security Council resolution against Syria and Turkey’s increase of trade with Iran indicates new shift in world politics. Meanwhile, Moscow and Beijing have asked the US to resolve the question of Iran’s nuclear programme peacefully. But America and Israel are still acting upon a war-like diplomacy against Tehran.

Notably, it is also owing to the Pakistan’s province of Balochistan where China has invested billion of dollars to develop Gwadar seaport which could link Central Asian trade with rest of the world irritates US and India. Therefore, their secret agencies have been destabilising Balochistan and other cities of Pakistan including Iranian Sistan through various subversive activities.

Pakistan also rejected American duress in relation to IP gas pipeline, and is no more interested in the US-supported gas pipeline TAP.

Taking note of US anti-Pakistan plans such as drone attacks, pressure to launch military operation in North Waziristan etc., besides China, Pakistan has also cultivated its relationship with the Russian Federation. In 2010, President Putin publicly endorsed Pakistan bid to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) which includes Russia, China, four Central Asian Republics as permenent members, and Pakistan and Iran as observers. Putin also remarked that Pakistan was very important partner for Moscow in South Asia and the Muslim world. Notably, during her trip to Moscow on February 9, 2011, Foreign Minister Khar stated that SCO was an exceptionally important forum within the region to counter regional challenges.

Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari participated in the 12th summit of the Shanghai SCO recently held in Beijing. In their speeches, hinting towards US secret designs, Chinese president Hu Jintao and President Putin stated, “Only when SCO member states remain united can they effectively cope with emerging challenges—enhancing security cooperation.”

In various summits, the SCO leaders displayed strength against the US rising dominance in the region and military presence in Afghanistan, near Central Asia.

Nevertheless, Russia has offered Pakistan counter-terrorism equipments. When Russian military Chief Col-Gen. Alexander Postnikov visited Pakistan in May 2011, he even discussed with Gen. Kayani—the possibility of expanding defence ties by holding joint military exercises, exchanging trainees and trainers and selling and buying weapons. In this context, Gen. Kayani’s four day trip to Russia has consolidated progress in defence cooperation as his Russian counterpart gave a positive response.

Nonetheless, after the withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghanistan in 2014, US which signed an agreement of partnership with Kabul, has decided to establish six military bases in that country having eyes on the energy resources of Central Asia, with multiple strategic aims against Pakistan, China, Iran and Russia. US also encouraged India to take a more active role in Afghanistan. However, Moscow wants to get more involved in regional affairs to counterbalance growing influence of US in Afghanistan. It knows that due to its strategic geo-political location, Pakistan can play a key role in Afghanistan for Russian interests. So, Pak-Russian reorientation of relationship is owing to the emerging geo-political scenario.

Sajjad Shaukat writes on international affairs and is author of the book: US vs Islamic Militants, Invisible Balance of Power: Dangerous Shift in International Relations

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Occupied Lives: No child should have to go through this

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Nassim and Bisan Al-Maqousi sustained shrapnel wounds from the attack

On Sunday, 07 October 2012, at approximately 5.30pm, Israel’s forces launched 2 missiles targeting 2 men on a motorbike as they were passing by Taha Hussain Elementary School in the Al-Brazil neighborhood of Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip.  Subsequently, 1 of the targeted men died of shrapnel wounds, while the other had one of his legs amputated, according to medical sources.  8 civilian bystanders, including 4 children and 1 woman, were also wounded in the attack.

Israel’s forces often use airstrikes for extra judicial execution of suspected members of armed groups in densely-populated areas of the Gaza Strip.  Israel refers to these as ‘targeted killings’. However, on many occasions such attacks also injure and kill civilians who are in the vicinity of the target.  Sabrin Al-Maqousi (23), and her 2 children, Bisan (1 month) and Nassim (2), were wounded in the attack.  Her cousin, Jehad Al-Qatrous (27), was also wounded in the same attack.

Sabrin lives in Jabalia but she was with her children, visiting her family in Rafah, when the attack happened.  She recalls: “My son Nassim was sitting at the entrance of the house when the missiles were launched.  I rushed to bring him inside and found that he had already been injured by shrapnel.  He just kept saying, “There is some blood on me, there is some blood on me.”  Some people came and put him in a car to take him to hospital.  I was trying to calm my other baby down when I noticed that she was also bleeding from her head.  Both of the children were then rushed to the hospital.  It was only after they left, that I felt a sharp pain in my leg.  I had also been hit by shrapnel, and was bleeding.  My cousin, who lives next door, was also injured, and we were both rushed to hospital in an ambulance.”

The casualties were first taken to Abu-Yousif Al-Najjar hospital in Rafah.  The hospital was overcrowded, so they were all transferred to the European hospital, where they received treatment for their injuries: “They removed the shrapnel from our bodies, and the baby and I were discharged after about 5 hours.  However, Nassim was admitted because his wounds were more serious.  My cousin had shrapnel lodged in his legs.  One piece of shrapnel was removed, but the doctor said that the other one requires surgery.  He also temporarily lost his sense of hearing because one of his ears had been injured.”

Bisan Al-Maqousi (1 month), who was injured by shrapnel during the attack

Sabrin fears for the safety and security of her children and her entire family.  She is both distressed and worried about future attacks and the consequences for her family and loved ones: “When I came back home, I kept crying.  I woke up several times that night, fearing that something else was going to happen.  I was both angry and sad about what had happened to my family.  We had just come to visit my family and have some fun with them, but we ended up wounded. My children are not even old enough to understand what happened to them.  Nassim is only aware that he was hurt by Israel’s forces and nothing else beyond that.  He cannot walk around as he used to before, and he is scared.  I am also really scared by what happened and how sudden it was.  What if it had been worse?  Our entire lives would have been changed by it.”

Since the attack, Sabrin says that her constant hope has been for peace and to feel safe once more: “When I saw my children wounded and being taken away, I became psychologically affected.  It was almost as if I wasn’t there.  You only expect such things to happen on TV, but not to you and your family.  I witnessed Operation Cast Lead and I have seen attacks on the tunnels in Rafah, but none of those things scared me as much as seeing my own children hurt.  It is completely unacceptable for children to be wounded in this manner.  I really hope for a change to the situation in Gaza.  Nobody should have to go through this and especially no child should have to go through this.”

The direct targeting of a civilian object constitutes a war crime, as codified in Article 8(2) (b) (ii) of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.  Similarly, under Article 53 of the Fourth Geneva Convention, the destruction of private property is prohibited unless rendered absolutely necessary by military operations.  Intentionally launching an indiscriminate attack constitutes a war crime as defined in Article 8 (2) (b) of the Rome Statute of the ICC.

Furthermore, according to the principle of proportionality, which is codified in Article 51 (5) (b) of Additional Protocol 1 to the Geneva Conventions, an attack that may be expected to cause incidental loss of civilian life, injury to civilians, damage to civilian objects or a combination thereof is considered excessive in relation to the concrete and direct military advantage anticipated.

 

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Why Hugo Chavez’ re-election matters to the Arab world by jodymcintyre

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by jodymcintyre

From Al Akhbar English:

 

 

As crowds occupied the streets of Caracas, Venezuela on the evening of Sunday 7th October, to celebrate the successful re-election of President Hugo Chavez, a Lebanese flag was held aloft. As they poured into the grounds of Miraflores to hear him speak

from the balcony of the Presidential palace, later that night, a Palestinian flag was also visible as it was waved above our heads. These symbols were not without meaning; the re-election of Chavez with 55%, eleven points ahead of his opponent, Henrique

Radonski, will have repercussions not only in the continent of Latin America, but also in

the Arab world.

On Tuesday, just two days after his electoral victory, Chavez re-iterated his support for the Syrian government, of which he has been characteristically vocal over the last year. It is a far cry from the pre-election promises of Capriles, who was seen by many in

Venezuela as ‘the candidate of the United States’ and had pledged to develop ‘closer relations with Israel’, as well as re-thinking several areas of foreign policy. Chavez, on the other hand, took the step of expelling the Israeli ambassador in January 2009,

during the bombing campaign of Operation Cast Lead in Gaza. It was not the first time he had taken such action, after ordering the US ambassador to leave in September 2008.

From the evidence of his first press conference since being re-elected, and particularly in regard to the Arab world, it is clear that re-thinking foreign policy is the last thing on Chavez’ mind. He described Assad’s as the ‘only legitimate government’ of Syria, before

continuing to add:

“[he] has made a huge effort to make concessions, constitutional changes, [and has] called for elections, but none of that is true for those who want to overthrow it.” Whilst speaking from the ‘People’s Balcony’ of Miraflores, at just before midnight on

Sunday, Chavez called for re-conciliation with the opposition at home, but he knows that his victory, although down from the 26% margin he won by in 2006, would be a considered a landslide in many other countries and gives him a strong democratic mandate

for the next six years of government. Foreign policy has often been a talking point during the last fourteen years of Chavez’ government, and his popularity, so pervasive amongst the poorest sections of Venezuelan society, has also spread as far as occupied Palestine,

the south of Lebanon, and many parts of the Arab world.

Chavez vehemently denounced the NATO bombing of Libya earlier this year, which he described at the time as “imperial cynicism”, a “massacre” and a “madness” that had “destroyed” the country. On Tuesday, Chavez took the opportunity to mention former Libyan President Colonel Gaddafi, saying that “the way he died was a barbarity.”

Some western commentators have criticised Chavez’ support for what they see as dictatorial governments in Libya and, now, Syria,

whilst recognising the democratic credentials of Venezuela itself. However, Chavez is particularly aware of what demonization of political

leaders who challenge or question the dominant narrative – once referred to as the “Washington Consensus” but now struggling to

retain one hand, let alone a “consensus” in Latin America – can lead to. The April 2002 coup d’etat against his government, which

resulted in huge demonstrations and the re-instatement of Chavez after just forty-eight hours, was preceded by much hysterical

commentary in both the US and in the privately-owned Venezuelan media, which routinely referred to Chavez as an “autocrat”, a

“monkey” or even “Venezuela’s Hitler”.

Chavez is of the view that, whilst undoubtedly embroiled in a situation of turmoil, there are more forces at work in Syria than usually

portrayed in the mainstream media. On Tuesday, he repeated his opinion, in regards to Syria, that “the US government is largely

responsible for this disaster.”

There is no doubt that Chavez’ presence will be continued to be felt in the Arab world over the next six years. With a wave of pro-poor,

anti-imperialist governments continuing to enjoy widespread popularity in Latin America – Rafael Correa in Ecuador, Evo Morales in Bolivia,

and Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in Argentina – the question remains as to how Arab people will respond to this example of resisting

subservience to foreign interests. Indeed, in a speech following his decision to expel the Israeli ambassador, Hugo Chavez made a

proposal of his own:

“Every day, Latin America will be more united and more free. I hope that one day, Arabs will be the same way; united. United or dominated, you decide!”

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Romney’s Mormon Church is Masonic Front

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(Who does Romney really serve?)

With Romney resurgent in the polls, I re-post this reminder that Obama and Romney represent different wings of a satanic cult, Freemasonry. Mormonism is not a Christian church, but a breakaway faction of Freemasonry.  

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Accepting a choice between Romney’s Mormonism and Obama’s Socialism makes Americans hapless dupes, complicit in their own subversion and disinheritance.

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

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In the July-August edition of his Revisionist Historynewsletter, Michael Hoffman lifts the veil on Mormonism once and for all.

Citing many reference books, he establishes that Mormonism is a break-away faction of Freemasonry which claimed to be “the true Masonry,” keeping both ritual and dogma, including the worship of Lucifer.

Far from being persecuted by non-Masons, the founding prophet Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum Smith were lynched by fellow Masons in retaliation for establishing a competing “church” in violation of Masonic oaths never to reveal its secrets on pain of death.

They were assassinated in the Carthage jail in Carthage Ill on June 27, 1844.

“The first five Presidents of the Mormon Church — Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, John Taylor, Wilfred Woodruff and Lorenzo Snow — were also made Masons in the Nauvoo (Illinois) while Hyrum (Smith) was the incumbent master of the lodge…” (H. Paul Jeffers, The Freemasons in America, Citadel Press, 2006, pp 87-88)

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(left, Romney Bain partner makes Masonic triangle hand sign.)

Mormon temple rituals mirror Freemasonry including worship of Lucifer.

“In the Garden sequence, the patrons listen as Lucifer instructs Adam and Eve that there is no other way to gain the knowledge to become as gods than to disobey the Father and eat the fruit. Mormon theology teachers that Lucifer is the literal son of God and the brother of Jesus…Lucifer instructs Adam and Eve to fashions aprons for themselves like his, out of fig leafs. Lucifer’s apron contains the identical Masonic Square and Compass emblems… The Mormon walks out of these rituals bound to darkness by bloody oaths and occult incantations. He is given over to the spirit of self-exaltation, which caused Lucifer himself to be cast out from the presence of God.” (The Temple of the God-Makers by J. Edward Decker Jr. Former Mormon)

Michael Hoffman writes: “The apple pie image by which the Mormon hierarchy beguile both their followers and outsiders is a means for keeping conservative orientated people obedient to the conspiracy against them and this nation. Willard Mitt Romney is a pivotal leader of that conspiracy.”

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Hoffman says Romney is the candidate of the occult Mormon “Church of  Latter Days Saints.” His finance director, Spencer Zwick, is the son of a Mormon head. Hotel magnate “Willard” Marriott after whom Mitt is named, donated $3 million to his campaign. His foreign policy is run by Zionists.

Hoffman says Americans are “leaderless,” controlled by occult secret societies. Once Americans have fulfilled their role as Zionist “Golem,” they will be discarded in “white trash enclaves of self extinguishing degeneracy, illiteracy and slow suicide.”     

Hoffman says both Romney and Obama are “enemies of Christian civilization.”

Hoffman advises his fellow Americans to boycott the November election:

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(Michelle makes sign of Baphomet) 

“A mass boycott of the Cryptocracy’s farcical Presidential election is the strongest message which astute American patriots can send by denying both Obama and Romney a mandate and legitimacy….God is not mocked! He does not support evil, whether lesser or any other type.”

Hoffman, the author of Judaism’s Strange Gods, is the boldest and smartest critic of Zionist Occupational Government writing today.

Related: Obama’s Masonic Ring & Handshake 

The Mormon Conspiracy 


Romney says Boy Scouts Should Admit Homosexuals   

Mormonism is Luciferian & Masonic

1857 Mormon Massacre of Wagon Train

Mormons Disguised as Indians Attacked Wagon Trains

(Hoffman says their livestock and gold were motive for massacre.)


First Comment from Tony Blizzard:

There is more to Mormonism that is not being mentioned.  I was enticed into becoming one for a short time.  When I quickly realized I was pulled into a scam, I quit.  I think it was about a year later, a brother of Cleon Skousen (FBI agent and writer of several anticommunist books) which brother (don’t remember his first name – Mark?) was a big wheel in the San Bernardino, CA, “stake” to which I had been assigned, came to my house and arrogantly tried to treat me as a possession of his masonic stake.

During the very antagonistic two or more hour long conversation it came out that the Mormons – at least those at the top – believed that at the end of the present era of the world they would rule the world directly under the Jews (Talmudists).

In other words they would be the Talmudic Jews’ Myrmidons.  Fact is that Skousen’s last words to me before he went away grumbling were: “Then you would rather be excommunicated than admit that the Jews are God’s chosen people.”

I didn’t know it at the time but that statement rings both masonic and “Christian Zionist.”  Interesting that it was also the final reason for officially “excommunicating” me from the cult.

Second Comment from Katie:

This explains the Masonic symbology at the Mormon Temple:

VERY DISTURBING!

Also the LDS secret wedding Temple ceremony is very much like the ritual of the initiate from the film “From Hell.” In the film, he promises to disembowel himself and slit his throat before he ever utters the secrets of the lodge. These are some of the LDS temple wedding vows. ( Just change the word lodge to the word temple.)

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Third Comment by Dan:

The charismatic and  charming Ted Bundy converted to Mormonism in 1974 while a University of Utah Law School student living in Salt Lake City.  He had already murdered at least nine young women in Oregon and Washington State.  While friends described him as devoutly carrying his book of Mormon at all times, he killed at least five more girls in Utah during 1975.

Ted Bundy was also an active Republican volunteer for the Seattle office of Nelson Rockefeller’s 1968 Presidential campaign.  Bundy was still  at Republican Party expense as late as 1974.  He made several trips to Aspen which were never explained.


Bundy kidnapped dozens of girls in several states with impunity for years until a rural traffic cop pulled him over for speeding in 1974 and discovered his murder gear.  He seems to have been protected by Salt Lake City detectives.  Despite a growing list of murders in which he was suspect judges stalled and on a number of occasions he ‘escaped’ police custody – in Utah and Colorado.  It wasn’t till he disobeyed his laywers advice not to hide in Florida because they had the death penalty.  He went straight to Florida and engaged in a full blown killing spree in a sorority house  at Florida State in 1978.

The official mainstream story is that Bundy was a criminal genius who managed to elude capture for at least six years, and probably more.  The story and evidence ran much deeper than what was in the press.  Still, during the 1980’s media wasn’t completely controlled, and local newspapers released bits of information that have been swept under the rug ever since.   In the Spokane Daily Chronicle – Feb 3, 1976, there was an Associated Press  article “POLICE FILE HINTS AT THE OCCULT”.  The article said a Seattle occult crimes division folder called “File 1004” connected “A Satanic cannibal murder in Montana” to “the disappearance of Northwest women in Oregon and Washington”. 
File 1004 contained reports from several ‘tipsters; about a man named Ted who held cult meetings, talked about the occult and Devil worship, and set up strange shrines in the forest”.  One witness said Ted was a “Jesus freak”.   The mix of devout Mormonism and secret life of Satanic acts, the name Ted, and the fact that the disappeared women referred to by the Spokane Daily Chronicle later turned out to be some of Bundy’s victims.  “File 1004” has long since vanished.

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Travelling in a wheelchair; Caracas vs. London

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by jodymcintyre

We get onto the tube at the far-end carriage, which is reserved for disabled people.

As usual, the entire tube is completely packed; public transport is efficient and widely

used in Caracas. The carriage at the far end is slightly less so, and we get on, but a

man wearing a suit jacket is standing in quite an inconvenient position. Opposite me,

another man is sitting in a wheelchair, with his wife and young son next to him.

“Can you move out the way?” the man in the wheelchair said. No prizes for guessing

who he was speaking to.

“It’s fine,” the man in the business suit replied, “I’m getting off at the next stop,

anyway.”

“Why are you standing there anyway,” the man in the wheelchair replied, “it’s an area

for wheelchair users.” The word ‘why’ might give you the impression that this was a

question but, as you will notice from the lack of corresponding punctuation mark, it

wasn’t.

At this point, as the man in the business suit awkwardly tried to avoid the interrogation

without anyone noticing, which he should have realised was an impossible task in an

overcrowded train carriage, I was about to say that I didn’t really mind and was fine

where I was. But then, I stopped myself. Why should I intervene on his behalf? In fact,

the man in the wheelchair was correct, he shouldn’t have been blocking the accessible

carriage in the first place, and then, considering that he was, he should have politely

moved out the way when he saw a second wheelchair user attempting to get on.

Besides, how would I feel if I was speaking up for a disabled person trying to get onto

a bus in London, for example, and they turned to me and said, “Thanks for the support,

as I’m sure you face the same struggles as I do, but no thanks.”

I realised that the words that almost came to my mouth were a semi-automatic reaction

. I had never seen something like this happen before.

“Why are you standing in the space for wheelchair users?” he repeated. His wife had a

serious expression on her face. His son was still playing and trying to climb onto his arm.

The other man tried to mumble a response. Should have realised by now that this

particular strategy wasn’t working. Turns to another person [apparently accompanying

him, although he wasn’t exactly promoting the fact] and exchanges a brief shake of the

head. As if to say, “these disabled people, getting on public transport like they own the

place… what are we going to do with them?”

“You’re not meant to block the area that’s for disabled people,” the man in the

wheelchair said, “it says it clearly on signs.” I noticed a badge that was attached to a

bag in his lap; it was for the ‘Gran Mision Vivienda’, a government program aimed at

building three million homes by 2017.

The man in the suit jacket then tried arguing back, but that didn’t work either. You can

win an argument with weak points if you are good at arguing, but you can’t win an

argument with no points. It’s not really an argument; it’s just a person embarrassing

themselves.

I remember trying to argue my way onto London buses and into train stations when I

was a sixth form student. Indeed, it was out of the frustration of those journeys that

this blog first began, five days before my eighteenth birthday. Not only did no-one ever

stick up for me, but members of the public would actively argue against me, arguing

against the fact that I should be allowed onto a bus. As my younger brother, Finlay,

astutely observed, that is what happens when you live in a capitalist society. When

discrimination and individualism is practised at an institutional level, it trickles down

through the layers of society. That is the real ‘trickle down theory’.

Fortunately, I have been lucky enough to visit other parts of the world, where different,

better societies are being built.

It was Wednesday afternoon, and we were making our way to Plaza Caracas, where

Hugo Chavez was due to be officially declared President, for the next six year term of

government, after his re-election victory on Sunday. Over a thousand people turned

out for the occasion; even after months of energetic campaigning, people are not tired,

because the political process is a part of their lives, and their struggle for a better future

is ongoing.

The disabled man on the tube wasn’t afraid of raising his voice, because he is one of

those Venezuelans who have been empowered by this political process, much to the

annoyance of the man wearing the suit jacket. He looked like he was in his early thirties

and I am sure that he could recount many stories of being discriminated against, and

possibly in worse ways than I have ever experienced. But, today, he is proud to make

his opinion heard.

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