Archive | November 2nd, 2013

Excerpts from a letter sent by prisoners in the central prison of Aleppo to his family



Transmission of activists on the pages of social networking a letter addressed to a inmates Aleppo central to his family, which included details of the lives of prisoners, who are “waiting for death, disease and starvation,” according to the letter. said the letter, published by the lawyer Alaa Sayed, on his social networking site (Excerpts from the letter were published without revision or repair of errors grammatical or spelling, after neglecting some personal details relating to the family of the prisoner): – my days became numbered and die in prison, no light not at night and not during the day and cases of disease Wholesale recovered God and more case of tuberculosis and deaths daily violin cases and deaths from hunger. – Mnakl every day Morocco loaf of bread and ten tablespoons rice with a bowl Mai for a second day Morocco and the suffering and pain and hunger and بتمر

We days deceive three days without eating and people Abtamot prison Wholesale Hai hand disease and hunger and Dowa interruption final. – Uige Red Crescent or two days per week and answer Mau eat, we like Bhellergev and ten tablespoons rice but I wish you Uige all day and the rest live on the ability of God Almighty. – Hey Khai I do not know what will be my fate But inevitably die at the hands of either hunger infidel or bombing or the disease, which squeezes my bowels, Hfallkm way Talona them from prison and Khalsona of Haezzab. – O gentle became died Shi 300 prisoners out of 4000 and the dead, what Abkhalohm Italauhm everything that Mato Dvino within Baha Eastern jailed en masse and numbers Abtzad every week, everything that Obeitalaa from prison Amakhals from certain death. – Hfallkm way Khalsona quickly the day before Bakri, oh my family I’m in prison fateful death waza Khalatona Aktar heck of God, the great what بيطلع from prison, but long life . –

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pharmacist born where food vitamins because lump. – you Alhakona before are die Hfallkm the Shi way Talona and you Rouho Aalkadhi and Cololo prison tired dead and patios filled with dead mass graves important to ye Tkhalsona of the Haloza who I in him. signature: your son Abdel-Moneim, who perhaps Tfkaddonh and be his tomb inside the prison. “ended the message text. referred to as the boxed prison about six months ago months within the so-called battle of the “liberation of prisoners” and exposed the prison building was bombed from the outside by opposition militants, who are trying to break into, spin almost daily clashes in the surroundings.

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Nazi Settler Violence Season



For Palestinians, the olive tree has a special significance. Perhaps more than anything else, it symbolizes their connection with the land, rooted in centuries of Palestine’s fertile soil and tended to by generation upon generation of Palestinian farmers. The autumn, which brings with it the olive harvest, is a highly anticipated and celebrated season for Palestinian agriculture. Anyone who has ever sat at a Palestinian table for a meal knows the centrality of the crop; olives and their golden oil are omnipresent in the Palestinian kitchen. During these months, Palestinians descend on their olive groves for the annual tradition of the harvest and the collection of ripe olives.

Sadly, however, this season, so-well known for the olive harvest, is now becoming known for something else: Israeli settler violence.

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A Palestinians olive grove burns after Israeli settlers set it on fire near the Palestinian village of Hawara in the West Bank following the killing of Israeli settler by a Palestinian man, on April 30, 2013. (Menahem Kahana / AFP / Getty Images)

For several years we have been keeping a database of Israeli settler violence attacks and incidents and have collected daily data from 2004 to the present day noting thousands of incidents. We keep track of the date, time, type of attack, location and so on.

Last year, we published a comprehensive report on Israeli settler violence, analyzing where it was most prevalent, what trends we found and what causes it. One undeniable trend is that Palestinians and their property are increasingly at risk of settler attacks during olive harvest season. The chart below depicts the percentage of annual settler violence each month sees in the districts of Nablus, Qalqilya, Salfit and Ramallah where the majority of the West Bank’s olive trees are.

As you can see the chart line ticks up markedly in September and October, the months of the olive harvest. A greater proportion of settler violence happens during this period than any other comparable time span year in and year out. This year is no exception, there are examples herehereherehereherehereherehere,herehereherehereherehere , here and as I am drafting this text, here:

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Settlers destroyed over 600 olive trees in a Nablus village on Wednesday, a Palestinian Authority official said.

Ghassan Daghlas, an official who monitors settlement activity in the northern West Bank, told Ma’an that settlers from Yizhar cut down hundreds of olive trees belonging to the Hamad, Hussein and Allan famlies in the village of Einabus.

The uptick during the olive harvest supports an explanation of settler violence discussed in our report. The different security jurisdictions in the West Bank create vacuums of security for Palestinians. While many Palestinians live in Area A, where at least nominally the Palestinian Authority has security jurisdiction under the Oslo Accords, the vast majority of Olive Groves are not in Area A but instead in Area B or even C. This means Palestinians have to leave the sanctum provided by their own security forces and rely on Israeli security when tending to their crop. The Israeli military often merely protects settlers as they attack Palestinians and the Israeli police are useless in this regard as well. So Palestinians are essentially sitting ducks who risk their security for their livelihood and to maintain an annual tradition that is integral to the Palestinian agricultural economy.

The failure of the Israeli state to reign in the settler violence, and in many cases it aids and abets, is an clear indictment of its failure to uphold its responsibilities as an occupier, charged with maintaining the well-being of the occupied civilian population under international law.

As de facto state agents, the settlers are doing the work that might be too controversial for the Israeli military to be directly involved in for public relations purposes but still serves the larger aim of checking and demoralizing a Palestinian population. Settlers act in ways to confine the Palestinian population through the use of violence by increasing the risks of existence in any areas outside Area A which is the vast majority of the West Bank.

Israel continues to distance itself in official rhetoric from settler violence but as with other elements of the colonial enterprise this too could not occur without, at minimum the tacit consent of the government. That consent in itself is tantamount to direct involvement.

All responsible actors should work to pressure the Israeli government to immediately put an end to rampant settler violence. Without such pressure, Israeli will continue to allow its settler population run amok in Palestine.

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By Gilad Atzmon

The other day I learned that Gerald Clark, pretty much an unfamiliar name to me, was about to launch a Jazz suite dedicated to the Nakba and the Palestinian people. I was intrigued, I contacted Gerald and offered my help. A day later, the album found its way to my letterbox.

I am usually bored by ‘political music.’  Occasionally it lacks the necessary wit let alone a musical edge. But Clark’s Nakba is a masterpiece – music in its purest and most genuine form. It’s probably best described as a ‘Blue Note for Palestine’.  This new album is a treat, and you should seriously consider adding it to your Jazz collection.

A sampler medley of the album can be heard here:

You can buy the album here.

I asked Clark about his musical background? Are you a professional musician? What instrument do you compose on?

Gerald Clark: I am not a full-time professional musician at this stage.  I write all kinds of music: film scores, pop songs, etc.  I’ve recorded an album as a singer-songwriter (The Great Divide), and six short film scores, but I have a feature film to score in the new year, which I’m already doing quite a lot of work for.  I’ve written a symphonic suite and a string quartet, mostly to see if I could do it, and several jazz works.  I’m a piano player predominately, and virtually all my composition starts sitting at the piano.

Gilad Atzmon: What made you compose a suite for Palestine?

Gerald Clark: It was 2002, the second ‘Intifada’ had started and Jenin was being attacked.  I’ve always been involved with political campaigns and I’d been on a couple of ‘Freedom for Palestine’ marches.  I’d been playing around with a rhythmical figure on the piano (which is now the riff at the start of Jenin), when I developed another one (now the riff at the start of Intifada).  Then I saw Jocelyn Hurndall give a very moving talk about the death of her son Tom.  It all fell into place around those ideas.  Ultimately I wanted to do something to help.  It took a while to finish it and put it together, but now I have a finished product and I know that every time someone buys the album I’ll be personally donating money to a Palestinian charity, so it feels worthwhile. 

Gilad Atzmon: This is beautiful. I was very surprised to find out that you didn’t play on the album. I then realised that you were the composer. An unusual role in jazz. How would you describe the process of making an album with a jazz team?

Gerald Clark: Surprisingly easy.  But I agree it’s not that common (I’ve got a lovely album by Russ Garcia that he doesn’t play on, and of course there are arranger/composers like Gil Evans).  I’m not sure why … perhaps because most jazz composers are jazz musicians.  I would love to have played on it myself, but my jazz piano skills are still in their infancy while my jazz composition/arranging skills are far more developed.  I knew I couldn’t have done it justice.  But the team were all great musicians.  I guess they all felt like sidemen, which works okay as long as someone knows what they want.  That said, they were very supportive, they helped to interpret my charts so that they could understand them and know where to cue themselves in.  My role in the studio was that of producer really, which I’ve done before.  It’s not that different from having a jazz section in a film soundtrack.  

Gilad Atzmon:  What kind of decisions led your choosing the musicians?

Gerald Clark: One of the reasons I didn’t start this for so long is probably because I knew I wasn’t good enough to play it myself.  But Duncan Haynes, the piano player, is a good friend of mine.  He listened to the early drafts and expressed enthusiasm for it.  Once I knew that he was happy to play on it, I asked Johnny Lippiett  (sax) who’s another one of my oldest friends (and who knew Duncan). Byron Wallen was my first-choice trumpet player.  He’s such an incredible musician, and Duncan knew him too.  In terms of the bass and drums, I wanted some classic hard-bop guys, who could swing hard, but cope with sections of double-time, break into Latin for two bars in the middle of swing (and vice-versa)… Dave Hamblett and Sam Lasserson were perfect, they’re also really nice guys so the recording session was very smooth and fun.

Gilad Atzmon: Did you rehearse for a while as an ensemble? Or did you meet in the studio for the first time?

Gerald Clark: Everyone had the charts for a few weeks in advance, but we met for the first time in the studio and recorded it in a weekend.  Johnny lives in NY and flew in on the Saturday morning.  Duncan’s based in Peru, and the other three are very busy working musicians, so there wasn’t an easy opportunity to meet up (getting most of the band back in the same room for a launch gig has been challenging too) Most of the finished tracks are the second or third take.  That’s it.

Gilad Atzmon: This is pretty incredible. But it may explain the freshness of the sound. Since you picked a political cause, was it important for your musicians to empathize with the cause?

Gerald Clark: They all knew what it was we were recording, so I guess they empathized.  I’d had a long chat with Byron about it first – he’s actually been to Palestine and I think his experiences helped him to be involved.  I introduced every tune before we recorded it by explaining where the title came from and what it meant – that was quite emotional at times. 

Gilad Atzmon:    Do you believe in the role of art as a political weapon? Can beauty present a prospect of a better future?

Gerald Clark: Yes, I think I do.  Not a weapon perhaps, but it has a very important role to play.  If a Jazz Suite for Palestine can bring to jazz fans greater awareness of what’s going on, or a painting can bring to fans of art greater awareness, then it’s worth doing.  But for the artist/composer I think it’s much more powerful.  It gives the music a much deeper meaning and emotion, which I hope is reflected.  And at the end of the day, no matter how horrible a political reality, beautiful art can come from it.  Art makes the world a better place and that’s important when things are bad.  As a composer I think of Shostakovich’s symphonies which came out of the height of Stalinist oppression (and reflect that in various ways) or the wonderful music from South Africa that gained a much greater western audience in the early-mid 80s.

Gilad Atzmon:   Why did it take you 10 years to record this beautiful album?

Gerald Clark: Well I didn’t write it all in 2002-3.  I started then.  The final piece was actually written in January just before we went into the studio (although most of it was finished about four years ago).  As I’ve outlined above, it took me a while to appreciate the concept of recording a jazz quintet album as a composer, and then I had to get everyone into the same studio (let alone the same country) at the same time.  I think I just needed to develop my own confidence as a composer/producer before I felt it was something I was able to do.

Gilad Atzmon: Looking at Palestine now, having been composing this suite for more than 10 years, are you optimistic?

Gerald Clark: I can’t say that I am.  The situation doesn’t seem a lot different.  But I think the general public is slightly more on-side now.  It’s easier to talk about it.  There are issues that we can take up and get popular support with, like the issue of Palestinian Child Prisoners.  Once Palestine is seen as an important issue for everyone and not just political activists, then things could move quite quickly.  I just hope it’s not too late for the Palestinian people.

Gilad Atzmon:  What is ahead, when and where do you launch your album? Any plans for tours?


Gerald Clark: We are launching the album at The Vortex on Wednesday 6th November.  I would love to play it a few more times, but that would have to depend on funding for a tour.  With Duncan and Johnny living overseas we can’t easily throw it together again – it’s a big undertaking.  We might be able to arrange another gig in America, which is something I’d like to explore.  Otherwise I think my next jazz project will have to involve people closer to home.  But this album will be available to download and we’ll be shipping CDs worldwide (through my website, so the internet gives us an opportunity to get the music out to the whole world.

I’d like to do some more jazz too, I’m not sure what form that’ll take.  I’m practicing hard – maybe I’ll be able to play on it.

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The Army that knows how to Terrorize Sheep


By Yossi Gurvitz

The moral cowardice of the average Israeli soldier is probably hard to beat

This vignette of daily life in Occupied Palestine, written by an Israeli writer, has been edited and embellished by Lasha Darkmoon with pictures, captions and a few extra phrases.

Israeli soldiers threatening Palestinian-owned sheep

Israeli soldiers threatening Palestinian-owned sheep

As part of the campaign of quiet terrorism against Palestinians, IDF soldiers assault sheep with stun grenades.

One day in September, Walid Said Muhammad Id, a resident of Burin – a Palestinian village surrounded by Israeli settlements and outposts – went with his son to herd their flock of sheep. Their pasture is close to one of the nearby Israeli outposts, Har Bracha B.

About an hour after the two Palestinian shepherds reached their pasture, they observed three Israeli soldiers coming down towards them from the outpost.

Yes, the outpost – illegal though it is – is nevertheless protected by the Israeli State. This is just a regular part of life and we ignore it; but it should be mentioned from time to time. Imagine a band of outlaws taking over someone else’s land, and instead of removing the outlaws the authorities hasten to protect them — even though they openly state that the outlaws’ presence there is illegal!

The Israeli soldiers ordered Id to remove his sheep from the pasture. He informed them that he was renting this plot, and that it was located in Area B and not Area C; and so he refused to evacuate. The soldiers repeated their demand and Id repeated his refusal. The soldiers then spoke at length on their cellular phones. Finally, they turned back to the illegal outpost.

When stun grenades are not available, stones are used to wound the sheep — a common weapon deployed against these helpless creatures by Israeli settlers.

When stun grenades are not available, stones are used to wound the sheep — a common weapon deployed against these helpless creatures by Israeli settlers.

And then another force of Israeli soldiers presently arrived on the scene. The two groups of soldiers passed each other, and the soldiers in the second group, without uttering a word, pulled out stun grenades. These are small explosive devices which create a flash and a loud noise, intended to cause panic and disperse demonstrations. The soldiers threw about ten stun grenades into the flock. The sheep, terrified, dispersed in all directions. Then the soldiers turned on their heels and left.

Id had committed no offense. Had he committed an offense, even the smidgen of an offense, the soldiers would have detained him. These soldiers are not, after all, accountable to anyone.

The soldiers had no argument to field against him. Not even some dubious security excuse. So they went straight to terrorism: they used violence against his flock and dispersed it.Oh, you think you may pasture your sheep here? You have the “chutzpah” to maintain your rights in the face of an armed Jewish male? We’ll show you!

If there is a hell, and in his low moments this writer thinks perhaps there should be, there ought to be a special circle of hell for those who abuse the helpless: for those who abuse a baby, a child, a tied-up human being, or a frightened animal — for those who pick on any creature vulnerable and confused and unable to understand why it is being attacked.

Here is the 2013 model IDF: the strongest army in the Middle East – when it comes to terrorizing sheep, at any rate. What next?

Firing tear gas at cows?

Dispersing goats with the “Skunk,” the IDF’s patented stink-bomb, squirting smelly liquids in all directions?

Shooting rubber bullets at Palestinian shepherd dogs?

A nightly raid on Palestinian chicken coops, stuffed full of terrified flightless birds?

Holding Palestinian pets in administrative detention?

The goal of the soldiers, of course, was to terorrize Id: to enable the quiet terrorism of the settlers, whose point is to filch another acre, steal another goat, by scaring the Palestinians away and driving them to despair.

Unlike the scenario to which they had long grown accustomed, the Israeli soldiers were now facing a man who stood up forcibly for his rights. So instead of dealing with him directly, which they didn’t have the guts to do — since he was totally innocent — they resorted to attacking his animals: those equally innocent of any crime, the most helpless of the helpless.

Of course, they could have done a lot more: they could have detained him and assaulted him though he was guiltless, knowing that the chances they would pay any sort of price for their brutal actions are absolutely nil.

I guess they couldn’t muster the courage.

IDF soldier threatening a Palestinian activist for saying "I exist!"

Israeli soldier threatening a Palestinian activist for saying “I exist!”

This isn’t just terrorism, it’s despicable cowardice. The cowardice of sadistic criminals. It’s also very bad soldiering.

An army whose troops get used to dealing with challenges in this way ought not to be surprised when, facing a real enemy, it finds itself marching towards it up one road and fleeing from it down seven others.

Commanders who turn a blind eye to such incidents, and a public which just doesn’t want to know, not only raise a new generation of coarse thugs who will return to civilian life as coarse thugs — they also bring shame on the entire Israeli army and turn it into an object of universal contempt.

Many Israelis pride themselves on not having any moral sense, in recognizing only what is utilitarian —they think morals “are for the weak.”

So this is how they show their “strength” when they are actually weak: they throw hand grenades at sheep and prove their “courage” by wounding and killing animals.


They kill people too. Here lies the corpse of a 21-year-old Palestinian girl, Lubna Hanash, killed recently near Hebron by an Israeli soldier. Her crime? Owning the land on which the Israeli occupiers want to live.

Here lies the corpse of a 21-year-old Palestinian girl, Lubna Hanash, shot dead near Hebron recently by an IDF soldier. Her crime? Owning the land on which the Israeli occupiers want to live.

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Zionists Sacrificed Jews to the Holocaust


The word “Holocaust” is a Biblical term for “burnt sacrifice.”
Why refer to genocide as “a sacrifice”?
Because the Illuminati bankers deliberately sacrificed
European Jews to create the State of Israel, the capital
of the Rothschild’s occult New World Order.

The London-based Illuminati bankers wanted Jews to set up the State of Israel in order to colonize the Middle East. (Zionism was a “British” creation. The “British Empire” was a vehicle for Illuminati Jewish bankers. It is now morphing into the NWO. )

However European Jews wanted no part of Israel. The Illuminati created the Nazis partly to trauma brainwash Jews into supplanting the Palestinians. Zionists and Nazis were mirror images of each other. Both espoused racial purity.  

In his book, Perfidy (1961) author Ben Hecht describes how the Nazis lacked the manpower to round up Jews and relied on the Zionists to do it. The Zionists betrayed their fellow Jews yet reaped the moral and political capital from the holocaust. The more Jews died, the stronger the moral case for Israel. This crucial information is not new, but they’re trying to dump it down the memory hole. We need to be reminded.

According to the article below, Zionists bribed Eichmann which enabled him to escape to ArgentinaThey also saved the lives of other war criminals at Nuremberg. 

An Excerpt from: How Britain’s Biggest racists Created Zionism
by Mark Burdman
The Campaigner  Dec 1978

Edited by 

The book Perfidywritten by playwright Ben Hecht in 1961, is the single most damning statement to date on the interchangeability of the British-Zionist cabal that ran Israel during its early years and the leadership of the Nazis.


In the book, Hecht presented extended excerpts from the famous 1953 Kastner trial, in which the pro- Nazi activities of Rudolf Kastner, left, head of a Hungarian branch of the so-called Jewish Agency Rescue Committee during World War II and later a spokesman for the Ministry of Trade and Industry in the new Israeli state, were brought to light in excruciating detail. In a trial that rocked Israel to its foundations, Kastner, one of the inner circle of the Zionist elite around Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion during the 1943-53 decade, was revealed to have been the main Zionist agent of the Nazi exterminators of Hungary’s Jews.

Kastner, an Israeli court was shown, systematically deluded the leadership of Hungary’s 800,000 Jews into believing that the Nazis were interested merely in mass relocation of the Jews, not mass murder. In return for this genocidal decep- tion, Kastner was allowed to handpick a small Zionist elite of 388 Jews, mostly from his own family, to flee to Palestine.

Hecht’s book detailed Kastner’s collaboration with Heinrich Himmler, Adolf Eichmann, and others with such precision that his book was suppressed, censored, and removed from libraries. Hecht’s wife, who after his death tried to get the book re- published, has been subjected to pressure and threats from the Zionist lobby in the U.S. Today, copies of Hecht’s book are distributed virtually on a blackmarket basis.

Excerpts from Perfidy are printed below. We begin with Adolf Eichmann’s testimonial to Kastner’s activities, which Hecht quoted from “Eichmann’s Confessions” published in the November 28 and December 5, 1960 editions of LIFE magazine.


In Hungary my basic orders were to ship all the Jews out of Hungary in as short a time as possible. . . . In obedience to Himmler’s directive, I now concentrated on negotiations with the Jewish political officials in Budapest . . . among them Dr. Rudolf Kastner, authorized representative of the Zionist Movement. This Dr. Kastner was a young man about my age, an ice-cold lawyer and a fanatical Zionist. He agreed to help keep the Jews from resisting deportation — and even keep order in the collection camps — if I would close my eyes and let a few hundred or a few thousand young Jews emigrate illegally to Palestine. It was a good bargain. For keeping order in the camps, the price . . . was not too high for me ….

We trusted each other perfectly. When he was with me, Kastner smoked cigarets as though he were in a coffeehouse. While we talked he would smoke one aromatic cigaret after another, taking them from a silver case and lighting them with a silver lighter. With his great polish and reserve he would have made an ideal Gestapo officer himself.

Dr. Kastner’s main concern was to make it possible for a select group of Hungarian Jews to emigrate to Israel. . . .As a matter of fact, there was a very strong similarity between our attitudes in the S.S. and the viewpoint of these immensely idealistic Zionist leaders . . . . I believe that Kastner would have sacrificed a thousand or a hundred thousand of his blood to achieve his political goal. . . . “You can have the others,” he would say, “but let me have this group here.” And because Kastner rendered us a great service by helping to keep the deportation camps peaceful, I would let his group escape. After all, I was not concerned with small groups of a thousand or so Jews. . . . That was the “gentleman’s agreement” I had with the Jews. (p.261)

A coexterminator of Eichmann’s, S.S. Colonel von Wisliczeny, expanded on the nature of this Zionist-Nazi relationship.

Our system is to exterminate the Jews through the Jews. We concentrate the Jews in the ghettos — through the Jews; we deport the Jews — by the Jews; and we gas the Jews — by the Jews. (p261)



Hecht develops these points more fully in the body of the text.

The Final Solution was decided on in Berlin in 1941 — total extermination of all Jews before the German military defeat put an end to the opportunity.

The S.S. Colonels in Budapest had a knotty problem to solve in carrying out their end of the work speed-up. How to capture and deport eight hundred thousand Jews for killing in Auschwitz with only 130 S.S. as foremen? And only five thousand Hungarian gendarmes….

The only possible way of getting Hungary’s Jews to Auschwitz on schedule was to keep them ignorant of their fate. Even more, to do everything possible to spread the delusion among them that the Germans in Horthy’s Hungary were human folk with no murder in their eye…. (A quote from Eichmann years later):

“With Hungary we were particularly concerned. The Hungarian Jews had lived through the war relatively untouched by severe restrictions. We wanted Hungary combed with a tremendous thoroughness before the Jews could really wake up to our plan and organize partisan resistance.” The S.S. launched their delusion offensive at a first get together with Hungary’s leaders of Jewry…. With the Jewish leaders properly drugged, the Germans started the Jew round-up cautiously….

But the Germans smelled trouble ahead. Reports were coming in that Jewish groups were meeting in secret, trying to organize armed resistance. Other Doubting Thomases were escaping across the border to areas that offered haven for Jews. The exodus might grow…..

Enter here, an answer to the German problem — Rudolf Kastner…. The Kastner personality is definitely a plus in Nazi eyes. It can be utilized. But more important than who Kastner is, is what he is. He is the representative of the Jewish Agency of Palestine, and a member of Ben-Gurion’s Mapai Party…. He will continue the “Elite policy” of Weizmann (the policy enunciated by Zionist leader Chaim Weizmann in 1937 that Europe’s Jews were “dust … in a cruel world…. They must meet their fate…. Only a branch will survive. They must accept it.” — ed.) and, after some modest protests, will be satisfied with the rescue of a selected group of six hundred….

(Ben Hecht, left) 


With Eichmann’s approval, Dr. Kastner alters the original deal somewhat. Instead of picking Jews from any “outlying towns,” he picks three hundred and eighty-eight Jews from Kluj (Kastner’s home village —  ed.) alone. They are the “best,” the most important members of Kluj Jewry — mainly Zionists. [Possibly they are members of a closely knit cult of Sabbatean-Frankists. hm]

He includes also his own family…. Kastner knows the truth about the Final Solution, about the S.S. plan to deport all the eight hundred thousand Jews of Hungary to Auschwitz for cremation…. If Kastner breathes a word of this truth to a single condemned Jew in Kluj, the entire Final Solution will be wrecked. The twenty thousand Jews of Kluj will knock over their handful of guards and escape to Rumania, three miles away….

Kastner walks among the twenty thousand Jews in the town … helps cool the trouble-makers down. He has the Zionist organization to help him. In Kluj, the Zionists are the leaders of Jewry…. Authority speaks. The wise tongues wag. The respected ones dazzle their twenty thousand listeners with their respectability. And the day is saved — for authority. They will ride off to life, their twenty thousand listeners to  death….” (pp. 95-109)


Eichmann dressed Kastner up in a S.S. uniform and took him to Belsen to trace some of his friends. Nor did the sordid bargaining end there. Kastner paid Eichmann several thousand dollars. With this little fortune, Eichmann was able to buy his way to freedom when Germany collapsed, to set himself up in the Argentine…. (pp. 261-262)


(Israeli leader, David Ben Gurion. British stooge.) 

Hecht also presented cogent evidence that the  Jewish Agency (the Israeli-state official governing body for Israel) and the Joint Distribution Committee systematically and willfully withheld information  from the world’s press and governments about the mass extermination of Jews by Hitler; that affidavits written by Kastner immediately after the war were solely responsible for the acquittal by the Nuremberg Trials of such genocidal murderers as Kurt Becher; and that Kastner’s activities were only a somewhat extreme variant of the hegemonic attitude of the Zionist leadership of David Ben-Gurion, Moshe Sharett, and others, whom Hecht frequently identifies as nothing more than British stooges.

After noting that the judge who was presiding over a libel case that Kastner had brought against a journalist who accused him of collaborating with the Nazis stressed that Kastner’s wartime duties were “part and parcel of the general duties of the S.S.,” Hecht documented the extreme political discomfort felt by the British-loving Ben-Gurion elite as a result of the Kastner expose and the failure of the libel trial. As the possibility mounted in 1950s Israel that Kastner would be put on trial himself for Nazi collaboration and that the whole Mapai group would be tarred with the same charge, Rudolf Kastner was suddenly assassinated — by a young man who, Hecht noted, had been in the employ of Israeli intelligence just months before the assassination occurred.

Two additional anecdotes from Ben Hecht’s Perfidy. One witness at the libel suit which Kastner brought against his accuser provided documents which proved that during the war the Allied powers refused to bomb the crematoria at Auschwitz even though nearby industrial and related installations were hit by bombing raids.

Joel Brand testifying at the Eichmann Trial.jpg

(left, Brand testifying at Eichmann Trial) 

Tens of thousands of Jews, it could be surmised, would have escaped death if this operation had been carried out. Hecht concludes his book with an account of the Joel Brand case. Brand, a member of a Jewish Rescue Committee in Hungary, had arranged an exchange deal with Adolf Eichmann whereby Eichmann would deactivate plans for extermination of Hungary’s Jews in return for several thousand trucks for, Germany. In full collaboration with British intelligence, Hecht points out, the Jewish Agency executive — including David Ben-Gurion, Moshe Sharett, and Ehud Avriel — had Brand arrested by the British in Syria when he came to the Middle East to plead his case for the deal. Brand was detained for four and a half months. Needless to say, the deal with Eichmann was sabotaged by this British-Zionist operation. Nearly a million Jews perished as a result. – See more at:

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Pentagon Building Superhuman Soldiers of the Future

Kevin Samson

It’s been a longtime dream of DARPA to grace the battlefield with super soldiers.

Caption:	 ARLINGTON, VA - U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel listens during a press conference British Secretary of State for Defense Philip Hammond at the Pentagon May 2, 2013 in Arlington, Virginia. During the press conference, Hagel confirmed that the U.S. President Barack Obama administration is considering arming the Syrian rebels. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Caption: ARLINGTON, VA – U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Back in 2010, a plan was announced to install transcranial ultrasonic mind control devices into soldiers’ helmets in order to boost alertness, as well as relieve battle stress and pain.

The Department of Defense has also been working on their ultimate augmented reality creation called iOptik, which would enhance a soldier’s biology by offering simultaneous fields of vision, while enabling full data integration. These developments are running simultaneously alongside weaponized military robotshumanoid and life-like battle-bots as troops and/or field assistance, and autonomous systems of full-spectrum warfare that incorporate drones.

However, nothing compares to the T.A.L.O.S. suit seen in the videos and press release below. Advancements in nanotech are offering a new range of materials and applications that are quickly turning science fiction to science fact. The T.A.L.O.S. super soldier will incorporate biometrics, advanced body armor that will change a liquid to bullet-proof solid skin, an exoskeleton for improved strength and speed, as well as the latest in augmented reality computing. The full merger of man and machine is well underway. According to MIT, all that’s needed is a power source. Coming soon…

PR – USSOCOM Seeks Ideas for Advanced Assault Suit Development

Tampa, Fla .– U.S. Special Operations Command issued a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) for proposals and research in support of the development of Tactical Light Operator Suit (TALOS) TALOS is a USSOCOM effort to provide special operation forces (SOF) with enhanced mobility and protection technologies in a fully integrated assault suit. Some of the potential technologies planned for TALOS research and development include advanced armor, command and control computers, power generators, and enhanced mobility exoskeletons.

“USSOCOM is interested in receiving white papers from a wide variety of sources, not just traditional military industry but also from academia, entrepreneurs, and laboratories capable of providing the design, construction, and testing of TALOS related technologies,” said Jim Geurts, USOCOM acquisition executive. “The intent is to accelerate the delivery of innovative TALOS capabilities to the SOF operator.”

The BAA goal is to foster collaboration with government, academia, and industry representatives on the TALOS effort. Prior studies and analysis have determined a number of technical challenges exist for the SOF equipment that require improvements for missions into the future. Those challenges include trade space between weight, protection, power, and mobility, cost, and system component integration.

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Obama punished for forgoing Syria war: Commentator

The US President Barack Obama is under severe fire from influential Zionist lobbies because of his refusal to launch military strike on Syria, a commentator tells Press TV in an interview.

“I think maybe what is happening here is that Obama is being punished by the Israeli lobby and the Jewish media for not attacking Syria in September. I think that is a more likely scenario,” E. Michael Jones stated on Friday.

Jones said the rebuke by Israeli lobby has led to an all-time decline in the popularity of Obama, adding that the US president is facing punishment because he thought twice about military option against Syria in response to the will of the American people.

“…Obama is being punished now for actually acceding to the will of the people in September because the population in general, as far as I could judge, was totally against expanding the war in Syria and Obama did the right thing at that point,” said Jones.

He added that a “democratic paradigm” prevailing in the US “was against the war in Syria in September.”

Obama intensified the war rhetoric against Syria after foreign-backed opposition forces accused the government of President Bashar al-Assad of launching a chemical attack on militants stronghold in the suburbs of Damascus on August 21.

Damascus denied the accusations, saying the attack was carried out by the militants themselves as a false-flag operation.

Later that month, Obama said he had decided that Washington must take military action against the Syrian government, which would mean a unilateral military strike without a UN mandate.

In September, Russia devised a plan to avoid the war, proposing that Syria put its chemical weapons under international control for subsequent annihilation.

Syria opened its chemical arsenal to international inspectors and President Obama put the war option on hold.

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M. Agnes-Mariam begins North America Tour with KPFA radio interview


Mother Agnes-Mariam of the Cross arrived in Tucson, Arizona last night after a 31-hour trip from Beirut, Lebanon, and gave her first radio interview to Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips of the KPFA morning show.  In the interview, she described her peacemaking work, responded to critics, and outlined the intentions of her North America tour.

[The interview may also be heard by at KPFA’s archive; starts at 31:00 minutes into the show.]

M. Agnes-Mariam will spend two days at the Break Down the Walls conference in Tucson, where she will speak in the plenary and conduct a workshop on Syria.  On Nov. 3, she will fly to San Francisco, for five events in Northern California.  Details are at

The tour is completely booked through November except for the 11-12.  If you are interested in a booking for those dates, please let us know.  Mother Agnes-Mariam tour calendar.


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Wake Up America

Wake Up America Nov 1, 2013

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1000+ killed: October Iraq’s deadliest month since 2008


Iraq has just experienced its deadliest month in five years with over 1,000 killed amid spiraling violence, a topic that will rank high in talks between Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and President Barack Obama in Washington on Friday.

The spike in deaths for October has created an atmosphere of anxiety and fear amongst the population since most of last month’s victims were civilians, according to government figures.

A total of 855 civilians, 65 policemen and 44 soldiers were killed, according to information from the Iraqi ministries of health, interior and defense, released on Friday.

According to data gathered by, an independent organization that tracks the death toll in the country, the preliminary death toll in Iraq for October is 1,095 – the highest since April 2008, when 1,273 people were killed.

Of the 1,600 people who sustained injuries, 1,445 were civilians, while just 67 were soldiers, and 88 policemen. The data also showed that 33 fighters were killed and 167 arrested.

The grim data was released as Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is in Washington for a meeting with President Barack Obama on Friday. The two leaders are expected to discuss the disturbing spike in Iraqi violence during his White House visit.

Despite heightened security measures being enforced nationwide, Iraq has failed to escape the clutches of a deadly cycle of violence that has left many people – witnesses as they were to years of bloodshed that followed the 2003 invasion and subsequent occupation of the country by the US military – desperate for a return to normalcy.

Violence in Iraq has been on the rise since April, when security forces initiated a deadly crackdown on Sunni protesters, many of whom believe they are being discriminated against by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s Shi’ite-led government.

Iraqi officials have attempted to thwart the rise in car bombings and suicide attacks by various means, including floating helium balloons, equipped with security surveillance cameras high above Baghdad, and by setting up hundreds of police checkpoints around the country. Thus far, such efforts have been mostly ineffective.

At the same time, identifying the perpetrators – Sunni, Shiite, Al-Qaeda or other – has proven a challenge since it is rare for any group to claim responsibility for attacks.

We know we have major challenges of our own capabilities being up to the standard. They currently are not,” Lukman Faily, the Iraqi ambassador to the US, told AP this week. “We need to gear up, to deal with that threat more seriously. We need support and we need help.

Faily emphasized, however, that the Iraqi people are not interested in US forces on the ground once again in the war-torn country.

We have said to the Americans we’d be more than happy to discuss all the options, short of boots on the ground.

But Shwan Zulal, an Iraqi and Kurdistan political analyst, said that by acquiring more military capability the Iraqi government will not solve the country’s terrible problems.

“Maliki feels he needs to consolidate his power and he needs to arm his army to make him stronger and have a more centralized government within Iraq, because he feels that way he can counter terrorism, but the reality is that the politics in Iraq is broken,” he told RT.

“The violence as a result of that, it’s not only because the army is weak but because Iraqi politics as a whole is dysfunctional and hasn’t worked for the last ten years,” He added.

In October 2011, al-Maliki’s government refused to allow US forces to remain in Iraq with legal immunity after the nine-year war formally came to a close.

Nearly 4,500 American troops were killed in Iraq between the 2003 invasion and the 2011 pullout. More than 100,000 Iraqis were killed in the same period.

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