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WHERE IS THE JIHAD FOR PALESTINE

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These millions who demonstrate in Egypt would really have saved the world had they demonstrated in front of the US embassy to ask for stopping the occupation of Libya , or the assault on Syria, or the support of Israel ,or the war on Yemen , or to lift the siege on Gaza or the sanctions on Iran , in addition to so many things that needed to be achieved. . These millions would saved Palestine had they demonstrated in front of the Israeli embassy in Cairo or in the Sinai desert on the borders with the usurping state. They would have changed the face of the world had they rallied to lift the siege of Gaza , had they opened wide the borders with Gaza and allowed Palestinians in Rafah and introduce all the goods and medications that are badly needed there .The Egyptians have demonstrated , but they have demonstrated against the US stooge and not for anything else , is there a greater waste than this rallying against an undesired president ? But the World Order is determined to carry on its scheme of wasting all energies and doing away with potentials, they are wasting their potential on trifles . They are using one after the other all the matches of the box until not one matchstick is left 
to dispel the coming darkness. If this is not a conspiracy on behalf of the World Order against Egypt and the Egyptians , then what is it??
These millions would saved Palestine had they demonstrated in front of the Israeli embassy in Cairo or in the Sinai desert on the borders with the usurping state. They would have changed the face of the world had they rallied to lift the siege of Gaza , had they opened wide the borders with Gaza and allowed Palestinians in Rafah and introduce all the goods and medications that are badly needed there .The Egyptians have demonstrated , but they have demonstrated against the US stooge and not for anything else , is there a greater waste than this rallying against an undesired president ? But the World Order is determined to carry on its scheme of wasting all energies and doing away with potentials, they are wasting their potential on trifles . They are using one after the other all the matches of the box until not one matchstick is left
to dispel the coming darkness. If this is not a conspiracy on behalf of the World Order against Egypt and the Egyptians , then what is it??
CONSPIRACY These millions who demonstrate in Egypt would really have saved the world had they demonstrated in front of the US embassy to ask for stopping the occupation of Libya , or the assault on Syria, or the support of Israel ,or the war on Yemen , or to lift the siege on Gaza or the sanctions on Iran , in addition to so many things that needed to be achieved. .
These millions would saved Palestine had they demonstrated in front of the Israeli embassy in Cairo or in the Sinai desert on the borders with the usurping state. They would have changed the face of the world had they rallied to lift the siege of Gaza , had they opened wide the borders with Gaza and allowed Palestinians in Rafah and introduce all the goods and medications that are badly needed there .The Egyptians have demonstrated , but they have demonstrated against the US stooge and not for anything else , is there a greater waste than this rallying against an undesired president ?
But the World Order is determined to carry on its scheme of wasting all energies and doing away with potentials, they are wasting their potential on trifles . They are using one after the other all the matches of the box until not one matchstick is left to dispel the coming darkness. If this is not a conspiracy on behalf of the World Order against Egypt and the Egyptians , then what is it??

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Abdul Rehman Khetran, Pakistani Politician, Arrested For Chaining Seven People In A Dungeon

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Abdul Rehman Khetran arrested

A Pakistani politician has been arrested after seven people were discovered tied up in a dungeon in his home.

The captives, including two women and three children, were discovered by police in the cellar of Abdul Rehman Khetran, a member of the conservative religious Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Party.

The police raid on the house in Baluchistan province was sparked after the politician’s private security guards attacked a police checkpoint on Sunday.

Following the discovery, Khetran and his son were taken into custody, along with six members of the family’s security team.

According to Reuters, the chained captives had been mistreated however Khetran remained defiant, telling local press that his arrest was politically motivated.

Last year it was revealed that a Surrey mansion which used to be a holiday home of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto reportedly now hosts sex parties and all night raves.

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The Saudi challenge to US Syria policy

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The priority for Geneva II, especially given the terrorism in Iraq and Lebanon, let alone the devastating humanitarian tragedy in Syria, should be a cease-fire and discussions of a transition to internationally supervised elections in Syria, as advocated by former US President Jimmy Carter, among others, including this column.

US Secretary of State John Kerry walks in the rain to his plane with Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal bin Abdulaziz al-Saud at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Jan. 5, 2014.  (photo by REUTERS/Brendan Smialowski)

US Secretary of State John Kerry walks in the rain to his plane with Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal bin Abdulaziz al-Saud at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Jan. 5, 2014. (photo by REUTERS/Brendan Smialowski)

Saudi Arabia begins 2014 with plans for an assertive regional policy which include continuing the war in Syria until president Bashar al-Assad is deposed.

Nawaf Obaid, a fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and a senior fellow at the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies, and someone with deep knowledge of Saudi decision-making, writes this week: “Of utmost importance for stability in the Arab world is the creation of a military force that can successfully deter Iranian activities and assist the Syrian rebels in bringing down the Assad regime in Damascus. A military command based at its new headquarters in Riyadh will be established in 2014. The Gulf command will be built into a 100,000 standing military force with the Saudis contributing anywhere between 50,000 to 75,000 troops. The ultimate objective is to guarantee that this new global powerhouse bloc will effectively dominate and significantly alter the political, economic and security landscape of the MENA region.”

The plan for a 100,000-strong Gulf command force, based in Riyadh, raises several questions about Saudi capabilities and intentions.

First, will other Gulf countries contribute to a regional army designed to challenge Iran and assist Syrian rebels and foreign fighters to overthrow Assad?  As this column reported last month, the trend in the Gulf may be in following the US lead and testing Iran’s diplomatic openness, and combating terrorism, rather than initiatives that contribute to even further tensions.

Second, is Saudi Arabia really considering bringing 25,000-50,000 foreign fighters for training in the kingdom to deter Iran and fight in Syria? Where would these fighters come from, and what would be the consequences of such an initiative, domestically and regionally, for Saudi Arabia? How might Iran respond?

Third, how effectively can Saudi Arabia project military power beyond its borders, besides Bahrain, and given its mixed military record in dealing with Yemen? The Turkish port of entry for Syrian fighters may narrow and soon close, a trend Al-Monitor has been covering. As Semih Idiz reports this week, a new report that the Turkish government is arming jihadists for Syria will likely result in further pressure on Turkey to crackdown on the border traffic of fighters and arms to Syria, especially as Ankara seeks to both keep the US close and improve ties with Iran, while Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan faces the worst domestic scandal of his premiership.

Or maybe the Saudi intention is simply to strengthen its leverage in advance of the Geneva II conference on Jan. 22. The Syrian National Council, a Saudi-backed bloc in the National Coalition of Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forcesannounced on Jan. 5 that it would not participate in the Geneva II conference

Geneva II got a potential boost on Jan. 5 when US Secretary of State John Kerry hinted that Iran might assist from the “sidelines, if not as a full participant in Geneva II. Al-Monitor broke the news of Iran’s welcoming the Geneva II initiative in an interview with Mohammad Khazaee, Iran’s permanent representative to the United Nations, in May. In an interview with Al-Monitor in September, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarifsaid that Iran is ready to help on Syria and would participate in Geneva II, but only if asked, and without conditions.

In addition to a possible role for Iran, the other good news for US Syria policy is that US Russia cooperation has allowed a re-energized Geneva diplomatic process which produced the US-Russia Framework for Elimination of Syrian Chemical Weapons, leading to UN Security Council Resolution 2118 and thereby avoiding the uncertain consequences of a US military strike. There are of course those who complain that the absence of a US strike on Syria was somehow a sign of American weakness, although the elimination of Syria’s chemical weapons is on course, and, according to a CBS/New York Times poll at the time, 68% of Americans did not believe the US had an obligation to “do something” in Syria and 82% supported the US-Russia agreement.

The Obama administration is crystal clear on the links between Syria and the expansion of terrorism in the region, especially following the escalation in violence in Iraq and Lebanon last week. In response to a question on Iraq, Kerry said on Sunday, “This is a fight that is bigger than just Iraq. This is part of the reason why the Geneva conference is so critical, because the rise of these terrorists in the region and particularly in Syria and through the fighting in Syria is part of what is unleashing this instability in the rest of the region. That’s why everybody has a stake. All of the Gulf states, all of the regional actors, Russia, the United States, and a lot of players elsewhere in the world have a stake in pushing back against violent extremist terrorists who respect no law, who have no goal other than to take over power and disrupt lives by force.”

The priority for Geneva II, especially given the terrorism in Iraq and Lebanon, let alone the devastating humanitarian tragedy in Syria, should be a cease-fire and discussions of a transition to internationally supervised elections in Syria, as advocated by former US President Jimmy Carter, among others, including this column.

The US does not have an interest in supporting a continuation of the war until Assad is overthrown.  There is no strategic rationale or moral high ground in fighting Assad until the end, or in not dealing with Assad, when the real-life consequences of a military solution are more war, more death, more refugees, and more terrorism for Syria and the region. As former US diplomat Ryan Crocker wrote in The New York Times last month, “We need to come to terms with a future that includes Assad — and consider that as bad as he is, there is something worse.”

The verdict on war crimes by the Assad regime and other warring parties can and should be dealt with by the Syrians themselves, assisted by the UN and the international community, following a cease-fire and transition.

Proponents of a military solution may rally to reports that Islamic Front forces have joined with the Free Syrian Army to battle Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) in northern Syria, as if this will give a second wind to the secular opposition, which are, regrettably, in decline and disarray. To the contrary, if true this trend, over time, would instead be more likely to contribute to the partition of Syria, to the continuation of the war, to the empowerment of Islamists with no democratic inclinations, and to the strategic benefit of Assad, who can sit back and let his adversaries fight in areas he may be willing to concede, at least for now, while the war rages for years, as he does not appear to be going anywhere.

The US needs Saudi Arabia on board for the success of any political process in Syria, and for reducing tensions with Iran. The Obama administration should continue to reassure Riyadh it is not being left behind and prefers it to be a full partner for potentially historic changes in 2014. But Washington should also make clear that its strategic and moral interests are in ending a war, not continuing it, and that the US will not be party in Syria to another costly regime change fantasy fueled by a centuries-old Sunni-Shiite conflict in which the US has no stake.

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Tel Aviv, Riyadh form bizarre alliance

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Who ARE those masked men?

Who ARE those masked men?

Watch the video at Press TV

Press TV has conducted an interview with Kevin Barrett, with the Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance, from Madison, over Saudi Arabia’s significant role in regional violence, particularly in Iraq and Syria.

What follows is an approximate transcription of the interview.

Press TV: The ISIL (the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) is an al-Qaeda group. Your perspective? Now, our guest Mr. [Jihd] Mouracadeh talked about their political agenda; I want to get into that; what do you think their real goal is?

Barrett: I think it has been pretty clear now for a number of years that al-Qaeda is a brand that was created by a certain segment of the imperialist and colonialist forces in the West to undermine the Islamic Awakening and to prevent the countries of the Middle East from reclaiming their freedom and independence.

Just to give you a couple of examples of what I am talking about: We heard just two weeks ago that two American Congressmen asked Congress to pass a resolution, demanding President Obama declassify the 2002 joint intelligence report that apparently, according to many leaks, shows that 9/11 was not perpetrated by nineteen al-Qaeda militants under control of a guy on dialysis in a cave in Afghanistan but rather it was attributed to one or more foreign intelligence agencies.

The leaks have generally pointed towards Saudi intelligence, which is really just a wing of US intelligence, and they have also to a lesser extent pointed towards Israeli intelligence.

We have US Senator Bob Graham on the record, saying that this is true, that these thirty-plus pages that have been classified and withheld from scrutiny by President Bush ever since they were published in 2002 do show that 9/11 was not what we were told, that it was an intelligence agency operation.

That shows that so-called al-Qaeda, which has been taking credit for this supposedly, even though Bin Laden denied it, is not what it seems.

Secondly, immediately after 9/11, Mohamed Heikel, who was a former high Egyptian government official, who is the leading political commentator in the Arab world, said that he broke out laughing when he was told al-Qaeda was responsible for 9/11; he said, ‘I laugh because I know what is there.’

He went on to say that he was in the Egyptian government, he was privy to the many intelligence agencies that had infiltrated and were running al-Qaeda; American intelligence, Saudi intelligence and Egyptian intelligence.

So, al-Qaeda has always been a false flag operation and it is designed to sow discord and violence and keep the Middle East in chaos so it can never win its independence.

Press TV: Your perspective on what Mr. Mouracadeh has said, basically he is saying that it is Syrian intelligence and many experts that we have talked to point the finger at Saudi intelligence being behind this terrorist group; your take, sir?

Barrett: Well, I do not think that Syrian intelligence is behind the destabilization of Syria through these foreign mercenaries and terrorists who have infiltrated Syria. I think Saudi intelligence is a much more logical suspect.

We know that Saudi intelligence was behind the false flag chemical weapons attack in Ghouta, the entire alternative media got that right in August and now Seymour Hersh has confirmed that using hard evidence from solid intelligence sources.

Even, the Obama administration and President Obama himself knew that Bandar Bush or Bandar Bin Sultan, the head of Saudi intelligence was almost certainly the real author of the chemical weapons attack in Ghouta in August.

Syria is being destabilized; the government was pushed to the brink by these terrorists, and trying to blame the Syrian intelligence for undermining its own government… I think it is pretty bizarre;  I had not even heard that before; I would really like to ask the other guest where he is getting that kind of information.

Press TV: Looking at the situation with the ISIL and from many experts who say that as I discussed before, we talked about Saudi intelligence being behind this, I want to look at this, we see Saudi Arabia in general, playing more and more of a direct and active role, what appears to be trying to basically destabilize the region.

First of all, I want your perspective on, if you agree with that assessment and if so, why are they doing that and how likely is it to backfire on them? is it not a gamble in the long run?

Barrett: It absolutely is; it is a huge gamble, but if the kind of strategy that you expect from colonial forces in an occupied region when their side is losing… the Israelis and the Saudis today are on the wrong side of history as the Middle East is starting to win its independence and for that reason these colonialist puppets in Saudi Arabia and Israel are becoming extremists.

The same way that the Algerian puppets, as French Algeria was about to fall, became extremists and started running around, just randomly killing huge numbers of people; more than a million Algerians were slaughtered as France was being forced to pull out of Algeria. These local forces in Algeria were trying to keep Algeria a colonized entity, [they] became extremely radicalized and extremely violent as they were on the brink of losing their colony.

The same thing is happening today in Saudi Arabia and Israel; both of those are essentially Western colonies; they would not exist in present form without massive support from the West, especially from the US.

Now, the US looks like it is tired of trying to maintain the old order in the Middle East, and particularly it is tired of supporting these lunatics in Saudi Arabia and Israel who are extremist already; and so, as the US starts to rethink its policy, the extremist forces that are running Saudi Arabia in order to keep vast amounts of money flowing to their Swiss bank accounts and lording it over their people, stealing oil revenues from the people in the Middle East, and the same kinds of puppets in Israel who are trying to steal more and more land for this crazy, fundamentalist, religious “God gave us this land, so we are going to kill everybody and take it for ourselves” kind of mentality; you know both of these groups are panicky, because they can see that the world is moving beyond this phase of a Western imperialist-colonialist Middle East.

So, they are desperately trying to destabilize the Middle East to slow this movement towards  autonomy. And I think that is really the bottom line; and that is why the Saudis and the Israelis have joined together in this really bizarre sort of colonialist  alliance  against the  changes that are taking place in the Middle East today.

Press TV: What do you think Dr. Barrett with the situation, what Mr. Mouracadeh has said, a power vacuum, looking at it from another perspective, do you think that, you talked about originally the origins of al-Qaeda and talked about Washington’s involvement in that.

Do you think that now the United States is going to distance itself from what many would call extremism out of Saudi Arabia and that we are going to see some changes in the area due to that?

Barrett: I would hope so. You know, trying to predict US government policy…there is still a strong neo-con lobby in Washington and they are just biding their time, hoping to seize power again as they did after September 11,which by the way they were the authors of.

So, it is not a sure thing yet that US Mideast policy is going to change in a more moderate direction.

I think the other guest though does have a point when he says there is a power vacuum because of the US withdrawal; that is just another way of saying exactly of what I said, because Saudi Arabia and Israel are not legitimate local actors: the Ibn Saud family would not own most of the Arabian Peninsula if it were not for Western support propping them up; likewise, the Zionists genocidal entity in occupied Palestine would not be there if it were not being constantly propped up by a total of trillions of dollars of US support plus vetoing every UN resolution; you know massive political support from the West has put that illegitimate entity in place.

So, yes … are fighting for this power vacuum, but the reason that they are fighting…they are just like the French puppet colonists in Algeria but they are not going to be there for ever.

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Erekat Wakes Up to The Peace Swindle

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Abbas is Still in Cuckoo Land

by  Stuart Littlewood

Erekat

The Times of Israel reports that Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat, who recently resigned (again) but mysteriously remains in post, said in an interview that the Palestinians will not agree to extending latest talks with Israel one minute beyond the allotted nine months, ending in April. 

Palestinian red lines make chances of US-mediated settlement slim

“The objective is to reach an agreement on all issues pertaining to a final-status deal. And according to the wording of the agreement with [US Secretary of State] Kerry, there will be no transitional or interim agreement.”

He said the US administration was trying to cut the talks short to preempt any attempt to extend ~them. In the meantime Israel was trying to thwart the peace process — and US efforts — in “every

way”, the latest example being an Israeli bill to annex the Jordan Valley, which passed a key ministerial committee last week.

Proper talks,which started last July, have not been held for two month owingto stalemate and unofficial meetings had been fruitless. Erekat said Washin-gton has yet to present the two sides with an official offer. Where exactly the US gets its authority to make any ‘offer’ without reference to (and fullcompliance with)international law and previous UN resolutions has never been clear to this writer.

We’re also told that Abbas, the de facto Palestinian president who is well past his clear-your-desk date, has written to Obama that the Palestine Liberation Organization, which represents the Palestinians to the outside world, will not accept Israel as a Jewish state, will not accept a Palestinian state with 1967 borders without Jerusalem, and will not accept any Israeli on Palestinian land, sea, air and border crossings after Israel’s withdrawal is completed.

Abbas - Representing a party but not a people

Abbas – Representing a party but not a people

Nor will Abbas accept any solution that does not grant potentially millions of refugees their right to return and be compensated, as per UN Resolution 194, and allow for the release of prisoners.

None of this is new or surprising; it’s standard stuff and should be unobjectionable, supported as it is by UN resolutions (unimplemented) and international law (unenforced).

According to the Times of Israel, Erekat said Abbas presented these preconditions to the Arab League, which passed them to UN Security Council member states.

This is Erekat’s strategy for appealing to the European Union to recognize the Palestinian state while at the same time appealing to various international bodies to sign treaties and protocols that would enable the Palestinian Authority to file a suit against Israel in the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague.

Erekat has also produced a crime-sheet of Israeli moves that undermine the peace process. Again, what’s new? Israel has been sticking two fingers up, for the whole world to see, all the years Erekat and Abbas have been involved.

In the name of God, go!

The confidential ‘Palestinian Papers’, leaked by Al-Jazeera in 2011, revealed the shambolic conduct of the so-called peace process and how the Palestinian team allowed the Israelis to walk all over them, with US help.

One of the leak’s sources, a French-Palestinian lawyer and former adviser to the PLO, Ziyad Clot, said in an article in The Guardian that the peace process was,

an inequitable and destructive political process which had been based on  the assumption that the Palestinians could in effect negotiate their rights and achieve self-determination while  enduring the  hardship of the Israeli occupation”. They were a deceptive farce whereby biased terms were unilate-rally imposed by Israel and systematically endorsed by the US and EU”. Theyexcluded for the most part the great majority of the Palestinian people: theseven million Palestinian refugees”. And, he said, “the PLO, given its stru-cture, was not in a position to represent all Palestinian rights and intere-sts”.

Oliver Cromwell

Oliver Cromwell

So why is Erekat still engaging in it? He was educated in political science in the US and conflict studies in England, so should be articulate and media-savvy.

He became chief negotiator in 1995. He occupies a king-pin position in the world’s hottest hot-spot but how often do we see him in the Western media?

When was the last time? He is possibly the least successful negotiator in the world, and where has that got the Palestinians? He also has a habit of resigning then popping up again. Is there really no-one else?

Furthermore, there’s still no sign that Abbas himself has got his backside into gear and commenced the necessary preparations for Palestine to activate the ICC and bring long-overdue war crimes charges against Israel.

It’s also a bit late in the day for Erekat to suddenly see the light. Does any of this actually take us nearer a sane justice process, as opposed to the shameful ‘kangaroo’ peace negotiations that Erekat and Abbas seem addicted to?

As Oliver Cromwell told the English Parliament in 1653:

“You have sat too long for any good you have been doing lately… Depart,     i say; and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!”

It might be appropriate for those same words to be addressed to Erekat and Abbas, and indeed the entire PLO and Palestinian Authority… the whole caboodle a futile waste of space.

 

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Academic Zionist agents in US go public

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by  Jim W. Dean, VT Editor    … with  Press TV,  Tehran

Turning their own tactics around on the Zios

Turning their own tactics around on the Zios

It seems that the American Studies Association’s (ASA) boycott resolution vote has rattled the Zionist cages.

They have proved that Veterans Today was right with our claim that academic espionage was one of the key areas where Israeli intelligence has invested major resources for a long time.

The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations (CoP), commonly Presidents’ Conference, has been chosen by the Israeli lobby to lead the counterattack against the ASA historic resolution reported by Press TV last week.

World media described the resolution breakthrough as a sign that the tipping point toward a full Israel boycott was getting closer.

The Israeli lobby bigwigs decided it was time to take risks to diminish the ASA move by stacking up a big list of university heads to oppose it. Robert Sugarman, the Conference’s chairman, and Malcolm Hoenlein, its executive vice chairman, said:

“This remarkable response is a clear declaration that American academia will not be party to the efforts to promote the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.”

Israeli espionage has concentrated for several decades now on subverting the leadership of any American institution that could ever be an adversary in terms of opposing Israeli crimes against humanity or their long-term exploitation of America to prop up its failed economy.

The Zionist elites have looted Israel just like our own elite banksters and multinationals have done here. As Thomas Jefferson famously said, “Merchants have no country.

We should all individually thank the ASA and let them know we stant with them.

We should all individually thank the ASA and let them know we stant with them.

While the ASA academic boycott resolution was a membership vote, the Israeli lobby defense has been to trigger all of their university president and chancellor friends, many of them assisted in their careers to be useful when the time came.

That time is now. On their website, the CoP led with a typical controlled asset, slipping in the Holocaust hustle right at the top of their propaganda list.

President of Rider University Mordechai Rozanski dutifully wrote to the Conference,

“As the son of Holocaust survivors, I join the Association of American Universities and the American Association of University Professors in strongly rejecting the ASA boycott of Israeli universities. I consider it antithetical to our core principle of academic freedom and contrary to the free exchange of ideas so essential to the advancement of scholarly activities.”

Another hand-picked example they featured was the University of Delaware’s Patrick T. Harker:

“The University of Delaware rejects the decision of the American Studies Association to endorse an academic boycott of Israel. Such a boycott is fundamentally incompatible with the principle of academic freedom.”

Left out of his response was that the ASA resolution did not cover individual Israeli academics, just those associated with Israeli government institutions. It was a targeted boycott resolution.

Mr. Parker, on advice of his handlers I suspect, avoided any mention of Israel’s long history of suppressing Palestinian academic freedom, along with all of their other freedoms, like serving in the military, judiciary, or law enforcement, or even going to the beach.

Once again, we see Israeli espionage sticking to its tried and true strategy of framing the aggressors as the victims. They will use it as long as it works. And we thank the Council of Presidents and their academic shill network for giving us a current roadmap as to who and where they all are. We will look forward to giving them some of their own medicine in 2014, something they have never had.

Christian Zionists like John Hagee are religious Joanathan Pollards in terms of the national security damage they do

Christian Zionists like John Hagee are religious Joanathan Pollards in terms of the national security damage they do

Israeli intelligence has long known that the day of reckoning for their crimes awaited them at some point in the future and mapped out a plan to have blocks in place for the most predictable avenues of challenge.

On the religious front, when the American Left abandoned Israel for the Sabra and Shatilla massacres, they just sped up the deployment of their Christian Zionist 5th column.

Unknown, middle-of-the-night TV evangelists, became prime time personalities and money began pouring into their outreach programs.

Some of the high-end preachers were even flying around on Lear jets. One of these jets was a loaner from Israel for a few years, picked up on by US intelligence of course. In return for helping in building their TV evangelical empires, they agreed to push the Zionist propaganda onto their flocks, becoming Christian jihadis before the Muslim equivalent had emerged.

The American Christian Zionist leaders became blank check supporters for all things Israeli, a one-issue voting bloc in that regard. The Christian Coalition emerged as their political arm with plastic smile, phony Christian Zionist Ralph Reed at its head until his fall from grace for corruption.

Oh yes - Guess who Time magazine is in bed with?

Guess who Time magazine is in bed with?

When Reed was running for governor, we board members of the Georgia Heritage Council in Atlanta helped crush his political career through a year-long exposure of his history of shady dealings behind his Christian Coalition front.

He was backed by the Israeli lobby for Georgia’s Lt. governorship to prime him for governor and then national office as a vice presidential candidate or Senator.

Primary challenger Casey Cagle was only polling 15% in the early Republican primary when we at GHC with Jeff Davis at our helm started dropping the 120 news scandal stories we collected on his Indian casino and Jack Abramoff scandals, including shipping weapons to West Bank settlers.

While Reed and his crowd thought it would all blow over, we published about three stories a week with every nasty detail we could find and Reed steadily went down, down, down in the polls until he was even persona non grata at the Christian Coalition.

This is how Israeli political espionage works in America. The goal is always the top positions as everything else comes along with that.

Israeli academic spying has a long history here. Israeli kids were pulled into the Hillel groups, where one of their duties was to spy on other students and teachers to collect any written or spoken evidence of their feelings about Israel.

There were only two categories… those they could control and those they could not. The latter were all deemed threats and had to be managed as such in the old Soviet fashion of being ‘watched.’

Clipping files were built up on all of them to use at a future date as needed, to assist or destroy someone who could help or impede Zionist goals and Israeli intelligence here.

Israeli intermarriage was a growing issue and the Hillel groups also focused on what Deborah Lipstadt of Emory University here in Atlanta described as ‘holocausting the race.’ Israeli girls were urged to not poison the blood line with the tainted goyim.

Deborah Lipstadt won the trial againts Irving legally, but the transcript revealed she took instructions to target him

Deborah Lipstadt won the trial against David Irving legally, but the transcript revealed she took instructions to target him.

The top students of these activities found themselves being moved onto political staff positions in Washington to spy on their fellow office workers and all those coming to see their Congressman, an early warning system to spot anyone deemed not to be pro-Israel enough.

Pro-Israeli university teachers and administration people found their upward career paths much easier than those who were not.

And the big prize for Israeli intel in academia of course was to have controlling influence over the presidents and chancellors and their respective boards of trustees or regents on anything touching Israeli policy, just like they had in Congress.

Among much of America’s top academic community – those running the institutions – you find few moral challenges over Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians, WMDs, international terrorism, money laundering, market manipulations, slavery, blood diamonds, etc.,… the list goes on and on.

You would need to hire your own spy agency to find any reference to their opposing the crimes supported by their lobby friends. They have been neutralized by putting them on the Zio team.

These top academic administrators have betrayed the very essence of American academic values, and we thank them for making it easier to expose them for it.

Americans watch our Congress humiliate the country when the Zionist lobby tests their loyalty through several pro-Israeli resolutions every year. They use the votes to count noses for who remains on the funding list and who will be targeted for opposition in the next election. This is a form of political terrorism that has gone on here for years.

I have seen Congressmen literally turn white when asked a scary question about the lobby. My favorite one is, “Do you think Israeli intelligence networks should be wiped out here, wherever they are?”

While much of this intimidation work is done quietly, in the political arena it is usually a Roman circus event so all can view Israeli intimidation in action. It actually helps them in recruiting more agents and assets… to show that no one can lay a glove on them. And I must say, sadly, that it works.

Israel must be totally isolated until it agrees to a complete demilitarization just like Japan after WWII

Israel must be totally isolated until it agrees to a complete demilitarization just like Japan after WWII

But academia infiltration and co-option at the top was an area where the Zionist lobby always wanted to stay below the radar to lessen the chances of any grassroots blowback from the grassroots majority.

Once you control the top university people, that gives you the tools needed to publicly lynch vocal and visible critics of Israel by having their tenure denied and even being fired.

This has literally been their campus terror campaign… to keep your mouth shut or else.

For this bragging by the Council of Presidents about their current list of top academic supporters to help protect Israel’s continuing crimes against humanity, we can’t thank them enough. We already had lists for Congress, the judiciary, and even law enforcement and the Pentagon, but not a good one for academia.

We are off to a good start for 2014. Let us roll up our sleeves and push forward for a full boycott of Zionist Israel, including the demand of full reparations for everything taken from the Palestinians. Let us build a moral wall around the criminal entity to protect the rest of us from their scourge.

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Pappe’s discomfort

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by Gilad Atzmon
This is Gilad Atzmon writing about Ilan Pappe.

Up till now, largely because of his clear courage and decency, Pappe has been exempt from criticism. But his blindness must surely by now, have become at least partly conscious and therefore willful.



Ilan Pappe is an important voice. One of those courageous historians, brave enough to open the Pandora box of 1948. Back in the 1990s Pappe, amongst a few other Israeli post-Zionists, reminded Israelis of their original sin – the orchestrated, racially-driven ethnic cleansing of the indigenous people of Palestine – the Nakba.
But like many historians, Pappe, though familiar with the facts of history, seems either unable to grasp or reluctant to address the ideological and cultural meaning of those facts.
In his recent article, When Israeli Denial of Palestinian Existence Becomes Genocidal, Pappe attempts to explain the ongoing Israeli dismissal of the Palestinian plight. Like Shlomo Sand, Pappe points out that Israeli President Shimon Peres’ take on history is a “fabricated narrative.”
So far so good, but Pappe then misses the point. For some reason, he believes that Peres’ denial of the Palestinian’s suffering is a result of a ‘cognitive dissonance.’ i.e. a discomfort experienced when two or more conflicting ideas, values or beliefs are held at the same time.
But what are those conflicting ideas or values upheld by Israelis and their President which cause them so much ‘discomfort’? Pappe does not tell us. Nor does he explain how Peres has sustained such ‘discomfort’ for more than six decades. Now, I agree that Peres, Netanyahu and many Israelis often exhibit clear psychotic symptoms, but one thing I cannot detect in Peres’ utterances or behavior is any ‘discomfort’.
I obviously believe that Pappe is wrong here – expulsion, ethnic cleansing as well as the ongoing abuse of human right in Palestine, are actually consistent with Jewish nationalist supremacist culture and also with a strict interpretation of Jewish Biblical heritage.
Pappe writes, “The perpetrators of the 1948 ethnic cleansing were the Zionist settlers who came to Palestine, like Polish-born Shimon Peres, before the Second World War. They denied the existence of the native people they encountered, who lived there for hundreds of years, if not more.” Here Pappe is correct, but then he continues: “The Zionists did not possess the power at the time to settle the cognitive dissonance they experienced: their conviction that the land was people-less despite the presence of so many native people there.” But Pappe fails to point at any symptom of such a dissonance. Could it be that the Director of the Palestine Studies at the University of Exeter is just ignorant?
Certainly not, Pappe is far from being ignorant. Pappe knows the history of Zionism and Israel better than most people. He knows that ‘Zionist settlers’ like ‘Polish-born Shimon Peres’ were ideologically and culturally driven. But then why would a professor of history attempt to turn a blind eye to the ‘ideology’ and the ‘culture’ of those early Zionists?
The early Zionists, were neither blind nor were they stupid. They saw the Arabs in the land of Palestine – in the fields, in the villages and in the towns – but, being driven by a racial, supremacist and expansionist philosophy, they probably regarded the Arab as sub-human and so easily dismissed their rights, their culture, their heritage and indeed, their humanity.[1]
But, even though a cultural and ideological analysis resolves the proposed alleged ‘dissonance’ and illuminates the historical complexity, Ilan Pappe avoids elaborating on those issues. I have a good reason to believe that the truth is just too offensive for Pappe’s audience to digest. So instead, Pappe continues with his psychological model: “They (the Zionist) almost solved the dissonance when they expelled as many Palestinians as they could in 1948 — and were left with only a small minority of Palestinians within the Jewish state.”
Yet again, it could be helpful if Pappe provided the necessary ‘historical’ evidence that would prove that the Nakba, was indeed an attempt to ‘resolve an internal Zionist collective cognitive dissonance’. I assume that Pappe knows very well that it is actually that lack of such a “cognitive dissonance” that drives a few Israeli individuals such as Uri Avnery, Gideon Levy and Pappe himself towards universalism, humanism and pro-Palestinian activism.
I guess that Pappe’s new cognitive analytical model is telling us very little about Zionism, Israel or Shimon Peres but it actually tells us a lot about Pappe and the grave state of the Palestinian solidarity intellectual discourse. The discomfort he talks about is in fact his own: the clash between known and accepted facts and logical conclusions and the task he has accepted of squaring the circle, of wrapping up a racist, supremacist project in psychobabble wrapping and presenting it as nothing less than a pandemic of ‘cognitive dissonance.’
For some reason many of us insist on producing ‘inoffensive’ chronicles of Israeli barbarism and Jewish nationalism that attempt to mask and deflect from rather than pointing to the obvious cultural and ideological kernel of the problem.
Yet, the question that bothers me is how is it possible that a leading academic exhibits such a problematic understanding of a conflict after studying it for three decades.
The answer is pretty embarrassing. Pappe is actually a serious scholar and a gracious human being. However, in the current intellectual climate, Pappe, like many others cannot freely explore the truth of Zionism and the Jewish State. The shocking truth is that Pappe was much more provocative and intellectually intriguing while teaching in Haifa University than now when he directs the institute of Palestinian Studies at Exeter University. It is a fair assumption that telling the truth about the culture that drives the Jewish State would cost Pappe his UK academic career and obviously the support within the Jewish so-called ‘left’, let alone the Soros funded Palestinian collaborators.
So instead of searching for the truth, Pappe and others end up searching for some ‘inoffensive’ models – anything to sustain the image of ‘solidarity.’
I do not have any doubt that Pappe knows by now that Israelis are far from being tormented by the Palestinian plight. They are not exactly regretting the Nakba either, they certainly do not sob over their past racist assault on the people of the land of Palestine. And as Israeli polls reveal time after time, most Israelis would support a second Nakba as much as they supported the criminal carpet bombardment of civilian population at the time of operation Cast Lead. Pappe knows very well that Israeli racist policies and collective attitudes are culturally and ideologically, rather than politically driven. Israel is the Jewish State and its politics is dictated by a new Hebraic interpretation of Jewish culture and Judaic heritage.
Pappe is a humanist and I want to believe that in the small hours, he himself feels some discomfort. Deep down, Pappe must know the truth. He knows what drives Zionism and Israeli militarism. He knows it all but, for obvious reasons, he must keep silent and wraps the conflict up with faulty terminology and ‘inoffensive’ cognitive models.
Instead of engaging in an open discourse and digging into the truth of the conflict, we see our leading scholars actively engaged in concealment of the truth. This is actually a tragedy, for the Palestinian Solidarity discourse is now an intellectual desert. We have murdered and buried our most inspirational thinkers[2] and poets. We replaced them with rigid slogans and banal Herem[3] culture.
Interestingly enough, by the time Pappe finished writing his paper, he himself was no longer so convinced by his own model. He writes, “It is bewildering to learn that the early Zionists denied the existence of Palestinians in 1882 when they arrived; it is even more shocking to find out that they deny their existence — beyond sporadic ghettoized communities — in 2013.”
The meaning of this is clear: we are dealing here with a total and categorical dismissal of otherness. This is not a symptom of ‘cognitive dissonance’ but rather a historical continuum of a psychopathological condition that is inherent to the politics of the chosen. It is the direct outcome of Judeocentric supremacy – the very domain Pappe and others prefer not to tackle.
At the end of his paper, Pappe claims that Peres is a ‘madman’ who ignores“millions and millions of people, many of them under his military or apartheid rule while he actively and ruthlessly disallows the return of the rest to their homeland.” But if Peres is a ‘madman’, he is unlikely to be riddled with discomfort. If Peres is mad he is not in a state of ‘dissonance’, struggling to integrate conflicting ideas. On the contrary, Peres is, in his awfulness, entirely at peace with himself.
As far as I am concerned, Shimon Peres is not mad at all. He is evil, coherent and consistent. He is the president of the Jewish State and it’s high time that Ilan Pappe openly faced up to this – and to what it means.
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[1] Interestingly enough, it was actually the notorious right-winger Zionist Vladimir Jabotinsky who was amongst the first to deal with the necessity to address the complexity of dealing with the indigenous population within the context of the Zionist dream. It was the rabid ultra-nationalist Jabotinsky, rather than the Zionist ‘left’ who regarded the Arabs as proud, highly cultural people that must be confronted militarily. In that regard, I would recommend reading Vladimir Jabotinsky’s Iron Wall.
[2] Just in the last year we have seen the BDS campaigning against Prof Norman Finkelstein, Greta Berlin, MP George Galloway and many others.
[3] Hebrew word for Excommunication and Boycott

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World Jewish Congress approves resolution calling for criminalizing Holocaust denial

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Zio_Nazi Rabbi Ovadia Yosef   ” SHOAH’
Haaretz
The World Jewish Congress approved on Tuesday a resolution that calls on countries around the world, “in particular those whose Jewish populations were decimated in the Shoah,” to outlaw the public denial of the Holocaust, and where appropriate constitutional provisions exist, to consider banning neo-Nazi parties.

The resolution also urges Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and other national leaders and legislators in Europe to join the 125 legislators from more than 40 countries in signing the 2009 London Declaration on Combating Anti-Semitism.

The WJC decided to hold its Plenary Assembly in the Hungarian capital as an expression of solidarity with the local Jewish community in the city, who have been under threat of rising anti-Semitism ever since the extreme right-wing Jobbik Party won a relatively large share of the vote in the last election.

The WJC resolution, supported by hundreds of delegates from Jewish communities around the world, urges the Hungarian authorities “to take effective measures including by enacting and enforcing legislation, for the protection of all citizens and residents of this country, in particular vulnerable minorities such as the Roma and the Jews, against threats of violence, racist hate and insults and the denial of the Holocaust.”

On Sunday night, the Hungarian prime minister opened the Plenary Assembly promising to act more forcefully against anti-Semitism, although he did not specifically mention the Jobbik Party, which captured 17 percent of the vote in the 2010 election. WJC officials expressed disappointment with his speech, which to their minds lacked substance.

In the resolution, the WJC calls on Hungary “to recognize that the ideology and the actions of the Jobbik movement and its subsidiaries, including the New Hungarian Guard, pose a fundamental threat to Hungary’s democracy, and that decisive action by all democratic forces against these contemporary expressions of extremism must now be taken.”

The resolution also expresses concern about recent signs of rising anti-Semitism in Ukraine.

Earlier today, the Plenary Assembly heard about a new legislative initiative in Greece, which promises a radical crackdown on anti-Semitism and other forms of racism in the country. David Saltiel, the head of the country’s Jewish community, who reported on the development, said the legislation will be submitted to parliament in the coming days, following the Easter holiday break.

According to the legislation, any individual or group that incites against or acts violently toward other individuals or groups “because of their racial origin, the color of their skin, their religion and/or their sexual preferences” could be punished with three months to six years in jail and be fined up to 20,000 euros. The same punishments would apply to Holocaust denial and the National Socialist salute. The legislation also stipulates that if a parliamentary party chief is found to be in violation, public funding for his or her party would be suspended.

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Take I$raHell to the ICC, Abbas or GET OUT of the WAY

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Samuel Dowell

for Salem-News

Abbas does not speak for Palestine. He cannot sign or agree to any “agreement” for the Palestinians. If he agrees to a U.S. Framework Agreement that gives away Palestinian rights, he is a Traitor.

(WASHINGTON, DC) – It is time for Palestine to Sign the Rome Statute and take Israel to the International Criminal Court. If it is necessary to be a member state at the U.N. in order to sign the Rome Statute, the UNGA will approve that.

 

These bogus “Peace Talks” are only used by Israel for propaganda purposes and used to further the occupation. The people must demand that the “Peace Talks” end.

Abbas needs to stop standing in the way and allow Palestine to proceed:  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/palestinianauthority/10539025/Palestinian-Authority-threatens-Israel-with-The-Hague-over-settlement-building.html

The Palestinian Authority MUST be informed that if they do not take Israel to the International Criminal Court that they will be removed.

Abbas does not speak for Palestine. He cannot sign or agree to any “agreement” for the Palestinians. If he agrees to a U.S. Framework Agreement that gives away Palestinian rights, he is a Traitor.

      In May 2012, Abbas told a pro-Israel J-Street delegation that he was afraid that one of the prisoners on a hunger strike might die.

    He said, “I am afraid, God forbid, that the security system here will collapse.”
    He added: “I told the Israelis: ‘Please, please, please. They have some demands. If you do not respond to them and somebody today or tomorrow dies, it will be very, very disastrous for us.”
      “If they help me to get weapons, I’m helping them because I’m promoting security,” Mr. Abbas said of the Israelis.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/13/world/middleeast/palestinians-and-israelis-in-talks-to-end-hunger-strike.html?_r=0

Mr. Abbas needs to know that if he signs any deal giving Palestinian rights away, his people will eventually put him in prison.

The world must put an end to the Criminal Zionist Occupation. Zionist-controlled Washington’s influence is over.

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41 Palestinians dead from hunger, medical shortages in Palestinian besieged Yarmuk refugees camp

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A Syrian monitoring group said Friday it has documented the deaths of 41 Palestinian refugees in besieged Yarmuk camp as a result of food and medical shortages, including women and children.

“Food and medical shortages have killed at least 41 people in the past three months in Yarmuk” in southern Damascus, which has been under suffocating army siege ever since Zio-Wahhabi rat’s took control of it, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

Of the total, 24 have died as a result of malnutrition. The rest died either because of a lack of specialised treatment or because of a shortage of medicines, Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP.

According to the Britain-based group, which relies on a network of activists and doctors across Syria for its reports, three of the fatalities were children and 13 of them women.

“Among them was a one-day-old child who could have survived had there been incubators,” said Abdel Rahman.

The UN agency for Palestinian refugees has frequently warned about the dire conditions in Yarmuk.

On Thursday, UNRWA spokesman Chris Gunness described “extreme human suffering” in the camp, saying food shortages continued and that the absence of medical care had led to women dying in child birth.

Yarmuk was once home to some 170,000 people but tens of thousands have fled fighting in the camp.

Syria is officially home to nearly 500,000 Palestinian refugees, around half of whom have been displaced by Zio_Wahhabi rat fighting that broke out in March 2011, becoming refugees for a second time.

 

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