Tuesday, March 10, 2009


This article:
Breaking the Taboo on Israel's Spying Efforts on the United States by Christopher Ketcham goes in depth about wiretapping and spying in the U.S. and is a must read.

“Whether it’s a Democratic or Republican administration, you don’t bad-mouth Israel if you want to get ahead,” says former CIA counterterrorism officer Philip Giraldi. “Most of the people in the agency were very concerned about Israeli espionage and Israeli actions against U.S. interests. Everybody was aware of it. Everybody hated it. But they wouldn’t get promoted if they spoke out. Israel has a privileged position and that’s the way things are. It’s crazy. And everybody knows it’s crazy.”

Realize this: these technologies are progressive. Next month, next year, in the years to come, they will only get more advanced.


Iran: A Convenient Scapegoat by Philip Giraldi

"For them, Iran is a potential threat that has been demonized for years in the United States, and no one has ever lost votes by attacking the mullahs. Quite the contrary. To give Obama his due, he probably would like to see talks with Iran succeed, but he is assuming the worst and hedging his bets. He wants to have the powerful Israeli lobby on his side whichever way he turns. Clinton's unwillingness to negotiate is somewhat simpler. She is a faithful disciple of the Israeli lobby who does her annual pilgrimage to the AIPAC convention and says all the right things. She will not do anything that looks like accommodating the Iranians."


Update on the progress of the American media's war on Christianity can be seen here


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