‘Who will defend US from Israel?’ The Israeli Spy-Ring and 9/11
Jack Abramoff… Let me tell you something. He's a guy, he's an orthodox Jew running what is a corrupt lobby, this in no way reinforces negative stereotypes that people may have had towards, let's say, Jews. –Jon Stewart on Larry King LiveI posted this earlier on my own site. And due to certain visitors to this site, one of whom accuses me of being "anti-" (you supply the necessary adjective) and who for reasons unknown wishes to remain part-time anonymous, and another who wishes to enlist me in a progrom against "undesirables" that ultimately will include myself, I had second thoughts about posting it here. But those reasons are personal.
The fact remains that these things occured. The four consecutive reports were filed by Carl Cameron. AIPAC did demand the reports be removed from their site and are now fighting to have it obliterated entirely from the net. So I decided you should at least be given the opportunity to view it on its own merits, while you still can.
Should it be suppressed? Have a look and tell me what you think.
Here's a link to an article at underground gateway on the Cameron reports, the media blackout and what this means.
Here is an article by Wendy Marwen of Marwen Media on same. She also has DVD copies of the report forsale at her website.
And this chilling 14 December 2001 report by Justin Raimondo, A McCAIN MOMENT:
This story is also a devastating blow to the War Party and its plans for an all-out attack on Iraq. To understand why, we have only to listen to Senator John McCain – the most belligerent and tireless of the warmongers – going up against a skeptical Chris Matthews, who wanted to know if the Senator thought we should conquer Iraq and set up a military occupation. McCain looked pained, and replied: "I don't pretend to prescribe the exact strategy." Scott McConnell captured this McCain Moment well in a column for Antiwar.com:Imagine that. Chris Matthews, like Carl Cameron, was once a reporter. He once actually had it in him to ask questions, and tough ones. Makes you wonder what happened, doesn't it?
"Then he fell back to what he believed to be his Maginot Line, the argument that trumps all arguments. My nightmare – I have several nightmares about Saddam Hussein, but one of them is the that SCUD missile which he has. . . that's in the view of most, aimed at Israel. Aimed at Israel."
Well then, said Matthews, why doesn't Israel take them out?
McCain, stunned, hemmed and hawed for a moment, and finally said:
"Because I'm not sure we should ask the Israelis to do – to take care of a threat to the United States of America."
Matthews: "But you just said it was a threat to Israel."
McCain: "Well to world peace, I think."
Matthews: "No you said it was a threat to Israel. Why should the United States deal with a threat to Israel? Why don't we let Israel – we've been giving them $3 billion a year to defend themselves. Why don't we say, ‘Defend yourselves. You've got a clear fight. Go take Saddam out'?"
McCain: "Because I think it's our job. I think we're the world's leader and I. . ."
Matthews: "Our job is to defend Israel?"
Equating our "national interest" with the defense of Israel, McCain's answer was, essentially, yes. But no one said this was a mutual defense pact. Israel wants us to defend them: yet who, pray tell, will defend us from the Israelis?
In case you were wondering what gives me the right to speak my mind? I'm an American. I have every right to.
[Further articles by Raimondo]
This was originally posted by JC. But, it's back by popular demand