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Mark Dankof’s Open Invitation to Rabbi Aryeh Tuchman of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith in New York: Come Out of the Closet and Join Us

    

 
 
 
 
 
  

Mark Dankof on New Year's Eve, 2010 in San Antonio

 

Rabbi Aryeh Tuchman
Director, Library and Research Center

Assistant Director, Civil Rights Division
Headquarters: The Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith/New York
Phone: 212-885-7859
Fax:  212-885-5882

atuchman@gmail.com

Atuchman@adl.org

RE:  Your anonymous Internet posts at “J-Hate” on Mark Dankof, Dr. Paul Sheldon Foote of Cal State-Fullerton , Mark Glenn, Michael Collins Piper, Mark Weber of the Institute for Historical Review (IHR), and Press TV/Iran

Dear Rabbi Tuchman:

     You have been positively identified by IPS address and e-mail research/trace as the person posting materials anonymously on the Internet on all the individuals and entities mentioned above, including me, on a website entitled, “J-Hate.”

     I have begun researching you on the Internet since discovering your specific interest in me. Max Blumenthal’s April 13th, 2010 essay at Mondoweiss, entitled, “Propagandistic Anti-Semitism Report Raises The Linkage Issue,” links your name to that specific effort.  Blumenthal’s research and spin tells me a great deal on an initial basis, even as I continue to learn more ongoingly.

     As chronicled in my previous essay, “J-Hate:  Yes, Hate, but Also Cowardice,” you indicated to me via a message sent to my Word Press blog that it was your desire that I not discover your real identity.  The J-Hate site also failed to publish my comments e-mailed to it, in response to the initial posts that involved my name.

     Now that I am fully apprised as to your actual identity and role in all of this, I must say that I am mystified as to why you and the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith in New York would feel it necessary to engage in such cowardly and clandestine activity on the World Wide Web, especially since all of the figures targeted by your efforts are amenable to cordial and public conversation and debate about your perceptions and concerns.

     Personally, I find free and fair exchange of ideas in an honest forum and format to be eminently preferable to the utilization of innuendo, guilt-by-indirect-association, ad hominem attacks, and downright deliberate falsehood, especially when employed by someone of your stature who is dishonorably operating in a darkened closet (or is it a running subterranean sewer system?) in both New York and Tel Aviv.

     Proper, peaceful, and lawful exercise of Constitutionally-guaranteed First Amendment rights and freedoms in the public arena among people of good will with diametrically opposed political positions used to define the United States of America as the bedrock foundation of its government, its people, and its institutions.  What is happening in this country, Rabbi, as conveyed by actions like yours?  Perhaps more importantly, why is it happening?

     The ADL has a history too lengthy to recount here, but its fingerprints (and those of its sister organizations, the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Israeli Mossad) are all over several recent publicly outlandish embarrassments that are most suggestive of where this country is headed.

     The first is the public leak of the existence of the now-infamous Missouri Action Information Center (MIAC) report of several years ago, which your organization played a direct role in producing in conjunction with our Federal Homeland Security Department.  As chronicled in the Americans for Legal Immigration’s (AIPAC) advisory on MIAC, the SPLC, and your ADL:

ALIPAC is issuing a national advisory to all local, state, and Federal law enforcement agencies and officers, along with all DHS Fusion Centers, a warning against any reliance upon faulty and politicized research issued by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and Anti Defamation League (ADL).

A national scandal emerged in Missouri, after their MIAC Fusion Center issued an eight page document which made many false claims. The documents attempted to politicize police and cast suspicion on millions of Americans. The ‘Missouri Documents’, as they came to be called, listed over 32 characteristics police should watch for as signs or links to domestic terrorists, which could threaten police officers, court officials, and infrastructure targets.

Police were instructed to look for Americans who were concerned about unemployment, taxes, illegal immigration, gangs, border security, abortion, high costs of living, gun restrictions, FEMA, the IRS, The Federal Reserve, and the North American Union/SPP/North American Community. The ‘Missouri Documents’ also said potential domestic terrorists might like gun shows, short wave radios, combat movies, movies with white male heroes, Tom Clancey Novels, and Presidential Candidates Ron Paul, Bob Barr, and Chuck Baldwin!

The Southern Poverty Law Center was cited as a research source for the ‘Missouri Documents’. Furthermore, the attempt of these documents to cast suspicion of violent and life threatening behavior on millions of Americans who are concerned about these issues is consistent with the regularly released political materials of both the SPLC and ADL.

     A second and related incident crops up in the State of Kentucky, where it emerges at the Daily Paul site that Mr. Baldwin’s Constitution Party was similarly libeled as a “hate group.”  Surely you are aware that the Constitution Party was founded by ex-Nixon cabinet member Howard Phillips, of Jewish background, who also serves as chairman of Washington’s Conservative Caucus.  Phillips has been a Washington insider held in high personal esteem by both his friends and adversaries Inside-the-Beltway for decades.  The Constitution Party’s last two Presidential nominees, Michael Peroutka of Baltimore, and Chuck Baldwin of Pensacola, are an attorney-at-law and Baptist pastor respectively.  Like their counterparts Howard Phillips, Pat Buchanan, and Ron Paul, no sane person could detect anything about these men in ideological persuasion or personal life, that could possibly be used to support the notion that they and their political parties and followers represent any notions of racism, bigotry, violence, or advocacy of behaviors designed to threaten the Constitutional Republic each has dedicated his life to restoring.  The irresponsible characterizations and canards emanating from the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith and the Southern Poverty Law Center about all of this will not stand up to even cursory inspection and examination.

     And by now of course, you are also undoubtedly aware that I was the Constitution Party’s U. S. Senate candidate against Thomas Carper and the late William Roth, in 2000.  Since Senator Carper is friendly to the Jewish lobby and Israeli interests up on the Hill, why not pick up the phone and ask him what he knows about me personally?  Be sure to tell him what you and the ADL are up to in terms of updating your dossiers on me, along with Phillips, Peroutka, Baldwin, Buchanan, and Paul.  He can advise you accordingly on what to do with me in particular, once the raucous laughter dies down in his office.  . . .

     Finally, the ADL’s ongoing attempts to label Pat Buchanan as an “anti-Semite” are a matter of most interesting public record available for additional closer inspection. I notice that Eric Margolis, long-time international correspondent and contributor to the Toronto Sun and other syndicated outlets, has positively reviewed Buchanan’s book on the Second World War. Is Margolis now going to be pilloried for flirtations with advocates of  “extremism” and “hate” ? And what about millions of Americans and people world-wide who have concluded that Buchanan is a more than credible academic voice and historian in chronicling what has gone wrong with with the government, economy, and foreign policy of the United States?  Will all of these folks become a part of the computerized data base being developed by your office in New York?

     And speaking of the Toronto Sun, I have apparently been on your office’s radar screen since writing a Letter-to-the-Editor of that newspaper some years ago, in rebuttal of one Michael Coren, whose missal advocating the mass murder of Iranians via preemptive nuclear attack had been previously published there.  My rejoinder was re-posted by the Jewish Foundation of Greater Toronto

     I’m curious, Rabbi Tuchman.  Are my ideas in this letter to the Toronto Sun really beyond-the-pale, or do they not only reflect the point of view of millions of Americans if the truth be both known and told, but even the concerns of people in your own camp historically, as evidenced by the Los Angeles Times’ recent essay entitled, “In Israel, Growing Intolerance,” and Jerome Slater’s 2007 missal in Tikkun, “The Need Not to Know:  The American Jewish Community and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict ? 

     Or, conversely, are the dangerous neo-Nazi legions and denizens at the Los Angeles Times and Tikkun now joining Mark Dankof, Pat Buchanan, Ron Paul, Howard Phillips, Mark Glenn, Mark Weber, and Paul Sheldon Foote as future targets of a covert Hasbara Project operation of discreditation on your part, and that of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith?

     And for the goyim among us, there may be an additional question of clarification:  When does a mere sayan become a kidon?  And will the intended victims of what is developing be given the chance to purchase an additional bit of life insurance?

     One thing would seem not to be in doubt upon examination of the evidence.  The Old American Republic is being traded in for its replacement by an ominously repristinated Stalinism, both in domestic and foreign policy.  Mark Weber’s essay at the Institute of Historical Review on the old Russian model and revolution may be applicative here.

     Let’s face it.  Like Old Uncle Joe’s predecessor version, we now have in the post-9/11 era in America, a proliferation of warrantless wire tapping and break-ins; accompanied by circumvention of the FISA court by several Chief Executives; and an entirely new version of American jurisprudence documented by James Bovard’s essay, “Assassin Nation,”  where a Justice Department lawyer named Douglas Letter argued last November 9th in Federal Court that the President of the United States has the authority to order the extra-judicial killing of American citizens, and that no Judge has the right to be “looking over the [Obama] Administration’s shoulder” where this program is concerned.

     Given this environment, what unease should be felt by law-abiding citizens of our land who express dissent from our government’s policies, including those American conservatives defamed in the MIAC report?  What about the fears of decent Arab-Americans and Iranian-Americans who live in an age of burgeoning Islamophobia?

     Notably, this loyal dissent by many profiled Americans left, right, and center, has involved explicit criticism of the Israeli Lobby, of which the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith is but one component, and the government of the Zionist State of Israel. 

     I, for one, do not support handing $10 billion a year to Israel in American taxpayers’ money, to continue enabling the latter to illegally occupy territories denied to it by international law.  I don’t support the continuation of the laughable campaign finance laws in this country that have allowed some 30-odd PACs connected to the Israeli Lobby to flood the American electoral process with money guaranteed to enable a foreign power to exert its undue influence in our Congress, especially by packing its hand-picked emissaries in disproportionate numbers on Committees and Sub-Committees related to Intelligence, Foreign Policy, Homeland Security, and Appropriations (as chronicled by the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs).

     I especially protest Israel’s criminal attack last May on the Mavi Marmara Freedom Flotilla in international waters, and the murderous policies being pursued in Gaza which culminated in this atrocity.  I do not support Israel’s resort to “targeted, extra-judicial killings” (read “assassinations”), anymore than I support these practices when used by any government on the planet, including my own.  And despite recent the endorsement of the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK) by Rudolph Giuliani, Frances Townsend, Clare Lopez, Dr. Raymond Tanter, Tom Tancredo, and other American Neo-Conservatives with connections to Israel’s Lobby and its intelligence agencies, I continue to affirm what the record shows—that the MEK is indeed a Marxist terror organization with a long history of shed blood, and that its recent claims of responsibility for various acts of murder and mayhem in Tehran, and in the Diyala, Balochistan, and Azerbaijan provinces in Iran, reveal the less-than-hidden hand of the Israeli Mossad and American CIA in these events. Is murder truly murder, and terror truly terror, regardless of the identity of perpetrators and victims, or shall it be excused by the Israeli Lobby and its agents of influence in the American government in this situation, as it was in the Irgun’s bombing of the King David Hotel in 1946, and in the subsequent celebration of this latter criminal event by Mr. Netanyahu and Company as chronicled in the Sunday Times

     Finally, in the wake of the Jonathan Pollard and Rosen-Weissman spy cases (see ex-CIA station chief in Turkey Philip Giraldi’s new article on the latter), the Lavon Affair, the PROMIS affair, and Israel’s premeditated attack on the USS Liberty (a judgment shared by Dean Rusk, Richard Helms, and Admiral Thomas Moorer), I most certainly oppose the American government’s inexplicable, ill-advised, and little-examined policy of sub-contracting lucrative and sensitive business related to the functions of domestic and international telecommunications; Homeland and TSA-related airport security operations; legitimate American military and intelligence agency work; and essential domestic law enforcement and investigatory projects and functions at both the Federal and State level, to Israeli-owned and affiliated front groups and companies. 

     For reasons that should be painfully obvious by now, that includes our government’s ill-fated involvement with the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith and Southern Poverty Law Center in profiling and demonizing honest American citizens, as both your clandestine role with the JHate web site and the aforementioned MIAC report fiasco illustrate.  Taken in conjunction with Mr. Giraldi’s new research on the AIPAC spy case, it is clear to many that both your organization and the latter should be defined as registered agents of a foreign regime under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), and forced to comply with the spirit and the letter of its stipulations. 

     One additional recent public revelation that illustrates the point should be included.  This involves the role of the Mossad-affiliated Institute of Terrorism Research and Response organization (with headquarters in Philadelphia and Tel Aviv) in conducting officially commissioned profiling of American citizens in the State of Pennsylvania for covert investigative purposes.  The tragic-comedic results of this contractual relationship are available for all to see through Google search, including the official apology of Governor Ed Rendell for the actions of ITRR while on his State’s payroll.  It is my understanding that the contract has since been canceled.  But it begs the question:  Is your activity at J-Hate, and ITRR’s activity in Pennsylvania, the tip of the iceberg?

     I join, however, with colleague Michael Collins Piper, once the subject of an ADL spying operation, in calling for our new Republican Homeland Security Subcommittee Chairman, Representative Peter King of your home state of New York, to lead an investigation in Congress of this entire insidious spider web, and for the subsequent results of his Committee’s work to be made openly available to the American people.  This includes names of companies, financial figures, how specific contracts were granted to the organizations and individuals in question, and how the entire problem developed in the first place.  It should make for interesting reading.

     Finally, Rabbi Tuchman, I offer two (2) sincere invitations.  The first is for you to be a special guest on Mark Glenn’s The Ugly Truth for sure, and perhaps on Press TV/Iran as well, to discuss many of these issues related to our respective views and concerns, in an open and fair atmosphere of civility and charity.  It would be our intention to include Howard Phillips of the Constitution Party; Dr. Paul Sheldon Foote of Cal-State Fullerton; Mark Weber of the Institute of Historical Review (IHR); Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX); Patrick J. Buchanan; and Dr. Paul Craig Roberts in these on-air chats, which may well prove stimulating enough for a multiple number of shows and appearances to be scheduled and produced for the international listening and viewing audiences.  I reiterate that this invitation is heartfelt and sincere.  I have sent this open letter to the folks at Press TV/Iran in the hope that they might consider an invitation to you in this identical spirit.

     The second invitation is issued clergyman-to-clergyman.  I invite you to repent of the practice of posting questionable materials on the Internet anonymously, and to consider the condition of your own heart, and that of colleagues like Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, when it comes to automatically assigning malignant motives rooted in racial and religious bigotry and malicious hatred to those who disagree with the Zionist agenda for both America and the world, while seemingly excluding the live possibility that this may well explain many of Israel’s actions in the Middle East since the late 1940s and those of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith, both in the United States and worldwide. 

     Come out of the closet and join us.  Let us reason together even as our disagreements are likely to remain deep and potentially unbridgeable.

Sincerely,

Mark Dankof

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Mark Dankof to Christian Science Monitor: The Republic Broadcasting Network and Fringe Right Extremism

 

 

 

 

 

Letter to the Editor
Christian Science Monitor
 
Dear Sir (s):
 
     As a Lutheran pastor and ex-host of “Mark Dankof’s America” on the Republic Broadcasting Network, I wish to respond to your recent articles by Patrik Jonsson, entitled “Guardians of the free Republics Tied to Texas Radio Station,” and “Guardians of the free Republics:  Could Threats Spark Violence?”
 
     It is clear that Sam Kennedy of the “Take No Prisoners”  show on the Republic Broadcasting Network, was clearly irresponsible in his reported actions taken in conjunction with the Guardians organization, apparently inextricably linked to the “sovereign citizens” ideology.  Much like its first cousin, the so-called Christian Identity movement, such groupings simply serve to discredit a larger American populist movement that has many legitimate grievances, and an equal number of intellectually respectable adherents.
 
     During my tenure with the Republic Broadcasting Network, a number of people in this latter category were guests on my show.  These people include Mark Weber of the Institute for Historical Review; Dr. Ron Larsen of Liberty Calling in Austin, whose possession of a Ph. D. in physics from Cornell University made him uniquely qualified to address issues related to the government’s official version of the events surrounding September 11, 2001; Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, assistant secretary to the Treasury under President Reagan; Dr. Paul Sheldon Foote of Cal State Fullerton University, an expert on the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (Mek/MKO); and Dr. David Duke, presently teaching history in the Ukraine.  Allowing these individuals to speak directly to my audience for themselves, and to be unfiltered by the lenses of American corporate media’s interpretation of their public personas and positions, was an invaluable exercise I do not apologize for.
 
     I had a much larger grouping of guests as well, including the ex-CIA station chief in Turkey, Philip Giraldi, now a Middle East consultant for Pat Buchanan’s The American Conservative; Ray McGovern of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) and preparer of National Intelligence Estimates (NIE) for the President of the United States; Dr. Ilan Pappe, author of The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine; Dilip Hiro, author of The Iranian Labyrinth and The Essential Middle East, and Middle East consultant for the BBC and The Economist; world renowed military historian Barrett Tillman, author of LeMay for the Palgrave Great Generals Series; and Ms. Jennifer Lowenstein, Middle East peace activist with academic connections at both the University of Wisconsin and Oxford University in England.  One presumes Mr. Giraldi may agree with some of my views; it is a safe bet that these other guests sharply deviate from my ideas in many areas of public policy.  Yet they have all been on my broadcast, much to the edification of my listeners.
 
     There is one other item of note that I hope you will not edit from my letter to your fine publication:  the clear benefit derived by the Southern Poverty Law Center and its sister organization, the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith (ADL), from the demonstrated irresponsibility of the Republic Broadcasting Network in providing an assist to Mr. Kennedy and the loon mentality of the “sovereign citizens” movement, in distributing the recent letter to American governors around the country, including Governor Rick Perry here in Texas.  This letter is a moral, political, and intellectual embarrassment to the respectable American populist and anti-neo-conservative Right, and should be repudiated unequivocally and without ambiguity.
 
     How does this faux pas benefit the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith?  In one obvious way–it assists these far-left organizations, working in conjunction with misguided elements of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department of Homeland Security, in demonizing law-abiding and faithful Americans who in fact, are tired of the disproportionate influence of the Israel lobby in formulating our nation’s foreign policy and unduly influencing corporate news media in the United States; who see the over-extended character of the American military posture abroad, including our present quagmires in Iraq and Afghanistan, as a long-term threat to both true American national security interests, and economic stability at home; who do not support the preemptive utilization of American and Israeli military force against Iran; who view the draconian expansion of federal budgets, debt, and foreign borrowing as a sword pointed at the throat of our Republic; who have watched globalist trade treaties facilitate the exportation of the previously formidable American manufacturing economic sector overseas; who understand with increasing alarm, the dangerous implications of warrantless NSA spying and other post 9-11 programs of federal intelligence and surveillance operations left unchecked by the Constitution, the Congress, and the FISA court; and who want the worse excesses of the Federal Reserve Board and the central banking system eliminated, and its perpetrators held accountable.
 
     John Stadtmiller of the Republic Broadcasting Network, and Sam Kennedy of the “Take No Prisoners” radio show, have handed these enemies of our movement, a serious propaganda coup in the national public embarrassment generated by the events of recent days.  Such situations that have occurred from time to time at that Network contributed to my own decision to vacate the premises, along with colleagues Mark Glenn and Phil Tourney of The Liberty Hour, who like me can only breathe a sigh of relief at the wisdom of our voluntary disaffiliation for other confines.
 
Sincerely,
 
 
The Rev. Mark E. Dankof
Mark Dankof’s America
San Antonio, Texas

Israel’s Agenda of Control and Death in Gaza: Coming Soon to an American Neighborhood Near You

Israel’s Agenda of Control and Death in Gaza: Coming Soon to an American Neighborhood Near You

by Mark Dankof

      Former U. S. Congresswoman and Green Party Presidential candidate, Cynthia McKinney of Georgia, has been sitting in an Israeli prison as one of the Free Gaza 21. She is now known as Israeli prisoner #88794. Her crime and that of her compatriots? In her own words, “. . .trying to take medical supplies to Gaza [by boat], building supplies–and even crayons for children.”

 

     As McKinney tells it, her own involvement with the Free Gaza movement, was precipitated by Israel’s Operation Cast Lead aerial assault on Gaza, which was launched in December of 2008. American taxpayers will be delighted to know that their conscripted monies on behalf of the Zionist State, funded unrestrained Israeli F-16 airstrikes on a captive population in Gaza, employing white phosphorus munitions, depleted uranium shells, robotic technology, DIME weapons, and cluster bombs. Word has it that Gaza has served as the laboratory testing ground for an entirely new generation of Israeli aerial weaponry, to be used at Tel Aviv’s discretion and with total disregard for international law or world political opinion.

     And Mr. Obama, like his predecessors, is engaging in a silence that is comprehensively deafening. Hugh Galford’s piece on Israeli PAC money in American elections, in the May/June Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA), provides the oh-so-familiar bottom line on why.

     But take heart, America. What is happening in Gaza, is coming to a community near you. Bet on it. Your own political and economic freedoms are in the crosshairs of the same folks. A totalitarian state is just around the corner in the United States, courtesy of the marriage of the Israeli intelligence apparatus and homeland security structures with their counterparts in this country, aided and abetted by the media and the U. S. government. This is the bottom line.

     The latest evidence of what has–and what will be–transpiring in the continental United States may be found in the current newsstand edition of Counter Terrorism: The Journal of Counterterrorism and Homeland Security International (Volume 15, No. 2, Summer 2009), in an article entitled, “International Corporate Profiles: Israeli Counterterrorism Institutes and Firms.” The magazine is published by SecureWorldnet of Arlington, Virginia, in cooperation with the International Association for Counterterrorism and Security Professionals, and the Counterterrorism and Security Education and Research Foundation.

     The article profiles 6 Israeli research institutes and commercial firms, representing only a sample of the total number of such organizations in existence. The reader will become acquainted with The International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT), and its commercial arm, Counter Terrorism Solutions (CST); The Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center (ITIC), part of the NGO known as the Israel Intelligence Heritage and Commemoration Center (IICC); the Shurat HaDin–Israel Law Center; Chameleon Associates LLC [formerly known as the Chameleon Group]; the Sdema Group; and The Institute of Terrorism Research and Response (ITRR).

     Of particular note to the American reader are the tentacles of these shadowy organizations in the continental United States, and the American institutions working with them on a public basis. These include the Syracuse University Maxwell School of Government’s Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT); the University of Pennsylvania; Boeing; SAIC; Hewlett-Packard; and Texas A+M University. American cities, especially Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, figure prominently as hosts for these Mossad and Shin Bet front groups. No American political figure of significant prominence has said a word about the existence and operations of the Israeli intelligence nexus within the continental United States, even subsequent to the Pollard, Ben-Zvi, and Rosen/Weissman AIPAC spy cases. Why?

     Those of us on the authentic American Right will have special interest in the Shurat HaDin–Israel Law Center, headed up by Ms. Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, an Israeli attorney. According to CounterTerrorism, Shurat HaDin “models itself on the groundbreaking work of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the American civil rights organization dedicated to bankrupting the Klu Klux Klan (KKK), neo-Nazis, and other White Supremacist extremist groups in the United States. Like SPLC, the law center’s goal is to economically cripple extremist groups in the Middle East and elsewhere. . . .”

     This is clearly ominous. The Southern Poverty Law Center and its partner in the predictive profiling of legitimate American citizens, the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith (ADL), have a working definition of extremism which simply demonizes anyone who opposes Israeli governmental atrocities, Zionist ideology, or the left-wing political and social agenda of the majority of Jews in the United States. The Constitution Party candidate for President in 2008, my good friend Chuck Baldwin, chronicles the notoriously illegal and outrageous character of the infamous Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) report, and the American Department of Homeland Security (DHS) missal, entitled, “Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment.”

     The latter piece of trash reveals that DHS is warning law enforcement in the United States, to be on guard against anyone who:

“. . . opposes illegal immigration, same-sex marriage, ‘free trade agreements,’ gun control, the ‘New World Order,’ ‘One World Government,’ the outsourcing of American jobs, the ‘perceived’ threat to U.S. sovereignty by foreign powers, abortion, ‘declarations of martial law,’‘the creation of citizen detention camps,’ ‘suspension of the U.S. Constitution,’ or the abridgement of State authority. Also branded are people who believe in ‘end times’ prophecies, and who ‘stockpile’ food, ammunition, or firearms.”

     Baldwin goes on to say that the sources of information for the report are The Southern Poverty Law Center, and the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith. (Baldwin, Cynthia McKinney, and Ron Paul were among the 3rd party Presidential candidates libelously depicted in these profiling reports as attracting the support of “extremists.” )

     Why is the mainstream American conservative movement and the Republican Party mute on what is happening, both in Gaza and in the destruction of the Old American Republic?

     As documented by Dr. E. Michael Jones in the April 2007 Culture Wars (pages 40-47) in an essay titled, “The Death of Conservatism,” it all began with the Jewish cooptation of William F. Buckley and National Review. Jones notes that the late Jew, Murray Friedman, proved it in his posthumously published magnum opus on Jewish influence in American politics, “The Neoconservative Revolution: Jewish Intellectuals and the Shaping of Foreign Policy” [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005, 303 pages]. According to Friedman, the Jewish activists who formed National Review and ran Buckley as their goyische front man, included Frank Meyer, Frank Chodorov, Morrie Raskin, and Willi Schlamm. Jones notes that:

     “What conservatism lacked in philosophical coherence, however, it made up for in effective political organizing techniques which its founding Jewish fathers’ remembered from their days in the Communist Party. Or from their days in Zionist terrorist organizations. In terms of organization, the most influential of Buckley’s ‘circle of Jews’ was a former communist who came to conservatism via Zionism, in particular via the terrorist organization known as Irgun Zvai Leumi. His name was Marvin Leibman and in addition to serving as publisher of National Review, he created the fund-raising technique known as direct mail, which would play a major role in the political movements surrounding Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan. In 1946, Leibman was captured trying to smuggle Jews into Palestine and held in a British detention camp in Cyprus for 15 days.”

     Thus, once Buckley and National Review were on board with their logistical and financial handlers, other Israeli front men subsequently served their Zionist masters in the infiltration of the American Right, including such frauds as Jack Kemp, Bill Bennett, Pat Robertson, John Hagee, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Ralph Reed. The endgame? Clearly it has proven to be the takeover of the American foreign policy and governmental establishments by Israel, the buyout of the American media, the destruction of this country’s once formidable manufacturing-based economy, and the continued declension of a sewage-seeped culture as embodied in the Jewish Hollywood establishment’s recent lionization of the late pedophile, Michael Jackson. Where does it end in this culture of death?

     My continued prediction: those who have financed the culture of death in America’s abortion industry, and who finance the continued extermination of Palestinians and Gazans with state-of-the-art American/Israeli military and surveillance technologies, will only be happy when a wider war with Iran is launched, courtesy of a false flag incident spun by the media moguls to fan the flames of public thirst for more Middle Eastern adventurism and mass murder.

     As Jesus said in the Olivet Discourse, “Watch.”

 

Written by Mark Dankof

July 24, 2009 at 5:20 am