On Friday evening, September 11, 2009, “Christian” Zionist Joel C. Rosenberg will mark the eighth anniversary of the Israeli false flag attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon with a new video and a national town hall meeting webcast “to discuss the threat of Radical Islam, the future of Israel, and the role of the Church in the Middle East.” Rosenberg’s presentation and video is no doubt a desperate attempt to promulgate the falsity that Iranian-based terrorists are planning to attack Israel and the US, and to prop up the fictitious account that Osama bin Laden and nineteen Muslim highjackers were the perpetrators of the attacks. Rosenberg’s webcast probably won’t go so far as to link Iran to the attacks of 9/11 like the Bush Administration and the criminal corporate media did with Saddam Hussein and Iraq, but it will use the same shameful tactics as the GOP used at 2004 Republican National Convention to link Saddam Hussein and Iraq to 9/11. By referencing the 1979 Iranian seizure of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran along side the attacks of 9/11, Rosenberg will attempt to portray that Iranian revolutionaries and terrorists are attempting to attack America with a nuclear or biological weapon.
Rosenberg is a NY Times best-selling author who now, in hindsight, appears to have had some kind of prior knowledge of the events of 9/11 when the fictional accounts in his book, The Last Jihad, mirrored the alleged high-jackings of airplanes and crashing them into the twin towers by Muslim terrorists on September 11, 2001. In true Zionist fashion, Rosenberg regularly appears in the controlled media in America and Canada and often invokes the tragedy of 9/11 in order to justify the US government’s continuation of its disastrous Middle East policies. Rosenberg, who’s father was a Jew and his mother a Gentile, seems to hold the hard line Israeli/ Zionist view of the Middle East and contempt of all Muslims. He cleverly disguises this hatred by referring to Muslims in general as “radical Islamists”; a nameless, faceless group who are allegedly constantly plotting the death of Jews and their sympathetic Christian counterparts.
Rosenberg will be accompanied by retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen William G. Boykin, a born-again evangelical Christian who is also known to harbour bigoted, anti-Islamic beliefs and has previously equated the phony “war on terror” to a Biblical-styled holy war. In 2003, audio and video tapes of Boykin surfaced where he belittled Islam during his speaking engagements while in full military uniform. Boykin’s questionable quote was “I knew that my God was bigger than his. I knew that my God was a real God and his was an idol.”
These two individuals, along with many other false prophets in the Christian Zionist community, represent ongoing dangers to the US, the Middle East and the world in general because they promote what many believe to be gross distortions and misinterpretations of the Holy Bible. The doctrines that this community follows, in many aspects, stand contradictory to the real teachings of Jesus Christ and the New Testament. The Christian Zionist community were the most feverent backers of the disastrous Iraq War, and stand in unflinching suport of Israel in light of Israel’s crimes of humanity against the Palestinian Muslims and Christians. But what makes Joel C. Rosenberg and William G. Boykin the most dangerous is how they continue to uphold the offical story or what happened on 9/11, which has turned out to be one of the hoaxes of the century.
A number of commentators have expressed their idealistic belief in the purity of Mousavi, Montazeri, and the westernized youth of Terhan. The CIA destabilization plan, announced two years ago (see below) has somehow not contaminated unfolding events.
The protests have the hallmarks of the CIA orchestrated protests in Georgia and Ukraine. It requires total blindness not to see this.
The claim is made that Ahmadinejad stole the election, because the outcome was declared too soon after the polls closed for all the votes to have been counted. However, Mousavi declared his victory several hours before the polls closed. This is classic CIA destabilization designed to discredit a contrary outcome. It forces an early declaration of the vote. The longer the time interval between the preemptive declaration of victory and the release of the vote tally, the longer Mousavi has to create the impression that the authorities are using the time to fix the vote. It is amazing that people don’t see through this trick.
As for the grand ayatollah Montazeri’s charge that the election was stolen, he was the initial choice to succeed Khomeini, but lost out to the current Supreme Leader. He sees in the protests an opportunity to settle the score with Khamenei. Montazeri has the incentive to challenge the election whether or not he is being manipulated by the CIA, which has a successful history of manipulating disgruntled politicians.
There is a power struggle among the ayatollahs. Many are aligned against Ahmadinejad because he accuses them of corruption, thus playing to the Iranian countryside where Iranians believe the ayatollahs’ lifestyles indicate an excess of power and money. In my opinion, Ahmadinejad’s attack on the ayatollahs is opportunistic. However, it does make it odd for his American detractors to say he is a conservative reactionary lined up with the ayatollahs.
Commentators are “explaining” the Iran elections based on their own illusions, delusions, emotions, and vested interests. Whether or not the poll results predicting Ahmadinejad’s win are sound, there is, so far, no evidence beyond surmise that the election was stolen. However, there are credible reports that the CIA has been working for two years to destabilize the Iranian government.
On May 23, 2007, Brian Ross and Richard Esposito reported on ABC News: “The CIA has received secret presidential approval to mount a covert “black” operation to destabilize the Iranian government, current and former officials in the intelligence community tell ABC News.”
On May 27, 2007, the London Telegraph independently reported: “Mr. Bush has signed an official document endorsing CIA plans for a propaganda and disinformation campaign intended to destabilize, and eventually topple, the theocratic rule of the mullahs.”
A few days previously, the Telegraph reported on May 16, 2007, that Bush administration neocon warmonger John Bolton told the Telegraph that a US military attack on Iran would “be a ‘last option’ after economic sanctions and attempts to foment a popular revolution had failed.”
On June 29, 2008, Seymour Hersh reported in the New Yorker: “Late last year, Congress agreed to a request from President Bush to fund a major escalation of covert operations against Iran, according to current and former military, intelligence, and congressional sources. These operations, for which the President sought up to four hundred million dollars, were described in a Presidential Finding signed by Bush, and are designed to destabilize the country’s religious leadership.”
The protests in Tehran no doubt have many sincere participants. The protests also have the hallmarks of the CIA orchestrated protests in Georgia and Ukraine. It requires total blindness not to see this.
Daniel McAdams has made some telling points. For example, neoconservative Kenneth Timmerman wrote the day before the election that “there’s talk of a ‘green revolution’ in Tehran.” How would Timmerman know that unless it was an orchestrated plan? Why would there be a ‘green revolution’ prepared prior to the vote, especially if Mousavi and his supporters were as confident of victory as they claim? This looks like definite evidence that the US is involved in the election protests.
Timmerman goes on to write that “the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) has spent millions of dollars promoting ‘color’ revolutions . . . Some of that money appears to have made it into the hands of pro-Mousavi groups, who have ties to non-governmental organizations outside Iran that the National Endowment for Democracy funds.” Timmerman’s own neocon Foundation for Democracy is “a private, non-profit organization established in 1995 with grants from the National Endowment for Democracy, to promote democracy and internationally-recognized standards of human rights in Iran.”
Over the weekend, 9/11 activist and founder of the activist group, Luke Rudowski and two other members of the group WeAreChange were arrested and jailed by NYPD and secret police for allegedly trespassing and falsifying media credentials. The group, who make popular YouTube videos confronting politicians and media figures and asking them tough questions, were attempting to confront New York mayor and media mogul Michael Bloomberg. WeAreChange has previously confronted Mayor Bloomberg while he was on his monthly ride on the subway with the commoners. Watch the video below:
While we must commend Alex Jones and his staff for fighting tyrannical government and law enforcement, we also need to point out that Jones and his journalist Kurt Nimmo, who broke this story, left out important aspects to this story: Mayor Bloomberg is one of the many elite Zionist Jews with intimate ties to September 11 and the current financial crisis on Wall Street.
Bloomberg is the chairman of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center, and is a general partner of the Salmon Brothers, a Wall Street investment bank. The WTC 7, which was also known as the Salomon Brother’s building, was owned by Zionist Larry Silverstein, one of the financiers behind the black op that was 9/11.
Bloomberg was one of Israel’s staunchest defenders from the US, and supported Israel Defense Force’s murdering Palestinians indiscriminately during it’s three week long Gaza incursion. But what is the concerning about Bloomberg are his efforts to subvert local election laws and run for a third term as mayor, an act that is overwhelmingly unpopular with New York City residents. As mayor of New York, Bloomberg has tried to enact many laws and measures that are anti-constitutional. He supports an open Zionist police state.
Rudowski has received death threats and was previously threatened for arrest on trumped up charges by the Silverstein’s secret police.
Ha’aretz is continuing to divulge soldier testimonies from Gaza. You can find the fullest report yet here. The messianic fervor that fueled the Israeli policy of collective punishment is laid bare.I’m not going to comment on it yet, just go read it.
There is another report in today’s Ha’aretz that I do want to comment on. Uri Blau’s article “‘No virgins, no terror attacks‘” describes the practice of Israeli soldiers getting custom clothing printed with their unit’s insignia along with graphics and text. Below are some examples of shirts that were printed, along with some of the images. These images only appeared on Ha’aretz’s Hebrew-language website:
- A T-shirt for infantry snipers bears the inscription “Better use Durex,” next to a picture of a dead Palestinian baby, with his weeping mother and a teddy bear beside him.
- A sharpshooter’s T-shirt from the Givati Brigade’s Shaked battalion shows a pregnant Palestinian woman with a bull’s-eye superimposed on her belly, with the slogan, in English, “1 shot, 2 kills.”
- After Operation Cast Lead, soldiers from that battalion printed a T-shirt depicting a vulture sexually penetrating Hamas’ prime minister, Ismail Haniyeh
- A “graduation” shirt for those who have completed another snipers course depicts a Palestinian baby, who grows into a combative boy and then an armed adult, with the inscription, “No matter how it begins, we’ll put an end to it.”
- There are also plenty of shirts with blatant sexual messages. For example, the Lavi battalion produced a shirt featuring a drawing of a soldier next to a young woman with bruises, and the slogan, “Bet you got raped!”
- A few of the images underscore actions whose existence the army officially denies – such as “confirming the kill” (shooting a bullet into an enemy victim’s head from close range, to ensure he is dead), or harming religious sites, or female or child non-combatants.
- “Let every Arab mother know that her son’s fate is in my hands!” had previously been banned for use on another infantry unit’s shirt. A Givati soldier said this week, however, that at the end of last year, his platoon printed up dozens of shirts, fleece jackets and pants bearing this slogan.
- “It has a drawing depicting a soldier as the Angel of Death, next to a gun and an Arab town,” he explains. “The text was very powerful. The funniest part was that when our soldier came to get the shirts, the man who printed them was an Arab, and the soldier felt so bad that he told the girl at the counter to bring them to him.”
- In 2006, soldiers from the “Carmon Team” course for elite-unit marksmen printed a shirt with a drawing of a knife-wielding Palestinian in the crosshairs of a gun sight, and the slogan, “You’ve got to run fast, run fast, run fast, before it’s all over.” Below is a drawing of Arab women weeping over a grave and the words: “And afterward they cry, and afterward they cry.” [The inscriptions are riffs on a popular song.]
- Another sniper’s shirt also features an Arab man in the crosshairs, and the announcement, “Everything is with the best of intentions.”
- A shirt printed after Operation Cast Lead in Gaza for Battalion 890 of the Paratroops depicts a King Kong-like soldier in a city under attack. The slogan is unambiguous: “If you believe it can be fixed, then believe it can be destroyed!”
These shirts have to get the approval from IDF commanders and are a military tradition, although the explicit nature of these shirts seem new. Bar-Ilan University Sociologist Dr. Orna Sasson-Levy is quoted as saying the shirts are “part of a radicalization process the entire country is undergoing, and the soldiers are at its forefront.” Israeli anti-militarism activist Sergeiy Sandler, who works for the important organization New Profile, emailed this article out saying the shirts are “a long-standing tradition in Israeli military units; you see those shirts, although usually with less outrageous designs, on the streets all over the place. A picture’s worth a thousand words, isn’t it?”