When the Israeli authorities condoned the massacres of Palestinians in Lebanon at Sabra and Shatilla, Naeim Giladi moved to the United States, revoked his Israeli citizenship, and became an American citizen. In order to publish his book translated into English, Giladi spent $60,000 out of pocket, or rather out of proceeds from the sale of his house in Israel. He mentions that on Sept 12, 1990 the New York State Supreme Court issued a restraining order, at the request of the Israeli government, to prevent the publication of Victor Ostrovsky’s book, “By Way of Deception: The Making and Unmaking of a Mossad Officer.” The New York State Appeals Court lifted the ban the next day.
Please support Jon’s work by donating via his PayPal at firstname.lastname@example.org. In 1994, during the Clinton administration, a new law called Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) was passed. The public was told that CALEA would increase public safety by providing new tools for the FBI and CIA. Ironically, they claimed that CALEA would … Continue reading Conversing on Comverse
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I'd like to officially unveil the logo and name of the new initiative we're hoping to launch by the end of the year. It's called Securing Our Interests, which encompasses what we're trying to do. More details to come. But for now, here's the logo Jon Swinn has produced for free. With that said, I'd like to request people donate to Jon's efforts at his PayPal at email@example.com. Jon also has two new articles on his site that we highly recommend. And please see Jon's infographics at talpiottalk.com/infographics that expose the Israel networks that are negatively affecting all of us.
via Jeremy Rothe-Kushel and Greg McCarron of The Antedote Podcast In the aftermath of the #MAGAbomb and the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre, we discuss weaponization of extremism, political violence, and how anti Semitism is used to shape and advance narratives.
The following is from Andrew Korybko, who works for Kremlin funded Sputnik International.