Thursday, 18 March 2010

The Military KNOWS Israel pulled off 911

The Military KNOWS Israel pulled off 911

Dr. Alan Sabrosky, former director of studies at the US Army War College says that the military brass now know that Israel and those traitors within our nation committed the 911 attack


World leader in the sex slave trade - Jerusalem post mag June 16, 2000

Israel: Sex Slavery Thrives - Jewish Tribune March 30, 2006

Israel at Center of the ecstacy drug trade - Haaretz Nov 29, 2009

Israel admits organ harvesting - The Guardian/JTA Dec 21, 2009

War crimes, White phosphorus, Caught over and over spying on America

Quite impressive, expecially when you consider that Israel is country a which does not support herself, and is dependant on our foreign aid.

‘Zionism is a real witches’ brew of xenophobia, racism, ultra-nationalism, and militarism that places it way outside of a “mere” nationalist context.”

Dr. Alan Sabrosky

March 09, 2010

Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu once remarked to a Likud gathering that “Israel is not like other countries.” Oddly enough for him, that time he was telling the truth, and nowhere is that more evident than with Jewish nationalism, whether or not one pins the “Zionist” label on it.

Nationalism in most countries and cultures can have both positive and negative aspects, unifying a people and sometimes leading them against their neighbors. Extremism can emerge, and often has, at least in part in almost every nationalist/independence movement I can recall (e.g., the French nationalist movement had The Terror, Kenya’s had the Mau Mau, etc.).

But whereas extremism in other nationalist movements is an aberration, extremism in Jewish nationalism is the norm, pitting Zionist Jews (secular or observant) against the goyim (everyone else), who are either possible predator or certain prey, if not both sequentially. This does not mean that all Jews or all Israelis feel and act this way, by any means. But it does mean that Israel today is what it cannot avoid being, and what it would be under any electable government (a point I’ll develop in another article).

The differences between Jewish nationalism (Zionism) and that of other countries and cultures here I think are fourfold:

1. Zionism is a real witches’ brew of xenophobia, racism, ultra-nationalism, and militarism that places it way outside of a “mere” nationalist context — for example, when I was in Ireland (both parts) I saw no indication whatsoever that the PIRAs or anyone else pressing for a united Ireland had a shred of design on shoving Protestants into camps or out of the country, although there may well have been a handful who thought that way — and goes far beyond the misery for others professed by the Nazis;

2. Zionism undermines civic loyalty among its adherents in other countries in a way that other nationalist movements (and even ultra-nationalist movements like Nazism) did not — e.g., a large majority of American Jews, including those who are not openly dual citizens, espouse a form of political bigamy called “dual loyalty” (to Israel & the US) that is every bit as dishonest as marital bigamy, attempts to finesse the precedence they give to Israel over the US (lots of Rahm Emanuels out there who served in the IDF but NOT in the US armed forces), and has absolutely no parallel in the sense of national or cultural identity espoused by any other definable ethnic or racial group in America — even the Nazi Bund in the US disappeared once Germany and the US went to war, with almost all of its members volunteering for the US armed forces;

3. The “enemy” of normal nationalist movements is the occupying power and perhaps its allies, and once independence is achieved, normal relations with the occupying power are truly the norm, but for Zionism almost everyone out there is an actual or potential enemy, differing only in proximity and placement on its very long list of enemies (which is now America’s target list); and

4. Almost all nationalist movements (including the irredentist and secessionist variants) intend to create an independent state from a population in place or to reunite a separated people (like the Sudeten Germans in the 1930s) — it is very rare for it to include the wholesale displacement of another indigenous population, which is far more common of successful colonialist movements as in the US — and perhaps a reason why most Americans wouldn’t care too much about what the Israelis are doing to the Palestinians even if they DID know about it, is because that is no different than what Europeans in North America did to the Indians/Native Americans here in a longer & more low-tech fashion.

The implications of this for Middle East peace prospects, and for other countries in thrall to their domestic Jewish lobbies or not, are chilling. The Book of Deuteronomy come to life in a state with a nuclear arsenal would be enough to give pause to anyone not bought or bribed into submission — which these days encompasses the US Government, given Israel’s affinity for throwing crap into the face of the Obama administration and Obama’s visible affinity for accepting it with a smile, Bibi Netanyahu’s own “Uncle Tom” come to Washington.

The late General Moshe Dayan, who — Zionist or not — remains an honored part of my own Pantheon of military heroes, allegedly observed that Israel’s security depended on its being viewed by others as a mad dog. He may have been correct. But he neglected to note that the preferred response of everyone else is to kill that mad dog before it can decide to go berserk and bite. It is an option worth considering.


*Alan Sabrosky (Ph.D, University of Michigan) is a ten-year US Marine Corps veteran and a graduate of the US Army War College. He can be contacted at

12 March 2010

Alan Sabrosky considers the characteristics that differentiate Jewish nationalism from other nationalisms, highlighting in particular its intrinsic extremism, its xenophobia, racism and militarism, its undermining of civic loyalty among its adherents in other countries and its propensity to hatred and racial exclusivity.

Ray Goodwin on Mar 16th, 2010 said:

One of the most revealing broadcasts ever! An excellent,
all-encompassing program. Thanks to Alan, Mark, and Phil,
there just might be a crack in the Zionist dam holding the
reservoir of poisonous LIES that go back decades. As I have
stated previously, the "defining moment" in my life happened
Nov.22, 1963, in Dallas - some 285 miles north of me. I was
20 years old, a firm believer in "My country, right or
wrong," a flag-waving patriot of the first degree. But on
that date, and the subsequent couple of years until the
Warren Report was issued, a healthy dose of skepticism
entered the body of this proud Texan. It evolved,
thankfully, and helped me to see the ultimate TRUTH that
this US Government is NOT the government established by the
Founding Fathers, but is a network of criminals exemplified
by Lyndon Baines Johnson. I have come to learn that the same
criminal element that killed JFK that day is the same one
that killed our men on the USS Liberty and that executed the
9/11 attacks. Phil's comment in the broadcast, regarding
9/11 - "It's been covered up so good that it will take a
Messiah to get us out of it" - is so appropriate to JFK.
Israel hated the man because he was adamant in maintaining
an "America First" policy in the Middle East, favoring
neither Jew nor Arab, and because he also was just as
determined to stop attempts by the outlaw regime in the
criminal state of Israel from obtaining nuclear weaponry.
For that, he was murdered - demonstrating to all American
politicians that IF you DARE step out of line when it comes
to Israel, a "Dallas parade" can be arranged in your honor!
Thus the vile scumbag LBJ's eager participation in the
coverup of the USS Liberty slaughter. LBJ knew in advance of
the plan to kill JFK, but kept silent about it because of
his hatred of Kennedy as well as his own Machiavellian
craving to attain the office of president. The thing to keep
in mind is that since that successful duping of the American
people with the "lone nut" and "single bullet" garbage
(originated by the Jew, Arlen Specter), Washington, DC, has
most definitely evolved into Tel Aviv West. Dr. Alan
Sabrosky has laid it out for us - 9/11 was a Mossad
operation. And history, when wrested from the clutches of
the Zionists and their Gentile prostitutes, will show that
the November 1963 crime was the same (also in alliance with
the CIA). I am skeptical, but I do hope that Alan's belief
that when this coverup of 9/11 becomes obvious to the
American people and military, Israel will be history and
their influence and control over America will be ended. In
my opinion, the greates obstacle to the truth emerging and
that righteous vengeance extracted, is the Christian Zionist
mindset. It is even more powerful than the Jewish hammerlock
upon the media; the religious conviction that the "Jews" are
God-like PETS of the Creator Himself is the greatest
stumbling block to ridding this nation of the vampire curse.
I am reminded of the lines in an early 1950s movie called
"The Thing" - when inhabitants of an arctic outpost were
faced with annihilation by an alien force seemingly immune
to all defenses. When it came down to the final
confrontation between the alien and the people (armed with
axes), fear was of course overriding. But the leader said to
those about to face the irresistible force, when asked if
their plan of electrocution failed, what then - he replied -
"Keep swinging at his arms. Just keep swinging at his arms."
That's all we can do, people. Just keep swinging. Ray
Goodwin Victoria, TX.
A government, of Israel, by Israel, and, for: Israel.
But all things that are reproved are made manifest by the light:
for whatsoever doth make manifest is light. The light shineth in darkness;
and the darkness comprehended it not. The light of the body is the eye:
if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.
But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness.
If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness!
Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead,
and Christ shall give thee light. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.


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Ft_ Hood shooting - Room for debate

The incident at Ft. Hood was a genuine tragedy. I’m only surprised it didn’t happen sooner, there or somewhere else. It is going to take time for the details to be sorted out.

Generalizing from a single incident is always dangerous, no matter how compelling it seems. Sometimes an isolated tragedy is just that, an outpouring of individual dementia rather than a wide-ranging political statement.

But that generalization is already happening, with people across the political spectrum musing about assorted conspiracies. There is the instant and renewed Ziobabble demeaning Muslims generally and Arabs in particular, all false but popular in America today. And there are dire warnings about Mossad “false flag” operations, no matter how unlikely a candidate the shooter was for such a role.


So let’s look at this issue from a broader perspective while assorted conspiracy theorists have another day in the sun. This is certainly the first incident involving an American Muslim (I am discounting the so-called “Black Muslim” sect), but in the 1960s and 1970s the US generally faced eruptions of black violence, with cities burning in the “long hot summers” and troops deployed to combat it.

Nor was the US military immune. Many units in combat in Vietnam encountered extensive racial divisions and violence, almost all of it initiated by “black power” militants. Several warships had mutinies from the same sources. US bases around the world were littered with similar racially motivated tensions and incidents for years. There were many specific reasons, but generally it was because many black Americans felt the government they served was not serving them.

To their great credit, that simply has not been the experience of American Muslims in US society or in the US armed forces. Certainly, few American Muslims in or out of uniform give even a small fraction of the political allegiance to their countries of origin, that so many American Jews give to Israel as dual Israeli-US citizens or under the false and hypocritical rubric of “dual loyalty.” The allegiance of the American Muslim community has been steadfast.

But their frustration with events must be great. They have been the victims of widespread and carefully contrived anti-Muslim sentiment before and after the events of 9/11, whatever their origin. And they have been tested severely by the actions of a US Government in thrall to Israel, in whose interest it has killed, wounded or dispossessed literally millions of people to date in Iraq and Afghanistan, with comparable plans for Iran in play from the same people who brought us those wars and 9/11 besides.

At some point and in some place, someone was going to lash out. At Ft. Hood, whether alone or not, incited or not, affected by an impending deployment or interviews with returning veterans (or both), someone did.


It must be terribly difficult for American Muslims, especially those of Palestinian heritage, to serve a US Government that is an indictable accessory of Israel, a country whose abuses, war crimes, and crimes against humanity are well known and copiously documented everywhere except in the US.

In their place, I could not do so, despite a decade of service in the US Marines and a lifelong commitment to supporting the US on campuses and in public forums when it was not popular at all to do so.

But my country is more important than my government, and the American people are more important to me than a relative handful of elected and appointed officials whose words and actions violate both the letter and the spirit of their oaths.

A US Government hostage to a lobby serving the interests of a foreign country has lost all legitimacy. It is in violation not only of the Constitution, but also of the tenets of the Declaration of Independence, which is the distillation of the spirit of the land, and specifies the ends for which government is instituted.

This is the stuff of tragedy and death, and if America does not alter the way it does its business in the world, what we have experienced at Ft. Hood may well be only a portent and not an isolated event. No one likes or tolerates indefinitely a government indifferent to the fate of their families overseas, and manipulated by a foreign country that is the agent of their misery.

None of this excuses Hasan’s act. Over 50 people are dead or wounded because of him, and I do not and would never condone that. I also do not and would never condone 60,000 Americans killed or wounded so far because of the 9/11 tragedy and our ongoing wars fabricated by the Zionists in Israel’s interest. What Hasan did was murder, pure and simple. What the neo-cons and their allies have done and are doing is treason, pure and simple. Both are crimes, and both should be punished.

Sometimes tragedy can be a catalyst for change. What happened at Ft. Hood may open a long overdue debate that will be such a catalyst for American policy in the Middle East, transforming Obama’s excellent words at Cairo into equally admirable actions that have so far been woefully absent.

Let us make it so.

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