, 2006 AD of Our LORD Jesus the Christ the Creator
"New World Odor"
Talmudic Dragon Moon Calendar
Shevat 29, 5766 ,
their Babylonian times of their Babylonian Sumerian Doctrine and laws
Ps:118:24: This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.
of Iniquity unto desolation for
them who Deny the Christ, Jesus the Lord.
When this Picture first appeared at Shmais.com it made
NO MENTION of being a spoof. There are NO Other "Spoofs" in the
Archives of Pics. It was not until Texe Marrs began broadcasting the PIC, when
they were alerted, they added the "Word" Spoof, to deceive the
masses. Too Late, he is REVEALED as a Talmudic Hassidic Treasonous Blasphemous
Former CIA Analyst: Western
Intelligence May Be Behind Mosque Bombing
Ray Mcgovern says US in most danger ever, from its
Planet | February 26 2006
Former CIA analyst a and presidential advisor Ray
McGovern does not rule out Western involvement in this week's Askariya mosque
bombing in light of previous false flag operations that have advanced hidden
agendas of the ruling elite.
During the mid-eighties, McGovern was one of the senior
analysts conducting early morning briefings of the PDB one-on-one with the
Vice President, the Secretaries of State and Defense, the Chairman of the
Joint Chiefs, and the Assistant to the President for National Security
He joined Alex Jones to discuss many topics from martial
law to government false flag terrorism and provocation tactics.
McGovern firstly suggested that Posse Comitatus, the
law that forbids the military to take on a policing role within the US, is
being systematically overthrown.
"Not only have the top ranks of the intelligence
community been politicized and corrupted, so has the army. The military
establishment is goose stepping around, saluting the President and saying
whatever the President wants them to."
A former officer himself, McGovern declared that the
unprecedented movement towards a martial law mentality within government
and military is a deeply unsettling one and that the US is hurtling toward a
"As I look at the top Pentagon brass, I have to
conclude that unlike my days as a US army officer, those folks have been so
politicized that if the US President told them to go ahead and exercise police
functions in this country they would go ahead and salute and they would do it,
and that's really scary."
Moving on to the "war on terror", 27 year
veteran McGovern concurred that staged terror has long been used by our
governments in order to forward their own agendas at home and elsewhere:
"There's lots of evidence that the government in
the past has used these things for its own purposes, for overthrowing
governments, as it did in Iran in 1953, and in Guatemala in 1954, the Gulf of
Tonkin was a little different...LBJ did deceive Congress and the war went on
for seven years."
Concerning 9/11 McGovern declared that although he is
still in two minds, he is deeply suspicious of the official version of events
and "there is certainly a cover up." The amount of unanswered
questions and blatant lies told by Cheney and the NeoCons (Hassidic
Talmudic jews and their Noahide anti-Christ proselytes)
makes it very easy for him to believe the government was involved.
Moving on to the recent Askariya mosque bombing in
Samarra, Iraq McGovern commented;
"The main question is Qui Bono? Who benefits from
this kind of thing? You don't have to be very conspiratorial or even paranoid
to suggest that there are a whole bunch of likely suspects out there and not
only the Sunnis. You know, the British
officers were arrested, dressed up in Arab garb, riding around in a car,
so this stuff goes on."
Ray McGovern is part of a collective of former
Intelligence officers who call themselves Veteran Intelligence Professionals
for Sanity (VIPS). Their writing can be found on www.truthout.com
Off unto the shemwars Wars of
Mofaz: Israel ready for Iranian
Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz said Monday that Israel would take all
necessary steps to defend itself from a possible Iranian
nuclear attack, and denounced Tehran's nuclear talks as an attempt to buy
time to develop arms.
Mofaz said Israel backed US and European calls for the issue to go to the
Israel considers Iran to be its biggest threat, and concerns have been
heightened in recent months by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's calls
to wipe Israel "off the map."
is, since "PURIM Iraq"
"As for the possibility of an Israeli attack (on Iran), I think it is
not at all right to address this question publicly, but it can be said that
Israel has the right and the obligation to do all that is necessary to defend
itself," Mofaz told students at a Tel Aviv-area high school.
Israeli planes destroyed Iraq's Osirak nuclear reactor, near Baghdad, in a
1981 strike using conventional munitions.
Mofaz implied that while Israel was ready to let diplomacy run its course
for now, it would not stand by indefinitely.
"In addition to joining the nations of the world who think that the
right course at this moment, at this hour, in these days and in this year is to
try and stop this threat by diplomatic efforts at the Security Council, we also
owe it, primarily to ourselves, to deal with everything that ensures the
existence of the state of Israel for all eternity,
and we are doing so," he said
Babylon proper, Eretz Itsrealhell
Last update - 19:24 27/02/2006
Lebanon's Lahoud says foreign powers want him
BEIRUT - Lebanese President Emile Lahoud has
accused "foreign powers allied to Israel"
of planning to oust him in favor of the country's main
anti-Syrian coalition which has been calling on him to quit.
In a letter to the Lebanese French-language daily newspaper L'Orient Le Jour
published on Monday, the pro-Syrian Lahoud launched his most scathing attack
against the parliamentary coalition led by majority leader Saad al-Hariri.
"The parliamentary majority, with the help of
foreign powers allied to Israel, is now dividing the Lebanese people and
setting them against each other, with the well-known goal of weakening
Lebanon," he wrote.
These so called nationalists, backed by the same foreigners, have started to
take over parliament, using an unfair electoral law which has brought into the
chamber of deputies and the government a majority in their pay," he added.
The newspaper said that Lahoud was responding to an article criticising him,
which was published on Feb. 25.
He stopped short of identifying any country by name. But an unnamed
presidential palace official has previously singled out France as one force
supporting the anti-Syrian coalition to impeach the president.
The extension of Lahoud's term in 2004 at Syria's behest has plunged Lebanon
into political turmoil and set Damascus on collision
course with the international community. Syria ended its 29-year
military presence in Lebanon in April.
The coalition has launched a campaign to gather one million signatures
demanding the ouster of Lahoud, under pressure to resign since the Feb. 14,
2005 killing of former Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri.
The constitution lists high treason and breaching the constitution as grounds
for impeachment. Lahoud says he is guilty of neither and
insists he will serve out his term, which expires in 2007.
Hariri's Future parliament bloc responded to Lahoud's letter saying he was
misleading the Lebanese public to stay in office.
"The article contains flagrant forgery of political and historical facts,
and a clear attempt to provoke sectarianism,"
it said in a statement.
Beware, Donnot confuse Judeo-Churchinsanity
Noahidism with Christ the LORD
proving that Israelis do not really understand America, Shlomo Shamir of
Ha'aretz has this one-sided
foolish article about the 'threat' Evangelicals
pose to America and Jews. Shamir's piece is based on the new
book by Rabbi James Rudin, formerly of the American Jewish Committe. I
knew Rabbi Rudin years ago from our work on the NYC Jewish Community
Relations Council's Taskforce on Missionaries and Cults. My experience with
Rabbi Rudin is positive. I found him to be a kind, caring compassionate man
of high ethical standards. Although an ordained Reform Rabbi, he had
affection for Orthodoxy, including
Chabad. I think his fears in this case are overblown, perhaps because
of his years combatting Christian missionaries,
but I do not doubt his sincerity.
- Defeat Is Victory, Death Is Life
By Robert Fisk
The Independent - UK
- Everyone in the Middle
East rewrites history, but never before have we had a US administration
so wilfully, dishonestly and ruthlessly reinterpreting tragedy as
success, defeat as victory, death as life - helped, I have to add, by
the compliant American press. I'm reminded not so much of Vietnam as of
the British and French commanders of the First World War who repeatedly
lied about military victory over the Kaiser as they pushed hundreds of
thousands of their men through the butchers' shops of the Somme, Verdun
and Gallipoli. The only difference now is that we are pushing hundreds
of thousands of Arabs though the butchers' shops - and don't even care.
- Last week's visit to
Beirut by one of the blindest of George Bush's bats - his Secretary of
State, Condoleezza Rice - was indicative of the cruelty that now
pervades Washington. She brazenly talked about the burgeoning
"democracies" of the Middle East while utterly ignoring the
bloodbaths in Iraq
and the growing sectarian tensions of Lebanon, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Perhaps the key to her indifference can be found in her evidence to the
Senate Committee on International Affairs where she denounced Iran as
"the greatest strategic challenge" facing the US in the
region, because Iran uses policies that "contradict the nature of
the kind of Middle East sought by the United States".
- As Bouthaina Shaaban, one
of the brightest of Syria's not always very bright team of government
ministers, noted: "What is the nature of the kind of Middle East
sought by the United States?
- Shemborg Noahide Goyim of Sanhedrin
- Should Middle East states
adapt themselves to that nature, designed oceans away?" As Maureen
Dowd, the best and only really worthwhile columnist on the boring New
York Times, observed this month, Bush "believes in
self-determination only if he's doing the determining ... The Bushies
are more obsessed with snooping on Americans than fathoming how other
cultures think and react." And conniving with rogue regimes, too,
Dowd might have added.
- Take Donald Rumsfeld, the
reprehensible man who helped to kick off the "shock and awe"
mess that has now trapped more than 100,000 Americans in the wastes of
Iraq. He's been taking a leisurely trip around North Africa to consult
some of America's nastiest dictators, among them President Zine el-Abidine
Ben Ali of Tunisia, the man with the largest secret service in the Arab
world and whose policemen have perfected the best method of gleaning
information from suspected "terrorists": to hold them down and
stuff bleach-soaked rags into their mouths until they have almost
- The Tunisians learned this
from the somewhat cruder methods of the Algerians next door whose
government death squads slaughtered quite a few of the 150,000 victims
of the recent war against the Islamists. The Algerian lads - and I've
interviewed a few of them after their nightmares persuaded them to seek
asylum in London - would strap their naked victims to a ladder and, if
the "chiffon" torture didn't work, they'd push a tube down the
victim's throat and turn on a water tap until the prisoner swelled up
like a balloon. There was a special department (at the Chateauneuf
police station, in case Donald Rumsfeld wants to know) for torturing
women, who were inevitably raped before being dispatched by an execution
- All this I mention because
Rumsfeld's also been cosying up to the Algerians. On a visit to Algiers
this month, he announced that "the United States and Algeria have a
multifaceted relationship. It involves political and economic as well as
military-to-military co-operation. And we very much value the
co-operation we are receiving in counter-terrorism..." Yes, I
imagine the "chiffon" technique is easy to learn, the abuse of
prisoners, too - just like Abu Ghraib, for example, which now seems to
have been the fault of journalists rather than America's thugs.
- Rumsfeld's latest
pronouncements have included a defence of the Pentagon's system of
buying favourable news stories in Iraq with bribes -
"non-traditional means to provide accurate information" was
his fantasy description of this latest attempt to obscure the collapse
of the American regime in Baghdad - and an attack on our reporting of
the Abu Ghraib tortures. "Consider for a moment the vast quantity
of column inches and hours of television devoted to the detainee abuse
[sic] at Abu Ghraib. Compare that to the volume of coverage and
condemnation associated with, say, the discovery of Saddam Hussein's
mass graves, which were filled with hundreds of thousands of innocent
- Let's expose this whopping
lie. We were exposing Saddam's vile regime, especially his use of gas,
as long ago as 1983. I was refused a visa to Iraq by Saddam's satraps
for exposing their vile tortures at - Abu Ghraib. And what was Donald
Rumsfeld doing? Visiting Baghdad, grovelling before Saddam, to whom he
did not mention the murders and mass graves, which he knew about, and
pleading with the Beast of Baghdad to reopen the US embassy in Iraq.
- With the usual press
courtiers in tow, Rumsfeld has no problems, witness George Melloan's
recent interview with the Beast of Washington in his Boeing 737:
"He generously spares me time for a chat about defence strategy.
Bright sunlight streams in and lights his face ... Sitting across from
him at a desk high above the clouds, one wonders if the ability of this
modern Jove to call down lightning on transgressors will be equal to the
- And so myth-making and
tragedy go hand in hand. Iraq's monumental catastrophe has become
routine, shapeless, an incipient "civil war". Note how the
American framework of disaster is now being portrayed as an Iraqi vs
Iraqi war, as if the huge and brutal US occupation has nothing to do
with the appalling violence in Iraq. They blow up each other's mosques?
They just don't want to get on. We told them to have a non-sectarian
government and they refused. That, I suspect, will be the get-out line
when the next deluge overwhelms the Americans in Iraq.
- Winston Churchill, when
the Iraqis staged their insurgency against British rule in 1920, called
Iraq "an ungrateful volcano". But let's just sit back and
enjoy the view. Democracy is coming to the Middle East. People are
enjoying more liberties. History doesn't matter, only the future. And
the future for the people of the Middle East is becoming darker and
bloodier by the day. I guess it just depends whether "Jove" is
up to his job when all that bright sunlight streams in and lights his
American Government: Heading Toward
Disintegration and Collapse
By Charles Mercieca, Ph.D.
-- -- In several of his writings and interviews, former U. S. President Jimmy
Carter stated that he is very much concerned at the direction the United
States is moving. He said emphatically that this is not the United States he
always knew. Many are increasingly beginning to convince themselves that the
present United States government could be viewed as the worst in the history
of the American nation. Democracy has ceased to exist for all practical
purposes and we have a situation today where the right hand does not know what
the left hand is doing.
Several scholars and organizations are becoming increasingly worried as they
see their government deteriorating from day to day. They feel upset as they
watch the American government openly spying on the public, especially on those
with peaceful reputation. Besides, they are taken by surprise to see the great
curtailing of free speech and the increasing of censorship of the news media
covering the radio, press and television. Peaceful dissenters are being
punished and at times put in jail, even if they were religious women and
Moreover, to turn insult into injury, the press at times is secretly paid to
write articles that would justify governmental actions even if they constitute
blatant violations of human rights, as it has been found even with the foreign
press reporters. The waging of an ongoing war in both
Iraq and Afghanistan has now drained the financial assets of the U.S.
government to the very detriment of the American people. As a result,
millions of Americans suffer from lack of health care benefits, while their
health deteriorates even to the point of death.
The destruction of the infrastructure of Iraq along with the massacre of tens
of thousands of innocent civilian Iraqis, amounting to women, children, the
elderly and the sick, along with pregnant women as well, has been minimized.
The lies told to the American people on how the Iraqis have been
“liberated” from the tyranny of Saddam Hussein, need to be challenged. A
national referendum in Iraq needs to be conducted and all Iraqis from age of
15 to 95 must be allowed to participate under proper international
This referendum should consist of one question: Do you feel you were better
off under Saddam Hussein when you still had your own homes, enjoyed the
presence of your parents, spouses and children as well as friends? ……...
Or, do you feel you are better off now under American domination with your
homes destroyed, your parents, spouses and/or children killed or maimed, as
well as with several of your friends killed or maimed for life? The whole
world would be interested to hear directly what the Iraqis themselves have to
say without any interference or manipulation from the outside.
Belligerent and Dangerous Policies
Very often the same questions are raised over and over again: When is the
United States going to learn that in a war every one is a loser and no one a
winner? Was not the Vietnam War experience enough? Is American diplomacy going
to be always one based on guns, bullets, military involvements and wars
instead of healthy dialogues and respect for others? It is very obvious that
the United States would not hesitate to wage a war against Iran unless it
brings this Asian nation under American political control. Why should the USA
demand Iran not to have one nuclear weapon when this American nation has
already more than 70,000 nuclear weapons and it is still manufacturing more?
In accordance with the philosophy of this American government, the United
States can launch a pre-emptive strike against any nation on earth even
without warning. Would it not then be natural for every country to equip
itself with the most devastating weapons possible as way of counteraction
against the United States? Moreover, since the United States manufactures and
sells more weapons than all the nations of the world combined, it means that
this American nation pollutes our air and water very badly with toxic wastes
that is causing two millions of people incur cancer every year in the USA
alone. Why is it that when the whole world wanted to take drastic action to
curb air and water pollution from our planet, the USA was virtually the only
It is very obvious that this capitalistic nation is concerned merely with the
financial interests of big corporations and nothing else matters, not even the
very health and life of the American people. Its top priority is to cater to
special interests. This explains why the present U.S. government especially
continues to cut significantly the budget on health care and education as to
spend more and more money on corporate interests, generally headed by the
weapons industry, the construction companies and the oil enterprises. In fact,
every year the budget for the military and the waging of wars keeps on going
higher and higher, while the budget on the vital needs of the people keeps on
going lower and lower.
All of this explains why the American people in general and of the whole world
at large tend to feel overwhelmed and powerless. But there is always hope. We
learn from history that when good and evil struggle against each other,
initially evil tends to take the upper hand until all of a sudden it
disintegrates and collapses. Regardless of the vicious governments nations
might have had, people always ended up getting what they viewed as positive
and constructive. Like U.S. President Eisenhower said in his farewell address
to the U.S. Congress, “all people of all countries want peace, only their
government wants war.”
Looking for a Hopeful Future
We should look with hope into a positive and constructive future where people
could live together peacefully, where education and health care will be
available for every human being, and where the protection of the environment
will become a top governmental priority. People everywhere need to unite in
generating positive and constructive energy until peace, as well as harmony,
respect and justice will become a tangible reality for everyone. We need to
become more involved in public affairs. We must do our best to replace every
single politician by a statesman. Some historians described a politician as
one who takes interest in one group to the exclusion of others, while they
described a statesman as one who takes interest in all people without
The current belligerent American government will one day be replaced. The
question is when. It may still take quite a time until the change is effected
and by then only God knows how many people, both American and non American
alike, would have suffered unnecessarily. The present turmoil in so many
global areas is bound to continue as long as the USA and other major powers
continue to use violence to solve some of the crucial problems the world
faces. We know that violence begets violence and more violence begets more
violence. The military, by its very nature, is structured merely for
destructive purposes, even though once in a while it might have been used to
help in some natural disasters for a very brief period.
At this stage of history, which has become characterized by so much violence,
suffering and death, the United States needs a president that has the mind,
the courage, the determination, the wisdom, the understanding, the compassion,
and the common sense of both U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower and U.S.
President Jimmy Carter, the sooner the better. The nation and the whole world,
as a matter of fact, need a new direction where the vital needs of the people
will occupy top priority in every governmental endeavor.
Charles Mercieca, Ph.D., President International Association of Educators
for World Peace. Dedicated to United Nations Goals of Peace Education,
Environmental Protection, Human Rights & Disarmament. Professor Emeritus,
Alabama A&M University.
President Bush addresses the nation from aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln on May
1, 2003 with the banner in the background.
Eight dead as Baghdad curfew ends
Mon Feb 27, 2006 12:57 PM ET
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - An edgy normality returned to Baghdad on Monday with the
lifting of a curfew imposed to stem days of sectarian
bloodshed but two attacks killed eight people and fears of civil war saw
families fleeing hostile neighbors.
The Iraqi army deployed some of its few tanks around the capital -- a partly
symbolic move given the large if discreet presence of heavily armed U.S. forces
-- as a mortar attack killed four people in a Shi'ite district of Sunni west
After evening prayers, two roadside bombs killed four people near a Sunni
mosque in the mainly Shi'ite east of the city.
The U.S. ambassador, closely engaged in efforts to forge a national unity
government, acknowledged Iraqis "came to the brink of civil war" after
Wednesday's suspected al Qaeda (CIA/MOSSAD) bombing
of a Shi'ite shrine but said: "Things are getting better."
But the Sunni minority's main political bloc said it was not ready to end the
boycott of coalition talks which it announced in protest at reprisal attacks on
Sunni mosques; police tallies indicate that over 200 people died in the five
days of violence.
"People are still very edgy and tense," said Hussein Abbas, 19, a
Shi'ite laborer, clutching his shovel and waiting for casual work as businesses
reopened after three days of lockdown.
Still fearful of sectarian reprisals, some families on both sides of
Baghdad's religious divide abandoned homes where
they felt threatened by neighbors, or barricaded themselves in.
Iraq's Defense Ministry said security forces had killed 35 "terrorists"
and detained 487 since Wednesday. State television
later announced the capture of a possibly Syrian aide to al Qaeda leader Abu
Musab al-Zarqawi; few details were available.
The ministry said it had lifted the curfew to let people go back to work.
Overnight curfews remain in force across Iraq.
"It was a courageous decision to impose the (daytime) curfew and lifting
it was more courageous," spokesman Major General Abdul Aziz Mohammed told a
news conference, saying the security forces had "exercised restraint"
to avoid inflaming passions.
Nasi of Sanhedrin,
Steinsaltz to Meet with Wolfandson of The fleecing Worldbank
SAVE THE DATE for the 12th Annual Aleph Society Dinner
June 13, 2006
St. Regis Hotel
2 East 55th Street (at Fifth Avenue), NYC
Society is proud to announce that Mr.
James D. Wolfensohn will serve as the chairman of its Twelfth Annual Dinner,
to be held on Tuesday evening, June 13, 2006 at the The
St. Regis Hotel in New York City.
Additional information to be posted here in the coming weeks.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Rabbi
Adin Steinsaltz's educational
efforts in Israel,
the former Soviet
Union, and around
Noahide, Education and Shearing DAY
In Jewish law (halakha), there were few crimes one could
commit against their community that was worse than snitching. Scholar Adin Steinsaltz
noted that "Anyone bearing tales against others to the alien
authorities...places himself outside of the law by his action, and members of
the community are permitted and even encouraged to kill him" [_The
They are a scourge, even now, that are a threat to our freedom.
News Part 407
9: That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.
10: For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.
the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed.
12: For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.