, 2006 AD of Our LORD Jesus the Christ the Creator
Talmudic Dragon Moon Calendar
Nissan 9, 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
13. In order that our scheme may produce this result we shall arrange
elections in favor of such presidents as have in their past some dark,
undiscovered stain, some "Panama" or other - then they will be
trustworthy agents for the accomplishment of our plans out of fear of
revelations and from the natural desire of everyone who has attained power,
namely, the retention of the privileges, advantages and honor connected with
the office of president.
The chamber of deputies will provide cover for, will
protect, will elect presidents, but we shall take from it the right to propose
new, or make changes in existing laws, for this right will be given by us to
the responsible president, a puppet
in our hands. Naturally, the authority of the presidents will then become a
target for every possible form of attack, but we shall provide him with a
means of self-defense in the right of an appeal to the people, for the
decision of the people over the heads of their representatives, that is to
say, an appeal to that same blind slave of ours - the majority of the mob.
Independently of this we shall invest the president
with the right of declaring a state of war. We shall justify this last right
on the ground that the president as
chief of the whole army of the country must have it at his disposal, in case
of need for the defense of the new republican constitution, the right to
defend which will belong to him as the responsible representative of this
Bush welcomes probe of CIA leak
'I want to know the truth,' president tells reporters
Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Posted: 1:46 AM EST (0646 GMT)
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President
Bush said Tuesday he welcomes a Justice Department investigation into who
revealed the classified identity of a CIA operative.
"If there's a leak out of my administration, I want to know who it
is," Bush told reporters at an impromptu news conference during a
fund-raising stop in Chicago, Illinois.
"If the person has violated law, that person will be taken care of.
"I welcome the investigation. I am absolutely confident the Justice
Department will do a good job.
"I want to know the truth," the president continued.
"Leaks of classified information are bad things."
He added that he did not know of "anybody in my
administration who leaked classified information."
TREASON, TREASON, TREASON
- "The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein
recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa."
Wilson meets with a friend who works at the State Department and asks
why the president had cited the British intelligence report about Iraq's
attempt to buy uranium, when he had debunked the allegation a year
- The IAEA
ElBaradei, provide proof that the Niger-Iraq claims were based on
forgeries (Wilson 452).
- An unnamed official says "we fell for it" regarding the forged
on CNN, saying that the U.S. government had more information about the
Niger fabrication. "I think it's safe to say that the U.S. government
should have or did know that this report was a fake before Dr. ElBaradei
mentioned it in his report at the U.N. yesterday." He does not
mention his trip and his report directly.
- The decision to produce a workup on Wilson in order to discredit him is
made, at a meeting within the Office of the Vice President (Wilson, Politics
of Truth; USA
According to anonymous sources, the meeting is chaired by Dick Cheney, and
includes Scooter Libby, Stephen Hadley, Karl Rove, and John Hannah (Truthout).
- Vice President Dick
Cheney appears on Meet the Press. He denies ElBaradei's
assertion that the Niger documents were forgeries. (Transcript)
Wilson talks off record about Niger
May 6 and after
- According to anonymous sources, after the Kristof article, Scooter
Libby and Stephen
Hadley call around within the administration inquiring about the
unnamed official, and a request is sent to the CIA "the vice
president wants to know whether Joe Wilson went to Niger." (Counterbias;
Fleischer announces his resignation as White House Press Secretary, to
take effect in July.
asks an Undersecretary of State, reported to be Marc
Grossman, for information about the unnamed ambassador's trip.
Grossman thereafter directed the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence
and Research to prepare a report concerning the ambassador and his trip. (Libby
Indictment, p. 4)
WH scrambles to address criticism, Niger mission INR report created
- The CIA faxes documents to the attention of Libby
and one other person in the Office of the Vice President. The faxed
documents do not give Wilson's name: Libby and others add
"Wilson" and "Joe Wilson" by hand. (Libby
Indictment, p. 4)
- A classified State
Department memorandum, the "INR memo", is drafted for
Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Marc
Grossman (from Carl
Ford's office) containing information about CIA officer Valerie
Plame. She is
named in the memo in a paragraph marked "(SNF)"
for secret, non-foreign (i.e., not to be shared with foreign agencies,
even allies). Plame
— who is referred to by her married name, Valerie Wilson, in the memo
— is mentioned in the second paragraph of the three-page document, which
was written by an analyst in the State Department's Bureau
of Intelligence and Research (INR). (NYT,Time,
asks a senior officer of the CIA about the origin and circumstances of
Wilson's trip. He is advised by the CIA officer that Wilson's wife works
at the CIA and is believed to be responsible for sending Wilson on the
Indictment, p. 4)
Before June 12
June 11 or 12
- Undersecretary of State Marc
Grossman tells Libby
that "Joe Wilson's wife works for the CIA", and that State
Department personnel are saying that Wilson's wife was involved in the
planning of the trip (Libby
Indictment, p. 4; Fitzgerald
affadavit, p. 11). This is reported to be as a briefing at a wider
White House meeting.
- After the June 12 article by Pincus, "there was general discussion
with the National Security Council and the White House and State
Department and others" regarding Wilson and his trip, says a former
intelligence officer. (Time)
- Also, Richard
Armitage asks intelligence officers in the State Department for more
information. He is forwarded a copy of the June 10 INR memo. (LATimes)
- Vice President Dick
Cheney tells Libby
that Wilson's wife works for the CIA's counter-proliferation division.
Libby understands the information to have come from the CIA. (Libby
Indictment, p. 5)
Plame outed to
June 12 to 15
- An administration official tells Bob
Woodward of the Washington Post that Wilson's wife works for the CIA
on weapons of mass destruction as a WMD analyst (WaPo).
Woodward has described the date as "mid-June," and "a week
to 10 days" before June 23. There are anonymously-sourced claims that
the official is Stephen
calls some present and former senior administration officials who know
national security adviser Condoleezza
Rice. He wanted them to tell Rice that she was wrong in her June 8
NBC's "Meet the Press" comments. (WaPo)
- CIA Director George
Tenet receives a memo from analysts that there is no credible
information that Iraq pursued uranium from abroad. (Murray
June 18 or shortly after
- The New Republic publishes an article
anonymously quoting Wilson,
that administration officials "knew the Niger story was a flat-out
- Shortly after publication of the article, Scooter
Libby and his principal deputy Eric
Edelman discuss it. Edelman asks if details of the trip can be shared
with the press. Libby cites "complications at the CIA" with
public disclosure. (Libby
Indictment, p. 6)
Woodward of the Washington Post interviews an administration official
for his book. Woodward's list of prepared questions include "Joe
Wilson's wife." (WaPo)
Woodward interviews Libby
at Libby's office for his book. Woodward's typed notes from the interview
make no reference to Wilson or his wife. (WaPo)
- A male senior administration official tells Washington Post
Pincus that Joseph
Wilson's mission to Africa originated within the CIA's clandestine
service after Vice President Dick
Cheney aides raised questions during a briefing. "It was not
orchestrated by the vice president," the official says. Also
according to the official, the trip was reported in a routine way, and the
report did not mention Wilson's name and did not say anything about
Wilson's op-ed published
- The New York Times publishes an Op-Ed article by Joseph
Wilson titled "What
I Didn't Find in Africa", criticizing Bush's
remarks on Iraq yellowcake purchase in Niger as relying on forged
documents. He states the CIA
provided this intelligence to the White House prior to the SOTU in Jan
- Wilson also appears
on Meet the Press, interviewed by Andrea
Mitchell, and is quoted on the record about the trip in an article
by Richard Leiby and Walter
Pincus in the Washington Post.
- In response, Deputy Secretary of State Richard
Armitage calls INR director Carl
Ford at home, seeking explanation and background on the Wilson-Niger
claims. Armitage asks Ford to forward this information to Secretary of
- The White House retracts the Niger allegation, which is its sole
admission to date of a flaw in the case for war, which was built on
charges of an illegal Iraqi arsenal that has not been found.
- White House Press Secretary Ari
Fleischer states at a press gaggle that the Vice President had not
requested Wilson's trip, had not been aware of it, and had not seen the
- After being called at home, State Department's then-intelligence chief, Carl
Ford gets the INR
to work on providing Powell the requested information and the June 10
memo, either because he remembers the memo, or Armitage does. (Bloomberg)
- The State Department's June 10 INR memo is located and copied. It says Joseph
Wilson had been approved for the Niger trip by mid-level CIA officials
on the recommendation of his wife, a counter-proliferation expert at the
- Robert Novak places a call to Ari
Fleischer according to White House phone logs. It is not clear whether
Fleischer returned the call, and Fleischer has refused to comment. (Bloomberg)
- Evening - Bush
leaves for his trip to Africa.
- Carl Ford orders the copy of the original memo, along with the analyst's
notes about that meeting, be sent to Powell. Ordinarily, the memo would
have been transmitted directly to Powell over the State Department's
secure communications lines. But because Powell was traveling with Bush
Force One, the memo is transmitted via the White House operations
Powell is seen walking around Air Force One with the INR memo (NYT).
Powell circulated the memo among those traveling with him in the front
section of Air Force One (LA
Times). Press Secretary Ari
Fleischer at some point during the flight sees the memo (Bloomberg).
On or before July 8
- "People at the CIA" tell Andrea
Mitchell that "high-level people at the CIA did not really know
that it was false, never even looked at Joe Wilson's verbal report or
notes from that report, didn't even know that it was he who had made this
report, because he was sent over by some of the covert operatives in the
CIA at a very low level, not, in fact, tasked by the vice president."
- A Reuters reporter is fed a similar story: "A U.S. intelligence
official said Wilson was sent to investigate the Niger reports by
mid-level CIA officers, not by top-level Bush
administration officials. There is no record of his report being flagged
to top level officials, the intelligence official said." (Josh
- White House officials assemble a briefing book, which they fax to the Bush
entourage in Africa in order to allow Condoleezza
Rice to prepare on the long flight home to D.C for appearances on the
Sunday talks shows upon her return from Africa. This briefing book was
primarily prepared by her National Security Council staff. It contains
classified information — perhaps including all or part of the memo from
State. The entire binder is labeled TOP SECRET. (Newsweek)
Libby meets with New York Times reporter Judith
Miller over a two-hour breakfast the St. Regis Hotel in Washington,
D.C., and discusses CIA operative Valerie
Indictment p. 7, NYT).
Libby will testify that the purpose of the meeting is to disclose
information from the NIE to Miller, and that the disclosure was authorized
by his superiors (OSC
letter, p. 6).
- Novak calls Karl Rove at the White House, ostensibly about a story on
the promotion of Frances
Fragos Townsend. Mr. Novak turns to the subject of Ms. Wilson,
identifying her by the name Valerie Wilson. Novak claims to Mr. Rove that
he knows that Joseph
Wilson had been sent on the trip to Niger at the urging of Ms. Wilson.
- Rove responds by saying "Oh, you know about it." (Townhall)
- In Rove's version of events he responds by saying "I heard that,
- Late Afternoon - Robert
Novak talks to a nominative stranger (a friend of Wilson) who
approaches him on the way to taping Crossfire, that he believes
that Wilson's wife had something to do with Wilson's appointment to
investigate the yellowcake claim in Africa.
- My friend, without revealing that he knew me, asked Novak about
the Uranium controversy. It was a minor problem, Novak replied, and
opined that the administration should have dealt with it weeks before.
My friend then asked Novak what he thought about me, and Novak
answered: "Wilson's an asshole. The CIA sent him. His wife,
works for the CIA. She's a weapons of mass destruction specialist. She
a phone conversation, Novak tells Wilson
that a CIA source informed him of Plame's
position as an undercover CIA WMD
specialist. Wilson exclaims that he couldn't imagine why he would
"blurt out to a complete stranger what he had thought he knew about
my wife." To which Novak apologizes and asks Wilson if he could
confirm the claim. Of course Wilson does not and reminds Novak that Plame
had nothing to do with his story regarding Yellowcake, it was about the 16
words in the State of the Union address.
- Wilson noted the
story co-written in 1990 by Novak and suggested that Novak "check
his files" before writing about him. Wilson went on to claim he was
"hardly anti-war, just anti-dumb-war." Novak apologizes.
July 10 or 11
speaks with a senior official in the White House, "Official A",
presumed to be Karl
Rove. Libby is advised of Rove's earlier-that-week conversation with Robert
Novak, that Wilson's wife was discussed, and that Novak will be
writing a column. (Libby
Indictment, p. 8)
- Novak calls CIA spokesman Bill Harlow to confirm information regarding Plame
and Wilson. (WaPo,
opinion, p. 38)
- Earliest possible chance Novak's
to Niger", which will out Valerie
and occupation to the public is sent out when Novak's regular syndicated
column is distributed by Creators Syndicate on the AP wire. The exact
timing during the day of the release of Novak's column is not known.
- 5:15 a.m. EST - Condoleezza Rice in a press
gaggle with Ari Fleischer aboard Air Force One skirts the
responsibility regarding the 16 words claiming that the speech conformed
to the October 2002 National
Intelligence Estimate (NIE) and the DCIA
cleared the speech. She says she learned of the document forgery in March,
and of Wilson's trip "on whatever TV show it was" "about a
- early to mid morning, EST - Time reporter John Dickerson
discusses the Wilson trip with two administration officials while in
Africa. Both officials prompt him to look into the orgins of the trip (OSC
letter, p. 4, Slate,
Ari Fleischer is one of the officials. He is careful to not specify Plame
or her position. (Slate).
- 11:00 a.m. - Clifford May puts up a piece
on NRO which attacks Wilson in a number of ways but does not include any
reference to Valerie Wilson/Plame.
The piece also states: "Wilson was sent to Niger by the CIA to verify
a U.S. intelligence report about the sale of yellowcake — because Vice
President Dick Cheney requested it, because Cheney had doubts about the
validity of the intelligence report."
- Before 11:07 a.m. - White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl
Rove has a short conversation with Time magazine reporter Matthew
Cooper. Rove tells Cooper that Wilson's wife works for the CIA and had
a hand in sending him to Niger. Rove does not mention her by name.
- 11:07 a.m - Cooper e-mails his bureau chief after speaking to Rove. (Newsweek)
- [...] Cooper wrote that Rove offered him a "big warning"
not to "get too far out on Wilson." Rove told Cooper that
Wilson's trip had not been authorized by "DCIA"--CIA
Director George Tenet--or Vice President Dick Cheney. Rather, "it
was, KR said, Wilson's [sic] wife, who apparently works at the agency
on WMD (weapons of mass destruction) issues who authorized the
- After 11:07 a.m. - Karl Rove e-mails deputy national security adviser Stephen
Hadley after speaking to Cooper. (AP)
- Matt Cooper called to give me a heads-up that he’s got a welfare
reform story coming. When he finished his brief heads-up he
immediately launched into Niger. Isn’t this damaging? Hasn’t the
president been hurt? I didn’t take the bait, but I said if I were
him I wouldn’t get Time far out in front on this.
- After 1:00 p.m. - John Dickerson and Matthew Cooper trade the
information they have learned. They agree that Cooper will follow up on
"the wife business". (Slate)
- 3:09 p.m. - George Tenet issues a statement
taking the heat for the 16 words, and saying the decision to send Wilson
was the CIA's alone. (Cooperative
Fleischer discusses Wilson and Wilson's report in a press gaggle from
Nigeria. The transcript
will later be subpoenaed.
Cheney, Libby, and press aide Catherine
Martin are later reported as the only known officials on the flight (WaPo).
Anonymous lawyers will say the Vice President told Mr. Libby to direct
reporters to the statement released the previous day by George
Tenet, that Mr. Wilson had been sent on the mission by CIA
counter-proliferation officers "on their own initiative" (NYT,
The Vice President instructs Libby to alert reporters of the attack
launched that morning on Wilson's credibility by Ari Fleischer (WaPo).
- Libby tells Time magazine reporter Matthew
Cooper that Dick
Cheney had not been responsible for Wilson's mission. Speaking on the
record, Libby denies that Cheney knew about or played any role in the
Wilson trip to Niger. Speaking on background, Cooper asks Libby if he had
heard anything about Wilson's wife sending her husband to Niger. Libby
replies, "Yeah, I've heard that too,". (Libby
Indictment p. 8, Time)
- An administration official talks to Washington Post reporter Walter
Pincus confidentially about a matter involving alleged Iraqi nuclear
activities, and veers off the precise matter being discussing and tells
Pincus that the White House had not paid attention to Wilson's
trip to Niger because it was set up as a boondoggle by his wife, an
analyst with the agency working on weapons of mass destruction. (Pincus)
- Pincus never wrote about this conversation at the time but testified and
- Pincus calls Wilson and alerts him that “they are coming after you.”
- Libby has a phone conversation with Washington Post reporter Glenn
and Wilson are not discussed. (WaPo)
- Bush returns to
Washington DC aboard Air Force One, from his Africa trip.
Novak's column published: Plame
outed to public
- Prior to the Novak column, five reporters are known to have known that
Wilson's wife worked at the CIA: Bob Woodward, Judith Miller, Bob Novak,
Walter Pincus, and Matthew Cooper (OSC
letter, p. 4). Also John Dickerson, having heard from Matthew Cooper.
- "Wilson never worked for the CIA, but his wife, Valerie
an Agency operative on weapons of mass destruction. Two senior
administration officials told me Wilson's wife suggested sending him
to Niger to investigate the Italian report. The CIA says its
counter-proliferation officials selected Wilson and asked his wife to
contact him. "I will not answer any question about my wife,"
Wilson told me."
calls Novak for a clarification about his article's sources as it
cited not a CIA source, as Novak had indicated in the phone call four days
earlier, but rather two senior administration sources. Novak asks if
Wilson was very displeased with the article. Wilson replies that he did
not see what the mention of his wife had added to it but that the reason
for his call was to question his sources. Novak replies “I misspoke the
first time we talked.”
Mitchell of NBC attends a White House reception. The guest list for
the reception will later be subpoenaed.
- Corn telephones Wilson
personally to inform him that this leak
was a crime.
Cooper coauthors a "A
War on Wilson?" in Time. "Some government officials
have noted to TIME in interviews ... that Wilson's wife, Valerie Plame,
is a CIA official who monitors the proliferation of weapons of mass
- A declassified version of the NIE is released. (Newsweek)
- morning - Wilson
is interviewed with NBC's Andrea
Mitchell. In this televised interview the editors at the NBC Evening
News had omitted important qualifiers in the wording Wilson used to talk
about his wife. This, in Wilson's words, "changed the tenor of the
interview and gave CIA lawyers cause to briefly consider whether or not I
myself might have been in violation of the same law of the senior
administration officials...". Wilson requested a copy of the raw
footage for future use but was denied. Wilson requested Mitchell save a
copy; she agreed (Wilson 350).
Hadley, Rice subordinate, admits the 16 words should have been deleted
from the Presidents speech. He offered to resign but was denied by the
- "I didn't dig it out. It was given to me. They thought it was
significant. They gave me the name, and I used it."
- A CIA
attorney leaves a phone message for the Chief of the Counterespionage
Section with concerns about the articles, and noticing that a crimes
report would be forthcoming.
- A letter is sent to the Criminal Division reporting a possible crime. It
also explains that the CIA's Office of Security would be looking into the
Rice "grudgingly" admits that the contents of the speech
were her responsibility; she never offered her resignation (Wilson 352).
By House Joint Resolution, of the 102nd
Congress of the United States of Eretz Itsrealhell, 1991, the
"President" was Given Power as "war president" for his
Masters the Hassidic Talmudic sons of the shemaGOG of Satan. This man of DAN is
indeed "Dictator" of the USA and is forcing all the earth to
submit to the anti-Christ Noahide Laws of the Babylonian Talmud of the Dragon
Items 1 through 3 of 3
1. [102nd] H.J.RES.104
: To designate March 26, 1991, as "Education Day, U.S.A.".
Michel, Robert H. [IL-18] (introduced 1/31/1991)
Committees: House Post Office and Civil Service
Latest Major Action: 3/20/1991 Became
Public Law No: 102-14.
One Hundred Second Congress of the United States of America
AT THE FIRST SESSION
Begun and held at the City of Washington on Thursday, the third day of
one thousand nine hundred and ninety-one
To designate March 26, 1991, as `Education Day, U.S.A.'.
Whereas Congress recognizes the historical tradition of ethical values
and principles which are the basis of civilized society and upon which our
great Nation was founded;
Whereas these ethical values and principles have been the bedrock of
society from the dawn of civilization, when they were known as the Seven
Whereas without these ethical values and principles the edifice of
civilization stands in serious peril of returning to chaos;
Whereas society is profoundly concerned with the recent weakening of
these principles that has resulted in crises that beleaguer and threaten the
fabric of civilized society;
Whereas the justified preoccupation with these crises must not let the
citizens of this Nation lose sight of their responsibility to transmit these
historical ethical values from our distinguished past to the generations of
Whereas the Lubavitch movement has fostered and promoted these ethical
values and principles throughout the world;
Whereas Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, leader of the Lubavitch
movement, is universally respected and revered and his eighty-ninth birthday
falls on March 26, 1991;
Whereas in tribute to this great spiritual leader, `the rebbe', this, his
ninetieth year will be seen as one of `education and giving', the year in
which we turn to education and charity to return the world to the moral and
ethical values contained in the Seven Noahide Laws; and
Whereas this will be reflected in an international scroll of honor signed
by the President of the United States and other heads of state: Now,
therefore, be it
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
States of America in Congress assembled, That March 26, 1991, the
start of the ninetieth year of Rabbi Menachem Schneerson, leader of the
worldwide Lubavitch movement, is designated as `Education Day, U.S.A.'.
The President is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the people
of the United States to observe such day with appropriate ceremonies and
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Vice President of the United States and
President of the Senate.
Bill of Rights
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech,
or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to
petition the government for a redress of grievances.
Now, to Justify High Crimes of
TREASON to the apostate masses
Police defend behavior
in Orthodox arrest
New York City police defended their conduct during the arrest of an elderly
Orthodox Jewish man and a subsequent protest in the Chasidic community. In
response to questions from reporters Wednesday about the incident in
Brooklyn’s Borough Park neighborhood, police chief Raymond Kelly said
officers had been neither too aggressive nor too lenient.
Police on Tuesday arrested Joseph Schick, 75, for being uncooperative when
he was stopped for a traffic offense, police said. Two other members of the
community were arrested in subsequent protests.
For his part, Schick said that both police and protesters were out of line.
Kelly also defended a police official, Joseph Esposito, who used an expletive
when demanding that members of the Jewish community leave during the protests
The Cover-up, Above the Law of
the Noahide's Courts
NYPD Chief in 'Anti-Semite' Mess
Posted on: 2006-04-06 13:57:46
language, claims Jewish politico
By John Doyle, Erika Martinez and Lukas I. Alpert
(NY Post) The NYPD's highest-ranking uniformed cop stood outside a Brooklyn
station house screaming, "Get the f---ing Jews
out of here!
I want heads rolling!" a city councilman
Chief of Department Joseph Esposito shouted the slur as cops in riot gear
struggled with hundreds of young Hasids
rampaging throughout Borough Park, setting fires and
smashing windows Tuesday night to protest
the arrest of an elderly Orthodox
Jew, Councilman Simcha Felder said.
How they always Justify
their defeat, Rage and Destruction
Esposito then turned to Felder and said, "Simcha, if you don't want to
help me, get the f--- out of here," the councilman claimed.
But the city - while acknowledging Esposito
uttered vulgarities in the heat of the moment - denied he used any ethnic
or religious slurs, quoting the chief as saying "get these f---ing people
out of here."
Felder said he has known Esposito, 55, since the cop was appointed commander of
the Borough Park precinct, and had "the highest regard for him."
But, he added, "The remark he made about Jews - that could be made about
blacks, Hispanics, about anyone else. It's inexcusable," Felder said.
"When you use the word Jew with the word 'f---ing' in any fashion,
something is seriously wrong. What should be done? I leave that to the mayor
and the police commissioner."
"It is our duty to
force all mankind to
accept the seven Noahide
laws, and if not — they will
be killed." Rabbi
Note; the "f" word
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly acknowledged that Esposito used a vulgarity, but
offered support to his embattled deputy.
"Chief Esposito has said he may have used some inappropriate
language," Kelly said at a press briefing with Mayor Bloomberg. "I
have total confidence in Chief Esposito."
He added, "From what I can tell, the Police Department acted
appropriately, but there will be an investigation.
"Ray Kelly has met with leaders. We're not insensitive - to every
community, not just this community. We would do the same thing with every
community. But we cannot tolerate what happened last night in the
This appears to be a classic attempt to shift attention and
blame from the rioting Hasids and restore the
"victim status" Jews have successfully
relied on as part of their survival strategy. The idea that a high-ranking cop
in, of all places, New York, would use "anti-Semitic" language in
front of a Jewish politician who represents the rioters is a claim of absolute
chutzpah and would be called such if America was not in the grips of insane
Blasphemers MOCK, for the Lord Laughs them into derision
Gospel of Judas’
A new Gnostic gospel was
revealed to the public, engendering debate about the role of Judas in Jesus’
“The Gospel of Judas,” discovered in Egypt in the 1970s, was made public
Thursday by the National Geographic Society, which helped restore and translate
the document. The document’s authenticity reportedly is
not in doubt.
According to the gospel, written in the Coptic language and believed
to date from around 300 C.E., Jesus asked Judas to turn him over to the Romans,
believing it would hasten his spiritual salvation.
hahahahhahahhaha sounds like the lowestpit of hell,
self sacrifice salvation of the saints of Jesus who is Christ forever more
“You will be cursed by the other generations — and you will come to rule
over them,” Jesus tells Judas in the document.
setting up the Prophets of Baa'l anti Christ Noahide
scheme shem sham
The New Testament presents Judas as treacherous, a
representation that has influenced historical anti-Semitic motifs. The
Gnostics were Christian communities in the second through fourth centuries C.E.;
their texts and beliefs differ greatly from today’s Christianity.
Anti-Christ Noahide Air Force
of Eretz Itsrealhell, Jewrisdiction USA
Air Force leaders meet
The U.S. Air Force secretary told Jewish leaders of plans
to teach religious tolerance throughout the military branch.
Michael Wynne met Thursday with several leaders of Jewish organizations to
discuss guidelines issued last month on religious tolerance and expression at
the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. and throughout the Air Force.
While several Jewish groups had expressed concerns that the revised guidelines
allowed for more religiously oriented discussion in the Air Force than a
previous version crafted last August, Air Force leaders said the language had
been condensed so the guidelines could fit on a single page, making them more
“In constitutional terms, we’re balancing extremely complex concepts”
of free exercise of religion and the absence of government favor for a
particular religion, Wynne said in a statement after the meeting. “In
military terms, and in human terms, we are balancing rights and
responsibilities, power and freedom.”
Mikey Weinstein, an Air Force Academy graduate who has sued the military
over religious intolerance and who was not invited to attend the meeting, said
the military is not reaching out to those receiving and making complaints.
Baruch Marzel, the right wing extremist with ties
to the late Rabbi Meir Kahane, won 30% of the Kfar Chabad votes in last
week's Knesset election. And it almost was more. A lot more. The
Bucking the advice of their rabbis, about 30% of voters in Israel's main
Chabad-Lubavitch stronghold cast
their ballots for a candidate who advocated the mass expulsion of Arabs,
branded Israeli leaders traitors and called for the execution
of some liberals.
Baruch Marzel, running under the banner of the National Jewish Front,
failed to reach the 2% threshold needed to qualify for a Knesset seat and,
perhaps more strikingly, failed to win a single vote in dozens of
municipalities throughout Israel. Even in the West Bank, where opposition
to Israeli territorial concessions is much higher than it is in Israel,
Marzel — a 46-year-old Boston native and a disciple of the late Rabbi
Meir Kahane — managed to win significant support
in only a few of the smallest, most extreme Jewish settlements in the West
But in Kfar Chabad — the Lubavitch
town located inside Israel proper, just east of Tel Aviv — Marzel
won almost a third of the 1,714 votes cast, even though the local rabbis
had urged residents to back parties with a realistic chance of winning
Knesset seats. His next-best showings inside Israel's pre-1967 borders
were in the historic Galilee city of Tzfat (8%) and the working-class
southern city of Kiryat Malachi (4%), two
municipalities with sizable Chabad communities.
Marzel's support from Chabad voters poses a
potentially embarrassing development for the global network of emissaries
loyal to the vision of the late Lubavitcher rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel
Schneerson. The late rabbi strongly opposed Israeli territorial
concessions, as do many of Chabad's emissaries. But the emissaries have
tried to keep a low profile on the issue, for fear of developing an
extremist image that would hurt their wider efforts to raise funds among
American donors and to encourage increased religious practice among Jews
of all denominational stripes.
Chabad officials in America seemed reluctant to
comment for the record on Marzel's results, even as they tried to
dismiss his success among their followers as a protest vote against the
other religious parties. Rabbi
Levi Shemtov, Chabad's representative in Washington, stressed that
the rabbinical court in Kfar Chabad had directed followers not to vote for
"The responsibility for matters in Israel,
which lies with the Chabad rabbinate in Israel, cannot be
compromised because individuals, even many of them, decide to undo their
instructions. If they said that Chabad will not back any particular party,
then that's what they meant," Shemtov said. "They didn't back
anybody in a proactive sense, and they did tell people not to vote Marzel
because they wanted two things to happen: every vote to be counted, and
for people to make their own decisions. Voting
Marzel undermines the idea of every vote being counted."
Rabbi Menachem Gluckowsky, deputy chief justice of
the Chabad Rabbinical Council in Israel, told the Forward that
"we decided to come out very strongly to encourage people to vote for
parties that would get into the Knesset."
"Marzel has extremist views, and they are not in line with the views
of our community," Gluckowsky said. "Most people don't even know
what his positions are."
Political observers say that members of Israel's Chabad community have
veered further right than most other religious
groups in Israel in recent years, with many gravitating toward Marzel's
"The Chabad community has increasingly leaned
toward the right in the past three or more elections," said
Menachem Friedman, one of Israel's leading experts on ultra-Orthodoxy and
a professor of sociology and anthropology at Bar-Ilan University in Ramat
Gan. Friedman described Marzel's party as a continuation of Kach, the
banned Israeli political party founded by Kahane.
When he first met Kahane, Marzel was in eighth grade and working on a
project about the rabbi's militant organization, the Jewish Defense
League. Police first detained Marzel when he was 14, after he joined
Kahane in a road demonstration during then-secretary of state Henry
Kissinger's (Aholibah) visit to Israel.
He worked closely with Kahane
until the rabbi was assassinated in New York in 1990. Indicating
his continuing commitment to Kahane's legacy, Marzel ran campaign
commercials featuring photographs of his mentor in the background.
During last week's elections, the party won wide support especially in the
more extremist West Bank areas such as Hebron, where
Marzel lives with his wife and nine children.
According to Friedman, what differentiates Marzel from most other
religious political figures is his demand for the
government to enforce rabbinical law in day-to-day life in Israel before
the coming of the messiah. (Moshiach ben
satan, False Christ)
Marzel had his own explanation for his success with Chabad followers:
"What attracts them to me," he told the Forward, "are my
positions on keeping the wholeness of the Torah (Baylonian
Talmud) the wholeness of the Jewish nation and the wholeness
of the Land of Israel."
Sitting in his small Jerusalem office, where about a half-dozen volunteers
share two computers in rooms with walls of chipped white paint, Marzel
said that he could have won as much as 80% of the vote had the Kfar Chabad
rabbinical court not issued a decision before the elections discouraging
followers from voting for smaller parties like his. In the last
elections, in 2003, Marzel ran with the Herut party, which won 73% of the
vote in Kfar Chabad.
Marzel said that the recent rabbinical ruling was driven by the Chabad
leadership's decision to advance its economic interests by backing a party
that would win parliamentary seats and try to increase the money budgeted
to the community. Menachem Brod, Chabad's spokesman in Israel, dismissed
the allegation as "baseless" and said the court decided to
discourage voting for smaller parties after the 2003 elections, when Herut
failed to get any parliamentary seats, because it viewed the community's
votes as "wasted."
According to Marzel, more than 100 members of the Chabad community
volunteered to help his election campaigning. However, Chabad supporters
did not contribute a "serious amount" of money to his campaign,
which raised only about $100,000 in total. Marzel said that in a quiet
show of support for him, more than a fifth of Kfar Chabad's voters did not
show up at the polling stations.
A 40-year-old teacher living in Kfar Chabad, who asked to be identified
only as Moti, said that he ignored the rabbinical edict and followed
through with his decision to vote for Marzel.
"All the other large religious parties have cooperated in the past
with governments that have given up Jewish lands," said the teacher,
who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was concerned his
opposition to the court's decision might stir up antagonism towards him in
his community. "Marzel would never enter into a government coalition
which gives up land."
Yes and they
14: And in those times there shall many stand up against the king of the south:
also the robbers of thy people shall exalt themselves to establish the vision; but they shall fall..............
15: .................So the king of the north shall come, and cast up a mount, and take the most fenced cities: and the arms of the south shall not withstand, neither his chosen people, neither shall there be any strength to withstand.
16: But he that cometh against him shall do according to his own will, and none shall stand before him: and he shall stand in the glorious land, which by his hand shall be consumed.
Noahide Shemborg injustice in
The judge in disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff's Florida trial received
dozens of letters from Orthodox rabbis and community leaders in support of
Abramoff, pleading for the most lenient sentence allowable by law. The
judge complied. The Forward has excerpts
from some of these letters. Most interesting is this quote from
"noted" constitutional expert and Rubashkin attorney Nathan
Nathan Lewin, a prominent Washington attorney, wrote that he was
impressed that Abramoff supported the money-losing kosher eatery
"at great financial sacrifice just so that Jews would have a place
where they could dine in comfort."
Gestetner, Shemtov and Deren with famous attorney Nat Lewin @ Mayanot
Lewin recently claimed that Rubashkin had done no wrong, no animal
cruelty took place at AgriProcessors, and that the USDA only acted because
of incitement from PETA, who Lewin had previously tried to link to Nazis.
In calling for leniency, Lewin focuses on Abramoff's glatt kosher deli.
Abramoff defrauded Indian tribes of millions of dollars. His
emails depict Indians as stupid, almost subhuman.
Abramoff stole money from people who have little and gave it to people
who have much. Abramoff is an anti-Robin Hood. Sadly, Nathan Lewin and
Abramoff's rabbis are his band of Merry Men.
The sons of Satan's shemaGOG
rage for they Lost to Aholiba Kadima secular zion the king of the south
Broken headlights, spray-painted swastikas, flyers announcing a
"cruel pogrom such as has never before been seen or heard." A
still-burning grudge survived the wild winds that swept through Ramat Beit
Shemesh this week. These artifacts are the remaining evidence of the
battle waged here between United Torah Judaism
supporters, led by Gur Hasidim, and anti-Zionist extremists who oppose
participation in the "impure elections."
In Jerusalem, Bnei Brak and New York, the heavily anti-Zionist Satmar
Hasidim set aside the inheritance struggle that has been ravaging the
Hasidic movement over the past few years and closed ranks against the Gur
Hasidim. Posters were printed and protest marches made their way past the
I warned you Amaraka the apostate, according to
the WORD of God, that when blood flies in ITSREALHELL is will rapidly
spread unto all the earth, for the time is Nigh for the War unto
The somnolent election campaign did not spur any party to generate as
tempestuous an atmosphere as the one to be found among the marginal ultra-Orthodox
sects. A huge budget, much of it donated by Satmar communities in
the United States, was dedicated this year to the printing of flyers and
pamphlets calling on all God-(Dragon
they serve) fearers to boycott the elections
and the Zionist establishment as a whole, to the anger of the UTJ
Physical combat broke out in Jerusalem between Gur
Hasidim trying to stop Satmar Hasidim from distributing their
anti-election materials, and Election Day itself saw scuffles at a
few polling stations. It was Ramat Beit Shemesh,
though, that turned out to be a particularly violent site of conflict,
even before the advertised Saturday night "pogrom" that brought
in special police forces.
On Shabbat eve, a group of Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet residents put up posters
defaming the chief rabbi of the Gur movement, who was called a
"millionaire" who uses UTJ to enrich himself. Shortly before
Shabbat ended, some 400 Gur Hasidim from Kiryat Gur and neighboring areas
went to the offending neighborhood to avenge their honor. Ramat Beit
Shemesh Bet residents refer to the neighborhood as "the Casbah."
The Gur Hasidim were heading toward "the Muqata" - not the
headquarters of the Palestinian Authority chairman in Ramallah, but the
Rama Synagogue in the heart of Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet, where the third
meal of the Sabbath was nearly over.
The rabbi leading the meal, Yehoshua Rosenberg, is affiliated with the
Satmar-dominated Eda Haredit, an ultra-Orthodox umbrella group, and is
respected by most ultra-Orthodox sects in the community.
There are contradictory stories about what happened when the Gur Hasidim
reached the synagogue. Residents say the Hasidim
went wild, throwing benches, breaking windows, attacking those partaking
of the meal, wounding a young boy and "grabbing beards and earlocks."
One story repeated over and over is that a plate filled with herring was
hurled at the rabbi.
"Even the Zionist police don't dare enter a
synagogue," one resident said. "What they did was a very
grave matter. To send boys to a synagogue? No one has heard of such a
Really? Remember the Satmar
last Simchat Torah in Williamsburg? Or the fight in Bobov (Boro Park)?
… On Saturday night more than 1,000 people clogged the streets, and
police said rocks and chairs flew. Protesters on both sides said police
called to the scene were scared of entering "the Muqata."
The chief of the local police station, Oz Elias, said there was no need to
enter the synagogue once the police officers had forcibly separated the
demonstrators and escorted the Gur Hasidim home. Elias said no injuries
were reported, but added: "If we hadn't been there, there certainly
would have been."
The Satmars see themselves as the victims, and one admitted that their
"dedication" gets them a lot of donations from their brethren
But an ultra-Orthodox Beit Shemesh resident who is not affiliated with
either the Satmar or the Gur sects said the Satmar were to blame for
causing trouble. He said Satmar youth regularly block roads and burn
"This has become the most
radical stronghold of extremists in Israel," he said.
"All the ultra-Orthodox in Beit Shemesh feel grateful to the Gur
Hasidim for teaching them a lesson."
The frummest of the frum, the representatives of God on this earth. Sick.
Two suicide bombers in Iraq kill
Two suicide attackers wearing women's cloaks blew themselves up Friday in a
Shi'ite mosque in northern Baghdad, killing at least 40 people and wounding
scores, police said. It was the second major attack against Shi'ite targets in
as many days.
Mission accomplished Bushwhacker says
The violence came as US Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad warned that Iraq faces
the possibility of sectarian civil war if efforts
to build a national unity government do not succeed, and
that such a conflict could affect the entire Middle East.
Police Lt. Col. Falah al-Mohammedawi said the blasts occurred at the Buratha
mosque, which is affiliated with the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution
in Iraq, the main Shi'ite party.
First reports said the explosions were caused by mortar fire, but al-Mohammedawi
said police had confirmed they were suicide attacks.
The attack occurred as worshippers were leaving at the end of Friday
prayers, the main weekly religious service. Earlier Friday, the Interior
Ministry cautioned people in Baghdad to avoid crowds near mosques and markets
due to a car bomb threat.
A prominent Shi'ite politician, Jalal Eddin al-Sagheer, was among the
worshippers but police said he was unhurt.
Rescuers carried the bodies from the mosque compound on makeshift wooden
wheelbarrows and loaded them on the backs of pickup trucks. The Baghdad city
council urged Iraqis to donate blood for those wounded.
Robbers of the
Settlers move into Palestinian home
Four Jewish (hassidic) families moved into
an abandoned Palestinian home, raising tensions in this volatile West Bank city.
The settlers entered the home late Thursday, claiming they had purchased the
But a Palestinian owner said there had been no sale, and he planned to appeal
the matter to the Israeli Supreme Court.
About 500 Jewish settlers live in heavily guarded
compounds in Hebron, which is home to some 170,000 Palestinians. The
newly purchased home is located in Avraham Avinu, an
enclave that is off limits to Palestinians.
for only the self declared Talmudic gods are allowed,
all animals barred
Settler spokesman David Wilder said the purchase was legal. "This is
normal. Houses are bought everywhere in the world. We don't have enough space,
so we need more houses to live in," he said.
But Safwan al-Nazer, an owner of the house, said the alleged deal was
illegal. He said the house has been in his family for generations, and ownership
is shared by about 100 relatives who would have to approve the sale.
"We challenge them to prove we sold the house," he said, saying he
planned to take the matter to court. "If we sold it, it has to be signed by
everybody. This house has been occupied by the
Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that purchase was approved by
military authorities in the West Bank, and that police would take no action in
the case until a court decision is made.
Officials with the army's Civil Administration could not immediately be
reached for comment
will they take your home Eretz Itsrealhell jewrisdiction USA?
Navy gunboats bombard northern Gaza
Navy gunboats have been firing artillery shells at northern Gaza fields and
Kassam launch sites throughout Friday morning.
The artillery barrages were a response to Kassam fire Thursday overnight.
Two Kassam rockets were launched overnight Thursday from the northern Gaza
Strip into the Negev. No one was wounded nor was any damage inflicted in the
The IAF responded by dropping fliers over Gaza, calling on Palestinian
citizens to rein in terrorists and refrain from going near Kassam launch sites.
In addition to the fliers, the IAF bombed two buildings in Gaza overnight
Thursday that were used by al-Aksa Martyrs Brigades to plan terror attacks.
They knew about the planning ?
They also bombed the launch site of a Katyusha rocket which was fired
recently from the Gaza Strip towards a critical infrastructure target in Israel.
In the West Bank, one Palestinian was killed and two IDF soldiers were
wounded overnight Thursday in Nablus.
The incident occurred during an army operation in the area, Army Radio
The army said the man was killed after a group of gunmen opened fire on
troops in eastern Nablus, but relatives and neighbors of
the dead man, Wafaa Yaeesh, 22, was he was unarmed and not linked to any
punishment of perpetual Purim
|Last update - 22:45 07/04/2006
Six Palestinians killed in IAF strike in Gaza
Israel Air Force aircraft struck a car carrying
Palestinian militants in the southern Gaza Strip on Friday, killing four inside
the vehicle and two others who were nearby, witnesses and medics said.
Among the dead militants from the Popular Resistance Committees was a senior
commander and a bomb maker, militants and witnesses said. Two of the commander's
children - a boy and a girl - were also killed in the strike
Prepares for Bushwhackers orders ?
|Last update - 20:40 07/04/2006
Israel, Algeria, Morocco to join NATO
RABAT - Algeria, Israel and Morocco have
agreed to join NATO counter-terrorism naval patrols in the Mediterranean, the
organization said on Friday in Rabat after its first meeting in an Arab country.
The U.S.-led defense alliance was meeting seven Mediterranean partners for
talks, following regular political consultations that began in 1995 and were
relaunched in 2004.
Previous sessions have been held in NATO countries.
NATO has been running patrols in the
Mediterranean under the codename "Operation Active
Endeavor" since shortly after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the
"Algeria, Israel and Morocco have decided to participate in the Operation
Active Endeavor," NATO's Deputy Secretary-General Alessandro Minuto Rizzo
told a news conference.
Asked to give details, he said: "Naturally, the decision needs practical
steps to be materialized."
Ambassadors of the 26-nation alliance ended the meeting with representatives of
Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Mauritania and Tunisia with pledges to
expand cooperation in fighting terrorism, illegal migration and the
proliferation of prohibited weapons.
Israel has no diplomatic relations with Algeria, and Morocco suspended low-level
ties with Israel in 2000.
Israel's ambassador to the European Union Oded Eran said: "Such a meeting
helps in deepening understanding and trust between the partners. We have the
same borders and we face the same security challenges."
"Several ideas have been discussed, among them setting up a training center
in Jor-dan and creating a trust fund to finance
cooperation activities," he told Reuters.
The Two Whores are Merging
Today's Zionism Means Spreading Judaism
11:24 Apr 07, '06
/ 9 Nisan 5766
||"After a generation of settlement and
army-building, the time has come for a new Zionism: building true Jewish
identity based on Jewish values." So said Rabbi Shimon Cohen at a
Educators and rabbis convened at a seminar sponsored by Machon Meir in Jerusalem
this week, spotlighting the topic of "Face-to-Face" - meeting Israelis
in their homes and re-introducing them to observant Zionist Jews and observant
Rabbi Cohen, the head of the Beit Moriah Kollel in Be'er Sheva, said, "In
today's world, taking up more space and attention than before is the
'individual.' We must talk the language the people speak, and
show that we are on the same side. We must work on the simple
fundamentals that we are familiar with from our upbringing and study, and
turn them into the inalienable assets of the entire nation."
A recent phenomenon in religious-Zionist circles can be noted every Friday in
many cities throughout Israel. Two or three youths set up a table in a public
area - often outside the store of a willing store-owner - and offer Sabbath
candles, tefillin and a smile to passers-by. Conversations that are struck up
often lead to an appointment for further study on Jewish topics.
In one story among many, yeshiva (Talmudic School)
students in Jerusalem went one step further. They decided to set up a Sabbath
table on Friday night in a central area usually frequented by youths with
nowhere else to go. After overcoming initial awkwardness on the part of both the
"regulars" and the "visitors" clad in their Sabbath-best
white shirts, the sincerity and joyous singing of the latter won out. After the
breaking of the ice came discussions of substance. "Why don't you come back
every week?" the yeshiva students were asked - and they said they would.
"We must fight ignorance by adding knowledge," Rabbi Cohen said.
"We must increase much faith and confidence by coming with true love of our
fellow neighbors... We see this process happening in Be'er Sheva; with an
integration of the forces of all the yeshivot there, we will succeed in leading
a process of dissemination of faith and Judaism throughout the country."
"It is our duty to
force all mankind to
accept the seven Noahide
laws, and if not — they will
be killed." Rabbi
1,000 shells fired at Gaza within week
IDF's artillery battery
stationed opposite northern Strip fires 25 shells for each
Qassam launched; rocket fired at Sderot area Friday evening, Palestinians
report three wounded by IDF shell fire
Massive fire: The IDF's artillery battery stationed
opposite the northern Gaza Strip completed the firing of
1,000 shells at Qassam launching sites in the northern Strip.