The Protocols of the Red Sofiet
Talmudic Dan Sanhedrin's Illuminated Hassidic Chabad Lubavitch
"Masters" of satan's shemmyGoG
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
The Nasi of Dan
Bush Vows to Continue Spying on Americans
The Associated Press
Saturday 17 December 2005
Reacting to Bush's vow to continue spying on Americans, Sen. Russell
Feingold, D-Wis., said the president's remarks were "breathtaking in how
extreme they were." Feingold said it was "absurd" that Bush
said he relied on his inherent power as president to authorize the wiretaps.
"If that's true, he doesn't need the Patriot Act because he can just make
it up as he goes along. I tell you, he's President George Bush, not King
Washington - President Bush said Saturday he has no
intention of stopping his personal authorizations of a post-Sept. 11 secret
eavesdropping program in the US, lashing out at those involved in revealing it
while defending it as crucial to preventing future attacks.
"This is a highly classified program that is
crucial to our national security," he said in a radio address delivered
live from the White House's Roosevelt Room.
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Sanhedrin of the Chabad Lubavitch anti-Christ
"This authorization is a vital tool in our war
against the terrorists. It is critical to saving American lives. The American
people expect me to do everything in my power, under our
laws and Constitution, to protect them and their civil liberties and that
is exactly what I will continue to do as long as I am president of the United
States," Bush said.
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
Angry members of Congress have demanded an
explanation of the program, first revealed in Friday's New York Times and
whether the monitoring by the National Security Agency without obtaining
warrants from a court violates civil liberties. One Democrat said in response to
Bush's remarks on the radio that Bush was acting more like a king than the
elected president of a democracy.
Nasi of Dan of Sanhedrin over the "Goyim"
Gen:49:16: Dan shall judge his people, as one of the tribes of Israel.
Bush said the program was narrowly designed and used
"consistent with US law and the Constitution." He said it is used only
to intercept the international communications of people inside the United States
who have been determined to have "a clear link" to al-Qaida or related
The program is reviewed every 45 days, using fresh
threat assessments, legal reviews by the Justice Department, White House counsel
and others, and information from previous activities under the program, the
Without identifying specific lawmakers, Bush said
congressional leaders have been briefed more than a dozen times on the program's
Treasonous Congress of the People, for the people and
by the People, yet the people were not told.
The president also said the intelligence officials
involved in the monitoring receive extensive training to make sure civil
liberties are not violated.
Appearing angry at points during his eight-minute
address, Bush said he had reauthorized the program more than 30 times since the
terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and plans to continue
"I intend to do so for as long as our nation
faces a continuing threat from al-Qaida and related groups," he said.
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fighting back for the seat of the whore city, Jerusalem
The president contended the program has helped
"detect and prevent possible terrorist attacks in the US and abroad,"
but did not provide specific examples.
He said it is designed in part to fix problems raised
by the Sept. 11 commission, which found that two of the suicide hijackers were
communicating from San Diego with al-Qaida operatives overseas.
"The activities I have authorized make it more
likely that killers like these 9-11 hijackers will be identified and located in
time," he said.
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hijackers were not on the Plane...Boss
In an effort by the administration that appeared
coordinated to stem criticism, Bush's remarks echoed - in many cases
word-for-word - those issued Friday night by a senior intelligence official who
spoke on condition of anonymity. The president's highly unusual
discussion of classified activities showed the sensitive nature of the program,
whose existence was revealed as Congress was trying to renew the
terrorism-fighting Patriot Act and complicated that effort, a top priority of
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Noahide Act...Patriot Act, Noahide Enforcement.....Act 15
Senate Democrats joined with a handful of Republicans
on Friday to stall the bill. Those opposing the renewal of key provisions of the
act that are expiring say they threaten constitutional liberties.
Reacting to Bush's defense of the NSA program, Sen.
Russell Feingold, D-Wis., said the president's remarks were "breathtaking
in how extreme they were."
Feingold said it was "absurd"
that Bush said he relied on his inherent power as president to authorize the
"If that's true, he
doesn't need the Patriot Act because he can just make it up as he goes along.
I tell you, he's President George Bush, not King George Bush. This is not the
system of government we have and that we fought for," Feingold told The
Associated Press in a telephone interview.
The president had harsh words for those who talked
about the program to the media, saying their actions were illegal and improper.
"If they are with Bushitler and his Hassidic
Chabad Lubavitchers" they are against you Saints of Jesus the Lord Living
"As a result, our enemies have learned
information they should not have," he said. "The unauthorized
disclosure of this effort damages our national security and puts our citizens at
Shemborg Collective Purim if they do not accept the
Universal anti-Christ Noahide Laws of satan's Sanhedrin Beast
Do you Remember.............2000
the Y2k Shemsham
Television Broadcast February 27, 2000
ECHELON; WORLDWIDE CONVERSATIONS BEING RECEIVED BY THE
ECHELON SYSTEM MAY FALL INTO THE WRONG HANDS AND INNOCENT PEOPLE MAY BE TAGGED
STEVE KROFT, co-host:
If you made a phone call today or sent an e-mail to a friend, there's a good
chance what you said or wrote was captured and screened by the country's largest
intelligence agency. The top-secret Global Surveillance
Network is called Echelon, and it's run by the National Security Agency and four
English-speaking allies: Canada, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand.
The mission is to eavesdrop on enemies of the state: foreign countries,
terrorist groups and drug cartels. But in the process,
Echelon's computers capture virtually every electronic conversation around the
All are Guilty unless allowed to be Innocent...
Bushitler's Hassidic Treason, Murders, Thefts and BLASPHEMY
How does it work, and what happens to all the information that's gathered? A
lot of people have begun to ask that question, and some
suspect that the information is being used for more than just catching bad guys.
(Footage of satellite; person talking on cell phone; fax machine; ATM being
used; telephone pole and wires; radio towers)
KROFT: (Voiceover) We can't see them, but the air around us is filled with
invisible electronic signals, everything from cell phone conversations to fax
transmissions to ATM transfers. What most people don't
realize is that virtually every signal radiated across the electromagnetic
spectrum is being collected and analyzed.
How much of the world is covered by them?
Mr. MIKE FROST (Former Spy): The entire world, the whole planet--covers
everything. Echelon covers everything that's radiated worldwide at any given
KROFT: Every square inch is covered.
Mr. FROST: Every square inch is covered.
(Footage of Frost; listening post)
KROFT: (Voiceover) Mike Frost spent 20 years as a spy for the CSE, the
Canadian equivalent of the National Security Agency, and he is the only
high-ranking former intelligence agent to speak publicly about the Echelon
program. Frost even showed us one of the installations where he says operators
can listen in to just about anything.
Mr. FROST: Everything from--from data transfers to cell
phones to portable phones to baby monitors to ATMs...
KROFT: Baby monitors?
Mr. FROST: Oh, yeah. Baby monitors give you a lot of
(Footage of listening posts)
KROFT: (Voiceover) This listening post outside Ottawa is just part of a
network of spy stations, which are hidden in the hills of West Virginia, in
remote parts of Washington state, even in plain view among the sheep pastures of
This is Menwith Hill Station in the Yorkshire countryside of Northern
England. Even though we're on British soil, Menwith Hill
is an American base operated by the National Security Agency. It's
believed to be the largest spy station in the world.
(Footage of Menwith Hill Station; aerial footage of NSA headquarters;
KROFT: (Voiceover) Inside each globe are huge dishes which intercept and
download satellite communications from around the world. The information is then
sent on to NSA headquarters at Fort Meade, Maryland, where acres of
supercomputers scan millions of transmissions word by
word, looking for key phrases and, some say, specific voices that may be of
Mr. FROST: Everything is looked at. The entire take is looked at. And the
computer sorts out what it is told to sort out, be it, say, by key words such as
'bomb' or 'terrorist' or 'blow up,' to telephone numbers or--or a person's name.
And people are getting caught, and--and that's great.
(Footage of National Security Agency; Carlos the Jackal; two Libyans in
KROFT: (Voiceover) The National Security Agency won't talk about those
successes or even confirm that a program called Echelon exists. But it's
believed the international terrorist Carlos the Jackal was captured with the
assistance of Echelon, and that it helped identify two Libyans the US believes
blew up Pan-Am Flight 103.
Is it possible for people like you and I, innocent civilians, to be targeted
Mr. FROST: Not only possible, not only probable, but
factual. While I was at CSE, a classic example: A lady had been to a
school play the night before, and her son was in the school play and she thought
he did a--a lousy job. Next morning, she was talking on the telephone to her
friend, and she said to her friend something like this, 'Oh, Danny
really bombed last night,'
just like that. The computer spit that conversation out. The analyst that was
looking at it was not too sure about what the conversation w--was referring to,
so erring on the side of caution, he listed that lady and her phone number in
the database as a possible terrorist.
KROFT: This is not urban legend you're talking about. This actually happened?
Mr. FROST: Factual. Absolutely fact. No legend here.
(Vintage footage of Fonda; Spock; King; congressional hearing; the Capitol
KROFT: (Voiceover) Back in the 1970s, the NSA was
caught red-handed spying on anti-war protesters like Jane Fonda and Dr. Benjamin
Spock, and it turns out they had been recording the conversations of civil
rights leaders like Martin Luther King in the 1960s. When Congress found
out, it drafted strict, new laws
prohibiting the NSA from spying on Americans, but today, there's enough
renewed concern about potential abuses that Congress is revisiting the issue.
Representative BOB BARR (Republican, Georgia): (From C-SPAN) One such project
known as Project Echelon engages in the interception of
literally millions of communications involving United States citizens.
(Footage of Barr; NSA sign; Goss and Kroft)
KROFT: (Voiceover) But even members
of Congress have trouble getting information about Echelon. Last year,
the NSA refused to provide internal memoranda on the program to Porter
Goss, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
What exactly was it that you requested?
Representative PORTER GOSS (Chairman, House Intelligence Committee): Well, I
can't get too specific about it, but there was some information about procedures
in how the NSA people would employ some safeguards, and I
wanted to see all the correspondence on that to make sure that those safeguards
were being completely honored.
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out by Bushitlers Chinese made dime store flag waving Noahide Acts they call
At that point, one of the counsels of the NSA said, 'Well, we don't think we
need to share this information with the Oversight Committee.' And we said,
'Well, we're sorry about that. We do have the oversight, and you will share the
information with us,' and they did.
(Footage of Goss and Kroft)
KROFT: (Voiceover) But only after Goss threatened to cut the NSA's budget. He
still believes, though, that the NSA does not eavesdrop on innocent American
If the NSA has capabilities to screen enormous numbers of telephone calls,
faxes, e-mails, whatnot, how do you filter out the American conversations, and
how do you--how can you be sure that no one is listening to those conversations?
Rep. GOSS: We do have methods for that, and I am relatively sure that those
procedures are working very well.
(Footage of Madsen; epic.org Web site; Amnesty International gathering;
Greenpeace members in a boat; Princess Diana)
KROFT: (Voiceover) Others aren't so sure. Wayne
Madsen works with a group called the Electronic Privacy Information
Center, which is suing the NSA to get a copy of the documents that were finally
turned over to Congressman Goss. Madsen, a former naval officer who used to work
for the NSA, is concerned about reports that Echelon has listened in on groups
like Amnesty International and Greenpeace. Last year, the NSA was forced to
acknowledge that it had more than 1,000 pages of information on the late
Mr. WAYNE MADSEN (Electronic Privacy Information Center):
Princess Diana, in her campaign against land mines, of course, was completely at
odds with US policy, so her activities were of tremendous interest to--to
the US policy-makers, of course, and--and, therefore, to the National Security
KROFT: Do you think the--the NSA only monitored her conversations that
involved land mines?
Mr. MADSEN: Well, when NSA extends the big drift net out there, it's possible
that they're picking up more than just her conversations concerning land mines.
What they do with that intelligence, who knows?
Use it for her extrajewdicial assasination
(Footage of newspaper headlines; Menwith Hill Station)
KROFT: (Voiceover) In the early 1990s, some of Diana's personal
conversations, as well as those of some others associated with the royal family,
mysteriously appeared in the British tabloids. Could some of those conversations
have been picked up by that US spy station in England?
Mr. MADSEN: (Voiceover) There's been some speculation that Menwith Hill may
have been involved in the intercepts of those communications as--as well.
And how--how could that be legal? Well, British intelligence could say,
'Well, we didn't eavesdrop on members of the British royal family. These
happened to be conducted by, you know, one of our strategic partners.' And,
therefore, they would skirt the--skirt the British laws against intercepts of
even as Bushitler uses his Torture
(Footage of National Security Agency sign)
KROFT: (Voiceover) The US admits it often shares intelligence with its
allies, but never to get around the law.
Mr. FROST: Never, Steve, will
governments admit that they can circumvent legislation by asking another country
to do for them what they can't do for themselves. They will never admit
that. But that sort of thing is so easy to do. It is so commonplace.
See Jesus, the Pharisees and the Roman Catholicos
KROFT: Do you have any first-hand experience?
Mr. FROST: I do have first-hand experience where CSE did some dirty work for
Margaret Thatcher when she was prime minister. She...
KROFT: What kind of dirty work?
Mr. FROST: Well, at the time, she had two ministers that she said, quote,
"They weren't on side," unquote, and she wanted to find out, not what
these ministers were saying, but what they were thinking. So my boss, as a
matter of fact, went to McDonald House in London and did intercept traffic from
these two ministers. The British Parliament now have total deniability. They
didn't do anything. They know nothing about it. Of course they didn't do
anything; we did it for them.
(Footage of Newsham and Kroft)
KROFT: (Voiceover) One of the few people to acknowledge that they have
listened to conversations over the Echelon system is Margaret Newsham, who
worked at Menwith Hill in England back in 1979. She had a top secret security
So who--you--you knew that conversations were being pulled off satellites.
Ms. MARGARET NEWSHAM: Yes. But to my knowledge, all it was going to be would
be like Russian, Chinese or, y--you know, foreign.
(Footage of Newsham)
KROFT: (Voiceover) But soon, she says, she discovered it wasn't only the
Russians and the Chinese who were the targets.
Ms. NEWSHAM: I walked into the office building and a friend said, 'Come over
here and listen to--to this thing.' And--and he had
headphones on, so I took the headphones and I listened to it, and--and I looked
at him and I'm going, 'That's an American.' And he said, 'Well, yeah.'
KROFT: And it was definitely an American voice?
Ms. NEWSHAM: It was definitely an American voice, and it was a voice that was
distinct. And I said, 'Well, who is that?' And he said it
was Senator Strom Thurmond. And I go, 'What?'
KROFT: Do you think this kind of stuff goes on?
Mr. FROST: Oh, of course it goes on. Been going on for years. Of course it
KROFT: You mean the National Security Agency spying on politicians in...
Mr. FROST: Well, I--I...
KROFT: ...in the United States?
Mr. FROST: Sounds ludicrous, doesn't it? Sounds like the world of fiction.
It's not; not the world of fiction. That's the way it works. I've
been there. I was trained by you guys.
Rep. GOSS: Certainly possible that something like that could happen. The
question is: What happened next?
KROFT: What do you mean?
Rep. GOSS: It is certainly possible that somebody overheard me in a
conversation. I have just been in Europe. I have been talking to people on a
telephone and elsewhere. So it's very possible somebody could have heard me. But
the question is: What do they do about it? I mean, I cannot stop the dust in the
ether; it's there. But what I can make sure is that it's not abused--the
capability's not abused, and that's what we do.
KROFT: Much of what's known about the Echelon program comes not from enemies
of the United States, but from its friends. Last year, the European Parliament,
which meets here in Strasbourg, France, issued a report listing many of the
Echelon's spy stations around the world and detailing their surveillance
capabilities. The report says Echelon is not just being used to track spies and
terrorists. It claims the United States is using it for
corporate and industrial espionage as well, gathering sensitive information on
European corporations, then turning it over to American competitors so they can
gain an economic advantage.
(Footage of report; plane; report; Raytheon sign; Ford and Kroft)
KROFT: (Voiceover) The European Parliament report alleges that the NSA
'lifted all the faxes and phone calls' between the European aircraft
manufacturer Airbus and Saudi Arabian Airlines, and that the information helped
two American companies, Boeing and McDonnell Douglas, win a $ 6 billion
contract. The report also alleges that the French company Thomson-CSF lost a $
1.3 billion satellite deal to Raytheon the same way. Glen Ford is the member of
the European Parliament who commissioned the report.
Mr. GLEN FORD (European Parliament Member): It's not the--if you want, the
Echelon system that's the problem. It's how it's being used. Now, you know, if
we're catching the bad guys, we're completely in favor of that, whether it's you
catching the bad guys, us or anybody else. We don't like
the bad guys. What we're concerned about is that some of the good guys in my
constituency don't have jobs because US corporations got an inside track on--on
some global deal.
(Footage of encryption machine; Clinton and several men walking; Ford)
KROFT: (Voiceover) Increasingly, European governments and corporations are
turning to something called encryption, a system of scrambling phone, fax or
e-mail transmissions so that the Echelon system won't be able to read them. The
US is worried about the technology falling into the hands of terrorists or other
enemies. The Clinton administration has been trying to persuade the Europeans to
give law enforcement and intelligence agencies a key with which they can unlock
the code in matters of national security. Glen Ford, the European
parliamentarian, agrees it's a good idea, in principle.
Mr. FORD: However, if we are not assured that that is n--not going to be
abused, then I'm afraid we may well take the view, 'Sorry, no.' In the United
Kingdom, it's traditional for people to leave a key under the doormat if they
want the neighbors to come in and--and do something in their house. Well, we're
neighbors, and we're not going to leave the electronic key under the doormat if
you're going to come in and steal the family silver.
KROFT: Y--you said that you think that this is basically a good idea, that we
have to do this at some...
Mr. FROST: Oh, in a perfect world, we would not need the NSA, we would not
need CSE. But, you know, we have to. We have to in the areas of terrorism, drug
lords. We--we'd be lost without them. My concern is no
accountability and nothing--no safety net in place for the innocent people that
fall through the cracks. That's my concern.
KROFT: Accountability isn't the only issue that's of interest to Congress.
There is growing concern within the intelligence community that encryption and
the worldwide move to fiber-optic cables, which Echelon may not be able to
penetrate, will erode the NSA's ability to gather the intelligence vital to
national security. The agency is looking for more money to develop new
Congress Authorized Spying
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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 constitution.
Dec 19 10:15 AM US/Eastern
WASHINGTON - Responding to a
congressional uproar, the Bush administration said Monday that a secret domestic
surveillance program had yielded intelligence results that would not have been
available otherwise in the war on terror. With Democrats and Republicans alike
questioning whether President Bush had the legal authority to approve the
program, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales argued that
Congress had essentially given Bush broad powers to order the domestic
surveillance after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
We shall justify this last right on the
ground that the president as chief of
the whole army of the country (Commander
in Chief) 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
Our position is that the authorization to use military force which was passed
by the Congress shortly after Sept. 11 constitutes that authority," said
Gonzales. He called the monitoring "probably the most classified program
that exists in the United States government."
TREASONOUS Blasphemous Lying Dogs of the RED Sofiet
Tlmudic Beast of the Whore
Protocols of the Sofiet Beast....
14. It is easy to understand that
in these conditions the key of the shrine will lie in our hands, and no one
outside ourselves will any longer direct the force of legislation.
At a White House briefing and in a round of television appearances, Gonzales
provided a more detailed legal rationale for Bush's decision authorizing the
National Security Agency to eavesdrop on international phone calls and e-mails
of people within the United States without seeking warrants from courts. He said
Bush's authorization requires that at least one of the parties be outside the
country and linked to al-Qaida or an affiliated organization.
15. Besides this we shall, with the introduction of the
new republican constitution, take from the Chamber the right of interpolation on
government measures, on the pretext of preserving
political secrecy, and, further, we shall by the
new constitution reduce the number of representatives to a minimum, thereby
proportionately reducing political passions and the passion for politics. If,
however, they should, which is hardly to be expected, burst into flame, even in
this minimum, we shall nullify them by a stirring appeal and a
reference to the majority of the whole people ... Upon the president
will depend the appointment of presidents and vice-presidents of the Chamber and
the Senate. Instead of constant sessions of Parliaments we shall reduce their
sittings to a few months. Moreover, the president,
as chief of the executive power, will have the right to summon and dissolve
Parliament, and, in the latter case, to prolong the time for the appointment of
a new parliamentary assembly. But in order that the consequences of all these
acts which in substance are illegal, should not,
prematurely for our plans, fall upon the responsibility established by us of the
president, WE SHALL INSTIGATE MINISTERS
AND OTHER OFFICIALS OF THE HIGHER ADMINISTRATION ABOUT THE PRESIDENT
TO EVADE HIS DISPOSITIONS BY TAKING MEASURES OF THEIR OWN, for doing
which they will be made the scapegoats in his place ... This part we especially
recommend to be given to be played by the Senate, the Council of
State, or the Council of Ministers, but not to an individual official.
But he refused to say how many Americans had been targeted and insisted the
eavesdropping was "very limited, targeted" electronic surveillance.
"This is not a situation of domestic spying," he said.
Gonzales defended Bush's decision not to seek warrants from the secretive
Federal Intelligence Surveillance Court, saying that "we don't have the
speed and the agility that we need in all circumstances to deal with this new
kind of enemy."
16. The president
will, at our discretion, interpret the sense of such of
the existing laws as admit of various interpretation; he will further annul them
when we indicate to him the necessity to do so, besides this, he
will have the right to propose temporary laws, and even new departures in the
government constitutional working, the pretext both for the one and the
other being the requirements for the supreme welfare of the State.
Gen. Michael Hayden, deputy national intelligence director who was head of
the NSA when the program began in October 2001, said, "I can say
unequivocally we have got information through this program that would not
otherwise have been available."
By TREASON and Murder and Blasphemy and torture
In offering only a glimpse into the program, Hayden said the monitoring would
take place for a shorter period of time and be less intrusive than what is
normally authorized by the secret surveillance court. Yet he acknowledged that
the program is more aggressive than other government monitoring.
The domestic spying revelations has created an uproar in Congress, with
Democrats and Republicans calling for investigations.
"They talk about constitutional authority," said Senate Judiciary
Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa. "There are limits as to what the president
can do." He has said he'll hold hearings on the monitoring program early next
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Gonzales would not say who in
Congress was briefed or when, but said that more lawmakers have been told
of the program in recent days, including Specter. "We're
engaged now in a process of educating the American people ... and educating the
American Congress," Gonzales said.
17. By such measure we shall obtain the power of
destroying little by little, step by step, all that at the outset when we enter
on our rights, we are compelled to introduce into the constitutions
of States to prepare for the transition to an imperceptible abolition of every
kind of constitution, and then the time is come to turn every form of government
into OUR DESPOTISM
Monday's briefing was the most detailed legal explanation given by an
administration officials since the New York Times reported Thursday night that
Bush had authorized the NSA to conduct the surveillance after the 9/11 attacks.
"This is just an outrageous power grab," said Sen. Russ Feingold,
D- Wis. on NBC's "Today" show. "Nobody, nobody thought when we
passed a resolution to invade Afghanistan and to fight the war on terror ... that
this was an authorization to allow a wiretapping against the law of the United
Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid of Nevada also called for an
investigation, and House Democratic leaders asked Speaker Dennis
Hastert to create a bipartisan panel to do the same.
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Bush acknowledged in his weekly radio address Saturday
that he had authorized the spying, saying it was a necessary step in the war
The existence of the NSA program surfaced as Bush was fighting to save the
expiring provisions of the USA Patriot Act, the domestic anti- terrorism law
enacted after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Renewal of the law has stalled over some its most contentious provisions,
including powers granted law enforcement to gain secret access to library and
medical records and other personal data during investigations of suspected
Thus they bring their son of Perdition, that
RED Talmudic Beast Moshiach false king by fear and Chaos
18. The recognition of our despot may also come before
the destruction of the constitution; the moment for this recognition will come
when the peoples, utterly wearied by the irregularities and incompetence - a
matter which we shall arrange for - of their rulers, will clamor:
"Away with them and give us one
king over all the earth
who will unite us and annihilate the causes of
disorders - frontiers, nationalities, religions, State debts - who will give
us peace and quiet which we cannot find under our rulers and
Mt:12:30: He that is not with me is against me; and he that gathereth not with me scattereth abroad.
19. But you yourselves perfectly well know that TO
PRODUCE THE POSSIBILITY OF THE EXPRESSION OF SUCH WISHES BY ALL THE NATIONS IT
IS INDISPENSABLE TO TROUBLE IN ALL COUNTRIES THE PEOPLE'S RELATIONS WITH THEIR
GOVERNMENTS SO AS TO UTTERLY EXHAUST HUMANITY WITH DISSENSION, HATRED,
STRUGGLE, ENVY AND EVEN BY THE USE OF TORTURE, BY
STARVATION, BY THE INOCULATION OF DISEASES, BY WANT, SO THAT THE
"GOYIM" SEE NO OTHER ISSUE THAN TO TAKE REFUGE IN OUR COMPLETE
SOVEREIGNTY IN MONEY AND IN ALL ELSE.
Exposing Treason is shameful
because "we do not torture"
Bush says spying leak shameful
NSA eavesdropping operation.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush said on Monday he presumed
a Justice Department leak investigation was underway into who disclosed a
a cover-up for even yet MORE TREASON
"My personal opinion is it was a shameful act for someone to disclose this
very important (Shemful Akt)
program in a time of war," Bush told a news conference at which he was
questioned repeatedly about the controversial operation disclosed on Friday by
The new York Times.
"There's a process that goes on inside the Justice Department about leaks.
I presume that process is moving forward," Bush added.
Bush said merely discussing the program was helping enemies of the United
States, who continue to plot attacks.
Chabad Lubavitch and their Mossad, Bush?
"You got to understand, and I hope the American people understand, there
is still an enemy that would like to strike the United States of America and
they are very dangerous."
The disclosure of the covert domestic spying program has triggered concerns
among both Democrats and Republicans, with many lawmakers questioning whether it
violates the U.S. Constitution.
Several lawmakers from both parties have backed a planned hearing on the
issue by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter, a Pennsylvania
excerpt from "protocols of Chabad Lubavitchers of zion"
So that the true
meaning of things shall not strike the goyim until the proper time, we shall
mask it under an alleged ardent desire to serve the working classes. . If any
States raise a protest against us, it is only pro forma and by our direction, for
their anti-Semitism is indispensable to us for the management of our lesser
The Holocaust has become a popular method for understanding popular culture.
Since the Shoah (Holocaust)
is the ultimate in everything,
using it calls for a sense of responsibility,. As
Dr. Roth stated in his address, "handle with care."
Several Messianic (Moshiach false Christ)
movements within Judaism have capitalized on the Shoah
as a marker for the coming of the Messiah. The Lubavitch movement (see
among others constitute a major force in Judaism and
have helped direct Jewish thinking on the Holocaust. The movement was
not a reaction to the prosperity of the Jewish people since the Shoah
rather than a reaction to the tragic aspects of the Shoah
itself. For the Lubavitchers, the Holocaust was a
preparation for the Jewish people to be purified and strengthened from
suffering, but it was not a punishment for anything the Jews did in the
sight of God. To many Jews, God revealed Himself from within through suffering
along with His people. When the Jews suffered, God suffered along with them.
GENTILES ARE CATTLE
8. And how far-seeing were our
learned elders in ancient times when they said that to attain a serious end it
behooves not to stop at any means or to count the victims sacrificed for the
sake of that end .... We have not counted the victims of the seed of the GOY
cattle, though we have sacrificed many of our
own, but for that we have now already
given them such a position on the earth as they could not even have dreamed of. The
comparatively small numbers of the victims from the number of ours have
preserved our nationality from
From: Ilan Hartuv <email@example.com> Date: Wed, 25 Mar 1998 22:55:52
+0200 Subject: Holocaust and Ghetto Misha Nathani recommends to use the terms
"khurban" instead of holocaust. However, the Hebrew word "khurban"
denotes destruction of something previously built. That's why we speak in
Israel of "khurban habayith harishon", the destruction of the First
Temple, and "khurban habayith hasheni", the destruction of the
second Temple. We almost never refer to the catastrophy of European Jewry as
"khurban". But the suggestion to use the term "shoah"
seems to me excellent, and it was already done by Claude Lantzman in his
excellent film and by others. So while a Hebrew speaker can refer in Hebrew to
the Armenian Shoah,
when the term will be used in any other language, it will be obvious that it
refers to the Jewish Holocaust. Ilan Hartuv
Sho nuf, Hanookamas for war
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Happy Hanookamas everyone
Posted on Fri, Dec. 16, 2005
Jewish History Month proposal up to president
The House of Representatives approved a resolution Thursday calling on
the president to proclaim January as Jewish History Month.
BY BETH REINHARD
Quick, who was Judith Resnik?
If President Bush heeds Thursday's congressional resolution urging him to
designate January as Jewish History Month, schoolchildren across the nation may
learn that Resnik was the first Jewish-American woman astronaut. She was killed
in the 1986 explosion of the space shuttle Challenger.
The Jewish history resolution was sponsored by U.S. Rep.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Weston Democrat who represents Broward and
Miami-Dade counties and happens to be the first Jewish
congresswoman from Florida.
She envisions classroom instruction, public ceremonies and broadcast
announcements similar to those for black and women's history months in February
and March. Whether Jewish History Month would gain that level of national
acceptance and participation depends on whether it is
embraced by schools and other educational institutions.
''There's a generation of children growing up with a fading memory of what
happened during World War II or even an understanding of anyone who is Jewish or
their culture and traditions,'' said Wasserman Schultz in a telephone interview
shortly after the 423-0 vote in the House of
Representatives. ``Through education comes tolerance.''
and Noahide slavery unto the beast
The Jewish history resolution naturally raises questions about
commemorative months for other religious groups.
Gary Cass, executive director of the Center for Reclaiming
America, a national Christian organization based in Fort Lauderdale, said
he supported any group's efforts to celebrate its heritage. But just as he and
other Christian conservatives object to secular celebrations of Christmas, he
objects to teaching Jewish history without talk of religious practices and
values. ''We cannot seem to have an honest discussion about the Christian roots
of America,'' he said. ``How much tolerance would [Congresswoman
Wasserman Schultz] have for a Christian Heritage month?''
Judaism is unique, Wasserman Schultz said, because it is both a culture and a
Unto the dragon
She said she would not support teaching any religion in public
For Noahidism is Atheism
The resolution is the second Jewish-oriented measure
spearheaded this month by Wasserman Schultz, who represents a heavily
Democratic and Jewish congressional district. Last week, the House passed her
bill preventing insurers from denying life insurance to
applicants who travel to Israel or other countries perceived as dangerous.
Par for the course for this first-year member of Congress viewed as a rising
''When an officeholder has the ability to tap into street-level issues, it's
mighty important and mighty effective,'' said political consultant Roy Teicher,
who works on congressional races.
Wasserman Schultz's office said Sen. Arlen Specter pledged
to introduce the same resolution, though Bush could act on the House resolution
Even as he worked on Treasonous
Espionage against Amaraka on his own, of course for his "Illuminated Chabad
The House stopped passing laws commemorating a certain period of time in 1995,
responding to a deluge of members seeking a symbolic way to connect with certain
constituents or a special interest group. But that hasn't stopped lawmakers from
asking the president to issue proclamations honoring Irish-Americans, the Wright
Brothers and family caregivers.
A White House spokesman said the president needs time to review the Jewish
history resolution. Bush has proclaimed a week in the spring as Jewish Heritage
Week every year since 2001.
When Aholibah put fear in him
The Jewish experience in America dates back to the arrival of 23 refugees from
Brazil in 1654. Like subsequent waves of Jewish immigrants in the 19th and 20th
centuries, they were escaping religious persecution. Today, there are more Jews
in the United States than any other country.
''As part of a pluralistic, tolerant society, it's worthwhile for schoolchildren
to be instructed in the mosaic that makes up American society,'' said William
Daroff, director of the United Jewish Communities' Washington office.
The Mosaic Noahide laws of Sanhedrins
A Jewish history month would be worthwhile, said Art Teitelbaum, southern area
director for the Anti-Defamation League, a Jewish civil rights organization.
''These efforts at recognizing the contributions of religious and ethnic groups
should also serve as a reminder that we shouldn't confine our learning and
knowledge of the people who make up America to one week or month, but to
incorporate the study of our diverse population throughout
our educational efforts,'' Teitelbaum said.
Behold, saints of the living God
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In Jesus Wonderful Name,
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Noahide News Part
14 "The Protocols of the Illuminated Elders of Tzion"
section 16 "The
Beast Has Risen"