HAS AIPAC MADE THE FBI THE “FBE,” FEDERAL BUREAU OF ESPIONAGE?
By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor
AIPAC is a sham. The group has, over the years, destroyed anyone who has tried to have it named what it really is, a dangerous foreign lobby and nest of spies. AIPAC is the most feared organization in Washington and most powerful, above any law. A former employee of AIPAC, Steve Rosen, who AIPAC claims was a spy, more appropriately a “caught” spy, now claims his former employer does nothing but spy.
Rosen stands to get $20 million in his defamation lawsuit against AIPAC. He isn’t without motive but we have also learned that Rosen has considerable documentation of AIPAC receiving and disseminating classified information, received from, well, we have to call them traitors, inside the US government.
He also says the FBI can help him prove it because they have known about it all along.
Jeff Stein, at the Washinton Post, reports the following:
Rosen says his actions were common practice at the organization. He said his next move is to show that AIPAC, Washington’s major pro-Israeli lobbying group by far, regularly traffics in sensitive U.S. government information, especially material related to the Middle East.
“I will introduce documentary evidence that AIPAC approved of the receipt of classified information,” he said by e-mail. “Most instances of actual receipt are hard to document, because orally received information rarely comes with classified stamps on it nor records alerts that the information is classified.”
But Rosen said he would produce “statements of AIPAC employees to the FBI, internal documents, deposition statements, public statements and other evidence showing that [the] receipt of classified information by employees other than [himself] … was condoned … for months prior to being condemned in March 2005 after threats from the prosecutors.”
Are we reading this correctly? Not only is Rosen claiming that AIPAC, the organization every American politician, every president bows to on a daily basis, spies against the United States, also on a daily basis, but that the FBI seems to be, well, a part of it?
Funny thing here, OK, not really funny, but what we don’t see asked is WHAT INFORMATION is being stolen? America learned, long ago with the infamous Jonathan Pollard case, that secrets going to Israel end up in the hands of America’s enemies. America’s most vital Cold War defense information, nuclear technology, air defense systems, classified weapons and even NATO defense plans in case of a Soviet invasion of Western Europe, all went to Russia as part of an arrangement between the Soviets and Israel. Pollard is doing life in prison for this.
Now we find the same thing is going on but the new FBI doesn’t arrest Israeli agents like it used to. Why is that?
WHAT WE DO KNOW
We know that a vast spy ring operates in Washington and that Israel is the center of it. We also know that Israel, Turkey, India, Pakistan, China and Russia trade American secrets back and forth like baseball cards. We know that AIPAC is deeply involved in this spying.
We know that AIPAC claims to hold signed letters of unconditional support from 80% of the members of congress, all of whom received campaign contributions arranged by AIPAC, with many elections financed almost entirely by AIPAC, a group involved, according to the Washington Post and Steve Rosen, in spying on the United States with seeming complicity by the FBI itself.
We know that the majority of policy makers in both the Bush and Obama administrations have been AIPAC members, actual citizens of Israel itself and are responsible for formulating and driving the disastrous policies that have brought America to near extinction as a force in the world.
If AIPAC is, as we are told, as spy organization, then can we not safely assume that every national secret goes to AIPAC?
WHAT WE CAN SAFELY SURMISE, THAT WE ARE NOT SAFE AT ALL
The two biggest enemies the Israeli lobby had in Washington, “had” being the operative term were John and Robert Kennedy.
Both were murdered.
Senator William Fullbright spent his life trying to have AIPAC reined in, classified as a foreign lobby and put under controls he felt were necessary to keep America free. He saw them as that big a threat.
We know that AIPAC members and those allied to AIPAC fill the Pentagon, State Department, SEC, Department of Justice, the Supreme Court and congress. In congress, they control every committee and have power over every action of congress, every policy, every bill and every investigation.
In fact, despite the open admissions of spying, there will be no investigation of any kind, not by the FBI, not by congress, no grand jury, no local prosecutor, no federal judge, nothing will be done.
What does this tell us?
NEWS THAT WILL NEVER BE REPORTED
AIPAC has full veto power over any story reported by the mainstream media. Thus, no question about what information was stolen or where it went was asked.
The most important, the most basic questions were turned away from, not just by the press but the authorities tasked with keeping America secure.
There are no treaties of any kind between the United States and Israel. We pay Israel money, they take the money, do as they will and spend much of what we give them to pay Americans into giving them more money.
There is only one organization in the world with a similar ‘rat wheel’ business model and that is the Federal Reserve System and we know what they have done to America.
What we will never know is how America’s security is compromised. We can only trust our lives with Israel, believing they have our best interests at heart and, as they seem to control America’s government, congress, the White House, law enforcement, our courts, that they will, somehow, do a better job than….
than they have been doing for the past 40 years.
AIPAC: The Voice of America — Part 1: The Orange and the Pea
AIPAC: The Voice of America — Part 2: The Treasonous Dollar Drain
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