Each photo here has been not just removed by Google but hacked from VT servers and editor PCs as well, over and over. When Black Cube learns how to erase flash drives taped to the back of a keyboard, these imagines might well be forgotten.
The real damage isn’t the secrets of the freaks and malcontents that hog our time as a distraction but rather our military officers who junket to Israel, our police trained there as well and, worse of all, an army of American scientists who are bought or bullied into turning our intellectual properties over to….to whom exactly?
Strong suggestion, Apple TV and the show “for all mankind,” which sets the stage for meaningful dialog about why we are quite probably operating militarily well into space while the Deep State keeps the “fake Apollo” conspiracy theory going. There are those among us who have sufficient clearance to know we went well past Apollo long long ago.
And We Begin:
First, the most obvious statement of all:
Jeffrey Epstein would be alive (or at least in the US) if Attorney General Barr had wanted him there. Barr ordered him where he was and personally oversaw his conditions and his supervision or lack thereof, Jeffrey Epstein, named co-conspirator with Barr “client” Donnie Trump, in the child murder and rape lawsuits “settled” through payment, threats and NDA agreements that keep America mob run.
Real people don’t “settle” felonies, they go to trial after a “perp walk.”
Netanyahu faces charges of breach of trust and fraud stemming from three cases in which he allegedly made illicit deals – either with supporters or with local businesses – in exchange for gifts or cash.
AG Avichai Mandelblit announced the indictment, which has been hanging over Netanyahu for months, in a statement on Thursday.
The most severe case involves charges of altering telecom regulations in favor of telecom company Bezeq, whose owner, Shaul Elovitch, also ran news site Walla News.
Flush with a $500 million windfall, Elovitch would allegedly press his editors to make coverage more favorable to the Netanyahus. That case involves a bribery charge on top of breach of trust and fraud, and Elovitch and his wife are also facing bribery charges.
Another case involves the PM receiving lavish gifts from billionaires Arnon Milchan and James Packer, and family members also piling on to demand gifts while Netanyahu allegedly did unspecified favors in return. The third case accuses Netanyahu of volunteering to help the owner of Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper to help suppress rival paper Israel Hayom’s circulation.
Mandelblit has been threatening to indict Netanyahu since February, when the police recommended the step after a year-long investigation. The probe was announced in December 2016 – nearly three years ago.
Israeli elections are still up in the air as neither Netanyahu nor his opponent Benny Gantz has been successful in forming a government, and a second election did not improve Netanyahu’s fortunes.
The PM strenuously denies the charges, and, as media note, is not obligated to resign because of them. However, his trouble forming a coalition government is likely to become more severe.
And from Sputnik News/Moscow:
Several corruption cases against the longest-serving Israeli prime minister have been in limbo, but received a fresh push following an unsuccessful snap election for Netanyahu and his Likud Party.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been charged with bribery, fraud, and breach of trust in three ongoing cases, better known as Cases 1000, 2000, and 4000, the country’s Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit announced on 21 November. Thus Netanyahu became the first person holding the post of prime minister to be charged with bribery.
A copy of the indictment in the cases was sent to the speaker of the country’s parliament, the Knesset, thereby enabling Netanyahu to request immunity from criminal prosecution as per Israeli law, the attorney general’s statement said.
The criminal cases against the Israeli prime minister have long remained in limbo as they were not given the go-ahead by the country’s attorney general. However, the cases received a boost recently at a crucial time for Netanyahu and his Likud Party, as they face the prospect of a second snap election after the previous one failed to result in a new government.
In the three criminal cases, Netanyahu and his family are accused of receiving valuable gifts in return for favours, as well as of striking illegal quid pro quo deals with two Israeli businessmen while occupying the post. The prime minister claims he is innocent of all the charges.