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Jewish crimes against Iran

Jewish crimes against Iran

Last week, Netanyahu sent his national security adviser to brief Yosef, 91, on Iran’s nuclear activities in what was widely seen as an effort to win his backing for any future military strike, possibly before the U.S. presidential vote in November. The influential Israeli rabbi has called for prayers for Iran’s destruction, a week after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to court his support for a possible attack on a nuclear program Israel sees as an existential threat.

The sermon by Rabbi Ovadia Yosef added to a flurry of recent rhetoric from Israeli officials that has raised international concern that Israel, widely believed to be the Middle East’s only atomic power, might attack Iran’s nuclear facilities.

“(When) we ask God to ‘bring an end to our enemies’, we should be thinking about Iran, those evil ones who threaten Israel. May the Lord destroy them,” Yosef was quoted as saying by Israeli media Sunday, August 26, 2012.

In related news, in an interview with Israel’s Channel 2 News, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman joined the call among top officials for an immediate attack on Iran, the first time he’s been public about his opinion in months.  Lieberman said he wanted an Israeli attack on Iran in 2001.

TIMES OF INDIA – Javed Anwer, TNN | Aug 20, 2012:

There is a cyber war going on between Iran and a few other countries. And India has been caught in the crossfire. It all started two years ago with Stuxnet, considered the most sophisticated computer virus ever and the virtual world’s first weapon of mass destruction. Stuxnet is like a laserguided missile. Compared to it, the older generation of viruses and trojans (malicious computer programmes) seem like crude bombs, says Shantanu Ghosh, MD, Symantec, a cyber security firm. It is capable of wrecking massive damage to digital infrastructure.

There is a reason why Stuxnet, caught in the wild by cyber security researchers in 2010, acquired this fearsome reputation. Cyber security firms like Kaspersky believe Stuxnet is the work of a nation. The likely suspects are the US and Israel because the malicious programme seems to have been designed with a single purpose – to disable and create havoc inside the nuclear installations of Iran by targeting several components manufactured by Siemens which are used by machines inside Iranian facilities.

While no one has confirmed anything,reports say that Stuxnet has hit a home run as far as derailing Iran’s N-programme is concerned. This attack was followed by Duqu, a virus caught last year. It was designed to collect information from official computer systems in Iran and several other Middle East countries. And just a few months back, Iran was hit by Flame, which too is believed to be the handiwork of state agencies.

Unfortunately,while Stuxnet,Duqu and Flame have acted as superb guided missiles, they are also weapons of mass destruction that are difficult to control. Cyber security experts believe that there may be several versions of these malicious programmes and not all are under control of the people who created them.

Computer Emergency Response Team for India (CERT-IN ) issued the first alert regarding Stuxnet infection in India on July 19, 2010. But by then,it was already too late. Kaspersky estimated that by September that year, Stuxnet had infected over 80,000 computers in India. Another security firm, ESET, estimates that the virus even infected some computers in the US.

By the end of last year, India was the third most affected country by Stuxnet, after Iran and then, Indonesia. Duqu too took a toll with India being the 8th most affected country. We even found a command and control server for Duqu in Mumbai, says Ghosh. There were reports in June that CERT-IN came across computers that had even been infected by Flame.

While Stuxnet has affected thousands of machines in India, including computers in vital and strategic installations, it doesnt damage a machine unless it finds certain Siemens components, says CERT-IN director Dr Gulsha Rai. But that doesnt mean it is not a danger. We had cleaned the infection from nearly 60,000 computers.

Nonetheless, companies and government agencies have suffered losses due to it. The main cost has been the resources we had to employ to contain and clean the infection, says Verizon’s Mark Goudie, who handles investigative response in the Asia Pacific region. Goudie says, “We have seen that many cyber criminals are trying to take control of Stuxnet so that they could modify and use it. Companies have to get rid of it. Our clients, who are mostly part of India’s service industry, have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to get rid of it.

In July, US President Barack Obama painted a grim picture of a cyber attack in an article in The Wall Street Journal. Across the country, trains had derailed, including one carrying industrial chemicals that exploded into a toxic cloud. Water treatment plants in several states had shut down, contaminating drinking water and causing Americans to fall ill. Our nation,it appeared, was under cyber attack, he wrote. He asked the US Senate to pass the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 which will help the US acquire better offensive and defensive cyber warfare capabilities.

This case shows that cyber warfare is not likely to be confined to geographical boundaries. Rai and Ghosh agree that cyber warfare is akin to biological or chemical warfare,only with a potential to be messier as criminals or enemy states can theoretically target and damage vital installations, like power grids, on a grand scale. Rai says that an international treaty is required that clearly defines the rules of the game. Given the fact that cyber warfare is difficult to control, there is likelihood of massive collateral damage,something that will affect the common man even if he has nothing to do with the skirmish.

Malicious Missiles

Stuxnet

This virus used stolen security certificates from well-known hardware companies like JMicron and Realtek so that it could fool computer systems Spreads through USB drives Reports say it crippled Irans nuclear installations by increasing and decreasing the speed of centrifuges rotor.It set that country’s nuclear programme back by two years.

Duqu

Mostly spreads through emails. Commands and controls servers found across the world.

Flame

It has a code with a size of 20MB; Stuxnet has a size of just 500KB. Can take screenshots, record keystrokes, steal data and monitor network activities.

This video gives context to the war mongering by Israel and America against Iran.  It also puts the issue of economic sanctions against Iran and Iran’s Nuclear Program into context.

Death to Israel - Why do Iranians chant it?

“Death to Israel” – Why do Iranians chant it?

One of the reasons Iranians have chanted “Death to Israel” is because the Israeli government assisted Iraq’s Saddam Hussein (which the Israelis admit) in horrific war-crimes against Iran during a war started by Iraq (then an American ally) that claimed approximately one million lives. Victor Ostrovsky, a former Senior Mossad Case Officer openly admits that Israel worked behind-the-scenes to ensure that Saddam’s military killed Iranians, destroyed Iranian property, and that the Iraq/Iran War dragged on for as long as possible.

Over 1,000,000 men, women and children died after Saddam Hussein attempted to annex South-Western Iran in the 1980s in a war that dragged on for over 8 years.  The war included the use of chemical weapons by Saddam Hussein against civilian Iranian populations and Iraqi-Kurds (who are by ethnicity an Iranian people).  Israel used the change in Iran’s government to kill Iranians and destroy Iranian property: The slogan “Death to Israel” in Iran partially originates from Israel’s completely unprovoked war crimes against Iran.  The Iranian government was new at the time when Israel engaged in this misconduct.  It is not at all surprising that Iranians came to view Israel in a highly negative light.  The mainstream news (which has a highly pro-Israel bias) generally avoids reminds the public of these facts, including the admissions of Israeli Mossad officer Victor Ostrovsky.

Al Qaeda (and many groups like it)  have always been funded by the CIA, the Israelis, & the Saudis.

PBS sponsors a webpage on its site and on Facebook about Iran called “Tehran Bureau.”   In PBS/Tehran Bureau’s own words its web page about Iran receives, “major funding provided by The William H. Donner Foundation.”  This Foundation also provides monetary sponsorship to militant Zionist Jewish groups, and has connections with major oil interests, such as Exxon Mobil.

For example the Donner Foundation also supports an Islamophobic and militant Zionist group called the “David Horowitz Freedom Center.” According to its own website, the David Horowitz Freedom Center targets “the efforts of the radical left and its Islamist allies to destroy American values and disarm this country as it attempts to defend itself in a time of terror.”  This group is in many respects the Jewish version of the KKK, and has been recognized as such by several disinterested journalists and organizations.

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tehran bureau facebook iran | facebook

Chip Berlet, writing for the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an organization positioned to “combat racism and promote civil rights through research, education and litigation, identified the David Horowitz Freedom Center as one of the “right-wing foundations and think tanks support[ing] efforts to make bigoted and discredited ideas respectable.” Berlet states that Horowitz falsely blames slavery on “‘black Africans … abetted by dark-skinned Arabs.'”

Similarly, its 2011 report, “Fear Incorporated: the Roots of the Islamophobia Network in the United States,” the Center for American Progress cited Horowitz as a prominent figure instrumental in demonizing Islam and spreading fear about an Islamic takeover of Western society.

PBS/Tehran Bureau is funded by the same Foundation that financially supports the Horowitz hate group and a number of other militant and rightwing Jewish groups that use misleading names.

Some of the other groups funded by the Donner Foundation include, the American Enterprise Institute; the Center for Individual Rights; the Council on Foreign Relations; the Federalist Society; the Heritage Foundation; the International Republican Institute; and the Jamestown Foundation.

 PBS/Tehran Bureau claims to be “an independent news organization” – It is not.  PBS/Tehran Bureau claims it is not affiliated with or funded by “any religious organization, political party, lobby or interest group.”  That is also misleading.

Below are photoshop-manipulated pictures published by PBS/Tehran Bureau and presented to the public as news; in total disregard of the privacy of the child they are exploiting for political reasons.

PBS Tehran Bureau Fraud Sex IranPBS Tehran Bureau Fraud Persian Girls

Israel has been caught red-handed running computer centers where army staff are paid to manipulate Wikipedia entires, comments on social media, and to feed pro-Israeli propaganda to corporate news outlets.  Often these paid propagandists are asked to impersonate different ethnicities to dupe people into making their pro-Israel messages more credible.  These manipulative tactics  are a part of the Zionist charade to deceive people and cover-up a pattern of crime, human rights abuses, and neo-colonialism that world public opinion is increasingly finding fault with and unwilling to tolerate.

Here are a few quotes about the Israeli military’s online campaigns on social media networks:

“[T]here’s talk in the IDF [Israel’s military]
of a crafting a real-life master plan to invade social media.”  (Noah Shachtman, Wired Magazine, January 21, 2009).

In an article titled, “YouTube, Twitter: Weapons in Israel’s Info War” Wired Magazine states, “[T]he Israeli government is launching a campaign to dominate the blogosphere.” (Nathan Hodge, Wired Magazine January 21, 2009).

The Jerusalem Post quotes the head of the Israeli Defense Forces’ media branch as saying, “The blogosphere and new media are another war zone …. We have to be relevant there.”

In an article about the 2009 protests in Iran, Wired Magazine wrote an article titled, “Facebook, Google Go Persian, Aiding Iran’s Activists.”  In that article, Wired Magazine notes, “Some of the Web’s leading firms are rolling out new features … to not-so-subtly help [the uprising] inside the country.”

Pictured: Kavon Iraniha

It didn’t seem terribly strange to Kevin Iraniha when an FBI agent showed up at his door in August 2011 just after he returned from a whirlwind trip through India, Egypt and Iran.

The 27-year-old Iranian American says the agent was “very friendly” and just kept repeating that, “You have been to a lot more places than we have and our job is to build relationships, so if you see anything out of the ordinary and since you’re involved in certain things that we’re not involved in, and have expertise in, feel free to come to us without hesitation.” He even met with the FBI agent once more after that.

It didn’t strike him as being a problem until this week.

Iraniha, a US citizen of Iranian background was born in the naval hospital in San Diego, California.  He just graduated with a masters degree in international law with a focus on the peaceful settlement of disputes from the United Nations-accredited University for Peace in Costa Rica, and was boarding a flight home to San Diego on Frontier Airlines this Tuesday, June 5, with his two brothers and father when he was informed that he is on a no-fly list.

“That was pretty shocking,” he said, speaking from an Internet cafe in Mexico City on June 7, two days after his ordeal began.

His two brothers went ahead, but he and his Iranian-born, US citizen father were left behind. They headed to the US Embassy in Costa Rica to find out why they were on the list and what could be done. Iraniha and his father endured six hours of interrogations. For two straight hours, Iraniha alone was asked “all sorts of ridiculous questions” by an FBI agent and a State Department official about a range of topics, most of which pertained to him being Muslim, having traveled to Muslim countries and his political views, primarily to do with activism for “Muslim” issues, such as Palestine and US foreign policy.

“They told us we were lucky the FBI agent was in town because he covers all of Nicaragua and Panama and Costa Rica, so we were like, okay, lucky,” Iraniha said. They then proceeded to ask him a range of questions primarily to do with Islam, his being Muslim and his views on and travels to Muslim countries, including specific questions about the full names of people he visited or stayed with. Questions about his visits to mosques in Costa Rica and San Diego seemed focused on whether he had “noticed anything or anyone suspicious” and whether he was part of any “groups that incite violence.”

Yes, he had attended mosque in Costa Rica a few times (he is a practicing Muslim); his political ideologies generally involve civil rights and anti-war activism, fighting for the 99 percent along with Occupy protesters, his pro-Palestinian stance – he was a member of Students for Justice in Palestine in San Diego – and a reluctance to stand by while people criticize Iran and Iranians. He is not part of groups that incite violence, nor has he noticed any suspicious people in the mosques he’s been in.

The FBI agent then asked him a question that struck Iraniha as “completely shocking” and “really ridiculous.”

He started out the question just saying, “I don’t even know why I’m asking you this,” mentioned that it was “just routine” and then proceeded to ask Iraniha whether he had ever wanted “to cause damage to a Jewish center in San Diego or a US official building.”

Iraniha says he had no idea what they were talking about. “I had never even been to a Jewish center in San Diego to even know where one’s at,” he says.

After that, the questioning was over. Iraniha’s father was told he was on the no-fly list because he bought his son’s plane ticket, but was then apparently taken off the list because he used his existing plane ticket to take the next flight to San Diego. Iraniha himself was told, “You’re an American citizen, so you have the right to go into America; you just can’t fly into America, so if you want, you can take a boat or you can go by land – drive into America.”

The officials at the US Embassy didn’t give Iraniha any reason why he was on the no-fly list – “They didn’t even seem to know themselves,” Iraniha says – but one person did. When he called the FBI agent who’d visited him in San Diego twice, he told Iraniha that he was already aware that Iraniha is on the no-fly list and that, “He knows why, but can’t tell me over the phone.”

“He said he just wants to get me back to San Diego and then he’ll straighten this out,” Iraniha said of the FBI agent.

After putting in a call to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Iraniha learned that what happened to him could in fact be an often-used FBI tactic employed to encourage Muslim Americans to become informants against their community, by, well, intimidation.

“They put you on a no-fly list, and then to get off of it, they say, ‘Oh, we want you to be an informant,'” Iraniha says.

The tactic is not uncommon: CAIR has received “dozens” of complaints along these lines. According to Hanif Mohebi, executive director of CAIR San Diego, the organization receives one or more cases pertaining to the no-fly list per month, nationally. “The government has been very secret about this; they don’t want to reveal anything about how a person may get on and how a person may get off that list,” he says. “The problem we have is that unfortunately, innocent people get on that list.” CAIR has filed a lawsuit challenging the government on the legitimacy of the no-fly list, and that case is still pending in Virginia’s Fourth Circuit Court.

But it isn’t just CAIR that has noticed a pattern of using this tactic. In May 2012, 15 American Muslims, including four military veterans, filed a joint lawsuit with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) alleging that they, too, were victims of this intimidating – and presumably unlawful – intelligence-gathering tactic. One plaintiff, Ibrahim “Abe” Mashal, a veteran marine, told a national radio program that after he discovered that he was on the no-fly list while trying to board a flight from Chicago to Spokane, he was then invited to another location outside of the airport – a hotel – where FBI agents told him they could get him off the no-fly list if he agreed to become an informant.

“At that point, I told them I’m no longer comfortable speaking without a lawyer present and they told me I had to leave after that.”

In response to Iraniha’s case, a spokesperson for the FBI claimed no person is added to the no fly list, “based solely on their religious affiliation or other personal characteristics.” The FBI has also maintained that it will not release the names or demographics of the no-fly list. But saying something does not make it true. Muslim, Middle Eastern and South Asian Americans (and those who appear to be of those backgrounds) have learned all too well that the airport “random” checks and no-fly list look and feel a lot like good, old-fashioned racial profiling.

“In cases like Kevin’s (Kavon’s), you see racial and religious profiling and it’s connected to the negative training, the anti-Muslim training that the FBI has received,” Mohebi told Truthout. He is referring to the hundreds of documents, videos and other training materials that have been discovered by journalists as being used by both local law enforcement agencies – the New York Police Department’s (NYPD) use of one highly biased training video made headlines recently – and national agencies such as the FBI and the military. According to the ACLU, these materials “not only contain erroneous stereotypes and derogatory remarks about Muslims and Arabs, they included a four-phase plan for transformation of Islam that would reduce Islam to a ‘cult status’ and possibly result in ‘total war’ against Islam.”

“These policies and these tactics that they use at the highest levels will trickle down on to the street level,” Mohebi says, citing incidents of animosity, hate crimes, bullying in school and segregation-era behavior, such as the case brought to CAIR San Diego of a Muslim couple who were told, “We don’t allow your kind in here” when entering a restaurant for a meal.

Mohebi, like many others involved with no-fly list cases, sees the government’s secrecy behind the list as a sort of game that often goes wrong. He cites the famous cases of Nelson Mandela, the late Sen. Ted Kennedy and an 18-month-old baby girl as examples of how wrong the list can indeed be. “If you are going to say that an individual is dangerous enough not to fly, then my question is, isn’t he dangerous enough to be arrested? And isn’t he dangerous enough to be brought to court and prosecuted and taken to jail and given whatever punishment that he deserves? Why is he allowed to drive through the border; why is it that he can walk through? Take a boat, just don’t fly. Why is it that we are playing games if we don’t have sufficient evidence?”

Still, without an answer as to why he was put on the no-fly list, by evening on June 7, Iraniha had made it to Tijuana and walked over the border into San Diego to reunite with his parents, brothers and wife. His no-fly list status apparently only applies to the United States – though it did cause him to have to endure a bit of questioning and “giggling” by Mexican officials who ultimately “figured out how ridiculous this was” and let him proceed with his Tijuana travel.

Iraniha says he doesn’t regret talking to the San Diego FBI agent twice. It appears he felt pressured to speak with the agent on both occasions, if only to prove that he “had nothing to hide.”

“It just seemed like if I don’t talk him … it felt weird … they might become suspicious of me … and I don’t need to hide anything from anybody.” For many Muslim, Middle Eastern and South Asian Americans who are targeted to be informants against their friends, family and community, the perception about agents’ attitudes is the same: Talk to us or you’ll look guilty.

He says it was only when he spoke to the CAIR lawyer that he realized he was being targeted to become an informant, but it’s not going to change his activism efforts.”You can’t try to silence us by scaring us,” he says. And, with CAIR’s help, it appears Iraniha is going to keep looking for answers from the government and perhaps even compensation, including for the plane ticket he was not allowed to use and the last- minute ticket to Tijuana he had to buy. Mohebi says CAIR is “keeping its options open” but is continuing to look into the matter.

As to whether the FBI’s no-fly list tactic is going to work on him, Iraniha says, “No, of course not.”

Discrimination against minorities in Iran

The sponsor of the video Fakhteh “Luna” Zamani is a well-known con-artist that long ago was outed as befriending separtist groups calling for division and annexation of Northern Iran.  In the photo published several years ago (pictured below) — which was also previously called to the attention of Iranian.com —  such groups refer to Northern Iran as “South Azerbaijan” and display the flag of another country over Iran’s territory.  If the people that operate Iranian.com or Fakhteh “Luna” Zamani ever returned to Iran, I have absolutely no doubt whatsoever that the overwhelming majority of the people of Iran (acting independently of the government of Iran) would demand that they stand trial for the crime of treason.  These separatist groups (including sponsors like Iranian.com) frequently misuse and distort the label of “human rights,” and in a cowardly and manipulative fashion attempt to stir-up gullible kids to emulate treasonous behavior inside of Iran so that the kids are arrested, giving these groups something talk about.  In other words, the supposed “human rights” groups are the catalyst for many of the supposed “human rights” violations they complain about.

Iranian .com deliberately spreads separatist ideology and gives special privileges to groups like the ones above.  Often the separatist propaganda is positioned in-beteween otherwise innocuous travel or art stories to mask the true nature of the site and the groups and agendas that are promoted.

What is the connection between Israel and groups that support Saddam Hussein?  Here you do not have to take my word for it.  Below is a direct quote from Former Israeli Mossad Case Officer Victor Ostrovsky.  (Mossad is Israel’s spy agency.)

“The media was supplied with inside information and tips from reliable sources on how the crazed leader of Iraq killed people with his bare hands and used missiles to attack Iranian cities. What they neglected to tell the media was that most of the targeting for the missiles was done by the Mossad with the help of American satellites.” — Victor Ostrovsky (Former Israeli Mossad Officer).

(See, e.g., Victor Ostrovsky, “By Way of Deception,” St Martin’s Press, New York 1990; Victor Ostrovsky, “The Other Side of Deception,” Harper Collins Publishers New York 1994.)

Click here to read about Iranian.com’s betrayal of Iranians – that site should not be supported.

A report says that Britain and Israel are in cahoots with each other against Iran and have held secret meetings to draw plans for a military strike on Iran.

According to an article by Jonathan Cook publish on Global Research website, former British defense secretary Liam Fox and  Adam Werritty attended a dinner banquet with a group described as senior Israeli officials in Tel Aviv last February.

Fox and Werritty were accompanied by Britain’s ambassador to Israel (Matthew Gould) and the Israeli figures attending  were representatives of Israel’s secret service, the Mossad.

Craig Murray, Britain’s ambassador to Uzbekistan until 2004, has claimed that the topic of discussion that evening was a secret plot to launch a military strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities.

The former British diplomat said the Tel Aviv dinner was especially significant as the discussion that night focused on ways to ensure Britain assisted in creating favorable diplomatic conditions for an attack on Iran.

Murray also pointed out that the banquet in the Israeli capital city raises “vital concerns about a secret agenda for war at the core of government, comparable to [former British Prime Minister Tony] Blair’s determination to drive through a war on Iraq.”

The remarks come as The Daily Telegraph recently reported that Fox and Werritty secretly met the head of the Mossad during the Tel Aviv dinner.

The Independent also wrote in October that Werritty had close ties to Mossad as well as to “US-backed neocons” (militant pro-Israeli Jews and their supporters) that were plotting to unseat the Iranian government.

The Guardian revealed in November that British defense department under Fox had devised comprehensive plans for British assistance in the event of a US military strike on Iran. The plans included allowing the US military to use Diego Garcia – a British territory in the Indian Ocean – as a base from which to launch an attack.

The United States and Israel have repeatedly threatened Tehran with the “option” of a military strike, based on the allegation that Iran’s nuclear work supposedly has a covert military agenda.

Iran has refuted the allegations, saying that as a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and a member of the IAEA, it has the right to develop and acquire nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.  (Iran’s nuclear program was developed with the assistance of the U.S. in the 1970s.)

While Israel refuses to allow inspections of its nuclear facilities or to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty based on a policy it calls “nuclear ambiguity,” (though it has confirmed possession of nuclear weapons) Iran has been subjected to uneven and snap International Atomic Energy Agency inspections.

Israel recently test fired a new long-range missile capable of carrying nuclear warheads. The test was carried out at the Palmahim air base in central Israel.

This three-stage Jericho-3 missile, which is capable of delivering a 750-kilo warhead to a distance, is estimated to have a range of up to 10,000 kilometers. Paradoxically, Israel’s new nuke-capable missile, which can target many parts of the globe, is not considered a threat in the eyes of the West in light of the strong influence of the Jewish Lobby in Washington and its strong ties to U.S. media owners.

Mossad agent admits that Israel uses the “anti-semite” trick to silence critics of Zionist policies.

 

The Jewish Lobby, the leading apologist for apartheid Israel and 60 years of neo-colonial slaughter, abuse, and land theft against the Palestinian people, has once again shown the sway it holds over American politicians by sponsoring, in essence, a law to try and stigmatize ordinary Iranians.  The law tries to make Iranians look like villains.  Not only is the law nothing more than a discriminatory charade aimed at harassing and intimidating ordinary Iranians, it brings to light the farce of “American Democracy” when a militant Jewish minority serving a foreign nation hijacks the voices of American citizens in shaping public policy by bribing U.S. politicians.

Florida’s Sun Sentinel reports:

Florida financial institutions will have to notify the Office of Financial Regulation whether accounts with a foreign financial institution are facilitating efforts of the Iranian government to develop weapons of mass destruction, providing support to a foreign terrorist organization, helping anyone subject to United Nations sanctions on Iran or helping efforts by Iranian financial institutions to carry out prohibited activities.”

Is Iran’s nuclear program, which the U.S. helped to start in the 1970s, being funded and developed from Florida?  Perhaps U.N. inspectors should inspect Never-Never-Land at Disney World to be sure that Epcot Center is not a secret enrichment facility.  Or perhaps the better course is for the public to express outrage at the Jewish Lobby’s bribery of politicians, and subversion of democracy, by boycotting goods and services from Florida until the people of the state say “enough is enough.”

In enacting the boogy-man law sponsored by the Jewish Lobby, Florida’s Governor stated, “Florida and Israel have strong cultural and economic ties … Florida must stand with Israel and against her enemies.”

Florida’s Governor, also claimed that Israel is a “democracy,” but apparently he has little time to watch the following videos due the time he expends bending-over for the Jewish Lobby to create the pretense of an excuse for the problems created in the world from International Zionism:

If the Governor of Florida wanted to help clean-up corrupt financial institutions, he should start here: