US Not To Probe Israeli Data Theft

Introduction – Paul Powers August 27, 2011

The following article about Israel caught red handed spying on the United States and getting away with it is not at all a new phenomenon.   A small handful of news reports have been publicized by the media over the years on this topic.  The best example of this is the 4 part investigative report “Israeli Spying in the USA” by Carl Cameron for FOX news done just two months after 9/11.  This damning documentary shows conclusively that Israeli detainees (i.e. spies) had full knowledge of the 9/11 attacks before they happened.  Indeed, Mr. Cameron’s last words to the television camera were “how could they not have known.”

In spite of these revelations presented on a major television network and a great deal of additional evidence connecting Israel to the 911 terror attacks Americas were conditioned by the media to believe that the perpetrator was Osama Bin Laden acting as the head of Al Qaeda.

President Bush’s statement from the White House precisely 33 days after the 911 attacks regarding Osama Bin Laden:

“There’s no need to discuss innocence or guilt, we know he’s guilty.”  

These words are of course pure Orwellian doublethink.  Additionally, the timing of his statement is equally sinister.  Proclaiming the “guilt” of Bin Laden 33 days after 9/11 was a freemasonic occult ritual known as a hoodwink.  The 33rd degree is highest level (ie top of the pyramid) obtainable in Scottish Rite Freemasonry.   Ordo Ab Chao (Order Out of Chaos) is one of their many unholy creeds.

US Not To Probe Israeli Data Theft

Press TV – August 27, 2011

The Office of the US Trade Representative, USTR, has refused an investigation into Israel’s theft and use of classified US industrial data.

In May, the Institute for Research Middle Eastern Policy, IRmep, submitted a 62-page petition to the USTR, seeking $4.6 billion in damages from Israel over theft of classified trade data, Business Wire reported.

The petition claimed that Israeli exporters’ access to data has materially harmed the US industry.

The USTR argued that the IRmep is not in a position to represent victimized US industry organizations.

It also denied IRmep’s argument that the industry data theft constituted an “act, policy or practice of … Israel that might be actionable.”

However, the USTR did not question the veracity of the IRmep’s evidence based on a series of FBI files.

The FBI files revealed that in 2009, an Israeli cabinet minister admitted to obtaining the classified information and even passing it on to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, AIPAC, for lobbying and public relations in the US.

American industry groups had provided the data in confidence to the International Trade Commission in 1984.



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