The corporate scribblings from Washington to Jerusalem are in overdrive. Vanity Fair has done it again, we are being told. In its April 2008 edition, we read Condi Rice and George W. Bush have secretly plotted to destroy Hamas. 
After failing to anticipate Hamas’s victory over Fatah in the 2006 Palestinian election, the White House cooked up yet another scandalously covert and self-defeating Middle East debacle: part Iran-contra, part Bay of Pigs. With confidential documents, corroborated by outraged former and current U.S. officials, David Rose reveals how President Bush, Condoleezza Rice, and Deputy National-Security Adviser Elliott Abrams backed an armed force under Fatah strongman Muhammad Dahlan, touching off a bloody civil war in Gaza and leaving Hamas stronger than ever.
“Duhh!,” replies the dissident media scene. “We knew that all along. But nice of Vanity Fair to finally tell the truth. This goes to prove that not all is lost in corporate media.” Well… that’s what the Matrix wants us to believe.
You got to learn to read between the lines, guys, when it comes to professional liars like the corporate media. Let’s start with the title, ‘The Gaza Bombshell’. The subliminal message is that we are being told something new. Are we really? Of course we are not.
Now, let’s have a look at the name of the author: David Rose. Do I need to say more? Or does it have to be Israel Cohen to raise a red flag?
Maybe the coversheet is more revealing. Our self-chosen truthteller’s article surrounded by female flesh. Where do we know this style of selling ‘news’ from? Rupert Murdoch’s page 3 nudes, wasn’t it?! Of course not quite as crude, after all the reader segment targeted by Vanity Fair is a bit more sophisticated than your average Sun reader.
So who owns Vanity Fair? The Newhouse brothers do, the heirs of the most predatory Jewish print media group, that puts even crypto-Jew Murdoch’s News Limited to shame. And yes, it’s the same Newhouse group that publishes the New Yorker. You remember, Seymour Hersh, the Pulitzer approved journalist who keeps telling us that Bush is about to invade Iran. Well, he still hasn’t, has he?! But Hersh’s article did a very good job at making lots of people believe that he will.
Let’s have a look at the picture of the voodoo princess and the liar in chief. Pictures communicate to us on an emotional level. What do we see here? A burning sky above a seemingly intact Mediterranean town. It could be in Lebanon, before the Israeli Airforce destroyed half of the civilian infrastructure and killing 2000 Lebanese civilians. Or it could be in Gaza before they blew up entire neighbourhoods of civilian homes, slaughtering scores of innocent civilians including women and children.
Look closer and see the facial expression of those two war criminals and false-flag terrorists. How innocent they look. Rice appears as stern as always and tired. Bush looks a bit at a loss what to do and burned out. That is the carefully crafted emotional message of Vanity Fair’s ‘The Gaza Bombshell’.
Now let’s go back to the main article and look for further clues. We don’t need to read far. In the first paragraph after the introduction we are being told:
The Al Deira Hotel, in Gaza City, is a haven of calm in a land beset by poverty, fear, and violence. In the middle of December 2007, I sit in the hotel’s airy restaurant, its windows open to the Mediterranean, and listen to a slight, bearded man named Mazen Asad abu Dan describe the suffering he endured 11 months before at the hands of his fellow Palestinians. Abu Dan, 28, is a member of Hamas, the Iranian-backed Islamist organization that has been designated a terrorist group by the United States, but I have a good reason for taking him at his word: I’ve seen the video.
“Hamas, the Iranian-backed Islamist organization” and “terrorist group” is the same message we read and hear over and over again from our politicians and corporate media. That’s how the Matrix works. They keep telling the same lie over and again until we believe it. It’s the same technique marketing uses in advertising when building a brand.
Let’s read further:
It shows Abu Dan kneeling, his hands bound behind his back, and screaming as his captors pummel him with a black iron rod. “I lost all the skin on my back from the beatings,” he says. “Instead of medicine, they poured perfume on my wounds. It felt as if they had taken a sword to my injuries.”
We already know from the first paragraph that Abu Dan was tortured by his fellow Palestinians. Not Israelis, of course. After all, this is America, where 90% of media are owned and controlled by Jews. They wouldn’t describe in much detail of tortured committed by Israel, if they mentioned it at all. To find out Israeli torture you must read the Israeli media.
The message in the second paragraph is the brutality of the Palestinians. Later on we learn how it’s all the Bush administration’s fault. That Chomsky mantra that all evil is made in America is one of the most popular themes in Jewish dominated dissident discourse. What they are not telling though is that America is a Jewish occupied country, ever since the Jewish merchant bankers got their privately owned Federal Reserve.
The United States has been involved in the affairs of the Palestinian territories since the Six-Day War of 1967, when Israel captured Gaza from Egypt and the West Bank from Jordan. With the 1993 Oslo accords, the territories acquired limited autonomy, under a president, who has executive powers, and an elected parliament. Israel retains a large military presence in the West Bank, but it withdrew from Gaza in 2005.
That sounds like straight out of Mossad’s Wikipedia. The U.S. have been meddling into Palestinian affairs ever since the creation of the League of Nations, the CFR’s tool for the creation of a Jew World Order. They put Palestine under British administration, an euphemism for making it a British colony. They allowed weapons to be smuggled from the U.S. to the Zionist terrorists. They were amongst the firsts to recognise the Zionist entity and have protected it with their U.N. Security Council veto ever since. And let’s not forget the 4 to 6 billions of tax payers dollars and state of the art weaponry the U.S. are supplying the Apartheid regime every year.
Bush’s ambition was the “brokering of a viable Palestinian state and bring peace to the Holy Land.” Lucky that my stomach was empty when I read that line.
Bush acknowledged that there was a rather large obstacle standing in the way of this goal: Hamas’s complete control of Gaza, home to some 1.5 million Palestinians, where it seized power in a bloody coup d’état in June 2007. Almost every day, militants fire rockets from Gaza into neighboring Israeli towns, and President Abbas is powerless to stop them. His authority is limited to the West Bank.
What kind of complete control is that where a neighboring country can walk in and out unpunished, destroy homes, kill innocent civilians, kidnap and torture inhabitants. If anyone has complete control in Gaza it’s Apartheid Israel, and nobody else.
And what’s that nonsense about Hamas coming to power via a bloody coup d’état. Hamas got voted into power in both Gaza and the West Bank in an internationally observed democratic election.
Bush who had pushed legislative elections in the Palestinian territories in January 2006, despite warnings that Fatah was not ready. After Hamas—whose 1988 charter committed it to the goal of driving Israel into the sea—won control of the parliament, Bush made another, deadlier miscalculation.
The plan was for forces led by Dahlan, and armed with new weapons supplied at America’s behest, to give Fatah the muscle it needed to remove the democratically elected Hamas-led government from power. (The State Department declined to comment.)
But the secret plan backfired, resulting in a further setback for American foreign policy under Bush. Instead of driving its enemies out of power, the U.S.-backed Fatah fighters inadvertently provoked Hamas to seize total control of Gaza.
So what the Matrix wants us to believe is that Bush stuffed up twice. First, by not realizing that Hamas will win the 2006 election to the Palestinian Legislative Council. And secondly, my miscalculating that by supporting the totally discredited Fatah he will actually strengthen Hamas. It’s funny how Bush stuffs up all the time. Like he did in causing civil war in Iraq or when letting his Vice President organize a air safety drill on 9/11 practicing for the case that terrorists abduct U.S. airliners and try to crash them into important buildings.
Well, let me ask an obvious question. Who benefits from the situation in the Palestinian territories? The Palestinians obviously not. It’s Satan little helpers of course. It allows them to keep making life impossible for the Palestinians, in the hope that they will pack their bags and leave. And we already know their plan if they resist and stay.
 The Gaza Bombshell
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 Seymour Hersh, Scott Ritter and the ‘Imminent’ War on Iran
 Who Rules America
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