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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

To 9/11 and Beyond: The Rothschild-Israeli Obsession with Nuclear Weapons

[Source] Ever since writing a cover story on the Kennedy assassination for the November 21, 1988 New American, I have avoided addressing that topic. Kennedy assassination theories form a labyrinth littered with rabbit holes and red herrings.

However, the Internet has turned a computer into a Millennium Falcon that can access information at lightspeed.

It is increasingly clear that the Rothschilds have long been the world’s foremost “Power that Be,” and that Israel, the Rothschild’s proxy state, has been the world’s leading generator of terrorism, despite mainstream media’s interminable parroting of Israel’s self-portrayal as “victim.”

If anyone would have had the power to assassinate the President of the United States, it was the Rothschild Zionist Establishment. Michael Collins Piper’s book Final Judgment, linking Israel to the Kennedy assassination, got a strong boost in 2004 when Israeli nuclear spy Mordechai Vanunu stated that Kennedy was assassinated over his opposition to Israel’s nuclear weapons program.

Long before the Internet, one of the best resources in alternative media was Hilaire du Berrier’s intelligence newsletter, which he published out of Paris and Monaco from 1958 until his death in 2001. In his September 1963 newsletter du Berrier wrote:

    Israel tested her first A-bomb in September, 1962, a product of the Beersheba plant in the Negev Desert. But the halting of this Beersheba plant was part of the package America agreed to deliver on the Test Ban Treaty’s signing. In late July American planes flew over the Israel reactor site at Dimona, as a reminder. The new government under Levi Eschkol did not push its protest. For actually, though Cairo, London, Paris and Brussels knew the details behind Ben-Gurion’s recent resignation, the American and Israeli publics are still in the dark. HERE IS WHAT HAPPENED: On the eve of the Harriman, Gromyko, Hailsham talks in Moscow, President Kennedy wrote a letter to Premier Ben-Gurion telling him to halt his atomic research and dismantle his plants. If he refused, a revision of America’s relations with Israel would be necessary. Literally, it was an ultimatum. Ben-Gurion looked over America’s financial aid and special laws favoring gifts and bequests to Israel and called it blackmail.1

It is noteworthy that this description of Ben-Gurion’s fury with Kennedy was not written in hindsight, but two months before the assassination.

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