"We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq."
- Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minster of Israel
"From the perspective of the Jews, it [9/11] is the most important public relations act ever committed in our favour."
- Ehud Sprinzak, Israeli counter-terrorism expert
The current "Global War on Terror" was initiated as a result of the false flag attack on 9/11, which has served as the central paradigm of international relations and American foreign policy for the past eleven years now.
Consider the following facts relating to 9/11:
- the only people arrested in New York City in connection with the day's events were Israeli military/intelligence operatives, who were part of a much larger Israeli espionage operation across the United States in the months leading up to 9/11
- the entire Bush administration was controlled by Neoconservative, war-mongering Jews, many with dual Israeli citizenship, who facilitated the execution and coverup of the events on 9/11
- the criminal network that conspired to privatize the World Trade Center complex in the months leading up to 9/11 was virtually entirely Jewish, with strong ties to Israel and international Jewry
- the illegitimate state of Israel was founded by Jewish terrorists, who have utilized false flag terrorist tactics on numerous occasions over the past 60+ years to advance their agenda and to frame their enemies in order to get their
alliespuppets in the West to fight on their behalf
In his book, The War on Truth: 9/11, Disinformation, and the Anatomy of Terrorism, Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed discusses in great detail the ideological foundations for the "Global War on Terrorism", beginning in the summer of 1979 at the Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism, which was organized largely by Netanyahu, working on behalf of The Jonathan Institute. The Jonathan Institute eventually published International Terrorism: Challenge and Response in 1981, which was edited by Netanyahu and consisted of the written or transcribed speeches of all the participants of the conference.
In the Forward of this book, we learn (bold and italics mine):
The Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism was conveyed by The Jonathan Institute on July 2-5, 1979 to focus public attention on the grave threat that international terrorism poses to all democratic societies, to study the real nature of today's terrorism, and to propose measures for combating and defeating the international terror movements. [...]The "Western democracies", which are completely subverted and controlled by Jewish interests, needed an excuse or provocation, a "new Pearl Harbor", to join this "anti-terror alliance" with their Israeli masters in order to avoid all the "negative economic or political consequences" which would result in a "full-fledge battle against terrorists and their supporters." And on 9/11, that's exactly what they got.
It was the intolerable spectacle of legitimatization of terror groups and the frequent capitulation to their demands that made the Jerusalem Conference so necessary. The United Nations has proven itself to be hopelessly incapable of dealing with the problem. The Western governments themselves have too often tried to make their separate deals, fearing that a full-fledge battle against terrorists and their supporters could have negative economic or political consequences.
In the face of such paralysis, pusillanimity and impotence, the Jerusalem Conference was convened to begin the formulation of an anti-terror alliance in which all the democracies of the West must join.
Of course, Israel and organized Jewry have been behind virtually every aspect of the "Global War on Terror", from the 9/11 false flag attack to the invasion and destruction of Iraq, from the implementation of the Patriot Act and other tyrannical, anti-American legislation to the push for naked body scanners at American airports and everything in between. Israel and organized Jewish interests have been the primary instigators, propagandists, and benefactors of the fraudulent "Global War on Terror" paradigm, economically, politically, and militarily, as you can see for yourself below...
Anti-Defamation League, September 17, 2001:
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today said it strongly supports President Bush's call for a war on terrorism and says "law enforcement must have new tools to safeguard our security."Al-Akhbar, December 2, 2011
The Israelification of America’s security apparatus, recently unleashed in full force against the Occupy Wall Street Movement, has taken place at every level of law enforcement, and in areas that have yet to be exposed. The phenomenon has been documented in bits and pieces, through occasional news reports that typically highlight Israel’s national security prowess without examining the problematic nature of working with a country accused of grave human rights abuses. But it has never been the subject of a national discussion. And collaboration between American and Israeli cops is just the tip of the iceberg.
Having been schooled in Israeli tactics perfected during a 63 year experience of controlling, dispossessing, and occupying an indigenous population, local police forces have adapted them to monitor Muslim and immigrant neighborhoods in US cities. Meanwhile, former Israeli military officers have been hired to spearhead security operations at American airports and suburban shopping malls, leading to a wave of disturbing incidents of racial profiling, intimidation, and FBI interrogations of innocent, unsuspecting people. The New York Police Department’s disclosure that it deployed “counter-terror” measures against Occupy protesters encamped in downtown Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park is just the latest example of the so-called War on Terror creeping into every day life. Revelations like these have raised serious questions about the extent to which Israeli-inspired tactics are being used to suppress the Occupy movement.
The process of Israelification began in the immediate wake of 9/11, when national panic led federal and municipal law enforcement officials to beseech Israeli security honchos for advice and training. America’s Israel lobby exploited the climate of hysteria, providing thousands of top cops with all-expenses paid trips to Israel and stateside training sessions with Israeli military and intelligence officials. By now, police chiefs of major American cities who have not been on junkets to Israel are the exception.
The Anti-Defamation League has worked closely with law enforcement for decades to carry out our mission of protecting both the Jewish people and all others from extremism, hatred and injustice. But since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the scale of our work with law enforcement has increased significantly and the greatest demand for ADL expertise has been in the area of training for law enforcement. As the foremost non-governmental authority on domestic terrorism, extremism, organized hate groups and hate crimes, ADL has been the leading non-government organization training police. In 2010 alone, we trained more than 10,500 law enforcement officers from all over the country.As Naomi Klein pointed out in her book, The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, Israel geared its economy toward the "War on Terror"/Homeland Security/police state industry just prior to 9/11:
The reasons for Israeli industry's comfort level with disaster are not mysterious. Years before U.S. and European companies grasped the potential of the global security boom, Israeli technology firms were busily pioneering the homeland security industry, and they continue to dominate the sector today. The Israeli Export Institute estimates that Israel has 350 corporations dedicated to selling homeland security products, and 30 new ones entered the market in 2007. [...]Salon.com, May 15, 2012:
With the most tech-dependent economy in the world, Israel was hit harder by the dot-com crash than anywhere else. The country went into immediate free fall, and by June 2001, analysts were predicting that roughly three hundred high-tech Israeli firms would go bankrupt, with tens of thousands of layoffs. The Tel Aviv business newspaper Globes declared in a headline that 2002 was the "Worst Year for Israeli Economy Since 1953."
The only reason the recession was not even worse, the newspaper observed, was that the Israeli government quickly intervened with a powerful 10.7 percent increase in military spending, partially financed through cutbacks in social services. The government also encouraged the tech industry to branch out from information and communication technologies and into security and surveillance. In this period, the Israeli Defense Forces played a role similar to a business incubator. Young Israeli soldiers experimented with network systems and surveillance devices while they fulfilled their mandatory military services, then turned their findings into business plans when they returned to civilian life. A slew of new start-ups were launched, specializing in everything from "search and nail" data mining, to surveillance cameras, to terrorist profiling. When the market for these services and devices exploded in the years after September 11, the Israeli state openly embraced a new national economic vision: the growth provided by the dot-com bubble would be replaced with a homeland security boom.
Stark Aerospace of Mississippi is perhaps the only foreign-owned company with FAA permission to fly a drone in U.S. airspace. Based in the town of Columbus, not far from Mississippi State University, Stark is a subsidiary of the state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries — not that you could tell from looking at the company’s website, executive leadership or affiliations. You have to go to the Mississippi secretary of state website to learn that two of Stark’s three directors are Israelis.
So too with the America’s drone industry. The Israeli influence is not visible but it is real, documented and extremely relevant to the future of drones in America. If you want to know how drones may change American airspace in coming years, just look to Israel, where the unmanned aerial vehicle market is thriving and drones are considered a reliable instrument of “homeland security.”
“There are three explanations for Israel’s success in becoming a world leader in development and production of UAVs,” a top Israeli official explained to the Jerusalem Post last year. “We have unbelievable people and innovation, combat experience that helps us understand what we need and immediate operational use since we are always in a conflict which allows us to perfect our systems.” […]
Israel markets its expertise in defense to the rest of the world. Israeli academic Neve Gordon cites a glossy government brochure on drones titled “Israel Homeland Security: Opportunities for Industrial Cooperation,” which boasts, “no other advanced technology country has such a large proportion of citizens with real time experience in the army, security and police forces.” The chapter called “Learning from Israel’s Experience” notes that “many of these professionals continue to work as international consultants and experts after leaving the Israel Defense Forces, police or other defense and security organizations.”
The work has paid off when it comes to drones: The Jewish state is the single largest exporter of drones in the world, responsible for 41 percent of all UAVs exported between 2001 and 2011, according to a database compiled by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. Israeli companies export drone technology to at least 24 countries, including the United States.
In addition to exports, Israeli companies also create subsidiaries in consumer countries. “To increase sales outside Israel, Israel’s defense companies have to set up subsidiaries in target markets, rather than expand local manufacturing,” Haaretz reported in 2009. The Israelis “set up Stark in 2006 to drum up business in America,” according to Haaretz, because the U.S. prefers “to buy armaments and other defense gear from local companies.” In 2007, Stark “inaugurated its first production outfit, which makes Hunter unmanned vehicles that it sells through Northrop Grumman. In fact, the U.S. armed forces have been using [Israeli-made] Hunter drones since the early 1990s."
The Jewish Daily Forward, May 24, 2012:
The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee earmarked $13 million in Homeland Security funds for non-profit institutions next year, $3 million more than in 2012, and increased emergency assistance for the poor.The Obama administration and Congress had cut funding for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program from $19 million in 2011 to $10 million this year.
In addition to approving the security funds, the committee Tuesday approved $150 million for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program in the fiscal year 2013 Homeland Security spending bill by a vote of 27-3. [...]
Jewish groups have been allocated the bulk of the Nonprofit Security Grant Program funds since the program was launched in 2005.
Both provisions were top priorities of Jewish Federations of North America, which together with the Orthodox Union and Agudath Israel of America has lobbied for the security funds. Additionally, Jewish Federations of North America serves on the Emergency Food and Shelter Program board with Catholic Charities USA, the American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, and United Way Worldwide.
“Since September 11th, nonprofits generally, and Jewish communal institutions specifically, have been victims of an alarming number of threats and attacks and we are grateful for the Senate’s continuing support of the program so millions of Americans can learn, worship and live without fear,” said William Daroff, vice president for public policy and director of the Washington office of JFNA, in a statement. “The renewed investment in EFSP to help more families in need sleep with a roof over their heads, feed their families and keep their utilities on is also very welcome news.”