Les États-Unis semblent en avoir marre de devoir toujours couvrir Israël et prendre le blâme pour ses activités criminelles, lèvent le voile sur l’espionnage international israélien. Israël a-t-elle vraiment besoin d’épier la planète entière comme elle a besoin de son arsenal nucléaire et de son « Option Samson », simplement pour « survivre »?
(…) TAO a confirmé que ce n’était pas une opération qu’il menait. TAO a demandé à ses partenaires s’ils étaient impliqués (…). Chacun a nié une quelconque participation. TAO a volontairement évité de demander au Mossad ou à l’ISNU s’ils étaient impliqués car la France n’est pas une cible commune à Israël et aux États-Unis.
Pour compléter l’information des chefs de la NSA, la note prend la peine d’ajouter que le Mossad et l’ISNU, également en mesure de mener ce type d’attaque, n’ont, « volontairement », pas été questionnés sur cette affaire. Pour justifier cette retenue, le rédacteur avance, de manière laconique, que « la France n’est pas une cible commune à Israël et aux États-Unis ». La NSA ne dit pas que le Mossad a mené l’attaque mais semble, néanmoins, considérer comme nécessaire le besoin de mentionner l’existence d’un doute raisonnable à l’encontre de l’État juif. (…) http://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2013/10/25/comment-paris-a-soupconne-la-nsa-d-avoir-pirate-l-elysee_3502761_3210.html
La juiverie sioniste admet qu’Israël possède un arsenal nucléaire, sous prétexte que sa survie en dépend!
La question se pose alors:
Un Israël sans écoute électronique serait-il un premier pas vers un monde sans Israël?
US spying ‘gives ammunition’ to Netanyahu to derail Obama agenda
Netanyahou va récupérer et instrumentaliser les révélations sur l’espionnage américain (Snowden et compagnie). Les révélations de Snowden sont-elles une victoire pour nous? Ou bien est-ce que l’instrumentalisation de ces révélations par Netanyahou n’est pas justement la raison pour laquelle les médias JUIFS ont décidé de donner le porte-voix à Snowden au lieu de l’étouffer comme ils ont étouffé TOUS les autres sonneurs d’alarme avant lui?
Si vous vous demandez pourquoi les médias juifs ont choisi de donner le porte-voix à Snowden, pourquoi ils ne l’ont pas juste bâillonné comme ils font toujours d’habitude, et bien la voilà votre réponse: c’est que ça fait grandement l’affaire de Netanyahou car l’espionnage américain lui donne une occasion en or d’attaquer Obama tout en évitant de se mettre à dos les Américains et tout en mettant le peuple américain pratiquement de son bord, contre Obama… Ça va être le plus beau Noël de Netanyahou.
AMERICAN FREE PRESS Revelations About NSA Spying on Israel Could Possibly End in Release of Traitor
By Victor Thorn
In a shocking new disclosure that is guaranteed to send the Israeli lobby in the U.S. into apoplexy, Glenn Greenwald of Britain’s Guardian newspaper—the primary recipient of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s leaks—is reporting that U.S. intelligence agencies regularly spied on top Israeli officials in order to keep tabs on its plans for a possible attack on Iran.
After scores of documents leaked by Snowden were made public last year, U.S. surveillance practices conducted by the National Security Agency (NSA) have faced heavy criticism from world leaders.
This backlash won’t be lessening any time soon.
According to Snowden, NSA officials collaborated with the UK’s central spy agency, GCHQ, to directly monitor the email accounts of Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak and then-Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.
An Israeli military intelligence outlet known as Debka verified the NSA’s practices in an October 2013 report.
“[The Agency] had a single narrow focus: to pick up the slightest murmur or clue suggesting that Israel was about to launch an attack on Iran’s nuclear sites,” reported Debka.
The Israeli news agency added that spies were instructed to scrutinize “any orders placed suddenly for large quantities of aircraft fuel, or the import of unusual amounts of emergency medical equipment.”
Although no one can be certain of what materials Greenwald may next release, on Jan. 9 AFP spoke with a source in Boston that requested his name be withheld.
Characterizing himself as a rabbi who has consulted on Mideast peace negotiations in the past, the source told AFP: “In professional circles, intelligence people know that everyone’s trying to get information about everyone else. So, it’s not surprising that the U.S. is spying. Israel does the same thing to protect [its] interests.”
One interesting aspect of the NSA-Israeli relationship that will always be a sore spot involves the latest push to free convicted spy Jonathan Pollard, who in 1987 received a life sentence for committing treason against the U.S.
Since Pollard’s imprisonment, Israeli politicians, especially Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, have made appeals for his release. Although every U.S. president since Ronald Reagan has denied these requests, on Dec. 27, 2013 Secretary of State John Kerry floated the possibility of freeing Pollard in exchange for 26 Arab inmates held in Israeli custody.
Even Greenwald himself seems to be shilling for Pollard’s freedom, claiming that Israeli leaders are correct in their attempts to link NSA spying revelations with this notorious agent’s pardon.
On Jan. 11, AFP contacted Joseph Bishop, an international teacher who has taught English in Russia and the Ukraine. When asked about Kerry offering Pollard as a bargaining chip, Bishop replied:
“This move says that Kerry has no principles. He’d give up anything.”
Expanding further on this thought, Bishop asserted: “Netanyahu is the primary reason why Pollard is even on the table. To me, it seems that talks about Pollard are a gesture of compromise or conciliation by the Obama administration, almost like a quid pro quo since they haven’t invaded Syria or Iran. Pollard’s possible freedom almost seems like an expression of sorrow or guilt that the NSA spied on Israel.”
Was NSA monitoring Israeli spies? (Est-ce pour ça que les médias en parlent enfin de l’espionnage de la NSA? Parce que cela déplaît grandement à Israël et à son réseau international d’espionnage?)
ed note–it goes without saying, but nevertheless keep in mind as you consider this statement that both of these individuals are in the paid service of the State of Israel, making THEM in effect ‘spies’ as well.
Snowden, un « espion russe »? Il est toujours important de brouiller les pistes. Sauf quand le but est d’intimider… Or ici Israël et son réseau mondial d’espionnage ne cherche pas à nous intimider, il cherche à obtenir notre appui dans son combat contre la NSA, donc il doit brouiller les pistes.
Who’s really afraid of NSA surveillance? Israel does! Peut-être que la NSA était sur le point de sortir publiquement des infos hautement compromettantes au sujet des activités criminelles et/ou d’espionnage d’Israël lorsque le scandale Snowden a été coulé dans les médias juifs, afin que mettre la NSA au centre de la vindicte populaire… Ceci alors que la NSA fait un boulot nécessaire pour protéger le pays contre ses ennemis tels qu’ Israël et l’Arabie Saoudite!
Hundreds of Israeli military officers, intelligence operatives, and those working for the country’s defense industry are being denied U.S. visas once routinely approved, the Hebrew tabloid Ma’ariv reported in its Tuesday edition.
Sidney et sa femme Jane Harman sont membres du CFR (fondé par Rockefeller comme filiale du RIIA londonien des Rothschild). En 2006, Jane Harman s’était fait promettre par un agent du Mossad un haut poste à la sécurité intérieure (homeland security) – poste qu’elle a obtenu depuis. L’agent du Mossad était lui-même sous écoute, ce qui fait qu’ils ont aussi entendu Jane Harman au téléphone avec lui. Elle a nié avoir eu cette discussion, mais les enregistrements étaient là pour le prouver. Mais malgré cela, elle s’en est tout de même tirée! Le poste qui lui était promis venait avec une condition: elle devait oeuvrer d’influence pour que le juif Steve Rosen, un espion de l’AIPAC, soit disculpé de ses accusations d’espionnage. Rosen fut inculpé pour espionnage dans le scandale d’espionnage à l’AIPAC. Il y avait aussi le juif Keith Weissman qui était impliqué. Vous l’aurez deviné: Rosen s’en est tiré, les accusation ont été abandonnées – au grand dam du FBI et de la NSA qui voulaient les inculper! (Il y a quand même du bon monde dans ces agences. C’est pas pour rien que les néocons Douglas Feith, Richard Perle et Paul Wolfowitz ont été sous enquête pour espionnage pour Israël!)
Influential Newsweek Magazine Sold for $1 to CFR’s Super-Rich, Pro-Israel Harman Couple
(…)That Jane Harman should now be a major media force is disturbing to those who value both national security and individual rights. Mrs. Harman’s corrupt behind-the-scenes activity on behalf of Israel and its American operations was discovered in 2006 when Mrs. Harman—a strong supporter of the warrantless wiretaps program of the Bush administration—was overheard speaking on the telephone with a known Israeli spy operating in the U.S. whose phone was being tapped by the National Security Agency. The spy’s identity has never been made public.
Over the wiretap, Harman was heard agreeing with the Israeli agent to use her influence as a member of Congress to try to scuttle the then-standing federal criminal indictment of two former AIPAC officials charged with illicitly procuring American defense secrets on behalf of Israel.
According to reports—which were quickly brushed away by the mainstream media—the Israeli operative promised Harman that the Jewish lobby would reward her for her efforts on behalf of the accused traitors by pushing then-House Minority Leader (now Speaker) Nancy Pelosi to appoint Harman as chair of the House Intelligence Committee. This would have been a lucrative plum for Harman and her friends in Israel.
Indicating clearly that Mrs. Harman knew she was engaged in influence peddling and obstruction of justice (not to mention aiding and abetting in the illicit trade in data relating to U.S. national security), Harman was heard by the NSA telling her telephonic co-conspirator, “This conversation doesn’t exist.”
Harman was investigated by the CIA for her intrigues, but the Bush administration’s then-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales pressured the CIA to back off; the administration valued Harman’s support for the warrantless wiretaps of U.S. citizens.
In the end, the indictment against AIPAC’s Steve Rosen and Keith Weissman was dropped—much to the consternation of loyal American FBI agents who had accumulated the data that led to the two men being charged and to the outrage of the Justice Department attorneys who had stewarded the indictment through the federal grand jury process. But Harman didn’t get the chairmanship of the committee. She was clearly “too hot to handle.”
Harman and her defenders decry the allegations against the billionaire congresswoman. But all of the information pinpoints Mrs. Harman as someone who definitely shouldn’t be in Congress, let alone among the last who should have any control over one of America’s most influential weekly magazines.
‘Israeli spying in US crosses red lines’ Newsweek reporter Jeff Stein cites classified U.S. intelligence document on « Jerusalem’s efforts to steal U.S. secrets under the cover of trade missions and joint defense technology contracts » • Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman slams « malicious » report.
Whatever happened to honor among thieves? When the National Security Agency was caught eavesdropping on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cell phone, it was considered a rude way to treat a friend. Now U.S. intelligence officials are saying—albeit very quietly, behind closed doors on Capitol Hill—that our Israeli “friends” have gone too far with their spying operations here.
According to classified briefings on legislation that would lower visa restrictions on Israeli citizens, Jerusalem’s efforts to steal U.S. secrets under the cover of trade missions and joint defense technology contracts have “crossed red lines.”
Israel’s espionage activities in America are unrivaled and unseemly, counterspies have told members of the House Judiciary and Foreign Affairs committees, going far beyond activities by other close allies, such as Germany, France, the U.K. and Japan. A congressional staffer familiar with a briefing last January called the testimony “very sobering…alarming…even terrifying.” Another staffer called it “damaging.”
The Jewish state’s primary target: America’s industrial and technical secrets.
“No other country close to the United States continues to cross the line on espionage like the Israelis do,” said a former congressional staffer who attended another classified briefing in late 2013, one of several in recent months given by officials from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the State Department, the FBI and the National Counterintelligence Directorate.
The intelligence agencies didn’t go into specifics, the former aide said, but cited “industrial espionage—folks coming over here on trade missions or with Israeli companies working in collaboration with American companies, [or] intelligence operatives being run directly by the government, which I assume meant out of the [Israeli] Embassy.”
An Israeli Embassy spokesman flatly denied the charges Tuesday after initially declining to comment. Aaron Sagui told Newsweek « Israel doesn’t conduct espionage operations in the United States, period. We condemn the fact that such outrageous, false allegations are being directed against Israel. » Representatives of two U.S. intelligence agencies, while acknowledging problems with Israeli spies, would not discuss classified testimony for the record. The FBI would neither confirm nor deny it briefed Congress. A State Department representative would say only that staff in its Consular and Israel Palestinian Affairs offices briefed members of Congress on visa reciprocity issues.
Of course, the U.S. spies on Israel, too. “It was the last place you wanted to go on vacation,” a former top CIA operative told Newsweek, because of heavy-handed Israeli surveillance. But the level of Israeli espionage here now has rankled U.S. counterspies.
“I don’t think anyone was surprised by these revelations,” the former aide said. “But when you step back and hear…that there are no other countries taking advantage of our security relationship the way the Israelis are for espionage purposes, it is quite shocking. I mean, it shouldn’t be lost on anyone that after all the hand-wringing over [Jonathan] Pollard, it’s still going on.”
Israel and pro-Israel groups in America have long lobbied U.S. administrations to free Pollard, a former U.S. naval intelligence analyst serving a life sentence since 1987 for stealing tens of thousands of secrets for Israel. (U.S. counterintelligence officials suspect that Israel traded some of the Cold War-era information to Moscow in exchange for the emigration of Russian Jews.) After denying for over a decade that Pollard was its paid agent, Israel apologized and promised not to spy on U.S. soil again. Since then, more Israeli spies have been arrested and convicted by U.S. courts.
I.C. Smith, a former top FBI counterintelligence specialist during the Pollard affair, tells Newsweek, “In the early 1980s, dealing with the Israelis was, for those assigned that area, extremely frustrating. The Israelis were supremely confident that they had the clout, especially on the Hill, to basically get [away] with just about anything. This was the time of the Criteria Country List—later changed to the National Security Threat List—and I found it incredible that Taiwan and Vietnam, for instance, were on [it], when neither country had conducted activities that remotely approached the Pollard case, and neither had a history of, or a comparable capability to conduct, such activities.”
While all this was going on, Israel was lobbying hard to be put on the short list of countries (38 today) whose citizens don’t need visas to visit here.
Until recently, the major sticking point was the Jewish state’s discriminatory and sometimes harsh treatment of Arab-Americans and U.S. Palestinians seeking to enter Israel. It has also failed to meet other requirements for the program, such as promptly and regularly reporting lost and stolen passports, officials say—a problem all the more pressing since Iranians were found to have boarded the missing Malaysia Airlines flight with stolen passports.
“But this is the first time congressional aides have indicated that intelligence and national security concerns also are considerations in weighing Israel’s admission into the visa waiver program,” Jonathan Broder, the foreign and defense editor for CQ Roll Call, a Capitol Hill news site, wrote last month. He quoted a senior House aide as saying, “The U.S. intelligence community is concerned that adding Israel to the visa waiver program would make it easier for Israeli spies to enter the country.”
The Israelis “thought they could just snap their fingers” and get friends in Congress to legislate visa changes, a Hill aide said, instead of going through the required hoops with DHS. But facing resistance from U.S. intelligence, Israel recently signaled it’s willing to work with DHS, both Israeli and U.S. officials say. “Israel is interested in entering into the visa waiver program and is taking concrete steps to meet its conditions,” Israeli Embassy spokesman Aaron Sagui told Newsweek. “Most recently, the U.S. and Israel decided to establish a working group to advance the process,” Sagui added, saying that “Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Zeev Elkin will head the Israeli delegation.” He refused to say when the Elkin delegation was coming.
Congressional aides snorted at the announcement. “The Israelis haven’t done s**t to get themselves into the visa waiver program,” the former congressional aide said, echoing the views of two other House staffers working on the issue. “I mean, if the Israelis got themselves into this visa waiver program and if we were able to address this [intelligence community] concern—great, they’re a close ally, there are strong economic and cultural links between the two countries, it would be wonderful if more Israelis could come over here without visas. I’m sure it would spur investment and tourist dollars in our economy and so on and so forth. But what I find really funny is they haven’t done s**t to get into the program. They think that their friends in Congress can get them in, and that’s not the case. Congress can lower one or two of the barriers, but they can’t just legislate the Israelis in.”
The path to visa waivers runs through DHS and can take years to navigate. For Chile, it was three years, a government official said on a not-for-attribution basis; for Taiwan, “several.” Requirements include “enhanced law enforcement and security-related data sharing with the United States; timely reporting of lost and stolen passports; and the maintenance of high counterterrorism, law enforcement, border control, aviation and document security standards,” a DHS statement said.
Israel is not even close to meeting those standards, a congressional aide said. “You’ve got to have machine-readable passports in place—the e-passports with a data chip in them. The Israelis have only just started to issue them to diplomats and senior officials and so forth, and that probably won’t be rolled out to the rest of their population for another 10 years.”
But U.S. counterspies will get the final word. And since Israel is as likely to stop spying here as it is to give up matzo for Passover, the visa barriers are likely to stay up.
As Paul Pillar, the CIA’s former national intelligence officer for the Near East and South Asia, told Newsweek, old habits are hard to break: Zionists were dispatching spies to America before there even was an Israel, to gather money and materials for the cause and later the fledgling state. Key components for Israel’s nuclear bombs were clandestinely obtained here. “They’ve found creative and inventive ways,” Pillar said, to get what they want.
“If we give them free rein to send people over here, how are we going to stop that?” the former congressional aide asked. “They’re incredibly aggressive. They’re aggressive in all aspects of their relationship with the United States. Why would their intelligence relationship with us be any different?”
Jeff Stein writes SpyTalk for Newsweek from Washington, D.C.
juif.org – « Quelqu’un veut saboter les relations Israël/USA » Le ministre israélien des Affaires stratégiques et du Renseignement, Youval Steinitz, a critiqué samedi le rapport du magazine américain Newsweek accusant Israël de dépasser « la ligne rouge » en matière d’espionnage sur le sol américain, affirmant qu’il s’agit d’une « tentative malicieuse et intentionnelle de saboter les relations entre Israël et les Etats-Unis ».
Kerry-Netanyahu call abruptly terminated Prime minister, secretary of state spoke on Sunday, but the conversation was ended due to ‘communications issue’ according to State Department; Kerry not planning to attend Cairo talks
ÇA COUPE…? LE MOSSAD À L’ÉCOUTE?