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Condi Rice’s Ties to Turkish Spy Ring

The Story that Should Remove Condi Rice from Consideration for Vice President


 by  Gordon Duff, Senior Editor



Washington (VT) Condi Rice, as with most Washington insiders, has a secret that can take her down.  

In 2002, Rice “crossed the line” in preventing the investigation of a major spy operation in the White House.  For the first time, facts just released and eyewitness testimony make Rice a political liability or worse.

We begin with Rice and her real agenda, or what can be shown, even proven beyond a doubt, as she served President Bush (43).  Rice filled the White House with convicted criminals and spies.

This broad claim bears examining, which is what we do here.  But first, one must understand the power of the National Security Council she headed and how access to membership meant full access to all classified data held by the United States.

Remember, each member carried, not only a Top Secret security clearance but an “SC” clearance as well, known as “Special Compartmentalized Intelligence.”

This is a higher rating that most are even aware of and awarded to only the most carefully vetted public servants, usually with a history of dedicated combat service. None of Rice’s staff were veterans. Almost all were Israeli citizens.

The “downfall” that should occur will involve serious breaches of trust, violations of national security policy and perhaps much more involving Matthew Bryza.

Matthew Bryza

Today, Bryza is a former Ambassador from the US married to a Turkish national living in Istanbul and deeply enmeshed in the Caspian Basin oil business.

He is a young man, born in 1964. His ambassadorship was stripped away for statements he made in denial of the Armenian genocide.

His history as a diplomat puts him in the Russian embassy during the mid 90’s after spending his first years in Poland during the end of the Soviet influence there.

When President Bush (43) took office, he appointed Condi Rice as his National Security Advisor.

She took over running the National Security Council, bringing most members over from Project for a New American Century.

This included Richard Clarke, as Counter Terrorism Chief, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle.

Let’s start with Perle.  Perle had already been accused of spying, according to Seymour Hersh in his book, the Price of Power (page 322):

“In mid-October 1970, [Henry] Kissinger testified, when a second wiretap was authorized for Helmut Sonnenfeldt, who was Kissinger’s closest friend on the NSC [National Security Council] staff, his role was even more tangential….

Richard N. Perle, a foreign policy aide to Senator Jackson, was overheard discussing classified information that had been supplied to him by someone on the National Security Council Staff…..

Kissinger – perhaps seeking to ward off a Nixon explosion – handed him (Haldeman) the FBI wiretap on the Israeli embassy and requested that the FBI be assigned to determine which NSC staff member was in contact with Richard Perle…

Kissinger had to know that Hoover and Haldeman would suspect Sonnenfeldt, who was known from previous wiretaps to have close ties to the Israelis as well as Perle.”

Thus, the day Perle was brought over, he was a known espionage agent.  Rice would be sure he was not alone.

Rosen and Weissman

Next was Steve Rosen, who was arrested for spying along with Lawrence Franklin, assistant to Paul Wolfowitz and Richard Perle and Keith Weissman.

Rosen was brought into the White House by Rice, Franklin by Wolfowitz, who was brought into the White House by Rice.

Weissman was given full national security access though not a government employee by Rice.

Rosen, head of the Rand Corporation was Middle East Chief on the NSC, in direct contrast to reports that list him as only an “AIPAC” (Israeli lobbyist”) as was Weissman.

All three were arrested for spying, the espionage organized by AIPAC and the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative “think tank.”  Franklin was sentenced to 13 years in prison and charges against Weissman and Rosen were “suspended” on “national security concerns” by the Bush Justice Department.

President Bush had Franklin’s spying sentence commuted to 10 months of “house arrest.”

Douglas Feith

Douglas Feith was appointed Under Secretary of Defense, part of the same group, under suspicion but never arrested.

He came from PNAC also as did Elliot Abrams, convicted in 1991 on two counts of lying to congress during the Iran Contra investigation.

Reagan had appointed him Assistant Secretary of State for Humanitarian Affairs yet CIA insiders have him deeply involved in the genocide in Central America, Guatemala in particular, that killed over 300,000.

His greatest project was El Salvador, however.

Elliott Abrams

” Loved  ones of the thousand unarmed Salvadoran peasants, including 139  children, killed by U.S.-trained contra troops in the 1981 El Mozote  massacre may be less inclined to let bygones be bygones.

Abrams has  been a consistent massacre denier, even calling Washington’s policy in  El Salvador a “fabulous achievement.”

He told Congress that the reports  carried in the New York Times and Washington Post a month after El  Mozote were Communist propaganda.

In  1993, members of a Salvadoran Truth commission testified about the  massacre in a congressional hearing of the House Western Hemisphere  subcommittee. Chairman Robert G. Torricelli (D-New Jersey) vowed to  review for possible perjury “every word uttered by every Reagan  administration official” in congressional testimony on El Salvador. 

Eventually  documentation emerged proving that the Reagan administration had known  about El Mozote and other human rights violations all along. Abrams,  however, carefully denied knowledge of the assassination of Salvadoran  Archbishop Oscar Romero, committed shortly after the cleric denounced  government terror.

“Anybody who thinks you’re going to find a cable  that says that Roberto d’Aubuisson murdered the archbishop is a fool,”  Abrams was quoted in a March 21, 1993 article in the Washington Post.”


The FBI has always tried to do a good job. It is the traitors above them that block major espionage investigations. We are sorry to say this is an old game and Counter Intel people have long been humiliated.

Bryza was brought into the NSC by Rice in April 2001 to head the vital Turkey (Eurasia) desk at the NSC.

He was given top security clearances which were later discovered to have been awarded under, not just false pretenses, but to someone actually living with a Turkish intelligence agent to whom he passed vital US intelligence for years.

That intelligence, never entirely cataloged, due to Bush administration obstruction, went to Russia, China, Iran and elsewhere.

The investigation was handled by the FBI, never reported until now.  Did Bryza access more information than Pollard?

The truth is that nobody was able to ask as Bryza was “protected” by Condi Rice who had the power, through President Bush, to quash any investigation and, as we will read later, clearly violate any law.

Here is how it started;

Our sources are at the highest levels of the Bush White House.

First you must understand that the FBI is not allowed to interview any White House or NSC staff on foreign policy or Intel issues without permission from the National Security Adviser.  Naturally, the FBI finds this objectionable.

Here is part of what we were told:

Zeyno Baran

In early 2002, two FBI agents asked if I could help them prove that this policy was basically a green light for anyone on the White House and NSC staff to commit national security breaches with no investigation. 


They asked if I knew of any current examples of an NSC staffer who might be compromising intelligence.  If they could prove that this was going on, they hoped to convince Condi to change the policy.


So I told them that Matt Bryza, who was handling Caspian issues, was living with a Turkish national, Zeyno Baran, who was not only the stepdaughter of the owner of Sabah, a Turkish newspaper, but also was unofficially lobbying hard for US support of the Baku Ceyhan oil pipeline. 


I said I was pretty certain Matt had not mentioned that during his clearance process.  Also, the last time I had seen Matt and Zeyno was at Steve Rosen’s house

Zeyno and Matthew Bryza


Sources tell us that Matt and Zeyno had an apartment in Arlington, near the Courthouse.  What was obvious from this point is that Matt Bryza had not just lied but was passing intelligence as well.


The FBI assigned one of their top agents, Laura Pino, to head the investigation, one that no longer exists, one Pino still carries with her to this day, “one of the many who got away.”


When the FBI was able to prove spying, they demanded to interrogate Bryza.  These went on through 2002 and 2003 at the Old Executive Office Building by mutual agreement.


There has never been a press release nor any published documentation on any of this until now.


When the FBI had established their case, they went to the DOJ and requested prosecution and the immediate suspension of all security clearances and that Bryza have all access, White House and any other government department ended.


From our NSC source:


“The FBI went straight into action.  Sure enough, Matt had lied.  They also told me, with no detail, that Zeyno was definitely milking Matt for info and using it to further her professional objectives. Major security breach.


The FBI took their discovery to Condi, who had to let them interview Matt under the circumstances.  One agent called me right before the scheduled interview to ask what questions to be able to see if he was telling the truth.


Everything I told them panned out.  At the end of the interview, the FBI formally requested that Matt Bryza’s clearance be immediately revoked.  State was ready to do it, but Condi stepped in, personally, and blocked the suspension.”


Rice, rather than ordering prosecution, especially since over half of her staff was either under indictment, recently convicted, previously convicted or under investigation for espionage, appointed Bryza “Under Secretary of State” covering the same region he had been accused of spying for.
Here is Wikipedia’s version of his career after these incidents:

In June 2005, he assumed duties of Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs. He was responsible for policy oversight and management of relations with countries in the Caucasus and Southern Europe.

He also led U.S. efforts to advance peaceful settlements of separatist conflicts of Nagorno-Karabakh, Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Additionally, he coordinated U.S. energy policy in the regions surrounding the Black and Caspian Seas and worked with European countries on issues of tolerance, social integration, and Islam.[1]

In August 2009, Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) Chairman Ken Hachikian sent a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton outlining the concerns of the Armenian American community regarding what he called the recent “biased remarks by Matt Bryza” the U.S. Co-Chair to the OSCE Minsk Group charged with helping to negotiate a settlement of the Nagorno Karabagh conflict.[3]

In May 2010, the White House appointed Bryza as the United States Ambassador to Azerbaijan.[4] On September 21, 2010, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved his ambassadorial nomination and sent it to the Senate floor.

In a SFRC roll call vote, Democratic Senators Robert Menendez of New Jersey and Barbara Boxer of California who are Armenian Caucus members tried to block the nomination voting against Bryza’s appointment. On December 29, 2010 Bryza’s appointment by President Obama was confirmed by the White House as a recess appointment.[5][6] He served as ambassador to Azerbaijan starting from February 2011.

In January 2012 Bryza left the post and the foreign service as the Senate did not confirm his nomination due to the opposition by Armenian-American lobbying groups[7] who alleged his ties with the Azerbaijani government. Washington Post editor Fred Hiatt described it as a “vivid example of how the larger U.S. national interest can fall victim to special-interest jockeying and political accommodation”.[8]


In 2010, Jean-Francois Julliard and Clothilde Le Coz, of the Washington Times wrote about Barza.  They cite a number of “peculiarities” in his more recent history as we see below:

 Last month, Washington Times reporter James Morrison wrote an item in his Embassy Row column about the nomination of Matthew Bryza as U.S. ambassador to Azerbaijan.

As Mr. Morrison noted, several human rights groups had previously questioned Mr. Bryza’s close ties to Azerbaijani leadership, and tough questions about his possible bias again surfaced during his recent confirmation hearing.

During the hearings, Mr. Bryza stated: “If confirmed, I will continue to encourage the government of Azerbaijan to move forward on key issues such as media freedom, freedom of expression, political pluralism, rule of law and civic participation.”

Obviously, these are noble goals often repeated by U.S. ambassadors who are stationed in authoritarian countries, but Mr. Bryza’s past in Azerbaijan raises important doubts about his promises.

In 2007, the editor of the opposition newspaper Azadlig, Ganimat Zahid, and correspondent Agil Khalil were sued over an article titled “Azerbaijanis Paid for Matthew Bryza’s Wedding.” The article states that Azeri Economic Development Minister Haydar Babayev paid for a significant portion of Mr. Bryza’s wedding, which took place in Istanbul the same year.

At the time, Mr. Bryza was the U.S. co-chairman of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Minsk Group, the body tasked with mediating a peace deal for the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia.

Both countries claim sovereignty over the region, and although a cease-fire has been observed since 1994, no agreement has ever been signed between the two governments.

In the year after the article was published, Azadlig correspondent Agil Khalil was the target of four murder attempts, and in July 2008 – no longer able to deal with the constant threats against him – he fled to France, where he remains to this day. Mr. Khalil cannot return to Azerbaijan because he fears for his life.

What is made clear is that Barza’s supporters, his protectors, don’t just stop at obstruction of justice, murder seems to be an option they run to just as quickly.

Reports from confidential sources, unconfirmed, indicate that Barza was the force that pushed Georgia into their attack on South Ossettia, leading to their conflict with Russia.

There have also been accusations that Barza’s expertise on the Baku/Ceyhan/Kirkuk pipeline, which empties Iraqi crude through Turkey may have benefited certain American oil companies, one of whom once employed Condi Rice, with tens of billions of dollars of unbilled crude oil.  The Washington Times continues:

Mr. Bryza was very much criticized and questioned about his position on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, an extremely sensitive and taboo subject in Azerbaijan. Reporter and editor Eynulla Fatullayev remains in jail for writing about the subject in a way that displeased Azerbaijani officials.

A respected journalist recognized as a political prisoner by the international community, Mr. Fatullayev was the editor of two newspapers that since have been closed down, the weekly Realny Azerbaijan and the daily Gundelik Azerbaijan.

Arrested in 2007, he was convicted the following year on charges of “insulting the honor and dignity of the Azerbaijani people,” refusing to pay taxes and making “terrorist threats.”

The last charge resulted from an article that accused the Azerbaijani armed forces of sharing responsibility with their Armenian counterparts for the deaths of hundreds of civilians during an attack by Armenian troops in 1992 on the village of Khojali in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.

The latest development of note has been the adoption of amendments to the press law imposing additional curbs on journalists, including draconian limitations on the ability to take photos. The first sign a country is reforming its policy in a democratic way is to let journalists do their job properly, as a sign of transparency.

As Mr. Aliyev continues to crack down on the press and freedom of speech, a nominee who can easily be identified as a strong supporter of the Azerbaijani government might indeed undermine the U.S. government’s stated goal of improving democracy and human rights in the country.

Joshua Foust of Registan writes on Caspian Basin and governmental issues.  This is what he had to say about Bryza and his role in the Georgian war:

Now, enter Matt Bryza. He’s long been a figure in Caspian circles, going back at least a decade to President Bush’s National Security Council then as Condoleeza Rice’s point man on the Caucasus.

However, like many in the Bush administration, Bryza was close to Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili — and rumors are rampant that he helped nudge the tiny country into war with Russia by hinting the U.S. would support them.

In fact, Moscow has been so open about those rumors that they have made it very plain that Bryza would get a cool reception by Russian diplomats.


The Wild Bunch

Bryza came to the White House with the group from PNAC.  They had already established an agenda, as described by Paul Wolfowitz, by 1999.

He was already recruiting White House staff, telling key recruits that the election had already been decided and all that was left was to wait for “the event” and then invade Iraq as a jumping off point for an invasion of Iran.

Crafty Ahmed Chalabi

In tow was Ahmed Chalbi, his choice for President of Iraq despite the fact Chalbi was facing criminal charges at the time.

Chalabi turned out to be the source for 90% of the false intelligence about Al Qaeda and WMDs that brought about the US attack on Iraq.

Coincidentally, Azerbaijan is seen as a “jumping off point” for air attacks on Iran.  Weapons, transported through Georgia and attack aircraft of uncertain national origin have been spotted in Azerbaijan, falsely credited to “Islamic rebel groups” that have now been shown to never have existed.

Bryza now lives in Istanbul with his wife but sits on the board of Turcas Petrol AS, a Turkish/Azerbaijani oil company though Reuters fails to show him holding that position.

Since March 1, 2012, Bryza has been appointed the Director of the International Centre for Defense Studies, an Estonian “think tank” secretly funded by USAID, often a channel for CIA covert operations funds.

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has been unavailable for comment on her current contacts with Barza or her reasons for blocking his prosecution and reinstating his security clearances.

Editing: Jim W. Dean

While our troops are betrayed once by high ranking traitors, they are betrayed worse by top officials who hide these breaches of security to protect their own reputations. Never so little, has been owed to so few top American officials, by so many loyal Americans

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61 Responses to "Condi Rice’s Ties to Turkish Spy Ring"

  1. The Cyclic Cross at Hendaye  July 17, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    To all those “Armageddon”-Lovers
    In those old scriptures “Armageddon” was the equivalent of our “WAR ON TERROR” – something to keep the people up to scratch, make them think about fear and obey to the wills of the “Men in Skirts” – the Magicians, or Priests – who always acted as the “whisperers” to the Kings.

    So, the Devil is just another metapher (though partly true as far duality is concerned) to focus your attention on the endless game of polarities.

    GOD, the Creator, isn’t the “antagonist” of anyone and hasn’t have any. This is the uttermost universal principle of ONENESS, valid throught all dimensions and possible realities. “ALL THAT IS AND THAT IS NOT” may explain this principle even better.

    So there are many hints that the “true Israel”(Veritas Israel in Latin) isn’t those folks who are constantly pouring fuel all over our beautiful world from their “foreign nation” inmidst Palestine. It’s either only a part (IS REAL?) or nothing at all. The “choosen people” are by no means what is postered everywhere as “the Jews” – it’s us, ALL OF US, THE WHOLE WORLD!

    It should be clear to you by now that every word from those old scriptures was twisted, distorted, interpreted almost to death – until it served the purposes of the ptbs. Whoever they were and wherever “bloodline” they arose from…

    The conception of a TWOFOLD WISDOM – one for the mass of the people, one for the sage – was part of HELLENISTIC, especially Pythagorean thought, which distinguished between the esoteric and exoteric doctrinea of the philosophera. From the Hellenistic world it made its way into Judaism!

    So all those “END TIME PROPHECIES” made their way into Judaism – over Judaism to Christianity and over Christianity into secular Islam – from Persia and Babylon firsthand those “fierce characters” – latter mixed with Hellenistic “logic” and fear of the “unknown” (=death) – which they tried to rebalance again by what was implemented into Islamic philosophy…

    A volatile mixture indeed. 😉

    Made, for DIVIDING us all. CONQUERING of us all, included – latter.

    Think about this when you join to support the unholly alliance between Worldwide Zionism and American Evangelists.


    “Religion” should be your personal stuff only. As it is your business what you want to believe in or not. By no means this should SERVE AS the legitimation for something that you FEEL to be unjust already.

    And this is even written in The Book.

    Far Sight 3

    IS-REAL’s children are delivering “mess-ages”
    on IS-REAL’s shells designed to explode over the heads
    of true ISRAEL’s children:
    “With Love from Israel”

  2. The Cyclic Cross at Hendaye  July 17, 2012 at 12:21 am


    The Indoctrination of a People By Judith Gelernter Reisman, Ph.D. and Edward W. Eichel drjudithreisman

  3. Preston James, Ph.D  July 16, 2012 at 1:58 pm

    Don’t ever expect anyone into SM or a cronie of former Rep Gary Condom to be be a patriot or follow the Constitution. They are fully compromised and easy to control. And that is why these doofuses are “prepped” and propelled into high positions from an early age on in the first place.

    That’s why DC should properly be called “kink city”. Even more sex and kink services sold than in lost wages, nev (and that’s a lot).

    Senior editor Duff hits another grand slam homerun with this article. Truly a masterpiece in every way. Sad thing is that this is just the tip of the iceberg. Never forget the barney frank/craig spence/bush/Franklin coverup or the “Finders” which are standard operating procedure for the DC gang.

    DC cannot be cleaned up without getting rid of this massive kink and the numerous human compromise ops. Make no mistake, these human compromise ops are long term sophisticated covert operations by foreign based intel agencies which have hijacked American Intel and America. Welcome to the handiwork of the International Crime Syndicate.

  4. haroldsmith  July 16, 2012 at 11:48 am

    Gordon writes as if we lived in a country that was something other than a lawless banana republic, where only the worst reprobates among us can aspire to any high office; where moral depravity is required, and treachery rewarded, while qualities like honesty and integrity are simply intolerable.

    • DaveE  July 16, 2012 at 2:35 pm

      Bananas ‘R US.

  5. ethanallen  July 16, 2012 at 6:00 am

    “Anybody who thinks you’re going to find a cable that says that Roberto d’Aubuisson murdered the archbishop is a fool,” Abrams was quoted in a March 21, 1993 article in the Washington Post.

    Equally a fool is anyone who thinks there is a cable stating that part of the reason for the assassination was a struggle within the Catholic Church between liberal bishops as represented by Archbishop Romero and the fascist Opus Dei of which d’Aubuisson was undoubtedly was a member.

    It is certainly plain that the fascist Opus Dei clearly has won the battle for control of the Catholic Church as they also likely have 4 members on the US Supreme Court. Overlook the power and ruthlessness of this extremely secretive organization at your own peril.

    • Excalibur  July 16, 2012 at 6:17 am

      Would any of these clerical killers be albinos by any chance?

    • Ann  July 16, 2012 at 3:16 pm

      Here’s more on Archbishop Romero’s murder. Not being content with his death, the cowardly, perfidious, psychopathic drug dealers who run this country used our taxes to fund serial killers disguised as military “men” to get rid of those thought to be witnesses — nuns.


  6. Detlef Reimers  July 16, 2012 at 3:39 am

    Last developments in Turkey are getting very interesting, indeed. Try this one for instance:


    I don’t know, if this has anything to do with the story’s topic. Perhaps someone here at VT knows more about this rather huge spy ring.

  7. Gordon Duff  July 15, 2012 at 10:02 pm

    Sibel worked with the FBI and has a version of this to tell.

    My sources worked directly for the president and attended the interviews with Rice.

  8. derricksmithers  July 15, 2012 at 7:51 pm

    @Charlotte NC Bill

    Yeah. I got a weird feeling when Clarke came out last year with his “duhhhh…I don’t know” story. I really wanted to believe him, but my gut said he was making a play for leniency. Did things get that hot?!

    And what of those 2 guys at http://www.secrecykills.com (Website is now dead.)? They never did reveal their part II video or name any names after that initial threat by the CIA.

    But, the name “Alfreda Frances Bikowsky” did emerge as an identity for one of the analysts, followed by “Michael Anne Casey” as the other analyst. The White House lied to us when they identified the brown-haired woman in the situation room photo as being Audrey Frances Tomason of the NSC. It was really Alfreda.

    Alfreda’s presence for the psy-op bin Laden raid photo and her promotion to head of the “Global Jihad Unit” after they fingered her (pun, get it. I might!) in all those blunders makes me think she is very nasty indeed.

    For info on Richard Blee, see this…
    http://www.historycommons.org/entity.jsp?entity=rich_b._1′ defer=’defer

    For the back-story on Clarke’s feigned claim of being in the dark, see this…

    So, what’s the verdict on Richard Clarke? Every photo I see of him this past year he looks like a coked-out man-balloon who hasn’t seen the sun. He seems stressed. Maybe he’d crack, if poked just right!

  9. xx  July 15, 2012 at 7:25 pm

    I guess it was the summer of 2006, came home and flew to Ft. Lauderdale and chartered 60 ft pontoon sail boat. Sailed about two miles from the coast and was hit with tropical storms, where electrical strikes knocked out the radio and one of the engines. Was stuck in this storm for about 3-4 hours, needless to say my son’s girl friend was absolutely terrified. I did not worry so much, been in much worse situations then this, and was more concerned about what was taking place abroad. After the storm we contacted the coast guard, who came out and pulled the vessel back to coast line.

    Maybe it’s time for a break, may I suggest you take trip to the Grand Bahamas Island (it’s about 80-100 miles from Ft Lauderdale) where there’s nice hide away in the middle of island. It’s a circular shaped cottage, more like apartment then costal hotels. From this location, you can travel to the old or new sides of island; I prefer the old side managed by the islanders. Have some drinks and clear the mind, regroup, and think. And remember, you are not allowed to think about work on this island, “its forbidden”. If you don’t wish to fly, take small cruise ship from Lauderdale (about 8 hours).

    It’s good suggestion….

  10. danielnoel  July 15, 2012 at 6:56 pm

    The reference to the 9/11 false flag is very useful. Rice was indisputably a major agent of its cover-up, and perhaps also of its preparation and its execution.

    Once political activists start using 9/11 as a litmus test, so many seemingly all-powerful leaders will disappear as fast as they can…


  11. daquamarine  July 15, 2012 at 3:50 pm

    @Excalibur: Most respectfully, Turks cannot give an Arab shrug of shoulders. Turks are not Arabs.

    • Excalibur  July 16, 2012 at 6:13 am

      Fair point daquamarine. Hopefully it got the message over.

  12. dirtus napus  July 15, 2012 at 3:13 pm

    Well Gordo, you may have answered your own questions from an article a ways back. Why would Putin not pierce the 9-11, OBL, lie when perfectly prompted on TV? As long as he has 2nd party intel comming from one rung lower than the Oval office itself, why would he upset the cart? Never, under any circumstances do you permit your enemy to stop delivering victory.

    Abrams, my favorite. The man is an expert on cleansing vast swaths of real estate of patriotic inhabitants. Perhaps that’s why his ilk is going after guys like me. Al Ciaduh isn’t working anymore like it was, let’s go after US patriots…..after all, their comming after me? What are we looking at here….25 years of killing freedom fighters around the world for Elliot? He has to be professor Emritus at the School of the Americas. I want to put the POS into a burnbag, but I’m in a long line.

    Notice patterns here? All socialist leaning, all banker connected? An admitted “rabbid marxist” in office, HIS WORDS.

    The family before was caught twice funding 85% of the national socialists in Europe, you know, WWII?Too bad he didn’t like the fractional loansharking and printed his own cash. Bad move Adolph. Bet he wanted another shot at it. Could have just pulled an Iceland, and we’d all be happier.

    All socialists, all banker bretheren, all war/loan happy. By the way, has anyone taken the time to inform the public, it is only the senate that can authorixe taxation onto the public? I’m certain I read somewhere that Sect.1 Art.7 states thusly? “All bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills.” Didn’t happen that way did it? Ohhhhhh, but it’s not a tax. But, it’s a tax when it’s needed to be a law, and a law when they need it to be a tax. Brilliant. Think they got to that guy? Laugh out loud. Bet your ass they did. This was Rove’s hand picked nazi after all.

    Your artice lays with “MEGA”, that’d be Scooter Libby, he started all this with Kissinger and the rest of the dual citizens.

    • Gerry  July 15, 2012 at 7:24 pm

      “By the way, has anyone taken the time to inform the public, it is only the senate that can authorixe taxation onto the public? I’m certain I read somewhere that Sect.1 Art.7 states thusly? “All bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills.” Didn’t happen that way did it? Ohhhhhh, but it’s not a tax. But, it’s a tax when it’s needed to be a law, and a law when they need it to be a tax. Brilliant. Think they got to that guy? Laugh out freakin’ loud. Bet your ass they did. This was Rove’s hand picked nazi after all.”

      It’s just a goddamned piece of paper!

  13. Garibaldi  July 15, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    Be a good mensch and bring the Schneerson Archive back to Brooklyn, Bryza.

  14. Excalibur  July 15, 2012 at 2:02 pm


    Immediately before Iraq 2 British politicians did their best to destroy the British Military and all it’s traditions – as required by the various marxist zionist dumbing-down and destruction programmes. Old Regiments – some with a thousand years of history – were disbanded regardless of the outrage and uproar from the public. Nothing must get in the way of the ‘great new coming age’ – and the newly revised history books.

    One unit, the Royal Corps of Transport, had always been used to transport military equipment to theatre. In 1993, however it was ‘amalgamated’ into a general logistics unit and disappeared. When Iraq 2 happened the British army therefore ‘posted’ half of it’s kit to Turkey (Our NATO allies no less) as it was assumed that they would at least allow passage through Turkey even if they did not take part in the attack on their neighbour. Seeing as the RCT no longer existed – there was nobody to accompany it.

    Then, after some weeks of deliberation, the Turkish government decided that they were going to have nothing to do with this attack on Iraq – and there would be no western soldiers or movement from the north via Turkey. In the meantime the kit was somewhere in central Turkey. Like a chastened schoolboy who had kicked his football over into someone’s garden – the British Ministry of Defence had to ask the Turks: “Excuse me – can we have our kit back please?”

    Predictably the Turks gave an Arabic shrug of the shoulders and said: “Sorry – we don’t know where it is …..” ….. which was the last that anything was seen of most of it.

    The items included things such as body armour – and British soldiers were subsequently killed for lack of this – causing a political storm. VERY STRANGELY during this storm the media never reported any of this cock-up – and most Brits today are unaware of what took place. This was because of a political manipulator called Peter Mandelson (yes – he is) who apparently forbade any reporting of this event because he was keen to get Turkey into the European Union. This story would not play out well among the British public of course – who were already very unhappy anyway at the prospect of financially supporting 80 million Turks, along with everyone else, on their entry to the EU.

    I spoke to an officer from 2 Royal Tank Regiment – who had to disobey orders to steal his tanks back.

    Another unit which was ‘amalgamated’ in 1993 was the RAOC or Royal Army Ordnance Corps. They were the ones whose job it was to ensure that we had ammunition of course. Their disappearance led to a certain unit I will not mention spending two weeks at Bagram air base looking mean, moody and magnificent – but without any ammunition.

  15. joesigur  July 15, 2012 at 1:03 pm

    Jason, don’t carelessly throw the word jew hater around, only zionists and their mind controlled slaves do that!I,also, noticed if I complain about Russia, no one accuses me of anti-white racism. I think it be you that be paranoid.Why is it that you keep returning to a place you don’t respect or agree with?

    • Gerry  July 15, 2012 at 1:26 pm

      Perhaps he’s a “Self Hating Jew”

    • Jason  July 15, 2012 at 3:17 pm

      not perhaps, Atzmon is definitely a self hating Jew.

    • Charlotte NC Bill  July 15, 2012 at 3:33 pm

      Rather he woke-up to what his people leadership is all about…..Be honest; you only like your own people and those goy that kiss your filthy lying, murdering, terrorizing, manipulating, land-stealing ass..

    • Jason  July 15, 2012 at 3:38 pm

      When you grow up, what do you want to be?

    • Charlotte NC Bill  July 16, 2012 at 2:09 am

      Go to Hell Jason, your father’s waiting for you..

    • Jason  July 16, 2012 at 8:22 am

      There are two types of people in this world…

      and you aren’t one of them.

    • Jim W. Dean  July 15, 2012 at 3:52 pm

      I have him on video as to why. It was Lebanon One. Four hundred thousand Israelis protested in the streets. No one dared call them self hating Jews. These Neo-N words that the hasbara folks overuse are just part of the scam to make us all Palestinians.

      Using them is also a cheap bully tactic…and never an argument, which means he has a large list of website to trowel. We have sources within the hasbara crowd, even the ADL. We get the new ‘how we are going to stick it to them emails’ when everything else does.

    • Jason  July 15, 2012 at 3:56 pm

      What’s the hardest concept for an anti-Semite to understand?

      Israel exists.

      And Atzmon is inconsequential. I mean, how can anyone take seriously the comments of a Holocaust denying anti-Semite?

    • The Rahnameh  July 15, 2012 at 4:20 pm

      Jason, which words specifically?

    • cascadedavid  July 15, 2012 at 6:26 pm

      Tons of respect here for Gilad and others who have made a sacrifice (sic) to speak out and tell the world what they see happening! Only an idiot wouldn’t be able to grasp that the reactions that they get says it all…

    • Gerry  July 17, 2012 at 4:26 pm

      Jason, Israel exists for one reason. It is a Rothschild created Frankenstein that is destined to fulfill the biblical prophecy of Armageddon. It with all it’s inhabitants is to be crushed to the ground and cleansed in fire so like the Phoenix Rising the NWO can rebuild the Temple on the ashes of the Dome of the Rock and rule the world from it in the name of Lucifer.

    • The Cyclic Cross at Hendaye  July 15, 2012 at 9:20 pm

      We have already declared & claimed Gilad Atzmon as an honorary American,

      an honorable honorary American

    • The Cyclic Cross at Hendaye  July 15, 2012 at 10:18 pm

      jason, u r so right, i agree completely,

      Brother Nathanael Kapner is a cool dude, spot on,
      at least we agree on something!!!

    • Gerry  July 17, 2012 at 6:02 am

      As Bro Nathan would tell you; What do Jews call other Jews who believe Jesus was the Messiah? CHRISTIANS!

      If there is one thing that virtually all the Abrahamic offshoots have in common it’s intolerance!

  16. Jason  July 15, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    In the world according to Gordon Duff the only good people in this world are paranoid Jew hating, homophobic anarchists….

    • Excalibur  July 15, 2012 at 12:59 pm

      Jason – thanks to the invention of the internet – the net is now closing in on the international political, financial and media crime syndicate that corrupts our world. It only takes a few switched-on and morally honest individuals to make proper investigations that have no false parameters and no carefully engineered ‘no-go’ areas of debate.

      Eventually the details will seep out to all – even to the cowards who are afraid to act or complain in case it affects their job or status. The next stage is global skepticism at ANY policy or announcement by the syndicate. Then will come their public exposure – and removal.

      Israelis and jews are well represented in this nest of vipers. Global events mimic exactly what many have always suspected and clearly predicted. Any fair-minded observer would have to be blinkered, bias or psychologically programmed not to see it.

    • Excalibur  July 15, 2012 at 2:16 pm

      Notice also, Jason, the respect and rightful praise given to Gilad Atzmon and other jewish people who have the courage and honesty to denounce what is bad – and speak up for what is good. VT, Gordon and most of the regulars on this site realise the importance of supporting those Israelis who are beginning to break the mould and expose the monster from within. Such people will be able to speed up the redemption and freeing of our planet.

    • Gordon Duff  July 15, 2012 at 2:50 pm

      we don’t even hate you…but we don’t respect you either

      no…this is a “we win”…..


    • Gerry  July 16, 2012 at 8:16 am

      I don’t think Rice will get the nod because she is too much of a hot potato. But you know in the circles she inhabits this article would be a positive footnote in her resume.

      War Is Peace!

    • The Rahnameh  July 15, 2012 at 4:00 pm

      Gordon’s voting for Mitt Romney?

    • The Cyclic Cross at Hendaye  July 15, 2012 at 9:16 pm

      I’m voting for none of the above, ( actually, none of those so far below)

    • The Cyclic Cross at Hendaye  July 15, 2012 at 9:14 pm

      jason, maybe it will help if you lay off the GMO stuff when preparing Gefilte fish.

      Won’t it suck if the Aliens show up to see their old space kin , the Palestinians ?
      (gonna find out who’s been naughty or nice …..? )

    • Curmudgeon  July 17, 2012 at 6:21 pm

      Just because I’m paranoid, it doesn’t mean someone isn’t out to get me.

  17. Gerry  July 15, 2012 at 11:54 am

    Condolizzard Rice, another homosexual psychopathic murdering thieving America destroying Zionist Hack. I almost got into a another fight the other day with some brain dead straight ticket REPTILACRAT when I straightend out to him for fawning over her and Mitz yesterday. I feel like I’m in the Invasion of the Body Snatchers sometimes.

    When is somebody in Law Enforcement / Military / Politcal Office going to find the HUEVOS to stand up to this small cabal of perverts and save this country? Are these people that powerful? Because if they are we’re friggin doomed 🙁

    • dirtus napus  July 15, 2012 at 2:47 pm

      Hahhahhha, you should see my world. I love the smell of cognitive dissonance in the morning.

      1 out 200 might have a small idea of what is really going on. Even they are far behind putting the ducks in rows correctly. I have friends that are still in military intelligence who just shake their heads in disbelief of what I know. Intelligence is a codified, BULLLSHIT business. Only the top know what they’re going to do next, and they don’t share, and when they do, it’s accompanied by 3 lies to throw off their own resources, lest they even have a chance to figure it out.

      Surprised the FBI can’t ask questions of the NSC members? That’s nothing. It gets worse, much worse.

    • Gerry  July 15, 2012 at 4:52 pm

      Quite familiar with the CD. Intelligent, Educated, In Denial and not the river in Egypt. Even the ones who know your right. Worse are the ones who do know but still think somehow it will all get better. Fair weather patriots!

    • DaveE  July 16, 2012 at 6:56 am

      CD is certainly big part of it, for many, but there also seem to be a LOT of perps who have read and studied The Protocols and know EXACTLY what they’re doing, no accident or denial involved.

      I’d put Rice and company in this second category.

  18. Allesandro  July 15, 2012 at 11:47 am

    Every time we turn around there is another Jew/Israeli/Dual Citizen US, that received “Upper-Level” Security Clearances, and every time they have betrayed the United States on Israel’s behalf. It has cost the USA Trillions and in some cases risked the security of every person living in the US.

    These scumbags are “Dual-Citizens” , put Israel and money and power ahead of US interests, and sold us out on multiple occasions, why are they still alive?

    This has been / is treason, and they all should pay for it. But why is it treated so gingerly?

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