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John Loftus

June 26, 2009

Every once in a while John Loftus is strangely cited as a credible source by people who should know better.

Here are a few leads on John Loftus:

He’s on the B’nai B’rith lecture circuit and a former president of a Holocaust Museum:

http://bnaibrith.org/lbureau/loftus_john.cfm

He’s an author of a conspiracy tract titled The Secret War Against the Jews which contains an apologia for convicted spy for ‘Israel,’ Jonathan Pollard. The book also contains an apologia for the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty. Read a few critiques of Loftus’ nonsense from men who were aboard the USS Liberty when it was attacked by the Israeli military here:

http://tiny.cc/sReoV

John Loftus is an author of a book titled, Unholy Trinity which regurgitates black legends of a Vatican-Nazi conspiracy.

http://www.amazon.com/Unholy-Trinity-Vatican-Nazis-Swiss/dp/031218199X

He’s president of an outfit called “Intelligence Summit” (working with ‘former’ CIA and Mossad agents) the objective of which is to conform all branches of government and law enforcement at every level with the Zionist/Holocaustolatry agenda. From its mission statement:

The International Intelligence Summit™ initally was founded as a fully authorized program of the International Holocaust Education Center (IHEC) …

Originally incorporated as the International Holocaust Education Center, after 9/11 IHEC rapidly expanded its educational mission from fighting racism to fighting terrorism, and is now known as the Intelligence and Homeland Security Education Center.

http://www.intelligencesummit.org/

In 2004 Loftus headed a similar organization, “Intelcon.” From its mission statement:

Intelligence today embraces more than the civilian and military agencies of the federal intelligence community. In this age of terrorism, it is critically important for state and local law enforcement to know how and where to obtain intelligence, and to whom it should be forwarded. Corporate and private-sector intelligence managers face new and diverse challenges, from defending against economic espionage to creating new technology to meet intelligence’s future needs.

Many members of the press (and even a few members of Congress) lack the depth of knowledge in intelligence which is necessary to deal with, and resolve, its complex issues. The same is true for non-governmental organizations, the academic community, media, and ethnic and religious organizations. All of these diverse components of the intelligence domain will come together at INTELCON.

http://web.archive.org/web/20050828084756/http://www.fbcinc.com/intelcon/

Before it was removed from the web, Loftus’ bio at his website contained this claim:

“As a young U.S. Army officer, John Loftus helped train Israelis on a covert operation that turned the tide of battle in the 1973 Yom Kippur War.”

archived here:

http://web.archive.org/web/20071205025640/http://www.john-loftus.com/bio.asp

John Loftus sticks to his claim that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq prior to the attack on that nation, even at this late hour, because he was one of the most ambitious agitators for the attack on Iraq. The WMD’s claim is only one of a myriad of entirely unsubstantiated claims about Iraq that he made on a nightly basis on the super-Zionist Batchelor and Alexander show on ABC radio circa 2002-2003. This guy is a bona fide Zionist disinformation agent of the most extreme bent. He’s been angling for an attack on Iran since 2004. Beware.

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John Loftus

June 26, 2009

Every once in a while John Loftus is strangely cited as a credible source by people who should know better.

Here are a few leads on John Loftus:

He’s on the B’nai B’rith lecture circuit and a former president of a Holocaust Museum:

http://bnaibrith.org/lbureau/loftus_john.cfm

He’s an author of a conspiracy tract titled The Secret War Against the Jews which contains an apologia for convicted spy for ‘Israel,’ Jonathan Pollard. The book also contains an apologia for the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty. Read a few critiques of Loftus’ nonsense from men who were aboard the USS Liberty when it was attacked by the Israeli military here:

http://tiny.cc/sReoV

John Loftus is an author of a book titled, Unholy Trinity which regurgitates black legends of a Vatican-Nazi conspiracy.

http://www.amazon.com/Unholy-Trinity-Vatican-Nazis-Swiss/dp/031218199X

He’s president of an outfit called “Intelligence Summit” (working with ‘former’ CIA and Mossad agents) the objective of which is to conform all branches of government and law enforcement at every level with the Zionist/Holocaustolatry agenda. From its mission statement:

The International Intelligence Summit™ initally was founded as a fully authorized program of the International Holocaust Education Center (IHEC) …

Originally incorporated as the International Holocaust Education Center, after 9/11 IHEC rapidly expanded its educational mission from fighting racism to fighting terrorism, and is now known as the Intelligence and Homeland Security Education Center.

http://www.intelligencesummit.org/

In 2004 Loftus headed a similar organization, “Intelcon.” From its mission statement:

Intelligence today embraces more than the civilian and military agencies of the federal intelligence community. In this age of terrorism, it is critically important for state and local law enforcement to know how and where to obtain intelligence, and to whom it should be forwarded. Corporate and private-sector intelligence managers face new and diverse challenges, from defending against economic espionage to creating new technology to meet intelligence’s future needs.

Many members of the press (and even a few members of Congress) lack the depth of knowledge in intelligence which is necessary to deal with, and resolve, its complex issues. The same is true for non-governmental organizations, the academic community, media, and ethnic and religious organizations. All of these diverse components of the intelligence domain will come together at INTELCON.

http://web.archive.org/web/20050828084756/http://www.fbcinc.com/intelcon/

Before it was removed from the web, Loftus’ bio at his website contained this claim:

“As a young U.S. Army officer, John Loftus helped train Israelis on a covert operation that turned the tide of battle in the 1973 Yom Kippur War.”

archived here:

http://web.archive.org/web/20071205025640/http://www.john-loftus.com/bio.asp

John Loftus sticks to his claim that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq prior to the attack on that nation, even at this late hour, because he was one of the most ambitious agitators for the attack on Iraq. The WMD’s claim is only one of a myriad of entirely unsubstantiated claims about Iraq that he made on a nightly basis on the super-Zionist Batchelor and Alexander show on ABC radio circa 2002-2003. This guy is a bona fide Zionist disinformation agent of the most extreme bent. He’s been angling for an attack on Iran since 2004. Beware.

First Things Speaks to the Kashrut-Katholic Golem

June 5, 2008

Wolf in priest’s clothing, Richard John Neuhaus is founder of the Kosher-Katholic rag, First Things whose stated purpose is “to advance a religiously informed public philosophy for the ordering of society.” While Neuhaus’ mission statement doesn’t say which religion the philosophy he is attempting to reorder society around derives from, it is not difficult to ascertain–it’s rabbinic Judaism. We know this because Neuhaus has peddled hair-splitting pilpul intended to confuse rabbinic “premptive” destruction halacha with Catholic just war doctrine. “Preemptive” destruction is perfectly Catholic as long as you call it “defense” rather than “preemptive war” according to John Neuhaus. I am reminded of how the rabbis called the indiscriminate destruction of the defenseless nation of Lebanon by the Israeli military an act of “defense” and how this applies to the Palestinian territories on a day to day basis.

Thanks to Richard John Neuhaus we now live in a United States that has been reordered around rabbinic “preemptive” destruction ideology among many other rabbinic absurdities in absolute opposition to Christian principles. Neuhaus did not bring about this transformation alone, of course. Podhorwitz, Krystol, Krauthammer and others played key roles, but what makes Neuhaus, his pal Skull and Bones Bill Buckley and Michael Novak so pernicious is that they neutralized what should have been the major opposition group to the rabbinic “preemptive war” zeitgeist–Catholics–and they accomplished this even while the Judaized Vatican mouthed opposition to a war on Iraq. But far beyond simply neutralizing Catholics during the run up to the destruction of Iraq, Neuhaus and friends seem to have transformed Catholics into a golem which does the will of the rabbis in nearly all matters without even being payed for it like Neuhaus is.

This is a remarkable feat of human alchemy. Neuhaus must have been a sorcerer’s apprentice under his old friend, Vatican II change-agent Rabbi Abraham Heschel, a Kabbalist who was invited to participate in the writing of the Vatican II document Nostra Aetate who at that very time confided to his fellow “Jews” regarding Christians, “I want to attack their souls.”

see:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/12/vatican-ii-kabbalist-sage-rabbi-abraham.html

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/kabbalist-vatican-ii-civil-rights.html

Behold the latest First Things tripe offered for the intellectual edification of the Kashrut-Katholic Golem:

Zionism for Christians

by David Shushon

Copyright (c) 2008 First Things (June/July 2008).

Israel always matters. Biblical scholars have devoted endless pages to ancient Israel as a religious idea, and pundits have penned endless newspaper columns about modern Israel as a geopolitical entity. The deeper implications, however, have received less attention than they deserve in recent years, overshadowed by the exigencies of Middle Eastern politics. Indeed, real questions remain: What does the sheer ­existence of the modern state of Israel mean for theology—particularly for Christian theology? And what does that theology mean for the continuing existence of Israel?

“Hardly anybody will dispute that the foundation of this state had something to do with the biblical prophecy,” Christoph Cardinal Schönborn said in 1996, “even if that something is hard to define.” At ­present, the major Christian denominations are kindly disposed toward Judaism, and many Christians—­especially American evangelicals—strongly support the State of Israel …

Full article:

http://www.firstthings.com/article.php3?id_article=6227

First Things Speaks to the Kashrut-Katholic Golem

June 5, 2008

Wolf in priest’s clothing, Richard John Neuhaus is founder of the Kosher-Katholic rag, First Things whose stated purpose is “to advance a religiously informed public philosophy for the ordering of society.” While Neuhaus’ mission statement doesn’t say which religion the philosophy he is attempting to reorder society around derives from, that’s not difficult to ascertain–it’s rabbinic Judaism. We know this because Neuhaus has peddled hair-splitting pilpul intended to confuse rabbinic “premptive” destruction halacha with Catholic just war doctrine. “Preemptive” destruction is perfectly Catholic as long as you call it “defense” rather than “preemptive war” according to John Neuhaus. I am reminded of how the rabbis called the indiscriminate destruction of the defenseless nation of Lebanon by the Israeli military an act of “defense” and how this applies to the Palestinian territories on a day to day basis.

Thanks to Richard John Neuhaus we now live in a United States that has been reordered around rabbinic “preemptive” destruction ideology among many other rabbinic absurdities in absolute opposition to Christian principles. Neuhaus did not bring about this transformation alone, of course. Podhorwitz, Krystol, Krauthammer and others played key roles, but what makes Neuhaus, his pal Skull and Bones Bill Buckley and Michael Novak so pernicious is that they neutralized what should have been the major opposition group to the rabbinic “preemptive war” zeitgeist–Catholics–and they accomplished this even while the Judaized Vatican mouthed opposition to a war on Iraq. But far beyond simply neutralizing Catholics during the run up to the destruction of Iraq, Neuhaus and friends seem to have transformed Catholics into a golem which does the will of the rabbis in nearly all matters without even being payed for it like Neuhaus is.

This is a remarkable feat of human alchemy. Neuhaus must have been a sorcerer’s apprentice under his old friend, Vatican II change-agent Rabbi Abraham Heschel, a Kabbalist who was invited to participate in the writing of the Vatican II document Nostra Aetate who at that very time confided to his fellow “Jews” regarding Christians, “I want to attack their souls.”

see:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/12/vatican-ii-kabbalist-sage-rabbi-abraham.html

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/kabbalist-vatican-ii-civil-rights.html

Behold the latest First Things tripe offered for the intellectual edification of the Kashrut-Katholic Golem:

Zionism for Christians

by David Shushon

Copyright (c) 2008 First Things (June/July 2008).

Israel always matters. Biblical scholars have devoted endless pages to ancient Israel as a religious idea, and pundits have penned endless newspaper columns about modern Israel as a geopolitical entity. The deeper implications, however, have received less attention than they deserve in recent years, overshadowed by the exigencies of Middle Eastern politics. Indeed, real questions remain: What does the sheer ­existence of the modern state of Israel mean for theology—particularly for Christian theology? And what does that theology mean for the continuing existence of Israel?

“Hardly anybody will dispute that the foundation of this state had something to do with the biblical prophecy,” Christoph Cardinal Schönborn said in 1996, “even if that something is hard to define.” At ­present, the major Christian denominations are kindly disposed toward Judaism, and many Christians—­especially American evangelicals—strongly support the State of Israel …

Full article:

http://www.firstthings.com/article.php3?id_article=6227

Chaldean bishop says U.S. accountable for death of Iraqi archbishop

March 14, 2008

The instability which the psychotic, Zionist Iraq war architect, Michael Ledeen sought to bring to the Middle East has been realized. And as usual, Christians suffer the consequences of yet another Zionist scheme. Naturally, the “trad” golem is calling for wholesale slaughter of the Muslims who lived alongside Christians peacefully in Iraq before the Zionists launched their war on Purim in 2003.

Chaldean bishop says U.S. accountable for death of Iraqi archbishop

By Joe Kohn -Catholic News Service

Mar-13-2008

DETROIT (CNS) — A Chaldean Catholic bishop said the United States must be held accountable for the death of Chaldean Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rahho of Mosul, Iraq.

Bishop Ibrahim N. Ibrahim of the Eparchy of St. Thomas the Apostle, based in Southfield, Mich., said that particularly the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush is responsible for the terrorism and killing of Christians in Iraq. He said the administration is ignoring the problem.

“No one is defending us,” he said March 13, the day the archbishop’s body was recovered after kidnappers said where they had buried him. “They are killing Christians because they are Christians.”

Bishop Ibrahim said the Feb. 29 kidnapping and subsequent death of the archbishop threw into question the destiny of Christians in Iraq. Three of the archbishop’s companions were killed in the kidnapping.

“We know that before the invasion of the Americans in Iraq, (terrorism) was no such a thing,” Bishop Ibrahim said. “Christians and Muslims were living together, exactly like brothers and sisters, and that’s it. But since the invasion, everything changes.”

“Somebody has to be responsible,” the bishop said. “Since the Americans are occupying Iraq, they have the responsibility of the security of every Iraqi, and in the first place minorities. I am not saying the Christians only — but they are doing nothing for them.”

He said many Iraqis living in Michigan knew Archbishop Rahho.

“We are from Mosul, all of us,” Bishop Ibrahim said.

“He was believing in the fraternity of all humankind,” Bishop Ibrahim said of Archbishop Rahho. “He was preaching the forgiveness for everyone. He was preaching to take care of each other, without regards to the faith or the name or the gender.”

Bishop Ibrahim said Archbishop Rahho spent his whole life in Mosul and was close to Catholics.

“He was very close to his flock, very close, especially to those who were marginalized — poor people, handicapped people,” he said. “He was very good with the Muslims.”

He said the Chaldean Catholic community has planned a March 14 memorial service for Archbishop Rahho at Mother of God Chaldean Catholic Church in Southfield.

The news that the archbishop was killed could force Iraqi Christians underground, said Iraqi Christians in Need, a British-based charity aiding Christian Iraqis.

Suha Rassam, spokeswoman for the charity, said, “The only way for the church in the Mosul area to survive might be if it goes underground, like it did in the first and second centuries. This way, Mass and other services would be held in secret, and priests go about their duties clandestinely.”

In a March 13 statement, Rassam said an underground church is not a “situation anyone would want, but the Christian population is living each day in terror of being kidnapped or murdered.”

“When the church is facing persecution of this magnitude, then desperate measures might have to be taken,” he said.

“Over the last eight months, attacks on Christians have been escalating,” he said. “In June Father Ragheed Aziz Ganni and three deacons were murdered, two priests were kidnapped in October, and in January four churches and a convent were bombed.”

Chaldean Auxiliary Bishop Andraos Abouna of Baghdad told Aid to the Church in Need March 13: “We are all very sad. Archbishop Rahho was a peaceful man. What we need now is prayer for his soul.”

John Pontifex, London-based media officer of the Catholic charity that helps persecuted Christians, said that “firsthand reports given by bishops, priests and laypeople” show that “Christians are now terrified, and this sad news will simply speed up the rate of emigration, which in turn could cause Christianity to be extinguished from the country.”

“The martyrdom of Archbishop Rahho will send out the clearest possible signal yet that no Christian is safe in Iraq,” he said.

http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/0801432.htm

Also see:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/12/iraq-judaic-conquest.html

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/09/esther-purim-and-war-in-middle-east.html

Chaldean bishop says U.S. accountable for death of Iraqi archbishop

March 14, 2008

The instability which the psychotic, Zionist Iraq war architect, Michael Ledeen sought to bring to the Middle East has been realized. And as usual, Christians suffer the consequences of yet another Zionist scheme. Naturally, the “trad” golem is calling for wholesale slaughter of the Muslims who lived alongside Christians peacefully in Iraq before the Zionists launched their war on Purim in 2003.

Chaldean bishop says U.S. accountable for death of Iraqi archbishop

By Joe Kohn -Catholic News Service

Mar-13-2008

DETROIT (CNS) — A Chaldean Catholic bishop said the United States must be held accountable for the death of Chaldean Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rahho of Mosul, Iraq.

Bishop Ibrahim N. Ibrahim of the Eparchy of St. Thomas the Apostle, based in Southfield, Mich., said that particularly the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush is responsible for the terrorism and killing of Christians in Iraq. He said the administration is ignoring the problem.

“No one is defending us,” he said March 13, the day the archbishop’s body was recovered after kidnappers said where they had buried him. “They are killing Christians because they are Christians.”

Bishop Ibrahim said the Feb. 29 kidnapping and subsequent death of the archbishop threw into question the destiny of Christians in Iraq. Three of the archbishop’s companions were killed in the kidnapping.

“We know that before the invasion of the Americans in Iraq, (terrorism) was no such a thing,” Bishop Ibrahim said. “Christians and Muslims were living together, exactly like brothers and sisters, and that’s it. But since the invasion, everything changes.”

“Somebody has to be responsible,” the bishop said. “Since the Americans are occupying Iraq, they have the responsibility of the security of every Iraqi, and in the first place minorities. I am not saying the Christians only — but they are doing nothing for them.”

He said many Iraqis living in Michigan knew Archbishop Rahho.

“We are from Mosul, all of us,” Bishop Ibrahim said.

“He was believing in the fraternity of all humankind,” Bishop Ibrahim said of Archbishop Rahho. “He was preaching the forgiveness for everyone. He was preaching to take care of each other, without regards to the faith or the name or the gender.”

Bishop Ibrahim said Archbishop Rahho spent his whole life in Mosul and was close to Catholics.

“He was very close to his flock, very close, especially to those who were marginalized — poor people, handicapped people,” he said. “He was very good with the Muslims.”

He said the Chaldean Catholic community has planned a March 14 memorial service for Archbishop Rahho at Mother of God Chaldean Catholic Church in Southfield.

The news that the archbishop was killed could force Iraqi Christians underground, said Iraqi Christians in Need, a British-based charity aiding Christian Iraqis.

Suha Rassam, spokeswoman for the charity, said, “The only way for the church in the Mosul area to survive might be if it goes underground, like it did in the first and second centuries. This way, Mass and other services would be held in secret, and priests go about their duties clandestinely.”

In a March 13 statement, Rassam said an underground church is not a “situation anyone would want, but the Christian population is living each day in terror of being kidnapped or murdered.”

“When the church is facing persecution of this magnitude, then desperate measures might have to be taken,” he said.

“Over the last eight months, attacks on Christians have been escalating,” he said. “In June Father Ragheed Aziz Ganni and three deacons were murdered, two priests were kidnapped in October, and in January four churches and a convent were bombed.”

Chaldean Auxiliary Bishop Andraos Abouna of Baghdad told Aid to the Church in Need March 13: “We are all very sad. Archbishop Rahho was a peaceful man. What we need now is prayer for his soul.”

John Pontifex, London-based media officer of the Catholic charity that helps persecuted Christians, said that “firsthand reports given by bishops, priests and laypeople” show that “Christians are now terrified, and this sad news will simply speed up the rate of emigration, which in turn could cause Christianity to be extinguished from the country.”

“The martyrdom of Archbishop Rahho will send out the clearest possible signal yet that no Christian is safe in Iraq,” he said.

http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/0801432.htm

Also see:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/12/iraq-judaic-conquest.html

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/09/esther-purim-and-war-in-middle-east.html

Israeli Chief Rabbi Thanks Bush for War On Iraq

January 11, 2008

See who benefits from “The Decider’s” decisions:

Chief rabbi thanks Bush for ‘war against Iraq’

By MATTHEW WAGNER, Jerusalem Post

Jan 10, 2008

During a short verbal exchange Wednesday at the Ben-Gurion Airport Terminal, Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi Yona Metzger thanked President George W. Bush for the US’s military intervention in Iraq.

“I want to thank you for your support of Israel and in particular for waging a war against Iraq,” Metzger told Bush, according to the chief rabbi’s spokesman.

Bush reportedly answered that the chief rabbi’s words “warmed his heart” …

… Metzger was chosen as one of the 12 most influential religious figures in the world for a CBS documentary called In God’s Name that appeared at the end of December …

Full article:

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1198517338408&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Read about warmongering “elder brother,” Rabbi Yona Metzger’s meeting with JPII here:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/11/heartwarming-elder-brother-tale.html

and his warmongering sermon preached from the Vatican pulpit here:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/01/editors-note-just-two-decades-ago.html

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Israeli Chief Rabbi Thanks Bush for War On Iraq

January 11, 2008

See who benefits from “The Decider’s” decisions:

Chief rabbi thanks Bush for ‘war against Iraq’

By MATTHEW WAGNER, Jerusalem Post

Jan 10, 2008

During a short verbal exchange Wednesday at the Ben-Gurion Airport Terminal, Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi Yona Metzger thanked President George W. Bush for the US’s military intervention in Iraq.

“I want to thank you for your support of Israel and in particular for waging a war against Iraq,” Metzger told Bush, according to the chief rabbi’s spokesman.

Bush reportedly answered that the chief rabbi’s words “warmed his heart” …

… Metzger was chosen as one of the 12 most influential religious figures in the world for a CBS documentary called In God’s Name that appeared at the end of December …

Full article:

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1198517338408&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Read about warmongering “elder brother,” Rabbi Yona Metzger’s meeting with JPII here:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/11/heartwarming-elder-brother-tale.html

and his warmongering sermon preached from the Vatican pulpit here:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/01/editors-note-just-two-decades-ago.html

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