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Correction: A news item in our last issue, regarding the Pentagon-assisted theft of many tons of weapons destined for Iraq, erroneously identified those weapons as having been purchased from Eastern Europe. In fact, those Soviet AK-47 assault rifles and other guns were seized by U.S. forces, apparently during their operations in Yugoslavia during the 1990s. It seems the Soviet Russians weren't happy about their guns being captured, and so they managed to have their agent Viktor Bout repossess the stockpile at U.S. taxpayer expense, forked out by the Defense Department. Apparently no one's checking, but it's likely a lot of those guns are now being used against American soldiers in Iraq.
The error has been corrected in our archived newsletter.
The reason I made the mistake was that the U.S. military has had a policy for years of purchasing AK-47s from Communist Poland to supply the Communist/Baathist-dominated Iraqi army (thus feeding the Communist trough at both ends, at American expense), and I had assumed this was just another example. But, of course, paying the Soviet Russians to steal back their own guns is even worse than paying Poland for new ones. So is the coverup; the Pentagon knew about Viktor Bout, but intervened behind the scenes to prevent law enforcement from catching him, and the New York Times is now reporting the scandal of the missing weapons without even mentioning Viktor Bout's name or giving any hint of Russian involvement in the sordid affair.
Bi-Weekly Newsletter of Judaic Theocracy
Week of 19 Elul, 5767 / September 2, 2007
Editor: Boruch (Bryan) Ellison
"Issues of World War III" Survey
"What should the U.S. do about the Pakistani government of Pervez Musharraf?" Consistently, Americans seem confused or uninformed about events in other parts of the world. Since the great majority of our readers, as far as we can tell, are Americans, this type of question typically brings fewer and less certain answers. This was no exception. Readers who responded were divided pretty much down the middle between supporting and opposing the Musharraf government. And comments were too short and limited to add much insight, so we'll skip them this week.
Communist revolutionaries were the driving force behind the movement for India's independence from its colonial protector, England (see our April 23, 2006 issue). Thus when the British withdrew and allowed India to become a republic in 1947, the Communists had high hopes for turning the nation into another Soviet-style "people's republic."
There certainly was some chaos, and the country split into India and Pakistan, both under heavy Communist influence. But the plunge into full revolution never took place, and gradually the rapid population growth of both nations edged them steadily into capitalist development. The opportunity for revolution was closing.
So the Communists turned to dialectics, the art of instigating class, race, or religious warfare to divide and conquer. As soon as the Soviet Union and Red China were orchestrating a phony "split" between themselves in the early 1960s, they directed their trap to the Indian subcontinent. The Soviets befriended India, providing military arms and other carefully controlled assistance tied to the promotion of Communist agents within the Indian government, while Red China did the same with Pakistan. Tension and eventually war were fomented between Hindu-majority India and Muslim Pakistan, with the intent of destabilizing both governments and stoking the fires of internal revolution.
The Red Chinese tentacles in Pakistan not only provided the nation's nuclear capability and took over many of its construction projects and economic infrastructure, but also recruited and promoted agents within the Pakistani government and system. And Red Chinese influence nurtured a growing revolutionary network aimed at overthrowing the government.
I personally witnessed the pervasive Red Chinese presence during a 1993 trip to Pakistan. During the couple of days I was there, and indeed during the one hour or so I had as free time (I was participating in a scientific conference), I stood in front of the hotel in which I was staying only to observe a small van drive up. Out scrambled several tense, grim-looking Chinese men in business suits, quickly and obediently standing in formation to receive their orders from their Communist leader (and to ensure none could defect while others weren't looking). It's apparently a common sight in that country.
Subversion and instability would have destroyed Pakistan decades ago had it not been for the military. Periodically, whenever the nation has been in serious danger of revolution, military officers overthrow the government and restore order for a while.
That's precisely what Muhammad Zia ul-Haq did in 1977. A U.S.-trained general who had helped fight the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in Jordan, Zia toppled the pro-Communist government of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and his Pakistan People's Party (PPP). Bhutto, who was recruited into the Marxist Left while a political science student at the University of California, Berkeley, and who was also trained at the Fabian Socialist-controlled Oxford University, had been close with both the Soviet and Red Chinese regimes, ruined Pakistan's economy with socialist measures, and fomented hatred and war with India; his PPP was explicitly Socialist in ideology, operating under the Marxist-Leninist slogan, "All power to the people."
Zia reversed much of the damage, aligning Pakistan with the United States and even secretly working together with Israeli intelligence in fighting Soviet forces in neighboring Afghanistan after 1979. The Communists were furious, and worked hard to overthrow Zia's government. Libyan agents were caught assisting Bhutto's PPP, newly Communist Iran began fomenting revolution under Shiite cover inside Pakistan, Communist Afghan intelligence carried out a campaign of terrorism in Pakistan, and the Soviets militarily backed the terrorist group Al-Zulfikar and its revolution against Pakistan. Al-Zulfikar was run by the Bhutto family, worked closely with the PLO, and was headquartered in Communist Afghanistan and later in Communist Syria; it employed hijackings, assassinations, and missile firings as techniques of revolution. Eventually Zia died in an air crash, apparently an assassination.
Bhutto's daughter, Benazir Bhutto, ended up as head of the PPP and ultimately served two terms as prime minister during the late 1980s and 1990s. Like her father, Benazir is a radical Leftist trained at Oxford University, and is promoted by the Fabian Socialist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in the United States.
In 1999, another military officer, Pervez Musharraf, again overthrew the Leftist Pakistani government and restored order. He has undermined the PPP grip on power and worked to make peace with India. But unlike his predecessor Zia, he faces a vastly more Communist-infiltrated system and is in a much weaker position to resist Red Chinese influence.
Communist Iran continues to foment revolution in Pakistan's south. Communist Afghanistan covertly assists the "Taliban" revolutionaries in western Pakistan (while pretending to fight them); Soviet Uzbek agents are present in Pakistan's mountainous areas directing the chaos; and well-armed revolutionaries at Islamabad, Pakistan's "Red Mosque" (named for its radical Leftist politics, as indicated by the defiant pouring of red paint during the recent combat with government troops at the Red Mosque compound) are backed by Benazir Bhutto as they stockpile Soviet weapons and openly call for overthrow of the government.
The supply lines to these revolutionaries may come through Red China, which recently completed a massive port facility and likely naval base at Pakistan's Arabian Sea port of Gwadar. Paid for almost entirely by Red China and guarded by Red Chinese troops, the facility is an open door for the shipment of weapons to terrorists throughout Pakistan. It is no coincidence that the region around Gwadar is itself one of the prime areas in the grip of revolutionary chaos.
The pro-Communist, CFR-dominated George Bush Administration has worked steadily to undermine the Musharraf government, and a string of victories by pro-Communist political forces in Pakistan is weakening the general. Sensing an impending crisis, Musharraf briefly considered reimposing martial law to deal with the subversion. But the Bush Administration applied pressure, and he backed off. Now Bush is twisting the screws tighter to force Musharraf to agree to a power-sharing arrangement with the radical Benazir Bhutto. That would be nearly the last step to overthrowing Musharraf, who has already been the target of assassination attempts, and would open the door for Bhutto and her comrades to accelerate the collapse of Pakistan into Communism.
Relevant Torah Principles:
1) Various Torah traditions, based largely on revelations in the books of the Prophets, state that in the final times right before the Messianic Era, the world would find itself drawn into global war under the influence of the "armies of Gog and Magog." This international alliance of evil armies would be led by the nation of Magog, identified in centuries-old Jewish tradition as Russia, under the rulership of a force known as "Gog" the underground revolutionary forces of Amalek, by implication, today manifesting as international Communism.
2) The Talmud (Sanhedrin 97a) further records the prophetic tradition that those armies would succeed, not through their own strength, but rather through infiltration and subversion of existing systems. The spies of the armies of Gog and Magog would become so abundant and successful that the entire ruling structure of all nations would fall under their control, and all opposition would become paralyzed and helpless.
3) The Torah traditions further explain that the powerful grip of the spies would be broken only when people finally realize their predicament, repent, and turn to
Enough U.S. armed forces are now stationed in Afghanistan to overthrow its Communist regime and end its support for revolution in Pakistan, but instead they're under orders to assist that regime and fight endlessly against an undefined enemy in a no-win war. There are also more than enough troops in Iraq to invade and overthrow the Communist regime in Iran, but George Bush will never allow that to happen. The U.S. government could cut off financial aid and economic trade to Red China, which it badly needs to sustain its military mobilization, but Bush is instead working day and night to protect trade with the Reds.
The U.S. government, and both major political parties, are tightly in the hands of enemy infiltrators. So are our local organizations, conservative opposition movements, religious institutions, etc. That means we're in as much danger as Pakistan.
And now for this week's survey question:
|The debate over teaching "intelligent design" in our schools has entered the presidential debate. How should science be taught to children?
(1) Schools should be forced to give equal time to "intelligent design."
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This week: Rabbi Dov-Ber Haskelevich, Part 2
As a prominent advisor to the Communist-front Root & Branch Association (
In that conversation in 2000 in which Haskelevich tried to recruit me into that cult (which he obviously didn't believe in himself), he did indicate to me in passing that a number of other agents were promoting the same "elokist" cause in the community, as he pointed in the direction of the men praying in the main Lubavitch synagogue.
Undoubtedly some of those agents were likewise affiliated with
Since Haskelevich and his
At last check, he continues to spread
Our society is saturated with agents like that, in every corner of religion, the workplace, politics, conservative movements, etc. A person simply cannot wake up to the reality that we are being betrayed, often by the friends and leaders we trust the most, until he is prepared to break with the peer pressure that herds the cattle together for the slaughter.
(Note: The underground Communist apparatus and its aboveground tentacles are actively engaged in subversion in all sectors and institutions of society today. Its agents would dearly love to know the full extent of our information, which would assist their disinformation efforts. Consequently, we do not divulge all our facts or sources. These profiles are intended only as a warning to the wise to monitor the individuals and groups exposed here, and to avoid their influence.)
Eye-Openers in the News
A closer look at recent news reports turns up some revealing gems:
Summary of PLO-related terror attacks these last two weeks, Wednesday (August 22) through Tuesday (September 4):
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Casualty count for these last two weeks (not counting dead & injured terrorists):
(Sources: various Israeli and American news agencies)
Behind the "Al Qaeda" Mask
For lack of space and time, we'll have to postpone part 4 of our special series until our next issue (
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