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Governor-General of Iraq a Zionist (english)
27 Mar 2003
Modified: 28 Mar 2003
Iraq will be governed by a Jewish controlled Sabbos Goy. American soldiers are dying so Jews can control the world.
Iraqi Opposition Meets With Zionist Entity
As Washington Sidelines Them, "Democratic" Opposition Seeks Jewish Support

3/27/03 3:48:29 PM
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How soon will Iraq sign peace treaty with Israel?

Ahmed Chalabi

A prominent Iraqi opposition leader has reportedly visited Israel secretly to explore the future Iraqi - Israeli relations after the US led war against Iraq is over and the Iraqi president Saddam Hussein is ousted.

The Israeli daily Yediot Aharanot reported that the leader of the Iraqi National Conference, Ahmed Chalabi, has visited Israel secretly but received cold welcome by the Israeli officials who tried to repulse him during the visit.

“Chalabi visited Israel and met with Israeli officials and other figures. He realized that there were some among them who want to build relations with various Arab groups while other Israeli hard line officials did not show any sign of intentions to deal with Arabs whom they described as will never change.”

Various Iraqi opposition factions rushed to show big interest in building relations with Israel before and after the Anglo American invasion of Iraq. The Iraqi factions’ courting of Israel has been an attempt to placate Washington which is not taking the Iraqi opposition seriously, particularly after the break out of the war and discovering that much of the information conveyed to it by the Iraqi opposition was false.

Chalabi seems to be the most enthusiastic Iraqi opposition figure who wants to have relations with Israel. He told the Italian daily Il Sole last October “post Saddam Iraq will attempt to have normal peaceful relations with its neighbors including Israel.” Despite that Chalabi, dubbed as “Iraq Karzai”, complained of the Israeli negligence towards the Iraqi opposition.

Responding to a question about potential relations with Israel after toppling Saddam, Chalabi said, during a lecture in Washington, “ the Israelis have not shown any intimacy for the Iraqi opposition, so they should not rush to us after we take office.”

On the other hand, the renowned Israeli military analyst, Ze’ev Shiff, who maintains close ties with the Israeli military, has written in the Tel Aviv- based daily Ha’aretz, “this is not accurate as a number of prominent Jews within the right wing in the US carried Chalabi on their shoulders and opened the closed doors in front of him.”

Last December, the Saudi daily Al Riyadh published a detailed report about 16 Iraqis from the opposition, who visited Israel for consultations about sizing up the features of Iraq, after the removal of Saddam. The newspaper cited sources it described as informed as saying that workshops and seminars were arranged for these figures on how to change “a dictatorship regime” into “a democratic one.” The studies were coordinated with research institutes linked to the Jewish lobby in the United States.

Chalabi, 58, is one of the most controversial Iraqi figures. He descends from a rich Shiite family and left Iraq in 1958. He graduated from Harvard University and worked as a lecturer at the American University of Beirut in the seventies. He is married to a Lebanese lady and left Beirut to Amman, which he also left disguised in nomadic costumes following Petra bank scandal. In 1992, Chalabi was sentenced in absentia by a Jordanian court to 22 years in prison with hard labor for bank fraud after the 1990 collapse of Petra Bank, which he had founded in 1977.

He lived in Damascus for sometime before settling in both London and Washington.

During the mid-1990s, he tried to organize an uprising in the Kurdish- controlled northern Iraq. The venture ended in failure with hundreds of deaths. Soon after, the INC was routed from northern Iraq after Saddam's troops overran its base in Arbil. A number of party officials were executed and others - including Chalabi - fled the country.

In 1998, the then US president, Bill Clinton, approved a plan to spend almost $100m to help the Iraqi opposition - principally the INC - to topple Saddam. But only a fraction of the money was ever spent, and the INC subsequently suffered leadership infighting. Th epoor performance of the INC inside Iraq led the Qatari newspaper Al-Watan to write that Chalabi and his movement "are failures and are not even qualified to run a grocery shop".

Despite this, Chalabi has been tipped by some analysts as a possible successor to Saddam Hussein.

But it seems president George Bush has decided to appoint his friend and Israel’s ally, Jay Garner, as governor of Iraq after the war. Garner will in turn appoint three assistants for him and whether he chooses Chalabi as one of them or not, Iraq perhaps will never constitute any threat to Israel after a US victory in the war.

Bush sees Garner as the most relevant person for a post-Saddam era. The most important reason is his proven efficiency in stabilizing the Kurdish areas in northern Iraq, following the first Gulf war. As Bush sees, Garner is also well informed of the ethnic differences in Iraq more than any other American official is.

The retired general, a close friend of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, has visited Israel on a trip paid for by a right-wing group that strongly backs an American military presence in the Middle East.

Lieutenant-General Jay Garner, 64, the coordinator for civilian administration in Iraq, put his name in October 2000 to a statement blaming Palestinians for the outbreak of Israeli-Palestinian violence and saying that a strong Israel was an important security asset to the United States.

The statement was sponsored by the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (Jinsa) which pays for retired US military officers to visit Israel for security briefings by Israeli officials and politicians. Richard Perle, one of the architects of the US invasion of Iraq, is a member of the institute’s board of advisors, as was Vice President Dick Cheney before he took office in 2001.

Being the head of reconstruction and humanitarian section at the Pentagon, Garner will oversee food and drug distribution operations in Iraq as soon as Saddam is ousted. This is in addition to ensuring the Iraqi oil flow to the west and elimination of all Saddam’s ruling Baath party supporters. This, according to observers, will make a hero out of Garner.

For her part, the Bush administration security advisor, Condoleezza Rice, and other officials pointed out that Garner would pave the way for a transitional administration in Iraq.

Upon taking office, Garner will divide the country into three parts assigning three American civilian rulers who will report to him. He will also appoint three assistants who will be responsible for reconstruction, humanitarian aids and civil affairs. Barbara Bodine, former US ambassador to Yemen has reportedly been nominated for one of these post.

Meanwhile, many American politicians express their concerns about this arrangement because of Garner’s strong ties with Israel, which according to them, disqualifies him from becoming governor of Iraq after the war.

With Garner and maybe Chalabi, Israel seems to be the most benefiting nation from the war as all statements issued by the Bush administration officials indicate that the map of the whole region will be redrawn in a way that would allow putting an end to the Arab Israeli conflict. As usual, the Arabs will pay the price… (

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Balcks and Jews (english)
28 Mar 2003
Why do Powell and Rice push for war? Simple, Its about destroying Americas power. The military hierarchy, which runs this country, is dominated by white men and the only way to destroy that hierarchy is to remove the mythical image of Americas might. The Black Cabal in Washington is hoping for the war to discredit the American military in the eyes of the people thereby facilitating the destruction of the USA as we know it.
Powell knew that the UN would not support the war that’s why he forced Bush to put the resolution to UN vote. He wanted to isolate America so that no one would come to our aid during the war and that we would remain isolated. It was rice who pushed for only sending 300,000 troops a force to small to take out Saddams army. The black cabal along with Zionists was feeding wrong info to the generals in Washington with the intention of forcing the USA to make decisions that would lead to defeat.

Its time for real African Americans who are loyal to this country to fight against there evil leaders who will kill 100000s of Iraqis and Americans for Black power!! . The Jews had managed to suppress all criticism of there world domination for 50years since the holocaust but now once again the world is not afraid to stand up to the Jews. Across the globe we can see newspapers that once again address the Jewish question. Its time now to break the chains of silence about how a small group of black leaders are attempting to co-opt this country for there own reason. For to long now they have yelled racist when true liberals have questioned any of their plans.

No war on Iraq for Black Power!
No war on Iraq for Israel!
No war for oil!
Break your chains!