By Mantiq al-Tayr
“Where else can you see prime ministers and presidents, leaders of congress? The only place that you can see that is here at the AIPAC Policy Conference.”
“You’re gonna feel so good when you see that six months from now you see the three major talking points evolve to three points of legislation for the US government.”
“Mantiq, can how the Conference of Traitors ever be allowed to be boring?! Heaven (and hell) forbid! We are so used to seeing so many of our leaders grovel like the swine they are in front of AIPAC. Please do something.”
1. Highly educated and held very sensitive US government jobs.2. He held a “Q” clearance meaning he had access to tons of shit.3. He was under suspicion for fraud regarding a non-profit he was running.4. He was featured in Mantiq al-Tayr a couple of years ago.5. While working for the US government in highly sensitive positions he also worked for an Israeli aerospace firm and was paid $225,000.And here’s the clincher:6. He is in jail for attempting to spy for Israel. (Oh and it gets worse, with Zionism is always does. Keep reading.) Note to Shas Party members, red highlights are done by guest highlighter Mark Dankof.“In September 2009, Nozette began receiving phone calls from a person claiming to be an agent of Mossad. In reality this was an undercover FBI agent. Nozette expressed a willingness to exchange American intelligence for financial rewards. His first payment was received upon his answers to a list of questions regarding American satellite technology for public access GPS.“The information he claimed he would hand over included classified information. A folder left for this contact in a post office box contained “information classified as both top secret and secret that concerned US satellites, early warning systems, means of defense or retaliation against large-scale attack, communications intelligence information, and major elements of defense strategy.” The United States Department of Justice criminal complaint, however, does not charge that “the government of Israel or anyone acting on its behalf committed any offense under U.S. laws.” 
“The FBI began its investigation into Nozette in 2002 when agents executed a search warrant at his home in a fraud investigation and discovered classified documents in the home. Nozette, who established his own company, ACT, had been under criminal investigation by NASA’s Office of the Inspector General for submitting false billing records to NASA and the Defense Department as part of his government contracting work with ACT.”
“In a series of later meetings with undercover agents, Nozette discussed getting paid by the Israelis and made reference to the aerospace company, allegedly saying, “I thought I was working for you already. I mean that’s what I always thought; [the foreign company] was just a front.”
“Just before his arrest, Nozette told an undercover FBI agent in the October 2009 sting operation the secrets he was passing to Israel had cost the US government between $200m and almost $1bn, according to newly filed court papers in the case.”
“[Prosecutor Anthony] Asuncion said Nozette told the agent he had passed classified information to Israel in the past. Nozette is not charged with doing so.“He told the agent that he had indeed communicated classified information,” Asuncion said. “He had admitted to the agent actual espionage.”“Nozette’s lawyer, John Kiyonaga, said there was no basis for that accusation, and noted the government’s charges don’t contain any such allegations. He also argued the video recordings were misleading because they left out significant parts of a longer conversation.”
“January 30 was just two days after Nozette returned from a three-week trip to India, probably as part of his work on the Chandrayaan-1 moon project. On that very trip, according to court docs in the espionage case, a TSA officer had been careful to search Nozette as he was leaving, and a customs officer to do the same when he returned. They found he brought along two computer thumb drives but did not bring them back to the United States.
“And, yet, overlapping with the period he had Top Secret clearance, Nozette was a paid consultant for an aerospace company owned by the government of Israel, according to the criminal complaint. He answered questions for the firm once a month from November 1998 to January 2008 and was paid $225,000. Haaretz has identified the company as Israel Aerospace Industries, which has reportedly done extensive work with the US military.”
“The FBI searched Nozette’s home and computer and found additional proof of his connection to Israel. He visited here several times, but did not report this ~ as is required by his high security clearance. The FBI confiscated letters he wrote to Israelis, reports he forwarded to the IAI, a map of Israel, photos of assorted places in Israel, a Hebrew-language catalog of archaeological artifacts and other items.”
We are the only ones who can do this. The main stream media is as infested with Israeli poison as is our government. Which brings us to video time. Nice short and to-the-point piece from Russia Today with Grant Smith of the Institute for Research Middle East Policy on some aspects of Israel’s infestation of our media.
THIS VIDEO SHOULD GO VIRAL!