Friday 30 November 2012


Here, dear reader, we have another case of "Jewish Inversion" where Jews literally "flip the script" as we have seen so many times in the past. Well, actually, these folks flip it at us every time they open their mouths.

All of the Satanic evil coming to light currently has been very efficiently kept concealed for probably at least a hundred years in the USA. Yes, now is the time of culmination and people are waking up to the web of evil over this world, but the USA and really every country for the last few hundred years at least, do not operate in anything that could be called "justice" or the "rule of law."

This blog is full of information on satanism and blood rituals and child abuse, just enter the topic of your choice in the Google to the right and see just how much comes up. Satanic handsigns is a good start. But back to this story of evil within Judaism itself. 

Never forget that the Talmud makes these things legitimate for those who are so inclined. They do not feel they commit any crimes with their behaviour because they believe that they are "the Messiah". 

Everything is a big blackmail, extortion and bribery grid. Sexually pervert criminal acts are encouraged because they are one of the main tools to get people under blackmail control. The Republican Party people in the USA seem to be big partakers of the evil but the truth is the evil and the grid encompasses all political parties and all religions.

November 30, 2012

Organized international pedophile rings have been and continue to be exposed by journalists and bloggers like aangirfan. The disgusting and deplorable case of Jimmy Savile and his depraved behavior has caused a major stir in the United Kingdom in the past few months for example.

In almost all cases, these pedophile rings extend to the highest levels of government, police, military and security organizations, the media, religious institutions, and other well-to-do members of society.

In almost all cases that are uncovered, the victims are demonized or dismissed, not taken seriously, or accused of embellishing or fabricating their claims of abuse, and the entire affair is swept under the rug, never to be discussed openly again. Nothing to see here guys, these kids are crazy, no need for an investigation or arrests.

Or, select individuals are prosecuted, and the wider pedophile operation is covered up, as in the case of Jerry Sandusky and Penn State. A designated fall guy is paraded in front of the cameras, reassuring the gullible public that “Justice has been served” and “This horrible episode is over with, finally.”

The Jewish-owned mainstream media constantly highlights instances of child abuse in the Catholic church, but almost never mentions or reports instances of child abuse and molestation in the Jewish community.

Jewish media outlets, written by and for the Jewish community, do report on these cases. One such example was found today over at the Jewish magazine Tablet in an article titled, “Panic in Jerusalem: Parents in a tight-knit neighborhood believe a pedophile ring is terrorizing children. What if it doesn’t exist?” (Also, check out "Nachlaot, where pedophiles roam free," The Times of Israel)

I’d like to present some excerpts of this article, and see where it leads. Here goes:

There was no hint of pedophilia in the community before October 2010. But the Haredi community in Nahlaot now believes that the highly organized ring has been operating secretly for years ~ possibly generations ~ and is governed by an elaborate hierarchy.

According to community members with whom I’ve spoken over the past year, they believe that a small number of masterminds, including the 70-year-old Vorst, a convert to Judaism who directs Ohel Sarah Imenu, an organization that facilitates Haredi conversions, used formerly abused teenagers and mentally handicapped locals as scouts for the victims.

Community members believe that these scouts watched the children and parents from outdoor locations that offered prime vantage points ~ under the guise of tending gardens, doing calisthenics, or panhandling ~ and memorized their schedules, recording when the children would be unsupervised.

The pedophiles noted the schedules of various homeowners, residents of Nahlaot claim, and they allegedly snuck into dozens of apartments and sheds in the neighborhood in order to abuse the children, who have pointed out these locations to their parents.

Many are convinced that there are Christian missionary motivations at play here and that false converts have infiltrated their community. A number of locals told me they believe that the videos and media produced by the pedophile ring are being sold for tens of thousands of dollars or more. […]

By late 2010, dozens of children had told their parents they were abused, and the circle of accused kept growing. The acts reported by the children, nearly all between the ages of 3 and 9, are incredibly horrific and often very bizarre.

Virtually none of the allegations involve only one molester and one victim; the children have consistently claimed multiple offenders and multiple victims.

There are reports of orgies involving as many as 20 adults and more than a dozen children.

There were, allegedly, frequent raping and forced sodomy of children as young as 2 years old. The children claim that various objects ~ including large branches, semi-automatic rifles, screwdrivers, and other carpenter’s tools ~ were forcibly stuck up their anuses and other orifices; that knives were held to their throats; that they were told that if they didn’t voluntarily return to be raped, they would be “chopped up into little pieces,” or that their entire families would be murdered.

They claim that they were shown, by way of threat, the guns that would be used for this purpose and told that cameras had been installed in their homes to ascertain their silence.

The children claim that they were, on various occasions, bound up and beaten, held on top of open flames, lashed with sticks, burned with chemicals, given soft drinks spiked with hallucinogens, and injected with drugs.

The majority of the allegations include reports of video-recording and photography, and the children say they were forced to watch pornographic movies and violent sexual encounters between their abusers.

Some children say they were abducted at night from their homes, viciously abused, and returned to their beds.

Others say they were abducted from school and then returned.

Babysitters were said to be threatened with severe physical punishment or death unless they brought the children in their care to the pedophiles.

There are reports of witches, magic doors, secret basements, and large dogs used to intimidate the children.

Many allegations include elements of ritual and Christian abuse, including forced prostration and benedictions, sexual acts involving massive iron crosses, and various other forms of foreign worship. Some children say they were taken to a nearby church, where they were abused by priests, as well as other undercover Christians. […]

The police discredited all but nine of the children’s testimonies, deeming them unreliable and unsuitable as evidence, which community members began to see as indicating, alternately, that the police did not take their claims seriously, that there was considerable anti-Haredi bias, that proper personnel was not assigned to the cause, that they stalled and delayed investigations, “lost” paperwork, and did not promptly collect potential evidence.

The police repeatedly refused or ignored my requests for comment. […]

What’s absolutely clear is that the children involved believe they were abused. “To date, I have not met anyone who has spoken to the kids who has any doubts that this is true,” Liebowitz, the rabbi, told me.

“I know when a child lies,” Steinherz added. “And these children are not lying.”

Many in the community believe the children must be telling the truth, if only because they can imagine no other way the children could know about such graphic sexual activity. How else would Haredi children know about such concepts like television and movies, not to mention pornography?

The majority of community members I spoke to said the police are corrupt. Steinherz and others claim they have been threatened by accused pedophiles, which they believe further proves their guilt. “It’s all true,” she said of the children’s allegations. “Every single thing is true.” […]

Now here is where the article gets really… interesting. The author begins to downplay the victims’ testimony, arguing that no physical evidence exists of sexual abuse and introducing the idea that these kids may be making up their allegations entirely. Sound familiar?  (See here and here)

Cases similar to Nahlaot’s, many whose particulars are even more extreme, have occurred frequently in the past, particularly in the 1980s and early 1990s, with as many as 500 or more children reporting horrific and fantastic abuse at the hands of dozens, or even hundreds, of adults. In order to classify and recognize these cases, the FBI’s Kenneth Lanning, who worked in the Behavioral Science Unit from 1981 until 2000, developed a model that describes what he termed “multi-dimensional sex rings.” (This term, Lanning admits, never really caught on; more frequently used is “ritual abuse,” “organized abuse,” or “satanic/sadistic ritual abuse.”)

The model delineates four criteria: multiple offenders and multiple victims who are considerably younger than “standard” pedophile victims; the victims are controlled and coerced primarily through fear; the abuse occurs in communities that are insular and ultra-conservative; and at least some of the abuse in question is extreme, grotesque, or incorporates ritualistic aspects.

A study of past cases reveals startling similarities: The accusation always begins with a single complaint and is always parent-driven. The children’s accounts contain fabulous or impossible elements ~ magic tunnels, bullets that find their target, walls and people that disappear, and so on. The conspiracies being alleged are far-reaching and highly improbable. There are untrained professionals involved driving the investigations. There are nearly always claims of video recording and of being forced to watch porn and adults having sex.

This history is relevant because, to borrow Lanning’s term, a multi-dimensional sex ring has never once been substantiated

Never, despite the enormity of the crimes in question, and despite the numbers of times they’ve been alleged, has any independently corroborated evidence been found. Many of the children who testified in these cases have, as adults, recanted their testimonies, and courts have, over the years, turned over convictions that were based purely on children’s testimonies. In the most famous of these cases ~ the McMartin preschool trial in California, which ran from 1984 through 1990 and in which more than 350 children claimed they had been abused at their daycare center ~ every single allegation was thrown out.

Before Noa Klein went to the police, no parents or any adult in Nahlaot had ever made an official complaint to police alleging anything like this.

No parent claimed to notice their child came home horrifically abused, beaten, or raped, despite the fact that the abuse allegedly went on for years and is of an extraordinarily violent nature.

No child was reported missing. Indeed, up until October 2010, no adult ever noticed anything amiss, despite the tightness of Nahlaot’s layout, and despite the children’s reports that they were herded up in broad daylight.

No teacher ever spoke up; nobody noticed a dozen children missing from school for hours at a time, then returned after bouts of violent sexual abuse. Many of the apartments where the acts allegedly took place are immediately adjacent to other homes, but no neighbors ever noticed that anything was amiss.

No forensic evidence has been found.

No incriminating videos or any sort of media have been discovered, despite computers and hard drives of the accused being seized (or stolen), and despite nearly every alleged act being videotaped or photographed. (In fact, according to Lanning, no media indicating the existence of a multi-dimensional sex ring has ever been found, despite very extensive seizures of child pornography worldwide.)

None of this means that instances of abuse did not occur. But the question of whether one or more children were molested has been minimized by the hunt for a massive pedophile ring.

Many in the community see the absence of evidence as proof that the police or the judge are suppressing the evidence. “The only people who have the computers are the police,” one resident told me. “And all the kids say there was video involved, and all the computers have been confiscated, yet they’ve shown us nothing.”

Steinherz claims that some of the accused are computer geniuses, and that they’ve encrypted the material so that it can’t be accessed, and that the police have allowed family members of the accused to hide or destroy potential evidence. […]

Did this man do this to you? To a child, this is highly suggestive, especially coming from a panicked parent convinced something has in fact happened. Some children who admitted something had happened to them were given candy or toys.

Parents showed their children pictures of suspects and asked if these men had done anything to them. Many children who denied being abused were repeatedly questioned, especially after a suspect’s guilt was seemingly established.

A mother, who has requested anonymity, recounted her reaction when told that Sid “Skippy” Marcus had allegedly abused her children: “We asked our kids, and they were like no, no, no, no. And the day Skippy was arrested … I asked my son: Did Skippy ever do anything immodest to you? And he goes like this [nodding].”

Overzealous investigators, which can include parents, therapists, and even other children, can seriously affect a child’s account or even memory of what has happened, especially when those investigators are convinced that the child in question has indeed been abused and it’s their job to get the child to admit it.

“Many of these investigations are started by the parents who are not properly investigating,” said Lanning. “They’re just trying to find out what happened to their kid.” And they will not stop until they do so. “A single complaint, whether true or not, can set off a moral panic,” Rabinowitz, the journalist, told me. “Which can quickly get out of control.” […]

But the required logistics of a secret pedophile ring this size ~ the organization necessary to continually and extensively abuse an entire demographic of a whole neighborhood without being discovered ~ remains the least credible aspect of the allegations.

The difficulty of keeping a conspiracy a secret increases exponentially with each additional member, and with as many as 70 it’s virtually impossible. “You cannot be engaged in this kind of activity for this long and leave behind little or no corroborative evidence,” Lanning said. “The more people involved in a crime, the greater the crime, the greater the likelihood that there’s going to be some kind of corroborative evidence left behind, physical evidence.”

After expressing the findings of my early research, I told Steinherz, the therapist, that I needed corroborative evidence aside from the children’s testimony in order to report that there was indeed a pedophile ring in Nahlaot.

The evidence I was ultimately provided or made aware of included: court documentation that strongly suggested police incompetence or corruption; archived web pages that showed that some of the accused had lied about not knowing each other; medical records of various ailments; pictures the children drew; the detailed account of a therapist named Levana Khalili, a witness for the prosecution; and stories of corroboration among the children. 

None was evidence of a pedophile ring; all was material that reinforced an already assumed narrative. Yet in all my conversations with Steinherz, parents, rabbis, therapists, and community organizers, not once was it acknowledged that these might be the products of a child’s imagination.



Global Research,
November 29, 2012
Brussels Tribunal
Almost one year after the so-called withdrawal of American military troops, the security situation in Baghdad has not improved. Families are living in fear because of a dramatic increase in the number of cases of child abduction. These kidnappings have different aims. Some are meant to finance terrorist groups. But Iraqi children are also abducted for the very lucrative trafficking of human organs.
A security source revealed that in one day, on 6 November, 21 children were abducted from different places in Baghdad. Recently there has been an increase in child kidnapping in all areas of Baghdad, he said, adding that he has no accurate numbers, but that there have been up to 30 children kidnapped in two weeks. He also added that most of these abductions have been carried out by organized criminal gangs.

Some armed groups kidnap children to finance their operations, especially Al-Qaida, because the security forces have recently been quite successful in draining their resources in preventing donations from outside Iraq.

It seems that not only children from rich families are being kidnapped. Many incidents take place in the suburbs and poor areas of the Capital, like Al-Ubaidi District, Sadr City, Baghdad Al-Jadeeda (Al-Rasafah Area), and Abu-Disheer, Al-Doura, Al-Bayyaa, Al-Furat, Al-Radwaniyah, Abu Ghraib, Al-Taji, Al-Shula and Al-Hurriyah Districts (Al Kark area).

Kamil Hasan, a police officer, said that almost 20 children were kidnapped in Baghdad from August till October, but added that there are no accurate numbers available. Many cases go unreported, because relatives are worried about antagonizing the kidnappers.

The ransom a family has to pay varies between $ 20.000 and $ 100.000, depending on the financial situation of the family. The kidnappers already know the financial capacities of the family. Hasan assured that this kidnapping spree has turned from a terrorist related crime into a social phenomenon. In some cases the kidnappings are drugs related.

Children have been regularly abducted in Iraq since 2003. They are often easier to hold in captivity, while extended family members and even wider communities are often much more willing to provide the financial assistance to the child’s immediate family in order to pay the ransom. Given the comparative ease involved in kidnapping a child over an adult, the cruel tactic is likely to continue.

Sometimes the kidnappers kill the kidnapped victim immediately, and then ask for the ransom. In the south of Baghdad Mawlood Muhammad, a child, was found dead near the river, after the family had paid $ 50.000 to get him back.

Social researcher Sawsan Al-Ubaidi said that sometimes little girls are kidnapped, raped and then killed, even after the ransom is paid. One such case is Hanaa Al-Husaini , 12 years old girl, who was kidnapped in front of her house in the Al-Karradah district in Baghdad. Her corpse was found after she was raped and left in the street.

Some politicians and many citizens believe that kidnapping children is not such a spontaneous activity, that there are political agendas behind the kidnappings.

Ali Shubbar, a Human Rights Member in the Parliament is convinced that there are terrorist organizations behind such recurrent kidnapping crimes, and that there might also be foreign agendas behind this phenomenon. This suspicion is reinforced by the fake attempts and threats of kidnapping, which occur very regularly and create an environment of fear.

An anonymous source in the Ministry of Interior assured that the issue is bigger than kidnapping for a ransom, because organized gangs are currently operating in Iraq and they are supervised by human traffickers and people who work in the prostitution sector.
It’s not only about selling girls (and boys) for sexual pleasure.

Rather, it’s about selling human organs, or using the kidnapped girls for pregnancy purposes to sell the new born babies in the International market.
Whatever the motives of the kidnappers, the consequences can be easily predicted: a decrease in school attendance, children who have to stay inside the house, the parents who live in a constant state of fear and have to accompany their children wherever they go etc.

In such circumstances it’s impossible to restore community life, impossible to give a decent education to a whole generation of young Iraqis.

But maybe that’s exactly the intention,
to keep the Iraqi populace
in a constant state of fear and chaos.

Iraqi orphans are extremely vulnerable and are an easy target for criminal gangs. A recent survey in Iraq, revealed in a BBC article of 28 November, found that between 800,000 to a million Iraqi children have lost one or both of their parents. According to aid workers this figure is a conservative estimate of the many thousands growing up in the shadow of violence.

The phenomenal rise in the number of Iraqi orphans has created a social crisis in a country that has less than 200 social workers and psychiatrists put together, for a population of 30 million people. It has no child protection laws. Officials say that desperately needed welfare legislation has been held hostage to sectarian squabbling in parliament.
In the meantime these orphans are being kidnapped by human traffickers and sold for their organs. Some of them are abducted by terrorist groups and forced to work for them.
Kidnapping for ransom is a common occurrence in various parts of the world, and certain cities and countries are often described as the “Kidnapping Capital of the World.” In 2007, that title belonged to Iraq (they were in second place in 2006), with possibly 1,500 foreigners kidnapped. In 2004, it was Mexico, and in 2001, it was Colombia. But even though kidnapping happens all over the world, this phenomenon was non-existent prior to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Thus the US Administration bears full responsibility for all the abductions that have taken place in occupied Iraq.
Kidnapping is also a common tactic in American counterinsurgency warfare.

The reputation of the U.S. Army School Of the America’s (SOA) was permanently stained after the 1996 declassification of several of its training manuals. The manuals provided documented evidence that SOA instructors had taught and advocated methods of torture, extortion, kidnapping, and execution in the counterinsurgency wars.

The Pentagon claimed that the manuals contained only isolated “objectionable” passages, and continued a long pattern of denial by arguing that the manuals had not been properly cleared and did not represent U.S. government policy. Given the historical record, those denials were not credible.
In the 1980s, the SOA became a symbol of U.S. foreign policy perversities in Latin America. By then, many graduates of the school were already infamous in their own countries for their leadership of, or involvement in, savage counterinsurgency campaigns and human rights atrocities.

The SOA was known in the region as the School of Assassins or the School of Coups. The names of SOA graduates are familiar to Latin Americanists:
Dictator Hugo Banzer of Bolivia, who took power in a bloody coup; 

Leopoldo Galtieri, Argentine general and member of the “dirty war” junta in the 1980s; 

Roberto d’Aubuisson, leader of Salvadoran death squads; 

General Efraín Ríos Montt, overseer of massacres of indigenous peasants as dictator in Guatemala; 

Chilean Miguel Krassnoff, DINA officer and torturer; 

the list goes on.
The U.N. Truth Commission on El Salvador found that 60 Salvadoran officers were responsible for the worst atrocities of that country’s dirty war; more than two-thirds were SOA graduates. More than 60,000 Latin American officers have trained at the SOA.

And as we know, many of these people were transferred to Iraq after 2003. Many Iraqi militia members who were trained and armed by these thugs are still roaming free on the Iraqi streets. Their funds have become depleted since their US paymasters have left the country. So why should they not earn some hard cash by abducting children? After all they have unlearned all morality during their years of savage dead squad activities.
Since 2003 Iraqis have been terrorized by child kidnaps, because the US invaders deliberately organized chaos and lawlessness by disbanding the Iraqi army and police.
In October 2003, Oliver Burch, Christian Aid’s emergency programme manager for Iraq, said many Iraqis had told him of an alarming growth in abductions, “that unemployment is the biggest problem and that the economic situation is pushing people into crime.

The newly created police are not respected at all because they are associated with the Americans, who are increasingly resented in Iraq now”, he said, and he added that “the so-called liberators should at least provide security. They have made it possible for thieves to take anything. Nothing was done from the beginning to stop looting. Everyone now tends to stay at home. If you have a decent car, it could cost you your life.”

As a consequence around 50% of children were not going to school, according to a spokesman for Save the Children UK.

Since then there have been many reports in the mainstream press about kidnappings, but not much has been done to solve the problem, certainly not by the occupation forces. Not many abduction cases have been solved, even though the Iraqi authorities claim that their security forces are gradually improving their capability in the field of tackling the problem.

But it’s doubtful that the problem will ever be solved as long as the Iraqi government is run by Maliki and his militias.

Al Jazeera disclosed some classified reports in October 2010. One was a very revealing one:

In October 2006, an Iraqi army unit reportedly robbed a number of people living in Sunni neighbourhoods in western Baghdad. The unit was arrested on October 11 ~ and told its captors that it was operating under the authority of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

1/5/6 IA patrol stops 2X IA M1114s and 1X pickup truck occupied by 17X LNs in IA uniforms and equipment. 5/6 orders detention of all 17 individuals and vehicles due to reports over several days of 2X IA M1114s conducting robberies in the Mansour and Washash areas of 5/6 IA battle space. [...] Detainees claim to be Iraqi Special Forces working for the prime minister’s office.

The unit seems to be a sort of “detention squad” operating under al-Maliki’s authority. An official from the defence ministry showed up several hours later and urged the US to release the men, saying their mission was “directed by PM Maliki”.

That’s enough proof of the criminal nature or Maliki’s security forces, and it’s written in black and white, in an official document.

The Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict, Ms Leila Zerrougui,should urgently investigate this growing phenomenon of child kidnapping in Iraq and determine who is responsible for these grave violations of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Of course the USA has never signed this UN Convention: for them children living in Iraq are negligible human beings. But for Iraq, they are the future.


January 23, 2011

A special force of Iraqi police in Basra province freed five children from a gang that kidnapped children and sold their organs if their parents could not pay the ransom.

Police arrested all 12 suspected members of the gang last week, of which several were wanted on previous terrorism charges.

Security officials said the two female members of the gang were responsible for kidnapping the children as they left school or while they played in the street.

Security officials said the two female members of the gang were responsible for kidnapping the children as they left school or while they played in the street.

'The gang members would sell the child's organs and then throw him in the street'

Lt. Col. Kamal Ayesh of the major crimes unit of Basra provincial police said the police command worked for more than two months following the gang members and analyzing information from intelligence services and citizens before arresting the suspects.

"The criminals kidnapped children after collecting information on their parents' financial state and then would negotiate the amount of money the parents would pay in exchange for the release of the children," Ayesh told Mawtani.
Two female members of the gang would kidnap children while they played in the streets. [Kareem Raheem / Reuters]
"If a family could not pay the ransom, the gang members would sell the child's organs and then throw him in the street or send him outside Iraq to a neighboring country in what amounts to a kind of human trafficking."

The gang members took up headquarters in the Dair sub-district, 60 kilometers north of the city of Basra. Police obtained important information from eyewitnesses and intelligence sources to locate the hideout, which was a house surrounded with palm trees and a high fence.

Ayesh said a special police force stormed the house on February 18th and liberated five children below the age of six "who were in a debilitated condition".

"We found the children inside a dark, humid dungeon, which was the basement of the house. They were in an extremely rundown condition, suffering from malnutrition, because for many days they had not had healthy food or drink."

Ayesh said all the gang members were detained and taken to the police station for interrogation, and all the children were returned to their families.

During the operation, police found weapons, pills used to drug the children, three cars and 134 million dinars in ransom money from previous kidnappings.

Members of the gang were wanted on previous terrorism charges

"When terrorist groups go bankrupt and are about to break down, they turn to becoming gangs involved in crimes, killing, drug trafficking and theft. This end has been repeated by all terrorist groups," al-Salem told Mawtani.

He said the gang had kidnapped a total of 17 children from Basra, of which three had been killed for their organs.

Ali al-Ghanem, chairman of the Basra security and defense committee, said this gang represented the most serious threat to the security and safety of children.

"Today, with their arrest, the rest of the terrorist networks and gangs that follow the same path will fall," al-Ghanem told Mawtani. "Police are moving quickly and successfully, and we shall succeed in ending the crime of kidnapping children once and for all."

At the home of Falah Hameed in Basra, the family is still receiving visitors offering congratulations on the return of five-year-old Haider, who was among the children freed on Friday.

"My son was kidnapped three weeks ago and the kidnappers asked for a huge ransom which I could not pay. We thought we were not going to see Haider again," Hameed said.

"Were it not for the constant police efforts, we would not have been able to hug Haider again."