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Former Israeli minister Gonen Segev charged with spying for Iran

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Former energy minister Gonen Segev seen at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem during an appeal hearing on August 18, 2006. (Flash90).
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Report: Israel behind Syria airstrike that killed dozens of regime fighters

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Former minister Gonen Segev had access to Israeli diplomats and officials in Nigeria at the same time he was allegedly spying for Iran, ...
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BREAKING: Former Israeli Minister Gonen Segev Arrested And ...

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Former Israeli Minister Gonen Segev has been arrested by the Shin Bet, and charged with spying for Iran. Segev has previously been jailed for drug smuggling.
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'Israel indicts ex-Cabinet minister over alleged spying for Iran'

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Former Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin speaks with former energy minister, Gonen Segev, during a conference in Jerusalem, in this file ...
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Ex-minister said to claim Iran contacts were to help Israel

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Former minister Gonen Segev admitted to investigators was in contact with Iranian officials, but claims he did so in order to help Israel, ...

Israel arrests former government minister for Iran spying

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The Shin Bet said Gonen Segev was extradited from Equatorial Guinea and arrested upon arrival in Israel last month on suspicion of ..
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‘GOOD POINT!’ James Comey’s professed ignorance about Weiner-Abedin marriage gets ‘even MORE disturbing’ – twitchy.com

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As Twitchy told you last week, the OIG report revealed that super-brilliant former FBI Director James Comey had claimed he was unaware that Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin were married when he found out about the Hillary Clinton emails on Huma Abedin’s laptop. Assuming he was telling the truth about that and was straight-up admitting to being the only person on the face of the earth who didn’t know Weiner and Abedin were married, this raises a very important point:

And you thought Comey couldn’t possibly come out of this looking any worse.

It’s pretty clear at this point that Comey’s either a liar or an idiot. Neither of those options is comforting given that he was, you know, the director of the friggin’ FBI.

Accurate.

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Dr Moreau, the Devil & Genetic Experimentation
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The Island of Dr. Moreau | Dr moreaus death scene - YouTube

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Secret FBI files on 100,000 Puerto Ricans…thousands arrested…Chaos in 1950 Puerto Rico

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               Justice is incidental to law and order.

                                    – FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover

Starting in the mid-1930s, and continuing for over half a century, the FBI developed a secret information program in Puerto Rico – it was called carpetas. These were secret police files, containing intimate personal information. The files were built by a network of police officers, confidential informants, FBI agents – and the amount of information they contained was staggering.

Over 100,000 Puerto Ricans had carpetas opened on them. Of these, 74,412 were under “political” police surveillance. An additional 60,776 carpetas were opened on vehicles, boats, and organizations. Carpetas were even opened on geographic areas: entire neighborhoods had carpetas filed on them by the FBI. Eventually, the carpetas became a part of the larger COINTELPRO program developed jointly by the FBI and CIA, to monitor and suppress political dissent against the U.S.

Over time, the carpetas eventually totaled 1.8 million pages. The average carpeta contained roughly 20 pages but others were more extensive. The file on Albizu Campos filled two boxes with 4,700 pages.

The information in carpetas included school transcripts; employment history; religious practice; political affiliations; club memberships; bank accounts; property holdings; taxes paid; family and marital records; travel history; auto registration and license plates; meetings attended; publications written or received. They also included personal information: friends, business partners, sexual partners, mistresses, gigolos, debtors and creditors, personal letters (intercepted at the post office), recorded phone calls, photos, wedding lists, laundry tickets and “miscellaneous items.”

The carpetas were used to imprison people, ruin their careers, fire them from their jobs, terminate their education, and permanently discredit them – even if they weren’t members of the Nationalist Party.

One stunning carpeta is the file on Luis Muñoz Marín, the first “democratically elected” governor of Puerto Rico.  His file included this:

FBI Document

According to this document, Governor Luis Muñoz Marín was a narcotics addict, and the U.S. government knew it as of April 1943. Since this information was never released by the FBI, it appears that the U.S. government withheld this information from the general public, so that it could have some “very dirty laundry” on Luis Muñoz Marín.


Gov. Muñoz Marín (seated), after a rough night

In this manner, the U.S. acquired enormous control over Luis Muñoz Marín when he became the “democratically elected” governor of Puerto Rico in 1948. They could expose him as a narcotics addict at any time…so they had the “democratically elected governor” on a very short leash, indeed.

This is a prime example of how the carpetas program was used to control the politics and society of Puerto Rico: through fear, intimidation and outright blackmail. The program was so pervasive, that the following cartoon ran in a Puerto Rican newspaper:

cartoon - Carpeta
Yo se precisamente como cortar tu pelo...
lo veo aquí en tu carpeta.

In the cartoon, a barber tells his client, “I know precisely how to cut your hair…I see it right here in your carpeta.”

A government fund was established in 1999 to assist some of the victims of carpetas. Later in 2000, FBI Director Louis J. Freeh admitted in a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing that: “(T)he FBI did operate a program that did tremendous destruction to many people, to the country and certainly to the FBI.” Freeh then vowed to “redress some of the egregious illegal action, maybe criminal action that occurred in the past.”  Unfortunately by that time, the damage was already done – and the degree of harm caused by these carpetas, had become incalculable. This damage extended beyond any individual or group, and even beyond the issue of independence.

As befits a sun-kissed island with wonderfully fertile soil, Puerto Ricans were an open, gregarious, cheerful people – but sixty years of carpetas, police informants, and neighbors spying upon each other, had affected the national character of Puerto Rico. It had burned fear, secrecy, lying, betrayal and mistrust into its collective experience.

The carpetas drove a permanent wound into the psyche of Puerto Rico. It is a wound that may never fully heal.

For a more complete understanding of how 100,000 Puerto Ricans were followed by FBI agents, please read…

War Against All Puerto Ricans: Revolution and Terror in America’s ColonyBuy it now

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Psalm 150 KJV - Praise ye the LORD. Praise God in his

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150 Praise ye the Lord. Praise God in his sanctuary: praise him in the firmament of his power.

Praise him for his mighty acts: praise him according to his excellent greatness.

Praise him with the sound of the trumpet: praise him with the psaltery and harp.

Praise him with the timbrel and dance: praise him with stringed instruments and organs.

Praise him upon the loud cymbals: praise him upon the high sounding cymbals.

Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord.

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