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Phony 'anti-Semitism'

John Rowland

Posted on July 14, 2018 17:01

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Michael Kadar, a Jewish Israeli-American dual citizen, has been found guilty of making fake anti-Semitic bomb threats in the US and elsewhere.

Kadar used the internet and millions of dollars of technical equipment to make about 2000 hoax telephone calls. His targets, including Jewish community centers, were in predominantly white countries: US, UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

Other issues in this case dealt with extortion, drugs, money laundering and pedophilia.

With millions of dollars of highly technical equipment and many targets involved, one wonders if a single person would really invest such a large amount of his own money; or if there was state sponsorship and involvement (intelligence agencies). The foiled plot has the earmarks of an institutionally-sponsored false-flag operation.

Especially considering that the phony bomb threats coincided with the Trump campaign and the 2016 election.

Most corporate media and others dutifully reported these fraudulent bomb scares as incidents of "growing anti-Semitism."

Organizations like the Anti-Defamation League and Southern Poverty Law Center routinely include these phony perils in their tracking of such occurrences, as such "threats" generate political sympathy and especially more financial contributions.

Public taxpayer money was actually given to these some of these community centers in the face of these specious telephone bomb calls.

John Rowland

Posted on July 14, 2018 17:01

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