The Giuliani Syndrome Redux
by Kevin Alfred Strom
HE MAKES ONE Hell of a good speech, that Rudy Giuliani. He’s not afraid to make waves. He produces sound bites that conservatives love to hear: He told us “Obama wasn’t raised like us” and “Obama doesn’t love America,” for example. He tells us what a million Americans have been wanting to scream their lungs bloody about since Fetchit took office, and that is: We don’t have an “extremist” problem or even a “terror” problem here in the Western world — we have a Muslim problem.
He didn’t use those exact words, but that’s what people think he meant when he pointed out in his most recent speech how so many innocent people seem to end up dead every time someone shouts “Allah Akbar” in a public place. And, boy oh boy, do people want to hear that. (ILLUSTRATION: Rudy Giuliani, “tough patriot” — or so he would like us to believe — speaking at one of the innumerable Jewish events he has attended.)
The video of that speech (part 1, part 2) has gone viral and the comments sections of right-leaning blogs and Web sites are lighting up all over the country with comments like “Go, Rudy, go!”… “Rudy Giuliani for president!”… “You tell ’em, Rudy! We need a strong leader like you to stand up to Putin and the Muslims — not a Muslim-loving wimp like Obama!”
Almost all of the people making these comments are conservative White people. Almost all of these people are fanatical supporters of Israel — because, they think, the Bible tells them that the Jews are “God’s Chosen People.” When these people see Giuliani hugging Benjamin Netanyahu on television they cry tears of real joy, as if it were Jesus and John the Baptist they were seeing instead of Rudy and “Bibi.” These people genuinely believe that Rudolph Giuliani is a real alternative to the disastrous Obama presidency. These people think that Giuliani represents the opposition to Obama and the left — the opposition to the descent of America to Third World status. And these people are absolute fools.
The Giuliani enthusiasts have been tricked on so many levels it would take an hour just to count them. They have been bamboozled since birth by the world’s master con men. They’ve been fooled a thousand times in the last week alone — but let’s just spend the next few minutes exploring precisely how they’ve been fooled this time.
First of all, Giuliani wasn’t being forthright about Islam’s incompatibility with Western society at all, as so may wishful thinkers thought he was.
Break out of the emotional trance induced by Rudy’s rather good speechifying and simply read the transcript of his actual words. Even though he sounded like he was courageously calling out Islam as being responsible for so much violence against us with his “Allah Akbar” comment, what Giuliani was really doing was just playing the same tired old game of intervention in the Middle East, and using his rhetorical skills to get you to support it. He was just supporting one Muslim faction in Iran against another in order to stage another coup in that country. He was touting for yet another US-led coup and puppet regime in the Middle East. (Remember Libya and Iraq? How are those working out for us now?)
What Rudy Giuliani was not doing was calling for an end to Muslim immigration into the US or the West. He was not calling for an end to the Islamification of Europe or America. In fact, he was speaking to a room full of Muslims — in Arizona of all places. He was speaking to supporters of a little-known group called MEK, also known as the “People’s Mujahedin of Iran.”
He’s been touting for the MEK for at least three years. He was touting for them even when they were on the State Department’s official list of terrorist groups. He was taking their money. He was helping them raise funds and lobby for US taxpayer and intelligence agency support. In other words, Rudy Giuliani, along with a rather large group of US establishment heavyweights, was touting for the MEK even when it was illegal to do so, but for some reason or other no one was ever prosecuted. And, just as all these Israel-connected establishment heavyweights were signing on as MEK supporters, Hilary Clinton decided to drop MEK from the official terror list. What the Hell is going on?, you ask.
Let’s find out what the MEK is really all about:
The MEK has been around since 1965. It has its roots in Marxist, leftist “armed struggle” against the Shah of Iran. Its ideology is both Marxist and Islamic. The MEK says that in their version of Shi’ite Islam, a “true Muslim” must “also be a revolutionary.” They openly declare themselves to be a force for “radical Islam.”
The MEK is violent and terrorist: It set off a bomb shortly after the Iranian Islamic revolution that killed 81 people, including the president, the prime minister, and several other high-ranking members of the new government there. They almost succeeded in killing off the whole administration.
The MEK claim to have “renounced violence” in 2001 — when, ironically, they were engaging in extensive lobbying in the West to get arms and funding and to be taken off numerous terror watch lists. But, even after that date, they maintained a 5,000-strong armed guerrilla group. It’s well-known that after they publicly “renounced violence” they actually intensified their terror campaign, with one of their main announced goals being the assassination of Iranian scientists. Even the regime in Washington admits that the MEK was “financed, trained, and armed by Israel in launching terrorist attacks to kill Iranian nuclear scientists and educators.” No wonder the CIA loves this group.
And it’s not just Iranian scientists that they’re assassinating:
In one year alone they bombed ten major buildings, including those of Pan American Airlines, Shell Oil Company, Hotels International, and Radio City Cinema. And they also assassinated six Americans.
Before the Iranian revolution, they attempted to kidnap the US ambassador to Iran. They shot and wounded US Air Force General Harold Price when attempting to kill him. They killed US Army Lt. Colonel Lee Hawkins. According to Wikipedia, the MEK killed two US Air Force officers: “A car carrying U.S. Air Force officers Col. Paul Shaffer and Lt. Col. Jack Turner was trapped between two cars carrying armed men. They told the Iranian driver to lie down and then shot and killed the Americans. Six hours later a woman called reporters to claim the MEK carried out the attack as retaliation for the recent death of prisoners at the hands of Iranian authorities.” And “A car carrying three American employees of Rockwell International was attacked…. William Cottrell, Donald Smith, and Robert Krongard were killed….
“After the revolution the group actively supported the US embassy takeover in Tehran, and opposed the release of the [American] diplomats… and called for their execution instead.” [emphasis added]
And the leadership of the MEK has continuity from that day to today: On September 6, 2011, the MEK elected Zohreh Akhyani as its new Secretary General — and Akhyani has been active with the group since the 1970s.
During the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war, the MEK was a staunch ally of Saddam Hussein, and, armed and funded by Baghdad, supplied with air support by the Iraqi Air Force, they formed a so-called “National Liberation Army” which marched into Iran under cover of an Iran-Iraq cease fire. They seized and then razed to the ground the entire city of Islamabad-e Gharb. The MEK killed some 55,000 people in that operation alone.
This is the group that Rudy Giuliani is supporting. This is the group he wants to receive American tax money and logistical help. This is the group with which he wants us to form an alliance in the so-called “War on Terror.” This is the group you’re supporting when you cheer Rudy on.
Now Rudy Giuliani, and the Jewish money-men behind him, don’t care about the particular version of Shiite Islam espoused by the MEK, any more than they care about the ideology of ISIS, which they also have supported — any more than they care about the ideology or bloody record of the Egyptian regime they supported for decades. They don’t care about any of these things. All they care about is what’s good for Israel.
The seemingly endless series of corrupt, brutal Egyptian regimes is supported because they made a deal not to attack Israel — and to suppress any serious anti-Israel movement in their country. ISIS was supported because, among other reasons, they militarily oppose the Assad government in Syria. And MEK is being supported by Giuliani and his ilk because the MEK opposes the current Iranian government, and is willing to kill people on a massive scale to bring it down.
The reason the Jewish money-men want ISIS- and MEK-type Islamic revolutions, despite the fact that these radical Muslim and Marxist sects denounce Jews and Israel even more vehemently than the regimes they want to replace is very simple: Iran and Syria (and, until recently, Iraq) are strong and powerful Middle Eastern nations, powerful both militarily and politically — they are politically organized in such a way as to make outside influence of the CIA, Mossad, and George Soros type very difficult or impossible. ISIS and MEK would destroy these powerful states, which are now governed by hard-headed, dedicated elites, and replace them with weak, “democratic” and hence easily-manipulated states, headed by squabbling fanatics with no talent for statecraft and no match for the intelligence agents of the US and Israel. (This desire to destroy their best-organized opponents also explains why Zionists support a government that includes a few racial-nationalists in Ukraine: These money-men see the bigger picture; and Russia and its rising alliances, no matter how much they say they love Jews and America, and no matter how many Holocaust revisionists they imprison, form an alternate power structure to the New York / Tel Aviv axis and so must be encircled, contained, and taken down by any means necessary.)
And I want you to also think about why the same Jewish billionaires have worked for decades to open up the US and the West to Muslim immigration — even though many of these Muslims are the openly declared enemies of the Jews. Could it be to weaken and destabilize our own Western societies? — and at the same time make Americans and Europeans hate the same people the Jews are fighting in the Middle East. Think about it.
This is how Jewish power politics works. This is how it will be no matter who is the figurehead president of the United States, until we have our own revolution. And Rudy Giuliani is nothing more than an errand boy with a talent for oratory under this system, just like Barack Hussein Fetchit. They’re co-workers.
Rudolph Giuliani has been shilling for Jewish interests for his entire political career.
Even before he was elected mayor of Zoo City, Giuliani made the TV talk show circuit as a prosecutor, repeatedly saying — with his practiced tough-guy sincerity and a smile on his face — that what we needed to do was to enact “hate crime” statutes that would give prosecutors like him the power to specially punish and imprison people because of their racial or political beliefs. Rudy Giuliani was one of the main spokesmen for the forces that succeeded in imposing the Soviet-style “hate crime” — really, thought crime — laws we currently live under.
Giuliani was the leader of the American delegation to the conference of the so-called “Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe” (or OSCE), when they held a conference on how to suppress all spoken or written criticism of Jewish power. In the words of Rudy’s pal and fellow conspirator against freedom Colin Powell: “Rudy Giuliani… has accepted a mission that we asked him to accept, and that is to head the U.S. delegation to a conference in Europe held by the OSCE, [the] Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Fifty-five nations will come together at this conference to talk about a pressing issue that is a concern to everyone in Europe and all of us here in the United States. And that is the rise of anti-Semitism in Europe, manifested in incidents and ugly words and other expressions that are not tolerable in today’s world.”
What did Giuliani say at this meeting? “Europe must do more to tackle a resurgence of anti-Semitism around the world…. Words do not suffice to turn the tide of anti-Semitism that is once again growing in Europe and other parts of the world….”
Words do not suffice, Giuliani said. What do you suppose he means by that?
Giuliani brought a statement from then-President Bush to read at the conference: He stated that we must “ensure that anti-Semitism” — that is, any writings that Jewish supremacists don’t like — “is excluded from school text books, official statements, official television programming and official publications….”
Israel was represented at the conference, of course — in the person of Avraham Toledo, who specifically called on member governments to make ‘anti-Semitism’ a criminal offense.
That’s where they are going with this. It can’t possibly be any more obvious. A more chilling nightmare scenario could not have been penned by a science fiction author characterizing the Jews as a parasitic alien species who have invaded us and taken over the ruling class in our societies, and who are slowly programming us to kill or imprison any ‘rebels’ who question the new ruling class, worship of which is gradually being introduced in our schools and churches as a pseudo-religion to cement their power over us.
Things are not as they appear, ladies and gentlemen. They are not as they appear.
That’s the System that Rudy Giuliani is shilling for. That’s the System he’s been serving his entire life. And that’s the System the men and women of the National Alliance are determined to replace before it kills us all.
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