July 14, 2014

Department of Zionist Security

Fighting terrorism is always a growing industry in Israel for one very simple reason: the Israeli government and its US and Gulf allies finance terrorists and give them their most famous propaganda victories. 9/11 is the perfect example.

An excerpt from, "Men Detained After Clash at Pro-Israel Rally" by Gadi Schwartz and Kelly Goff, NBC LA, July 13:
Several men were detained at a pro-Israel peace rally in front of the Federal Building in Westwood Sunday after pro-Palestinian protesters also turned up and the two sides clashed.

Witnesses said there was a scuffle between several men draped in Palestinian flags and pro-Israel protesters.  

As several of the men tried to leave the scene, at least one gunshot was fired at the truck by a Department of Homeland Security agent, police confirmed to NBC4.

No one was struck by the gunfire.
The mask had to come off at some point. And what better place than at a pro-Israel rally?

This back-and-forth scuffle between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian protesters in LA was tame compared to what went on in Paris, where a couple of synagogue were threatened by renegade activists who veered away from the mainstream, peaceful protest. Thankfully, there were no injuries in the L.A. incident. But it is symbolic of the violent and repressive approach that the Department of Zionist Security (DZS) has taken to protests. Protesters are equated with terrorists and extremists in their worldview.

DZS is basically the creation of the Israeli government. Israeli security services thrive from a state of terror, which they have helped to generate and manufacture through various ways over the years, such as supporting Hamas in its infancy in the late 1980s and committing false flag terror attacks like 9/11. Terrorism has been their bread and butter for decades. It is a very lucrative business. And this business will continue to grow as the economy collapses in the West and the Middle East descends into a full-blown regional war.

An excerpt from, "Homeland Security Made in Israel" by Philip Giraldi, AntiWar.com, August 22, 2013:
If there should happen to be an al-Qaeda attack in Calhoun County Alabama, Sheriff Larry Amerson will presumably know what to do. That is because he and a number of colleagues in law enforcement have received paid trips to Israel to learn how to deal with the terrorist threat.

The Washington-based Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) sponsors a Law Enforcement Exchange Program “in order to learn how to better protect the U.S. communities from terrorist attacks.” The program takes law enforcement officials from the United States and sends them to Israel for training in the “strategies and techniques perfected by Israeli law enforcement.” Amerson, past president of the National Sheriff’s Association, made his trip in 2012. Along the way, he reportedly benefited from a “greater understanding of the situation in Israel as it relates to terrorist threats.” JINSA also hosts conferences in the U.S. where Israeli officers are brought over to brief American law enforcement officials.

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is also involved in the effort to indoctrinate the U.S. law enforcement community. Its website’s Homeland Security Monitor chronicles numerous meetings between Israeli intelligence and police officials and their U.S. counterparts, to include numerous trips to Israel to learn from the masters of the craft about various aspects of security, including controlling borders and airports. Even firemen have made the journey, presumably to learn how a fire in Israel differs from a fire in the United States.

Ironically, American law enforcement and emergency services are every bit as capable as those in Israel and really have nothing to learn. The difference in practice is that Israel uses extensive profiling to identify threats, which means Arabs are regularly stopped and questioned. Exposure to that dubious technique is often paid for by the U.S. taxpayer as much of the travel to Israel is funded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which provides billions of dollars in training grants to cover the expenses. Marc Kahlberg of International Security Consulting offers a package that is called “Eye of the Storm.” He promises “an exclusive learning tour into the heart of Hebron. You will have the opportunity to see first-hand how the police there are dealing with a daily volatile situation. You will feel the adrenalin, but be completely safe and will be the guests of the Israeli Police Commander.” As Hebron is the largest Arab city on the West Bank with a population of 250,000 that against its will hosts an illegal Israeli settlement of 1,000 protected by the police and army, it promises to be an interesting experience.

It has been reported that when the United States was attacked on 9/11 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was pleased because he understood that Washington and Tel Aviv would now be joined at the hip in their mutual response to what Israel has been defining as terrorism. When Netanyahu spoke before congress shortly afterwards he said “We are all targets” before engaging in a number of meetings instructing Washington regarding what must be done. Netanyahu’s Israel succeeded beyond its wildest dreams, exploiting the incident to such an extent that the United States has adopted wholesale Israeli perceptions of Middle Eastern politics. As Scott McConnell has observed, there exists “a transmission belt, conveying Israeli ideas on how the United States should conduct itself in a contested and volatile part of the world. To a great extent, a receptive American political class now views the Middle East and their country’s role in it through Israel’s eyes.”