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ex-Mossad Head Urges Israeli Voters to Oust Netanyahu

Meir Dagan says prime minister’s policies are ‘destructive to the future and security of Israel’

A former head of Israel’s foreign intelligence service Mossad is urging voters to oust Binyamin Netanyahu in the next general election, accusing the prime minister of endangering the country’s security with his stance on the Iranian nuclear programme.

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Global Intel Cowboys Unite to Bring Down Organized Crime Cabal

There is no single individual who knows the Whole Truth in great detail, but this article is articulate and detailed enough to give us an idea of how the Cabal have been doing it, i.e. keeping the entire world under its thumb for centuries.

In keeping with the Veterans Today character of not mentioning the Jesuits ever, this one is no exception. So, to have a complete picture it is highly recommended that the reader should download Vatican Assassins by Eric Jon Phelps.

We are also aware of the dialectic methods being used to localize the conflict, and effectively insulating the company and producers from the multitude of actors rendering the whole charade, so that in every article we should always remind ourselves to go beyond what is written, i.e. its intended purpose and who will benefit from it.

To some of us, we must understand that as one has rightfully put it, “There’s a method to the madness.”

And some of those methods are detailed here…

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The Hunt for The Duqu Virus

The Digital Hunt for Duqu, a Dangerous and Cunning U.S.-Israeli Spy Virus

By Kim Zetter

Boldizsár Bencsáth took a bite from his sandwich and stared at his computer screen. The software he was trying to install on his machine was taking forever to load, and he still had a dozen things to do before the Fall 2011 semester began at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, where he taught computer science. Despite the long to-do list, however, he was feeling happy and relaxed. It was the first day of September and was one of those perfect, late-summer afternoons when the warm air and clear skies made you forget that cold autumn weather was lurking around the corner.

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