The Russian embassy in Israel complimented “the wise position of West Jerusalem” after Israel declined to accuse Russia of the Skripal poisoning and instead issued a generic denunciation of the event.i
“Israel is a small nation that has become a high-tech superpower. This is something that is very appealing to the Chinese business person.” Gigi Levi, Israeli venture capitalistii
“…there is most definitely an economic surge taking place in high tech Israel, but it is less a miracle than the fruit of a long series of thefts and manipulations fueled by American tax money and the connivance of a Congress that is always willing to do favors for the country that it appears to love beyond all others.” Phillip Giraldiiii
by Tom Mysiewicz
In quantum theory, so-called “spooky action” relates to the ability of two quantum-linked particles to instantaneously affect each others at great distances. It shouldn’t happen according to the “great” Einstein. But it does because quantum particles don’t have a given state until observed. Take a stream of photons—they’re linked. Use a beam splitter and send one bunch to Earth and leave the others in space. Any changes to the linked photons on Earth are observed and thus instantly reflected in the space photons and vice versa if the process is reversed. (China’s Micius quantum satellite launched in 2016 allows unbreakable two-way quantum-encrypted messages to be sent; however, that’s not the subject of this article.)
For nearly a century, spooky action was considered in physics the equivalent of a conspiracy theory—much like believing that Israel masterminded 911, Oswald did not kill Kennedy, global warming is a complete fraud, or that many wars, mass shootings and other events are staged in various ways to achieve geopolitical goals.
Let’s look at some current events and see if we can detect another type of spooky action in two of these. I call it Mideast-Related Spooky Action (MRSA) after the dangerous flesh-eating disease organism now challenging doctors. Seemingly unconnected events are, in fact, related by nature of a supranational observer.
The first event is the March 4th alleged poisoning of Sergei Skripal—a Russian double agent likely involved in preparing the infamous Steele Trump-urination “Russiagate” report in 2016iv—and his daughter Yulia:
Both walk to a hospital and fully recover from what is called “Novichok” poisoning—they and those around them should be dead
The mass-spectrometry tests are completed in an impossible period and detect the only mass-spectrographic “Novichok” profile in the OPCW records (A-234)
The matter is not turned over for investigation by the OPCW (Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons)
Unproven allegations are made about the origin of the alleged chemical agent by the British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson (of rabbinic lineage on his mother’s side)v
Russia has not manufactured the agent in question and its chemical weapons stocks were destroyed under OPCW/U.S. supervision, and the alleged “Novichok” sites from the Soviet era are subjected to regular OPCW inspections
OPCW and UN investigations of the Skripal affair are blocked and the UK refuses to submit samples as required by the Chemical Weapons Convention, to which it is a signatory.
It turns out that “Novichok”–meaning “newcomer”–is a Western-created name for a program in the old USSR and the claimed compound was no longer produced in Russia (which had destroyed its chemical-weapons stocks.) There were multiple “Novichok” compounds: the structures of these compounds, labeled A-230, A-232, A-234, A-242 and A-262, were published by Mirzayanov in a book in 2008vi, twelve years after he emigrated to the US. An account by another Russian chemist Vladimir Uglev, often cited as corroboration of Mirzayanov’s story, appears on close examination to be about the development of a class of nerve agents denoted GV, which have been studied in several countries including Czechoslovakia and the US. A-234—the alleged agent used on the Skripals–was synthesized in the U.S. in 2009vii and the mass-spectrometry profile was posted on the NIST data base and then mysteriously removed.viii
Subsequently, Iran produced A-234 in 2017 under OPCW auspices. According to former British Ambassador Murray, the attempt was done under OPCW auspices to determine if the agents could be made using commercially-available materials, and the results were immediately reported to the OPCW so they could be added to the chemical weapons database.ix (Something Hillary Clinton and others in the U.S. and U.K. apparently did not want done for some reason according to Wikileaks disclosures of diplomatic cables.)
As explanations go, the idea that the Skripals were poisoned by British intelligence (a suggestion by Russia’s UK Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko)x to prop up the sagging career of Theresa May? Ridiculous. Few politicians are that indispensable and May is not one of them.
Based on flimsy evidence (or the lack thereof) the Russian Government has been blamed and numerous Russian diplomats expelled from the UK, US and various NATO countries—prompting a proportionate response from Russia. Further, additional sanctions are imposed on some of the oligarchs said to be Putin’s leading backers, allegedly to put pressure on him. Pressure to do what? Could it have anything to do with North Korea and Iran and nothing to do with the flimsy Skripal affair? I think so.
Unlike Iran, Israel has not ratified the Chemical Weapons Convention. But neither has North Korea. Which may be what this is all about. For, while Iranian sites are subject to OPCW inspection, any research and weapons it might have in North Korea would not be. I believe Israel would like their proxy, Mr. Trump, his European counterparts, and Mr. Putin to see that they remain the primary non-signatory of the Convention! Confirmation of this theory may be found in Trump’s curious behavior toward Putin: Russia is declared the number one threat to the U.S. run by an evil dictator Putin—then President Trump congratulates him on his reelection and announces he’s going to meet with him! Putin could be offered a return to the good graces of NATO and the EU if he and Lavrov get Iran and North Korea (just visited by Lavrov) to dismantle supposed CBW capabilities—much as they got Syria to do.
Far fetched? It’s worth remembering that Putin has always sought close relations with Israel and is kept in power partly through the good graces of the Chabad Lubbavitcher sect. And so may be counted on to cooperate fully provided it does not endanger Russia’s future role as arms-length peacemaker. Leonid Frolov, Russian Deputy Ambassador to Israel probably explains Putin’s position (and why Zionist Trump will have little trouble with him) best: “In the case of aggression against Israel, not only will the United States stand by Israel’s side—Russia, too, will be by Israel’s side.”xi
The second (related) event I want to hold up for MRSA testing is the announcement of steep tariffs on a number of Chinese products by President Trump. To believe Trump, this action is being taken solely for the benefit of American workers and American companies.
Trump correctly points out China has an almost organized system of piracy of intellectual property (I have experienced this myself in the 1980s and early 1990s.) However, he leaves out the role Sheldon Adelson and Bibi Netanyahu may have played in his decision–one that could be a major revenue producer for the Israeli state. Also, he leaves out the fact that the tariffs don’t go into effect for 60 days and this bargaining tactic may also be a way to strongarm China to make North Korea (DPRK) sign the Chemical Weapons Convention, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and/or break off its weapons development work with Iran. That being the case, the Israelis would get a clear accounting of exactly what weapons Iran has access to before attacking it in the future.
Confirming my theory about the intent of the tariffs to compel action on North Korea (for the benefit of Israel primarily) are the otherwise inexplicable recent actions of Trump. President Trump had made implied threats to nuke North Korea if it did not give up its nuclear program, while the U.S. conducts massive military maneuvers on that country’s border. Then he announced a meeting with DPRK President Kim—a man he’d previously branded as a madman. (Trump made no such de-nuclearization demands of other non-NPT-signers—particularly the major nuclear powers Israel and India. Possibly for a reason.xii)
While China is held up as a potential enemy and thief of U.S. technology, the Israelocentric Trump neglected to mention its ever closer cooperation with our favorite ally. Or that his actions could cause a trade war and make Israel a de facto gatekeeper for the import and export of Chinese products and U.S. technology. Under such a scenario, Israel could collect substantial fees as a middleman.
Don’t take my word for it. Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister, stated in March 2017: “We want to marry our technology with China’s capacity…We in Israel are eager to share with China our science and technology that can better the lives of all mankind, and the people of China.”xiii
Chinese investment in Israeli high tech and other companies increased from a small amount to $16.5-billion in 2016 and is probably much higher by now as the U.S. blocks many corporate takeovers by the Chinese government due to security concerns. Trump may be closing the proverbial barn door (after the horse gets out) with his tariffs. The funds for Israeli investment are believed to have come from the $26.3-billion in funds taken off the U.S. table due to concerns about blocked takeovers.xiv
Tomer Bar-Zeev, CEO of Israel’s IronSource, explains that strategic Chinese investors are attractive because they offer Israeli firms a way in to the huge domestic Chinese market, which is otherwise difficult to crack: “Once we became a portfolio company of these Chinese investors, they helped with opening doors in China…where the business community really relies on connections you build there…We are not worried to take Chinese money over U.S. money. If you can deliver, there are endless opportunities.”xv
Israel may not have to worry as much about its technology as much as the U.S. does—for the U.S. is a rich source of that technology. As early as 2010, a report to Congress from the U.S.-China Economic Security Review Commission claimed Israeli billionaire Lev Leviev had business connections with firms providing high-tech and strategic information to Chinese intelligence.xvi
On April 24th, 2008, the Wayne Madsen Report summarized the FBI arrest in the infamous Kadish affair. Kadish was a mechanical engineer who had worked at the U.S. Army’s Armament R&D and Engineering Center at the Picatinny Arsenal, Dover, N.J. Kadish’s handler was Yosef Yagur, Consul for Science Affairs at the Israeli Consulate General in Manhattan.
In the criminal complaint filed by the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York on April 22nd, 2008, Kadish was named a co-conspirator not a defendant—presumably to secure his cooperation. The complaint stated that Kadish took home a classified document concerning nuclear weapons and permitted Yagur to photograph the document in his basement. Yagur previously worked for Israeli Aircraft Industries (IAI) along with Kadish’s brother.
This wasn’t their first dance at the ball. In addition to Kadish, Madsen noted that Yagur and Israel’s Science Attache in the Washington embassy, Ilan Ravid, both had handled convicted U.S. Naval intelligence spy Jonathan Pollard and had hastily returned to Israel in November 1985 after Pollard’s arrest: “Yagur and Ravid both reported to Israeli master spy Rafi Eitan the head of the Israeli Defense Ministry’s Lakam—Lishka LeKishrei Mada (Liaison Bureau for Scientific Affairs), considered a rival to Mossad.”
Unfortunately, the Kadish investigation never led to the capture of a senior Reagan official only known as “Mega”xvii who was supposedly the kingpin of Israel’s high-tech intel gathering in the U.S. But it did show the duplicity of the Israelis, who had claimed Pollard was an “isolated case” and they weren’t going to do it any more and that they were being persecuted by the FBI.
Worth remembering: the friendship between Ashkenazic Jews of the Khazar Empire and the Chinese goes back over 1000 years—even that far back Jews had equal rights in Kaifeng, then the Chinese capital. Starting in the 1880s many more Jews came to China. They helped Mao Zedong fight the Japanese and, after the war, helped him establish the “new China.” This according to a 2014 article in the Jerusalem Post. (Conservative figures put the number of Chinese killed during Mao’s tenure at 60-million.)
Successful or not, the Skripal affair and Trump’s trade-war strategy indicate the depths of subjugation the West—and possibly all the major powers—have sunken to in subordinating their national interests to the strategic goals of a foreign power.
Coming soon: A brief companion article dealing with the Soviet WMD program, why countries like Iran and North Korea feel they need chemical and nuclear weapons, and the history of multiple probable Israeli assassinations of scientists from these and other countries, including Russia. Also, past covert attacks on suspected sites involving joint Israeli-U.S. collaboration.
i “Russia Compliments ‘The Wise Position of West Jerusalem’ in Spy Affair,” by Hagay Hacohen, The Jerusalem Post, March 17th, 2018. http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Russia-compliments-the-wise-position-of-West-Jerusalem-in-spy-affair-545326
ii “With Strong Tech Ties, Is Israel China’s New Best Friend?” by Maya Yarowski, cNocamels-Israeli Innovation News, May 3rd, 2015
iii “Stealing Success Tel Aviv Style,” by Phillip Giraldi, AntiWar.com, Jan. 28th, 2010 http://original.antiwar.com/giraldi/2010/01/27/stealing-success-tel-aviv-style/
iv “It was of course Christopher Steele and Orbis Intelligence who produced for the Clinton camp the sensationalist dossier on Trump links with Russia –including the story of Trump paying to be urinated on by Russian prostitutes—that is a key part of the “Russiagate” affair…And it seems more probable to me that Sergei Skripal contributed to the Orbis Intelligence dossier on Trump…He could add the proper acronym of a Russian committee here or the name of a Russian official there, to make it seem that Steele was providing hard intelligence,” says Craig Murray, a former British Ambassador. Indeed, Skripal’s outdated knowledge may be the reason for the glaring errors in the Steele report, Murray adds. https://www.therussophile.org/skripal-novichok-russia-israel-syria-mi6-and-salisbury.html/
v Johnson got where he is thanks to the Brexit vote—which passed with the help of the same organization (or offshoots) that scripted President Trump’s 2016 election campaign. Cambridge Analytica had Steve Bannon as one of its directors, close ties to Israel and British Intelligence, and got much data from Zuckerberg’s Facebook operation. In the wake of the Brexit vote and prior to Trump’s election in 2016 I predicted Trump and Boris Johnson would be standing together as U.S. president and British PM in 2017. I had mistakenly predicted Johnson would be made Prime Minister and would work with Trump to achieve Israel’s strategic goals. Perhaps, to avoid being so obvious, Johnson was given his current role as Foreign Secretary. Not a big difference. See: “Brexit: A Bucket of Cold Water for You,” by Tom Mysiewicz, Renegade Tribune, June 27th, 2016 http://www.renegadetribune.com/brexit-bucket-cold-water/ Also see: “…the Brexit movement is overwhelmingly dominated not just by common or garden Zionists, but by hard-core Zionist ultras…Boris Johnson, the part-Jewish de facto frontman for Brexit, describes himself as “a passionate Zionist” and supports with an equal passion both the corrupt City of London and mass migration to Europe,” Northsider writing in the Fitzpatrick Informer, June 2016 https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2016/06/25/brexit-another-zionist-dialectic/
vi “State Secrets: An Insider’s View of the Russian Chemical Weapons Program,” by Vil S. Mirzayanov, Outskirts Press (2008) https://books.google.com/books/about/State_Secrets.html?id=ldpNPgAACAAJ
vii Boris Johnson allegedly told the Russian ambassador that the compound detected was A-234. Russian experts have revealed that the mass spectrometry profile of this compound was submitted to a public database by a researcher (Dr. Dennis Rohrbaugh) in the U.S. Army’s Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center around 1998, indicating that the U.S. researcher had synthesized and studied this compound. To perform mass spectrometry of such a compound, obviously, one must have a sample of the compound to analyze.
viii “Doubts about Novichok,” by Prof. Paul Mckeigue, Prof. Piers Robinson and Jake Mason, Global Research, April 5th, 2018. https://www.globalresearch.ca/doubts-about-novichok/5634828 The authors point out that the accession number 226889 for A-234 in the NIST Spectral Analysis database has now been deleted. The above article contains 2009 secret cables from Hillary Clinton as well as UK entities instructing OPCW participants to squelch any debate or discussion about this class of compounds? Why?
x “Russia Claims the Skripal Poisoning Was Staged by the British Intelligence,” Zero Hedge, April 1st, 2018 and See also https://www.rt.com/uk/422911-uk-staged-skripal-poisoning-theory/
xi “Israel’s New Friend: Russia,” Hamodia—The Daily Newspaper of Torah Jewry, February 15th, 2018 http://hamodia.com/2018/02/15/israels-new-friend-russia/
xii India and Israel recently signed major agreements on science, agriculture and technology when Narendra Modi’s visited Netanyahu. Weapons systems still remain a key driver of Indian-Israeli cooperation. The countries further agreed to create a bilateral technology innovation fund worth $40-million. https://www.cnbc.com/2017/07/06/modi-visit-to-israel-agreements-signed-in-defense-and-technology.html
xiii “In Beijing, Netanyahu looks to ‘marry Israel’s technology with China’s capacity’,” by Raphael Ahren, The Times of Israel, March 21st, 2017 https://www.timesofisrael.com/in-beijing-netanyahu-looks-to-marry-israels-technology-with-chinas-capacity/
xvi “U.S. Ties Israeli Billionaire with Chinese Intelligence,” by Yossi Melman, Haaretz, Jan. 28th, 2010