Sunday, December 25, 2016


I just donwloaded a copy of Watson's Order Out of Chaos free from here.

I was interested in what he had to say about Israel and 9/11, because during Israel's war on Gaza in 2014 he produced one video in which he sort of attacked Israel, but during the recent election campaign he appeared to have done a 180 degree turn and now loves Israel.

In his book there is this small section on Mossad and 9/11:
Warnings From Israel

The Israeli intelligence agency Mossad warned the CIA and the FBI in August 2001 that terrorists linked to Osama bin Laden were planning large scale terrorist attacks on highly visible targets of commerce and military, to take place imminently. The CIA completely ignored the warning despite the fact that it correlated with similar urgent warnings from a multitude of other sources,
The Telegraph has learnt that two senior experts with Mossad, the Israeli military intelligence service, were sent to Washington in August to alert the CIA and FBI to the existence of a cell of as many of 200 terrorists said to be preparing a big operation.48

The U.S. Justice Department, from March 2001 onwards, made a series of arrests of Israelis. It later transpired that these were Mossad agents and had prior knowledge of the September 11th attacks. Many of these spies were suspected of being tasked with the logistics of preparing the September 11 attacks.

47 ‘Warning signs’ – Chris Hansen – Dateline NBC – September 23 2001 – available at

48 ‘Israeli security issued urgent warning to CIA of large-scale terror attacks’ - David Wastell – London Telegraph –
September 16 2002 – available at

I have emphasised the relevant sentence: Many of these spies were suspected of being tasked with the logistics of preparing the September 11 attacks.

In other words, Watson is suggesting that Mossad was involved in the execution of 9/11.

Another section deals with the Project for a New American Century (PNAC):
The decision to attack Iraq for the second time was made in September 2000; even before the Bush administration came to power. This decision emerged from a report by the Project For a New American Century. The PNAC describes itself as, “a non-profit educational organization dedicated to a few fundamental propositions: that American leadership is good both for America and for the world; that such leadership requires military strength, diplomatic energy and commitment to moral principle; and that too few political leaders today are making the case for global leadership.” After reading its proposals, I think they should carry a subtitle of, ‘we have no more enemies so to justify massively increased defense spending let’s invent some’. The organization and its goals are a precise example of the thinking behind the Anglo-American establishment bloc.

The document is entitled ‘Rebuilding America’s Defenses: Strategy, Forces and Resources For a New Century’ and was written for Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz. The participants of the project include Harvard University, John Hopkins University, the RAND Corporation and the Carnegie Corporation along with several military figures from the U.S. Naval War College.

But there is no mention of A Clean Break, which also lists Iraq but also Iran, Syria and Lebanon as targets for Israeli aggression.

Since Watson's book was published General Wesley Clark has stated that shortly after 9/11 he was told of a plan for war and regime change in seven countries in five years: the four named in A Clean Break plus Sudan, Libya and Somalia.

Watson does not go into great depth into the extreme Zionist nature of PNAC. Nor does he mention the Dancing Israelis (but does now mention dancing Muslims). But the clue that there is a yuuge Zionist element to the 9/11 attacks is that in 2006 Israel engineered a war on Lebanon, which it somehow lost. And in 2007, I would argue because the plan revealed to Clark was moribund, the USA, Israel and Saudi Arabia agreed that the latter would unleash the worst Sunni Jihadis onto Syria, Lebanon and Iran. This was assisted by British Intelligence organising the smuggling of Jihadis into Syria.

The reason I am writing this is because Donald Trump somehow thinks that it is Iran who is the trouble maker in the Middle East, not Israel and Saudi Arabia.

It is Trump who says that nobody loves Israel more than him. Trump also thinks that, after Netanyahu murdered 520 children in Gaza, Netanyahu is a "a great guy".

But it is also Benjamin Netanyahu who was caught on camera saying that America is a thing that can be easily moved in the right direction, i.e. can be made to do whatever Isrsael wants. Here is Netanyahu saying this:

So we have;
1. an unfinished plan to destroy several nations, with Israel's biggest foe Iran as the outstanding target;
2. a man Donald Trump as President-elect who unconditionally loves Israel and has picked people who are pro-Israel and anti-Iran for the power positions of Defense, National Security Advisor and DCIA;
3. Trump and most of his picks want to rip up the P5+1 deal with Iran, which will destabilise the Middle East a lot;
4. Trump has "tremendous respect" for war criminal Henry Kissinger, and he seeks his advice;
5. Kissinger has recently stated that Iran must be stopped.

And when you add in that Trump is possibly Jewish, that his "greatest friend" Roy Cohn was a CIA/ADL agent (and thus probably Mossad), that Trump bought the CIA/Mossad/mob money laundering front Resorts International and was later busted twice for willful, significant and longstanding violations of anti-money laundering legislation, we have strong evidence that Trump is some sort of agent for an extreme rightist Zionist/CIA/FBI/mob/military network.

What do you think it all means?

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