Apartheid Israel
The polonium allegedly used to kill Alexander "Sasha" Litvinenko has now been traced not only to the dead mans' own home and that of Russian Oligarch in exile Berezovsky, but also to the headquarters of "security and risk management company", Erinys International. "Security and risk management company" is simply a politically correct name to describe those companies that hire and then rent out ruthless mercenaries to carry out the US government's dirty work in Iraq - the murder of any Iraqi who gets in the way of the US corporate looting of Iraq's wealth.

Such "private" firms are required because, to use US or British troops to protect US and European big business operations in Iraq would immediately expose the real reason for the Iraq invasion. Of the dozens of such "security and risk management" companies currently with their hands in the Iraq cookie jar, the vast majority were established since the US invasion of Iraq. No coincidence there.

One of the founders of Erinys is Sean Cleary a South African and ex-Apartheid era official. Sean Cleary is closely linked with Jonas Savimbi, leader of the UNITA rebel movement in Angola. (take note of the mention of Angola, it comes back to haunt us later). Erinys has its headquarters in the CIA/MI6/Mossad international drug running playground of Dubai. Erinys was awarded an $80-million contract to provide security for Iraq's oil infrastructure in the summer of 2003. Today, Erinys has more than 15,000 employees and is the biggest employer in the private security business in Iraq.In 2003, Cleary left Erinys and was replaced by Alastair Morrison.

Alastair Morrison spent the 1990's running a private security firm named Defence Systems Limited (DSL) with Richard N. Bethell. In 1997, Major General Stephen Carr-Smith, a senior staffer, explained that the company's clients included "petrochemical companies, mining or mineral extraction companies and their subsidiaries, multinationals, banks, embassies, non-governmental organizations, national and international organizations--those people who operate in a very dodgy, hostile type of environment." Translating this from corporate speak we understand that such companies are used to create "very dodgy, hostile types of environment" in certain nation states in order to facilitate big business-sponsored coups. DSL also provided "counter-insurgency" training for security forces in Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea and Mozambique. (Again, take note of the mention of Mozambique).

Richard N. Bethell is an ex British SAS soldier who worked with Tim Spicer, who is a former officer with the Scots Guard, an "elite" regiment of the British military and who has been investigated for illegally smuggling arms and planning military offensives to support mining, oil, and gas operations around the world. On May 25, 2004, the US Army Transportation command awarded Spicer's company, Aegis Defense Services, the contract to coordinate all the security for Iraqi reconstruction projects. The Aegis "security and risk management" company grabbed the headlines last year with the release of video taken by "security contractors" in Iraq which showed them arbitrarily firing on and killing Iraqi civilians in their cars. Bethell, who is nicknamed 'Tarzan' because of his long blond locks, personally organized a training mission of the Colombian police's elite force in 1990. Training Colombian police forces...hmmm... now where have I heard that before:

From my article Litvinenko: By Way of Deception part 2:
In 2002, at the same time as Scaramella says he was completing his duties for the ECPP, he also started a school of national security in Colombia to train local police.
Scaramella, you will remember, lunched with Litvinenko in a London Sushi bar on November 1st this year, immediately after which Litvinenko began to feel ill, dying three weeks later.
Other Erinys employees, charged with training the local Iraqi guards, included two South Africans who served as secret police in the apartheid regime. One of the men, Francois Strydom, was killed earlier this year when a bomb exploded outside Baghdad's Shaheen Hotel. The other, Deon Gouws, was seriously injured in the same explosion.

Strydom was a member of Koevoet, a notoriously brutal counterinsurgency arm of the South African military that operated in Namibia during the neighboring state's fight for independence in the 1980s. Gouws, who was a former officer in South Africa's Vlakplaas, a secret police unit, received amnesty application from the Truth And Reconciliation Commission after admitting to between 40 and 60 bombings of political activists' houses in 1986; a car bombing that claimed the life of Kwa Ndebele homeland cabinet minister and African National Congress activist Piet Ntuli; and an arson attack on the home of Mamelodi doctor Fabian Ribiero.
One thing I forgot to mention about the abovementioned Richard N. Bethell who consorts with such types; he also happens to be the sixth Baron Westbury. British "nobility" indeed.

Soon after the 2003 Pentagon security contract was granted to Erinys, the company started recruiting many of its guards from the ranks of the "Free Iraqi Forces", an Iraqi army group formed by CIA asset and Iraqi exile Ahmed Chalabi, with funding from the Pentagon. This prompted allegations that Erinys was creating a private army, which it was, but it was a private army paid for by the Pentagon. Chalabi's "Free Iraqi forces" are made up of tens of thousands of former Iraqi soldiers, policemen, security guards and general scum bags who left the country for one reason or another during the reign of Saddam Hussein. This private Pentagon army are responsible for most of the "death squad" murders that have plagued Iraq for the past two years. The goal of such apparently senseless mass murder is the forced creation of the 'reality' of "civil war" between Iraq's Sunni and Shia populations. The Pentagon desires "civil war" in Iraq for three main reasons:
--To distract, confuse and demoralise real Iraqi insurgents who are attempting to evict US forces from Iraq

--To demoralise and traumatise Iraqi civilians, both Shia and Sunni in the hope that they will turn against the insurgency and demand peace and any cost.

--To draw the real Iraqi insurgency's attention and fire away from US troops.
Erinys' counsel in Baghdad has been Ahmed Chalabi's nephew, Salem Chalabi. Not long after the "fall of Baghdad":
Salem Chalabi established the Iraq International Law Group (IILG), which describes itself as "your professional gateway to the new Iraq." Assisting Salem in setting up the IILG was a partner Marc Zell (the IILG's website has been registered in Zell's name). Zell is an Israeli settler of the Gush Emunim (Bloc of the Faithful) stripe. Here the plot thickens.

Zell had for many years been arch Neocon and Rabid Zionist Douglas Feith's partner in their Washington-Tel Aviv law firm, Feith and Zell (FANDZ). Until last year Feith was Under Secretary of Defense for Policy under Bush. FANDZ had been set up when Feith left government (the first time) to pursue the work of a "foreign agent" representing Turkey and some Israeli interests.

Following the Baghdad opening of the IILG, Zell soon opened, in the U.S., an office for Zell, Goldberg & Co., which promises to assist "American companies in their relations with the U.S. government in connection with Iraq's reconstruction projects." It is interesting to note that Zell, Goldberg still uses the website FANDZ, the site of the old Feith and Zell firm. So when Zell boasts his connections to government, businesses know exactly what is meant.

In the relatively short period of time since the fall of the Ba'ath Party regime, IILG and Zell, Goldberg have facilitated contracts in the tens, possibly hundreds of millions of dollars.
Feith and Chalabi were at the forefront of the plundering of Iraq's resources in order to fill the coffers of American and Israeli big business. Feith also promised the Israelis and their U.S. supporters that, not only would post-Saddam Iraq trade with Israel, but it would resurrect the Iraq-Israel pipeline for oil export.

Coming back to Litvinenko: for traces of Polonium, a biological weapon, to be found in the offices of a company founded by a former official in the South Africa apartheid regime immediately raises red flags.
Biowar and the Apartheid Legacy

By Salim Muwakkil, In These Times

June 6, 2003

A two-part story in the Washington Post on April 20 and 21, 2003 revealed that biological agents developed by the South African government during its apartheid days have fallen into private hands. Written by Post reporters Joby Warrick and John Mintz, the piece noted that unique, race-specific strains of biotoxins were available on the world market - for the right price or the right ideology. [...] The top-secret program that [South African scientist] Basson directed was called Project Coast, and it lasted from 1981 to 1993. The South African National Defense Force created it at a time when the white-minority regime was under increasing threat by indigenous black South Africans. Daan Goosen, the former director of Project Coast's biological research division, told the Post he was ordered by Basson to develop ways "to suppress population growth among blacks" and to "search for a 'black bomb,' a biological weapon that would select targets based on skin color."

[...] The Washington Post even noted, "Goosen says many scientists kept copies of organisms and documents in order to continue work on 'dual-use' projects with commercial as well as military applications." A May 2002 story on Project Coast in the Wall Street Journal reported that Goosen said he has been "visited by scores of people looking for 'stuff to kill the blacks.'" Race-specific weapons naturally are in hot demand among racists, so it's no surprise that South Africa's race-specific research is highly coveted. [...] Reported links between Israel's ethnic weapons and South Africa's Project Coast are tentative; some would say tenuous. But the possibility of such links is terrifying, and justifies as much scrutiny as was focused on Iraq's imaginary arsenal.
The Apartheid regime in South Africa was the work of the Boers, who were Dutch, that is, white Europeans. Deep-seated racism was at the heart of the South African apartheid regime, and it is very clear that the current Zionist leaders in Israel possess a very similar racism and hatred towards the Palestinians. It is extremely interesting to note that the main Zionist leaders in Israel, like their vanguard in Washington, are anything but Semitic. Many ordinary Jews however, are as Semitic as the Palestinians. Genetically speaking, they are brothers. If the caucasian Zionist leaders hate Palestinians for their race - their genetics as it were - how do they view Semitic Israeli Jews? Something to think about in terms of the very perilous conditions the Zionist leaders have carefully created for ALL people in the Middle East. Of course, if we consider the fact that both American and Israeli leaders deliberately murdered almost 3,000 mainly white Americans on 9/11, we must ultimately conclude that, at the highest level, it is not a case of black versus white or Arab, but rather the psychopaths in power against the rest of us.
Profile of Bilateral Relations

State of Israel

History of Relations

Israel established a Legation in South Africa in 1952 and in 1974 it was upgraded to an Embassy. In 1972 South Africa established a Consulate General in Tel Aviv which was upgraded to an Embassy in December 1975. Israel continued to enjoy close relations with the Apartheid Government in South Africa.
While many African countries had seen Israel as an ally in the fifties and early sixties, another country struggling to survive in a hostile climate, after the wars of 1967 and 1973, their view had changed and Israel was now the neighborhood bully. For more on this, see the article Africa, Arabia, and Israel: Forty-Five Years of Relations.

South Africa had seen two of its neighbors become "Popular Republics" under Marxist-inspired "People's Armies" after the fall of the Salazar regime in Portugal in 1974. So both Israel and South Africa had a siege mentality, believing they were surrounded by enemies.
Africa, Arabia, and Israel Forty-Five Years of Relations

[...] In the wake of the 1973 Yom Kippur War between Israel and the joint forces of Egypt and Syria, almost all of sub-Saharan Africa broke off diplomatic relations with Israel completely. And in 1975, the Arab League states succeeded in passing a motion on the floor of the United Nations General Assembly, equating Zionism with racism and South African apartheid. It passed in large measure to the near-automatic support the resolution received from the sub-Saharan African states. Although there is evidence that several African nations wished to maintain covert relations with Israel, privately insisting that its public condemnation of Israel was merely an act for show, designed to placate the Arab states, to many Israelis, this hypocrisy was an unimaginable slight that could not easily be forgiven. It was said that, in response to this overwhelming rejection, "Israel pursued its relationship with South Africa with an element of vindictiveness."

Israel and South Africa

(Excerpted from the book Israeli Foreign Policy)

by Jane Hunter

South End Press, 1987Israel has also been connected with the mercenary forces deployed by South Africa against Angola and Mozambique. In the 1970s Israel aided the FNLA (Angolan National Liberation Front) proxy forces organized and trained by the CIA to forestall the formation of a government led by the MPLA (Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola-now the ruling party of Angola).

John Stockwell, who ran the CIA operation against Angola, recollected three arms shipments Israel made in cooperation with the CIA: a plane full of 120 mm shells sent via Zaire to the FNLA and Unita; a shipment of 50 SA-7 missiles (all of which were duds); a boat-load sent to neighboring Zaire in a deal that the Israelis had worked out with President Mobutu, even though the Zairian strong man had broken ties with Israel two years earlier.
Remember I said to take note of the mention of Angola and Mozambique? That the founders of the biggest "security contractor" companies operating in Iraq are veterans of operations there? What are we to make of the fact that:

Israel has also been connected with the mercenary forces deployed by South Africa against Angola and Mozambique.

--the Polonium used to kill Litvinenko was traced back to the security contractor offices of a former South African apartheid official

--who is closely associated with a leader of the UNITA rebel movement in Angola

--and was also a partner of Alastair Morrison who spent the 1990's running a private security firm named Defence Systems Limited (DSL) with Baron Bethell

--and that DSL provided "counter-insurgency" training for security forces in Mozambique

--added to the fact that the polonium was also traced to the offices of Russian oligarch Berezovsky, who happens to hold Israeli citizenship.

Before we decide, let's look closer at Israeli-South African connections:
South Africa's Nuclear Policy

Ruchita Beri, Research Fellow, IDSA

The political changes in the Southern African region heightened the security concerns of South Africa. The end of Portuguese rule in Africa after the 1974 Lisbon coup and the subsequent accession to power of Communist regimes in Angola (MPLA) and Mozambique (Freelimo) enhanced the encirclement by Communist forces regionally. The mid- 1970s also saw the intensification of the anti-apartheid struggle within South Africa-in the apartheid government's perception, sponsored by the Communist forces.

Thus, perceiving itself to be encircled by Communist forces, the South African government promoted a militarist ideology legitimising the use of force by the state to counter that threat, codified in the concept "Total National Strategy" to coordinate its national security planning. This ultimately involved a nuclear deterrent capability.

The arrival of Cuban troops in Angola after the establishment of the MPLA regime provided the final stimulus. Defence Minister P.W. Botha spelled out the defence requirements to meet this challenge as "South Africa can establish a balanced defence force to defend itself against terrorism...and this we are fully able to do....Secondly, we must have a deterrent to be able to resist a fairly heavy conventional attack on South Africa."3 This statement was quite ambiguous; however, one could reach the conclusion that both conventional and nuclear capabilities would be pursued by South Africa. Ambiguity became the trademark of the South African nuclear policy in the apartheid era.
The attitudes of the two countries can be summed up by this comment from Jane Hunter, cited above:
It has also been said that those arms sales are understandable, given the striking similarities between the two countries in their day-to-day abuse and repression of their subject populations, South African blacks and Palestinians under Israeli rule; in their operating philosophies of apartheid and Zionism; and in their similar objective situations: "the only two Western nations to have established themselves in a predominantly nonwhite part of the world," as a South African Broadcasting Corporation editorial put it. That understanding, however, is somewhat superficial, and the focus on similarities of political behavior has somewhat obscured the view of the breadth and depth of the totality of Israeli-South African relations and their implications.
Another factor cementing the relationship was the embargo placed on South Africa following the riots of 1975 and the international outcry over the death of Stephen Biko.
South Africa: 1962 - 1989 Access to Critical Events in Recent U.S. Policy Toward South Africa

The second period (1976-1980) deals primarily with the response of the U.S. government and the international community to the South African government's brutal reaction to the June 1976 student revolt, the death of Steve Biko (the leader of the Black Consciousness Movement), South Africa's subsequent security crackdown on opponents of apartheid and the adoption of the U.N. Security Council Resolution that called for a mandatory arms embargo against South Africa.
Because of this, South Africa was isolated, at least "officially", from the world.

One of the projects Israel and South Africa undertook together was the development of nuclear weapons. Hunter continues:
Israel's relations with South Africa are different than its interactions with any of its other arms clients. That Israel gave South Africa its nuclear weapons capability underscores the special nature of Tel Aviv's relations with the white minority government and begins to describe it - a full-fledged, if covert, partnership based on the determination of both countries to continue as unrepentant pariahs and to help each other avoid the consequences of their behavior.

Arms industry

Nuclear Apprentice

There are few areas where the respective needs and advantages of Israel and South Africa dovetailed so perfectly as in the field of nuclear cooperation.

"The most powerful reason for Israeli willingness to bear the undesirable consequences of expanded and more open trade with South Africa may be her desire to acquire material necessary to manufacture nuclear weapons," wrote a military analyst in 1980.' To that must be added Israel's great desire to test the nuclear weapons it already had, and the attractions of South Africa's vast territory and proximity to even vaster uninhabited spaces-the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
This cooperation is also discussed here:

Note: Details about the Blaauw case are provided in the Africa Confidential article. ..... According to information released regarding the secret mid-1980s extortion trial of Johann Blaauw, a brigadier in the South African army, South Africa and Israel participated in four clandestine nuclear deals in the mid-1970s. Blaauw was found not guilty of trying to extort mining concessions from Minister of Mines Fanie Botha in a trial in 1989 [1].

The first nuclear deal occurred shortly after the Yom Kippur War in 1973 when "Benjamine," a member of the Israel Council for Scientific Liaison, asked Blaauw to acquire South African yellowcake which Israel could use for weapon-grade plutonium. ("Benjamine" is believed to be Benjamin Blumberg, the head of the Israeli Intelligence division Lish Ka l-Kishrei (Lakam) [2].)

After discussions with Gen. Hendryk van den Bergh, head of the Bureau of State Security (BOSS), South African Prime Minister John Vorster eventually agreed to sell 50 metric tons of yellowcake to Israel. The deal was handled by Minister of Mines Fanie Botha, who replaced Piet Koornhog [Koornhof] after Koornhog opposed the sale. Uranium Enrichment Corporation Chairman Ampie Roux was also aware of the deal.

During his testimony, Blaauw said that "a high degree of confidence was developing between the South African and Israeli governments which involved the exchange of military technology, joint aeronautic ventures, and the supply of 'know-how' by Israel to South Africa in regard to the manufacture of weaponry."
It is clear then that relations between the apartheid regimes in Israel and South Africe were very close. Not only were nuclear weapons part of the partnership, but strategy and tactics in dealing with their enemies, both internal and external were also an important part of the collaboration. Jane Hunter again:
The South Africans began teaching the lessons of Israel's 1967 war at their maneuver school, and Israeli advisers began teaching the Boers the arts of suppressing a captive population and keeping hostile neighbors off balance...

The white government's practice of domestic counterinsurgency combines outright military brutality with the extensive use of informers and collaborators. It is impossible to know how many refinements of these age-old techniques have been borrowed from the Israelis' occupation of the West Bank, Gaza, and the Golan Heights.

The Israeli system of village leagues is obviously comparable to the hated town councils imposed on segregated townships by the apartheid government. The collective punishment employed by the Israelis, such as the destruction of a whole family's home when one of its members is arrested as a suspect in an act of resistance, has lately been matched by the recent South African practices of sealing off townships, and assaulting entire funeral processions.

What is perhaps more salient is the South African victims' perceptions of Israel's involvement in their oppression and how readily that perception is communicated...
And when the population you are systematically trying to annihilate fights back, how do you justify it? Why, you call it "terrorism" of course!. Hunter continues:
The Frontline States

The South Africans noted that their May, 1983 aerial attack (dubbed Operation Shrapnel) on Mozambique's capital, Maputo, was analogous to Israel's attack on Beirut the previous summer. One analyst, Joseph Hanlon, believes that one of South Africa's objectives in the attack was to see how its version of events would play in the media. It was received very well indeed, according to Hanlon, with the Western press accepting South Africa's claim that its attack was in "retaliation" for an ANC attack and that ANC "bases" were hit.

Instead, the South African Air Force hit a child-care center and private houses with "special fragmentation rockets," leaving 6 dead and 40 wounded. This follows the Israeli practice in Lebanon of speaking about PLO installations while civilians are the actual targets, and attacking with particularly heinous anti-personnel weapons - cluster bombs and phosphorous bombs. [...]

The model provided by Israel, which punishes every internal act of resistance and violent act outside its jurisdiction with a bombing raid on Palestinian targets in Lebanon - almost always refugee camps cynically identified by the Israelis as "terrorist bases" or "headquarters"- has served South Africa well. In January 1986, the white government's radio delivered a commentary on "the malignant presence" of "terrorism" in neighboring states and said "there's only one answer now, and that's the Israeli answer." [...]

Israeli Defense Minister Ariel Sharon was personally involved in the organization, training and equipping of "commando" units of the army of Zaire, especially organized for missions along the borders of the RPA [Angola].

In 1984, the Financial Times (London) wrote of "joint Israeli-South African support for Unita forces." Other sources also report the transfer of Israeli arms and financial support to Unita.

In 1983, Angola's President Jose Eduardo dos Santos told Berkeley, California Mayor Eugene (Gus) Newport that an Israeli pilot had been shot down during a South African attack. The Angolan President showed Newport pictures of captured Israeli weapons. The following year, Luanda reported the capture of three mercenaries who said they had been trained by Israeli instructors in Zaire.

Israel has also been involved with the Mozambican "contras," the South African-backed MNR (Mozambique National Resistance or "Renamo"), which has brought great economic and social distress to Mozambique. Renamo has a particular reputation for ideological incoherence, being regarded by most other right-wing insurgencies as a gang of cutthroats. For several years there have been stories coming from Southern Africa of captured mercenaries of Renamo who say they were trained in neighboring Malawi - one of the four nations to maintain relations with Israel after the Organization of African Unity (OAU) declared a diplomatic embargo in 1973-by Israelis. And more than one report has told of "substantial Israeli aid" to the MNR, thought to have been funded by the CIA and Saudi Arabia as well as South Africa and former Portuguese nationalists.
Two countries, both with the mentality of the "besieged", begin carrying out attacks against their neighbors under the cover of "defence".Sometimes "to see how its version of events would play in the media".

In fact, it looks as if they were field-testing the strategies and tactics that the Israeli Zionists along with Bush and Blair are now imposing upon the US population and the rest of the world. Can you say "mind programming by way of the threat of phony terrorism", or "by way of deception"?

Remember the days before 9/11, when anti-globalization forces were growing stronger and the Zionist state of Israel was finding itself more and more isolated because of its continued butchering of Palestinians in the period following Sharon's provocative visit to the Temple Mount in September 2000 which "sparked the second Intifada"? On the 6th September 2001, a Conference Against Racism was held in South Africa:
Israel and US walk out of UN conference on racism

By Chris Marsden

6 September 2001

The joint US-Israeli walkout from the United Nations conference on racism in Durban, South Africa was something of a foregone conclusion. It was a stage-managed affair, the purpose of which was to portray all opposition to the Zionist state's persecution of the Palestinians as inherently racist.

The original draft resolution to the UN conference stated its "deep concern" at the "increase of racist practices of Zionism and anti-Semitism" and spoke of the emergence of "movements based on racism and discriminatory ideas, in particular the Zionist movement, which is based on racial superiority." It made direct criticisms of Israeli repression against the Palestinians on the West Bank as a "new kind of apartheid, a crime against humanity."

The US and Israel insisted on the removal of any direct reference to Israel.

[...] Israel has also achieved some success in winning a more friendly response from Russia, which is again seeking to challenge US domination of Middle Eastern affairs by offering itself as an honest broker between Israel and the Arab regimes. During the Durban conference Sharon visited Moscow for talks with President Putin to discuss the common threat posed by Islamic terrorism. Sharon has even indicated sympathy for Russia's bloody suppression of Islamic rebel forces in Chechnya and the possibility of a further one million Jewish immigrants from Russia to Israel, armaments and other trade deals.

[...]Shimon Samuels, the head of the Jewish caucus in Durban, declared, "We saw an NGO document that would have made [Hitler's Nazi Party propaganda chief] Goebbels happy. And now it is clear that we are going to see, at the end of the government conference, resolutions that can be called the UN's Mein Kampf."

Mordechai Yedid, Israel's official spokesman at the conference, insisted there could be no condemnation of Israel in the resolution. He told the plenary meeting prior to the US-Israeli departure, "anti-Zionism, the denial of Jews the basic right to a home, is nothing but anti-Semitism, pure and simple." Yedid derided the Arab regimes proposals to criticize Israel's treatment of the Palestinians as "a group of states for whom the terms 'racism', 'discrimination', and even 'human rights' simply do not appear in their domestic lexicon". The UN resolution, he continued, was "the most racist declaration in a major international organization since World War Two".

His remarks prompted a walkout by Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher, who represents one of the most pro-US of all the Arab states.

Announcing its withdrawal from the conference, US Secretary of State Colin Powell denounced any attempt to single out "only one country in the world, Israel, for censure and abuse'" and any suggestion that apartheid existed in Israel. For his part, Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres proclaimed, "We were portrayed in an insulting and baseless manner as a colonial nation. The Arab League, all of it, has come out against peace."

The right-wing media in Israel marched to the same tune. An article in the September 4 Jerusalem Post by Yossi Olmert described the Durban conference as "the mirror image of the Nuremberg rallies, in which the Nazis propagated their anti-Jewish messages, striving hard to delegitimise the Jews, as an inevitable step leading to their eventual liquidation." He conceded reluctantly that "not all the participants in Durban are Nazis, maybe not even a majority of them, but too many are, and they clearly give this shameful gathering its true character".
For the psychopath, when he is exposed, the natural response is to wax indignant and accuse others of what he himself is guilty. Did you happen to notice the date of this conference?

Five days later the world would explode. The field trials carried out for thirty years by the Israelis and South Africans would be implemented throughout the world. The battle against "terrorism" would become the justification for imposing the New American-Israeli Tyranny on the world.

The most important thing to note in the above however, is not that Zionist politicians were again trying to equate anti-Zionism with hatred of Jews, but rather the mention of Sharon and Putin and their little chat:
"During the Durban conference Sharon visited Moscow for talks with President Putin to discuss the common threat posed by Islamic terrorism. Sharon has even indicated sympathy for Russia's bloody suppression of Islamic rebel forces in Chechnya and the possibility of a further one million Jewish immigrants from Russia to Israel, armaments and other trade deals."
We wonder what advice Sharon had to give Putin in combating the "common threat posed by Islamic fundamentalism". Perhaps he warned Putin not to become complacent in the face of the "Islamic Chechen extremists". After all, Sharon and the Zionists understand what makes Islamic terrorists tick. Maybe Putin should have heeded Sharon's warning, because just 3 years later, in September 2004, "armed militants" seized a school in the southern Russian town of Beslan, taking more than 1,000 hostages. The militants demanded Russian troops leave nearby Chechnya in much the same way that other "Islamic terrorists" have pointedly shouted "Allahu Akbar" or made demands for the US to leave Iraq or Israel to leave Palestine before bizarrely murdering innocent people, sometimes their own people. Three days after the Beslan siege began, it ended in an explosion of violence that left hundreds dead, including many children. Indeed, in the aftermath of the Beslan massacre, Sharon was quick to capitalise on the tragedy, stating:
"Last Friday, the entire world was shocked by the horrific massacre that was perpetrated by terrorists in Russia. It has been proven again that terrorism does not distinguish between blood and blood, between adults and children. Israel, which has been struggling against terrorism for many years, stands alongside the Russian people and sends its condolences."
For his part, Putin took a different stance blaming the attack on "foreign foes seeking to tear apart Russia and on corrupt officials."

On November 27, 2004, the Interfax news agency reported Alexander Torhsin, head of the parliamentary commission, as saying that there was evidence of involvement by a foreign intelligence agency. He declined to say which, but said "when we gather enough convincing evidence, we won't hide it".

I wonder who Putin and Torshin meant. Apparently more powerful forces in Russia preferred that the name of that foreign intelligence agency remained private, because when the parliamentary commission released their official report two months later, all it found was that "Russian and Beslan government officials did not do all their best to prevent the attack."

Interestingly, the Chechen separatist leader Aslan Maskhadov immediately denied that his forces were involved in the siege. A few days later, Shamil Basayev, another Chechen separatist, issued a statement claiming responsibility for the siege. Sadly however, before he could be brought to trial, Basayev was killed in July 2006. While Russian FSB agents claimed responsibility,a pro-rebel website said Basayev and three other militants died when a lorry carrying explosives blew up accidentally.

Dead men tell no tales, as they say.

In recent years Zionist leaders have been loudly declaring that "anti-Semitism is on the rise" and that the only safe place for Jews is within Israel's illegal borders. The primary 'evidence' for this claim is the 'reality' of 'Islamic terrorism', be it Arabs, Chechens or "al-Qaeda".

It should be clear then that Private Security and risk management companies such as Erinys are intricately connected to the British, American and Israeli governments, their intelligence agencies and therefore the banking and corporate cartels that control those (and most other) governments. Behind these cartels are the Russian, American and British Oligarchs, people like Berezovsky, Lord Bell and a plethora of other "aristocratic" establishment figures. It then becomes clear that the tracing of the polonium used to kill Litvinenko to the British headquarters of the security contractor company Erinys is an indirect, but very tangible link back to the real power behind the British government.

For such people however, nationality has little if any significance, because nationality is a very human concept and they, being psychopaths, rightly see themselves as very different from the masses of ordinary humanity. At present, these oligarchs are engaged in what can only be termed 'domination of the globe', an 'art form' they have been successfully practicing for many, many years. What we are dealing with in such types is 'deviant humanity' - psychopathy - human beings with no other reason to live than to manipulate and control the rest of us. Central to the plans of this Pathocracy is "population reduction", something that has historically been achieved primarily through the deliberate creation of needless war, which to them of course, is anything but needless.

So are we beginning to see a pattern here, albeit a rather complex one? A snaking trail of deceit involving Israeli passport-holding Russian oligarchs; South African and Israeli apartheid; the production and trafficking of nuclear, biological, chemical and ethnically specific weapons by those nations; the participation of the US military and hired British, American, South African and Dutch mercenaries to effect the overthrow of sovereign states by way of manufactured false flag "terrorism", which is also used to drive a wedge between the West and the Islamic world; all of which brings us full circle back to nuclear, biological, chemical and ethnic specific weapons, and the final solution plan of the last remaining "democratic" apartheid state: Israel.