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Adelsons - Gingrich - Netanyahu - Glenn Beck *Must Read* (it's long, though) article

Hi, all - Here's something you won't be finding in the MSM -
an in-depth article that gets down to some of the sordid details
of the relationship between Zionist casino billionaire Sheldon
Adelson, Israeli Prime Minister "Bibi" Netanyahu, Newt Gingrich, etc.
although the article doesn't mention the Foundation for Defending
Democracies, which Adelson and Gingrich are also associated with -
which is where James Kirchik (author of the hit piece "exposes" about
the RP newsletters) works.


It's long, but very well written - by Max Blumenthal and if you read it
you'll know a lot about the players and relationships and what's at stake.
It illustrates both how well and truly in deep doo doo we are,
and how important Dr. Paul's candidacy is if we are to have any hope
of reclaiming our sovereignty.

from the article:

When the right-wing Zionist Organization of America honored Beck
this November with a prize named after Sheldon Adelson and his wife,
Miriam, Netanyahu displayed his gratitude in a videotaped tribute.
“Glenn, you can be sure that if Sheldon and Miri Adelson put their
name to something, it must stand for a lot. You stand for a lot…
And I want to tell you how deeply we appreciate this stand of
courage and integrity.”

Yeah, Glenn, it *does* stand for a lot..

btw - Kirchik is still cranking out anti-Paul pieces. The latest one is
mostly condemning progressives for their growing support for Dr. Paul.


Well,at least attacks like this indicate that someone is worried enough
to keep producing them, so we must be doing something right.

Do run run, Ron!

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Some interesting stuff.

However, Blumenthal reveals himself as a propagandist also, with some real whoppers, such as implying that the NY Times has any credibility, that Gingrich and Santorum are "conservatives" when it is clear fact that they are big-gov't progressives, and that "Vince Foster committed suicide", among other things.

I applaud the good things in the article, but it's clear that Max has some blinders on himself, and fails to take them off when writing this article.
He's a partisan, and so he has tainted a mostly good article with his own brand of propaganda, which was a shame.