How Israel’s leaders use targeted killings to try to ‘stop history’

The Ugly Truth

Ronen Bergman, author of ‘Rise and Kill First,’ a revelatory history of Israeli strikes on individual enemies, dissects his discoveries and their often discomfiting implications

ed note–the article, encompassing a rather long interview between Times of Israel and Ronen Bergman, author of the new book dealing with Mossad, is long and somewhat tedious and will take some time and several readings in fleshing out the more minor nuances and details associated with it.

But at first glance however, the one thing that the reader of this interview can immediately understand is the following–

That Israel, from the very beginning of its inception, was an operation rooted in criminality, or, put in more specific terms, rooted in organized crime. As such, violence, blackmail, bribery and all the other tools which historically have been associated with organized crime operations OF COURSE went hand in hand with everything that has been associated with…

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Israel develops a global “Goyim Knowing” detector

Diversity Macht Frei

Diaspora Ministry unveils system for tracking online anti-Semitism

The ‘most advanced’ system of its kind in the world can monitor social media posts against Jews in real time, ministry saysIllustrative: Dark forces on the web via Shutterstock

Ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Diaspora Ministry unveiled on Thursday what it said was new technology for detecting anti-Semitic content on the internet.

The software, called the Anti-Semitism Cyber ​​Monitoring System, or ACMS, is “the most advanced development in the world for monitoring anti-Semitism in real time,” the ministry said in a statement.

According to the ministry, the ACMS tracks anti-Semitic posts on social media and can detect how widely they’ve been shared, who is sharing them, and which cities and countries produce the most anti-Semitic content.

The system uses the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism when scanning for content, and will initially monitor posts in English, Arabic, French and German on Facebook and Twitter before…

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Illegal use of FISA Court Warrants to Unmask Survival American Citizens for Political Purpose

Lisa's leaks - 'Madness in the Magnolias'

What kind of data can Big Brother collect under FISA?

The program’s surveillance can be used for all foreign intelligence purposes. The sharpest points of the debate centered on when information about Americans that is gathered by the program can be used for criminal investigations unrelated to terrorism.

President Donald Trump threw Twitter, and members of Congress, into a tizzy when he tweeted a back-and-forth with himself about Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. The reauthorization for Section 702 was up for a vote in the House just hours later — it passed, and now goes to the Senate for consideration — but the President’s tweets arguably brought a little understood surveillance tool to the forefront of public discourse.

At 7:33 a.m., @realDonaldTrump tweeted this: “‘House votes on controversial FISA ACT today.’ This is the act that may have been used, with the help of the discredited…

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