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(1) The Impeachment farce is basically a Jewish affair - Haaretz(2) Soros' grip on the EU Parliament - he has about 25% of all MP's in his pocket(3) Giuliani says US diplomats were doing the bidding of George Soros in Ukraine(4) Graham seeking Transcripts of Biden Phone Calls with Ukraine Leader(5) Assange: I am counting on you to continue my work and save my life(1) The Impeachment farce is basically a Jewish affair - HaaretzFrom: "israel shamir israel.shamir@gmail.com [shamireaders]" <shamireaders-noreply@yahoogroups.com>Jews Impeach Trump, Trump Woos JewsISRAEL SHAMIRNOVEMBER 21, 2019http://www.unz.com/ishamir/jews-impeach-trump-trump-woos-jews/The impeachment farce is basically a Jewish affair, noted the Israeli daily Haaretz <https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium-trump-impeachment-holds-pitfalls-and-perils-for-american-jews-1.8131087> .The soul and engine of the impeachment is Adam Schiff, ‘Shifty Schiff’ in Trump’s colourful expression. His name brings to mind the Jewish banking house of Schiff, top Jewish aristocracy of money and media. The second man is Greedy Goldman, or Daniel Sachs Goldman, the chief interrogator in the impeachment hearings. Sachs Goldman or Goldman Sachs, another top Jewish name and bank. The third Jew in the heart of the impeachment is infamous George Soros. Haaretz could add that the top witnesses for prosecution are also Jewish, the bizarre Gordon "Zelensky loves your ass" <https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/nov/20/gordon-sondland-trump-impeachment-ukraine-quid-pro-quo> Sondland, or Vindman the Spy. Trump would never dare to notice this remarkable coincidence, concludes Haaretz. Only antisemites would.Instead of pointing this open conspiracy out and calling the Americans to save the Republic, President Trump appealed to the Jewish sense of gratitude. He bestowed now his third fabulous gift to the Jewish state, namely recognition of the settlements for-Jews-only on the stolen Palestinian land, after he recognised Jerusalem and the Golan Heights. Or perhaps the fourth, if you’d count his withdrawal out of Iran agreement. He legalised the settlements by the unilateral decision of the superpower, something the Israeli governments never could or dared. If the US were be as omnipotent as it was twenty years ago, that would be the end of Oslo and Geneva agreements, and practically the end of attempts to create a State of Palestine alongside with Israel, something Israeli nationalists wanted all along. With the US engulfed in the cold civil war, it could lead to self-de-legitimisation of the US, or to collapse of Two States paradigm. It is apparently a huge gift to the Jewish state.Trump thought that his generosity would melt Jewish hearts, and they would let him govern in peace. But no, the Jews accept every gift as their due; it is absence of a gift that is surprising and troublesome, probably to be explained by anti-Semitism. They said that his recognition will annoy the Democrats, and they will take it away when they regain the White House.Probably this reaction is exactly what Trump counted on, for he does not care about Palestine or Israel. His target audience is the US Jewry. Trump hopes that the Jews who care about Israel more than they care about the US would switch allegiance and support him, so the Democrats wouldn’t win the next elections and roll back the recognition. Judging by past experience, the Jews will gain by this competition for their favours, while the US will lose, and so will Trump.It is worth our while to see who are the Jewish persons in the impeachment proceedings. Adam Schiff, whether a remote relation to the banker Jacob Schiff or just a namesake, could be a reincarnation of the old man; for he inherited his love for mass immigration and hatred to Russia. Before Jacob Schiff’s time, the US Jewry was a small community. Wealthy, yes, but very small. Jacob Schiff who arrived to the American shore in the mid-19th century, understood that he needed numbers, masses, demography on his side if he wanted Jews to become an important player. He organised mass immigration of Russian and Polish Jews into the US. "He lobbied Congress and President Grover Cleveland to prevent the passage of legislation which would have prevented the massive wave of Russian Jewish immigrants from whom most current New York Jews descend", says the Jewish source. Millions of Jews arrived and eventually changed the US in their own image. Now Adam Schiff wants to import millions of Third Worlders to cement the change started by Jacob.Jacob Schiff’s hatred of Russia had been quite extraordinary, even by the standards of that time. A prominent banker, he issued a war loan to Japan to build its fleet to fight Russia. Accidentally, the fleet built with Schiff’s money had attacked Pearl Harbour some years later, so every victim of the Pacific War and his descendants may sue Schiffs for their contribution.Long before Soros and NED, Jacob Schiff played the regime change game in Russia, bankrolling the revolutionaries. (He contributed to February 1917 revolution, the liberal pro-Western coup, but the Russians screwed him by doing another coup in November 2017 and installing the Bolsheviks; his agents had to flee and Russia regained its independence, while Schiff had lost his investment.)Adam Schiff is rabidly anti-Russian just like Jacob was. He dreams of a regime change in Moscow like Jacob did. He claimed Russian conspiracy had brought Trump to the White House; he refused to accept Mueller’s enquiry results and still insists that the Russians interfered in the US elections. His words of "damning evidence" of collusion with Russia, "more than circumstantial," a scandal of a size "beyond Watergate" had poisoned Russo-American relations, and made Trump presidency a lame duck from the first moment.Adam Schiff is so dishonest and unfair that even the <https://www.wsj.com/articles/schiffs-obstruction-theory-11573776120> WSJ noted his innovation in law. "Is it an impeachable offense for a president to resist impeachment? House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff told CNN last week that White House officials’ refusal to testify in his committee’s impeachment probe could lead to "obstruction of Congress" charges against President Trump." Perhaps, after all, Adam Schiff is a relative to another swindler, Irwin Schiff, who died in federal prison in 2015 while he was serving a 13 years sentence for tax evasion. (Probably it is anti-Semitic to mention the old canard that some Jews could be swindlers, but we’d dare anyway).The chief interrogator Daniel Sachs Goldman has an excellent pedigree for a Jewish macher (wheeler dealer). He went to the school "President Barack Obama’s daughters, Sasha and Malia attended, as well as Chelsea Clinton, former Vice President Joe Biden’s grandchildren, Richard Nixon’s daughter Tricia and Theodore Roosevelt’s son Archibald". His wife is a Vice President of Goldman Sachs Bank, the "great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity", in the famous words of <https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/the-great-american-bubble-machine-195229/> Matt Taibbi. His family had established a special program called The Birthright-Taglit. The name implies that every Jew has a birthright for the land of Palestine, as opposed to its natives. The program allows American Jewish youths to make a free (courtesy of US taxpayer) trip to Israel, to meet other Jewish young men and girls and to fight intermarriage by marrying within the tribe. That’s right, you are forbidden to approve of such racist measures, but Jews are allowed to run it as a tax-exempt charity.Daniel Sachs Goldman’s family is also a founder of New Israel Fund, another tax-exempt, that directs money saved from the US tax authorities (where it could reach goyim) towards Jews-only purposes.George Soros is another prominent Jewish participant in the impeachment proceedings. The old reptilian is so ugly that our soul (being naturally Wildean) feels he is immoral, too. The facts on the ground confirm this premonition. If the Ukraine had been turned from a jolly rotund East European country into pale grim disaster area, he is partly responsible.While the impeachment deals with Trump’s alleged interference in the Ukraine, the case of Trump enemies’ interference in the Ukraine is open and shut. They interfered so rudely in the dealings of the ostensibly sovereign state, that they had a joke among themselves: "The Vienna Convention is optional for our Kiev staff". The Vienna Convention is the international agreement forbidding the diplomats to meddle in the internal affairs of the state they are posted at.Some of this meddling had been done by and for Joe Biden, who robbed the Ukrainian state of ample funds; George Soros had been another beneficiary of the State Department activity.He has a few NGOs there, and the US Embassy under the Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch (another accuser of Trump) actively shilled for them. John Solomon <https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/435906-us-embassy-pressed-ukraine-to-drop-probe-of-george-Soros-group-during-2016> discovered that one of the witnesses for the prosecution in the impeachment hearings, then-embassy Charge d’ Affaires George Kent (now he has risen to the lofty position of the Assistant Secretary of State) demanded from the Ukrainian authorities to drop investigation of Soros’ own NGO, the Anti-Corruption Action Centre (AntAC). Moreover, on March 5, 2019, Ambassador Yovanovitch had delivered a speech asking for "Ukraine’s special anticorruption prosecutor to be removed." And this woman dares to speak of Trump’s interference!George Soros had a regular access to the Ukrainian desk of the State Department, to Assistant Secretary of State Victoria ("F*ck EU") Nuland. It is difficult to separate between the twain, for the AntAC had been jointly funded by the State Department and George Soros. But George Soros is untouchable, for the ADL President Jonathan Greenblatt already determined that "Invoking Soros … is trafficking in some of the worst anti-Semitic tropes."A former Federal Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe DiGenova committed this grievous crime, when he said on the Fox News that George Soros had a daily opportunity to tell the State Department through Victoria Nuland what to do in Ukraine. "Soros ran it. He corrupted FBI officials, he corrupted foreign service officers. George Soros wants to run Ukraine and he’s doing everything he can to use every lever of the United States government to make that happen." DiGenova didn’t mention Jewishness of Soros or of his friend Nuland; it was not necessary. An attack on George Soros is an attack on Jews the world over, concluded a knowledgeable <https://theduran.com/digenova-calls-out-Soros-control-over-state-department-and-fbi/> observer.Joe DiGenova indeed is guilty, but of understatement. George Soros wants to run Ukraine, he said. The Ukraine is a small though profitable part of the world Soros and his companions-in-arms want to run. The US is the more important part, and by running it, they can get the Ukraine for a side dish.The impeachment indeed became an important affair, not as a threat to President Trump, but because it revealed the modus operandi of the liberal Jews. It would be better if instead of Donald Trump their opponent would be a shining knight on a white charger. But we’ve got what we’ve got. These guys should be stopped, and if Trump will do it, bless him.His tactics of bribing Jews with rich gifts of Palestinian patrimony are immoral, and I doubt they will be effective. Probably if he were to call for justice and equality for Palestine he would not have a chance of snowball in hell. By dividing his enemies between Zionists and Liberals, he improves his chances, or so he thinks.For people who cherish and treasure Palestine like I do this is a hard choice. Liberal Jews sound nicer; they speak against Jewish settlements in the occupied territories; they condemn Israeli shelling of Gaza and Syria. But we had a long experience of their ascendancy: they do preciously nothing for Palestine and they allow Israel to commit all possible crimes. A condemnation is not good enough if the flow of weapons and finances is not affected.The Jews are used to play for both teams, and win twice. By going into absolutely forbidden, no-go area of seeing the impeachment team as a Jewish team, this game may be changed. If and when Capitol Hill will be free from occupation, the time for freedom of Jerusalem will also come.Israel Shamir can be reached at <mailto:adam@israelshamir.net> adam@israelshamir.netThis article was first published at The Unz Review(2) Soros' grip on the EU Parliament - he has about 25% of all MP's in his pocketFrom: leo schmit <leoschmit@yahoo.com>Peter, > US Embassy pressed Ukraine to drop probe > of George Soros group during 2016 electionThanks for this post. It reminded me of a piece I saw some years ago. I found it back on my external hard drive (properly backed up).This is about Soros's 'grip' on the EU Parliament, where has appr. 1/4 of all MP's in the pocket.https://legacy.gscdn.nl/archives/images/soroskooptbrussel.pdf"This mapping provides the Open Society European Policy Institute and the Open Society network intelligence on Members of the 8th European Parliament likely to support Open Society values during the 2014–2019 legislature. It spans 11 committees and 26 delegations, as well as the European Parliament’s highest decisionmaking bodies: 226 MEPs who are proven or likely Open Society allies."(3) Giuliani says US diplomats were doing the bidding of George Soros in Ukrainehttps://www.theblaze.com/news/giuliani-says-soros-behind-ukrainian-schemeNOVEMBER 20, 2019Rudy Giuliani says US diplomats were doing the bidding of George Soros in Ukraine, in interview with Glenn BeckGiuliani also says he knows Ukrainian prosecutors who can back his claims.CARLOS GARCIARudy Giuliani told Glenn Beck during an exclusive interview that U.S. diplomats were doing the bidding of billionaire philanthropist George Soros in Ukraine in a "massive pay-for-play" scheme that included falsifying evidence against President Donald Trump.Giuliani, the president's personal attorney, spoke to Beck on his program Wednesday about the claims being made against him by Democrats in their ongoing impeachment inquiry."The anti-corruption bureau is a contradiction," said Giuliani about the bureau set up in Ukraine to root out corruption."They took all the corruption cases away from the prosecutor general, they gave it to the anti-corruption bureau, and they got rid of all the cases that offended Soros, and they included all the cases against Soros' enemies," he explained."One of the first cases they dismissed was a case in which his NGO, AntAC, was supposed to have embezzled a lot of money, but not only that, collected dirty information on Republicans to be transmitted, gotten by Ukrainians, to be transmitted to this woman Alexandra Chalupa and other people who worked for the Democratic National Committee," Giuliani continued."The first case that [former prosecutor Yuri] Lutsenko tanked was that case at the request of the ambassador," he added.Elsewhere in the interview, Giuliani described his reaction when he discovered the Ukrainian collusion that undermined the accusations of the Democrats made against the president."Hallelujah! I now have what a defense lawyer always wants: I can go prove somebody else committed this crime!" Giuliani said.Giuliani explained to Beck that he had gone to Ukraine seeking exculpatory evidence, that which would exonerate his client, the president, in the special counsel Robert Mueller investigation.When Giuliani was asked directly about the identity of the whistleblower, he said that he could not speak about the matter publicly, and could not indicate if he knew the identity or not. He also claimed that there were several prosecutors in Ukraine currently who were willing to testify about the collusion, but they were being blocked by the U.S. State Department. When prompted by Beck, he said he would provide for him the names of those individuals off air."The case is a massive pay-for-play multimillion-dollar scheme, and it is an absolute travesty of justice," Giuliani said. Here's the video of the interview with Rudy Giuliani:(4) Graham seeking Transcripts of Biden Phone Calls with Ukraine Leaderhttps://www.theepochtimes.com/graham-says-he-is-seeking-transcripts-of-biden-phone-calls-with-ukraine-leader_3153066.htmlGraham Says He Is Seeking Transcripts of Biden Phone Calls With Ukraine LeaderBY JANITA KANNovember 21, 2019 Updated: November 21, 2019Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said he was trying to obtain transcripts of phone calls between Vice President Joe Biden and then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko from about a month before the firing of a top Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating the head of the natural gas company Burisma Holdings.The South Carolina senator told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Nov. 20 that he plans to send a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo requesting the transcripts or other records of conversations between Biden and Poroshenko in February 2016."I want to know if there’s any transcript or readouts of the phone calls between the vice president and the president of the Ukraine in February after the raid on the gas company president’s house," Graham said."After this raid, Hunter Biden kicks in. Hunter Biden’s business partner meets with [then-Secretary of State] John Kerry, and Vice President Biden on three occasions makes a phone call to the president of Ukraine and goes over there in March and they fire the guy, and this is the same man that the ambassador wanted to be investigated in 2015."President Donald Trump and his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani have repeatedly raised concerns about Biden’s alleged dealings with Ukraine. During the 2018 Council of Foreign Relations Discussion meeting, Biden bragged about successfully forcing Poroshenko in 2016 to terminate their top prosecutor Viktor Shokin by withholding $1 billion in U.S. aid to the troubled country.Shokin was in charge of investigating Burisma Holdings’ owner Mykola Zlochevsky at the time that Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, held a lucrative board position in the company.The Hill reported in April that U.S. banking records indicated Hunter’s American-based firm, Rosemont Seneca Partners LLC, received regular transfers from Burisma from spring 2014 through fall 2015, typically amounting to more than $166,000 a month. The period in question is when the elder Biden was the U.S. official dealing with Ukraine.Graham told Hannity that he found it "odd" that instead of praising Shokin for going after Zlochevsky—who was described as the "dirtiest guy in the Ukraine" by then-U.S. ambassador to Ukraine—Shokin was instead fired from his role."Did it have anything to do with the fact that Hunter Biden was on his board?" Graham asked.Trump’s efforts to get Ukraine to look into the Bidens regarding their dealings in the country are at the center of the Democrat-run impeachment inquiry. During a call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on July 25, Trump asked Zelensky to look into Crowdstrike, a firm that investigated a breach into the Democratic National Committee’s computer systems, and allegations of corruption by Joe Biden.House Democrats have accused the president of leveraging his office and withholding U.S. aid to Ukraine to obtain "dirt" on a political opponent in an attempt to boost his reelection chances. But Trump has defended his request for Ukraine’s assistance to look into Biden’s dealings, saying that it was intended to investigate the alleged corruption. A transcript of the July 25 call, released by the White House, shows that there was no apparent pressure or quid pro quo by Trump on the call.Tom Ozimek contributed to this report.Follow Janita on Twitter: @janitakan(5) Assange: I am counting on you to continue my work and save my lifeFrom: Sadanand, Nanjundiah (Physics and Engineering Physics) [mailto:sadanand@ccsu.edu]To:Sent: Thu, 21 Nov 2019 16:39:15 +0000Subject:A new book offers a sweeping defense of the controversial Wikileaks publisher.MICHAEL STEVEN SMITHNov 19, 2019,https://indypendent.org/2019/11/the-trials-of-julian-assange/Whistle-blowing, truth-telling journalist and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange now sits in solitary confinement in London's infamous Belmarsh prison. The Trump administration has asked that he be extradited to Virginia for trial as a spy.The just-published book In Defense of Julian Assange ( OR Books, 2019) demonstrates convincingly that what is at stake in his upcoming trial is the future of free journalism, here and abroad. It is edited by British socialist scholar and writer Tariq Ali and civil rights attorney Margaret Kunstler.Assange is an Australian citizen. He never set foot in the United States. He never published untruthful materials. Yet the Trump administration wants to reach across the ocean, have him extradited to the United States, try him and put him in solitary in a maximum-security prison for the rest of his life. If the government can get away with this, it will have established a precedent that could lead to the destruction of free journalism. It is the most significant challenge to a free press in our lifetimes.Assange faces a 175-year sentence under the century-old Espionage Act, passed during World War I to be used against spies. He is charged with conspiring with Chelsea Manning to publish the Iraq War Logs, the Afghanistan War Logs, and State Department cables that embarrassed U.S. diplomats around the world and helped spark a 2011 revolt in Tunisia that was the beginning of the Arab Spring.Former CIA director and current Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has called WikiLeaks a "non-state intelligence service." Hillary Clinton wanted Assange assassinated by drone. The United Nations special rapporteur on torture Nils Melzer recently visited him in prison and concluded that he was being tortured. When he last appeared in court, he was incoherent and couldn't remember his name or date of birth.Julian Assange is not getting the support he needs. Too many progressive-minded people have been taken in by government propaganda about him.  He detests Hillary Clinton, but many people think he supported Trump in the last election. In truth, Assange said it's "a choice between cholera and gonorrhea." He insists he did not collaborate with Russia to help Trump and rape charges against him in Sweden have been dropped by the prosecutor in that case.The great human rights attorney and president of the Center for Constitutional Rights Michael Ratner represented Assange, who was his last client. Michael died in 2016. Heidi Boghosian, myself and Michael used to record our WBAI radio show Law And Disorder in the ante-room outside of Michael's office in the basement of his home in the Village. Assange would often call. Michael had a secure encrypted telephone installed to speak with Assange who had received political asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.We knew what the United States would do if it got its hands on him. Michael wrote at the time that "if there is one take away from the shared experience in truth-telling and courage, it is a note of extreme caution: never doubt the mendacity and cruelty of the state. It will make pariahs and outcasts of those who will someday be recognized as heroes."The United States claims the right to snatch Assange up in England and drag him into court in the Eastern District of Virginia where the evidence he needs to use in his defense will be barred and where the bar for conviction is low.Three years after the Bush administration commenced the illegal, catastrophic war against Iraq, Assange launched WikiLeaks in 2006. A computer genius, Assange devised a way for publishers to receive leaked materials anonymously. That year, he published his first bombshell, a shocking video obtained from whistleblower Chelsea Manning who was then in the military.The video showed U.S. soldiers in a helicopter committing a war crime, gunning down and executing almost a dozen unarmed Iraqi civilians in the streets of Baghdad, including several children and two Reuters journalists. The soldiers can be heard chuckling about it. A photo of the murders is shown on In Defense's cover.The video, which offered an unvarnished glimpse into the casual brutality and racism of the U.S. occupation of Iraq, made headlines around the world, much to the chagrin of U.S. leaders. More embarrassing leaks followed, and the government undertook a years-long campaign to close down WikiLeaks.It has successfully poisoned a lot of people's minds against Assange, first smearing him as a rapist and then a Trump supporter responsible for Hillary Clinton's defeat. The editors write of a decade-long character assassination campaign: "The US espionage indictment against Assange shows that he has been the victim of psychological operation warfare - rumor, dis-information, and false news - designed to destroy his reputation and defame his character."The people at the helm of the U.S. disinformation and propaganda machine figured character assassination is just as effective as a bullet to the back of the head. The smears against him are blown out of the water in this book.In Defense is being published by OR Books at the initiative of its co-founder and editor Colin Robinson and with the support of the Courage Foundation. It consists of a powerful introduction by the editors followed by 38 essays, many of them commissioned for the book.Some of the authors - Noam Chomsky, Chris Hedges, Matt Taibbi - are well known and all are knowledgeable. Jen Robinson the London human rights barrister is currently Julian's attorney. She contributes an essay. So does Ai Weiwei, the internationally-acclaimed Chinese contemporary artist, activist and dissident, who visited Julian in prison, and Margaret Kimberly, an editor and senior columnist at Black Agenda Report.The editors wisely chose to include the indictment of Julian Assange. Reading it is chilling. The 18-count indictment includes conspiracy to receive national defense information, obtaining national defense information, disclosure of national defense information, and computer intrusion. None of it has anything to do with Sweden, rape charges or the last U.S. election.Until now it has been legal for a publisher to publish truthful information no matter how she or he got it. (Chelsea Manning sits in jail as of this writing because she will not give further testimony to a grand jury on the subject. She had previously served seven years in prison after pleading guilty to furnishing materials to WikiLeaks.) That was the precedent set in 1971 in the famous New York Times case when Daniel Ellsberg gave the Pentagon papers to the newspaper and they published it showing the criminality of the war in Vietnam. Attorney Jim Goodale was the chief attorney for the Times back then. He is a vigorous supporter of Assange.Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has promised he would deny the U.S. request for Assange's extradition if elected prime minister on Dec. 12. His shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott said in Parliament on the day of Assange's arrest that it was his "whistle-blowing activity [against] illegal wars, mass murder, murder of civilians and corruption on a grand scale that has put Julian Assange in the crosshairs of the U.S. administration."In a letter from his highly restrictive confinement in Belmarsh Prison, Assange wrote on May 13, 2019: "I am unbroken, albeit literally surrounded by murderers, but the days when I could read and speak and organize to defend myself, my ideals and my people are over until I am free! Everyone else must take my place. I am defenseless and I am counting on you and others of good character to save my life... Truth, ultimately, is all we have."Get the book. Spread the word. Free Julian.