Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 19, 2016
From Webster’s Seventh Collegiate Dictionary 1971 Edition. A well worn gift from the recently deceased Jeanne O.
1. to take the property of another
1b. to take away by force or unjust means
Sounds like taxes to me, I like this definition of taxes
The fine you pay for the crime of being useful and productive.
Taxpayers roughly follow Pareto’s law (no matter what low information protestors and lying politicians say)– the top 20% do 80% of the work. If you belong to a club you have likely experienced Pareto’s law.
Americans Earning Six Figures or More Pay Nearly 80% of Individual Income Taxes
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Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Israel, NATO, Pareto's law, Taxes | 1 Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 12, 2016
Several 9/11 report viewers have as close as they can to saying Saudi Arabia financed the operation without landing in jail. This is years old news.
Let’s just get this announcement over with so CBS can announce the “news” to the multitudes who haven’t been paying attention. Hopefully the media will have the courtesy to provide a map showing where SA is located for their low information viewers. Sorry if I repeat myself. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 28 missing pages, 9/11 report, Israel, Saudi Arabia | 1 Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 9, 2016
The word is the infamous locked Apple Iphone was cracked for the FBI by Cellebrite, an Israeli company. If anyone knows about snooping into phones and phone calls it is the Israelis.
Amdocs is the world leader in cell phone billing and the implication is they can record meta data if not actual speech or text anytime, anywhere.
Then there is Comverse (by Philip Giraldi):
Comverse Infosys, which dissolved in 2013 after charges of conspiracy, fraud, money laundering and making false filings, provided wiretapping equipment to law enforcement throughout the United States. Because equipment used to tap phones for law enforcement is integrated into the networks that phone companies operate, it cannot be detected.
In this video, yanked by Fox News soon after it was aired, Carl Cameron will tell you:
Israel is the most aggressive of the “friendly” nations that spy on us. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: AMDOCS, Apple IPhone, Cellebrite, Comverse Infosys, FBI, Israel | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 29, 2016
There are 350,000 troops gathered in Saudi Arabia for ‘war games’. There are 18,000 Turkish troops gathered in Turkey. Both near the Syrian border.
Saudi Arabia says they intend to invade Syria. Ash Carter is non-committal about about whether the US will send US soldiers to their death for Saudi Arabia (and Israel).
Russia says they would consider tactical nukes in Turkey. What about SA?
Joachim Hagopianin in the linked article suggests there may be a US master plan. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Israel, Putin, Russia, Saudi Arabia, tactical nukes, Turkey, World War III | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on November 20, 2015
Jonathan Pollard is being paroled. It is part of the deal and there is little we can do about it.
Not that Israel will settle for parole. They want him back. Israel has streets named after Pollard. He is their hero.
It is true that that the US was withholding information that may have benefited Israel’s security. But Pollard handed over much more than that. He sent intelligence data that compromised US agents, communications and US/Soviet Union attack strategies. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Israel, Jonathan Pollard, Seymour Hersch, Soviet Union | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 7, 2014
Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post suggests we should release Jonathan Pollard, the Israeli spy.
Her arguments leave something to be desired.
Marcus says we release/trade spies all the time. She says Pollard is due for parole review in 2015 and if justice has been served then he should be released, all extraneous issues aside. Maybe so, I will leave that to the conscience of government lawyers.
Marcus’ arguments go downhill from there.
He spied for an ally, not an enemy. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on December 7, 2013
I never was in the military. My draft lottery numbers were always good. I didn’t want to die in a snake infested rice paddy or in a tiger cage. My dad was in the Army Air Force during the so-called good war. The Air Force is probably where I would have gone if pressed. Cheap private pilot lessons!
My dad enlisted because his number was coming up. Why do people join today?
A sense of duty, not yet knowing their life plan, a job, free stuff thanks to the GI bill? I am sure there are many reasons.
But whom do today’s GIs serve? Whom are they really protecting? Do most know? I doubt it. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: empire building, Israel, Military Industrial Complex, Saudi Arabia, Smedley Butler | 1 Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on May 28, 2013
Memorial day reminds me our brave soldiers are not meant to be dying for AIPAC controlled foreign policy and oil pipelines to the Caspian Sea.
I don’t know about you but I grew weary of Americans dying for Israel and Halliburton some time ago. One of my favorite historians explains how it all started here.
Current troubles in the Middle East things began during and immediately after WWI. Lies and secret treaties by the West and Russia caused people and countries to be thrown into unnatural marriages that could only be held together by harsh rule and cruel dictators. Our Arab allies were led down the garden path with promises of land for their help. They got stiffed for their trouble. Creating a home for the future state of Israel was a large part of the program. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 12, 2012
Anyone that pays attention has noticed the familiarity of the cries. Iraq has this and will do that. Just substitute Iran. Our own national intelligence estimates and the IAEA say Iran has abandoned the nuke arms race 11 years ago. Iran is a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. They are subject inspection. Israeli does not admit to being a nuclear power, has not signed the NNPT and allows no inspection. Israel is the nuclear threat. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 7, 2012
I agree with Robert Cogan’s recent Erie Times letter arguing that an attack on Iran is not in our interest. I say it is hardly necessary by anyone. Another ineptly conceived and implemented war and the resulting sky rocketing oil prices won’t do us any good. One can read where the 2007 National Intelligence Estimates and the CIA say Iran stopped any nuclear weapon research 10 years ago. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Israel First | Tagged: AIPAC, Benjamin Netanyahu, Iran, Israel, Israel firster, Lieberman, McCain, Military Industrial Complex, Obama, Pakistan-India, William Kristol | 1 Comment »